From Frank O'Collins' Blog
So what is the true Rule of Law
So what is the true Rule of Law? Well, the Bible has but one, only one verse that summarizes the Golden Rule as found in all other higher civilizations under Matthew 7:12 saying “Therefore all things whatsoever you would that men should do to you, do you even so to them: for this is the Law of the prophets”. In other words, the Rule of Law is “All law is equal that no one is above it”.
This is the same rule we find in the Ancient Egyptian text Tales of the Eloquent Servant from 1800 BCE: "Do for one who may do for you, that you may cause him thus to do."
And the same rule again from the 6th Century BCE through Confucius Analects 15:23: "Do not do to others what you do not want them to do to you".
From the Brahman Mahabharata, 5:1517 we have: "This is the sum of Dharma [duty]: Do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to you".
In fact, there is no rational or reasonable or sane priest or judge or president or prime minister that would dare deny the existence of the Golden Rule of Law. Instead, they hope you would not speak about it or write about it.
Why? Because these people are the custodians of a system now totally operating on procedure with not an ounce of competence as to the origin of true law or the meaning of the law. In fact, there are numerous papers and books written over the past eighty years by so called legal experts who proclaim the law is whatever is necessary for the continuance of order – in other words, the “law is whatever I say it is”. What complete rubbish! What utter facile stupidity! As was proven last week, modern international law and commercial law is at its heart Admiralty law and the fact that these judges and legal experts have probably never read one single statute on Admiralty Law, yet continue to promote “legal realism” just goes to show how insane the system has become.
So when you are able to prove and see that in centuries and thousands of years past, everyone, absolutely everyone could learn what the true Rule of Law is and could even memorize it, you see why the existing system is absolutely desperate to keep you distracted, off balance and under stress.
So what is the best summary of the Rule of Law? Well, I am going to quote 133 verses from a most sacred and profound text called Lebor Clann Glas in the Age of the Nazarenes. If you have not read it, then I strongly suggest you do. In any event, in just one hundred and thirty three verses, this Chapter summarizes the whole structure of true law.