Uncommonlaw keep it simple

original source: 062

My transcribe of karl lentz uncommonlaw talkshoe 062.

I only transcribe what I believe relevant, I find this a much faster way to learn, take down notes and revise.

My following notes cover: simplicity, shall, tomorrow, code, open court, past, present, future, tenses, puzzle, license, dealing with police, order, involuntary servitude, slavery, compensation, send a bill, fail to honor the bill, confrontational, serve you, servant ordering the master, jurisdiction, complaint, my show is about,

You want to tone it down, you want to keep it simple, be able to convince a jury.

Shall: means future; sometimes in a 100 years.

Yeah I will do it tomorrow, not now, but I will do it tomorrow.

You tell them to read their code in open court, now throw at them the dictionary, read shall. What tense is that; past, present or future? Okay, I shall do it, have a nice day. Good bye.

Did I break your code? No. Why? Because the future isn’t here yet is it. Well when are you going to come around and do it? Well I don’t know, but I shall do it.

Why do you think it’s called a code or a puzzle, because it’s easy? No, it’s fun. Have fun with it.

The cop says to you, license and registration? Oh is that an order? What? Will you like to place an order with me to present my states drivers license to you? Yes, that’s an order.

Can you order me to step out of my car, can you order me to put my hands behind my back, can you order me to abandon my vehicle here so someone can come here and break into it and steal all the stereo system. I love taking orders. Why? Because I’m going to claim compensation for everything you ordered me to do.

No involuntary servitude, no slavery be committed on this continent. Everybody knows that. So, I want to serve you, my servant is ordering the master what to do. Great! We are playing things around today, the public servant is going to order the public. Oh, this is special! Good! Now, tell me what court orders you would like me to carry out for you? i’ll place your orders, i’ll be burdened with your orders, and i’ll carry them out for you. I will carry out your orders, I’ll love to do this, let’s play this game.

You know they (police) don’t have a right, but is that going to slow them down? No! So, figure out a way that will; you want to give me an order sir? I will accept your orders. Then I’m going to hand you a bill, your supervisor a bill, and your state county a bill for ordering me to do all these things for you. I want compensation, just like if you ordered me to fix and wash all the police cars.

Is anything I’m saying to do wrong? Is it violent? No.
Is it confrontational? No.
Is it threatening? No.

I love orders, everyone give me an order. Here are my rates…

You just hand them the bill. First they have to fail to pay the bill, they have to fail to honor the bill, which you send to their billing department. You don’t send the judge a bill. Then you worry about a lien.

If he had jurisdiction, if he had control over me, then I can’t give him a bill. I can’t bill my father, his got control over me.

Jurisdiction: means control; he believes I’m under his control.

I don’t know how his going to prove that, I love to see that contract. I love to see that DNA test come true that his my dad. Because other than that I don’t know how I’m under his control. But, he some how presumes I am.

It’s just business. Not commerce; means sex.

Verify claim, not complaint; means just complaining and whining about things.

My show is about;

how to take a blank piece of paper, put something on it, watch the process from one end of submitting it to the court clerk, to the jury, and have a judgement at the very end and executing the judgement.

How to move a claim through a court. How to establish a court. How to make sure the court clerk doesn’t interfere with your right to access the court.

If you can’t establish a court, hold a court, maintain a court, then they will be more than happy to do it for you, and move you back into their side of the court, and run you through their civil code.