Justin Deschamps: Discerning and Analyzing Claims in a World Full of Deception

In this episode with Justin Deschamps recorded on the 23rd of September 2019, we had a conversation about discerning truth and validating claims.

We discuss Groupthink as a serious problem for our world. Herd mentality is challenging to overcome because, psychologically, we’re hardwired for social attachment and acceptance. The powers that be know that if you can destroy a person’s critical thinking abilities, and at the same time, provide a social group for them to express their views, this will create an almost invincible ideology and group association.

We present this information as part of our mission to present truth and raise the planet’s consciousness. Keep on seeking the truth, rally your friends and family and expose as much corruption as you can… every little bit helps add pressure on the powers that are no more.


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FBI’s latest stats say violent crime, gun crimes are DOWN: Why are the Democrats and media lying about it?

(Natural News) Before Democrats became consumed with impeaching President Donald Trump and overturning the results of the 2016 election, they were engaged in pushing other fake ‘emergencies’ and legislative falsehoods. Like the claim that we need more gun control because gun crime/gun violence is ‘out of control’ and at ‘all-time highs.’ As before, the Donkey…

Laughter Is Good Medicine

Many studies support the notion that optimism has a beneficial influence on your health. So, what about laughter? Indeed, there’s a lot of evidence suggesting that laughter is good medicine, too, both physically and psychologically.

Anthropological research suggests laughter and humor are genetically built-in, and that humor, historically, has functioned as “a social glue.” As noted in the 2016 article,1 “Did Early Humans Have a Sense of Humor?” published by the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Theology, Science, and Human Flourishing:

“Much like shell beads allowed the wearer to signal that they are a member of a community, joke-telling builds community. Victor Borge is credited with the saying ‘laughter is the shortest distance between two people.’

Alongside the physical evidence of the expansion of human wisdom, perhaps laughter and humor is showing the increasing interconnectedness of human populations.”

Laughter — A Social Mechanism

Real, involuntary laughter involves brain mechanisms (many of which remain a mystery) and triggers unexpected sensations and thoughts. When you laugh, your entire body may be affected, from your facial expressions and breathing patterns to the muscles in your arms and legs.

In the video above, Robert Provine, Ph.D.,2 who has been studying laughter for 20 years, explains some of the fascinating reasons why we laugh and what this primal mechanism reveals about our psyche.

According to Provine, the research he’s conducted suggests the critical laughter trigger for most people is not necessarily a joke or funny movie, but rather another person.

After observing 1,200 people laughing in their natural environments (a process he described as “sidewalk neuroscience”), Provine and his team found that laughter followed jokes only 10% to 20% of the time.

In most cases, the laughter followed a banal comment or only slightly humorous one, which signals that the individual is more important than the material. Often, there was a playfulness in the group and a positive emotional tone as well.

Interestingly, nearly half the time it was the speaker doing the laughing, as opposed to the “audience,” but virtually all of the laughter occurred in a group setting. In fact, one of the key reasons why we laugh may be as a way to bond with others and strengthen our relationships.

Laughter Is Contagious

The saying “laugh and the whole world laughs with you” is more than just an expression: laughter really is contagious. The sound of laughter triggers regions in the premotor cortical region of your brain, which is involved in moving your facial muscles to correspond with sound.3 As explained by Provine in a Psychology Today article:4

“Since our laughter is under minimal conscious control, it is spontaneous and relatively uncensored. Contagious laughter is a compelling display of Homo sapiens, a social mammal.

It strips away our veneer of culture and challenges the hypothesis that we are in full control of our behavior. From these synchronized vocal outbursts come insights into the neurological roots of human social behavior and speech …

The irresistibility of others’ laughter has its roots in the neurological mechanism of laugh detection.

The fact that laughter is contagious raises the intriguing possibility that humans have an auditory laugh detector — a neural circuit in the brain that responds exclusively to laughter … Once triggered, the laugh detector activates a laugh generator, a neural circuit that causes us in turn to produce laughter.”

