Monthly Archives: May 2010

English Freeman Video

Here’s a 16 minute video you’ll want to watch more than once.  Note that this is a single event–and in England, rather than the USA.  As such it’s not proof that whatever they’ve done will also work for you within The United States of America.  However, these English “Freemen” provide EVIDENCE that the People of the English-speaking world are beginning to regain control over 1) themselves; and therefore, 2) their government.

We are beginning to beat the bastards.

Watch here:


Increased Efficiency Causes Increased Vulnerability

In the 1950s General Motors ruled the world’s automobile manufacturing industry.  GM was profitable and a prime target for union strikes.  Nevertheless, GM wasn’t too concerned about labor strikes because it had acres and acres of engine blocks, transmissions, quarter panels and wheels stored behind its factories.  If the union went out on strike, GM would hire scabs and keep on building cars with the mountainous, backyard inventory.

More importantly, GM’s mountain of parts allowed GM to keep working in the event that one of its suppliers suffered a production stoppage due to labor strikes, natural disaster or corporate bankruptcy.  Thus, GM’s huge parts inventory provided GM with a “margin for error” in case anything unexpected happened.

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Posted by on May 30, 2010 in Economy, Moral Hazard


Deficit Spending

All deficit spending by government is a way to tax children for the “free lunch”/”benefits” promised to our alleged adults.  In order to keep buying the support of the current voters, the government is destroying the future for those too young to vote and even too young to understand.  These children trust American adults and American politicians to take care of them.  The adults and politicians instead take care of themselves and sacrifice the children precisely because the kids are too young to understand, too young to organize, too young to vote.

Deficit spending the political equivalent of abortion.  It destroys the lives of those most innocent and least able to defend themselves.  It destroys the future to protect the present.  It is an abomination.

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Notes on “Sovereign Territory”

Based on the presumption that The State and “this state” are two entirely different and mutually exclusive “venues,” my appreciation for the concept of “venue” is growing.

The following notes on “sovereign territory” are based on that growing appreciation.

These notes are simply my observations based on a search of US Supreme Court cases that used the term “sovereign territory”.  They are in the following PDF file:  100525 Notes on Sovereign Territory


The State, “this state” and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction

Most of what I write is conjecture and speculation.  I enjoy it.  I enjoy “sticking my neck out” to advance ideas that many might suppose were a little “daft”.   Public speculation can be as dangerous as public nudity since your own words can later be used against you to show that you’re a damn fool.  I like that danger.  I like the risk.  For me, speculation is exciting and irresistible.

What follows is some speculation on the fundamental differences between The State and “this state” and also on “extraterritorial jurisdiction”.  It’s all in a PDF file at this link:  100519 Findlaw USSC search EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISD


Short Selling II

For the past two months, I’ve argued that our current economic crisis was not caused by technical defects in our economic theory or a failure to properly manage interest, inflation or unemployment rates.  Instead, I’ve argued that the current economic crisis is the result of a collapse in our nation’s moral values.  I’ve argued that institutionalized immorality in government (political campaign contribution laws; deficit financing), finance (fiat money), the church (state-incorporated churches rather than real “churches of God”) and the people (no-fault divorce, abortion, and a “something-for-nothing” mentality) has degraded too many Americans to the status of greedy, unconscionable fools who’ve refined their capacity to predate and lost their capacity to produce.

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Posted by on May 24, 2010 in Economy, Moral Hazard, Short Selling


Debtor’s Prison or Breach of Fiduciary Obligation? A Habeas Corpus that Worked.

Over the years, I’ve seen scores of habeas corpus petitions.  Virtually all have failed to cause a prisoner to be released.  In fact, I’ll bet that at least 95% (and probably 99%) of all petitions for writ of habeas corpus are routinely dismissed by the courts.

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