Originally posted by dimensionaljumper
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Can you expound further on what you were referring to? Specifically, how to bring the Magna Carter into play and your Roman Citizenship, as well as
the Treaty of Paris?
I find this highly intriguing. I am a long time truth seeker and have never stumbled upon what you speak of.
These are all very simple things to do once you know about them and how simple they are.
First the Magna Carter limits the power of the Monarch to imprison you at will with no charge. Read the Magna Carter, know what's in it, and point
out that clause limiting the Monarch's power to establish the precedent that does limit the monarch's power over you.
The Treaty of Paris in Article V and VI prohibits the impeding of your liberty or movement from state to state as a result of the Revolutionary War.
In other words none of the 600,000 laws on the books existed before the Revolutionary War, there fore they are a direct result of the Revolutionary
War, and you become an injured party of the Revolutionary War when any of those 600,000 laws are used to infringe on your liberty or impede your
traveling from state to state.
If you declare yourself an injured party of the Revolutionary War, you have 1 year to move about the nation unimpeded to settle your affairs at that
time you must leave the nation.
Roman law and Roman Courts like Roman Theatres and Coliseums are all about spectacle and performance. The other people must be entertained by your
plight; if you entertain them suitably it is thumbs up, if you don't entertain them well it is thumbs down.
As a true Roman you are obligated to put on a performance, Encyclopedia Articles on the Ancient Roman Court System and Law will give you detailed
classic examples of how to do this and the Latin Words to classify various ploys and performances, evoke the Latin words for the ploy you are about to
stage for the court, which identifies it as nothing but a ploy, but signals that you are about to put on a show and a performance and what will be in
that show and performance, then play the part well of what that ploy calls for, if it calls for tears and pleas of mercy, cry like an infant and get
down on your knees, if it calls for haughty laughter and a reason as to why the State benefited from what you did, laugh and put on a grandiose show
of how your crime generated wealth for you and wealth for the state and the state is all the better for it and not worse off etc, etc.
Romans, true Romans crave entertainment, entertain them well, they are happy and will give you thumbs up, entertain them poorly, it's thumbs down.
There are multiple sets of laws in play and you must know and beat them all.
You will have to defeat one, evoke the other, evoke yet another, defeat yet another, and then gain approval for your actions in the last by being
entertaining and either displaying how the state has not suffered a loss or in Reality how the State has gained from your so called crimes.
If you do it well, you will eventually get to Roman Law, and if you entertain the Court well you will be absolved of your crimes.
Citizens of Rome have real rights, being a citizen of Rome only requires one thing, and that is that you are in fact in Rome, and when you are in any
Court of Law the World over, whether it be Washington D.C., Quebec, London, Beijing, Moscow, Tel Aviv, Tehran, Bangkok, New Delhi or Johannesburg you
are in Rome.
I myself have done this and beat Federal Sentencing Guidelines that can not be beat.
Like I said earlier, I got a great part, I really shouldn't complain but the story really does suck!