ABCs of DumbDown: Charlotte Iserbyt’s Most Comprehensive Interview with Ashley Jones

A must listen to……

“Yes, this is very long (close to 2 hours) but I plead with the people on my list, and others, to take the time to listen to it and to forward it to their lists. This was the most comprehensive interview I have ever done which explains, I believe, everything Americans MUST know about what is happening to our nation today…through education (tax-funded school choice/charters with unelected boards and Communist Chinese lifelong community schools) . This international agenda is being spearheaded out of Louisiana by John Ayers, former Vice President of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, brother of communist Bill Ayers involved in the Weathermen bombing of buildings during the Vietnam War, and his close associates, including President Obama and other education change agenets.

I go way back and identify individuals, foundations, UNESCO, Presidents, etc., especially pointing out that the left and right at the top are the same, and their role in boycotting every single book, article, or video I, with the help of other researchers, has ever created. THEY could not afford to have their totalitarian corporate world government agenda exposed. Those of us (great Americans who have helped me in the creation of much of this boycotted and documented history) understand well what I am talking about.”

Listen HERE. (Note, intro is approx. 6:48)  *WARNING THIS EPISODE MAY CONTAIN EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND ADULT THEMES*

Read more HERE.

“WE ARE AT WAR FOR THE SURVIVAL OF OUR NATION AS WE HAVE KNOWN IT.”

We cannot win this war without (1) identifying the enemy (at this point in time the left, which has always been with us, AND the highly-funded neoconservative Trotskyite movement) and (2) using the ammunition (history) provided in the deliberate dumbing down of america (free download at deliberatedumbingdown.com, and in the 8- disc set “Exposing the Global Road to Ruin through Education”, also a free download at deliberatedumbingdown.com.

Please take the time to listen while you are ironing, cooking, on vacation, in the car, etc. Please forward.

Your children and grandchildren are counting on you to get involved. Their futures are at stake.

God bless all of you and your families, and most of all America.

Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt
Former Senior Policy Advisor
U.S. Department of Education

http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com

http://www.americandeception.com

http://www.abcsofdumbdown.blogspot.com

Guerilla Media Network Iserbyt Archives link

Exposing The Global Road To Ruin Through Education-Trailer Links

3 Minute Trailer

26 Minute Trailer

Full 8 Disc YouTube Video Links

Amazon 8 Disc Set Order Link

To order the updated abridged 2011 version of The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America,  click here.

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Published in: on September 11, 2014 at 8:12 pm  Leave a Comment  

The Common Law Grand Jury by Rodger Dowdell

View HERE.

Related:

100 Years of Law and Justice, Maine State Bar Association, click here.

Page 33 – “Justice Francis W. Sullivan, at the summer meeting at the Samoset, Wednesday morning, August 29, 1956 was asked to speak on Pleading and Practice. There was indeed a lively interest in changing the common law pleadings and procedure. The younger members of the Bar had had virtually no training in common law procedure. Most law schools did not offer a course in it.”

Justice Sullivan states “The Institute of Judicial Administration had found seven common law states – Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.”

Common Law is the Law of the People…, click here.

“Where Did The Original Constitutional State Go?” by Author/Researcher Lise Dupont. Talkshoe Live with Guest Lise DuPont:

Archived programs:

08/06/2014 08:10 PM EDT – EPISODE 28

07/23/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 27

07/16/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 26

07/09/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 25

07/02/2014 09:00 PM EDT – EPISODE 24

The Constitution Coalition for Maine,  click here.

Trial by Jury: Common Law, click here.

Is The 1893 Act In Relation To Suits At Law And In Equity Lawful?, click here.

1891 Act Incorporating Maine State Bar Association, click here.

Published in: on August 7, 2014 at 9:39 am  Comments (4)  

WOCA Radio Interview with Hagan Smith on the Common Law Grand Jury

Posted by Lisbon Reporter.

Hagan Smith Interview, click here.

Related:  Maine State Bar Association – 100 Years of Law & Justice (1891-1991), click here.

P. 33 – The Maine Bar admits “the younger members of the Bar had virtually no training in common law procedure.”
Maine is listed as a common law state.

