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Ferguson Riots Have Another Face – Police Raise 23% of Revenue in Fines

By admin / November 6, 2017

The town of Ferguson made headlines as riots appeared. Who will not forget the police with military gear acting like an invading army. Many supported the police and much of the Black Lives Matter movement began there. The story nobody wanted to tell was that the police of Ferguson have a real attitude problem that sparked […]

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Towns Resorting to Extortion of Drivers to Raise Money

By admin / November 2, 2017

  I have written about the abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture laws in the United States, which have mimicked now in Europe. Police are no longer used to protect society, but to target and harass society to raise money for the politicians. It is a shame that Trump has never been pulled over by the police. He […]

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Do States in USA Have a Right to Leave?

By admin / October 3, 2017

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, I agree with your blog post about sharing the Declaration of Independence, and how a people have the right to declare independence. Hypothetically, what would your thoughts be if a State decided to leave our Federal Republic… would you believe that a State has the right to declare independence? Thank you for […]

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Enlightenment or Just Waking Up?

By admin / September 20, 2017

QUESTION:  I have a couple of questions for Martin’s blog if of any interest; 1. Did the challenges of the justice system in his case over those years contribute towards some kind of enlightenment? What I am asking is have you reached the state of enlightened? 2. Do your models envisage a large uptake of […]

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Supreme Court Backs Trump on Immigration

By admin / September 15, 2017

  COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, you were correct. The Supreme Court supported Trump on the travel ban. REPLY: The entire issue was political. The six countries were targeted by Obama to begin with. The President has absolute power over that issue and it was a joke that any lower court would dare to intervene. The 4th […]

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Contempt & the Rule of Law – You Have ZERO Rights!!!!!

By admin / September 10, 2017

We are supposed to live in a free society, but we do not. A federal judge claims the same power as the former king and he can sentence you to die in prison without a lawyer, trial, or even a charge. The majority of Federal judges are the most ruthless people you will ever encounter. […]

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You Have A Due Process Right to be heard – Not that Judges Must Listen

By admin / September 8, 2017

QUESTION: Is there anyway the People have a remedy when the court is corrupt? ANSWER: No. The only remedy historically becomes a revolution. This is by no means restricted to the West. In China, the Judicial minister Chao Cuo (? – 154BC) who served under the previous emperor Ching-ti (Liu Ch’i)(157-141BC), earned the hatred of […]

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U.S. Virgin Islands Authorizes to Seize All Guns Due to Hurricane

By admin / September 7, 2017

The U.S. Virgin Islands Governor Kenneth Mapp  of the Virgin Islands has just issued an order allowing the National Guard and the local government to seize any privately owned guns, ammunition and private property necessary to protect the island due to Hurricane Irma. Of course, there is no definition of what may constitute property that is necessary […]

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WHY are banks Too Big to Fail & Too Big To Jail

By admin / September 4, 2017

There is something much more sinister going on behind the curtain. I have warned that you really are taking your life in your hands doing business in New York City with a bank because NOBODY ever wins against the bankers no matter what they do. This begs the question about why are banks paying huge […]

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – Equity v Law

By admin / September 3, 2017

Many people have written in on both sides of the issue concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. Some totally disagree with me and cite that the law is the law. But there is a historical problem with the rule of law – there are times when the rule of law is unjust. […]

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