Freedom Comes With Responsibility and Choice… A Choice that Has Been Stolen From You
At all times you have a choice….
1. do I want to claim/exercise my rights?
2. Do I choose to waive my rights?
The first thing to consider is, to really have choice, you need to KNOW your rights and the EFFECT of using, or not using, your rights.
Do you know your rights?
Do you understand what exercising your rights would mean in the case of each right?
Do you understand what waiving your rights would mean in the case of each right?
If you cannot answer the above questions with certainty you effectively have no rights, because in today’s world, every Tom, Dick, Harry, politician, bureaucrat, lawyer, police officer and public servant becomes your master. They are certain (even if they are wrong about the policy they want to enforce against you) so they will win.
I’ve been talking with a number of people who are preparing for attending court. I’m getting tired of repeating myself, although going through it over and over helps me clarify, refine and simplify the issues and processes, as I see them, so it’s all good.
Monday August 20th 7pm PDT an online webinar….
If I can, I want to help those who are prepping for court and who haven’t had direct access to my brain (although theHope For Justice Course is pretty close and if you haven’t watched it yet you are missing out big time, it’s free for Members). I know that talking to others, who had more experience than me, was a huge, helpful factor in my court adventures.
A very good video with comprehensive overview of the system that we live in. Recommended for your easy summary of years of research and many sources.
I’d question the conclusion offered that it’s a done deal because the whole system operates on the presumption we consent and they still seek confirmation that we agree. If they seek our consent even via sneaky, subtle methods… they still need it to protect themselves by getting our consent. Remove your consent at all stages and watch the reactions.
Welcome to the latest instalment of Hope For Justice. We call this part “Hope For Justice: In Action” because it lays the foundational ideas for actions you can take to help move your personal “hope that there really is justice” into action steps. Interestingly it is the opposite of “inaction”…that which got us to where we are today.
We cover some of the key points from the Hope For Justice material and lay the foundation for action steps you can take to reclaim justice for yourself. Fortunately (or unfortunately) it is a solo journey. You must do the work, gain knowledge and take action YOURSELF. This is not something anyone can give you. You must live it and claim it. Many may say that is a good thing. Either way, it’s up to you.
The claim and exercise of a right cannot be converted into a crime. there can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of an exercise of his constitutional rights. No state shall covert a liberty into a privilege, license it and charge a fee therefore. The citizen can ignore the license and the fee and engage in the with impunity,
Well, well, well. The blindingly obvious has been confirmed by the courts in the US of A …..over and over again.
Consider for a moment that video cameras capture your every move on the roads, in stores and on the sidewalks as you go about your PRIVATE business (or is it private????).
BUT the police in MANY jurisdictions threaten, abuse and arrest private citizens who happen to video record the police in action while they publicly abuse a private citizen’s body and rights.
Whether a punch, or kick to the head , or multiple tasers shots to their innocent victim or the ultimate in disgusting police brutality… a fatal shot in the back of man laying on the ground, video recording of police in action has helped bring to light the MASSIVE amount of violence against unarmed, non-violent citizens by “law enforcement” personnel.
Once again the RCMP escape prosecution for violent acts against unarmed, non-threatening citizens…this time an 11 year old boy. Ah, the sweet smell of abuse of power in the morning!
NOTE: I know that there are many good officers in the RCMP and this is NOT aimed at them BUT they have a legal and moral duty to speak out and act against their fellow officers who break the law. To protect, remain silent or deny the wrong doing makes those “good” officers full accomplices and equally liable and guilty under the law. So speak up or you are part of the problem and a law breaker too.
The now infamous “E Division” of the RCMP is the BC branch of the federal military police force (RCMP), once held in high esteem for honour an integrity (at least in the cartoons or distant past) have hit a new low.
Killing lost tourists at the airport, kicking unarmed motorists in the face while on hands and knees on the ground wasn’t the bottom (maybe babies are next?).
An 11 year old boy was tasered by an RCMP officer and has gotten away with it, as have the others.
You’re not safe and now your children are not safe either from the “police”.