Are We Really Free? "The Corporate You" Film Synopsis David Icke - Revolution of perception Film Synopsis An Interview with Freeman Burt and Bob - "The Highwaymen" - #172 This episode is an interview with Freeman Burt and Bob, titled “Highwaymen” and is being released on Friday, August 28, 2013. This interview with Burt and Bob was recorded today, Aug 28, 2013. Excuse the delay on this episode. Burt and I had recorded this show 5 days ago but both of us had our recordings fail. So we’ve re-recorded the entire show. In this episode Freeman Burt is back to discuss the “highwaymen”, or highway robbers – those code enforcement officers who use tricks on us and strip our consent for their commerce codes and statutes – that don’t actually apply to us. In old times the highwayman was the robber who held you at gun point or threat of violence on the highway to extort money and goods from you – one of the most heinous crimes – a crime punishable by death. What can you do in the face of extortion on the side of the highway? Bouvier’s Law Dictionary: HIGHWAYMAN. HIGHWAY. 2. 3. 4. 5. DRIVER. 2. 3. SUI JURIS. 2. CIVIL ACTION.
Film Synopsis Know Your Rights and Stay Out of Jail – Infographic Lily DaneActivist Post Do you know what to do if you are pulled over or confronted by law enforcement? This detailed infographic from Online Paralegal Programs shows you how to handle everything from standard traffic stops to refusing a search. Film Synopsis Check birth certificate on stock market: Heres how OK folks this one has been gone over 3 or 4 times already. It does not work. You can enter in any number on this site and it will return something to you. You actions to become a "Freeman" are so easy it will scare you. Being free is to be Sovereign, being Sovereign is a belief. e.g. You are King and you make the demands. My suggestion for those who are just picking this stuff up, listen to the podcasts on www.tnsradio.com and listen to them all. Peace MIH.
Jury Nullification: Exercise Your Right to Fight Unfair Laws Jurors should acquit, even against the judge’s instruction…if exercising their judgement with discretion and honesty they have a clear conviction that the charge of the court is wrong. — Alexander Hamilton, 1804 Lily DaneActivist Post What would you do if you were selected for jury duty, but felt that the “broken” law itself was unjust, unfair, or unconstitutional? Did you know that, as a juror, you have the right to acquit a defendant in a criminal case if you determine the law itself to be flawed? Even if the court proves the law in question was actually broken, a jury has a right to find the defendant innocent if the law is found to be unfair, immoral, unjustly applied, or unconstitutional. This is called jury nullification. JuryBox.org provides this example of how the process works: Say Congress passed a bill, and the President signed it, stating that the official religion of the United States is Christianity, and that no other forms of religion are to be practiced under penalty of jail.
4 Things the ‘Powers-That-Be’ Don’t Want You to Know About Anarchy “None are more enslaved than those who believe they are free.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Gary ‘Z’ McGeeActivist Post There are few subjects as controversial and taboo as the concept of anarchy. #1. “Anarchy doesn’t mean out of control; it means out of their control.” – Jim Dodge Anarchy does not equal chaos. Here’s how: hierarchal and state-run societies have centralized institutions with the monopoly on the use of violence. This is not to say that anarchic societies don’t have hierarchy, they just have considerably less hierarchy. When it comes down to it, anarchists are peaceful people who just want to govern themselves. #2. “You don’t become completely free by just avoiding being a slave; you also need to avoid becoming a master.” Simply put, anarchy prefers dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery. “Better to live on beggar’s bread with those who love alive. A common argument against anarchy is that there is no governance. #3. #4. The state perpetuates the psyche-cosmos split.
What to Say If Stopped By a Cop Amanda WarrenActivist Post What do you think of the suggestions above? Do you have information that differs? Image was provided by the American Civil Liberties Union. Read more description on each action step and more situations at The Maneater. Cops are legally allowed to lie to you when you are stopped. What to do if you are stopped by a cop Recent other articles by Amanda Warren If you enjoy our work, please donate to keep our website going.