It’s thought that laughter may have occurred before humans could speak as a way to strengthen group bonds, as even today our brains are wired to prime us to smile or laugh when we hear others laughing. Interestingly, while children laugh on average 300 times a day, adults laugh only 17 times a day on average.5

Also interesting is laughter’s distinctive pattern. It rarely occurs in the middle of a sentence. Instead, laughter tends to occur at the end of sentences or during a break in speech, which suggests language is given the priority. As explained by Provine:6

“The occurrence of speaker laughter at the end of phrases suggests that a neurologically based process governs the placement of laughter in speech, and that different brain regions are involved in the expression of cognitively oriented speech and the more emotion-laden vocalization of laughter.”

All of that said, it should be mentioned that not all laughter is positive or beneficial. When laughter is cruel or when you’re laughing at someone rather than with them, it can cause social bonds to break and result in serious emotional harm. At the cruel and insensitive end of the spectrum, laughter can be a powerful tool for exclusion, manipulation and even social control.

Health Benefits of Laughter

So, what do scientific investigations reveal about the health effects of laughter? As you might suspect, it’s good for your heart and cardiovascular health.

In a cross-sectional study7 of cardiovascular disease among 20,934 Japanese seniors, published in 2016, they found that even after adjusting for confounding factors such as high blood pressure, weight and depression, the prevalence of heart diseases among those who rarely or never laughed was 21% higher, on average, than among those who laughed every day.

The adjusted prevalence ratio for stroke was even higher — a whopping 60%. According to the authors, the results suggest that “Daily frequency of laughter is associated with lower prevalence of cardiovascular diseases,” and “The association could not be explained by confounding factors, such as depressive symptoms.”

In the 2009 review,8 “Laughter Prescription,” published in the Canadian Family Physician journal, author William B. Strean, Ph.D., notes there are “several good reasons to conclude that laughter is effective as an intervention.” For starters, virtually all studies on laughter have demonstrated benefits. What’s more, there are virtually no negative side effects.

Morse’s conclusion about laughter and humor in the dental setting summarized the literature to date: ‘Laughter and humor are not beneficial for everyone, but since there are no negative side effects, they should be used … to help reduce stress and pain and to improve healing,” Strean writes, adding:9

“Findings range from suggesting that, in addition to a stress-relief effect, laughter can bring about feelings of being uplifted or fulfilled to showing that the act of laughter can lead to immediate increases in heart rate, respiratory rate, respiratory depth, and oxygen consumption.

These increases are then followed by a period of muscle relaxation, with a corresponding decrease in heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure. Overall, the arguments against using laughter as an intervention appear to be … unduly cautious …

The arguments in favor of laughter as an intervention are grounded in the virtually universal positive results associated with existing studies of laughter. Although scholars and practitioners recognize the value of further study, more replication, and identification of specifics, the call for more application of laughter as an intervention seems warranted.”

According to Strean’s review of the published evidence, benefits of laughter have been reported in:



Critical and general patient care




Home care

Palliative care

Hospice care

Terminal care

“These and other reports constitute sufficient substantiation to support what is experientially evident — laughter and humor are therapeutic allies in healing,” Strean writes.10 The Mayo Clinic11 and an information pamphlet12 by the University of Kentucky cite even more specifics, pointing out researched benefits of laughter include:

Improved blood pressure

Lower levels of stress hormones

Strengthened immune function

Muscle relaxation

Pain reduction

Improved brain function, including the ability to retain more information

Improved oxygenation

Reduced risk of heart attack

Abdominal, facial and back muscle conditioning

Improved emotional health and energy levels

Laughter Therapy

A 2015 randomized controlled trial13 looking at laughter therapy for general health concluded it “can improve general health and its subscales in elderly people.”

Here, participants in the experimental group attended two 90-minute laughter therapy sessions per week for six weeks. While no correlation was found between the therapy and social dysfunction or depression, positive effects were seen in general health, somatic symptoms, insomnia and anxiety.

Similarly, a theoretical review14 published in 2016 argued laughter is a healthy and useful way to combat stress and depression. It’s beneficial effects on relationships can also significantly improve quality of life. As noted by the authors:

“Laughter therapy, as a non-pharmacological, alternative treatment, has a positive effect on the mental health and the immune system. In addition, laughter therapy does not require specialized preparations, such as suitable facilities and equipment, and it is easily accessible and acceptable …

Decreasing stress-making hormones found in the blood, laughter can mitigate the effects of stress. Laughter decreases serum levels of cortisol, epinephrine, growth hormone, and 3,4-dihydrophenylacetic acid (a major dopamine catabolite), indicating a reversal of the stress response …

Laughter can alter dopamine and serotonin activity. Furthermore, endorphins secreted by laughter can help when people are uncomfortable or in a depressed mood … In conclusion, laughter therapy is effective and scientifically supported as a single or adjuvant therapy.”

