A great four part series of videos explaining the essence of Western Roman Law and the trusts that enslave western civilisation from Frank O’Collins. In New Zealand we have some great people such as Vinny Eastwood, Ian Parker, Peter Martin, Bill Turner and others involved in the quest for truth and freedom from the oppressive system implemented with tools such as money and manipulated holy science more commonly known as religion.
Here also is a link to David Wilcock’s site and access to MP3 downloads and discussion with Winston Shrout an expert in “cracking the money code” that is the King James version of the Bible. This will help you to understand how the system in Admiralty/Merchant Law really works behind the scenes and not normally taught to law students. Mr Shrout quite rightly points out that the system has been beneficial in many ways but that insider corruption has also been the cause of much injustice. I say that it is the cause of a ‘retarded’ development toward learning about the deceit, the cause of mass genocide and suppression of advanced technology. Technology that will effectively bankrupt the money makers and shakers – the illuminati, the secret societies of sin worshippers that are continuing to shackle humanity from ending poverty, hunger, disease etc. , deliberately. Frank O’Collins clarifies this with a video interview, the age of personal responsibility, in honor. Further a good basis are both articles, Banks are the problem so lets get to the root and The Holy Grail exposed articles within this blog. See Banks enjoy massive profit and tax exemptions as a financial service for no apparently good reason – why? – compared to other business. A business cannot claim a GST credit on Bank fees for example, (an expense) here in New Zealand. Law and Banking is frankly unlawful in its present form, people have been badly misled and deceived, its as simple as that and the evidence is overwhelming.
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