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David Merrill
03-04-11, 03:16 PM
I have no regrets about who I am and formation of this brain trust. I will be looking forward to heated debates with attorney-types as I feel what we teach here; mainly the redemption of lawful money is a serious infringement on the private intellectual property of the Bar Associations. What I am saying is that readers may find me remarkably tolerant of rants and insults.

For now, it looks like the Terms of Use is actually open for anybody to post here. So it is up to you/us - the Terms of Use. Admin may secure it soon. Fine. My thought is that we will develop policy as needed. This thread will remain at the top of the Topics and therefore be a constant notice of changes. So visit here often as you may be called on for a notice you missed.

Please tell all your friends about this website. Let's get it populated with great people and I think the Terms of Use will remain ours to set. For now, this website looks to be all about me - I hope that will soon change!



Regards,

David Merrill.

stoneFree
03-04-11, 06:15 PM
No regrets here either. And it will take more than a "you're delusional" to raise my blood pressure.

Bring it on Quatlosers!

Mark Christopher
03-05-11, 03:50 PM
David,
WOW great to be here and look forward to your posts. I find I have learned the most when polar oppositions are brought in. It is what I find mostly in the world when the subject of lawful money is brought up.

BTW beautiful Job Rock and Anthony. This does have that new car feel!!

To the Dawning of a Great New Day!!
Regards
Mark Christopher

KnowLaw
03-05-11, 04:39 PM
Please tell all your friends about this website. Let's get it populated with great people and I think the Terms of Use will remain ours to set. For now, this website looks to be all about me - I hope that will soon change!

Nice to be here, and to have a "here" to be.

With regard to the emphasized, me too. For those who knew me at the old forum, I went by the handle IanAnd there. Here, it's changed to KnowLaw. It would be helpful for any of the old members from the suijurisclub forum who happen to rejoin us here and change their handle would let us know who they are so that we can identify their persona once again in our minds.

I'm interested in furthering people's knowledge in and of the law. I wonder if there's any chance of repopulating this forum with some of the many useful tools (in terms of downloadable files of information pertaining to a variety of subject matters) that were once available at suijurisclub.net. Charles6 had some very useful files parked at suijurisclub that would be handy to have parked here too.

Sovereignty
03-05-11, 08:07 PM
Glad to be here as well.

I wonder if a "Start Here" forum would be a good place to
begin without having to wade through all kinds of 'stuff'
that merely serves to redirect ones focus?

I'm a concrete kind of guy that likes how the number 2 follows
the number 1.

David Merrill
03-06-11, 02:02 AM
Nice to be here, and to have a "here" to be.

With regard to the emphasized, me too. For those who knew me at the old forum, I went by the handle IanAnd there. Here, it's changed to KnowLaw. It would be helpful for any of the old members from the suijurisclub forum who happen to rejoin us here and change their handle would let us know who they are so that we can identify their persona once again in our minds.

I'm interested in furthering people's knowledge in and of the law. I wonder if there's any chance of repopulating this forum with some of the many useful tools (in terms of downloadable files of information pertaining to a variety of subject matters) that were once available at suijurisclub.net. Charles6 had some very useful files parked at suijurisclub that would be handy to have parked here too.

I have some directories full of interesting stuff! I will get to work with Admin about building a Downloads area or whatever we call it here. Thanks for mentioning it. I am sure that bell or whistle has been purchased, or it can be.


Glad to be here as well.

I wonder if a "Start Here" forum would be a good place to
begin without having to wade through all kinds of 'stuff'
that merely serves to redirect ones focus?

I'm a concrete kind of guy that likes how the number 2 follows
the number 1.

Thanks! I have done that already but just for my Lesson Plan (http://savingtosuitorsclub.net/forumdisplay.php?89-Instruction-Set) about remedy. It is off the Main Forum and called Instruction Set. Otherwise I think it easy to find and select an interesting Category and then find Subcategories and Threads from the main Forum page.


Have fun! It is great to have you both here.


Regards,

David Merrill.

Sovereignty
03-06-11, 04:25 AM
Not sure if I did this right? I posted in 'my' blog for Bouvier's Revised Sixth Edition, 1856 law dictionary http://www.constitution.org/bouv/bouvier.htm
and for Blacks 1910 Law dictionary http://books.google.com/books?oe=UTF-8&id=R2c8AAAAIAAJ&q=a#v=onepage&q=a&f=false

but I'm thinking perhaps we'd want these to be more visible? At the top/beginning? What do you think?

