Archive for February 18th, 2011
I have in my possession a piece of paper called a birth certificate and on that paper it has printed a column entitled “name if any” and in that column is written in long hand Clive Albert. At the very bottom written in red bold type appears the following statement “WARNING: A CERTIFICATE IS NOT EVIDENCE OF IDENTITY.” It also states that it is Crown Copyright. This certificate is a notice of an event which took place somewhere on a piece of land on Planet Earth. The only people with first hand knowledge of this event are now long dead, there is no affidavit of truth signed and witnessed by anyone who was present at this alleged birth so this event is hearsay.
So this Birth Certificate is the property of the Crown as is the “NAME” Therefore if we lay claim to that “NAME” on that paper in the public we are in breach of copyright right law. So why in court when asked to state the “NAME” we do so? and by doing that we lay claim to it and any liability that comes with it. Which is why you will now have to pay for the crime in some way. Do not lay claim to the “NAME” it is not yours to claim.
You can say you are “a peaceful inhabitant” and you may call me friend or whatever name you wish to be known by.
There is a process called “The Four Corners” and it goes like this:
“For and on the record, I am here for this matter under threat and duress to correct a mistake as I have never been properly noticed and I want to deal with this matter honorably.”
Here is the break down of the four corners;
1. I am here for this matter under threat and duress.
2. to correct a mistake.
3. I have never been properly noticed (No meeting of the minds)
4. so I’m here to deal with this matter honorably.
Here you will find four audio files by Wendy which will give more details of this process;
For more insight into the four corners listen to Episodes 7,8,9 and 10 on this talkshoe call;
I believe this is our remedy for the problems humanity has. We have to learn who we are and who we are not, we must be peaceful and honorable.
I wish everyone peace.