A study15 published in 2010 pointed out there’s a distinct difference between humor and spontaneous laughter, and that distinguishing between the two was necessary to assess outcomes elicited by laugher alone. Once that was done, the evidence (again) confirmed that the act of laughing has “physiological, psychological, social, spiritual and quality-of-life benefits,” and that:

“Therapeutic efficacy of laughter is mainly derived from spontaneous laughter (triggered by external stimuli or positive emotions) and self-induced laughter (triggered by oneself at will), both occurring with or without humor.”

Have You Laughed Today?

When it comes to dosage, HelpGuide.org recommends getting a daily dose lasting 10 to 15 minutes:16

“Think of it like exercise or breakfast and make a conscious effort to find something each day that makes you laugh. Set aside 10 to 15 minutes and do something that amuses you. The more you get used to laughing each day, the less effort you’ll have to make.”

As for how to add more laughter to your day, the University of Kentucky lists several suggestions, including the following:17

Observe young children and follow their lead: Find delight and amusement in the ordinary (for an example, see the laughing baby video above; the simple act of ripping paper is a source of seemingly endless delight)

Watch comedies, go to comedy clubs and read funny books

Spend more time with friends who make you laugh

Remind yourself to play and have more fun

Spend more time with optimistic, happy people

Avoid sources of distress, be it difficult relationships, horror movies or the daily news

Can Your Neighborhood Affect Your Blood Pressure?

Where you live affects your physical health in myriad ways, from exposure to pollution and access to green spaces to levels of crime in your neighborhood. Researchers revealed in the American Journal of Hypertension that living in a high-crime area is associated with increased blood pressure.1

The findings were revealed when researchers from the University of Chicago analyzed blood pressure measurements from 17,783 adults during a surge in violent crimes that occurred in Chicago from 2014 to 2016.

“Our study demonstrates for the first time that rising violent crime rates are associated with an increase in patients’ blood pressure and healthcare system usage over time,” Dr. Corey Tabit, the study’s senior author, said in a news release.2

Each 20-Incident Rise in Crime Raises Blood Pressure Risk

The study was particularly interested in examining the association between rising rates of violent crime and high blood pressure. When the study began, the violent crime rate was 41.3 incidents per 1,000 residents per year. Three years later, crime had risen by up to 59.1 incidents a year per 1,000 people in some parts of the city, while in others it fell by as much as 31.1 per 1,000.3

The study found that for each 20-incident increase per 1,000 residents, the risk of high blood pressure rose by 3%. Each 20-incident increase also boosted the risk of being admitted to the hospital due to heart problems by 6%.4 There were differences in crime’s effect on blood pressure depending on the neighborhood’s crime rates as well.

In areas with the most violent crimes, each 20-unit increase in violent crime rate led to an 8% reduced risk of high blood pressure. But in areas with fewer violent crimes, each 20-unit increase was linked to a 5% higher risk of high blood pressure. As for why this occurred, Tabit told Reuters:5

“Interestingly, a larger increase in blood pressure was observed in people living in lower-crime areas than in people living in higher-crime areas … This finding may suggest that people with chronically high exposure to crime may become accustomed to the conditions in their neighborhood which may insulate them from the negative effects of further increases in crime.”

Violent Crime Linked to Heart Risks, Obesity

Past research has also found that in a densely populated, high-poverty region in Chicago, recurrent exposure to high rates of violent crime was associated with obesity and elevated blood pressure. “Compared with patients living in the lowest quartile, patients living in the highest quartile for violent crime had 53% higher adjusted odds of obesity … and 25% higher adjusted odds of elevated BP,” the researchers noted.6

Areas with high rates of violent crime also have higher rates of death from childhood asthma,7 and a consistent relationship has been found between exposure to violence in childhood and cardiovascular outcomes in adulthood, including high blood pressure, coronary heart disease and heart attacks.8 According to a study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine:

“The effects of violence may differ by life course stage. Healthy development of the brain and other organ systems can be derailed under chronic exposure to stress, making children particularly vulnerable to the effects of violence exposure.

