Saturday, October 26, 2013

To Those Whom Breach the Peace – or If the Shoe Fits, Wear It…

Knowledge will always enrich and enhance all of your doings and beings. Always seek to understand a thing from its base parts or data points. When you rely on another's conclusion you are opening the door to dependence and slavery. 
- Justin

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The following was written late month and I saved it as a draft and forgot about it.  I Am at a different place right now. Hover your cursor over the colored links to display the definition of the word from Black’s Law Dictionary and get educated on how “THEY” deceive you by changing the perceived definition of the word.
Enjoy…
September 17, 2013
policebrutalityI have always been a good COMMUNITY CITIZEN.  One that was respectful of others including our POLICE and otherLAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.  I have not been One who would judge another One by their job position.  I know we are “All One with Source” and therefore, “One with Another One”. I strive daily to be free of prejudices andjudgements.
I wish I could say All People are that way, especially our Public Servants.  However, since 9/11 2001, our world has changed dramatically.  Our Police Departments have been militarized, told by a criminal federal government that we are a land under the rule of law.  “All must obey our commands!”  Yes, Lord Vader! We Obey Mindlessly…”
UCAPVlogoHowever, now that I Am, One, with All, Free to BE and DO under the LAW OF ONE,  COMMON LAW, which is NOW theSUPREME LAW OF THE LAND, I Am now BEing profiled as a MEMBER of AN INTERNATIONAL SOVEREIGN GROUP by local POLICE.  As most of you know, the FBI and other criminal government AGENCIES have labeled the activity of these groups as DOMESTIC TERROR.
Where have the VIRTUES and COMMON SENSE gone too?
They should reside in the HEART of every MAN, WOMAN and CHILD on the Planet?  These virtues include:
  • PEACE -
    As applied to the affairs of a state or nation peace may be either external or internal. In the former case, the term denotes the prevalence of amicable relations and mutual good will between the particular society and all foreign powers. In the latter case, it means the tranquility, security, and freedom from commotion or disturbance which is the sign of good order and harmony and obedience to the laws among all the members of the society, in a somewhat technical sense, peace denotes the quiet, security, good order, and decorum which is guarantied by theconstitution of civil society and by the laws.
  • BENEVOLENT -
    Philanthropic; humane; having a desire or purpose to do good to men; intended for the conferring of benefits, rather than for gain or profit. This word is certainly more indefinite, and of far wider range, than “charitable” or “religious;” it would include all gifts prompted by good-will or kind feeling towards the recipient, whether an object of charity or not. The natural and usual meaning of the word would so extend it. It has no legal meaning separate from its usual meaning. “Charitable” has acquired a settled limited meaning in law, which confines it within known limits. But in all the decisions in England on the subject it has been held that a devise or bequest for benevolent objects, or in trust to give to such objects, is too indefinite, and therefore void.  This word, as applied to objects or purposes, may refer to those which are in their nature charitable, and may also have a broader meaning and include objects and purposes not charitable in the legal sense of that word. Acts of kindness, friendship, forethought, or goodwill might properly be described as benevolent. It has therefore been held that gifts to trustees to be applied for “benevolent purposes” at their discretion, or to such “benevolent purposes” as they could agree upon, do not create a public charity. But where the word is used in connection with other words explanatory of its meaning, and indicating the intent of the donor to limit it to purposes strictly charitable, it has been held to be synonymous with, or equivalent to, “charitable.”
  • COURTESY -
    the showing of politeness in one’s attitude and behavior toward others
  • RESPECT -
    1. A feeling of appreciative, often deferential regard; esteem.
    2. The state of being regarded with honor or esteem.
    3. Willingness to show consideration or appreciation.
    4.Polite expressions of consideration or deference: pay one’s respects.
    5. A particular aspect, feature, or detail:
  • TRUST -
    1.To have or place confidence in; depend on.
    2. To expect with assurance; assume: I trust that you will be on time.
    3. To believe: I trust what you say.
    4. To place in the care of another; entrust.
