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Grand Army of the Republic newly created in Maine

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posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 01:01 AM
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originally posted by: antoinemarionette
OK, I'm back... I think you will find this more substantial:

Original Oppt UCC Filings


Have you bothered to look for those filings? As if you had actually bothered to look you would find that they were all canceled, as they were invalid.

The OPPT, as shown here, is just a scam!




posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 01:14 AM
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a reply to: antoinemarionette

Rather silly stuff that seems to be linked to selling a book

Book


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posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 01:32 AM
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A Nationalist Movement...a bit tardy with what's been going on at the Southern border but not surprising.

I mean you have Globalism everywhere & the opposite Nationalism.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 03:05 AM
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a reply to: Hanslune

Agreed, that does look a bit silly, but doesn't necessarily implicate the other information laid out.

On the other hand, it does look suspicious.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 03:07 AM
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a reply to: hellobruce

Maybe OPPT is a scam - but where is your proof to that effect?

It's not because I haven't presented proof that makes it a scam.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 03:45 AM
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originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: antoinemarionette

I would have to say it is just a bunch of boobies making claims.

The Grand Ole Army.....err...OK.

Someone should tell them the power is still on their fantasies of revolution like the TV show isn't going to happen like that. This is something you would normally see on the Onion.


I wonder how many folks took the initial words of the Founding Fathers as "a bunch of boobies making claims?"

Declaration of Independence, 2.0



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 04:24 AM
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originally posted by: CloudsTasteMetallic

originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: antoinemarionette

I would have to say it is just a bunch of boobies making claims.

The Grand Ole Army.....err...OK.

Someone should tell them the power is still on their fantasies of revolution like the TV show isn't going to happen like that. This is something you would normally see on the Onion.


I wonder how many folks took the initial words of the Founding Fathers as "a bunch of boobies making claims?"

Declaration of Independence, 2.0


The... screed is the best word for it I suppose, claims that the last Republican president was Lincoln. It's a load of round objects.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 04:25 AM
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originally posted by: antoinemarionette
a reply to: hellobruce

Maybe OPPT is a scam - but where is your proof to that effect?


If you had read the links I posted you would have seen it is a scam

- also is Boehner the President?
- Did you get your $10 billion in gold?
- Can you name the 77 congressmen that were arrested and sent to the Hague?

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posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 04:32 AM
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originally posted by: AngryCymraeg

originally posted by: CloudsTasteMetallic

originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: antoinemarionette

I would have to say it is just a bunch of boobies making claims.

The Grand Ole Army.....err...OK.

Someone should tell them the power is still on their fantasies of revolution like the TV show isn't going to happen like that. This is something you would normally see on the Onion.


I wonder how many folks took the initial words of the Founding Fathers as "a bunch of boobies making claims?"

Declaration of Independence, 2.0


The... screed is the best word for it I suppose, claims that the last Republican president was Lincoln. It's a load of round objects.


*removes foot from mouth*

Note to self: ALWAYS read links in OP before commenting in the future.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 09:17 AM
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a reply to: defcon5
I agree with all you've said so far, but there are elected officials not following the laws. So it is apparently always open to interpretation. The Constitution, via the 2nd A provides for the idea that "the people" are "enabled" to enforce the laws when those empowered to do so fail to do so. Maybe someone has been reading the Constitution and decided it's almost time to use that "right"?



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 09:49 AM
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a reply to: Bilk22

Man you are reading a lot into that one sentence amendment.

a LOT!



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 10:20 AM
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i'm on the other side of the planet & out of the loop
but over the past few years i've been watching the snake shed its skin
and seeing various old networks being purged..

something is coming down the pipe, agitating the people seems to be part of it, but all this seems to have a 'ben fulford' credibility rating



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 10:32 AM
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I think we all need to step back for a moment and realize that before our government got out of control and started making laws regulating every aspect of human life, we basically practiced a variation of common law. The ideas of habeus corpus, a jury of your peers, etc. were all based in common law. A grand jury of citizens is necessary for an indictment. The ultimate power of any nation is supposed to reside within the people. Meaning things that we overwhelmingly dont approve of should never be forced upon us without our consent. The constitution and declaration of independence were very clearly worded against this sort of behavior. The problem is they started deciding who could practice law. By funneling everyone through their system of bar exams and creating their own judges and magistrates, they usurped the common mans power and authority to hold officials accountable.

Now law is just a bunch of pageantry with the real justice usually being worked out in the judges chambers not in the court room. Lawyers make deals with each other, the judge, corporations, and sell out their victims. It could be said there is no legal basis for a lot of the things the government does right now. The only legal basis they have is that which they gave themselves. People need no legal basis to remove a boot off of their neck. Self preservation demands it. Instead of trying to discredit people trying to make a legitimate change maybe you should support them. Even if you arent American. Your country could be the next one we fly drones over.
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posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 11:47 AM
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originally posted by: Bilk22
a reply to: defcon5
I agree with all you've said so far, but there are elected officials not following the laws. So it is apparently always open to interpretation. The Constitution, via the 2nd A provides for the idea that "the people" are "enabled" to enforce the laws when those empowered to do so fail to do so. Maybe someone has been reading the Constitution and decided it's almost time to use that "right"?


