Consent in Law:

Voluntary Acquiescence to the proposal of another; the act or result of reaching an accord; a concurrence of minds; actual willingness that an act or an infringement of an interest shall occur.

Consent is an act of reason and deliberation. A person who possesses and exercises sufficient mental capacity to make an intelligent decision demonstrates consent by performing an act recommended by another. Consent assumes a physical power to act and a reflective, determined, and unencumbered exertion of these powers. It is an act unaffected by Fraudduress, or sometimes even mistake when these factors are not the reason for the consent. Consent is implied in every agreement.

Those who rule the world need your consent in order to get you to go along with their laws, etc. In the last two years, many people gave their consent in relation to dictates that were being aired by governors in the media: these mandates had no basis in law (or in fact/science). This means that people consented to something fraudulent, which according to their own legal definition of consent (see sentence in blue in the above paragraph), nullifies consent. So, they have broken their own law. What’s even worse is that they have violated Natural Law – The Law – one of the Ten Commandments that forbids the telling of lies.

You have the right to refuse to give, or to withdraw, your consent to whatever it is that you find objectionable. They can only continue to do what they do with your consent, or participation.

Are You Consenting To Other Types Of Mistreatment?

The Doctrine of Condonation: Within the legal profession, condonation (or a condonance) is a defence argument sometimes made when an accuser has previously forgiven or chosen to ignore an act about which they are now legally complaining. In some legal jurisdictions, and for certain behaviors, it may prevent the accuser from prevailing. It is most frequently presented during divorce proceedings, though it is also used in other legal contexts. 

Black’s Law Dictionary (Tenth Edition) “Condonation” (noun): a victim’s express or implied forgiveness of an offense, esp. by treating the offender as if there had been no offense. “Condone” (verb): to voluntarily pardon or overlook. “Condonable” (adjective). 

Forgiveness is a legal concept, one that involves absolving an offender. Even though for the most part, I do not find justice in the legal system, I have to say that when it comes to forgiveness/condonation, how it may play out in the court room, is the way it plays out in real life. In reality, we are all subjected to Natural Law, which holds people accountable for their actions. If, in daily life, you are forgiving people for actions that you find objectionable, they will be visited upon you again, even if not by the same individual(s). This is because you are giving your implicit consent. Life (Nature, God, the Universe), will not step in to save you when people keep screwing you over, or commend you for not holding people accountable because you have broken The Law when you do so. In fact, what happens in daily life mirrors what occurs when Judges apply the Doctrine of Condonation: they tell the accuser/plaintiff that they are not owed anything by the defendant (the one who screwed them over) due to previous acts of condonation. They are basically told: Suck it up, Buttercup!

Helen