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Here’s How Governments Legally Steal Babies

Posted by truthpills on 2012/07/19

July 10, 2012 in Health by Paul

Ever wonder what gives a government agency the right to take children from their parents, even though the child hasn’t really been mistreated? What gives them the right to vaccinate or force-medicate kids without parental consent? Or what gives them to right to tell you how to raise your child or force them to go to state-run schools?

Well, the real answer to those questions is – you do. But before we get into the nitty gritty, I’ll say this:

The following is not legal or medical advice. It’s something I learned and decided to share.

So now that that’s out of the way, lets get to the good stuff…

So mum-to-be is in labour. The glorious moment is close at hand so she is rushed to the maternity ward at a hospital, the baby is born and in a day or two mom and her new bundle of joy is discharged from the hospital with a few forms to fill out and send in to apply for a birth certificate. It all seems fine and dandy on the surface, but what goes on in the legal processes beneath the surface is an entirely different story.

In most countries where hospitals are state-run — or medical staff, midwives, medics, etc. are state-licensed — when a pregnant woman goes to them for help in giving birth to her baby, she falls under the states legal jurisdiction. She is entering into a contract, applying for, and submitting both herself and her unborn baby to their care, automatically becoming temporary wards of the state. Once the child is born and it is determined that both are healthy enough to go home, both mother and child are discharged with the mother being appointed by the state as the child’s legal guardian.

So lets look up and/or link to the legal definitions of some of the words above and what those definitions really mean.

When you apply for anything from the government, you automatically fall under their “legal jurisdiction” which simply means you’re bound by their interpertations and definitions of the words in their legislation, and you have given them the power to force you to comply or punish you for not complying – it’s called enforcement.

When the mom-to-be walks into the hospital or calls a doctor, ambulance, midwife, etc. to assist in the birth, she is applying to them. To “apply” means “To submit oneself as a candidate for” or to beg. So she is submitting herself to them. And the word “submit” is derived from the Latin word submittō which means to “place under, or yield. In doing so, her and her unborn child become “wards” of the state, under their care and guardianship, and bound by their legal jurisdiction.

A fit mother has a duty to care for her child until the child is old enough to take care of themselves. As a temporary ward of the state, it is presumed that the mother needing care no longer has the capacity for rights and duties, so since a child needs care until they are old enough to care for themsleves, the state takes over the rights and duties of the mother.

When the state or state licensed care provider deems the mother and child to be healthy and able to leave, they are both discharged from care and the state appoints the mother as temporary guardian of their ward, the child. However, the state doesn’t give up their rights to the child like the mother did. At any time between when the mother submitted to the state and when the child turns 18 and becomes an adult, the state can order their appointed guardian, the mother, to do what they want (spelled out in acts, statutes, bylaws, conditions, etc.).

Also, since they have ultimate rights to the child who is still their ward, they don’t need the permission of the guardian to care for the child how they see fit. And if the guardian that they appointed doesn’t do what they say, they can remove guardianship from the mother and appoint themselves or someone else – like someone at a foster home – as the legal guardian of the child.

The above is quite complicated but the ghist of it is this – When you asked for and accepted help from the state, they presumed you thought you were unfit to care for yourself and gave up both your own rights and your rights to the child. Then they kept the rights to the child and appointed you the guardian of their rightful property.

The state’s legal jurisdiction works on the basis of presumption and consent. They presume you know exactly what you’re getting into when you beg them for help, as well as all the nuances and implications involved.

Is it legal for them to do this sort of thing? Yes, as long as they stay within the boundaries of their own definitions and interpertations of the language they’re governed by. What they are doing may or may not be lawful, though, and that’s a story for many more posts to come.


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LIBOR Scandal Explained — Graphically

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They Will Take Everything If You Don’t Stop Them: Ten Things You Must Do To Defend Yourself

Posted by truthpills on 2012/07/19

Be Informed
July 13th, 2012

They will take everything if you don’t stop them.

At first glance a statement like this brings up thoughts of the government coming for all freedom seeking people. In actuality this is about your neighbors and those in your community that will ruthlessly mob up and literally storm your own home for what you have after a long drawn out disaster, perhaps sooner. It is a fact that most people in the United States, upwards of 99%, have little or NOTHING put away for emergenices. When chaos hits and a country’s infrastructure crumbles into powder, so does the nation’s ability to feed and sustain its citizens.

Here are 10 points to think about if and when you are faced with defending you and your own:

1. What type of self defense fits you the best?
2. Litigation.
3. Determine your boundaries.
4. Know the seriousness of what is happening.
5. Know what is around you.
6. Decide on your barriers.
7. Be ready to take a stand.
8. Be prepared for unconventional attacks.
9. Remember you have the advantage.
10. Avoidance of any showdown.

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The Multi-Fuel Generator: Don’t Depend on Just Gas…

Posted by truthpills on 2012/07/19

Eric Peters
July 16th, 2012
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Having a generator for back-up power is great – unless you don’t have the fuel to run the generator. The irony of the portable back-up generator – most of them, at least – is that they run on gas. And what’s the item that’s usually hard to get when the power’s down?


About two weeks ago, a violent storm line called a derecho passed through our area; thousands of people lost power – not for a few hours, but in some cases, for a week or more. The lines queued up real fast at local gas stations – the ones with still-operable pumps, anyhow. You could not even buy a portable five gallon (or 1 gallon) gas jug at any Lowes or Home Depot in the area.

Many people had generators. But sometimes, they couldn’t get gas for them. Which meant they might as well not have had the generator, for all the good it did them.

And this was just a relatively minor (and known-to-be-temporary) situation. Imagine a more serious – and longer-term – SHTF-type of scenario. Just when you need gas the most – so will everyone else.

Which means you probably won’t get any gas.

No gas = no power.

Well, you could store up some gas. I’ve done that myself. One problem with that idea is that gas – especially ethanol-adulterated “gas,” which is in fact 10 percent alcohol – does not store well, even with fuel stabilizer added and even if you keep the stuff in a sealed container kept in a dark and fairly cool place. Three months or so at the outside is the longest you probably want to leave gas just sitting around. After that, you risk bad gas – and a gummed-up carburetor in your generator. Which means it might not run.

Which means – once again – you won’t have power.

That’s why I converted our generator to operate on multiple fuels – gasoline, propane and natural gas. This has several advantages, functionally as well as practically speaking.
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IRS has no legal basis to collect Affordable Care Act tax – It’s all an act!

Posted by truthpills on 2012/07/19

Ethan A. Huff
Natural News
July 17, 2012

(NaturalNews) Many Americans right now are reeling in disgust over the Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. But according to a recent report by My Way News, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which will allegedly be tasked with enforcing the new health insurance mandate in the form of a “tax” for non-compliance, does not actually have the authority or legal standing to collect penalties from individuals who choose to “opt-out” of the mandate.

As many NaturalNews readers already know, most Americans will be required under the Affordable Care Act to purchase health insurance, as well as show proof, beginning in 2014, that they purchased health insurance in accordance with the mandate. Those who decide not to purchase health insurance will be charged a penalty, also known as a “tax” according to Chief Justice John Roberts (http://www.naturalnews.com), which is to be collected by the IRS.

But apparently the IRS does not have the legal authority to force anyone to pay this tax, regardless of whether or not they choose to purchase health insurance. According to the law, the IRS will not be permitted to freeze the bank accounts of taxpayers who choose not to purchase health insurance, nor will the agency be allowed to garnish wages. The IRS also does not have the authority to levy interest charges on those who choose not to pay the penalties.
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