Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby treeman » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:50 pm

It is better to suffer every wrong or ill, than to consent to it. :peace:
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby glowstone » Mon Apr 05, 2010 2:36 pm

Id stand on my head...with pencils up my nose......and shout


WIBBLE! :clap:

The be dragged away!
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby pitano1 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:31 pm

glowstone wrote:Id stand on my head...with pencils up my nose......and shout


WIBBLE! :clap:

The be dragged away!


i woud not f@cking go there .

send their poxy paperwork back to them....NO CONTRACT..REFUSED FOR CAUSE.

we are talking bussiness here...courts?...please,`they are laughing all the way to the bank`

how can you stay in honour,with an entity that has none?

do you think these pompous arseholes are gonner play the game by the rules?

REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE..they CANNOT do a feckin thing without your consent.

their paperwork is just...STATIONARY ..until you sign it
ps..if i remember correctly their fancy costumes tie into the planet saturn..satan..court is temple of baal/marduc.
nasty stuff,with a sugared coating
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby treeman » Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:36 pm

Well said mate :yes: :peace:
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby pitano1 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:43 pm

cheers treeman.

allways nice to meet another fan of the legal system....lol
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby nomore » Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:05 am

Buzz wrote:That is brilliant. Hopefully I will never end up having to go to court, but if I do I will not feel in the least bit intimidated. :8-):

I bet there are many people on this forum , like myself, who are kicking themselves that they didn't know about this approach in the past, instead of "yes sir , no sir" in court.


Sorry if this next bit has already been mentioned. I am new and still learning :grin:
On the subject of using the "of the family" bit, it has just made me realise that really many Scottish and Irish peole are already using that method.
For example Fred O'Reilly - The "O' " part meaning "of the" , so he is Fred of the Reilly family. (Like the "O" in 2 O' Clock,) meaning "of the clock"
In Scotland John McDonald means John of the Donald clan.
Am I right or getting the wrong end of the stick :blush:

O means " son of" same as mac..we never had a family name until it was forced on us..you would have said "I am fred son of Reilly" many kept the dads name when it was forced on them to have a family name.. in England it can be found in wilson davidson etc "son of will"and so on....
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Re: Standing For The Judge/Magistrates

Postby Farmer » Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:15 pm

glowstone wrote:"Civil or criminal contempt sirs"?...


You don't want to be called 'Mr.', so why do you call them 'sir'? Are they knighted? Do they call you 'Sir'? Even in school I refused to call teachers 'sir'. It is a submission.
If you're scared of 'them' poisoning 'us' with some shit then maybe you haven't noticed the shit they are already poisoning us with.
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