Originally posted by AussieAmandaC
attention span bigger than a gold fish = check!
watching the rest now....and interested
41:00 is where you want to look.
(From my understanding of researching the subject)
Yes, the current system (in the commonwealth) is built off UCC or Admiralty Law, however, looking at 41:00 you will notice first the corporation says
they will not adhere to the conditions set by Scott, they then threaten legal action from the security services of the corporation (the Police), then
they appeal to Scott's "self-interest" which is to just pay the taxes and accruing storage fees. At the same time, they suggest him paying now and
"fighting his claims in court",
, of course, the court being part of the same corporate structure, and by Scott even showing up his is
acknowledging their authority.
Every bit of correspondence to Scott is under the presumption that Scott is part of the same system that allows them to exist. There are many ways to
push this angle that he is using with the corporate governments in commonwealth states, and every now and then someone manages to get what they are
However, one slip up, one signature, or one acknowledgement that you are indeed part of the same system that allows them to exist, and they can tear
you a new butthole. For most people, fighting them with these methods is not realistic.
You want to know the real kicker? When people are admitted into penitentiaries, they sign into contract with them upon entering. Think about that for
a second. From what I'm told by a lawyer friend, they sign papers upon papers, upon papers, during their entry and throughout their stay. All being
part of this whole fictitious stage show.
I should also note, that arguing to the illegitimacy of the current commonwealth governments and their corporate subsidiaries is just as easily
reasonable to arguing their legitimacy. Because everything we have today has been built of that system, it is in effect reality. To discard every
statutory law and send us back into pre 1900s, would be nearly impossible by the way the modern day operates.
It would be a revolution in just about every facet of our existence.
By everyone agreeing willingly or ignorantly to the system that is in place, makes it legitimate, in some sense...
edit on 7-11-2012 by boncho because: (no reason given)