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Message Subject what are the advantages and disadvantages of declaring personal sovereignty???
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Its a total scam with Legal mumbo jumbo where you supposidly have some Magic words you can say and the Courts cannot touch you-

Look up Rob Menard fraud (a canadian Conman) for some good info on the scam- It works much the same in the USA.

The whole FMOTL concept is just...Well...Crazy. If you try it- You will be in trouble. If you drive without Plates and Insurance- You will be in trouble.

The Gurus who teach this stuff have never used it themselves where it has worked but "sell" the process to others who end up losing everything and sometimes even their freedom.
 Quoting: Goodmen 16778386

That's pretty much what it is. It's a mixture of 50% pipe dreams, 49% legal rediculousness and 1% actual argueable legal position.

On a very small number of points they are correct, however, the valid legal points get lost in all that shit and rediculousness, they never have a chance. But even when you separate the rediculous from the 1% and go with the 1% you still get shot down.

I'll give you another example. It is a long acknowlwdged principle of justice going back to the Roman Empire 2000 years ago that the law cannot compel a person to do something that is impossible. For instance there can never be a law that states you have to jump in the air and remain there for 10 minutes at the request of a peace officer. That's simply not possible. Gravity makes it impossible.

I was caught driving without my licence with me a few years ago. Naturaly it was impossible for me to hand it to the police officer. I was ticketed for "failure to hand over licence." I argued that since I didn't have the licence in my posession, it was impossible for me to hand it over. The law cannot compel me to do that which is impossible. I said the charge should be "failure to carry licence on my person while driving." That is not impossible.

The prosecutor didn't even have a satisfactory rebuttal for my defense. Again, the judge totaly ingored that 2000 year old principle of justice and found me guilty. In the end, if they want you guilty, you're guilty. You start challenging their system, you're guilty.
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