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 Post subject: Mary Croft - How I Clobbered Every Bureacratic Cash-Confisca
PostPosted: May 18th, 2009, 7:29 am 
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I'd like to emphasize the importance of this subject and I suggest one receive it with an open-mind; Take the Red Pill.

How I Clobbered Every Cash-Confiscatory Agency Known to Man ... is an incredible life-changing read (short 96 pages) that reveals who you really are as an American Sovereign, and how the wool has been pulled over our eyes through our sad gradual indoctrination (Public Education). She goes over how money is created through our signatures, how we sign away all of our natural-born Rights for their benefits and how people are surviving as debt-slaves (our poor parents :*( ), never truly living as sovereign freemen-on-the-land in Common Law jurisdiction. This subject has been something I have put a lot of time into as of late, it's a pretty amazing (and freeing) topic to investigate.

Here is the book:
http://www.hackcanada.com/canadian/freedom/mary_croft.pdf

Jordan Maxwell on the difference between Common Law (Law of the Land) and Admiralty Law (Uniform Commercial Code/UCC) aka the Law of the Sea:


Eustace Mullins on the Rape of Justice (discusses the origins of the Federal Reserve and much much more)


Mary: Croft on some key subjects regarding this topic;


Antiterrorist in regards to the Freeman movement:



The UNITED STATES (Corporation)
http://www.serendipity.li/jsmill/us_corporation.htm


Others in the field (check their Youtubes/videos.google)
Bill Thornton
Johnny Liberty (The Global Sovereigns Handbook)
Rob Menard
Irene-Maus:Gravenhorst
Winston Shrout
Sam Kennedy
Russel Porisky
Marc Stevens (Adventures in Legal Land)

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PostPosted: May 20th, 2009, 9:11 am 
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greekrefugee wrote:
A good enough chunk of people, even when made aware, and even if they agree with you, will probably do jack shit. That's not the deplorable state of society today. That's people. Period.

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PostPosted: June 5th, 2009, 3:49 am 
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*Watches as this information coasts right over your heads*

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PostPosted: June 5th, 2009, 8:49 am 
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I honestly don't buy into the life changing read bullshit nor the indoctrination theory, both of them fall into the checklist for conspiracy theory & anti gov't bullshit propaganda. I do agree with that a majority of American's are nothing more than financial slaves waking up and going to work for the sole reason of making money to pay bills. Though I'm pretty sure this is nothing new as it has been around one way or another as far as the history books go back.

I kind of fall into a gray area for big gov't. I hate and like it. I believe a lot of the institutions put in place were drawn up with good intentions but over time have become more of an impedance for over all progress. I absolutely loath current politics and most politicians. As far as I'm concerned most of them are self serving, narrow minded, short sighted and do nothing but contribute to the overall stagnation of social, economical, and technological advancement.

It's kinda sad and depressing to think that most of the people are content with the way things are and don't strive to make much of a difference. To me the whole attitude that "it won't happen in my life time oh well lol" spells a death sentence.

Now don't get me wrong here. I'm not any green tree hugging ecologist, but this planet is pretty much all we will have for a long time. There is nearly nothing of value anywhere near our solar system. At least nothing tangible with our current tech. Unless Einstein's equations are missing something(though they are pretty much spot on for events observed 'in nature') or we pull something out of our asses to get around theorized barriers we are pretty much stuck here.

As I see it, the current state of the world with its politics and national divisions I honestly don't see anything changing any time soon. I'm more inclined to believe some very large and not favorable event will be the only thing to bring change to the current state of affairs. But who knows. Maybe we'll be fortunate enough to happen upon some revolutionizing discovery on accident like we did penicillin. Except it would be a million times more revolutionary. :P

All in all I've come to terms with the fact that I lack the cognitive abilities to discover revolutionary ideas similar to those that great preceding theorist and scientists have discovered that would effectively change the direction of what ever path we may be on. It is kind of true to some extent that we are masters of our own destiny and that our reality is how we perceive it. It's humbling to explore and discover the extent of the prior and a challenge to make the best of the later, at least for me.
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