Originally posted by PSUSA
reply to post by av8r007
We are all screwed. Both freedom and the Republic are dead.
I was with you 100%, until you wrote that.
It's not dead. Sick, yes, but not dead. So long as there are people out there like us, its not dead. And there are more of us out here than you might
I'm with ya' on keeping the Republic alive...Not dead yet, but in a coma, for sure. All it would take is 2 words from "President" Obama to kill
it; Martial Law. All of the organization & infrastructure for a Police State is ready & waiting to be used. I thank God we at least have a Doctor
standing by to help with our Republic...Dr. Ron Paul. His son is also going for a seat in Congress. Also a Doctor (specifically, an eye surgeon),
he's following his Dad's path.
People need to understand the specific limits of legal jurisdiction; Common Law (including the Constitution & Bill of Rights) applies
within the nation & covers only violations against Individual & Civil Rights. Each State also has its own Constitution & all
Officers must obey both
Statutory Law can only be enforced within Federal possessions & territories; Washington D.C., lands that the States have granted to the Feds (military
bases, Federal Courts & Administration buildings, Post Offices, etc.) & other places like Indian Reservations, Guam, Puerto Rico, etc.
Admiralty Law is strictly limited to contract laws, including both domestic & international commerce.
Don't let them try to stymie you into "entering contract" with any agents by agreeing to anything they want...Once you respond to an agent outside
of his/her limited
jurisdiction, then they can claim you for Admiralty Jurisdiction, because you've agreed (via verbal contract) to interact
with them. Once you know their limits of jurisdiction, you can block 'em...Say nothing except other than "I choose not to answer your question" or
"I do not accept your offer of contract." One of my favorites to say is, "Get out."
You don't even need to get a lawyer either, no matter how much they push on it...Ignorance of the law is no excuse & it's also no defense against
them either. Learn the law, court procedures & you can act in Sui Juris (don't accept it if they call you Pro Se; it's very different). If the guy
had known the Law & TSA's jurisdiction limits, he could have refused to even let the agent into his home & made it stick, even in court
the agent decided to barge in anyway.
All in all, airports are commercial enterprises
& as such, are responsible for their own security...Not the government. If the government is
all-fire hot to secure incoming international flights (because they have no business whatsoever interfering with purely domestic flights), then the
government should be securing airports in foreign airports. Of, course, as popular as they've made the US over the rest of the world, they may have
some trouble convincing other governments to let
US agents screen their flights heading for the US.
Originally posted by av8r007
I'm tired of politicians and officials interpreting the Constitution to fit whatever agenda they feel like doing at the time regardless of the
Actually, this is just one more example of how far they carry out their criminal operations
. There is nowhere in the Constitution that gives
any Branch, Agency or Office the authority to interpret
the Constitution...By the 10th
, any Power not specified
is completely forbidden to them.
Originally posted by av8r007
You need ID for absolutely everything and sometimes even your SSN.
Federal government cannot lawfully impose a specific ID on any Natural Born Citizen...We're simply outside of their jurisdiction & there's nothing
specific in the Constitution that says that they can do it.
As for the SSN, you don't need to surrender your SSN to anyone
that is not
federal agent or officer anyway. No one else has any business knowing your SSN & that's the Law. If, for example, your bank requests your SSN to open
an account, you just tell them to contact the FDIC & have them issue an alternative ID number, based from your SSN, for the bank to use. The same goes
, including the State governments, who may ask for your SSN. If the Federal Government requires you to be identifiable with a bank or
other financial institution, they must also accommodate for an alternative ID number
, if you're dealing with any private business.
Originally posted by getreadyalready
He agreed and said everything on the news and all of the searches at the airport are for show, and they make the people feel better about flying and
they keep the economy rolling, but they have absolutely no effect on stopping terrorism!
Even the government knows that they simply do not have the ability, means or even any lawful authority to put security on a private business like
that...Dr. Ron Paul has even referred to all of the new security as a "placebo."
So here's the real
question; If they know
they can't "better secure us" from terrorists, then what other reason would they have to
even try? The deliberate suppression of Lawful Rights, comes to mind...
Originally posted by hoghead cheese
We've always wondered how did germany let itself get to the point of a Hitler
That's fairly easy to answer, at least in a "nutshell" version. Post WW1 Germany was a bankrupt democracy. Under a democracy, all it takes is one
charismatic person with a good PR firm & he/she can talk the public into doing anything
...Even "waiving Rights."
Geee, that sounds a lot like America right now, doesn't it...Especially considering how much the MSM built up Obama's image to the point of
"sainthood." In fact, take a closer look at Germany's history during Hitler's rise to power & compare that to recent history (the past 3-4
decades, anyway) in America, you may find a lot of close parallels...How could that be? Check out "Project Paperclip" for how that "coincidence"
may have gotten started.
BTW, I copied the PDF too...The more it's spread out, the harder it'll be for them to stifle it off the 'net. Even if they succeed in doing that,
it can be printed & spread around on hardcopy too. Hopefully, the more that TSA agents try to stifle it, the more they'll run into people better
aware of their Rights & the limits of jurisdictions. If Obama wants to keep lying about "better transparency," then it's up to the People to keep
him on his word, huh?