John Lock – Locked-On Channel

I’m producing an ongoing video series featuring the very articulate Mr John Lock covering in-depth the important issue of Article 61. The series features on our blog and is available on a number of social media platforms.

Below is John’s introduction that provides a comprehensive overview of what it is, how it came into being while highlighting it’s inestimable importance at this pivotal time in history.

Article 61

Article 61 of the 1215 Magna Carta enables lawful extrication from the treasonous (genocidal) rule of unlawful governments and the illegal demands of alleged agents of the Crown. To fully understand this important item we need to realize that traitors, when they seize control of a nation, invariably strive to conceal the chain of events that led to their usurpation of power. This is because if the facts were known to the victims of their crimes, (namely humanity) repercussions, and appropriate punishments would follow. Thus, we find that such regimes rewrite history to ensure it’s no longer part of the educational syllabi of their fiefdoms. The fact that history in general has ceased to be part of the curriculum in many western nations, with the history of law or the understanding of civics being ominous omissions, should arouse suspicion among citizens concerned with the security of their Constitutional rights.

Currently in Australia, many don’t know there’s a written Constitution, or if they are vaguely aware of it. They have scant notion of what it contains or how it is supposed to operate. More people are aware of the Constitution now than in February 2020, but the general level of knowledge on this subject remains pitifully low. If we are to redress the parlous state of Australian polity, this dense fog of ignorance must be dispersed because “Those who don’t know their rights, have none’. So, we each need to obtain an understanding of the history of our legal system and laws. This is a vast and intricate subject, but following are some basic facts.

First, as part of the British Commonwealth, all such countries, including Australia, exist under the umbrella of the British Constitution. Many people are under the misapprehension that there is no such thing, especially in the context of comparison with the American Constitution, but this isn’t so. The British Constitution is indeed a written one, comprising several documents accumulated over many centuries. The concept begins with what is frequently referred to as the Common Law, which evolved over time and was codified to a significant extent by King Alfred the Great (848-899), who remains to this day the only English monarch to receive the “Great” appellation. There are only 4 basics to this system, which, referring to the video ‘Take a stand’, is a good indication, according to Marcus Aurelius, that a community under such a system would likely experience little corruption.

These four pillars are: Do no harm – Cause no loss – Commit no fraud – Keep the peace. It’s not hard to imagine a society comprising people who adhered to these principles being one where most people would be happy to live. Everyone living under such a regime would enjoy the same human rights and would respect those of others and expect reciprocation of that respect. However, at that time it was an almost universal practice for countries to have a King, or Emperor and there would be continual conflicts arising out of the question of how far the king could go in breaching one or more of the foregoing tenets, in dealings with their subjects. In 1215, England was unfortunate in being saddled with a king who was not only a wastrel, but so incompetent at retaining the holdings he had inherited that he came to be nicknamed John Lackland, having lost vast tracts of estates in France. His impecunious ways led to his taxing of his subjects becoming so oppressive that the aristocracy of nobles, on whom all kings must rely for support, and who in return are supposed to receive their fair share of the booty, were moved to rebel. These barons forced King John to the negotiating table at Runnymede in 1215, where he had to seal the Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter), a document which delineated the conditions under which future kings, nobles, and the people had to interact.

This Charter was a treaty, not an act of Parliament (which did not exist at that time as we know it today), so it’s incapable of repeal. Attempts were made to nullify it in 1216, after John’s untimely death, while his son and heir was still a minor, and it was rewritten by the Parliament of 1297, but these efforts proved abortive, because as a treaty establishing the basis of the Constitution, it could only be amended with the consent of all the participants, which included the people, and this was never done. Thus, Article 61 still exists today, as a security clause, designed to protect the people from any abuse of their rights or treason by the monarch or their appointed agents. So, what does Article 61 say? It states, in essence, that as a security to ensure that the Crown abides by the agreement, the barons may select a committee of twenty-five of their number, four of whom may be chosen to bring before the Crown any serious breach of the Charter. The Crown is allowed forty days to redress these issues. However, if it does not, the four barons may refer that matter to the Committee of the Twenty-five, who are then authorized, together with ‘the community of the whole realm’, to ‘distrain and distress the Crown in all possible ways, namely, by seizing our castles, lands, possessions, and in any other way they can, until redress has been obtained as they deem fit, saving harmless our own person, and the persons of our queen and children; and when redress has been obtained, they shall resume their old relations towards us.’ Further, it allows anyone in the country who desires it, to swear to obey the orders of the barons, and join with them in molesting the Crown in the manners specified, without being forbidden to so swear. And any who are unwilling to so swear, shall be attempted to be persuaded to join those who do swear, by the Crown themselves.

