13 Things The Gov't Doesn't Want You To Know
By Robert Arthur Menard
On Dec 5th, 2000 The Ministry of Children and Family Services ‘legally removed’ a child that didn’t ‘legally exist’. They did so without investigation. Because the acted without information, they claimed the infant had only one caregiver. They were wrong.
The parents said they would prove in court the infant had two caregivers and they were a family in act and intent. In order to deny the parents recourse to the Law, the ministry worker said that if they tried to speak the truth in court, she would see to it that the infant spent the first five years of her life going from foster home to foster home to foster home. This was an act of extortion.
This is a society where the government workers feel they have the right to tear apart a family without investigation and then deny the parents recourse to the law. This is the worst form of tyranny and it is one I will not consent to. We are told that we live in a free society. There is no greater test of freedom then being able to leave. In order to understand this idea better, we need to know some words and their definitions.
First off, a society is a group of people joined together by mutual consent to deliberate, determine and act for a common goal. Notice how there is no mention of geographical area? Being in a certain geographical area might give you’re the right to join a society, however it cannot create an obligation to join. See that mutual consent part? Pay attention to it, it will become very important.
Now what is a statute? Is a statute law? The answer is yes and no. It is not the law, but it is a rule, which has the force of law, within a society. Statutes are the laws of a society. Outside of society, they have no effect at all. I look at society as a house party, not a prison. At this party, there is food and music. We have a system set up which is supposed to determine what music is played and what food is served.
This system is supposed to be democratic in nature, where the majority decides. Now if you don’t like the food, music, rules of the house, or the system designed to determine those things, you are perfectly free to leave. Maybe in the house (in society) you can’t smoke or own a gun. Does this mean you can’t do those things once you leave? Of course not! If you are no longer in the house, its rules no longer apply to you.
In this pdf book Robert Menard debunks 13 Secrets The Gov't Doesn't Want You To Know!
Including: A Constructive Notice of Denial of Consent; Conditional Acceptance of Offer, plus lots of questions you should be asking your local MPS, MLAs and Police Officers.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 April, 2011.