Chapter 32: Conclusion and Final Words
There are many options presented in this book as the reader can see. I want to remind everyone who contemplates stepping into the court arena and declaring themselves to be a Freeman or Woman and find themselves taking this approach to life ……..to be careful, walk gently, study thoroughly and make friends with others on the same page as you. It can turn out to be very helpful if or when you find yourself in jail and the system refuses to allow you to file paperwork or use a Notary or attempts to do some awkward but criminal act. These things are rare, but they do occur more and more as people wake up, and this will continue to occur until there are enough of us to bring the criminals to their knees. Each person should also consider becoming a Notary. It’s not that difficult. Then you can each notarize each other’s documents and create private courts. That’s the idea. Bring back the original Supreme court in the county, ala Leroy Schweitzer and Dan Peterson. Too bad these guys were religious fanatics and incapable of being reasoned with. My advice is: Don’t go to war with the United States. Make Peace instead.
Each person who learns and applies the material contained in this book, helps to make this country more free. Each officer that has to deal with the wrath of an injured party, who is learned in law, is one less officer that will be taking advantage of people. The same goes for the prosecutors and judges.
When cornered, it’s much better to have these weapons at your disposal than to be looking for freedom and having to pay a lawyer who is bound by oath to the court first, and bound to sell you down the river in the long run.
And finally, don’t use law to wage war on others who are less intelligent or less learned in law as you are…..that’s the role of the criminals we are fighting. Have compassion for others and give people a chance to fix the problem before you escalate it into a conflict. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. An eye for an eye, and we will all be lost in the dark bumping into each other. Let’s create the world we want to live in.
I leave you with these very two important items:
If you want to know who the judges respect and who they don’t, just read the following passages:
“He who consents to an act is not wronged by it.” – California Civil Code at 3515
“The law helps the vigilant, before those who sleep on their rights.” – California Civil Code at 3527