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  • devil21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    I'll just let my previous posts stand on their own (I rest my case? lol), since your arguments are substantially dwindling. Anything one signs is a voluntary contract requiring future performance, whether the specific terms of performance are implied, presumed or explicit. That's how a nation of living men and women with a Bill of Rights has been slowly but surely returned to "subject" status, ruled by attorneys and bankers in the City of London. But you knew that already, didn't ya counselor?
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    Yesterday, 11:38 AM
    About sums it up, I think.
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    Yesterday, 11:09 AM
    I dunno, the proof appears to be in the pudding, at least in the OSHA example. It's why so many constitutionally-minded commenters were easily able to predict it wouldn't stand. Your angle is that if an issue before the court is blatantly unconstitutional that the court may affirm it if neither of the parties raises it? If that is truly the situation then the justices have no business even being on the bench, since they swore to uphold the constitution as part of their oath to even be a justice in the first place. Fortunately, judges do by-and-large take their oaths seriously. It would be a blatant violation of their oath if they upheld something blatantly unconstitutional merely because a party didn't raise the question. What a dumb example. Does a hitman actually sign a contract pledging to kill someone for a sum of money? No, of course not. Besides, the hit man example is a violation of common law since there is an (intended) direct victim. Legal concepts I'm addressing are of a purely commercial variety and thus are commercial (admiralty) law, not common law. LOL! I won't even get started on how -wrong- you are about 100% loss record. I have a 100% win record. In fact, my last run-in with the commercial contract "legal" system was disposed of, without ever setting foot in a courtroom, by merely filing a one page, one paragraph order to the Clerk of Court directing the Clerk (trustee) to dispose of the action at my direction (beneficiary), per NCGS 33B-2e. POOF GONE! Like I said, it's not rocket science once you realize 90% of our "legal" system is commercial contract enforcement under a trust law structure.
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    01-14-2022, 05:37 PM
    Very typical attorney reply from Sonny. A lot of words needed to explain something that is an extremely simple concept, which is the hallmark of the legal system. It violates the 10th. Can't continue. Stop. Easy peasy. But they can't rule in that manner because it removes the mystique and the ideal, which the legal system relies on, that "legal" is too complicated for the little people to comprehend. It's simple. In a country with a Constitution that restrains "government" from 95% of what it does, that 95% is by your own consent via entering contracts pledging your performance. Constitution does ensure freedom to enter contracts, even if ignorantly. It's all contracts to get us to give up rights in exchange for commercial privileges and accepting the liabilities. If you sign it, it's a contract to perform and like any contract if you don't follow the terms of the contract there are penalties. It's not rocket science. Keep signing W2s, W4s, 1099s, Social Security cards, credit cards, driver's licenses, bank account signature cards, etc. All contracts.....then wonder why ya don't feel very free anymore.... (It's worth noting that Sonny literally is triggered somehow to post in any thread that mentions "income taxes". It's uncanny. Gee, wonder why?)
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    01-14-2022, 05:20 PM
    Yachts and private jets to be exempted from EU carbon standards... https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/yachts-be-exempt-eus-carbon-pricing-plan
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    01-14-2022, 11:46 AM
    And you missed my point, apparently. The OSHA mandate is so blatantly contrary to the 10th that the argument didn't even need to be raised, hence why it was amazingly predictable that the mandate would not be allowed to continue. Whether the pleadings addressed the 10th specifically is irrelevant. Any "law" that is blatantly unconstitutional is null and void on its face. No specific court arguments needed. When the constitutionality of a law/mandate/policy/whatever is debatable, that is when arguments are needed, yes. No such debate was even necessary to know the OSHA mandate was contrary to the 10th and that is ultimately why it was not allowed to continue. Well, we know who the cheerleaders on RPF were.....all the Trumpers who have since mostly slunk back into obscurity. Perhaps many, yes, but probably not the ones now dealing with permanent vax injuries, chronic illness due to depleted immune systems and other adverse reactions.
