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What is the Global Common Law Court?

The GCLC is a court built on the biblical foundation, which is the law of nature. It is also called Lex Naturalis.

Common law courts were a long time in existence, when the courts we are familiar with were not even thought about.

The bulk of all laws derives from biblical laws. However, the so called lawmakers try to deviate and replace many laws by statues for purely commercial reasons. The lawmakers in recent times try to disregard the Lex Naturalis and use the nescience and contract law to deceive the common people into thinking that all is morally right. This constitutes rape (taking someone’s innocence [or naturalness] without their consent).

Judges and lawyer are members of the bar association, which clearly is a conflict of interest. The judge will always make its ruling in the interest of the bar association, which has an interest in the world of banking.

In order to be able to do the business the banks perform, it is necessary to remove the biblical foundation. The banks entire existence is contrary to the biblical principles:

You must not make your brother pay interest, whether interest on money, on food, or on anything on which interest may be charged. (Deuteronomy 23:19)

In order to avoid the biblical foundation the banks use courts and other institutions to make their own trade agreements, which they then sell to us as laws.

And the stage actor that is needed is the judge. The judge performs his/her act on behalf of the bar association. And us, who are not part of their institution pays the bill as a spectator.

Therefore, the Common law court is needed.

How does the common law court work?

The foundation is the procedure set out in Matthew 18:15-17 and the laws are stated in Matthew 22:37-40.

The procedure in Matthew 18:15-17 is divided into three steps in order to reach an agreement and/or settlement:

The first step is:

Moreover, if your brother commits a sin, go and reveal his fault between you and him alone.

Every member of the Common law recommends and urges either or both parties involved in a dispute to settle it between them before any court can be taken because the scriptural arrangement want a settlement in an amicable way:

If he listens to you, you have gained your brother.

If this is not possible, because one or both parties will not come to an agreement then the second step will be taken:

But if he does not listen, take along with you one or two more, so that on the testimony of two or three witnesses every matter may be established.

This is the step, where the court comes in. The court will mediate, which is the first duty of the court. The court will do its best to help settle the matter by helping the parties to settle on even grounds.

If the case arises that the mediation is not bearing any fruits then the third and final step is taken:

If he does not listen to them, speak to the congregation.

This is the moment where the court will take on the case if one party or both parties wishes to do so.

The court must base its decisions on the two laws in Matthew 22:37-40:

You must love Jah your God with your whole heart and with your whole soul and with your whole mind. This is the greatest and first commandment.

The second, like it, is this: ‘You must love your neighbour as yourself.

On these two commandments the whole Law hangs.

Violating the law of love is equal to committing the only two crimes anyone can commit:

Harm and Loss.

Doing harm and loss is what the 10 commandments wants us to stay clear off.

In order to establish, what harm and loss is the jury of a minimum of 12 plus 1 members will listen to the case and find whether the accused has done harm and/or loss. The judge first, but also all other members in the court have to make sure that all parties understand the case and the language and has to make sure that all biblical principles are followed.

Once the verdict is announced unanimously by the jury the court has taken notice that the people have spoken.

The judge has the responsibility to make sure that the damaged party will be duly compensated for the harm and loss done and/or caused by wrongdoer. This will be first out of the wrongdoer’s estate.

Although the Common Law Court does not want to give prison sentences it is inevitable in some instances. As the court does not want to be abused by members of society it will give prison sentences where necessary.

Due to the fact that Common Law is based on the bible principles it is the highest law on earth and when the jury unanimously comes to a verdict, the verdict is final.