A video by My Original Most Humble and Grateful Servant
Acting First Minister Stuart: of the family Hill
(Video created by My Foreign Minister, Danny: of the family Bamping
In that video you will see how other (prominent) Shetlanders view their
position, insofar as they are hazy in their knowledge regarding their
The essential point, NOT (unfortunately!) brought out in that video ...
1. It must be stressed
that the King of Norway only PAWNED
"that part of the Orkneys and Shetlands that he actually owned"
(obviously on the basis of being able to redeem that pawning when the
gilt was available) ... and ...
2. "That part of the Orkneys and Shetlands that he actually owned" never
amounted to more than 10%
of those islands.
OR "90% of those islands ALWAYS HAVE belonged to the Owners of those
lands" ... in other words The People
Who Lived There.
(Under Norse/Udal Law, land is owned outright by whoever first claims
Intimate details of all of this in Stuart's book "Stolen Isles
The essential point - in practical terms - comes down to this:
Stuart has proved, by poking and prodding "The United Kingdom" that if
anything can be tied back to Forvik, or to the Shetlands themselves ...
no UK Agency will go so far as "Court" with any matter.
Because UK Agencies (e.g. the DVLA) now know that - in Court - the first
question they would have to answer is "When did the Shetlands
become a part of Scotland ... and therefore the UK ... such as to give
this Court any jurisdiction?
And they now know that is an unanswerable question ... unless they try
to claim that a Magazine Article can define "Law" and grant
There is now evidence to suggest that (for example) a conveyance
RECORDED by the Forvik Vehicle Recording Agency ... defines "a foreign
car on English roads" ... and is now recognised as such by the UK DVLA
... and not subject to UK Statutes, such as Road Tax, etc.
Because the DVLA don't want to have to answer the question "When
did the Shetlands become a part of Scotland ... and therefore the UK
... such as to give the DVLA any legitimacy over, or interest in, this