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    01-13-2022, 03:13 PM
    Uh yeah so the 10th doesn't allow any of that shit in the first place. There are occasionally cases where upholding something that is so blatantly contrary to the 10th that it can't be allowed to stand. The OSHA mandate case is one example of that. DC has no authority to force anything on an individual resident/entity of the 50 states without that individual/entity otherwise consenting in some way.
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    01-13-2022, 03:06 PM
    That, and firing bunches people before anything was ever enforced. Shameful all around. Fear is a hell of a drug and the people pushing this stuff know that threats are just as effective as action (see:income taxation). Plato's cave comes to mind....
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    01-13-2022, 02:07 PM
    Looks to have followed the consensus opinion of OSHA mandate blocked but health care worker mandate upheld. Man, how many people feel really stupid for taking the shots out of pure fear of OSHA threats now?
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    01-13-2022, 01:50 AM
    ....and that is why it works....
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    01-12-2022, 06:12 PM
    Ho hum. It's just more controlled opposition games from the usual suspects. It's all about keeping agenda items relevant in everyone's psyche since people otherwise lose interest, absent constant reminding, and move on with their lives. The top goal of such operations is to keep everyone's attention hooked into and focusing on the chosen topics, lest the topic ceases to be a concern to the masses anymore. It's a form of noetic mind control. One of Trump's job now is to keep injecting (pun not intended) the shots into people's psyches and also to help keep DeSantis relevant for his 2024 crowning as the next (fake) GOP savior.
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    01-12-2022, 11:41 AM
    Still nothing. Why even schedule the expedited hearing for right before enforcement starts and then do absolutely nothing? Were we just supposed to observe how clueless SCOTUS is and move on?
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    01-11-2022, 02:11 AM
    In Leo's defense, the yacht has been anchored most of the time he's been on it. Is there really a comet or other cataclysm on the way? Or is it a psyop to create yet more fear and submission? That is truly the million dollar question. The answer to that is probably only known by paygrades higher than Leo and Joe's. As far as the film itself is concerned, the ending is pretty fuckin' funny...
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    01-10-2022, 06:22 PM
    Leo is leading by example, of course. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-10382825/Dont-look-Leonardo-DiCaprio-eco-hypocrite-110million-yacht.html https://www.weforum.org/people/leonardo-dicaprio WEF Davos 2016. Pic was taken of front row as Klaus Schwab finished his keynote address. Lady between Leo and Joe is Klaus' wife. Not shown is Xi Jinping a few seats further down.
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    01-10-2022, 06:20 PM
    Has there been any update on the missing Danke?
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    01-10-2022, 09:01 AM
    Yep. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to immediately know he took a booster, probably required by various venues to perform, then stroked out or had a sudden coronary. None of the reported story leads to any other conclusion than yet another death by sudden vaccine reaction.
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    01-10-2022, 08:53 AM
    Damn I was really hoping it was fake news. For all the well deserved roasting Sotomayor has received for citing bad stats and whatnot there's simply NO excuse for a SCOTUS justice to legitimately not understand and be fully knowledgeable about the 10th Amendment. Yikes.
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    01-09-2022, 07:04 PM
    I've never seen such an empty medicine aisle at the grocery store as I did the other day. Cough, cold, flu shelves were 80% empty. Stocker said they're trying to restock as fast as possible but can't keep anything on the shelves for long.
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    01-09-2022, 06:34 PM
    She didn't really say that, did she? Makes me curious whether the OSHA Act itself has ever been challenged on constitutional grounds. Seems to me that the very existence of it would be a constitutional question, especially in relation to any businesses who don't trigger the (twisted) interstate Commerce Clause by doing business across state lines.
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    01-09-2022, 06:30 PM
    A good question. Hopefully someone in Ron's circle sees your post or if you have a Twitter, send a message to @ ronpaul and @ ronpaulinstitut. A Liberty Report episode devoted to your question would be great and is needed.
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    01-08-2022, 12:43 PM
    Remains an easy go-to division topic. It's not like he's trying to exit the limelight but everyone keeps dragging him back into it.... Besides, every moment spent on Trump this-or-that is one less moment that is spent on Great Reset/Agenda 2030 and related topics the media won't touch which affect us all. The digital prison continues being quietly built in the shadows and the wealth of the country stolen while everyone argues continuously about the puppets on the teevee.
