Thought for the Day:

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

Thought for the Day:

For those that don’t know, shooting a gun is hard work.

Now we know why the Democrats hate them so much.

Just passing it along….


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The Jester’s Defense

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

The Jester’s Defense

Yes, you can claim to be an “idiot” and walk out of almost any imaginable court scenario that doesn’t involve actual harm to people or property. This is because when an idiot admits being an idiot, he cannot be held responsible and cannot be expected to make a sensible or responsible reply. There is nowhere the court can go with him and make it stick.

Why? Because he’s an idiot.

This is also called “The Jester’s Defense”.

Monarchs were prevented from killing, fining, or otherwise harming Jesters under the same provisions of law.

So long as you have done no actual material harm, and stand there and claim to be an “idiot” every time the court or prosecutor addresses you, they are stuck honoring the among the oldest traditions of all law: The Jester’s Defense.

As damaging as this might be to one’s pride, the assurance of an almost certain dismissal of charges when faced with charges related to taxes and infractions of vehicle codes and thought crimes and small quantity marijuana possession and 80 million other such legislative horrors, it could be well worth smiling at the judge and loudly proclaiming, “I’m an idiot!” every time anyone says anything to you.

Especially for poor people and those unable or unwilling to spend large portions of their lives learning administrative and martial and international and municipal law, this particular defense strategy is very simple and very hard for any prosecutor to overcome.

It does not require you to be or claim to be an “absolute idiot” —-
like a Medieval Jester, you may be perfectly functional, witty, light on your feet, and still successfully make The Jester’s Defense.

Likewise, it does not suggest mental illness, just an incapacity.

Just remember that once any questioning about pleas and so forth begins, you are limited to one reply: “I am an idiot!”

There’s a popular country song right now called, “What Was I Thinking?” — which describes a young man’s response to his own behavior and risks he took to romance a certain young lady at the risk of a shotgun.

Many young men who find themselves on the short end of a situation that leaves them wondering the same thing— what was I thinking? — would be well-served and well-advised to just throw up their hands in front of the judge and the prosecutor and say, “I’m an idiot!”


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About Law and Lawyers and Practice Thereof

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

About Law and Lawyers and Practice Thereof

From time to time we get accused of “practicing law without a license”. As with other licenses, we don’t need a license to practice law.

We also get “returning lawyers” —- Bar Attorneys and former Judges and Magistrates who are disillusioned or who have one way or another stumbled on the truth for themselves, and who are looking for a way forward. We all need to be able to shepherd these people into a new life along with the rest of us. So here, first of all, is a good succinct rundown of the facts provided by Kelby Smith:

“The practice of law cannot be licensed by any state/State. Schware v. Board of Examiners, United States Reports 353 U.S. pgs. 238, 239. In Sims v. Aherns, 271 S.W. 720 (1925) “The practice of law is an occupation of common right.” Oklahoma Court Rules and Procedures, Title 12, sec. 2017 (C) “If an infant or incompetent person does not have a duly appointed representative he may sue by his next friend or by a guardian ad litem.” Brotherhood of Trainmen v. Virginia ex rel. Virginia State Bar (377 U.S. 1); Gideon v. Wainwright 372 U.S. 335; Argersinger v. Hamlin, Sheriff 407 U.S. 425. Litigants may be assisted by unlicensed layman during judicial proceedings. NAACP v. Button (371 U.S. 415); United Mineworkers of America v. Gibbs (383 U.S. 715); and Johnson v. Avery 89 S. Ct. 747 (1969). Members of groups who are competent nonlawyers can assist other members of the group achieve the goals of the group in court without being charged with “Unauthorized practice of law.”

And furthermore, former Bar Attorneys who revoke their membership in the Bar, can continue to function lawfully as Counselors of Law. The one thing they can’t do is speak directly for anyone who is not an infant or otherwise incompetent, and instead must “stand at the elbow” of the actual litigant, giving blow-by-blow advice.