These developmental effects can have long-term consequences on the development of chronic disease including CVD [cardiovascular disease]. Violence exposure in childhood has been associated with the development of cardiovascular risk factors in childhood, which persist into adulthood.

… Violence exposure in childhood and adulthood may also affect cardiovascular health through indirect pathways. Long-term effects of violence exposure have been noted in relation to depression, aggression, substance use, and risk-taking behaviors.

Many, though not all, children and adults exposed to violence develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression. Both PTSD and depression have been linked to obesity, hypertension, and adverse cardiac outcomes.”

Controlling Blood Pressure Protects Your Brain

Another little-known connection is that between blood pressure and your brain. A study published in the August 2019 issue of JAMA concluded intensive blood pressure treatment helped limit the progression of cerebral small vessel ischemic disease — referring to common age-related changes in the small blood vessels in your brain — thereby lowering the risk for dementia.9

High blood pressure can lead to damage in your blood vessels, including small blood vessels in your brain that play a role in thinking and memory.10 By hampering the way blood is delivered to your brain, high blood pressure could have devastating effects on your brain health. According to Keith Fargo, director of scientific programs and outreach for the Alzheimer’s Association, in HealthDay News:11

“The brain is a very metabolically active organ in the body. It requires an outsized amount of oxygen and other nutrients … Because of that, there’s a very, very rich blood delivery system in the brain. Anything that happens to compromise that is going to compromise the overall health and function of the brain.”

About 75 million Americans, or 1 in 3 adults, have high blood pressure,12 and about 46%of those have uncontrolled high blood pressure, which increases your risk for a number of serious health problems, including not only heart disease and stroke but also dementia.

High blood pressure often causes no symptoms, which is why it’s sometimes called the “silent killer.” Regularly monitoring your blood pressure is a simple way to ensure yours is in a healthy range.

High blood pressure is generally defined as 140/90 mmHg or higher, while a reading of 120/80 mmHg to 139/89 mmHg is considered at risk, or prehypertension.13 Be wary of relying drugs to maintain healthy blood pressure, however.

Blood Pressure Medications Recalled

Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers (ARBs), which include valsartan and others, to treat high blood pressure have been the subject of recalls occurring in 2018 and 2019. In 2018, the FDA also issued a voluntary recall for valsartan after it was found to contain N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) (22 other countries had already issued recalls before the FDA took action).14

NDMA is a cancer-causing chemical that was formerly used to make rocket fuel and lubricants.15 In a statement released in March 2019, the FDA stated, “the nitrosamines found in ARBs may be generated when specific chemicals and reaction conditions are present in the manufacturing process of the drug’s API [active pharmaceutical ingredient], and may also result from the reuse of materials, such as solvents.”16

As for the extent of the risks involved for people taking ARBs, FDA scientists estimated that if 8,000 people took the highest daily dose (320 milligrams) of NDMA-contaminated valsartan for four years (which is how long the contaminated medications remained on the market), there may be one additional case of cancer.17 However, in an update released in August 2019, the FDA stated:18

“In reality, the vast majority of patients exposed to NDMA through ARBs received much smaller amounts of the impurity than this worst-case scenario, and, since not all ARBs are affected, it’s very likely that a patient taking an ARB for four years would not have always received one of the affected products.”

EFT to Address the Emotional Side of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure often has an emotional component to it, especially if you’re chronically stressed or anxious, as may occur if you live in a high-crime area. Stress management should be a regular part of your health plan no matter what, but particularly if you struggle with high blood pressure.

Using the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is one excellent suggestion for doing so. EFT involves a combination of tapping specific energy meridians on your body while voicing positive affirmations. This works to clear the “short-circuit” — the emotional block — from your body’s bioenergy system, thus restoring your mind and body’s balance, which is essential for optimal health and the healing of physical disease.

In the video above, you can follow along with Julie Schiffman as she guides you through an EFT session to help you recover from hypertension. It’s a good idea to try this out even if your blood pressure is only mildly (or occasionally) elevated, as the sooner you take steps to get your blood pressure under control, the less impact it will have on your overall health, including that of your brain, in the future.