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    01-08-2022, 11:49 AM
    ClaytonB - Not sure if you're being coy or are genuinely unsure but it's probably a safe bet to assume that Pizzagatey type stuff was going on there and similar Illuminatiesque rituals. But of course media says that's all fairy tale tinfoilery so that's probably not it.....
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    01-07-2022, 11:10 PM
    Probably some decision, if only a preliminary ruling regarding lifting or sustaining the current stay, on Sunday night or Monday Jan 10th, to coincide with the official enforcement date of the OSHA portion.
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    01-07-2022, 08:03 PM
    There's an extensive tunnel system running all throughout the island. Rock crushing could be used for filling in tunnels or making disposal of tunneling byproducts easier. I do recall reading credible (imo) reports that Epstein's network engaged in a lot more than just blackmail operations, which did indeed include arms and drug trafficking. Proceeds from those activities would go much further in explaining his relatively quickly amassed wealth and his direct sponsoring by Wexner (Wall St darling companies like L Brands are known for their ability to act as money laundering fronts, especially as their "legit" business avenues are faltering). Intel agencies and their assets engage in a lot more illicit activities than just blackmail/honeypot operations. Focusing purely on blackmail, as bad as that is, provides cover for much more egregious activities like running weapons to dictators to use for genocides.....see: Lord of War film https://hdonline.co/movie/lord-of-war/ which also makes the associate prosecutor's status as a DIA alum more understandable and makes Epstein's associations with Presidents (ahem...Mena AR airport) and Royal family members and Rothschilds, collectively the biggest gun and drug runners on the planet, more understandable. There's an older Epstein thread on RPF with a lot of info in it that should be linked into this thread for historical record-keeping purposes, since this thread only covers historical info from GMax's arrest to today. A lot of other good info is contained in older threads.
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    01-07-2022, 09:38 AM
    SCOTUS has to apply the law, not make opinions based on their personal judgements of what's "grave" or whatever other characterization is used. Does the Constitution permit a federal agency in the sovereign territory of DC to require private, non-federal connected businesses and individuals in the separate 50 states to do anything? That's the question. Feds don't have authority to dictate such measures to private corporations without voluntary consent. States and locals generally can under the 10th, though. Even with Obamacare they had to claim it was a federal tax, which is voluntarily consented to via registration of an federal EIN/SSN, to justify that mandate (though it wasn't really a mandate because the required loophole was built in to avoid the tax). A stretch but that had some legal grounding, at least. I don't have high hopes that SCOTUS rules properly but I'm thinking that Biden's statement about "no federal solution to covid" was front-running a very limited ruling. If SCOTUS ignores the 10th and affirms the Executive can contrive any old emergency, call it "grave danger" then order any old shit they want in response, then they've officially pitched out the rule of law and we're flying by the seat of our pants.
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    12-29-2021, 06:11 PM
    Fwiw, I read a comment on another forum about a week ago, posted by someone claiming to be a natgas trader very familiar with the gas system in the Northeast. Posted basically said the claim of shortages as a cause of blackouts is complete hogwash. The gas system up there is designed to never have shortages for various reasons and has been perfected over many years. If it happens it's for a different reason. Poster went into detail and very much appeared to know what he was talking about. Either way, the gist was definitely that if power goes out there it's NOT due a shortage of gas.
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    12-29-2021, 06:05 PM
    Sort of surprised at the verdict but still a cover-up of what it was all really about, at least for now.
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    12-29-2021, 05:59 PM
    I'm always conflicted on threads like this when the old ones die. Always hate reading the venom but I understand it, though I've made a couple of exceptions myself (ahem, that Senator from Arizona being one of them). Jesus reached out to the sinners, not the righteous, didn't he?
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    12-29-2021, 11:07 AM
    Awww I'll miss him. He was one of the few with the balls to admit on camera that federal income taxes are voluntary and by consent. Eye-opening for me at the time.
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