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  • He's Got The Whole World In His Hands. (Does It Get Any Clearer?)

    A thread from Facebook.

    Rule of Law .... and the principle of legality. ("Nullum crimen sine lege".)

    Learn, that with any/all kinds of "Administrative sanctions" (punishments) handed down by men and women, that it is a moral principle in criminal law that where there's no crime, there can't be a punishment.

    That's besides the total lack of "power" for men and women (with no "crown" support) to lawfully get to punish other men and women.

    < In a speech on October 13th, Archbishop Auza said the Holy See "endorsed a definition of the 'rule of law', which is both rationally and morally grounded upon the substantial principles of justice, including the inalienable dignity and value of every human person prior to any law or social consensus; and, as a consequence of the recognition of this dignity, those elements of fundamental justice such as respect for the principle of legality (Nullum crimen sine lege), the presumption of innocence and the right to due process. Likewise, regarding relations among States, the rule of law means the paramount respect of human rights, equality of the rights of nations; and respect for international customary law, treaties (Pacta sunt servanda) and other sources of international law. >

    "Nullum crimen sine lege" ('no crime without law') is the moral principle in criminal law and international criminal law that a person cannot or should not face criminal punishment except for an act that was criminalized by law before he/she performed the act. -

    Holy See to UN: Rule of Law unattainable without social trust

    Holy See to UN: Rule of Law unattainable without social trust

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    • Ross Bradley .
      The Holy SEE (as the lawmaking body) is clearly telling the UNITED NATIONS what is required, at law. (No one is above the law.)

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    • Ross Bradley .
      It's important to realise that All Acts, Statutes, Legislation or, Rules, apply only to those men and women who are CONtracted to or, work for the government corporations. As they are ONLY, the corporate rules.

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    • Ross Bradley .
      All men and women (born into or, living on the land mass called Australia) are under the Law of the Land.

      It's because we live on the land that was invaded under the "power" of the lawmaker, the Pope. (Many moons ago.)

      In learning of the "Doctrine of Discovery" it all becomes clearer. And yes, its for all men and women born into or, living on the land-mass called, Australia.

      < "The Papal Bulls that sanctioned the invasion and exploitation of Indigenous peoples lands all around the world are still valid.">

      < "However, the legacy of Terra Nullius remains with the Crown retaining the underlying sovereignty of all land in Australia."

      The question is (does it really need any further explaining?), just who/what is the "crown"? And just who, controls the land? (With ALL the people- the living beneficiaries of the land, as part of that Global Estate Trust.) >

      The Doctrine of Discovery

      Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia. One of the largest community based Aboriginal and Torres Strait...

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    • Pedro Pedrito Pedrin The problem here is that the Holy SEE has no power to impose over other countries other than those it controls. We have seen on multiple occasions that unless the rule (legislation, treaty, convention, agreement, etc) is made law within the governing borders of each rule (country) it cannot be sanction within but where externally agreed.

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    • Ross Bradley .
      No one can be a "sovereign" (man or, women) when they are "under" the law of the land they live on. That should be very clear to all.

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    • Ross Bradley .
      You better believe that that statement you have made is wrong, Pedro Pedrito Pedrin.

      Under the Rule of Law, all men and government corporations are all under the law of the Holy SEE.

      All Justices (Judges) answer only to, that Law and must abide by, the Rule of Law.

      Justices do not answer to corporate governments. (That is what is called, the separation of powers.)

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    • Ross Bradley .
      The 'head-line' to the OP article is so ironic in itself.

      "Holy See to UN: Rule of Law unattainable without social trust"

      Ironic? Why?

      It's because the ONLY (social) Trust that is now "valid" (at law) is that Global Estate Trust - and that many of us were "born into" (again, at law), and from the recording of (the "registering of), our "Live" birth date.

      We (as living men and women) are the living beneficiaries of that Global Estate Trust. The Pope (Francis), is the Trustee and the lawmaker and as such, that we are mostly all under.

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    • Pedro Pedrito Pedrin From my understanding the Anglican church separated from the pope long before taking over Australia. Given that the English crown is under or a backer of the Anglican branch of Christianity, would that make Australia independent of the Holy SEE? Bit confused at present trying to soak it all in!

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    • Ross Bradley .
      Churches have nothing to do with, the Law. This is where most people become CONfused. Or, have been truly indoctrinated. (Preconditioned.)

      This video is a must watch, for you to realise that.

      Truth About the Magna Carta

      There is a lot of discussion in many social networking groups about the Magna Carta and it is of particular...

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      Always, only an opinion.


    PS; Santos Bonacci .. (Public Statement for breaking Assumptions)


    Santos will himself realise one day (as will his many fans), that when you are living on the land, you are under the law of the land.

    If Santos has a Birth Certificate he will likely be a Living Beneficiary of the Global Estate Trust (at law), and be both under and protected by the Trustee, who is the lawmaker. (Pope Francis.)

    Truth and Reality combined, is such a hard pill to swallow.

