Jy blaai in die argief vir 2012 September.

Back to basics, 10 simple to understand

September 5, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

The fundamental principles and precepts of universal commercial law that have for millennia formed the underpinnings of civilized law on this planet are both biblical and non-biblical, i.e. their truth and validity is a function of themselves and the long-accepted usage and practice by many cultures and peoples, in diverse forms, throughout the world for thousands of years.

These fundamental Maxims of Commerce, which underlie all commercial documents, instruments, and processes, are enumerated herewith:

1. A workman is worthy of his hire

 Legal maxim: “It is against equity for freemen not to have the free disposal of their own property.” (Now compare that to tax laws)

2. All are equal under the Law

Legal maxims: “No one is above the law.”; “Commerce, by the law of nations, ought to be common, and not to be converted into a monopoly and the private gain of a few.”

Compare this to laws allowing banks to do business, protecting monopolies and to statutes that clearly shows that all people are not equal befor the statute

3. In Commerce truth is sovereign

Legal maxim: “To lie is to go against the mind.”

4. Truth is expressed by means of an affidavit

An unrebutted affidavit stands as the truth in Commerce

Legal maxim: “He who does not deny, admits.”

Try to get your bank to make an affidavit that you actually have a debt. I have been trying without success.

6. An unrebutted affidavit becomes the judgment in Commerce. Any proceeding in a court, tribunal, or arbitration forum consists of a contest, or “duel,” of commercial affidavits wherein the points remaining unrebutted in the end stand as the truth and the matters to which the judgment of the law is applied.).

7.Legal maxim: “He who fails to assert his rights has none.”

8. He who leaves the field of battle first loses by default

Legal maxim: “He who does not repel a wrong when he can, occasions it.”

Is this not what is effectively being forced onto people by a legal system that is not affordable to most people?

9. Sacrifice is the measure of credibility

(One who is not damaged, put at risk, or willing to swear an oath that he consents to claim against his commercial liability in the event that any of his statements or actions is groundless or unlawful, has no basis to assert claims or charges and forfeits all credibility and right to claim authority.)

Legal maxim: “He who bears the burden ought also to derive the benefit.”

10. A lien or claim can be satisfied only through rebuttal by Counter-affidavit point-for-point, resolution by jury, or payment

Legal maxim: “If the plaintiff does not prove his case, the defendant is absolved.”

Yet again, the banks simply refuse to rebut any claim point by point and the ombudsman and courts allow this on a  daily basis.

Blikskottel: Loves the basics

Screw Woolies and their racist policies

September 4, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

http://www.sapromo.com/features/item/310-racist-woolworths-sa-defiant

Justin Harrison, an internet marketing guru started blogging about the clothes and food chain’s advertising excluding whites last week and now they seem to have started changing the wording of their recruitment adverts.

Justin broke the story on social networks when Woolworths SA posted ads on their career site. It said their jobs were only open to African, Coloured and Indian candidates.

He says that as a post apartheid child, he is “neither politically motivated or inspired, however the increasing blatant racist economic policies that are very clearly exclusive of whites is starting to require a voice and some decisive action”.

He feels the whites who are still in South Africa stayed and signed up for a fully inclusive country, and just want to get on with it and build a South Africa that works for everyone.

We know that Woolies is not alone in these policies as we have already written on this site about our flying circus – SAA – that excludes whites from its cadet pilot training programme.

Blikskottel: Will not let these arseholes have his money ever again.

Slavery, servitude and forced labour

September 3, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Chapter 2 – Bill of Rights
13. Slavery, servitude and forced labour

No one may be subjected to slavery, servitude or forced labour.

What is a forced income tax on your efforts if not servitude?

How can it be an income if labour is simply traded  equally for money?

Blikskottel: Loves it when people start asking the right questions.

RSA in a nutshell…and most other countries as well

September 2, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

Blikskottel: Wonders how long people will take injustice from socalled leaders.

Salige stilte, dis verkiesing in Angola

September 1, 2012 in Sonder kategorie

In Angola is daar tans ‘n algemene verkiesing, of liewer iets wat voorgee om dit te wees. Almal weet dat die idioot in beheer gaan nooit toelaat dat hy en sy kommie regering ooit die mag verloor nie…maar dis nie waaroor die storie gaan nie.

Tans is ek besig om op ‘n groot olie projek te werk so 1.5 ure se vlieg met ‘n helikopter, die see in. Ons woon op ‘n drywende wooneenheid wat so 400 mense kan huisves, algemeen bekend as die “barge”. Gemiddeld is daar so 30 nasionaliteite verteenwoordig en omtrent 60% van die mense is Angolese.

Die lot Angolese is dus almal nou weg om te gaan stem en daar is iets wat geen mens kan mis nie: STILTE het oor die hele woonplek en werksplekke toegsak….dis hemels. Geen skreeuende Angolese, geen gestry en baklei, geen chips op skouers, geen gemors aan die etenstafel, geen sokker op elke beskikbare TV, TV klank nie oorverdowend hard nie, geen 70ste rangse Nigeriese flieks, geen musiek met half kaal, dik vroumense nie….en meeste van alles stilte in al die slaap kajuite na 10 uur in die aand.

Blikskottel: Gaan die paar dae geniet vir wat dit werd is.