Kurt was unable to be our guest last week due to scheduling but will be on for sure the 27th of April.
Podcaster, Researcher, Activist
It's been a very long time - perhaps more than 2+ years - since Kurt was last with us on our show. His research findings continue to shine new light as he exposes more lies behind many misguided assumptions about life, liberty, property and government.
Earlier this week Kurt began his weekly conferences so our show tonight will be about a subject he covered as follows:
Again, DO NOT WASTE ANY MORE OF YOUR TIME ON MYTH!
Join Kurt TONIGHT For:
"Do You Consider Yourself Shipwrecked?"
Thursday, April 20th 2017
Over the next several weeks I will attempt to explain why “you” become subject-to the COMMERCIAL COURTS of ADMIRALTY.
According to Black’s Law 5th Edition…
Wreck. To destroy, disable, or seriously damage. To reduce to a wreck or ruinous state by any kind of violence; to overthrow, shatter, or destroy; to cause to crash or suffer ruin, synonymous with ruin, smash, and demolish. Its antonyms are save, salvage, and preserve. Destruction, disorganization, or serious injury of anything, especially by violence. Houston Printing Co. v. Hunter, Tex.Civ.App., 105 S.W.2d 3 12, 317. Goods cast ashore by the sea, and not claimed by the owner within a year, or other specified period; which, in such case, become the property of the state. The term applies to property cast upon land by the sea; to jetsam, flotsam, and ligan.
Common law. Goods cast ashore from a wrecked vessel, where no person has escaped from the wreck alive; and which are forfeited to the crown, or to persons having the franchise of wreck. But if claimed by the true owner within a year and a day the goods, or their proceeds, must be restored to him, by virtue of stat.
Maritime law. A ship becomes a wreck when, in consequence of injuries received, she is rendered absolutely unnavigable, or unable to pursue her voyage, without repairs exceeding the half of her value. A "wrecked vessel," however, in common phraseology, includes a sunken vessel. Act March 3, 1 899, § 15 (33 U.S.C.A. § 409).
The problem we face is ALL about PRIVATE PROPERTY so...
As of NOW let ALL Patriot Myth be damned!
Document for discussion - “A Conceptual Wreck: Salvaging the Law of Finds” by Justin S. DuClos – Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce, Vol. 38, No. 1, January, 2007
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