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 The big battle on the internet, now its Henry Massingale VS. Mick West at Metabunk.org, it would seem to me Freedom of Speech or Freedom Of The Press is not welcomed at the Metabunk.org. And by the way Mr. Mick West, TTTG Networking, Toptentogo's News Network is a respected and noted Independent News Network !  Hello !

 The following was by Hank Jordan, at the Tea Party Command Center.

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 posted by, Mr. Massingale in reply to the subject matter,

 I noticed something about the Magna Carta, I can share the truth about this old parchment from 2015, several myths. First, it wasn’t effective. In fact, it was a failure. John was a weak king who had squandered the royal fortune on a fruitless war with France. Continually raising taxes to pay for his European adventures, he provoked a revolt by his barons, who forced him to sign the charter. But John repudiated the document immediately, and the barons sought to replace him. John avoided that fate by dying.

The next year, his young son reissued Magna Carta, without some of the clauses. It was reissued several times more in the 13th century — the 1297 version is the one on display in the National Archives and embodied in English law. But the original version hardly constrained the monarch.

  A second myth is that it was the first document of its type. Writing in 1908, Woodrow Wilson called it the beginning of constitutional government. But in fact, it was only one of many documents from the period, in England and elsewhere, codifying limitations on government power.
The Teaching of the Magna Carta as the Democratic Constitution Of America is wrong, and why only a Democratic Foundation leaving out a Republican
Foundation ?
The truth is, the Magna Carta was between the Barron's Of London England in a bitter dispute, and the use of the Magna Carta by Proxies stating it was embedded in and for the Declaration of Independence is incorrect.
The King of England considered the Declaration of Independence, a act of war against the Crown Of England. And the war went forward.
In the writings of the Magna Carta, there is not one word in reference to the United States Constitution.
The Magna Carta was a proclamation by the British Empire as the Sovereignty Of Authority over countries.
The Magna Carta of Islam is also rejected by the People of Islam.
The British Empire did not give America its Declaration of Independence

a War did !

nor did the Magna Carta give the United States of America our Constitution. Our Founding Fathers did.

But the twist of embedding is seen as a disrespect to the Founding Fathers of America.
How deep into this issue of the Magna Carta do you want to know...?

 Now Mr. Massingale just threaten the Metabunk.org

Mick West

Administrator Staff Member

by Mr. Massingale

The term Magna Carta was used, I can bring in our team here, to explain off topics about the Magna Carta.
This is just a web site, people have the right to know about the lie behind the Magna Carta. It all over the net.

then we has D here-

Landru

Landru

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Mr. Massingale replied....

I am sorry, did not know this, the video is by TTTG Networking, and was created by our network team.

Here is the video and Metabunk.org, run by Landru and Mick West

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Massingale Vs. Mick West at Metabunk.org, who will win, I put my money on Mr. Massingale hands down, and if Mr. Massingale orders it, we will shut that site down.

Boston Tea Party Greatest Political Bashing Against The Magna Carta

by Mrs. Tif Morgan

The Boston Tea Party Greatest Political Bashing Against The Magna Carta and The New York Times . It seem that our bashing against the Magna Carta being introduced in Palm Beach County Schools, has started others basing the lies of the elite, to educate our children with their agendas.

 New York Times

 MAGNA CARTA, on which King John placed his seal 800 years ago today, is synonymous in the English-speaking world with fundamental rights and the rule of law. It’s been celebrated, and appropriated, by everyone from some Tea Party members to Jay Z, who called his latest album “Magna Carta Holy Grail.”

 But its fame rests on several myths. First, it wasn’t effective. In fact, it was a failure. John was a weak king who had squandered the royal fortune on a fruitless war with France. Continually raising taxes to pay for his European adventures, he provoked a revolt by his barons, who forced him to sign the charter. But John repudiated the document immediately, and the barons sought to replace him. John avoided that fate by dying.

 The next year, his young son reissued Magna Carta, without some of the clauses. It was reissued several times more in the 13th century — the 1297 version is the one on display in the National Archives and embodied in English law. But the original version hardly constrained the monarch.

 A second myth is that it was the first document of its type. Writing in 1908, Woodrow Wilson called it the beginning of constitutional government. But in fact, it was only one of many documents from the period, in England and elsewhere, codifying limitations on government power.



 A third myth is that the document was a ringing endorsement of liberty. Even a cursory reading reveals a number of oddities. One clause prevents Jews from charging interest on a debt held by an underage heir. Another limits women’s ability to bear witness to certain homicides. A third requires the removal of fish traps from the Thames.