    Just sayin' ...

    Jan 29 7:20 PM | Link | Comment!
  • "VatiLeaks" - Archbishop And Butler Did It.... (Signalling End Of Roman Cult)

    The beginning of the end of the (so called) corrupt Roman cult began, when:

    < Pope Benedict, had issued a decree for the Vatican to adopt international money-laundering norms to combat the financing of terrorism. This initiative would allow outside auditors to examine the Vatican's financial books. ....... For an institution historically allergic to scrutiny, this constituted a revolution. >

    Pope Francis then 'put the icing on the cake' with his Decree (issued Motu Proprio), that commenced on September 1st, 2013.

    Goodies V's Baddies - And surely, two unsung heroes?

    < As Secretary General of the Governatorate, he [Archbishop Carlo Viganò] spoke at the General Assembly of Interpol in Nov. 2010, saying that ......

    ....."the issue which needs to be faced is one closely linked to the process of globalisation which is now affecting every aspect of the life of nations, peoples and individuals, and is accompanied by political and economic changes which are often uncontrolled and even uncontrollable. This in fact is what touches most closely the lives of nations and individual citizens.

    [And] While it is true that globalisation offers opportunities for development and enrichment, ...... it is also true that it can cause increased poverty and hunger, which in turn can spark chain reactions often leading to widely disparate forms of violence.

    Nor can we underestimate the fact that the fruits of technological and scientific progress can, for all their enormous benefits to humanity, be used in a way that clearly violates the order of creation, even to the point of denying the sacredness of life and stripping the human person and the family of their natural identity".

    He went on to say:

    "The Holy See has always recalled this urgent need, conscious of the fact that the desire for peace, the pursuit of justice, respect for the dignity of the person, humanitarian cooperation and assistance are expressions of the just aspirations of the human spirit and the ideals which ought to undergird international relations.

    The Holy See has done so vigorously, even in recent days, as for example by intervening in the current debate on disarmament at the United Nations and urging all parties to reach agreement on definitive and complete disarmament"

    Pope Benedict XVI had appointed Viganò ambassador to the United States, a plum post where he would settle into a stately mansion on Massachusetts Avenue, across the street from the vice president's residence.

    "He went through the ordeal making it very clear he was unhappy with it," said one former ambassador to the Vatican, who attended the Vatican Gardens ceremony in the late summer of 2011. "And we just couldn't figure out, us outsiders and non-Italians, what was going on."

    There was no such confusion within Vatican walls.

    Benedict had installed Viganò to enact a series of reforms within the Vatican. But some of Rome's highest-ranking cardinals undercut the efforts and hastened Viganò's exile to the United States. > WP -

    Suspect? Cardinal Bertone...

    Pope Francis 'furious' at senior Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone's plan to 'retire in four-storey penthouse'

    < Pope Francis is reportedly furious at the plans of a former senior member of the clergy, who hopes to retire in a palatial penthouse apartment overlooking Rome.

    Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone was appointed secretary of state - one of the most senior positions in the Church - by Pope Benedict XVI in 2006, and retired last October.

    Claims that Bertone planned to create a lavish home emerged in April, and came to a head in late May when Italian gossip magazine, Chi, published a photo of the renovation atop the Palazzo San Carlo building in the Italian city. >

    That above story:

    "The [VatiLeaks] scandal first came to light in January 2012 when Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi published letters from Carlo Maria Viganò, formerly the second ranked Vatican administrator to the Pope, in which he begged not to be transferred for having exposed alleged corruption that cost the Holy See millions in higher contract prices. Viganò is now the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States.

    On Friday (May 25) 2012 ....Vatican police announced the arrest of a person who was "illicitly in possession" of confidential Vatican documents.

    The person was later revealed to be Paolo Gabriele, Pope Benedict's "assistente di camera," or butler. WP

    The butler read letters fleshing out how Viganò, an ambitious enforcer of Benedict's good government reforms, had earned powerful enemies.

    < In early 2011, a series of hostile anonymous articles attacking Viganò began appearing in the Italian media.

    Under duress, Viganò appealed to the pope's powerful second in command, Secretary of State Tarcisio Bertone. Bertone was not sympathetic and instead echoed the articles' complaints about his rough management style and removed Viganò from his post. >

    Angelo Sodano, John Paul II's secretary of state and Bertone's predecessor, was not exactly a fan of Bertone...

    < Bertone worked diligently to consolidate power. His allies control the church's main financial institutions, prompting one official to write in a leaked document that traditional checks and balances had been ignored. "They say that our principal point of reference is the Secretary of State," the letter read, "yet in many cases he's precisely the problem." Bertone's position also meant he presided over the Vatican Bank, a post he appeared to use to impede Benedict's financial reforms. > WP

    The Butler? (The pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele.)

    "Seeing evil and corruption everywhere in the church, I finally reached a point of degeneration, a point of no return, and could no longer control myself," Gabriele explained to Vatican investigators.

