The Allard Prize for International Integrity

A lawyer, who has a law school named after him, the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia, Canada, also has a $100,000 prize awarded to “awarded biennially to an individual, movement or organization that has demonstrated exceptional courage and leadership in combating corruption or protecting human rights, especially through promoting transparency, accountability and the Rule of Law”.

http://www.allardprize.org/

Profile of ICW, a finalist for the 2015 Allard Prize for International Integrity. For more information on Indonesia Corruption Watch

It’s great to see support for people risking everything by exposing wrongdoing, even more interesting is that it is from a lawyer and law school.

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Hold Officials Accountable Process: In Power Movement

Great news. The anti-smartmeter movement has evolved to a great process anyone can follow to hold the officials in corporations and government liable. It utilizes a commercial liability process that encompasses legal notice, conditional acceptance and legal default method (notarial default without the notary) and it is worth your time to check out.

The process is being broke down into simple steps and training, offered for free. Awesome. Watch their videos, listen to podcast and download their paperwork and step by step instructions. They are doing a great job of making the info and process accessible and applicable for anyone with a little effort.

Check out their In Power Movement website: https://inpowermovement.com/

The question has always been “how do we stop these people?”. This appears to be one way.

US Supreme Court Rules Government Officers Liable

gavel+moneyIn what I would call a confirmation of the law, not a NEW ruling, the US Supreme Court One lays down the law for all to see, and USE if you choose.

One of the BIG legal fantasies promoted by governments and officials is the idea of officials’ having ‘immunity’ from prosecution and no liability… so they are not held liable for their corrupt and illegal actions.

Don’t buy the LIE.

Judges are liable, cops are liable, corporate officers are liable, ANY official is liable… when:

1. if they perform any actions while in office, not defined by their office, or

2. actions that are defined by their office but are done in BAD faith or

3. the actions taken are illegal by nature.

Any actions that they take NOT defined by their office or illegal by their nature are considered to have been done outside of their office therefore done in their private capacity and therefore they are fully liable, in their private capacity, without any protections of their office.

Unfortunately this lie of ‘immunity’ is also repeated unknowingly by people, again and again, who have a real case against government officials and therefore do not pursue very valid claims.

A recent US Supreme Court decision clarified and confirmed that the government and their agents can be held liable and accountable for wrongdoing carried out by officials in its employment while on the job. Continue reading US Supreme Court Rules Government Officers Liable

Judges’ Requirement to Assist Unrepresented People

Check out this article on the Supreme Court of Canada re confirming what the Canadian Judicial Council went to the trouble of researching and reporting on… the need and obligation to assist unrepresented people, by judges and court staff.

Your rights and your right to justice require them to assist you in court process otherwise the process is void.

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Surname = Surety for taxes?

A few weeks ago came across some old research I did years ago about the last name being tied to taxation based on a book name with an interesting name – the Doomsday Book – yes really.
Links and a few quotes below. Consider it as a legal presumption to overcome not a “they own the name” freak out idea. IMO

“The survey’s main purpose was to determine what taxes had been owed during the reign of King Edward the Confessor, which allowed William to reassert the rights of the Crown and assess where power lay after a wholesale redistribution of land following the Norman conquest.

The assessors’ reckoning of a man’s holdings and their values, as recorded in Domesday Book, was dispositive and without appeal. The name “Domesday Book” (Middle English for “Doomsday Book”) came into use in the 12th century.[5]


Surnames became common in England between the twelfth and fourteenth centuries when governments introduced personal taxation and are generally derived from four sources:

“Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax.”

POLL TAX
What do you think?

The Royal Family Appreciates Your Gifts of Your Wealth

 

Published on Apr 12, 2016