- New affiliate broadcasting the No STATE Project radio show LIVE out of Gilbert, AZ on KTFL 1610AM.
- Thoughts on Chris Cantwell’s latest controversial article: “Violently Overthrow The Government” [also check out the interesting Peace Roundtable from Keenevention featuring Derrick J Freeman, Ian Freeman, and Chris Cantwell]
- Self-defense is always morally justified, but how pragmatic is it within the context of damage-control and living as peacefully as possible?
- Would it be criminal if us non-bureaucrats provided our products and services in the same coercive manner as government?
- The highly-graduated level of criminality of bureaucratic aggressors over the common street criminal.
- The long running record of bureaucrat’s inability to produce any empirical evidence to prove their assertion that their laws apply us.
- The legal burden-of-proof principal stating “the one making the accusation/claim has the burden of proof” has been long-rooted in the domains of common sense and the scientific method.
- Marc returns to Scottsdale city council for follow-up investigatory dialogue.
- The documented record of overly aggressive, if not deadly, police encounters.
- “Those who attack the rationale of the game, and not the players, are its most formidable adversaries.” – James J. Martin
- There is no contract when one or more of the parties are using force to gain compliance.
- Leveraging the circumstances in play during litigation to incentivize THEM to not want to deal with you and for THEM to get you out of THEIR hair by striking the root of THEIR arbitrary authority.
- Pursing damages through an insurance claim against bureaucrat’s insurers instead of filing a civil claim for damages within their courts.
- A lack of evidence proving jurisdiction is an issue that even the most hardcore statists accepts.
- Police-state botany task-force oppression risks.
- Pending CoS report where Marc is able to use a line from the Princess Bride.
- Government agents soliciting extraordinary information to verify identity to stall the oncoming evidentiary challenges.
- The risk of calling the cops to the scene of an incident.
- Adventures in working-out.
- The fallacy of STATE/[legal-fiction, body politic; not a real person] ownership. How can inanimate nouns own things?
- Eddie Izzard’s take on empires and flags.
- How can a small group of men and women legitimately acquire ownership over so much remote property and people?
- The pay-or-get-shot, or so-called “consensual,” nature of government and their requirements to participate in their legal rituals.
- Lysander Spooner‘s conclusions proving the constitution does not apply to anybody.
- Keeping the burden-of-proof on the one making the claim you are within their legally-fictitious STATE and that the constitution and codes actually apply.
- Rick from NV: $3,500 worth of traffic citations dismissed from court by keeping the burden of proof on the prosecution/complainant <> the use of threat of violence from police when they interact with [too] many of their victims <> clarifying if you are “under arrest” or if you’re “free to go” during an unwelcome police encounter <> taking the wiser and safer route by challenging the government agent’s authority in an open courtroom with witnesses rather than on the roadside without witnesses where your well-being is much more vulnerable <> successfully exercising the right to freely travel without STATE identification <> returning the citation back to the police department as “refused for cause” within 3 days via certified mail <> refusing to contract, or being tricked into contracting, with government agents <> recording a “schedule of fees” to easily tally-up damages incurred from unnecessarily being forced to litigation <> Winston Shrout‘s teaching that “an unrebutted affidavit stands as truth” in court <> lack of notice of a warrant and collection agency assignment when the prosecution said they weren’t going to prosecute the complaint <> undercover law enforcement entrapping their victims <> and challenging the fallacy of “government by and for the consent of the governed.”
- Imran form AZ: Kids for Cash documentary that exposes judges who bypass basic due-process in order to receive kick-backs from lobbyists for sending non-violent juvenile offenders straight into the mouth prison-industrial complex beast <> possible legitimate points make by sovereign citizen advocates who don’t make their points coherently enough <> police refuse to respond to a trespassing offense without production of STATE identification from the complainant <> the contradictory nature of police operations <> and the media’s priority of animal rights over human rights.
- Gary and Brandon from Ohio: the corporate nature of the STATE <> legal-fictions can posses ownership <> the constitution only applies to those who take an oath to it [editor’s commentary: interesting… methinks try getting a judge to abide by the constitution and experience how much it applies to them and what they do ] <> US presidents are only presidents for Washington DC <> the corporate UNITED STATES only really owns parks <> the STATE courts are admiralty courts <> walking through the definitions of STATE and CITIZEN <>
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