Yes, There is a REAL Hope For Justice
Hope For Justice is a workshop series that explores the idea, and provides the evidence, that there are two different courts in British Columbia (and all common law jurisdictions). Our understanding of how to communicate with, and how to administratively complain to “the system” and make common law claims, will help keep courts, police, public servants, governments and corporations accountable to restore balance to our society.
We begin reviewing multiple court cases, transcripts, personal witness testimony of court events and the history of the court system in B.C. which together create a compelling case that common law courts are alive, well and little used in B.C. and probably all common law jurisdictions.
I’ve been through the H4J: In Action course twice now, and am now working through the H4J Do Common Law Courts Exist? material… just awesome…Warmest Regards – KI
One of the key pre-trial and trials that dramatically demonstrated the apparent existence and operation of a common law court is through understanding ALL of the events and legal games that occurred before, during and after the first trial of Russ Porisky in Chilliwack and Abbotsford, British Columbia during 1999/2000.
NOTE: During Porisky’s first trial in 1999/2000 he successfully utilized “natural person” status as demonstrated in fully explored in Hope For Justice 1 – Common Law Courts Exist course. Don’t believe half truths and rumours, get the WHOLE story here.
Porisky’s recent second, subsequent trial, on tax evasion charges in 2011/2012, he never raised nor utilized “natural person” as a position prior to trial. He accepted the courts jurisdiction over him as the taxpayer and argued ITA interpretations…. a completely different approach from the first trial on different charges.
The first trial he was successfully acquitted once the judge “made up” a technicality to acquit on. The second trial ended with a conviction and jail time. Maybe its a good idea to REALLY study what happened the first time and not listen to rumours or half truths about that first trial? For the WHOLE story study Hope For Justice, its free to go access, for private-person.com members.
(June 2014 UPDATE – Russ had an appeal of his conviction heard Oct. 31, 2013, decision took until April 2014 where the original trial was voided and a new trial ordered. The technical reason for the decision was a 2-1 split decision that was very weak in my opinion. http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/CA/14/01/2014BCCA0146.htm )
After We Understand a Common Law Court Exists Then What?
After studying the idea that justice really may be found in common law courts, we need to understand how to properly address the legal processes that we are faced with everyday that move us out of common law into another type of law.
The follow up course Hope For Justice: In Action explores the ways we are being communicated to and tricked into abandoning the common law. We need to understand how to interpret what is happening and how to respond appropriately.
The final course Hope For Justice: Your Complaint Is Their Restraint explores the legal and operational idea that we as individuals are responsible for holding public servants, officials and corporations accountable. We can only do that if we realize that we have the power, the right, the duty and the process to do so effectively.
1. Hope For Justice – Do Common Law Courts Exist? (H4J:1)
Getting to the point of understanding that common law courts exist and how to access the common law courts is the reason this first course was created. We attempt to connect various events in many court cases in a way that makes sense, provides evidence for the basic premise and encourage the hope and demonstrate that there is an active, honourable common law court system that we can access, where real honour and justice may be found.
You will come to understand that:
- common law courts do exist and “they” are bound to utilize them when we act accordingly
- many cases demonstrate this
- understand the game of “trick the man to represent a fiction”
- the basics of how not to be tricked
The legal concepts in play and addressed during this process are what Hope For Justice explores as well as the process of being recognized by the courts in a private status that ensures you invoke the obligation of the court to recognize and protect all your rights.
Understanding how to communicate with the legal system is a vital step as is understanding our proper role as the guardians of justice by actively participating in holding public servants, corporations and governments accountable.
It is painfully clear no that “THEY” are not accountable for their actions and improper/illegal activities when we do nothing. It is up to us individually to know what the rules are and hold them accountable to the laws that are written to BIND them. We have the power, responsibility and DUTY to do so, if we what to bring these corrupted systems back into honour.
These courses on understanding the communication, courts and roles lead to the next two courses in the Hope For Justice series:
NEW Course January, 2012
2. Hope For Justice: In Action (H4J:2-IA)
H4J: In Action –begin taking action to counter the communication you are receiving. This course is a in depth study of principles, attitudes and actions needed to make Hope for Justice reality.
- We explore “conditional acceptance” as a theory and in practice.
- We also explore “honour and dishonour” as a theory and in practice.
- Are they really part of the legal game? How do they work? How Important are they?
Conditional Acceptance (CA) and honour/dishonour appear to be two major keys to understanding every legal process AND basic human interaction. You will become knowledgeable and practiced IF you follow the exercises.
Hope For Justice: In Action is 15 sessions of 2x per week training to understand and learn how to put into action the correct process and attitudes to communicate to the legal system effectively. This is a recorded 8 week webinar study course that was held live (fifteen 90-120 minute sessions).
If you wish access to the course: you must be enrolled for the Do Common Law Courts Exist Course above FIRST….
NEW Course May, 2012
3. Hope For Justice: In Action – Your Complaint IS Their Restraint (H4J:3-IA-c)
H4J-IA-c – Your Complaint IS Their Restraint is a course that covers the ideas, attitudes and legal concepts to back up the idea that the improper actions of civil servants, corporations and government officials REQUIRES our pro-active legal complaint to end incorrect, unlawful, illegal or destructive behaviours.
The course begins with learning that:
- we are RIGHT to complain,
- we are EMPOWERED to complain and
- in fact it is OUR DUTY to complain when we become aware of improper or illegal activities any anyone including public servants and any official person.
Once we understand we can and should complain, the complaint process is explored including how to properly complain to ensure effectiveness.
This course builds on the material covered in Hope For Justice and Hope For Justice: In Action.
This is a recorded 6 week webinar study course that was held live (fifteen 120 minute sessions). The first webinar was May, 2012.