Petition For Redress Of Grievances Or Voluntary Internment?Posted: September 25, 2011 | |
When is a protest not a legal
petition? The answer is very
simple. As long as no legal action
is pursued, in commercial terms,
it can be ignored without
consequence, People in large
crowds tend to get tired and go
away. How many decades can
people camp out on sidewalks?
They have voluntarily walked
into an internment camp of their
I know that the quote has been repeated many times, in many places. I won’t quote it. I will say that I haven’t given much attention to this event because it’s boring to watch people repeat history. The bottom line is that a mob rejects instruction. In that situation, people make very poor judgments and do very stupid things. They suffer because of the delusion that their anger will matter, if they make enough of a nuisance of themselves. They would do better to do the things that work. But alas, they are all addicted to the convenience and currency of the corporate structure. The collapse of the USD would be the best thing that could happen. Unfortunately, most people will whore themselves out to whoever has the fake money that replaces the USD. But, enough of that. These political and social gatherings don’t amount to a fart in a wind tunnel. As Harmon Taylor says,
“The legal reality is that commercial problems require commercial solutions.”
The lock on the gate of the internment camp that is the Federal corporation is the currency. The rude awakening will be when the bank branches don’t open, the ATMs don’t work.
Harmon Taylor gets into citizenship and rights issues. He’s very good at identifying commercial problems and researching commercial solutions. His email newsletter is free. I’ve been getting them for a long time and and have a few hundred of them in a folder.
John Jennings has decades of experience in historical legal research. The last time I checked, John’s website was unavailable. I’ll send an email to his webmaster, if that is still down. John has a great explanation for the situation we are in.
“The problem is that we have fake people, living in a fake country, using fake money, and subject to fake laws.”
That covers the bases. The big question is, how do we get out of that Federal whorehouse, and still make a living?
L. B. Bork has a mountain of research at his websites. I know that we can find answers that work. We just all need to be pulling in the same direction. We see those statistics that 50% of people in the U.S. don’t pay income taxes. The reasons are that they have no taxable income. Some of them are State Nationals, and can prove that they are not shareholders in the Federal corporation, do not receive corporate profits as Federal employees, and refuse to take Federal oaths in any form.
George Gordon has done a lot of research in the commercial law, particularly regarding private contract. His website is:
Of course, we have to have Black’s Law Dictionary available to us, at any time.
A very good website on taking legal action on citizenship is the site for John Ainsworth’s group in North Carolina. I’m following the progress of their court case.
It is my hope that we can retrace our steps and stand as free people. I do welcome and appreciate your feedback.
That quote from Abbie Hoffman
is interesting. If memory serves
me correctly, the Chicago Seven
eventually plugged unto the
corporate structure and went on
their merry way.