Loss of a Bar Card does not mean the Soup Kitchen for former Bar Attorneys. For many, death to the lies and frauds is a new lease on life and a new relationship with law in all its many forms.


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Tonight: “The Mueller Report”

After a nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, special counsel Robert Mueller’s report is complete — but many questions still remain.
Tonight, FRONTLINE and PBS NewsHour present The Mueller Report — a 90-minute special examining what we know about Mueller’s findings, how we got to this moment and what is next for the country.
The Mueller Report offers in-depth reporting from award-winning FRONTLINE filmmaker Michael Kirk and his team ( Putin’s Revenge The Choice 2016 Trump’s Showdown ), chronicling the dramatic events that led the White House and the nation to this moment through interviews with senior law enforcement officials, Trump insiders, attorneys, authors and journalists.
The special will also include a live panel discussion anchored by PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff — offering an analysis of Mueller’s conclusions with in-studio guests, and providing insight into what the report means for the administration and the nation.
Don’t miss The Mueller Report premiering tonight at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on PBS; ; the PBS Video App; and on NewsHour’s YouTube, Facebook and Twitter
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Ron Vrooman is Simply Wrong

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

Ron Vrooman is Simply Wrong

He thinks he is acting as an American. But he’s not.

He thinks that a “US Citizen” is the same thing as an American.

In fact, as can be simply proven, the two things have never been the same.

He thinks that a “State” is the same as a “State of State”.

That, too, is simply wrong.

He thinks that he can act in the capacity of an Oregonian — a State National or State Citizen of Oregon — and at the same time continue to claim that he is a “US Citizen”.

That’s wrong, too.

He even claims that he is the coordinator of the Oregon Assembly, but that’s wrong also.

You can’t act as a US Citizen of any stripe and act as the Coordinator (or even be a member of) the Oregon Assembly.

In these delusional assumptions, Ron is not unlike many other Americans who persist in error even after they have been shown the truth and even after it has all been patiently (and repeatedly) explained to them.

The ONLY thing that a “legal person”—- and all US Citizens are legal persons by definition —- can assemble is by definition a State of State corporation, not a State.

People acting in the capacity of Lawful Persons are the only ones who can assemble a State of the Union.


This is the Law, the Fact, and the History of it.

Ron Vrooman is welcome to stay a US Citizen of whatever kind, but he is not welcome to make false claims of American State Citizenship while he is doing so.

This is like a Spaniard claiming to be Irish and a member of the Irish Government to boot.

What he is doing is in fact anti-American.

Until he understands the requirement of singular allegiance to his State of the Union, he can’t do what he wants to do as an Oregonian and he can’t lead others to success, either.

Everything he is saying, preaching, doing is wrong and it is wrong because he can’t or won’t grasp the difference between “America” and ” the United States” and can’t see the difference between a “State” of the Union and a “State of State” corporation.

Don’t follow Ron into the same old trap.

He is doing and assuming the same kinds of things that I warned Bruce Doucette and the Colorado Nine against.


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The Reason for All the Paperwork

anna-2   by Anna von Reitz

The Reason for All the Paperwork

There is really only one purpose for all this paperwork, and that is to establish a public record and evidence of who you are and the capacity in which you choose to act. There is in turn only one reason to do that — and that reason is to protect you and your family from oppression and foreign subjection and false claims in commerce.

Your identity has been stolen and false claims have been established against your Good Name in violation of treaties, conventions, and commercial service contracts that both the Territorial and Municipal Governments owe to you.

Just as it requires action on your part to reclaim your identity after a credit card hacker makes unauthorized charges, this situation requires you to take action to reclaim your identity from this abuse by government service providers.

Beyond the paperwork involved, you need to educate yourselves about the actual Public Law you are heir to.

Last, every American who can qualify to serve as an American State Citizen is encouraged to join their lawful State Assembly and serve. There is a large back log of issues to be addressed and work to be done.


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Senator Lindsay Graham holds press conference on Mueller Report, live stream


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