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    "Compare the typical state driver's license with a Land Merchant Marine Card. BTW, AFAIK, courts martial proceed in admiralty."

    The rules of court stops the process in Indiana (they are not self executing however).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkin View Post
    "Compare the typical state driver's license with a Land Merchant Marine Card. BTW, AFAIK, courts martial proceed in admiralty."

    The rules of court stops the process in Indiana (they are not self executing however).
    Stops the process?

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    If the flags are in a configuration like that it is a court martial as in a court of martial nature. Most military jurisprudence, if not all, are admiralty proceedings. If I recall correctly it was said that in famous OJ Simpson there was a change of flags once the charges were changed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkin View Post
    A trust requires trust property. There is no trust property with a drivers license. A license is a regulation, by police power, of a state regulated occupation. Such as driving for hire. The state has a problem enforcing traffic violations, at least for those informed. They can do it administratively without the judicial, but there is no judicial power there. Or they can do it within the courts, which requires the use of the rules of courts. Claims and injury come into play and without jurisdiction of the particular case, government can do little to enforce without injuries and claims.
    A licence is a servitude. That is a critically important point.

    ..... not that they want you to know that.

    Just as a passport is property of the US government, a license is property of the state government.

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    "A licence is a servitude. That is a critically important point.

    ..... not that they want you to know that.

    Just as a passport is property of the US government, a license is property of the state government."

    For Indiana, this is not true. It is probably the same in all States. I have found, won't look for it now, a case in Indiana that actually defined what a license is, the court said it is to practice a regulated occupation. Which makes sense if you consider the police power of the State. Some occupations concern public safety, and driving for hire is one of them. If a man can get paid more by driving fast and ignoring signs and lights, that is a clear hazard to public safety.

    "Stops the process?"

    The rules of court requires certain things. A Claim, a summons, interested party, entitlement, ratification of commencement, are several of which a 'ticket' and the process for infraction enforcement does not provide. Now this is for civil tickets, criminal is a bit different, but several of the same things are still required. But, the rules are not self executing, you must know the rules and provide them to the court. This has worked in two States with civil tickets. They did not give the 'win', but abandoned their cases.
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    Ideally one never goes into court and settles things even before 'arraignment'.
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    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

  6. #16
    Best to call out a complaint for what it is. Someone complaining. 'STFU and stop complaining' somewhat politically corrected, should be the answer sufficient to keep you out of court.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkin View Post
    Best to call out a complaint for what it is. Someone complaining. 'STFU and stop complaining' somewhat politically corrected, should be the answer sufficient to keep you out of court.
    In Trust Law the beneficiary and the director [administration or management] can be one person. Try to think offices of one person [State]. One who comes with a claim UNDER contracts or trusts established can only claim Tort, Libel or Breach of Trust or Breach of Contract and perhaps some other causes which escape me at this point. However, one must claim such that relief may be granted. This means the claim must be QUALIFIED.

    Else the claim would be international - without the law boundary [surveyed close] of State. And one would then sit down as Husbandman to steward his/her claim. One would do well to study out the "fabric and formation" of Unam Sanctum to see whereof such claim might have derived.

    Hint: Jesus said upon this Rock shall I build my Church. Rock in that instance is FEMININE noun and cannot be referring to Peter. Rather it is referring to our Mother - the Holy Spirit. She births the man-child of Spirit. Ye must be born again. Thusly is the existing claim valid? Well it is if you remain silent!
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    It seems to infer that body of Christ founded upon the Wisdom/Truth of Jesus being the Son of God which IMHO incorporates Adam being a son of God and also, generally, mankind being made in the image of God. The impression I get is that all of the 'religious conflict' today might all echo the exact same theological and doctrinal conflicts or schisms that existed in pre-Joseph (Imhotep) Old Egypt. Moses appears to have existed at a time when Egypt was being given over to corruption (Sun Worship?) and it became necessary to preserve the truth of mankind's nature and origins among other things. The idea of mankind being made in the image of God is not something that those who wish to enslave all embrace.

    Moses was not a sorceror, neither was Jesus.

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    "The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius
    "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter." Proverbs 25:2
    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

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    "In Trust Law the beneficiary and the director [administration or management] can be one person."

    Any equity jurisdiction should be challenged at once. If someone would like to bring you into equity (into the consciousness of the cross dresser in the black dress), make him provide the document for the express trust, or provide the basis for a constructive trust. Or you will be subjected to the discretion of the cross dresser in the high chair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Joseph View Post
    In Trust Law the beneficiary and the director [administration or management] can be one person.
    Selective capacity. "A" could be a conservator of the peace while holding a job at a retail shop. If "A" had to make an would he do it in the capacity of retail inventory clerk or in the capacity of a conservator of the peace? Indeed, its possible to be a trustee of one facet of the same trust and to be a beneficiary of the greater trust.

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    "It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter." Proverbs 25:2
    Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. Thess. 5:21.

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