By Anna Von Reitz
I have just issued a short and scathing article explaining to everyone that the Norman Conquest happened.
I know it may be "Big News" to those who dropped out in the Sixth Grade, but if you are an actual "White Hat", then stop promoting self-interested British Bunko and remember basic historical facts.
King John was not "king" in Britain. That right was shared by all the Norman Barons who were the conquerors in 1066 and their progeny--- their great--great grandsons in the early 1200's when the whole issue of The Magna Carta and John's double-dealing with the Pope arose.
All John had was a title --- and a title is nothing more than a function of a trust, in this case, the Church's trust property in England at the time---the churches, monasteries, and other assets of the Roman Catholic Church, together with whatever "commonwealth" wasteland was given to the church's administration. It does not involve the rest of us then or now.