P. 37 – The Maine Bar admits “a radical change taken place with respect to a fundamental body of learning, the old learning in common law pleading cast away and an entirely new system replacing it.”

P. 36- Maine Rules of Civil Procedure replaced common law pleadings.

This state cannot “cast away” the law due to the ignorance, uneducated attorneys.

Also related, click here.

 

Published in: on March 4, 2014 at 8:57 pm  Comments (1)  

Common Law Grand Juries Forming All Over The USA – Here Is What Is Going On In New York

View Video HERE.

Related, click here.

 

Published in: on October 8, 2013 at 1:17 pm  Comments (2)  

PA Group Pushes For Common Law Grand Jury

BY KATIE SULLIVAN (STAFF WRITER)
Published: August 31, 2013

The times-tribune reports “A small group of concerned Lackawanna County citizens gathered at Carbondale City Hall this week to form a common law grand jury, though the county’s top prosecutor said the designation gives the group no authority typically associated with grand juries.

The group hopes to be a part of a statewide 25-person grand jury, which they say under the umbrella of the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution and the Magna Carta, can investigate alleged criminals and politicians on the suspicion a law has been violated, with no authorization from the judicial system.

“What has to happen though is we have to go back to the roots of the nation and fix what’s wrong,” said Veronica Hannevig of Fell Twp., who organized a meeting Tuesday night.

A legal notice in Friday’s Times-Tribune announced the reinstating of a Lackawanna County common law grand jury.

However, Lackawanna County District Attorney Andy Jarbola said the group has no legal standing or recognition from the government.

“They don’t have any authority. They don’t have subpoena powers,” Mr. Jarbola said. “They better be careful, because if they’re practicing law without a license they could face criminal charges.”

The common law grand jury system could investigate the political corruption and connections that are rampant in Northeast Pennsylvania, attendees of the meeting said Tuesday.

“Freedom in this country right now is only an illusion,” said co-organizer John Kistler of Moosic.

Contact the writer: ksullivan@timesshamrock.com, @ksullivanTT on Twitter”

Published in: on September 8, 2013 at 7:04 pm  Comments (6)  

Trial by Jury: Common Law

by: Lise from Maine

“What is the purpose in having a trial by jury according to the course of the Common Law?

First and foremost is to STOP the government (state and federal) from taking wrongfully the life, liberty, and property of the defendant (live people and not fictions) and to protect our Common Law government of laws from the whims of mere men and women (legislators, judges, prosecutors, etc).

Our Common Law disappeared in 1959 unlawfully by those privileged members of the Maine State Bar Association who voted among themselves to remove it.

Fraud! Fraud! Fraud!

They had no right whatsoever to do this; no delegation of power to do this at all.

In other words, they “stole” from the people, and theft has NO standing in Common Law or otherwise.

The power of the jury is to give or withhold consent for the government to act or not act against one of the people (defendant).

Imagine this kind of power!

It is raw power in and of itself.

Wow!

The Common Law jury in a criminal trial is a form of “shield” or “wall” against an unlawful government.

Just say no to an unjust and unlawful law.

The Common Law jury can decide the facts of the case and the law (see Lysander Spooner’s article called Trial by Jury)

According to Common Law traditions, the juror decides for himself or herself according to his or her conscience and can by-pass the judge’s instructions which is really the “will” of the judge.

At one time, the jury selection happened at the local control (all power is inherent in the people – see Declaration of Rights, Sec. 2) in the vicinity, and the courts had to accept the jurors as they are or as they find them.

No tampering with the jurors was allowed.

I just learned that it is NOT the voter application form that is used to select a potential jury. It is the driver’s license that is used.

It really doesn’t matter since both are fraudulent processes in the first instance.

See definition of state in the Maine motor vehicle code – “state” is a territory of the United States.

Really?

How can this be?

Isn’t Maine a free and independent state?

I guess not!

So if a person (live, breathing person) does not have a driver’s (driver is a commercial term) license, then that person is eliminated from being a potential juror.

Isn’t this discriminatory?

Isn’t this “selective” choosing as to who can be on a jury and who cannot?

Who does the choosing?

