The King of England cannot confiscate my bitcoin

For the first time in history a King of England cannot physically confiscate someones property. They could not legally do it in 1215, but obviously, temptation…

Clause 39 of Magna Carter:

No free man is to be arrested, or imprisoned, or disseised, or outlawed, or exiled, or in any other way ruined, nor will we go against him or send against him, except by the lawful judgment of his peers or by the law of the land.

(disseised means taking of property)

Property law enforced by nodes.

11 thoughts on “The King of England cannot confiscate my bitcoin”

  1. If the US government can confiscate bitcoin (it can and has done) why can’t the UK government?

  2. We hold these truths to be self-evident,
    that all men are created equal…

    No, the king was not made “better than us” by God.

    These guys nailed it!

  3. >No free man

    Wait, so man who are not “free”, ie slaves, can be subject to those clauses?

  4. Funny to think anything financial can be uncontrolled. Lawless behavior can exist but it doesn’t mean it can’t be controlled, especially when technology is involved.

  5. Ohh, you’re forgetting how fast we can return to the old times. They know how to torture to get the info they need

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