The greatest illusion in the play of man with the system is the illusion of words and their meanings. So we are mostly all programmed to believe that “law” is something supernatural and something invariably and something that applies under all possible conditions. The word “law” is most commonly used in science by describing a variety of mathematical, chemical, physical, and other processes that have their regularity that always apply within the same constrained conditions and are therefore laws. For example, the law of gravity always operates under certain conditions and if these conditions are fulfilled there is no way that the law of gravity can be violated. There are also conditions under which this law may be violated but again within certain other conditions. So birds or planes perform these conditions and can override the law of gravity, while man can never do that. It is clear that all natural phenomena are governed by certain regularities that humans have observed through observation to be repeated and called them law.

In conclusion, the law is something that, under certain conditions, always has the same procedure and result of those procedures.

You will surely take off in emergency braking in accordance with the law of inertia, unless you have tightened all your body parts to something solid.

The Supreme Consciousness, which determined the laws by which the world functions, certainly did not call them laws, but man did. These laws are immutable, uninterruptible, and have no sanction for violating them, since they cannot even be violated and also affect those who are ignorant of their existence. Law is a universal category

Now, based on this above, the question arises: WHAT ARE THE LAWS ADOPTED BY THE PARLIAMENT OF REPUBLIC OF CROATIA. (In Croatian legal system parliament pass laws, not acts/statutes)

If we look at these “laws” as an attempt by a men to regulate the world or society in a similar way as the supernatural consciousness did, we immediately notice that they do not have any of the characteristics of the laws mentioned above. These laws are inconsistent, subject to interpretation, operate differently under the same conditions, act the same under different conditions, are changeable, today they are, tomorrow they are not and are completely contradictory. They can be violated by anyone and anytime. There are sanctions for disobeying the “law”, i.e. suspending the free will of man.

From this it can be seen that the implementation of this law depends on the will of the individual or the way of interpreting the law, which is a distinctly individual category.

 

By logical inference, it is easy to determine that “laws” created by man are not in the face of whatever one calls them, because they do not have the most basic features of law. They are more susceptible to the political and social orientation of particular ideas that come to autority and are given the opportunity to create them. On the other hand, the rules are something general that is brought about by some consensus from all interested parties on how something should work. The rules depend on the free will of the man, if you want to function within a company or organization you have to obey their rules otherwise you go away from that company/organization. The rules can be changed by various statutes numerous times at company meetings if it suits the company. So it is completely private contractual category between the man and the society of which he/she is a member. Therefore, I argue that THE LAWS OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA ATRE NOT LAWS AT ALL, REGARDLESS OF WHAT THEY ARE CALLED, BUT THEY ARE JUST RULES, AND THEY HAVE ALL THE CHARACTERISTICS OF RULES. People, get rid of the belief that the laws of the Republic of Croatia are binding for the people because they are not laws because they do not have the characteristics of the law, these are the rules. Have someone who sues you prove you have a duty to obey the rules that parliament has made.