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Keep Asking: “When did The Crown get ownership?”


The North Will Rise Again.

From: http://www.forvik.com/

The Simple Question: When did Shetland become part of Scotland? – and what it means to you,  wherever you are.

The intent of this website is entirely serious, but there’s no harm in having a little fun along the way.

There’s lots of bad stuff going on – and getting worse as the Powers That Were slowly lose their grip. This site is not interested in breaking the existing system – it’s already broken and doesn’t need our help to finally collapse. In Forvik we’re setting up a society run by rules that people want to live by. Members from all over the world are contributing to what will provide a model by which societies worldwide can work. This is just the beginning, but watch what can be achieved in 12 months time.

Forvik is Shetland in microcosm. Shetland’s unique history gives it the opportunity to challenge big government and Forvik is leading the way.

The whole of the UK government’s authority in Shetland rests on the assumption that Shetland is part of Scotland. My research since 2002 into Shetland’s unique history leads me to the inescapable conclusion that it never happened – and that it could never have happened.

If I am right (and so far, nobody has proved me wrong), the implications are simply huge.

  • It means that the UK government never had the right to appropriate Shetland’s seabed and license oil companies to extract the oil.
  • It means they never had the authority to use Shetland’s fisheries as a bargaining chip to enter the EEC.
  • It means that Shetland has been subject to a massive fraud perpetrated at the highest level for hundreds of years.
  • It means that Shetland could not have been incorporated into the UK, let alone the EU.
  • It means that the people of Shetland have the right to decide what relationship they have with Scotland, The United Kingdom and The European Union.
  • It means that every Shetland land-owner stands above the Queen in Shetland.

See also: http://www.sovereignshetland.com/

 
 
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