    Of interest: Vatican Bank : MAFIA TODAY

    Always, only an opinion.


    ps: Proof in the pudding?

    Vatican Bank Net profit fell 97% last year - News Directory

    Jul 8, 2014 - Year past, the Vatican bank's profit fell by 97%, from 86.6 million to EUR 2.9 million. The so-called bank official called Institute religious work ..

    Jan 25 5:57 AM | Link | 1 Comment
  • Pay No Bank Loans, Credit Cards, All Finance, Council Rates... Etc

    We have fun in our Facebook Group. We discuss both the Law and how we can use it to avoid the "Fraud" that the corporations of the world are involving us all in.

    Yes, it's slavery.

    What we have learned through research and from many others, is that (historically) and within the western world, Law (itself), must at all times - be supported by, a "crown".

    And that since at least 1302, (with Unam sanctam) the crown has been a single living sovereign man called, the Pope.

    We also feel that this current Pope (Francis) would like to see a world under him, get back to the basic fundamentals of Law:

    *Do no Harm

    *Do not Deceive

    We've also learned that "breaking the law" has no statute of limitations. Breaking Law is ad infinitum. (Nuremburg). There could never be any limitations on a matter that can be proven wasn't lawful to begin with. (ab initio. Adam and Eve.)

    It's the "power", of Law.

    The following query came from a member of the group:

    Sascha Planert writes:

    January 7 at 7:51pm

    "One of my friends is considering breaking out of their mobile phone contract as they cannot afford it. ... They however do not wish to pay the early termination charges associated with Cancelling the plan.

    ....... I work for her phone company and the only cases I am aware of when a customer's etc's have been waved are when said phone company has provided unsatisfactory service to a customer.

    Is there any way she could avoid paying the termination fees?"

    My immediate reply came:

    • She tells them that (at Law) this corporate 'fiction' CONtract no longer has and never did have any perceived "power" (that it has no crown backing, at Law), and that she (and we) will hold this man or, women personally and commercially LIABLE ... should she not be advised within 7 days, that the CONtract is now over. (And should she ever be hearing of any further to do with it, in times ahead.)

      It's that simple.

      Learn why it's unlawful?

      That they had no 'power' in law... and it's because, and as the video tells us (in real terms), that the "crown" the "royals" had, was always only 'on loan' from corrupt Popes [to commit fraud], throughout the centuries.

      And for a considerable financial arrangement in return, and as such it (all the "royals" were involved in), was all unlawful in what they did, Ab Initio. (As, they only had "pretend" power or, what was - a non existent sovereignty.)


      Bank Loans, Credit cards, all Finance, council Rates..etc

    • Ross Bradley .
      So all Bank (home) loans are all 'in the same boat' ... yet the current bank manager may not have been the initial man/women who committed the fraud knowingly or, unknowingly - and on behalf of the bank (being the corporation the loan was facilitated with or, on behalf of at the time), so he/she is not who that unlawful CONtract was made out, with.

      You tell him/her your existing manager of the fraudulent loan and (yes, surprise, surprise), that you now wish to close this fraudulent contract down.

      (As you are the living beneficiary of their Fraud Trust.)

      And that as the original loan was not from him/her (that it was a loan from the corporate bank), the bank (as my good Mate Gary points out within another thread), that as it was 'they' (the originator of that loan facility) who was party to or, actually invented the Fraud (and on behalf of the bank), that 'they' (the originator of that loan facility and the "bank"), can now get to all deal with the Lawful consequences in whatever way they may decide, among themselves.


      Because this fraudulent (deceptive) loan is no longer a problem of yours, is what you are firmly telling them. Full stop!

      So ...

      Please advise me in 7 days and in writing/with your wet ink signature that the loan no longer exists or, you yourself will become personally both commercially and fully liable for this fraud - and as has been pointed out to you. Thank you. (And you then hand them the "legal" advise, advising him/her, of all that - all that has been mentioned to him/her, in this meeting.)

      If he/she doesn't, you already have a "Commercial Lien" to use against them prepared (their law), ready to "serve" (and activate) on day # 8.



      • If I loan another my or, my brother's car for the purpose, so it can be used as part of committing a crime (they even pay me $$'s for it), and lets just say, as the "get-away" car in a hold-up robbery - I'm just as guilty as the actual robbers, as I've made a profit from the proceeds of crime.

        Disregarding the forfeit 'rules' (in my case), my brother is always and remains, the "owner" of that car. (As he knew nothing of the crime.)

        The "crown" power at law, in itself (and, from centuries of corrupt Popes/the Holy See, the Vatican), was only ever, always, on "loan" to the "royals".

        They were always only 'renting' the "crown car" to commit the fraud with. The crown is returned to the owner - and the Holy See, that then rids itself of the corrupt Pope (Benedict) and it remains just that, the "crown". (At law.)

    Always, only an opinion.


    ps; Those that get in the "queue" first ... will be those who will 'wisely' obtain the resources needed - for going forward.

    Jan 18 9:47 PM | Link | 1 Comment
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