Peter Linebaugh: Who Owns the Commons? An 800 Year Fight for Public Goods | #GRITtv

Published on Jan 6, 2015
Thanks to S. 

This year marks the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, and this weeks show marks that occasion with a discussion on the rights of the commons with author Peter Linebaugh. We also visit a community center in Caracas, and hear from youth voices about life and revolution in Venezuela.

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One Response to Peter Linebaugh: Who Owns the Commons? An 800 Year Fight for Public Goods | #GRITtv

  1. WJ says:

    The Magna Carta 1215 (re-enacted 42 x), the Statute of Monopolies 1623, the Petition of Right 1628, the Habeous Corpus Act 1640, The Molmutine Laws all merely codified the Law of Nature which provided the children of Our Creator, Almighty God, with inviolable natural birthrights. These were not rights granted by any parliament or temporal Sovereign. Hence no government or parliament could legally remove these natural rights. It must also be remembered that the Coronation Oaths Act 1688 mandated that the temporal king upheld the Laws of God which are the Laws of Nature. Any breach of the oath would be a breach of the covenant and would see the king abdicate according to law. But post the beheading of Charles ! by the treasonous Oliver Cromwell the kings of England were appointed by the parliament and no longer by Our Creator. The king became just a puppet with the parliament as its master controlled out of Rome.

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