> What "things" have changed since that time?
The consciousness of the people has changed. Their willingness to waive
rights for privileges has never been higher.
> Have the laws that protect
> the unalienable Right to use the public highways changed, or have the
> state(s) continued to willfully ignore those Rights?
Since winning the drivers license, registration and insurance issues
three times three different ways in California, I can only conclude that
the people (at least the ones I personally know) cannot be bothered to
know law or about rights and other involved issues that take more than
15 minutes of thought. The last time I won, the judge read a short list
of reasons why I won to the filled courtroom, and then the next guy who
was charged with the exact same charges as I was, and standing directly
in line behind me, proceeded to plead guilty and accept punishment.
Apparently he had been day-dreaming during the preceding twenty minutes.
That was the last time I ever had to deal with the issues, in 1985.
There have been a few key facts revealed here on this list that go
routinely ignored by most, because voluntary slavery is very
comfortable, until it isn't anymore. One is the true status of what
people call, without knowing which ones they are, "the legal tender
laws". It is very important to know Thomas Jefferson's (as an example
of a free man from that period) definition of "dollar" that is
permanently enshrined in the law. Then if one thinks that is a wrong
definition, one should offer the new one and the date they believe it
came into existence. Anyone here care to give it a shot?!
(Oops! That could be interpreted as a Socratic question, so let me
provide my answer: Barry might deign it worth his time because it is his
list.) I personally get tired repeating myself.
On another note, the last two days have provided me with two
confrontations with city police wherein I was asked for identification.
The encounters ended without me showing any "ID" (I know what the Q in
IQ stands for...what does the D in ID stand for??) but both parties were
invited to drop any official persona and act as friends in the
neighborhood. This invitation was accepted and they got my nickname
that friends call me, and they never said they wanted any more. I
educated them, and let them know that I would never use the violations I
showed them they were already guilty of in connection with these two
meetings we had (a freebie??). Because I did not want to waste time, I
dismissed them after proving that they were not ready for trouble and
that nobody wanted any anyway, right?
The technical brick was California Penal Code 810 among a few others.
Imagine when asked for ID, and if you are in a hurry, you reply with (in
a strange alien sounding voice) "take me to your leader". Failure to
provide identification documents coupled with a demand for an
"immediate" trip to the magistrate, versus a trip that contains
"necessary delay" (such as with a rights waiving subject compliant one)
would bring into question WHO gets to feel your disqualification wrath
next, according to PC810 provisions. Today my contestant for
credibility explained that no magistrate is on duty on Saturday. I told
him how finding malfeasance and misfeasance was not as challenging as it
once had been and that he probably would not want to cause trouble by
having me require the law be followed in every jot and tittle!
So, instead, we all decide to have a nice day, right? Right. OR we are
off and having fun in a new charade designed to keep locals apparently
employed. This is the subject for discussion I would raise with the
first person I failed to disqualify (so far, nobody has qualified,
boo-hoo-hoo!): Would you like this to cost the system the most or the
least? I can modify my reactions in the interests of the common good,
but current events have me in a quandary. Only a few years ago when I
was being trained to manage a few million dollars of what I refer to as
"mind money", there were only "3 trillion dollars" in the world's credit
system. Today, the number grows by billions with each breath. Last
biggest number I heard was in the hundreds of trillions. I cannot find
a volunteer Certified Public Accountant who wants to go on record
auditing and preparing tax returns for the monetary instruments that I
present to him for that purpose, which I received in trade or in return
for my time, etc. None has yet known of the Kahre case!!! So, are we
after a big bottom line on this case, or the smallest possible? I will
try to please! Are we laying them off or making busy work for them??
How many can we cram into this bus??
> I believe the
> issue yet remains unresolved regarding what is a right and what is a
> privilege, with all it's regulations and fees, fines, etc. It all
> seems to be a matter of view point, with the courts having an agenda
> to not reveal the complete truth to an ignorant public.
It's a matter of admissions and confessions made by the proud arrogant
ignorant willing subjects who waive the right in return for the
privilege. It's because of lies they believe and even defend! They do
it out of ignorance, laziness, stupidity, fear, cowardice, greed, lack
of morals, convenience and expedience. I never look to the court to
instruct me, even though it might do so. I look to instruct the court!
(If I'm in a charitable mood - as my time here runs out I'm getting