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NSP – Jan 23, 2016

Posted on January 24th, 2016 by Calvin

Show Notes:

  • Anarchy is mastering the art of living peacefully.
  • Memorializing notable rock-stars and actors that have recently passed. Rest peacefully David Bowie, Glen Frey, David Margulies, and Alan Rickman.
  • New Call-of-Shame with a Canadian C.R.A. agent: asking “how is ‘reported income‘ evidence that the laws apply?” results in her reflexively mischaracterizing the question as a “tax argument” and “debate.”
  • Bureaucrat’s callous disregard for other people’s lives.
  • Objecting when bureaucrats divert from your questioning.
  • Recognizing when someone does not have the required evidence to back up their claims.
  • Pinning-down exactly how property becomes claimed and controlled by governments.
  • The aggressively vile nature of tax persecutions.
  • What news stories get selected, and blacklisted, for the public’s consumption.

  • Using the unsigned plea of guilty when you have a judge that’s interested in railroading and intimidating you.
  • The predictable lack of accountability for those bureaucrats responsible for the toxic water crisis in Flint, MI.
  • Pro-tip: issues of fact and evidence are stronger, and easier, cases to make than interpretive issues of law.
  • The challenge of using money without supporting hierarchies.

Caller’s Topics:

  • Al from CO: what’s really happening with the Oregon standoff? <> according to their own rules: the federal government cannot control land it hasn’t paid for [citation needed, post link in comments] <> how can you defeat the conflict-of-interest between the STATE prosecutor and the STATE judge? <> and how could STATE services be provided in an stateless society?
  • Tate from WI: the local chatter generated by the “Making a Murderer” series in Wisconsin <> responding to a “rolling stop” traffic citation <> complements for simplifying a very complex system down to such lucid and meaningful constructs <> during the hearing the prosecutor threatened to enter a plea upon the defendant’s behalf in the absence of a judge <> is it recommended to file a written motion to dismiss instead making a verbal motion to dismiss? <> and is it viable to motion to dismiss on grounds of the prosecution’s lack of standing and a lack of a valid cause for action?
  • Timigen from OK: escalated bond set andΒ put in isolation for 5 days for mistaken charges initiated during a minor traffic stop after asking right-to-travel-type questions <> how should one go about identifying oneself when requested by the police <> vacating the judge’s conviction <> and the life ruining consequences of enhanced scrutiny from the STATE.
  • Dan from ME: sat in jail for 3 days after failing to prevail making constitutional arguments on appeal for a traffic violation <> lessons learned <> threatened with contempt for asking for the grounds upon which the judge’s decision was based on <> and other tales of overcoming courtroom corruption.
  • Bob from CA: endless frustration listening to the fallacy ridden Call of Shame recordings <> identifying violators of the “social contract” and golden rule <> publicly calling out fraud and fraudsters <> emancipating ourselves from arbitrary and coercive social frameworks <> we are really sharing things with one another, not really buying or owning like we’re conditioned to think <> rejecting artificial roles that people claim they are <> monetary discrimination <> and why do we continue to use labels that reinforce coercive hierarchies?
              

8 Comments For This Post

  1. Paul NZ Says:

    Global warming is clearly wiping out rock stars. πŸ˜‰

  2. Matt Says:

    What’s wrong with capitalism and voluntary/consensual hierarchy?

  3. Steven Says:

    The people of the state of New York.

    That’s a laughable heading, I figured the people of the state of New York speak for themselves, in fact how many of these people showed up in the court room better yet if the people of the state of New York knew about the fraud that was the court was charging seven on behalf of the people of the state of New York don’t you think they would want to be there?

  4. Matt Says:

    And to this “mutualist”… money has subjective value, the NAP is not a contract since psychopaths have no conscience and no emotional empathy, they are predators…

    The USD is being forced on you at gunpoint, it has neither intrinsic nor subjective value, it’s just a gun in your face… or to quote JT:

    “The nature of the money system is a vampiric system in which people have guns to their heads saying this is what you’re going to exchange for real goods and labor, with each other, that was created from absolutely nothing and the only reason it has any “value” is yeah there is a gun to your head but it only takes it so far…”

  5. TOM MIXX Says:

    So whens the Key West gig Marc?

  6. TOM MIXX Says:

    What’s wrong with capitalism and voluntary/consensual hierarchy?

    NOT A DAMN THING.

  7. Richard Says:

    Marc, You never played the call of shame you mention in the audio. When will you have that audio posted in the call of shame area?

  8. Marc Stevens Says:

    @ Richard Will do by Friday afternoon.

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