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Longstanding investor in Looksmart (and a 70 yr old ex-tradesman), who has a passionate interest in the problems of newspapers along with their success in all their monetisation attempts made, on the web. For the "times are indeed, a changin", I feel. [17th of Aug, 2011 - Print media... More
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  • Corporate Governments Have Cornered The "Pittsburgh Pennsylvania" Market?

    Maybe he did see or, foretold the reality of the Guy Mitchell's song?

    For mine, his (William Penn's) work is a revelation, I feel. Certainly this unfinished piece as contained within the link below.

    ...... Bear in mind that the CQV Act itself was enacted in 1666 when Penn was just 22 years of age.. the linked story (AN ESSAY TOWARDS THE PRESENT AND FUTURE PEACE OF EUROPE - 1st published 1693-94), tells us .... almost exactly, I feel - what had been destined within Penn's mind, from over 500 years ago.

    As a foe of the Vatican, he would never have taken into account that the Popes (being fully involved in the corruption), would themselves find a solution, at law. ("Motu Proprio")

    "I say .... Justice is the means of Peace" - William Penn

    It appears finally, someone has been listening to his thoughts:

    What a thinker - William Penn (14 October 1644 - 30 July 1718)

    Wikipedia tells us:

    As one of the earlier supporters of colonial unification, Penn wrote and urged for a union of all the English colonies in what was to become the United States of America.

    ........... The democratic principles that he [Penn] set forth in the Pennsylvania Frame of Government served as an inspiration for the United States Constitution.

    As a pacifist Quaker, Penn considered the problems of war and peace deeply.

    He developed a forward-looking project for a United States of Europe through the creation of a European Assembly made of deputies that could discuss and adjudicate controversies peacefully.

    He is therefore considered the very first thinker to suggest the creation of a European Parliament.

    In a nutshell?

    Penn is talking of a/the (one, democratic) European Parliament above- with a ONE "Law".

    And we all must get to know now (just as William Penn would surely have back then), where that law comes from. (And it's fact, that he branded the Catholic Church, as "the Whore of Babylon".)

    Yet, Penn was more about a ONE European Parliament law. And now, there is.

    "Powered by"?

    A one law .. where Peace Officers at the 'coal-face' of society uphold the law - and in a ONE system of law, for all. (Do no Harm.)

    Yes. The unlawful "game" of deceitfully gaining societal "consent" is now over, at law.

    Always, only an opinion.


    Apr 04 10:27 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Constitution, Not Bible, Is Supreme Law Of The Land - Is It?

    ....... "The Bible is the exclusive textual foundation for Christians only-- not so for Muslims, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, agnostics or atheists." (Or, down-under here - for Australia's own Originals.)

    Forget the "issue" within the story ... the question is only about the headline of the story. And it almost equally applies to us, here in Australia.

    The Supreme Law of the Land?

    Story (Montgomery Advertiser)


    It's simple...

    We cannot have a law for one and a law for another... (Rule of Law.)

    The highest court in America and our court here in Australia just cannot "rule" (at law), that the Pope's "law" only applies to the indigenous of our lands, and ..... that it [the law] does not apply to all other people, living on those same lands.

    "The Doctrine of Discovery" -

    Always, only an opinion.


    Apr 01 9:37 PM | Link | 1 Comment
  • [St] Robert Bellarmine - "Rule Of Law" - Evidence

    Just could be the answer as to why there is never much said about the sovereignty of the crown (the Pope) in his role as the lawmaker.


    The following is taken from the book (page 557) "Law, the State, and the International Community". (By James Brown Scott)

    The writer is documenting the work of a Robert Bellarmine (1542 - 1621), and a man who was a definite 'heavyweight' at the law, in his time. (A Jesuit.)

    St Robert Bellarmine, S.J. (Italian: Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino; 4 October 1542 - 17 September 1621) was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was one of the most important figures in the Counter-Reformation. He was canonized in 1930 and named a Doctor of the Church. Bellarmine is also widely remembered for his role in the Galileo affair.

    The following is taken from the book, Law, the State, and the International Community (By James Brown Scott)

    ["extraneous" - irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with.]

    Ross Bradley

    23 mins · Edited

    What we Admins of this group are saying and what I am saying to Dean Clifford in our discussion is - for us to forget about the Pope and religion and yet, we should ONLY use, the Pope's law.

    It's the law that we are all under. That no one is above. It's the law that the "Rule of Law" applies to.

    Pope Francis says that:

    .......... "One of the cornerstones of the system introduced by this law is constituted by the so-called rule of law, as a result of which administrative sanctions may be imposed only in cases defined by law."

    "This I decide and establish, anything to the contrary notwithstanding."

    It doesn't get much clearer.

    Deprivation Of Liberty And The Rule Of Law - LookingConfident | Seeking Alpha

    All states are corporations. As a corporation, they are "registered" (ultimately) with the Holy SEE in Rome. - This then means that they are all under the Law of, the registrar. (Pope Francis, being the "boss".)

    Always, only an opinion.


    ps; Besides the Lawyers not ever wanting to make their chosen career path to become yet another 'horse and cart', industry.

    (Yes Folks ...... They ain't ever gunna tell us.)

    Do no Harm?

    Mar 23 9:51 PM | Link | Comment!
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