The Secret to Winning In Court – Court Remedy


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Remember, thou is not a ‘person/persona‘. The person/persona is a corporate entity or trust. Be man or woman. Thou also is not a ‘resident‘. Thou lives in thy body. Thou lives on the land, not in it. Thou is not a defendant, a mister, a person, a resident. These are actors in their play/game. Thou is man or woman!!!!

#1 Don’t sign anything

Here’s an excerpt of the book Paper Arrows (recommended by Yusuf El).

Important case about arraignment. See text below image.

In this case, it was determined that the jailers cannot hold anyone more than 48 hours without a probable cause hearing or a bail hearing or an arraignment.

(One must “sign in” for the bail hearing or arraignment, so do not sign.)

#2 I do not consent. How to win in court.

Do not sign anything. Do not get a lawyer. The rest appears below.

Here’s the text:

Do not sign anything.

Do not get a lawyer.

You tell the judge this word for word and nothing else.

This is for the record. I am here in the body of flesh and blood.

(Now read these four sentences)

  1. I do not consent to these proceedings.
  2. Your offer is not accepted.
  3. I do not consent to being surety for this case and these proceedings.
  4. I demand the bond be immediately brought forward so I can see who will indemnify me if [I’m] damaged

Your case will be dismissed.

The judge has no choice other than to dismissal of your case he/she can not bring up the bond. Then give this to every defendant. The courts will close down because the courts are a Private Business and not a justice machine as originally thought.


Thou might also want to get the case discharged and with prejudice. A dismissed case may be re-opened. A discharged case may not. Similarly, with prejudice means, though maybe in a different way, that the case can’t be re-tried. At least get the case dismissed with prejudice. The “with prejudice” part should do the trick. Also, thou might say to the judge that it is your wish. “I wish that the case be discharged with prejudice.” Thou may only wish for something. Never want of anything. Wants may be denied.

#3 Be a Simple Man or Woman — Karl Lentz Method Explained

Explaining the Karl Lentz approach. From Critical Mass meeting in UK.

“Many people are worried when they’re writing out anything that they want to put into court about using their name. Don’t be afraid of your name. It’s yours. Be proud of it. It’s not going to hurt you.

If you go in as a person, your name is going to be written all over you. It’s on your back. It’s like a monkey. It’s going to ride you and ride you hard.

But if you stand up and say, “I’m a man. My name is Freeman ______.”

That’s it. I’ve already claimed my status. I’m a man.  From then on in, no one can tell me that I’m a person. You’ve just done away with all of their myth.

So you want to be a man or a woman. So I’m a man in court. But how do I become a man in court. That’s your paperwork. You’re going to an administrative court. An administrative court can only hear your paperwork. You’ve no voice until you tell them who you are. And you tell them with your paperwork. A 2D court can’t hear a 3D voice. It can only hear 2D paperwork.

So the first thing you’ve got to do is enter some paperwork into that court to a court number (?) to say I’m a man. Once you’ve done that, you’ve claimed your status. You’ve said to them, I a man in this venue have a voice. Once you’ve got a voice you can speak.

This will terrify them. Of course it’s going to terrify them. Who wants to be talked to as a man in their court. They’re all persons.  The judge is a person. The clerk of the court is a person. The solicitor is a person. Everybody else there is a person.

And don’t try to be clever. Don’t try and say oh the paperwork they’ve sent me what they’re trying to do… Be a simple man. A simple man can only read what’s written in front of him. So if you’ve got a summons from Her Majesty’s Court and Revenue, I expect Her Majesty’s Court and Revenue to be in court because her majesty’s court and revenue, according to that piece of paper in front of me is the one who’s bringing the claim and I want to hear the claimant’s voice.

So you say the nine words.

I a man require the plaintiff appear in court.

Or “claimant appear in court” depends on what your summons says. And when you get to court, because you’ve put the paperwork in, =

To be continued….

From the YouTube comments:

  • Q. What kind of court proceedings would this work?
    A. One where there is no injured party or one where the plaintiff is a fiction of law.

Thou is not a defendant or a person or a mister. Those are legal fictions – titles – offices. Thou is man. See this video series. Thou might also want to ask:

  1. Are we are the record? [If it’s not on the record, then it can be reviewed on appeal.]
  2. Judge, do you have an oath of office? [Wait for reply. Then say,] For and on the record, this court takes judicial notice of the judge’s oath.
  3. More here in this three-part video series.

#4 I am idiot.

This came to me as a true story although I cannot confirm how true it is but did come from someone who gives reliable information. Here it is without any changes.
True story:
A man went to court. He told the judge he was an idiot and didn’t understand their statutes. He asked, “Do you prosecute idiots in your court room?” “No,” said the judge. “Get out of here.” He left. The Judge then said, “If there are any other idiots in my courtroom, get out now.” They all stayed, got prosecuted, and fined . . . except the idiot who left the courtroom.
“Idiot” is another word that has changed its meaning over the centuries, although not as dramatically as “nice” once it was imported into English.
The Greek “idiotes” meant simply “private individual” (from “idios,” meaning “personal”), as opposed to a “public man,” a politician (government agent mine) or other well-known individual. (“Idios” also gave us “idiom,” one’s own way of speaking, and “idiosyncrasy,” one’s personal quirks and habits.)

#5 ‘I object to the whole thing’

“I object to the whole thing.”

“It is my wish that it be that way.” (Your wish is the judge’s command.)

#6 (Repeat/Similar) The Secret to Winning in Court

Here’s am image showing something almost identical to the image in Part One above. Found on Facebook with comments below.

See text below this image.


The judges do not want this known but you’d never get a bar attorney to help you with this!

This was reported to have happened in an LA Superior Court recently:

A woman said four things –

First – I do not consent to these proceedings.

Second – Your offer is not accepted.

Third – I do not consent to being surety for this case and these proceedings

Fourth – I demand the bond be immediately brought forward so I can see who will indemnify me if I am damaged.

The judge dismissed the case immediately and told her to leave the court.

Someone had listened to what she said and when they were called for their case, they repeated her words, and the judge dismissed his case, told him to leave the court, got up and told everyone the court was closed and would not be open till the next day and left the court.

#7 You are not a mister – Three videos by AT

These videos are excellent. Know these words by heart! Practice.

Also see the AT’s videos about dealing with the police.

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