The Tragedy and Treason of the 1689 'Bill of Rights' - by Kenn d'Oudney

In order to come to an appreciation of the ways in which the Bill of Rights is constitutionally repugnant and void, it is first necessary to know and understand the purpose and workings of those supreme, indispensable definitive elements of the English (cf. British) Common Law Constitution which the Bill contravenes. These contents are itemised below, and the specific infringements by the Bill are explained in the text which follows.

1. The Bill of Rights Contravenes Common Law (the 1215 Great Charter’s) Stipulations on Equal Justice.
2. The Coronation Compact: Usurpation (treason) by “The Estates” and modern Parliaments.