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“I Am a “being” whose true specie-specific origin and genesis was the moment of FERTILIZATION.”
After a very long absence (4/27/2017) Kurt comes back on our show to update us on his research and discoveries. He recently completed an amazing interview on the RogueWays Youtube channel which we will be following at this link:
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"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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The UK Labor leadership battle has entered its next phase, pitting five candidates with radically different views against one another for the top job.
On the political left, Sir Keir Starmer and Rebecca Long Bailey are leading the way with highest nominations, whilst Lisa Nandy and Jess Phillips, two major critics of Jeremy Corbyn are in hot pursuit. Emily Thornberry, who served under Corbyn has also qualified just 10 minutes before the deadline.
A lot is at stake for Labor in this campaign. Not only is their leadership being decided, but the very heart and soul of the party after such a bad performance in the last general election.
One aspect which has worried some is that all five candidates have publicly backed a pro-Israel advocacy group’s 10 pledge list on antisemitism. A move which is seen as an attack on the Palestinian cause.
Mr. Livingstone was one of many former pro-Palestine Labor members who were purged from the party, allegedly as part of a witch hunt against Corbyn supporters.
The leadership contest will not be finished until a vote by members is held in mid-April this year. Until then, debates will continue to rage.
130 killed in avalanches-floods Pakistan & Afghanistan"
Most were killed in Kashmir's picturesque Neelum Valley, which had been hard hit by avalanches earlier in the week, said operations director of the Kashmiri disaster management authority Saeed ur Rehamn Qureshi.
He said "scores" of houses had been damaged, and put the death toll slightly higher than the national authorities, at 77 dead with 94 wounded.
One Neelum Valley resident, Lal Hussain Minhas, said he had pulled his cousin's wife from under the snow and debris when her house was hit by an avalanche.
One person was killed, another was missing and six were injured in an explosion and fire at a chemical factory in northeastern Spain, local authorities said. Black smoke billowed above the factory in Tarragona, following what rescue services called a "chemical accident". However, authorities said there was no evidence of any "toxic cloud".
Two of the injured were in a critical condition, Miquel Buch, from the Catalan regional government, told TV3. A spokesman for Catalonia's rescue services said the fire had been contained, adding that several of the injured had suffered burns.
The building in which one person died collapsed near the factory. This was due to a shockwave from the explosion, media including La Vanguardia and El Pais newspapers said.
"Macron rushing pension bill
to parliament amid strike"
The administration of President Emmanuel Macron issued what it claimed was a compromise - a withdrawal of a 2-year hike to the retirement age - but then it said the concession would only be a temporary postponement. What’s worse, the government didn’t clarify when the postponement will start or end.
The leaders of the nation’s largest union immediately embraced the postponement of the age hike, indicating that they are not entirely opposed to Macron's radical and unprecedented pension scheme. Other unions reject the age hike and insist on the plan’s total withdrawal, in large part because the details were released only last week and yet they will be rushed to parliament on January 24.
The strike has largely rested on the sacrifices of public transport workers, mainly train workers. The confusion and disunity may be why their strike participation has fallen to their lowest levels yet. The Macron administration has only negotiated for a handful of days, even though almost six weeks of strikes have been financially damaging to many workers and their families.
"Man-made biological 'robot'
comes to life"
Published on Jan 14, 2020
Scientists have invented a “living, programmable organism” or “xenobot” from stem cells harvested from the embryo of the African clawed frog. While it is in extremely early stages of development, they hope that the minuscule living “machines” will be useful for a range of tasks from pollution removal to cleaning plaque off of artery walls.