Maybe The Law by Frédéric Bastiat http://bastiat.org/en/the_law.html

US Supreme Court Cases & Opinions http://supreme.justia.com/us/index.html

David Merrill
03-06-11, 05:06 PM
Not sure if I did this right? I posted in 'my' blog for Bouvier's Revised Sixth Edition, 1856 law dictionary http://www.constitution.org/bouv/bouvier.htm
and for Blacks 1910 Law dictionary http://books.google.com/books?oe=UTF-8&id=R2c8AAAAIAAJ&q=a#v=onepage&q=a&f=false

but I'm thinking perhaps we'd want these to be more visible? At the top/beginning? What do you think?

Maybe The Law by Frédéric Bastiat http://bastiat.org/en/the_law.html

US Supreme Court Cases & Opinions http://supreme.justia.com/us/index.html

Maybe a Category - Link Library

My link library is called Picture Links and is only roughly associated geographically - one picture link near another. I try to title pictures with a related word so I can find the link easily with a word search. It's over 80 pages now and here is an example:



http://www.lawfulpath.com/ref/sw4qw/index.shtml

link to Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars paper

http://www.virtualchase.com/presentations.html

Internet for attorneys

US Codes

http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=browse_usc&docid=Cite:+28USC1333
http://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/RuleE.htm

link to Rule E

http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=1866496783791986992

Commentary on admiralty law.

http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/law/mcm.pdf

Rules for Courts Martial – United States

http://www.supremecourtus.gov/orders/courtorders/frcv06p.pdf

admiralty rules amendments

http://pe.usps.com/text/dmm300/601.htm#wp1064775 Domestic Mail Manual

DMM 601.4.3

http://198.187.128.12/colorado/lpext.dll?f=templates&fn=fs-main.htm&2.0

Colorado Revised Statutes Lexis Nexus

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/79955.pdf

Treaties of the United States

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/79955.pdf
http://img143.imageshack.us/img143/3391/passportsanitized.jpg

Passport Application

http://evans-legal.com/dan/tpfaq.html#notices

Notice of Lien/lien

http://www.direct.ca/trinity/yehoshua.html

link to James D. Price paper on the name Yehoshuah

http://www.ecclesia.org/forum/images/suitors/72foldName.gif
http://img713.imageshack.us/img713/6093/truebilltotaltheory.jpg
http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/7585/72foldcommentary.jpg
http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/7545/216gk.jpg
http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/2104/burningbush.jpg

72-fold name image link

http://friends-n-family-research.info/FFR/Merrill_72-weights.jpg

journal entry



So now you know how I look so smart; ha! ha! By just grabbing random stuff though, you will see if I try using some of that material linked I would look rather silly. Today is the first time I looked at the fellow assuring us that the banks dealing in the original birth certificate as a stock certificate are listed on the back... He wants us to "check it out" and I say if he was worth listening to he would have waited until he had one to show us before he told us to believe him!

Sovereignty
03-06-11, 06:36 PM
I see. I'm thinking that the dictionaries are something everyone should
be able to access without having to find them hidden on some page. Is
there a way to put a button at the top of this software linking them for all?

Darkcrusade
03-07-11, 10:08 PM
Thank you for the invites,so happy to be here and looking forward to learning lots.:cool:

Two suggestions: A Book category with sub-cats seems indespensible and so seldom seen.

And a back -up forum/meeting place &c.

Just seems like a smart thing todo with all the forums getting hacked/attacked/corrupted.:mad:

Treefarmer
03-09-11, 03:22 AM
Thank you for the invites,so happy to be here and looking forward to learning lots.:cool:

Two suggestions: A Book category with sub-cats seems indespensible and so seldom seen.

And a back -up forum/meeting place &c.

Just seems like a smart thing todo with all the forums getting hacked/attacked/corrupted.:mad:

In a sense, this is the back-up forum and meeting place to SJC.
Had SJC not gone away, we would probably all still be there and I venture to say that this forum would not be happening right now.

I really like the idea of a book category.

Bright blessings to all new members

YellowAdmin
03-09-11, 11:10 AM
Thank you for the invites,so happy to be here and looking forward to learning lots.:cool:

Two suggestions: A Book category with sub-cats seems indespensible and so seldom seen.

And a back -up forum/meeting place &c.

Just seems like a smart thing todo with all the forums getting hacked/attacked/corrupted.:mad:

Please offer some suggetions for the book sub categories.

David Merrill
03-09-11, 01:09 PM
Digitized Books:

Religion
History
Law
Mathematics
What's in Your Ebooks Directory?


Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars
Credit River Money Decision
Chattel Mortgages
MERS, CHASE, GMAC and Deutsche Bank
Thirteenth Amendment
Original Thirteenth Amendment
Fourteenth Amendment
Sixteenth Amendment
Admiralty Law
American Grand Jury
Attorney Attorn - Bar Flies


I think you might get me started with the "A"s. I alone can populate an eBook area if you set it up.

stoneFree
03-10-11, 04:37 PM
Speaking of "directories full of interesting stuff" - what is the source of this scan image? Is this FDR:
http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/4556/governmentbondslarge.jpg

".. if we can persuade people all through the country, when their salary checks come in, to deposit them in new accounts, which will be held in trust and kept in one of the new forms I have mentioned, we shall have made progress. "

David Merrill
03-10-11, 04:53 PM
Speaking of "directories full of interesting stuff" - what is the source of this scan image? Is this FDR:
http://img9.imageshack.us/img9/4556/governmentbondslarge.jpg

".. if we can persuade people all through the country, when their salary checks come in, to deposit them in new accounts, which will be held in trust and kept in one of the new forms I have mentioned, we shall have made progress. "


The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1933, The Year of Crisis. I noticed that you can see the 5-Volume rendition above me in this video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lg0obxZmqrk) about names.

Darkcrusade
03-15-11, 01:33 AM
Yes,as David Merrill wrote,and Taxes ,Government,liberty/freedom, Law(and sub-cats) Religion(& sub-cats)Money/gold/silver,Court,guns,war?

Or maybe a personal top ten favorite books of each member? (books you have learned the most from &c.)

Treefarmer,Great to see you here, a Shame about sjc,i lost more than a few postings there. i would hate to see this site built uo and than taken down.

and i also would like to see bean and his contributions/challenges addressed here.

Treefarmer
03-15-11, 02:04 AM
I have hardly read any Ebooks, but I can think of a lot of paper-books which I would gladly recommend.

I think I'll start a Treefarmer's Log where I'll put this info, so it doesn't end up getting buried in a thread where I can't find it anymore.
That was my biggest challenge on SJC, where some threads had hundreds of pages and I couldn't find stuff when I tried to go back to something I had read previously.

Darkcrusade, the truth will always find a way to get out as surely as God is never without witnesses.
Let's try to make StSC even better than SJC was.
I look forward to learning together.

Bright blessings

David Merrill
04-10-11, 09:52 PM
I had mixed feelings about banishing Motla68;


If you were reading, you might understand that I was relieved to find a valid reason to banish him. He enjoyed being a pain in my side with is hidden and disguised Strawman Redemption/UCC/Treasury Direct-style of remedy he called Coresource Solution.

When he omitted the remedy found in law, in finally revealing the verbiage on the Presentments that Coresource Solution was promoting, that was enough for me to determine he had to go. By omitting the Fed Act remedy, I determined that whether knowing or not, Motla68 was harmful to people looking to apply remedy.



Regards,

David Merrill.

Treefarmer
04-11-11, 01:29 AM
For a while I tried reading Motla68's posts, but I gave up relatively quickly because I could not make out what he was trying to convey.
His spelling was so poor that I often had no way of making sense out of his sentences.
When someone introduces a label like "Coresource Solution" and I still don't have the remotest idea of what that may entail after reading a dozen of his introductory and explanatory posts, I tend to dismiss it as crackpot or cheap bait or both.

It's too bad about that really; he seemed to have some interesting thoughts on some things, but his style and delivery were ineffective.

I agree with you David that obscuring remedy, if that's indeed what he did, would be highly offensive.
I'm saying "if", since I didn't read most of his posts and have no idea what it was he did or didn't do.

I wonder if we can find kinder, gentler ways of nipping his kind of behavior in the bud in the future, before it gets to the point of banishment, which is in itself offensive and a little primitive IMO.

David Merrill
04-11-11, 02:42 AM
Motla68 was quite unique in my experience. So I doubt that forming policy around him will be productive.

earthshake
07-04-11, 12:18 PM
Thanks! I have done that already but just for my Lesson Plan (http://savingtosuitorsclub.net/showthread.php?4-Instruction-Set) about remedy. It is off the Main Forum and called Instruction Set. Otherwise I think it easy to find and select an interesting Category and then find Subcategories and Threads from the main Forum page.

Have fun! It is great to have you both here.


Regards,

David Merrill.

David,

The Lesson Plan link above is broken.

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David Merrill
07-04-11, 04:00 PM
David,

The Lesson Plan link above is broken.

