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My Freeman Story

In 2006, I was contracted by Standard & Poors to develop a web based computer system to help manage exotic financial derivatives called Colateralised Debt Obligations and Credit Default Swaps.   I, like most people, had no clue what these things were, so in order for me to be able to write software to manage them, I had to be taught what they were and how they worked, which is when I realised that the financial system was heading for a crash of major proportions.

I also began to realise that I actually knew very little about what money is, and so in my spare time I began to research money which yielded further shocks, revelations and intriguing information, including an enigmatic quote from Jordon Maxwell that suggested my name was not actually referring to me at all but to a Corporation that was created in my name but in all capital letters (a completely different spelling) and that for all financial, legal, corporate and govermental purposes I was mistakenly assuming it was me and being tricked into contracts, finacial and legal obligations, as well as giving away my natural rights.

At that point, I came across a Canadian called Rob Menard who introduced the concept of the Freeman-On-The-Land which essentially empowers you to stand as an adult in legal, financial, contractual and governmental matters rather than an incompetent child.

A Freeman-On-The-Land is a man or woman in a common law jurisdiction, who has revoked consent to be represented and thus governed, and therefore is not subject to any statutory obligations, restraints, orders or by-laws.

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Freeman Topics

Conditional Acceptance

Conditional Acceptance is the bread and butter of Freeman techniques and can be used in a variety of situations, whenever an offer is forced upon you.   A Conditional Acceptance is a way to honorably respond to offers to contract or situations that appear to force you to perform some task or duty by throwing the burden of proof back on to your opponent and results in an agreement between the parties that there is no proof of claim.

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Notices & Affidavits

A Notice is a document served upon a party describing a requirement or situation which notifies that party of a legal process affecting their rights, obligations or duties.

In essence, it is an offer, and is used to notify people of your situation and how it affects whoever you are notifying, a good example is when you park your car in a car park, somewhere there will be a notice which will say something like "By parking your car here, you agree with the following terms, conditions and fees..." and it will go on to give you their fee schedule and perhaps some conditions for parking etc. The point is that it's an offer, and you are free to accept it or decline it or make a counter offer.

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Promissory Notes and Remittances

The key legislation that underpins the use of Promissory Notes and Remittances is the Bills of Exchange Act 1882.
It is a good idea to become very familiar with this statute as it says that a Bill of Exchange, once tendered, has to be treated as cash, and goes on to describe what is required to constitute a valid bill of exchange.

In a judgement by Lord Justice Denning, he said:

"We have repeatedly said in this court that a Bill of Exchange or a Promissory Note is to be treated as cash. It is to be honoured unless there is some good reason to the contrary"
(see per Lord Denning M.R. in Fielding & Platt Ltd v Selim Najjar [1969] 1 W.L.R. 357 at 361; [1969] 2 All E.R. 150 at 152, CA)
So, this ruling states that a promissory note, essentially a formalised IOU, that you can create yourself, has to be treated exactly the same as cash, but how can that be?

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Bank Loans & Credit Cards

Bank loans are just about the biggest and most profitable sleight-of-hand tricks perpetrated by the criminal banking enterprise, second only to the invention of credit cards which while they might seem very convenient to us, are very conveniently obscuring the details of the fraud by hiding the very process that might help you to see what is actually going on.

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Bailiffs & Debt Collection Agencies

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Driving & Travelling

Most people get into their cars believing that they are drivers, driving vehicles on the roads and that they require a driving licence, taxes, MOT or vehicle inspections etc. but like most everything

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Council Tax

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Utility Companies

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Police and Courts

Most of us are under the impression that Black Magic is merely fiction and superstition, after all, the idea that a black robed Magician, can use spells to summon demons to appear before them and have the magical power to order them to perform tasks can only be the stuff of fairy tales right?

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Statute Violations

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TV Licences

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Related Topics

Lawful Rebellion

The word 'Lawful' is defined as 'Being within the law; allowed by law' and the word Rebellion as 'Refusal to accept some authority or code or convention; An act or show of defiance toward an authority or established government'.

So Lawful Rebellion is a refusal to conform to an unjust authority that is sanctioned by, or in accordance with law.
Under article 61 of Magna Carta 1215 we have a right to enter into lawful rebellion if we feel we are being governed unjustly.

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Dealing with Bureaucracy

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The Strawman

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Making a Stand

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