Dear people, it is time to educate ourselves as to the basics of legalese and its jurisdictions; even the best legal minds in the world cannot wrap their head around jurisdiction;
In ancient Rome, they kept it simple: tangible versus intangible; fiction versus real;
Now, Black’s Law Dictionary has no definition for “human”; from Ballentine’s Law Dictionary, 1948 Edition. ‘Human Being’ is defined as follows: ‘See monster’ . From the same dictionary, ‘monster’ is defined: ‘A human-being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal.’ This is an unusual definition, but like all Law Dictionaries on this subject, a non-definition. It only states that a ‘human being’ is a higher animal.
When we scratch further we find “human” synonymous with “person”; now, these are all legal fiction imaginations of the racially discriminatory bar legal system of the feudal imperial system dominating earth; the 1% imperialists call themselves men: the inner temples; their mind controlled, degreed and circle-squared nitwits are inferior knights in their game of thrones; the 99% are bondservants and can take on fake legal personhoods such as “human” [not quite a man]
This is why “human rights” is not enforceable; it is an imagination; it’s time we wake up;
Ask yourself, does any constitution say “we, the humans” or “we, the people”?
Where are people rights then?
The law does not protect those that slumber on their rights; hence the need for peoples of earth, the 99%, to unite AS ONE with ONE Freedom Charter, ONE Declaration on the Rights of Peoples; ONE Peoples Earth Council;
All peoples are invited to stand united; in peace
Today, December 10, 2016 is Human Rights Day. We bring to the attention of our readers the powerful message of the late Harold Pinter regarding US Imperial Crimes against Humanity, with an introduction by Gary Kohls. First published in December 2014.
“We have brought torture, cluster bombs, depleted uranium, innumerable acts of random murder, misery, degradation and death to the Iraqi people and call it ‘bringing freedom and democracy to the Middle East’. – Harold Pinter
British playwright Harold Pinter won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2005. His powerful acceptance speech exposed the United States for its fascist, imperialist policies since World War II. His speech (delivered three years before he died in 2008) was an important glimpse into – and a reasonable summary of — the innumerable documentable US imperialistic crimes that have been secretly facilitated…
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