Traffic Ticket: Can A Cop Lawfully Force You To Sign A Contract? (Role Play)Submitted by vinceableworld on Wed, 04/11/2012 - 07:15
If you are not educating your public servants, someone else will. If you do not act like a king, you will be treated as a slave. Freedom is not free. Considering how so few stand up you take a risk when asserting your Creator granted rights. The people are the ones who enforce the constitution. Are you enforcing it or waiting for someone else to?
Cop says: "Sign here"
I say: "I appreciate the offer but no thank you."
Cop: "You're not going to sign it?"
I say: "Why should I?"
Cop: "Because if you don't sign it I'm going to have you arrested."
Me: "Excuse me?"
Cop: "You heard me. If you don't sign the ticket you'll be arrested."
Me: "Okay hold the phone for a second sir. This is a contract. Are you threatening me that if I don't sign this contract you're going to kidnap me and hold me hostage until I do?"
Somebody be the cop. What's he going to say to that?
(When you know what's really going on - it changes things. Now the key is to make this man think. He's not your adversary. He just doesn't know what's going on.)
Did you know that "police officers" are private contractors? Yes it's true... they have no more authority than a Wal-Mart security guard. Now Wal-Mart may own the parking lot but can police officers prove they own the road? If not they are risking their entire net worth by violating your rights at the side of the road. Read Rod Class's history making PRECEDENT CASE:
Keep in mind that if one "agency" is a private entity - THEY ALL ARE - which includes the local police, the state "government" the federal "government" etc... this is why I keep saying "GovCorp" when referring to "government" -> It's NOT A LAWFUL GOVERNMENT! They people have NO SAY in these corporations - as evidenced by the Ron Paul Revolution which has exposed that fact in a large way.
Note: Contrary to the very SCARY 20 minutes special on "sovereigns" - True "sovereigns" do not harm. They use knowledge to establish authority and jurisdiction. They use the pen and realize that whipping out the sword is an extremely bad idea when faced with overwhelming force (ergo - "knowledge").