Show Me The Contract! by #29621 .....

Legitimate "law enforcement" requires a lawful basis and in actual non-criminal instances that means a contract.

Date:   11/16/2010 5:31:37 AM ( 11 y ago)

April 3, 2020 - What Constitutes a Lawful Contract? -

"No contract is valid unless it is in like-kind, achieves a meeting of the minds, is fully consensual, fully disclosed, equitable in nature, formed with equitable consideration, and executed in wet-ink."[1]* - Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America (unincorporated).

November 16, 2010 -

After years of first hand experiences which have compelled the "Son of Truth" Blog-writer to countless hours of study and research he now thinks that many (if not all) government enforcement agents are probably largely ignorant of the Fundamental Law of the land and soil jurisdictions, here in "The United States of America," while they go about enforcing codes and regulations. If this is true then it is up to the people to at least know the Fundamental Law of the land and soil jurisdictions that the agents do not know (and possibly educate them as well).

Unless people are restrained and fettered as a consequence of a lawful "due-process" (that is a Common Law Right that is guaranteed in every State of the Union) then that "restraining and fettering" is achieved, essentially, by voluntary cooperation or acquiescence. Government acts on the people's ignorance of their own freedom and in many cases their Rights to contract including their Right not to contract. So when an agent comes "knocking" (if they haven't already been stopped from trespassing at the gate) the lawful demand that is needed to be stated is: "Show me the contract that I have willingly and knowing signed (and executed in wet-ink) that obligates me to this performance"!




government enforcement, Fundamental Law, lawful due-process, government contract, Right to contract, Lawful Contract, valid contract, meeting of the minds, consensual, fully disclosure, equitable, equitable consideration, executed in wet-ink, The United States of America unincorporated


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