Hello, and welcome to http://www.R4D.info
These pages contain no thing more than the Beliefs ‘i’ hold at this time about the law common to “man”; beliefs ‘i’ do update as time allows; enjoy this site freely and if you like what you learn here, then please click the PayPal link at the top left and leave me a cup of coffee while you entertain yourself with the rest of the site.
West Virginia State Bd. of Educ. v. Barnette [319 U.S. 642]“If there is any fixed star in our constitutional constellation, it is that no official, high or petty, can prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion, or force citizens to confess by word or act their faith therein. If there are any circumstances which permit an exception, they do not now occur to us.”
Learning the underlying doctrines of real law is a lifestyle that will serve you for the rest of your days . . it is not an easy fix for your current issue so you can get back to your “Monday Night Football” or “Dancing with the Stars”.
If you seek silver bullets, magic words or secret potions (templates) . . you might as we’ll pack it up and leave now, cuz if you’re not willing to implement a change of attitude (lifestyle), sticking around will only frustrate you and the people that are willing to help you.
Technical knowledge (brain) is only about 7% of what makes up the foundation of the common law way of life you seek to implement, attitude (heart) makes up about 25%, and the rest is based on intuition (gut) which you will quickly learn to trust and develop based on your perceptions of right and wrong, so it is safe to say that you better learn pretty quickly how to follow your gut instead of your heart or your head.
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The following is the short list of things to do to get a glimpse of the world you believe Your “self” to be in;
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First, go to Craig Lynch’s YouTube Channel and begin to listen to all that interests you.
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Second, connect through Facebook, Skype and WhatsApp groups with folks who seek the same knowledge and wisdom you seek. There are dozen’s of these groups and many focus on specific subjects like traffic or property tax issue etc . . .
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Third, read “English Common Law in the early American Colonies” (specifically Chapter IV – Summary) to understand how the New England settlers molded a New common law system based on their beliefs, and how they otherwise abandoned the technical system of the English Common Law.
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Fourth, learn the difference between English words found in an English Dictionary and “LEGALESE” terms found in a dictionary of legal “terms and phrases” . . They both look like English, but legalese is actually a copy-written foreign language that only a “person” with a license to practice “law” has the authority to use. ‘i’ further believe man can only be held accountable to laws written in the common language he understands and that only Person’s with the knowledge of and authority to use legalese can be held accountable to CODES, STATUTES, ORDINANCES etc…
Example: Law is black and white = “Thou shalt not murder“
Code/Statute is the gray area created by attorney’s to allow the most amount of controversy possible giving said attorney’s as many ways to earn a living as possible. THEY take the 4 words of black and white law above and twist it into every imaginable contortion they can so that even THEY argue about what it all means while YOU pay THEM to watch the show.
To better understand why lawyers were tarred and feathered in colonial days, read that red book above.
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Fifth, learn the history and true meaning of the words you use as well as punctuation or you will never know how to write like a “[wo]man” nor will you ever know what is really going on around you.
For example, click on the following words to see if you know their history, what these words really mean and the difference between their use as a verb, noun, adjective, pronoun etc… claim, nice, argue, smart, require, trespass, wrong …
Learn what a PERSON is and read about this most important concept for man to acquire knowledge of if he is ever to be free.
Compare the following until you can teach the difference to another man.
words vs. terms (Webster’s vs. Black’s)
claim vs. complaint
require vs. request
man aggrieved vs. petitioner, claimant
notice vs. motion, pleading, petition
interfere vs. interference
wrongdoer vs. defendant, respondent
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