September 27, 2012 - Clarity of Terms

Clarity of Terms

Illegal - pertains to statutes—fraudulently referred as 'the law.' “Persons,” the term used to identify legal entities created by legislature, are required to obey legislature—statutes, acts, by-laws, etc. When a “person” breaks or disobeys a—statute, act, by-law, etc.—that “person” has committed an illegal act and is subject to the punishment included in those statutes, acts, by-laws, etc.

Unlawful - pertains to Common Law or more commonly call "the Law." Humans—men and women—are subject to common law. Common Law derives its principles from Biblical law and can be summarized as:

"Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself.” Luke 10:27

or

"These are the precepts of law: To live honourably; to hurt nobody; to render to everyone his due." Inst. 1, 1, 3; B1, Comm. 40. - a maxim of law.

When a human—a man or woman—breaks the Law, they have acted unlawfully and are subject to the punishment determine by society.

So, when some activity is said to be “illegal" don’t worry about it, it doesn’t pertain to you as a man or woman—unless you allow it.

Remember, you have the right to be considered a “person” before statutory courts or not to be… it’s your choice!

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