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Author Topic: Learn the law and be well disposed to use it  (Read 698 times)


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Learn the law and be well disposed to use it
« on: December 31, 2008, 10:46 PM NHFT »

This is long, so pick a time when you can listen and work or whatever. If we get a few activists on this legal action it might have a huge impact. It exposes the ubiquitous financial corruption and what We the People can do about it. Walter Burien:

This is really long, but it watchable 25 minute segments. [From Richard J. McDonald]: The main principles are good to know and Given your desire to know the law, I just stumbled across these online videos, and they really EXPLAIN well what's occurring in the court room, and the courts' ties to money and banking.

I think this will provide you with a GREAT conceptual overview and framework with which to string upon the various details that one will always come across.

Have the concepts presented below in your mind, and you're going to have an extreme advantage in terms of understanding law and finance.

Common Law, Seminar: Winston Shrout with 'Solutions in Commerce' - Fort Collins (all parts) [VID]:


See my interview with him by google/video richard cornforth sovereign solutions
« Last Edit: January 01, 2009, 11:32 AM NHFT by MTPorcupine3 »

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Re: Learn the law and be well disposed to use it
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2009, 04:00 PM NHFT »

Not sure what your asking for.
The only thing I can ascertain is you don't like the current quasi format.
Do you want a private banking system? Or a public banking system?

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