Apr 06 2011
The court system operates thus: One can have a completely logical theory, leading to a completely logical conclusion, but if the premise and the foundation is faulty from the beginning, the entire experiment is false. This is why our consent is so important. It is we who make ‘real’ their nonsense, via our acceptance of their insanity. This is why they rely upon our self-accusation and confession, in order for us to accept our penance. Who in his right mind would jump through hoops such as these. No wonder they deem us incompetent! It seems that when we go along with their idiocy, they are as stunned as we are by our response, except that they have now come to expect it, given how we have been programmed to believe that there is an authority outside ourselves and never trusting our own spirit selves. We must let them know that we are not incompetent, lost, abandoned, minor, or dead.
Entering a plea is what passes executorship from us to the judge who is then empowered by us to ‘administer’ the constructive trust (the case) or probate the estate, and he, in concert with the prosecutor, will try every trick in the book to get us to take on the role of trustee of the constructive trust/case, by making us admit to being a name/trust (which would be committing perjury because men and women cannot BE a name), thereby making us liable for the debt, confessing our crime, and paying the penance. The liability rests with the prosecutor and we must be sure it remains with him. We must let them know that we are acting the role of ‘occupant of the office of executor’, so that WE can assign the trustee and make THEM pay!
Every court case is about the perfection of sacrament and paying indulgences. If they do not have our confession and consent, they are stymied from passing the liability. Never admit to the name. If we are threatened with arrest warrants because “John Doe did not appear”, then we can say, “Well, alright, I’ll tell you, but I warn you that, when the name applies to me, it is private and any commercial use of it is absolutely prohibited.” Never enter a plea, as that is relinquishing your executorship to the judge. Never consent to anything, unless you add that you will comply under duress. Never accept an offer (everything is an offer); always counter-offer, and never confess to a crime as it is this which makes us liable for penance. If you hate to go to court, and you have a friend who loves to go to court, then appoint him as co-executor to order the trustee to settle THEIR debt to the estate.
We must be very careful not to fall into their many, many traps. It is all about being able to stay in charge and not get misled. Always ask questions. If, in our asking, they order a psych evaluation, we must be nimble enough to realize that the judge is admitting to HIS incompetence and maybe we ought to get someone else, who understands trust law, into his position of trustee. We must learn that everything they say is an offer and we have the right to decline it or counter offer.
The “Appointment of Lawful Executor” letter to the prosecutor ought to bring it all to a screeching halt, as he is the one who stands to lose. Ergo, will he take the chance on getting us to take the bait when he knows we know how to stand our ground? The prosecutor is the one who makes the “accusation” which will be against himself, as “pro se” means self and “cutis” means flesh, which means he is taking on the position of Defendant, in hope of passing it, like a hot potato, to the executor - the man. If the man maintains his position as executor, and declines to enter a plea, the only thing the prosecutor can do is hope that the judge can throw you off, but, will he really take the chance? The prosecutor will then be the one obligated to make the “confession” and then to pay the “penance”. All court cases are about the “sacrament of penance”.
Wouldn’t the pro se cutor prefer to withdraw the charges, as opposed to risking being stuck with them?