 Why, then, is Magna Carta so revered? The story begins in the early 17th century, when members of Parliament and the famous jurist Sir Edward Coke revived the document in their struggle with the Stuart monarchs. They argued that free Englishmen had enjoyed a set of rights and privileges until they were disrupted by the Norman Conquest of 1066. Magna Carta embodied these rights, so it was held up as a model of a glorious past and part of an “ancient constitution.”

 In reality, Magna Carta was a result of an intra-elite struggle, in which the nobles were chiefly concerned with their own privileges. When they referred to the judgment of one’s peers, for example, they were not thinking about a jury trial. Indeed, in 1215, the jury trial as we know it did not exist; guilt was often determined by seeing how suspects reacted to physical ordeal. The reference to one’s peers meant that nobles could not be tried by commoners, who might include judges appointed by the king.

 Throughout the tumultuous 17th century, Magna Carta was invoked by opponents of whoever was in power, leading Oliver Cromwell to famously refer to the document as “Magna Farta.” In the 18th century, parliamentary sovereignty replaced monarchical absolutism, but Magna Carta continued to be invoked by reformers, now focused on Parliament rather than the king.

 Through Coke’s treatises, Magna Carta traveled across the Atlantic. William Penn published an edition in 1687, and in the 17th century several colonies enacted Magna Carta as part of their law. With the Stamp Act of 1765, the imagery of a tyrannical government impinging on ancient rights proved useful to both John Adams and Benjamin Franklin, who invoked different provisions of Magna Carta in calling for repeal. The founding fathers thought they were drawing on the document in drafting the Constitution, for example, in the clause “due process of law” — though that phrase was added to Magna Carta in English law only in the 14th century.

 Since then, Americans have paid much more attention to the document than have the British. In his third Inaugural Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt cited the charter as embodying “democratic aspiration.” To win public support for America’s entry into the Second World War, Winston Churchill offered to give us an original copy, only to learn that it was not, in fact, owned by the British government. It was the American Bar Association, not the English, that in 1957 dedicated the Magna Carta monument at Runnymede, the field where the original was sealed. (The British, however, are making up for lost time this year with a hyped-up series of celebrations, including a visit by Queen Elizabeth II to the field today, and a merchandising blitz that includes a rubber duckie called Magna Quacka.)



 Magna Carta has everything going for it to be venerated in the United States: It is old, it is English and, because no one has actually read the text, it is easy to invoke to fit current needs. A century ago, Samuel Gompers referred to the Clayton Act as a Magna Carta for labor; more recently the National Environmental Policy Act has been called an “environmental Magna Carta.” Judges, too, cite Magna Carta with increasing frequency, in cases ranging from Paula Jones’s suit against Bill Clinton to the pleas of Guantánamo detainees. Tea Party websites regularly invoke it in the battle against Obamacare.

 Americans aren’t alone in revering Magna Carta. Mohandas K. Gandhi cited it in arguing for racial equality in South Africa. Nelson Mandela invoked it at the trial that sent him to prison for 27 years. We are not the only ones, it seems, willing to stretch old legal texts beyond their original meaning. Like the Holy Grail, the myth of Magna Carta seems to matter more than the reality.
Correction: June 19, 2015

 An Op-Ed essay on Monday misstated the name of an America law that was once called an “environmental Magna Carta.” It is the National Environmental Policy Act, not the National Environmental Protection Act.

 Tom Ginsburg is a professor of international law and political science at the University of Chicago.

 A version of this op-ed appears in print on June 15, 2015, on Page A19 of the New York edition with the headline: Stop Revering Magna Carta. Today's Paper|

https://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/15/opinion/stop-revering-magna-cart...

  After the Magna Carta | Mises Institute (The Rosetta Stone to the US Code: A New History of Taxation )

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09/06/2004Charles Adams

 Does liberty sow the seeds of its own destruction? Yes, by consenting to excessive taxes. Government will not want to give up the power. Taxes were to be only for common defense, not offensive wars.

The Writ of Assistance is important in American history because the threat of its use caused the founding fathers to place the Fourth Amendment in the Bill of Rights.

The Sugar Act treated every trader as a cheat. The Stamp Act drained money from the colonists and united them against Britain. The Boston Tea Party was not about taxes on tea. The protest was over American fears that a monopoly might be granted for tea. Throwing tea into the harbor was wanton destruction of private property.

The Articles of Confederation forbade congress from taxing. Rather than amending the Articles, The Constitution was then drafted to give government the power to tax. Theoretically, powers of the federal government were limited to a finite number. It took until 1830 for Americans to pay off the Revolutionary war debts. Hamilton put a tax on whiskey. That was an excise. The Whiskey Boys revolted against it. Then a land tax was attempted. The Fries Rebellion resulted.

Lecture 7 of 10 from Charles Adams' The Rosetta Stone to the US Code: A New History of Taxation.

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    The Tea Party in 2017 Against The Magna Carta

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