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1 minute ago, manxman1980 said:

It means they have been conned into believing all the "freeman" and "sovereign citizen" bullshit and have probably paid money to someone to register themselves as such (despite it seeming contradictory to their beliefs).

Complete tosspot would be a better description

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There will no doubt now follow contemptuous and scathing comments about those interested in common law. However, those aware of the momentum building within this movement, and the gravitas behind some of the key players, understand it is becoming a force to be reckoned with. Maybe not just yet, but ultimately it is the will of the people that will decide where the law, and society, goes next, not those currently leading it. Nor those who are presently comfortable in their gowns and wigs.
 
My mundane life includes the privilege of a long-standing friendship with the man interviewed below - easily one of the wisest I have encountered. I have learned - profitably - to listen carefully to what he says. He, and many others, believe we are now at a turning point in our civilisation, and that it is unlikely to look as it does now for too much longer:
 
 
The most noticeable aspect of this forum is its' negativity. Some is abusive and, being frank, bullying. It is not an attractive place. I am fairly sure few if any of the contributors conduct themselves as they do here, in their everyday lives. Kindness is not over-rated.
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Common law muppets would get more sympathy if they tried it on for some cool crime like robbing a bank. But they don't, its always some shite like trying to avoid paying car insurance, or tax, or child support. 

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11 minutes ago, New Broom said:
The most noticeable aspect of this forum is its' negativity. Some is abusive and, being frank, bullying. It is not an attractive place. I am fairly sure few if any of the contributors conduct themselves as they do here, in their everyday lives. Kindness is not over-rated.

Other forums are available

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42 minutes ago, New Broom said:
The most noticeable aspect of this forum is its' negativity... Kindness is not over-rated.

You forgot to mention the grammar Nazis.

May I kindly point out that there's no apostrophe in the possessive its, let alone at the end of it?

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2 hours ago, Augustus said:

"Common Law Court listed nutritionist". What does that even mean?

Anyone can call themselves a 'nutritionist', it's not a protected term in the UK, unlike dietitian.  However Allanson does call herself a "Registered Dietitian and Clinical Nutritionist".   She may try to qualify this with saying the business is registered with this 'Common Law Court' malarkey, but just saying you are a 'dietitian' required current registration and she doesn't have that.

She does also claim:

I was a full member of the BDA, (The Association of UK Dietitians). BDA Membership number: 2791. I was registered with the Health & Care Professions Council: Registration number: DT03980. I carry full professional insurance and am qualified to advise on ANY aspects of nutrition and dietetic care. Now swapped to Common Law Court Registration instead.

But you need current registration to use a protected term and given that they seem to decide to go after unregistered osteopaths (in this case maybe the common law nonsense applies as well), she could find herself up before the common-or-garden courts some time soon.

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12 minutes ago, Roger Mexico said:

Anyone can call themselves a 'nutritionist', it's not a protected term in the UK, unlike dietitian.

She's no better than "holistic nutritionist" (and definitely NOT a "Doctor") Gillian McKeith. I might send her a few bags of poop through the post, some of which may or may not be human, and see what she can deduce from that.

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I would like these advocates of common law to say whether they send their children to state schools, pay NI and tax, collect child allowance, are in receipt of any state benefit, use the health service, vote in elections, pay rates, register their ownership of land, or avail themselves of any other public service.  

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6 minutes ago, Gladys said:

I would like these advocates of common law to say whether they send their children to state schools, pay NI and tax, collect child allowance, are in receipt of any state benefit, use the health service, vote in elections, pay rates, register their ownership of land, or avail themselves of any other public service.  

I know what I'D like to say to them, although I'm pretty sure it's against the Malicious Communications Act, as well as whatever passes for the law in their tiny, obdurate minds.

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2 hours ago, manxman1980 said:

"Compassion for the conned, contempt for conman"

The question is which is which I suppose.  With some people you can't hope noting that these pseudo-courts always seem to decide things very conveniently for them, whether it's that you don't need to pay tax or own property that someone else has a claim over.  When ignoring the conventional courts  results in something that might inconvenience you (such as put you in prison), it magically turns out to be OK to recognise them after all.

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1 hour ago, Sheldon said:

. I might send her a few bags of poop through the post, some of which may or may not be human, and see what she can deduce from that.

i've deduced you're  daft twat.

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