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Thanks for mentioning that. I have replaced it with a working link:

http://savingtosuitorsclub.net/forumdisplay.php?89-Instruction-Set

Ice
11-12-11, 12:33 AM
Treefarmer,

It was inevitable that SJC would fail. I predicted it long before it happened. Hypocrites cannot keep a forum together for long... members get tired of double standards and BS... and the "gods" or "karma" (whatever you want to call it) just won't allow it. You can't treat some people more special than others and expect everyone to continue to support you.

But the truth is that this forum may have happened whether SJC failed or not.

I've been toying with the idea of a "social site" for patriots ever since SJ.net was sold to LRG. My idea is a lot bolder than just a forum.

BTW, if anyone happens to be interested - the old site "suijuris.net" is up for sale (http://www.cubestat.com/www.suijuris.net).

Treefarmer
11-12-11, 04:34 AM
Hello Ice
Welcome to the forum.
I hope you enjoy your stay here.

I checked out your blog and was pleased to see that you are alerting people to the cancer industry scam.
Your guitar video isn't bad either.

Your signature line leads me to believe that you have an ax to grind over some grudge you hold.

It is written: "Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again."

Perhaps you will discover hypocrisy in this forum, and I trust that you will boldly point it out.
As long as you do so in a civilized manner, and in a way that is calculated to be enriching to the forum members, I believe we will all get along splendidly.

May your expectations be met and your dreams become reality.

Shalom

shikamaru
11-12-11, 05:19 AM
Treefarmer,

It was inevitable that SJC would fail. I predicted it long before it happened. Hypocrites cannot keep a forum together for long... members get tired of double standards and BS... and the "gods" or "karma" (whatever you want to call it) just won't allow it. You can't treat some people more special than others and expect everyone to continue to support you.

But the truth is that this forum may have happened whether SJC failed or not.

I've been toying with the idea of a "social site" for patriots ever since SJ.net was sold to LRG. My idea is a lot bolder than just a forum.

BTW, if anyone happens to be interested - the old site "suijuris.net" is up for sale (http://www.cubestat.com/www.suijuris.net).

Hey Ice!!

Welcome back, buddy.

David Merrill
04-18-12, 01:49 PM
Thank you for the invites,so happy to be here and looking forward to learning lots.:cool:

Two suggestions: A Book category with sub-cats seems indespensible and so seldom seen.

And a back -up forum/meeting place &c.

Just seems like a smart thing todo with all the forums getting hacked/attacked/corrupted.:mad:

I have been taking classes lately and have a break. So I will be spending some time updating around here; mostly about the authority of being a court of record, how to maintain the evidence repository etc.

Janadele
10-09-12, 10:58 AM
This seems an interesting forum, thanks for the invitation to join. :cool:

David Merrill
10-09-12, 11:40 PM
This seems an interesting forum, thanks for the invitation to join. :cool:


And thank you. Did you mention you are Australian?

Janadele
10-10-12, 02:03 AM
Yes, indeed I am. :) True blue, from the First Fleet and early settlers.

David Merrill
10-10-12, 11:08 AM
Nice accent!

David Merrill
10-13-12, 11:25 PM
Yes, indeed I am. :) True blue, from the First Fleet and early settlers.


I am always interested in heritage. I believe that when we find coherence between heritage and destiny we find peace.

Ice
06-15-13, 01:07 AM
Hello Ice
Welcome to the forum.
I hope you enjoy your stay here.

I checked out your blog and was pleased to see that you are alerting people to the cancer industry scam.
Your guitar video isn't bad either.

Your signature line leads me to believe that you have an ax to grind over some grudge you hold.

It is written: "Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again."

Perhaps you will discover hypocrisy in this forum, and I trust that you will boldly point it out.
As long as you do so in a civilized manner, and in a way that is calculated to be enriching to the forum members, I believe we will all get along splendidly.

May your expectations be met and your dreams become reality.

Shalom

It's been awhile since I've been here. And I ran across this reply that I would like to respond to.

I'm actually surprised that you would say: "As long as you do so in a civilized manner..."
If you've followed me at all then you would know I've always done my best to remain civil. But when others throw civility out the window ... is there any reason to remain silent? That isn't my style.

One of the biggest problems with forums is that people tend to read emotions into the typed word. And a lot of times those emotions they assume are there are not there at all.

But civility is something that was really lacking at the last few attempts to resurrect suijuris. And I'm sure it will remain elusive to them.

BTW, the "suijuris.net" name is still up for sale. LOL

David Merrill
06-15-13, 01:36 AM
Yes; I visited for a couple days now and they are behaving quite childish there.

xparte
09-20-14, 07:07 AM
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