Posted by Two Cities on October 25, 1998 at 23:53:51:
In Reply to: Re: Need help and advice with a COURT hearing posted by NEW on October 25, 1998 at 22:38:03:
Hi, Martin. (just guessing from content and style)
It just seems that their insistence on creating
a contractual nexus is inconsistent with pure gun
: >?File with the secretary of state, a statement of residency in the organic state, and claim membership in the that body politic???
Sure, just send it to the same one that processes
the Voter Registration and have that entity cognize
whatever you write. Maybe they do, maybe they don't.
If they can see you leaving, why can't they see you staying?
: How can I contact any persons who are members of this "body politic"? Are these People properly assembled under parliamentry law?
Maybe you just have to know who they are.
Like you have said before, those assemblies may be
shut down for reasons of military expediency. But try the
defacto administrator, as he carries out the duties
of the underlying.
: I thought that "resident" was short for "resident alien enemy" under international law.
That was the idea.
Domicile yourself then. It's all commerce after all.
And in what year did this interpretation arise.
What is citizen short for in your dictionary?
: This organic state you speak of; do you mean the People of Old Order type Amish, Quaker and or Todays Jural Societies?
Not at all. I mean those forgotten but not overturned
constitutions, where the people reserved the right
to change the composition of their government.
Their dead letter status, is arguable at best.
All our theories are at odds with some observable
reality. You would have me believe that the
grunt media stage is filled with actors in the know,
who have read the script of military law, and are
pandering in unison with not an observable dissonance.
: Would not One serve Lawful Process as opposed to file-ing LEGAL defacto process?
Whats your suggestion. Take out an ad in the legal notices
of the local papers. A friend of a friend, managed
to stay outside a small city's annexation endeavors,
and remains in the county. I guess he didn't believe
that a majority vote of others had any force of
committing his property into a status he was not
himself interested in. Maybe his protest was timely.
So tell me, what would be the effect of discounting
the result of a bond-election, noticing the county
auditor, that you do not choose to volunteer your
property for additional assessments, and instruct
him to enter this choice in the computation strategy?
This appears to be the case even today, as
annexation elections are not secret ballots, and
each 'property owner' cast an opinion based upon
the measurable quantity of 'assessed valuation'.
: Excuse Me. I'm new at this stuff.
Me too. Land law is far more interesting.
But the parallels seem to be just about
So tell me, if it is forcible occupation, why
in the world would anyone care about your
signature on a contract, and why does the UCC
make explicit provision for reserving rights
which otherwise will be deemed abandoned?
Just another 'legal ruse'?
The cost of commerce. In the old country they used
to wall the cities, and erect toll-booths in order
to come to the market place.
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