Random dude on the street is not empowered to decide what is or is not Constitutional, that is left the courts. As for the Grand Army of the Republic? One wonders why anybody bothers even reading these things. At this point they have been wrong/scams/fakes so many times it is not hard to figure out that end results will be nothing.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 12:13 PM
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originally posted by: rustyclutch
I think we all need to step back for a moment and realize that before our government got out of control and started making laws regulating every aspect of human life, we basically practiced a variation of common law. The ideas of habeus corpus, a jury of your peers, etc. were all based in common law. A grand jury of citizens is necessary for an indictment. The ultimate power of any nation is supposed to reside within the people. Meaning things that we overwhelmingly dont approve of should never be forced upon us without our consent. The constitution and declaration of independence were very clearly worded against this sort of behavior. The problem is they started deciding who could practice law. By funneling everyone through their system of bar exams and creating their own judges and magistrates, they usurped the common mans power and authority to hold officials accountable.

Now law is just a bunch of pageantry with the real justice usually being worked out in the judges chambers not in the court room. Lawyers make deals with each other, the judge, corporations, and sell out their victims. It could be said there is no legal basis for a lot of the things the government does right now. The only legal basis they have is that which they gave themselves. People need no legal basis to remove a boot off of their neck. Self preservation demands it. Instead of trying to discredit people trying to make a legitimate change maybe you should support them. Even if you arent American. Your country could be the next one we fly drones over.



You said it Rustyclutch! And you put it so beautifully!



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 01:46 PM
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originally posted by: METACOMET


Appointed General Carter F. Ham to lead and command The Grand Army of the Republic


en.wikipedia.org...


there is no mention of any of this on that wikipedia page. based on the history page the last edit was minor and occurred on june 17th.....



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 02:47 PM
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originally posted by: stumason


What a load of bollocks... She was in Scotland on the 4th naming the new Carrier, she was in France in June and Italy in April. Let me guess, your a "Freeman"?

OT - This "Grand Army", is it just a a couple of dozen redneck types who hate the "guberment"?




What I was thinking.

Wanna bet they have big scruffy beards and ware dirty scruffy camo jackets
I put money at least one lives in a trailer



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 02:52 PM
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originally posted by: Granite

originally posted by: Montana
Still trying to find where this "Unified Maine Common Law Grand Jury" has any authority to do anything. A quick perusal of the web shows nothing. Someone help me out.

All of the news, documentation, reporting happens at the ITCCS org website.


And the ITCCS was formed and run by Kevin Annett. Annett caught some flack a while back after he declared that genocide had taken place in Canada and reported that there were mass graves that did not exist. He created the so-called "International Tribunal on Crimes of Church and State" years ago and has brandished declarations against just about every thing under the sun. Just because one sticks the name "International" in their one-man org's name, does not make it truly international or that it has any actual clout. He also created the "International Common Law Court of Justice" of which he is judge and jury the last I checked and brandishes sentencing that appears, again, to have some clout (it's an international court, ya know!) when it actually has zero.

A name is just a name.

Being that Annett is a Canadian, what his opinion or involvement on any "civil war" in the US actually is meaningless and pointless unless Annett is attempting to destabilize his country's next door neighbor. Maybe Canada can use this to finally oust Annett out of their country because they are not a big fan of the man.



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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"it's good to have an open mind but not so much that your brains fall out"

the video posted in this locked topic speaks volumes about what's going on here..

i watched it.. and payed attention to the parts where the guy was "too busy to worry about pronunciation" (or getting his facts right before he passes them along, it seems)

if you're a sci-fi/fantasy buff, you'll have already noticed the slew of SUBVERSIVE material that's pumped out year after year to rile you up and get you ready for the reset

..if you're not a fan, then the kind of info in videos like that are meant for you

like that 12 y.o canadian girl who snagged a spot on primetime TV telling us all how the money is fake & the banks & gov. are all "in on it"

or how someone like ben fulford gets access to rothschild in order to rile us all up (we're still waiting for the white dragons benny)

or that other canadian mob sounding off about how they're 'bringing down the vatican and all those child molesters'

there seems to be LOTS of phoney outfits like this these days.. all sounding off in the wrong direction

good timing on the holiday weekend too, the fear has always been something like this would go down over a holiday event

martial law on monday?
CU Next Tuesday



posted on Jul, 5 2014 @ 03:06 PM
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originally posted by: HauntWok
Someone has watched the star wars prequils far far too often.

ffs more idiots with guns.


Right wingnuttery run amok.

The future can only be socialist.

Anachronistic fossils' minds can't cope with the realization of this simple inevitable fact.

Just as slave owners could not cope with the realization that the future will be one without slaves and slaves masters, at least in the way they had grown accustomed to.

And that they would lose their arbitrary privilege over the slaves they 'owned', which were their 'property'.

So to the future will see private property, right and inheritance and money all abolished.

And their minds simply can't cope.

They try to justify their arbitrary privilege and abuse using the 'states' rights' canard.

It won't hold.

The future will either be socialist or an utter dystopia.

Libertarians, Republicans, 'freemen', 'sovereign citizens' and the likes minds simply can't cope.

They try and claim private property, right of inheritance and money itself are somehow not completely arbitrary. Which of course leads to nonsensical, circular sophistic syllogisms. All three of these institutions are very easily demonstrable to be completely arbitrary.

There is no non-arbitrary reason why one man should one factories, fields, land, resources and even the labour and fruits thereof of other people and another man should own nothing, nothing at all, and have no guaranteed source of income despite contributing at least as much, in real, tangible terms, to society as the first man. And usually significantly more.

Cause the rich don't really produce any real value, if they ever did. That the rich contribute to society enough to warrant even a tiny fraction of what they 'own' and 'earn' is bald faced lie. The rich are parasites.

There is no non-arbitrary justification for arbitrary privilege such as private property, right of inheritance and money. Of course, mention this to right wingers and their heads explode.

But the future will not suffer arbitrary privilege. At least to the degree that capitalism indulges in.

This pains right wingers.

Too #ing bad.

The future is also devoid of right wingnuttery, if there is any future at all.
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