posted on Jan, 20 2016 @ 04:50 PM
The infringement system is wrong because it overrides the rule of law or more accurately, the law of the people by the people for the people.
Accusation becomes proof of guilt, I accuse you of a speeding or of a parking offence therefore my accusation is evidence and proof you did it.
The infringement system is based on statute law, statute law is government or politician made law. These laws are the "written will of a few dozen or
a few hundred ‘law makers’ imposing their will on the thousands or on the millions and is backed up by violence or the threat of violence in the
form of arrest and or imprisonment.
Many infringement laws define infringements as crimes. Under criminal law, we have the right not answer questions in case we incriminate ourselves
but many infringements laws deny us this right by requiring us to provide information that boxes us into a guilty plea.
The infringement system denies us our common law rights, we are effectively inviting the govt to rule us with violence or the threat of violence to
the exclusion of law of the people by the people for the people, i.e. common law or natural law.
Natural law, the Declaration of Human Rights and the Bill of Rights of 1689, says a person cannot be punished without first having been found guilty
of wrong doing by 12 of the accused peers. Under natural law it’s the defendants peers who determine guilt or otherwise, not a magistrate or
Natural law gives us the right to confront and question the injured party in court. However, under the infringement system there is no injured party
and therefore no case. The state, the city or the local council cannot be an injured party. Only a live flesh and blood human being can be an injured
I submit that the infringement system is therefore a manifestation of and proof of tyranny.
Politicians and governments claim they rely on the consent of the people in order to govern but this is a very shallow and hollow claim because, once
made, there is no viable mechanism for the people to withdraw their consent of the government to govern or to instruct the govt to withdraw the
infringement system. The nearest ‘we the people’ get, is a request or a demand, but not the right to a referendum on the matter. However,
in order to get a referendum, we first of all need to get the permission of the very people whose combined will resulted in the politician made laws
comprising the infringement system in the first place.
The ability of we the people to withdraw or change the infringement system is suppressed by the very politicians who made it. They stand in the way of
the very people whose consent they admit to requiring in order to govern.
We owe it to ourselves and our kids to learn how to fight and defeat this tyranny that is the infringement system.