Malcolm Ramsay wrote:I have to say I would be very surprised if there were any significant successes.
I'm not sure where the idea (of a fictional person being created at birth) originated, but from the responses that have been referred to on this site, it seems to be news to everyone in the legal system. It's true there must have been some legal gymnastics for them to rule that a corporation is a 'person', so I'm prepared to believe there's a grain of truth in it; but unless someone can point either to something in a statute or to some ruling in a court case, then I think the courts are simply going to dismiss it as nonsense.
I won't list all the associated ideas that stretch my credibility, but I have read Guy Euden's Accepted For Value articles three times and I must say I can't make any sense of them at all. For example he seems to base some of it on the idea that Britain declared itself bankrupt in 1869 (although he doesn't quote any text from the Bankruptcy Act to support it) and that therefore all debts of individual citizens are forgiven. But the country's debts are not the same as the individual citizens' debts, and anyway a bankruptcy clears existing debts - it certainly doesn't prevent you taking on new ones.
There are some serious flaws at a deep level of our economic systems; the most serious being the fact that the law recognises no birthright to the use of land, and the fact that money, in its present form, naturally flows toward people who have more than they need. Both these things perpetuate inequality and it will probably take some kind of rebellion to get them changed, so a site like this has the potential to make a big difference. But some people are clearly causing themselves a lot of trouble using the ideas presented here, and as far as I can see that's all that can be expected.
arten wrote:In the OP you ask are there any success stories that depends what you mean by the word success. I have seen success stories on this board. People being stopped by police and arguing for there common law rights is a success in my eyes. People fighting the banks and every day you don't have to pay back money they allege you owe is a Big Success in my eyes.
Mate don't look for success in others, lead the way do not folow the Master, Become the Master and here I mean of your own Fate to paraphrase Invictus
oghene wrote:Here is a link to Blackstones commentaries on the Laws of England
" Persons also are divided by the law into either natural persons, or artifical. Natural persons are such as God of nature formed us: artificial are such as created and devised by human laws for the purposed of society and government; which are called corporations or bodies politic."
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