TM, which is a corporation, a fictional entity that has the power to regulate commerce under Martine Admiralty law, or the law of the sea. As citizens, which really means employees, of the United States corporation, we are entitled to civil rights and privileges, written into policy by the politicians and enforced by the police. The citizens are also owned by the corporation as human cattle, or chattel, bought and sold on the New York stock exchange, and some come from better stock than others, as in live stock. The chattel citizens are allowed to keep company with stock of the opposite sex, and enter into a business relationship such as a marriage partnership, if the proper certificate (permission) is secured. Of course, it is none of the business of other chattel who some chattel choose to keep company with and enter into intercourse with. But it is very much the business of the corporation of the United States, whose corporate officers (police officers) tell the human chattel to simply mind their own business.
He who Makes the Language Controls the Mind
Pavlov... explained that man's relation to the external world, and to his fellow men, is dominated by secondary stimuli, the speech symbols. Man learns to think in words and in the speech figures given him, and these gradually condition his entire outlook on life and the world. As Dobrogaev [a Russian psychologist] said, "Language is the means of man's adaptation to his environment." We could rephrase that statement in this way: man's need for communication with his fellow men interferes with his relation to the outside world, because language and speech itself--the verbal tools we use--are variable and not objective. Dobrogaev continues: "Speech manifestations represent conditioned-reflex functions of the human brain." In a simpler way we may say: he who dictates and formulates the words and phrases we use, he who is master of the press and radio, is master of the mind. (p. 45, Emphases added)
Indeed, today's modern English tells a story and contains a hidden narrative that we have all been conditioned to believe in. This story is embedded deep within our subconscious, but we will never become aware of it unless we wake up; unless we are unplugged from the Matrix so to speak. In this post I'm going to attempt to tell you that story, but first you must understand, or stand under the foundation of the story so you can comprehend it. Just as there are Two Churches Only, there are also two laws only: one, the Common Law or the law of the land, God's law as given to Moses, and two, the law of the sea, which is the law of men or Maritime Admiralty Law.
Common law is very simple: common individuals, or commoners, are sovereign beings, they have inalienable rights that have been granted by God. These rights precede and transcend any earthly government or group of people. Sovereigns have property rights, they can mix their labor with the earth to produce commodities which they can use for trade or barter with other sovereigns. They do not have to pay rents (property taxes) to nobles to use the land. Gold and silver are usually the preferred money of sovereigns, because they are literally part of the land, and they hold their value forever. The only sins that are punished in common law are crimes, in which there is both a victim and a perpetrator. These crimes include murder, theft, assault/rape, lying, and adultery. Adultery is a crime in common law because a covenant has been violated; the spouse who was cheated on being the victim. Why? They based their entire life on the love and care of a spouse and with one act that life became a lie; the victim put effort into something that became a fiction. Lying is also a crime when it violates a contract or covenant; such as when a merchant sales you one thing but tells you it is something else. One example is GMO food; we buy it because we think it is food but in reality it is not. Under common law, people who sell such food would be punished. Common law is based on the law of Moses and was practiced by the Nephites:
Nevertheless, they durst not lie, if it were known, for fear of the law, for liars were punished...And they durst not steal, for fear of the law, for such were punished; neither durst they rob, nor murder, for he that murdered was punished unto death. (Alma 1:17-18)
And this one includes adultery:
But if he murdered he was punished unto death; and if he robbed he was also punished; and if he stole he was also punished; and if he committed adultery he was also punished; yea, for all this wickedness they were punished. For there was a law that men should be judged according to their crimes. (Alma 30:10-11, Emphasis added)
Common law has been passed down in certain cultures since the time of Moses. In 1688 there was a famous English revolution historians call the "Glorious Revolution" or the "bloodless revolution." The "Declaration of Rights" in the English Parliament was birthed from this event, which was based upon common law and the Magna Charta written centuries earlier in 1215. The Articles of Confederation and later the U.S. Constitution and specifically the Bill of Rights were also based upon common law, although the Constitution included a provision that gave Congress jurisdiction over commerce, known as the Commerce Clause. When I explain what commerce is you will understand the significance of that clause, and how it effects us today. One of the most important aspects of common law is that it stresses individual responsibility. When Mosiah set up the system of judges in Nephite society, the people all agreed to be accountable for their own sins:
Therefore they relinquished their desires for a king, and became exceedingly anxious that every man should have an equal chance throughout all the land; yea, and every man expressed a willingness to answer for his own sins. (Mosiah 29:38)
They accepted what is called "strict liability" for their actions, which is different from the "limited liability" we practice in America today. In common law, there are no statutes that force a person to have insurance; sovereigns assume the full risk of damages to others that could happen as a result of their negligence. There is an example in the Old Testament book of Exodus that illustrates this law of accountability. If an Israelite ox gored and killed another Israelite, there were consequences in the form of penal obligations ranging from financial compensation to even execution. The compensation was never paid to the government or judge, it was paid to the individual who was damaged or to the family of the one who was killed. This is how true justice works; there is no third party, i.e., the State, to arbitrate the case and receive the "restorative" funds. Those belong solely to the victim. As Alma explained to Korihor, judges were paid for their time but that was all. There were no "admiralty prizes," or loot to be taken by the third party, the chancellor, the captain, or the admiral.
What in the World is Maritime Admiralty Law?
The body of law governing marine commerce and navigation, the carriage at sea of persons and property, and marine affairs in general; the rules governing contract, tort, and worker's compensation claims or relating to commerce on or over water.
The prefix mare is Latin for sea as I pointed out above. Think of other words that have the same prefix or suffix: nightmare, marriage, martial, market, marginal. The word carriage signifies the act of transporting in a vehicle, and some ships are called carriers because they transport goods. Marriage is the same word but with an M instead of a C, which implies that the Human Resources who get married are traveling in a boat at sea, and need permission from the captain to engage in intercourse (meaning trade not sex; the mixing of maritime products). This is why you have to have a marriage license from the State. You need permission because you are also cargo on the citizenship, the great ship called the United States corporation. You're not free. If you were, you would have a "common law" marriage sanctioned by a priest. Marriage is an act that falls under the category of commerce and thus can be regulated by Congress. According to Bouvier, commerce consists of the following:
The various agreements which have for their object facilitating the exchange of the products of the earth or the industry of man, with the intent to realize a profit...Congress has the power by the constitution to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes... The sense in which the word commerce is used in the constitution seems not only to include traffic, but intercourse and navigation. (pp. 294-95)
In other words, they can regulate goods navigating between fictional borders and in the high sea, goods which are traded through trafficking and intercourse.1 They did not have the power to regulate people or their private affairs of barter or trade on the land. Based upon common law, these things cannot be regulated. Why? Because the people are sovereigns, they are the kings who own the land and the resources. They delegate powers to the government. The chain of command under common law is as follows: the people of the several states, the states, the federal government. However, if the people somehow consent, like sailors on merchant ships, by verbal agreement or signing contracts to receive certain privileges or payments, then they fall under the regulation of commerce as maritime commodities. This is how they get you. That’s right, my friends, you are commerce, a maritime product being shipped on the high seas. And words have been created to trick you into accepting your status as commerce so that you can be regulated. Pay close attention to the word plays that follow.