Court System Finally Exposed!

Submitted by: caper454 3 years ago

How to handle a judge. Knowledge is power.
There are 18 comments:
Male 6,227
@ Greekhop: Like you, I followed a few of the links and looked into the references made. I *did* find one thing of interest: a list of interesting topics suggested for research.

List of interesting subjects to research
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Male 116
I heard nothing exposing anything whatsoever in this video. Just some procedural wrangling resulting in a repetitive man being ejected from a court, and a tool talking b4 and after that. But it piqued my interest so I followed the links, maybe I coule learn soemthing. Nope. More tools talking, people unable to formulate a thought or sentance rambling on about self evident matters of bureacracy and of course, some esoteric hippy BS. I conclude this is for people who didnt or couldent pay attention in school and are now confused about the world in general.
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Male 1,745
I`ve heard of this thing before and to be frank, I have no friggin clue what it`s about. I remember hearing that if you`ve interfaced with the government under it, you`ve already assumed responsibility for your legal fiction identification so no more loopholes. Which covers everybody.
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Male 2,390
tl;dl
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Male 6,227
@ Caper454: Huh. Well, this is just too interesting to let drop. So you`re saying that in some countries, if you know some kind of esoteric knowledge about courts and identity and corporations, the courts are rendered powerless?

Which countries? And if this is true, why wouldn`t someone rob a bank or two--and then use this knowledge to walk scot-free out of the courtroom? This simply isn`t making sense to me.

Incidentally, I loved your internet map post of the other day. Please don`t take my questions about this particular post personally.
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Male 906
caper454 [quote]"I am fully aware that talking to a judge like this in the US will get you nowhere, but that`s only because the system is so corrupt."[/quote]

Says the Canadian.
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Female 511
The point is that when you end up in court, it is actually a corporation with your name that is involved, not YOU the individual. If you know the language, terminology, and rules, the court cannot do ANYTHING to you. It`s all a game that you consent to by not being aware of the reality of the whole thing. Yes guys, I am fully aware that talking to a judge like this in the US will get you nowhere, but that`s only because the system is so corrupt.
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Male 177
Let`s antagonise the judge before we begin, great idea. The judge will now look for the smallest excuse to make sure you are found guilty even if he may have been unsure to begin with.
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Male 37,888

Weird laws. I think asking a US judge for ID will land you in jail for contempt.
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Male 9
Kinda wish this would have provided at least SOME of the information it suggests.
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Female 7,836
If I even thought of doing that I would be banged up for contempt of court so hard my head would ring.To handle a judge, speak well and clearly, stand up straight, address the bench with respect and by the correct title. Ensure your barrister is competent and LISTEN to their advice. judges here have a LOT of leeway, so whilst the CPS and police might be gunning for you, if the judge thinks you are a decent sort who is repentant and will try hard they will be lenient. Play a trick like this and they will bring back hanging.
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Male 2,579
All courts are tied to the Queen of England. That is the point of this video.
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Male 97
Yes, lets tear up the foundations of civilization so that we can be "free" and "serve the light". What a hunky dory idea that is!

Same screwed up mentality as our t-baggers.
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Male 6,227
@ Caper454: I watched about half of this video, skipping around a bit. The best I could figure, the presenter seems to be thinking that asking a judge to produce identification--and telling him he has no right to speak until he does so--is a good idea. Your description states that this video shows "How to handle a judge." I can assure you, "handling" a judge this way in the U.S. will get you jail time.

On the off chance that I missed something, I asked in my comment, "Have I got that right?"

If I *don`t* have it right, please explain.
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Female 511
Do you guys ever watch more than the first 30 seconds on anything before commenting? A lot of this applies to court systems in the US and most other nations as well. There have been very similar videos in Canadian and US courtrooms shared on IAB recently.
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Male 2,030
Great for people to hear.... in Australia.
Also, The guy repeats himself 13,000 times before the real audio. We get it, it is super incredible and important... for people in Australia.
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Male 6,227
This defendant is questioning the legitimacy of the court`s judge and telling him, "You have no right to open your mouth, Sir!"? Have I got that right?

I don`t know about Australia or Canada. But in the United States, that would earn you a Contempt judgment and at least 30 days in jail, if not longer.

And well it should. You can`t allow your courts to be shut down by every smart aleck who enters them.
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Female 511
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