A further provision was made that if any of the twenty-five barons should die or be incapacitated in any way, that the remaining barons may choose another to be in that person’s place. Thus, we can see that this is not only onerous but an ongoing obligation, technically existing in perpetuity. It’s not surprising that succeeding monarchs have attempted to wrestle out from under it, and as stated, attempts have been made to nullify not only Article 61, but numerous other portions of the Magna Carta. When the Committee of Barons petitioned the Queen to invoke Article 61, with the evidence of treason so transparent, she could, if Magna Carta 1215 had no longer been in effect, or if it had been abolished or repealed as the treasonous Parliaments have often claimed, refused to act, or declared it null and void. She did neither. Neither did she withhold the Royal Assent to the Bill permitting the signing of the Treaty of Nice, as she had been petitioned. Because her answer to the Barons’ petition regarding this legislation was ineffectual and did nothing to redress the treason, the Barons had no alternative other than to have Article 61 invoked, on the 23rd of March 2001, which is the situation as it stands today. Every citizen is therefore duty bound to join the Barons in causing distraint and distress to the Crown, until such time as the treason is redressed. This is not a rebellion against the authority of the government; it is a rebellion against its LACK of authority. Because of unremitting treason by succeeding governments, Queen Elizabeth 11 was usurped into an untenable position by the Parliamentarians and the Committee of Barons. Over the centuries, many acts of treason have been carried out by British monarchs, the list of which has been compiled by David Robinson amongst others. This process has only accelerated during the last century, with virtually every British government since World War Two enacting treasonous legislation specifically designed to dissipate or transfer British Sovereignty to foreign powers or entities, particularly of course the EEC, then the EU and of course the UN and such organizations as the WHO, WEF, and so on. Please contact for further information.

These are all acts of High Treason since such transfers are only ever permissible if the country has been defeated in battle or war. That is British Constitutional law. Other Commonwealth countries, such as Australia of course, endure similar abuses, and these have been accelerating also. The process further advanced with the Whitlam government in 1973, signing up to the agendas of various overseas entities, inventing the fictitious “Queen of Australia”, and virtually all succeeding governments have followed suit, on more than one occasion changing the Constitution without the required referendum of the people, a blatantly treasonous act. A process is underway even as we speak, purporting to bring almost all national governments under the auspices of the UN, as part of the New World Order. Past and present Australian governments are top echelon offenders in this despicable treason against the people, who have every right to reject utterly these decisions made against our will and without consultation, in flagrant disregard for our own Constitution. Because the corruption has spread like a cancer into every organ of our polity, the legislature, the judiciary, the police services, our education system etc., it’s futile to appeal to our legal system or Court system where authentic redress is blocked. But thanks to the work of David Robinson, who spent some 20 years researching this topic, which the British and other Commonwealth governments have striven to conceal from public knowledge, we can gain an individual reprieve and release from these traitorous regimes and organs of State. Details of how to do this are not the purpose of this article because it’s a process requiring skilled guidance, but which affords one the sense of freedom and integrity inherent among those prepared to stand for the right.

David Robinson founded a group known as Practical Lawful Dissent, which operates today in many Commonwealth countries, including Australia. Robinson enjoyed unparalleled success in resisting and rebutting illegal or unlawful demands placed upon him and his associates by alleged agents of the Crown, without ever having to step into Court. If you want to know more about how to do this, which now that you are aware of it, is a lawful duty binding upon you (if you are a Commonwealth citizen), contact the Practical Lawful Dissent group in your area, and learn how to start dismantling these treasonously illegitimate governments, step by step, person by person.