Oklahoma: OK-Safe Reviews State Questions for General Election on Nov 2nd

Updated: September 1, 2010

State Questions for General Election, November 2, 2010 Ballot

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Originally published on R3publicans : Sep 20, 2010 @ 9:46


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  4. My main concern with State Question 755 is that i’m not real sure what international law and the law of nations is. So its hard to tell if this is something that will affect us in the wrong way or not.

    I have done some research and found some interesting articles that would make me believe that “International Law” may not be such a good thing. For instants it deals with “unnatural persons” and corporations. Not Human Beings or (natural persons) who have unalienable birth rights. Most generally in the eyes of the law a “person” is A legal Fiction or “strawman” that was created via the birth certificate making you a corporation. Ever notice how your DL,Court Papers etc. has your name in ALL CAPS? Thats very significant in the sense that corporations spell there names in ALL CAPS. Is International Law being used to strip us of our Unalienable & Constitutional Rights? And is it in reality Maritime Law?It very well could be!!

    One things for sure the framers of this question (755) could have included “Constitutional Law” in the wording rather than just saying courts would have to rely on state and federal supreme court rulings to decide cases.

    I’m still researching this further as to find the truth of the matter but I’m almost convinced “International Law” is not good.

    I will post some links to help you decide what this all means. Hope I didn’t make this any more confusing than it already is!!

    What is international law?

    International law, commonly referred to as “public international law,” regulates relations and activities between nations. It also contains rules regarding the operations of international organizations, such as the United Nations. In addition, it governs state treatment of individuals and juridical persons (i.e., non-natural persons, such as a corporation, association or partnership). SEE FULL DEFINITION HERE: http://www.justia.com/international-law/

    What is maritime law?

    Admiralty law (also referred to as maritime law) is a distinct body of law which governs maritime questions and offenses. It is a body of both domestic law governing maritime activities, and private international law governing the relationships between private entities which operate vessels on the oceans. It deals with matters including marine commerce, marine navigation, shipping, sailors, and the transportation of passengers and goods by sea. Admiralty law also covers many commercial activities, although land based or occurring wholly on land, that are maritime in character.

    Admiralty law is distinguished from the Law of the Sea, which is a body of public international law dealing with navigational rights, mineral rights, jurisdiction over coastal waters and international law governing relationships between nations. SEE FULL DEFINITION HERE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Admiralty_law

    International law: human rights vs. sovereignty

    Marine Admiralty Law vs Common Law
    Maritime law is an International law formed by the different law makers under (IMO) International Maritime Organisation where they develop the convention, which later …

    International law and municipal law

    In principle, international law operates only at the international level and not within domestic legal systems—a perspective consistent with positivism, which recognizes international law and municipal law as distinct and independent systems. Conversely, advocates of natural law maintain that municipal and international law form a single legal system, an approach sometimes referred to as monism. Such a system, according to monists, may arise either out of a unified ethical approach emphasizing universal human rights or out of a formalistic, hierarchical approach positing the existence of one fundamental norm underpinning both international law and municipal law. …

    The Constitution of America no longer exists, federal courts operate under international law ( not Constitutional law), the bill of rights are gone, the states have no rights, YOU HAVE NO RIGHTS! “Freedom” web sites such as this one are now labeled “hate talk” and may not exist much longer. Since we hate tyranny, we are considered dangerous by the government. Also, through Non Government Organizations (NGO’s) and environmentalist groups supported by The Beast, the lifestyle of your family will forever change.

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