Here is a picture representation of man's
creation of society and how the natural-person
and artificial-person fit into the picture.
It also indicates who pays taxes (click on
image to enlarge):
Creation of Society:
Man created societies for the convenience
of establishing law and order for be betterment
of everybody concerned (at least we presume that this was done). The establishment
of "Governments" is a good idea
but only if the individuals running the Government
are of good character.
Article 29 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights outlines our duties to the community for
the general welfare of the society and must
be kept in mind when pushing the extreme
limits of our freedoms. However in section
3 of Article 29 appears to undermine a lot
of the individual's rights and freedoms,
wherein it states: (3) These rights and freedoms may in no case
be exercised contrary to the purposes and
principles of the United Nations.
Freedom In One Lesson:
Here is an excellent lesson from G. Edward Griffen about the true nature of a government in society. There is some philosophy in this presentation, but it contains good lessons.
Why Governments Lie:
[Did you know, there is no requirement for Government officials to tell the truth.
Such requirements are not contained in their "Oath of Office", therefore telling lies has no penalty for them. So, why should they tell the truth
if it goes against their agenda? If you think
they should tell the truth because they are
"good" people, then you need to
read the book "TRANCE Formation of America" by Mark Phillips and Cathy O'Brien]:
If you believe that the "Office of the
Prime Minister" (or "Office of
the President") has been established
for the benefit of the people of the country,
then you may be correct. However if you believe
that the "individual" who occupies
that office magically undergoes a transformation
of character when he is appointed to that
office, then magically restores his character
when he leaves that office, then you are
suffering from severe delusions. If you don't
know how difficult it is to change somebody's
character, just do some research on attempts
to reform criminals, rapists, thiefs and
the like. Once you understand that the "individual"
occupying the office has his own "agenda"
then you will realize that the principles
of the "office" will most likely
not be upheld.
An excellent article from the Illuminati Conspiracy Archive is reprinted here for convenience. It discusses the British
rule of Canada, America and the world.
The Police State:
It would appear that the USA has already
become a police state, as have many other
contries in Europe. Here is an excellent
web site regarding the planning of the police state
and the elite's roadmap to its implementation.
Unless we stand up, Canada will soon follow
the USA with the North American Union, one
big police state.
Here is a nice Rap Song about protecting your rights using UCC 1-207, which is an american code and not directly applicable in Canada, complements of Dusting HOMAGE Lee via www.HEARTCORE.ca:
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History Repeats Itself Again:
Here is a presentation purportedly by a Supreme Court Justice in Florida, discussing how Cicero of Rome faced the same dilemma with government as we do today. A long read, but interesting.
The Nature of the Strawman:
Here is an excellent two-hour video about the Strawman. Even though it was made in Britain, it applies to all Commonwealth countries.
The Rule of Law:
If you think the Canadian Government follows
the rule of law, read this recent Speech to Law Society of Upper Canada, given August 2007, then think again.
Properly understood, when we speak of "the rule of law", we do not speak of "the rule of lawmakers", or "the rule of law-enforcers", or even of "the rule of government". Rather, we speak of the rule of foundational principles to which the government, the lawmakers and the law-enforcers are all subordinate, and to which they must conform. When this conformance happens, we enjoy "the rule of law".
Many Types of Law and Jurisdications:
Here is a re-print of a submission made by one of our readers. He details many types of law and jurisdictions. The information has not been vetted, however, it appears to be correct:
"There are at least Eighty three (83) types of law and at least thirty-one (31) arenas of jurisdiction, "1. Absolute law, 2. Adjective law, 3. Administrative law, 4. Admiralty law, 5. law of Arms, 6. Antitrust laws, 7. Bankruptcy Act, 8. Blue law, 9. Blue-sky law, 10. Canon law, 11. Case law, 12. Civil law, 13. Commercial law, 14. Common Law, 15. Conclusion of law, 16. Constitutional law, 17. Consuetudinary law, 18. Conventional law, 19. Criminal law, 20. Customary law, 21. Divine law, 22. Decree-law, 23. Ecclesiastical law, 24. Edict, 25. Enabling statute, 26. Enacted law, 27. Environmental Law, 28. Equity law, 29. Federal law, 30. Forest law, 31. Fundamental law, 32. General law, 33. Higher law, 34. Imperative law, 35. Internal law, 36. International law, 37. Judicial decree, 38. Judicial opinion, 39. Law arbitrary, 40. law of Citations, 41. law of Evidence, 42. law of Marque, 43. Law merchant, 44. Law of Môsheh (Moses)-Torah, 45. laws of Oleron, 46. law of the Road, 47. Local law, 48. Maritime law, 49. Martial law, 50. Mercantile law, 51. Military law, 52. Moral law, 53. Municipal law, 54. Natural law, 55. Napoleonic law (in Louisiana), 56. Ordinance, 57. Organic law, 58. Parliamentary law, 59. Penal law, 60. Permanent law, 61. Positive law, 62. Private law, 63. Probate, 64. Procedural law, 65. Prospective law, 66. Public law, 67. Remedial law, 68. Retrospective law, 69. Revenue law, 70. Roman law, 71. Securities law, 72. Special law, 73. law of the Staple, 74. State law, 75. Statute law, 76. Substantive law, 77. Sumptuary law, 78. Tacit law, 79. Tax Law, 80. United States law, 81. Unwritten law, 82. Usury laws, or 83. Written law. Each one would require a different approach when addressing the issues. For your information, the words in bold are false conveyance of language (a noun precedes another noun making the first noun a modifier or adjective) and when used by the corporate government to take property, rights or imprison a freeman/natural-person it is a felony under the common law (fraud) and under the anti-law known as statutes (Title 18 Code of the United States §1001, "Statements or entries generally,"). Further, having neither established the type of "Law" used nor the jurisdiction allows you to switch from one to the other without notice which would place me on a slippery slope. Moreover, I believe that subject-matter and personam jurisdiction would have to be determined and proven without the vehicles of fraud, menace, duress and undue influence currently used in this case before you can proceed.
Moreover, there are questions of jurisdiction that are not addressed, for instance do you claim jurisdiction of: 1. Admiralty, 2. American Common Law, 3. American Equity-Law, 4. Ancillary, 5. Appellate, 6. Concurrent, 7. Contentious, 8. Continuing, 9. Coordinate, 10. Criminal, 11. Equity, 12. Exclusive, 13. Foreign, 14. General, 15. International, 16. Legislative, 17. Limited, 18. Jurisdiction in personam, 19. Jurisdiction in rem, 20. Jurisdiction quasi in rem, 21. Military, 22. Original, 23. Pendent, 24. Plenary, 25. Primary, 26. Probate, 27. Special, 28. Subject-matter, 29. Summary, 30. Territorial, or 31. Voluntary?"
Today's Lesson On Irony:
These three statements tell you a lot about our government and our culture:
1. We are advised to NOT judge ALL Muslims by the actions of a few lunatics, but we are encouraged to judge ALL gun owners by the actions of a few lunatics.
Funny how that works.
And another statement for consideration ...
2. We constantly hear about how CPP (Canada Pension Plan) is going to run out of money. How come we never hear about welfare running out of money? What's interesting is the first group "worked for" their money, but the second didn't.
3. Provincial Social Services (welfare payments) is proud to be distributing this year the greatest amount of free money ever. Meanwhile, the Parks Branch, asks us "Please Do Not Feed the Animals." The stated reason for this policy is because "The animals will grow dependent on handouts and will not learn to take care of themselves."
That ends Today's Lesson On Irony :-)
"Whereas it is essential, if man is
not to be compelled to have recourse, as
a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny
and oppression, that human rights should
be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)