    5. To grant discretion to confidently: Can I trust them with the boat?
    6. To extend credit to.
  • FREEDOM -
    The state of being free; liberty; self-determination; absence of restraint;the opposite of slavery.The power of acting, in the character of a moral personality, according to the dictates of the will, without other check, hindrance, orprohibition than such as may be imposed by just and necessary laws and the duties of social life.The prevalence, in the government and constitution of a country, of such a system of laws and institutions as secure civil liberty to theindividual citizen.
  • JUSTICE -
    In jurisprudence. The constant and perpetual disposition to render every man his due.  The conformity of our actions and our will to the law.   In the most extensive sense of the word it differs little from “virtue;” for it includes within itself the whole circle of virtues.  Yet the I JUSTICE common distinction between them is that that which, considered positively and in itself, is called “virtue,” when considered relatively and with respect to others has the name of “justice.” But “justice,” being in itself a part of “virtue,” is contiued to things simply good or evil, and consists in a man’s taking such a proportion of them as he ought.  Commutative justice is that which should govern contracts. It consists in rendering to every man the exact measure of his dues, without regard to his personal worth or merits, i. e., placing all men on an equality. Distributive justice is that which should govern thedistribution of rewards and punishments. It assigns to each the rewards which his personal merit or services deserve, or  proper punishment for his crimes. It does not consider all men as equally deserving or equally blameworthy, but discriminates between them, observing a just proportion and comparison. This distinction originated with Aristotle.  In feudal law. Jurisdictionjudicial cognizance of causes or offenses. High justice was the jurisdiction or right of trying crimes of every kind, even the highest. This was a privilege claimed and exercised by the great lords or barons of the middle ages.  Loir justice was jurisdiction of petty offenses. In common law. The title given in England to the judges of the king’s bench and title common pleas, and in America to the judges of the supreme court of the United States and of the appellate courts of many of. the states. It is said that this word in its Latin form (justitia) was properly applicable only to the judges of common-law courts, while the term “judex” designated the judges of ecclesiastical and other courts. Law Dictionary:
  • EQUALITY -
    The condition of possessing the same rights, privileges, and immunities,and being liable to the same duties.  Equality is equity. Thus, where an heir buys In an incumbrance for less than is due upon it, (except it be to protect an incumbrance to which he himself is entitled.)  He shall be allowed no more than what he really paid for it, as against other incumbrancers upon the estate.  Law Dictionary:
  • ACCOUNTABILITY -
    When one party must report its activities and take responsibility for them. It is done to keep them honest andresponsible.  Law Dictionary:
  • TRANSPARENCY -
    1. Clear see through piece of thin acetate used to project an image onto a screen.
    2. A lack of any hidden agendas with all information being available.
    3. Degree of disclosure is minimum for all verified agreements, practices and dealings.
    4. Required condition for an open and free exchange. Law Dictionary:
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The power of government and our public servants are derived from the consent of the One People.  When One of the People tell their Public Servants, “We Do Not Consent.” or “We Do Not Contract with You Today.”, then you should say, “Thank you, Have a good day and be safe in your travels.”
With all of that said, manyINJUSTICES and VIOLATIONSare committed by the PRIVATE-CORPORATE POLICE every day to INNOCENT PEOPLE in the performance of their DUTIES asPEACE OFFICERS.   Unless you have ego issues or mommy issues, and you decide to act like One of these uneducated, ignorant Public Servants who are in violation of many of your own CORPORATE STATUES and REGULATIONS and who continue to Breach the Peace.
The following videos show some examples of how a majority of our Public Servants act towards their public masters.
Young People in DC Criminally Arrested for Selling Lemonade on National Mall

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Girl Arrested for Blowing Assault Bubbles

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http://angellucci.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/to-those-whom-breach-the-peace-or-if-the-shoe-fits-wear-it/

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