What Blood Pressure Has to Do With Your Gut

Imbalanced gut microbes, known as gut dysbiosis, may also be linked to high blood pressure. In an animal study,19 researchers gave rats antibiotics for 10 days to wipe out their natural microbiota, then transplanted hypertensive microbiota into rats with normal blood pressure. Rats with high blood pressure, in turn, were transplanted with normal microbiota.20

The rats treated with hypertensive microbiota developed high blood pressure, while the transplantation of normal microbiota led to only a slight reduction in blood pressure among the hypertensive rats.

“We conclude that gut dysbiosis can directly affect SBP [systolic blood pressure],” the researchers wrote, adding that manipulating gut microbiota, such as via the use of probiotics or eating fermented foods, may be an “innovative treatment for hypertension.”21

A systematic review and meta-analysis of nine randomized, controlled studies also found significant benefits among people with high blood pressure who consumed probiotics in products like yogurt and milk.22

What’s more, in people who consumed probiotics for a week before starting a high-sodium diet, both their blood pressure and levels of the beneficial gut bacteria Lactobacillus remained within normal limits, provided the subjects consumed probiotics for eight weeks or more.23

“Products of the fermentation of nutrients by gut microbiota can influence blood pressure by regulating expenditure of energy, intestinal metabolism of catecholamines, and gastrointestinal and renal ion transport, and thus, salt sensitivity,” according to research published in the journal Current Opinion in Nephrology and Hypertension.24

Natural Remedies for High Blood Pressure

To effectively treat and recover from high blood pressure, it’s important to understand its underlying cause, which is often related to your body producing too much insulin and leptin in response to a high-carbohydrate and processed food diet. As your insulin and leptin levels rise, it causes your blood pressure to increase. Eventually, you may become insulin and/or leptin resistant.

A ketogenic, low net-carb, high-fat diet is far healthier and will allow your body to burn fat rather than glucose as its primary fuel. This has the sought-after side effect of improving mitochondrial function, which is foundational for disease prevention and optimal health.

Physical fitness is important for lowering blood pressure as well, and a variety of activities can be beneficial — even hula dancing.25 The Nitric Oxide Dump is another good option, which works by increasing nitric oxide (NO) production. NO supports healthy blood flow by helping your veins and arteries dilate. This, in turn, allows vital oxygen and nutrients to flow freely throughout your body.

The damage caused by high blood pressure gets progressively worse over time, so if you suspect yours is high, don’t ignore it. Take advantage of the many natural strategies available to keep your blood pressure in the healthy range.

From America, With Love…..

By Anna Von Reitz

Ever feel a euphoric surge of love, just because someone, somewhere, did something so profoundly good, right, and true —that it inspires that profound emotion?  

I felt it when I first read William Cooper’s books, and so, it’s no surprise that I felt it again this morning when I ran across this incredible short synopsis from the archives of Cooper’s radio show. 

In less than an hour, you, too, can be brought completely up to speed.  

You can understand everything you need to know about the pernicious reality of the banker-led push to create and control a worldwide government based on oppression and suppression of all national governments and religions. 

Except, of course, their own nasty pagan devil-worshiping cult. 

Go to YouTube and listen to: “Secret Recording Reveals EVERYTHING”.

In 46 minutes you will learn the actual, factual world history behind the current situation.  This is the single most succinct, most comprehensive, and most helpful commentary about these subjects that I have ever read as a transcript or heard via spoken word. 

I can’t recommend it enough.  Everyone—- and I do mean—- everyone on the face of the planet, needs to listen to and know this information. It’s less than an hour long and its the story of your life, your country, and your planet.  

If that wasn’t enough to write home about, there’s The Epoch Times.  

I just subscribed and so should you!  

It is the fastest growing newspaper and subscription service in America —and for good reason.  Buy two subscriptions and give one away!  

Make sure there’s an copy left at the local coffee shop, at the doctor’s office, on the shelf at the Public Library, casually dropped at the local laundromat, left in the Church foyer, passed around hand to hand on the subway, share, share, share!  

All these years since demanding an apology from The National Press Club for their poor performance and deplorable standards, it is indeed a great pleasure to report that The Fourth Estate in America isn’t dead.  

Like the rest of us, it may have been sleeping, but it isn’t dead!

Use your feet and your buying power, people!  Turn off the Mainstream Media. You know what they are selling, and you know its crappola.  So just do what I did in 1987.  Turn the knob to “Off” and leave it there. 

