Friday, February 14, 2014 6:32:52 AM
@ 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.
Friday, February 14, 2014 5:03:24 AM
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.
Thursday, February 13, 2014 10:50:13 PM
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.
Thursday, February 13, 2014 4:55:02 PM
@ 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.