Categorized | NSP Radio Archive

NSP – Nov 21, 2015 – Co-host: JT

Posted on November 22nd, 2015 by Calvin

JT returns for a good portion of the show as we fall a little deeper down the legal-land rabbit hole.

Show Notes:

  • Phil “Philthy Animal” Taylor from Motörhead passes at the age of 61.
  • Breaking down the latest video: Sophie Tittle – Liar For the IRS, Fresno.
  • Every single issue of the Meads v. Meads citation, like most common court citations used by FMOTL and UCC types, is a legal opinion, not fact or evidence.
  • Formally calling-out the predictive common lies you’ll get from attorneys in your paperwork.
  • Two primary ways of emancipating from the ruling-class: non-cooperation and self-defense.
  • Past challenges made against the STATE’s client and that there’s a lack of an actual adversary.
  • Being jailed for not understanding double-speak attorneys in the courtroom.
  • Is the driver’s license a valid contract?
  • Objecting and halting the proceeding until the prosecution can provide the evidence required to substantiate their case.
  • Don’t travel with a car that’s out of regulation if you don’t want to attract legal harassment.
  • Behind the scenes of our latest Irish success story.
  • The false dilemma logical fallacy.
  • Simplifying complex/Orwellian language.
  • What evidence is there to prove that the laws of the STATE apply to you solely based upon your geolocation?
  • How and why the driver’s license is not evidence of jurisdiction.
  • Nobody delivers more rehearsed dialog than prosecutors.
  • The preparational purpose of the script combined with role-playing.

Caller’s Topics:

  • RAD from CO: real people suffering real consequences by authoritarians hiding behind legal fictions to conceal the nature of their criminal acts <> encouraging people to factually challenge “judicial mythology” <> the judge plays the “name game” during Ademo’s hearing <> and are statists and their apologists religious fanatics or double-standard dunces?
  • Johnathan from TX: being harassed by law enforcement for living autonomously <> and going through a number of weak lawyers before deciding to go pro per.
  • Jeremy from NV: past work with Marc on a BLM legal-attack <> filing a motion to dismiss in response to a legal-attack from a BINGO ticket traffic stop that is past-due for a plea <> questioning city council members on what evidence they have to prove their laws apply and the statist double-standard <> and determining the path of least resistance when procrastinating a response to a bogus legal-attack.
  • Chris from the NSP Skype chat: how could an anarchist counter the appeal to consequence logical fallacyif you don’t like it then you can leave.”


5 Comments For This Post

  1. dan Says:

    Air conditioning in late November… Gold Jerry

  2. Steven Says:

    Enjoyed it, brother. The point about not assuming to be or claiming to be the so called name, leading to so called failure to appear makes a lot of sense. The point the guy you were talking with (RAD?) was speaking about, that there ‘needs to be’ a controversy, makes a lot of sense too.

    Seems to boil down to which is more important to the so called individual; so called anarchy or honoring the decisions ‘other’ so called individuals seem to ‘make’.

  3. Kawlinz Says:

    About an hour into the podcast there was a lot of talk about supernatural and if the state fits the definition. I think it does. I also think that, while they don’t say explicitly “hey the state is a deity”, they do say that the government has certain powers and authorizations that it can grant to a “person”.

    If this government didn’t have powers, there’d be no judges, lawyers, or presidents – this entity must be supernatural. If you ask a judge where their authority comes from, they say the constitution or the government gives the power. If it’s just a DBA, then Tim or Mary gave the judge their authority which is as ridiculous as it sounds.


  4. Says:

    Hey Kawlinz, I came across your post the day after realizing the state is a deity. I am setting up a web site to communicate this clearly, because I don’t see a great summary anywhere else. Feel free to get in touch.

  5. Ronnie Says:

    Marc the way you walked Jeremy through was great. I learned a lot myself. It was more simple than Delusions. and that speech itself was easy to follow. Thanks Calvin for the podcasts!

Leave a Reply

Advertise Here

Upcoming Events

: Tune-in to the LIVE No STATE Project broadcast as we report on the weekly happenings in legal-land and current events. You may call-in to the show at (218) 632-9399 passcode is 2020#, or Skype-in, with your thoughts on tickets, tyrants, assessments, activism, anarchy, agorism, or, of course; any and all criticisms. If you are being attacked by those with arbitrary titles and shiny badges, or if you have an interesting observation or criticism; then feel free to call-in to the LIVE show at (218) 632-9399, or you'll need to contact Marc on Skype by searching for username: frankrizzo3, and we can also add you to the NSP skype group chat where you can engage in some courtroom role-play exercises to refine your litigation skills and boost your confidence if you have a court hearing coming up. Also, here is a comprehensive list of the many ways you can interact with the No STATE Project broadcast and community.

Wednesday, 6-7pm EST: Tune-in to the new No STATE Project midweek commercial-free video-stream now broadcast via You can join Marc live, or contact Marc to ask a question if you cannot make it on live. You can find archives of the Wednesday broadcast here on the website and on YouTube.

If you want to join the forum, you must email me a username so I can create the account. This is to stop the flood of spambots.

Contact update: If you email me a wall of text, then I probably will not read it. If you email me telling me to call you right away I won't. You'll have to set up a phone consult so we can set an appointment.

Mailing address has changed as of 1 October 2016. The new mailing address is: G.M. or Occupant 1496 N. Higley Rd., Suite 102-37 Gilbert, Arizona 85234.

Join Marc Stevens' Newsletter

Advertise Here