And then, go to The Epoch Times, and subscribe.  Here, finally, you will find news and actual investigative reporting about topics that matter and which impact you and your country directly. 

No more stories about tragedies that you can’t do anything about.  No more gross political bias.  No more editorials pretending to be journalism.  

What a relief!  It’s like eating steak after a steady diet of marshmallows. 

Stop talking about how worthless the Mainstream Media is, how its “news” stories aren’t news, about how biased they are, how unaccountable and irresponsible they are.  

Do something to put an end to them and their worthless products. 

Shut them down by canceling subscriptions and by turning them off.  

When the corporations that are paying them big bucks to reach you, the intended audience, figure out that you aren’t listening to these sources anymore, their advertising revenue will tank and that will be that.  

Big smile. 

Bye, New York Tripes!  Farewell, Washington Pope’s!  

Say hello to The Epoch Times!  


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About Phil Hudok, Et Alia….

By Anna Von Reitz

It’s another flap over nothing, and for the same reason all the other “progress” has always gone nowhere.  

As David Straight teaches, you have to have “status” and “standing” and “jurisdiction” —- he is telling you all the same thing I have been telling you for twenty years or more. 

So now you have two people standing up and telling you the truth, and you have all these other people like Phil Hudok and NLA still running around in circles and encouraging you to do the same.  

Get a clue.  

I could go get an Arbitrator to agree with me any day of the week, but it wouldn’t matter.  Why?  Because if I were Phil Hudok, and hadn’t done my paperwork, I wouldn’t have status or standing to complain.  I wouldn’t even be party to the contract.  A sharp Arbitrator would know that, but he found someone who wasn’t up to speed.  So, if you didn’t recognize the situation, as his Arbitrator didn’t, and as Arbitrator, you sided with him —- guess what?  Neither one of you would have jurisdiction.  

As a result, none of this goes anywhere.  It’s not enforceable.  Why?  Because you have to have what?  Status, standing, and jurisdiction.  

By going through all the Turkey Trot to declare yourself an American State National eligible to serve as an American State Citizen, you establish your political status.  Now you join your State Assembly and become recognizable as a State Citizen, and therefore one of the People, and also therefore a Party to the Federal Constitutions — able to enforce those contracts.  Now, you have standing, too.  

Just by doing what you have already done as part of The American States Assembly effort, you have established status and standing to enforce the Constitutions.  Now, you have to establish jurisdiction. 

So what is your jurisdiction?  Answer: land and soil jurisdiction, plus, the un-delegated “reserved” powers in the international jurisdiction of the sea that are the subject of Amendment X. 

All that is yours and all that stands under American Common Law.  

Now, finally, you have what it takes to go forward and enforce the Constitutions on the land and soil of this country.  The bases have been covered.  You have status, you have standing, and you have jurisdiction.  

And now what?  The actual Public Law is enforceable locally and nationally within each State as a result of our efforts, but what else is necessary? Answer: actual people and courts to do the enforcement. 

So we have our Continental Marshals Service up and rolling in every State of the Union.  These people are enforcing the land jurisdiction, which is international in nature, involving activities taking place across state borders.  They are already sinking their teeth into issues like drug smuggling, human trafficking, interstate bank and foreclosure fraud, kidnapping, unlawful conversion, and more.  They are already working with the U.S. Marshals and the Constitutional Sheriffs to put an end to these major international crimes that have afflicted millions of Americans, and they are already securing your constitutional rights.  

On the local level, we have our Constitutional Sheriffs Association, and more Sheriffs are joining as it becomes clear that they have a Public as well as a Private duty to serve. 

Even though the corporations providing us with “governmental services” have contrived to protect themselves at our expense by unlawfully converting our Public Offices into private security positions (aka, Law Enforcement instead of Peacekeeping jobs) the people occupying those positions are waking up and making use of Sheriff Mack’s hard work in the U.S. Supreme Court case, Mack and Prinz v. USA, Inc., in which the court admitted that the right of all Sheriffs, LEOs or not,  to enforce the Constitutions.  And they are biting back and bringing home the Public Law we are owed. 