Once again, it is a decision coming from the top-down centralization of power (the state) and away from the people’s power.

Once the jurors arrive at the courthouse, they are counted, given a speech by the so-called judge, and given a questionnaire to fill out.

Is this a Common Law tradition?

NO!

The jurors are selected or rejected according to what they write on the questionnaires by the defense attorney and the prosecutor in the case and perhaps the judge’s decision, too.

This is absolutely wrong and unlawful.

This is NOT a process of and by the people but from a centralization of power from the top-down = the state.

This is government selected jurors (centralization of power from the top-down) in order to meet its own needs hoping for a conviction.

A few years ago I was selected for jury duty and filled out the questionnaire and was one of about 25 people selected to be interviewed by the so-called judge (it was so-called judge Horton at the time), the defense attorney, and the prosecutor in the judge’s chambers regarding a murder case in my county.

I thought to myself “oh, boy, am I going to have fun in the judge’s chambers,” and I did.

I asked so-called judge Horton if he had a commission.

Guess what he said.

He said, “I don’t know.”

How can you, as the judge, not know if you have a commission or not?

Was I challenging his authority?

Of course I was!

Did he like this questioning?

No!

So I decided to educate him a little, and told him the definition of a commission and what it accomplishes plus told him of various laws that said that the justices MUST be commissioned.

Needless to say, he didn’t respond to any of that but decided to ask me questions about the questionnaire instead.

Silence!

What does silence in this instance actually say when he has a duty to speak?

He knew he was caught so he had to move on.

Was I selected for jury duty?

Of course not!

I was viewed as a “dangerous” person who knew too much so he had to get rid of me right on the front end (perhaps the defense attorney and the prosecutor wanted me out, too).

But guess what?

I had fun with it.

This is a classic example of using one’s power to learn the truth of the matter at hand.

By the way, there was a recorder present in the room. I am willing to bet that the recording disappeared or is hidden somewhere.

Lesson: Use your power whenever you can. Grab the moment when you see an opportunity.

I grabbed the moment because I knew that I probably would never have this chance again to challenge a so-called judge.

I always seek out opportunities at any given time.

A Common Law juror is a freeman whereby under his or her oath seeks to do right by his or her conscience as it relates to the facts of the case and the application of the law.

A Common Law juror does not have to listen to the judge’s instructions which is his will, of course.

How does a juror know that the so-called judge is telling the truth when he instructs the jury?

He or she doesn’t know that.

What do so-called judges tell the jury nowadays?

It goes like this: blah,blah,blah…………….., and you must accept the law as I give it.

Really?

What does this actually mean?

What he is saying implicitly is that I am the one who is educated in law, and I am the elite here so you, the jury, have to accept the law as I GIVE IT TO YOU (his will).

Oh really!

Is this tampering with the jury?

Most certainly appears that way to me.

What we are under today is the Roman Civil Law whereby the jurors, foreign agents today as above-mentioned, are sworn to the loyalty of the state.

How nice!

The juror must obey the truth, and if the so-called judge’s instructions violates the truth, then the juror is obligated to vote towards the truth and nothing else.

His oath requires that he operate in truth, and he or she cannot commit a wrong by going against his or her conscience no matter what the so-called judge says in his instructions.

All for now.

More to come later on this subject as it is a fascinating subject.

The people need to learn the “power” that they “have” in order to administer justice and “take away” the power of a fraudulent government such as we have today in Maine.”

Lise, your research is greatly appreciated. If anyone has questions for her, feel free to ask in the comment section. Anyone got a challenge for Lise?

Published in: on July 28, 2013 at 3:28 pm  Comments (8)  

Common Law is the Law of the People…

Our American Common Law by Howard Fisher and Dale Pond

In Maine, conceptions of personal and property rights are based on the common law. Wheeler v Phoenix Indemnity Co. (1949) 144 Me. 105, 65 A.2d 10

Common law is in force in Maine. Sacknoff v Sacknoff (1932) 131 Me. 280, 161 A. 669; Copp v Paradis (1931) 130 Me. 464, 157 A. 228

Published in: on November 29, 2012 at 8:35 pm  Comments (4)  
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