"Dulocracy. A government where servants and slaves have so much license and privilege that they domineer." Black's Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, p. 501
While he leaves the question open, the Judge implies
that Leviathan, the Beast, aka, the U.S. government, is a force to be
reckoned with via collective means such as voting rather than by a
personal decision not to consent to its jurisdiction. On the contrary,
we would encourage activists to dump their U.S. Citizen status, which,
according to Rule 13 (d) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, prevents
them from suing the govt. Then, they can file a counter claim for
monetary damages when their rights are violated. Check out How to Make and File a Fee Schedule for Protection Against Corporate Abuse.
Also, the Constitution is not necessarily "the problem," as the Judge implies. In the same way that a coin has two sides, heads and tails, the Constitution can be viewed from two perspectives, depending on whether you are a servant of the people, or the people being served. Imagine walking up to the counter at McDonald's, and the clerk says, "May I help you?" If you say, "Give me a hamburger," then the clerk recognizes you as a customer. But if you say, "I'm here for my first day of work," then the clerk hands you a broom and an apron and tells you to sweep up in the back.
In our opinion, the majority of people in America have been so thoroughly dumbed down and propagandized by the corporate-controlled lamestream media, that virtually NO ONE is on the customer side of the counter anymore!
Similarly, there are are two mutually exclusive political jurisdictions in America: de facto, for U.S. Citizens who are "public officers," with the govt.; and de jure for me and you, the People. In the first jurisdiction, the people work for the govt.; In the latter, the govt. works for Us. So, unless you actually WORK for the govt., you're not obligated to do anything its officers tell you to do. The only way you can be separated from your rights against your consent is by the judgement of a jury of your peers in a court of law. Learn more about your unalienable rights.
“A government is like fire, a handy servant, but a dangerous master.”
Hence, those wishing to challenge the authority of a de facto officer acting under color of law must:Challenge the officer for legal evidence of their authority BEFORE allowing the officer to execute any action that would adversely affect their rights. The form this legal evidence must take would be a written certificate of election or appointment. see Are You in Jail by Your Own Consent.
2 Bouv. Inst. n. 2279, 2327; 4 T. R. 657; Shelf. on mar. & Div. 449.Consensus tollit errorem. Consent removes or obviates a mistake.
Co. Litt. 126.Melius est omnia mala pati quam malo concentire. It is better to suffer every wrong or ill, than to consent to it.
3 Co. Inst. 23.Nemo videtur fraudare eos qui sciunt, et consentiunt. One cannot complain of having been deceived when he knew the fact and gave his consent.
Dig. 50, 17, 145. Bouvier’s Maxims of Law, 1856
Music: Millenium, also X-Files: Alone as Ever, both by Mark Snow; clips from Casablanca and THX 1138 by George Lucas. Here is Judge Andrew Napolitano's closing argument, The Myth of American Freedom, Sept. 29, 2011 on his FreedomWatch:
"Does the government work for us or do we work for the government? Is freedom in America a myth or a reality? Tonight, what if we didn't live in a free country?
What if the Constitution were written not to limit government, but to expand it? What if the Constitution didn't fulfill the promise of the Declaration of Independence, but betrayed it? What if the Constitution actually permitted the government to limit and constrict freedom?
What if the Bill of Rights was just a paper promise, that the government could avoid whenever it claimed the need to do so? What if the same generation -- in some cases the same people -- that drafted the U.S. Constitution enacted laws that violated it? What if the merchants and bankers who financed the American Revolution bought their way into the new government and got it to enact laws that stifled their competition? What if the civil war that was fought in the name of freedom actually advanced the cause of tyranny?
What if the federal government were the product of 150 years of stealing power and liberty and property from the people and the states? What if our political elites spent the 20th century importing the socialist ideas of big government Statism from Europe? What if our political class was adopting the European political culture from which our founding fathers fought so hard to break free?
What if our political leaders no longer acknowledged that our rights come from our humanity, but insisted instead that they come from the government? What if you had to produce your papers to get out of or into our once-free country? What if you couldn't board a plane, a train, or a long-distance bus without providing documentation telling the government who you are and where you're going, without paying the government, and without risking sexual assault?
What if your local police department could shoot down a plane? What if government agents could write their own search warrants, declare their own enemies, and seize whatever property they want? What if the feds could detain you indefinitely, with no visitors, no lawyer, no judge, and no jury? What if they could make you just disappear? What if the government broke its own laws in order to enforce them? What if the government broke down your front door in the middle of the night and shot your dog, and claimed it was a mistake?
What if you were required to purchase a product that you didn't need, didn't want, and couldn't afford, from a company you never heard of, just as a condition of living in the United States? What if the government told you what not to put in your body as well as what to put into it; and how much? What if the government claimed that since it will be paying your medical bills, it can tell you what to eat, when to sleep, and how to live? What if the government tried to cajole and coax and compel you into behaviors and attitudes it considered socially acceptable? What if the government spent your tax money to advertise to you how great the services are that it provides? What if the government kept promising to make you safe while it kept stripping you of your liberties and committing crimes in your name that made you a target of more violence?
What if you worked for the government and the government didn't work for you? What if freedom were a myth? What if we don't live in a free country? What do we do about it?"
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