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Originally posted by BillyTheCat
Originally posted by FIFIGI
Just red the rest of the comments - I can not believe NO ONE sees the contradiction in saying: "I am going to be violent - what a selfless act this is."
This is truly disturbing to me.
Its truly disturbing to me that you, whilst sitting in the comfort of your home, in front of your PC are criticising a soldier going off to do his duty. Just because he is a soldier does not mean he will kill others, just that he may have to if the situation dictates. You clearly show your ignorance of what serving in the military involves, and in the future you would do well to think before you type
I guess the closest you have ever come to conflict or soldiering is playing Halo, whilst your mother brings you in cups of hot chocolate and marsh mellows?
Originally posted by SmokeyDawn
And yet AGAIN you show your true worth & beauty by your response to the lesser informed posters here! Please stop before I REALLY fall in love!! LOL
Greetings everyone from Iraq
I have been stuck here for over 4 months now and am tired of working for this corrupt government, but that'll be a thread for another day.
In 2008, the Army influenced USCENTCOM and USTRANSCOM to conduct redeployments as operational movements, reduce timelines, and establish firm metrics. Brigade Combat Team (BCT) sealift timelines are now programmed to take less than 58 days for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and 65 days for Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). The OEF timelines were reduced to a relatively low cost by increasing ship speed and reducing the time it takes to return equipment from "port to fort".
Current redeployment metrics allow BCTs approximately 9 months to conduct collective training between consecutive deployments..
COMMON LAW LIEN
FOR THE SUM OF $ ____________________
NOTICE is hereby given that this Common Law Lien Claim is being filed in good faith as a legal At-Law-Claim (as distinguished from an equitable or statutory claim) upon and collectible out of personal and real property assets held by __________________and also out of real property commonly known as the house and lot at:
with the following description:
PERSONAL PROPERTY: This claim shall operate in the nature of a "security" for the repair, maintenance, improvements of the herein described property, performance of obligations related to property of all kinds. This claim is made pursuant to decisions of the United States Supreme Court.
This Common Law Lien is dischargeable only by Claimant, or by a Common Law Jury in a Court of Common Law and according to the rules of Common Law. It is not otherwise dischargeable for One Hundred (100) years, and cannot be extinguished due to the death of Claimant, or by Claimant's heirs, assigns, or executors. This Common Law Lien is for repairs/maintenance and improvements related to said Claimant, and performance of duty as related to all other assets beginning _____________ the amount of _______________ lawful money of the United States, a DOLLAR being described in the 1792 US Coinage Acts as 371.25 grains of fine silver, or the equivalent of Gold, notes or other instruments acceptable to Claimant. (Emphasis added).
The failure, refusal, or neglect of Respondent(s) to demand, by all prudent means, that the Sheriff of this County convene a Common Law Jury to hear this action within ninety (90) days from the date of filing of this Instrument will be deemed as prima facia evidence of an admission of "waiver" to all rights on the property described herein. (Neglect; to give reasons on the record for a refusal to call said court has been held a "Waiver"); (see law express and implied in 1 Campd. 410 n., 7 Ind. 21). (Emphasis added.)
The Magna Carta governs as well, retaining and preserving all rights antecedent thereto, which was restated in the (1) Massachusetts Bay Charter. (2) Massachusetts Constitution, and (3) the Federal Constitution, (modeled after the Massachusetts Constitution) after which the Texas and Arizona Constitution is modeled, all construed in pari materia, the State Constitution being a LIMITATION on the state's power (Fox v. Kroeger, 11 9 Tex 511, 35 SW2d 670,77 ALR 663.), the Constitution acting prospect!vely - declaring rights and procedures for the future but NOT diminishing rights extant prior to establishment of the state (Grigsby v. Reib, 105 Tex 597, 153 SW 1124; Southern Pacific Co. v. Porter, 160 Tex 329,331 SW2d 42), and no new powers contrary to our Common Law Rights/Immunities were "granted" to the state.
Common Law Liens at Law supersede mortgages and equity Liens (Drumons Carriage Co. v Mills (1898) 74 NW 966; Hewitt v. Williams 47 LaAnn, 742,17 So.269; Carr v. Dail,19SE235; McMahon v. Lundin, "58NW 827) and may be satisfied only when a Court of Common Law is convened pursuant to an order of the elected sheriff. Such Common Law Court forbids the presence of any judge or lawyer from participating or presiding, or the practice of any Equity Law. The ruling of the U.S.Supreme Court in Rich v. Braxton, 158 US 375, specifically forbids judges from invoking equity jurisdiction to remove Common Law Liens or similar "clouds of title". Further, even if a preponderance of evidence displays the lien to be void or voidable, the Equity Court still may not proceed until the moving party has proven that he asks for, and has come "to equity" with "clean hands". (Trice v. Comstock, 570C. A646; West v. Washburn, 138NY Supp.230). Any official who attempts to modify or remove this Common Law Lien is fully liable for damages. (U.S.Supreme Court; Butz v. Econcmou, 98 S.Ct.2894; Bell v. Hood, 327 US 678; Belknap v. Schild, 161 US 10; US v. Lee; Bivens v. 6 Unknown Agents, 400 US 862)
Demand is hereby and herewith made upon all public officials under penalty of Title 42, United States Code, Section 1986, not to modify or remove this Lien in any manner. (This Lien is not dischargeable for 100 years and cannot be extinguished due to Claimant's death or by Claimant's heirs, assigns, or executors.) Any Order, Adjudgment, or Decree issuing from a Court of Equity operating against to interfere or remove this At-Law legal lien claim would constitute direct abrogation/deprivation of Claimant's ________________ State and United States Constitutionally guaranteed Rights.
Originally posted by December_Rain
reply to post by Stop-loss!
Since this thread is posted in 'General Conspiracy Discussion' for some weird reason, I found strange what could be the conspiracy behind this thread. So I went thru your profile, I think you are lying. The reason for that I donno' to gain stars/ points or attract attention. I just came across your introductory post here- www.abovetopsecret.com...
In it you specifically mention
The important thing to note is you made the thread on posted on 11-9-2009 @ 13:06. So are you telling that in 2 months you came back to states and you are being deployed again? That is mere 79 days.
Sorry but it doesn't add up somehow.
Edit to add: If it's indeed true you are lying, then this thread should be labeled as HOAX and moved accordingly to the Hoax section. If you are telling the truth I would like to know what US Military provision allows soldiers to be re-deployed in 53 days. Last I heard there was a mandatory 6 month gap between any redeployment. I could be wrong about the 6 month by 1 or 2 months, but the point is does US Military re-deploys soldiers within 53 days in your case?
[edit on 28-11-2009 by December_Rain]
Originally posted by Stop-loss!
After years of saving up for rainy days I am officially broke like people here on ATS but I regret none of it!
Originally posted by Stop-loss!
reply to post by December_Rain
I had returned here to the states for R&R leave for 2 weeks and am returning to Iraq sunday morning, there is no conspiracy here just getting some down time before I head back to the sand box, but maybe you would have known that if you were in the service huh?
The U.S. Central Command Commander established the Rest and Recuperation Leave Program in the Central Command Area of Operations to provide the opportunity for U.S. service members and Department of Defense civilians who are deployed in the combat theater for 1 year to take up to 15 days of leave during their deployment.