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The White Man's Ghost Dance

The White Man's Ghost Dance

Why "magic word" defenses and sovereign citizen legal strategies don't make sense.

http://www.spunk.org/texts/writers/black/sp001650.html

I could only suggest that their use of the term Constitutionalism to describe sovereign citizen/freeman ideologies is misplaced. Many are constitutionalists without being one of the other. Aside from that, I think this piece is brilliant and accurate.



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Generalizations just do not work.

"Constitutionalists revere the Magna Carta."
He must have missed my post here:
http://www.dailypaul.com/267895/the-magna-carta-basis-for-co...

"They equate Common Law with Natural Law, with Natural Reason, with Christianity, and with common sense." As my understanding of these issues grows, I no longer use the term "Common Law" at all, unless it is a slip of the tongue. I am not a Christian, have walked out of "sovereignty" meetings when they insisted on opening with Christian prayers. I certainly do not accuse anyone of "common sense" in modern law careers.

I could dissect this piece by piece, but it is a long article and he makes some valid points. However, if someone like the author were to take the time to try to find the truth rather than just fault other truth seekers, they would not fall into the ridiculous trap of making generalizations about people who are learning to stand on their natural rights.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

yes, after all

you called your son a monkey in one post

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein

"take the time to find out the truth"

in this context what is that?

you mean learn what the law really is - i.e., go to law school?

or do you mean play "amateur lawyer" based on some websites here and there, which periodically get shut down for selling fraud schemes...

Well, which is it?

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein

Or Just

ask yourself is someone harming you and what harm defines those acts against you in law and then attempt to seek justice against the perpetrator and reveal that corrupt men obstruct justice and utilize word magic of legalese to turn their harmful actions against you into "law enforcement"

I have studied in depth for years and I have come to a single foundational point of logic when attempting to understand what Real Law actually is; One breaking the law is not enforcing the law. I don't need the brainwashing of law schools to write my mind. I only need to ask myself if someone is harming me and what is the precise definition in law of the individual act of harm being committed.

So if a armed man interferes with my path travel and proceeds to use threats fear and intimidation to force me into contract then I will seek justice and remedy for his act of extortion. See how the law works? How can one claim to be enforcing when they are breaking the law? If someone harms you can seek justice. If the "courts" and "law enforcement" obstruct justice and remedy while claiming they are the proper avenue for justice then they are not Courts and not Law enforcement they are corrupt men acting under color of law.

The most powerful Law of Nature is Time. It is finite and we all will run out of it. Use this Law to your advantage, for it offers you infinite possibilities...

The Impostors.

+1. You wrote - "If the "courts" and "law enforcement" obstruct justice and remedy while claiming they are the proper avenue for justice then they are not Courts and not Law enforcement they are corrupt men acting under color of law."

acting and/or pretending.

Here I will quote a 19th century german scholar/ historian Von Hammer -
"There is nothing more dangerous than false religion, because in the punishment of imposture the hand is held back - lest some injustice may be done."
Religion can also mean a legal system /way of life, under which a nation or society is living, following 'rules' of group-think.