posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 03:42 AM
reply to post by Thunderheart
And a serious answer. No it does not bother us for the simple reason that it is not valid.
Tjat law was cited from the C12th, As it has been noted earlier the monarchy was overthrown in the UK during the civil war.
And was only restored on the point that the monarchy is a figure head, as no one was willing to take the post head of state. Even when Cromwell was
offered the post he refused. Therefore it does not need repealing now as it is superseded by legislative law, under the governance of the houses of
Should such things still be in force, I would be required to practice each day for 3 hours with my Longbow, and shoot any Welshman found inside the
walls of Chester after the stroke of midnight.
It seems that we British have something that our American cousins here seem to be lacking.
Logical Rationalisation and commonsense.
By the way If you want to get upset about the property of the British Crown, you had better look into your own history, on what was to be paid to the
King of England by the colonies, and what was agreed after the cessation (yes CESSATION) of hostilities after our spat in the C18th, and just what was
actually agreed to by your, forefathers, i.e. English traitors every one.