What more needs to happen?  The State Assemblies need to fill their Juror Pools, organize their Jural Assemblies and State Militias, and hold their Public Elections for actual State Offices, beginning with their Court Officers.  You can’t enforce American Common Law without duly elected Justices, Clerks, Coroners, Sheriffs, and Bail Bondsmen.  So, inform and educate enough Americans to get the positions filled and the job done.  

Bear in mind that peacekeeping officers (elected and commissioned) outrank all law enforcement officers on the land and soil of this country, so once you elect a Sheriff to serve the soil jurisdiction of your County, he outranks any elected or appointed law enforcement officer — including any “County Sheriff” elected by U.S. Citizens — people acting in a capacity as if they were born in Puerto Rico, or any “citizens of the United States” — people acting as if they were born in Washington, DC. 

America still belongs to Americans, we just have to wake up and realize the lies that have been shoveled about us, and take action to repudiate those lies. And after that, we have to organize, organize, organize as indicated above, so that we are truly “self-governing” again, upholding our own jurisdiction, and operating our government as it is supposed to be operated. 

We have figured it all out.  We know what it takes to bring lawful relief and the actions we need to take both as individuals and as Assemblies operating at both State and County levels.  There’s no more guessing or researching to be done about these matters and no point in chasing around doing anything else any other way.  

We can’t hope to get anywhere functioning as isolated “Grand Juries” hanging in thin air, comprised of people who haven’t even declared their political status as Americans. 

We can’t hope to gain international recognition when we still don’t know and demonstrate that we know how our own government is organized and what our jurisdiction is. 

We can’t hope to get relief from these foreign courts operating as privateering organizations on our shores, until we have our own courts in place.  This is what Milligan Ex Parte is all about— when our civilian courts stand up, their quasi-military courts have to stand down.  

So what are we waiting for?  The people organizing under The American States Assemblies program are doing it right.  We have our status, standing, and jurisdiction lined out, and every day, we make more actual and factual progress. 

We are –right now– implementing programs for people to identify their private automobiles on the public roads with Property Plates instead of license plates.  

We are — right now— implementing a new ID system in which you will own your own alpha-numeric ID code, and no longer be dependent on Social Security Numbers and other identifiers that in fact misidentify you as foreigners merely “residing” in your own country.  

The American States Assembly has it together and these other groups simply do not.  So why waste your time and risk your freedom messing around with groups like the NLA and Michigan General Jural Assembly and chasing after “relief” that isn’t ever going to solve the actual problems?  

Don’t ask me about Phil Hudok. Show me the money and proof that this not just another Big Rock Candy Mountain story.   

Don’t tell me about “Grand Juries” that aren’t part of any actual Court and don’t even know what jurisdiction they are supposed to be operating in—which describes NLA, all these years later after its founding.  

Don’t ask me to support groups like Michigan General Jural Assembly that don’t recognize the necessity of declaring the political status of their members as American State Nationals and organizing their actual State Assemblies, of which the Jural Assemblies are merely one (important, but not sufficient)  part. 

Status. Standing. Jurisdiction.  

The American States Assembly organization is the only group out there that has its ducks in order, that is already successfully enforcing the constitutional guarantees, and already taking care of the legitimate business of government —- which is protecting your rights and private property.   

If you want to enforce your constitutional rights, if you want to protect your private property interests, if you want the wrong-doers arrested and held to account,  then it is more than past time to stop running pillar to post among all the bad choices and failed organizations that are out there.  

Get your status straight.  Join your State Assembly.  And enforce your jurisdiction on the land and soil of this country.  

Don’t waste time, money, or effort doing anything else. 


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Benjamin Fulford 9/30/19 Report: Zionists call for world dictatorship by rabbis, but face defeat instead


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Iran Blames CIA and Afghanistan Puppet Government for Massive Increase in Heroin Production

TEHRAN (FNA) – Iran’s Prosecutor General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri blasted the US-led coalition for the soaring increase in production of different illicit drugs in Afghanistan, warning that the country is also turning into the pole of industrial narcotics.

“Based on the data provided by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, 200 tons of drugs were produced before the presence of the coalition forces in Afghanistan that has now soared to 10,000 tons, meaning that it has undergone a 50-fold increase,” Montazeri said, addressing the 17th summit of the member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Kyrgyzstan on Tuesday.

He also warned that Afghanistan is now turning into the pole of industrial narcotics production in the world.

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