Why do the sovereign Filipino people allow themselves to be court marshaled in foreign corporate courts?

All judges being a military tribunal in the Philippines are considered navy admirals. A judge must have the defendant volunteer both subject matter jurisdiction and in personam jurisdiction over to the court. It is the job of an attorney or judge to get the arrested party to sign some document so that happens for the judge is the bonding out contract, and for the attorney the power of attorney contract. All government actions are by contract Best response to always say and nothing more “I refuse to contract with you!” All government actions are by contract. Remain silent by not talking to a police officer, as he does not have legal authority to talk to you. Sovereigns do not have a last name, so never give it out, as a last name is fictional. Your first and middle hyphenated surname is your appellation. Do not allow to be addressed as Mister / Mr. in a court as they are reducing you from being a sovereign over them to a low ranking military personnel, as a judge is an admiral in court of admiralty jurisdiction using maritime law. The judge uses a letter or marque to become an inland privateer/pirate. A police officer’s badge is his letter or marque. Definition: Mister 2. 2) noun, naval a) the official form of address for subordinate or senior warrant officers b) the official form of address for all officers in a merchant ship, other than the captain c) navy the official form of address used by the commanding officer to his officers, esp to the more junior – Source: The Filipino people are delusional to think what they have are civilian courts in their country under the foreign principals of the Roman Catholic pope and Jesuits when in fact they are all military tribunals. The office of the President of the Philippines is that of a Rear Admiral being nothing less than a dictator, which is easily seen by the creation of Statutes and Regulations by Presidential Executive Orders without being voted on by the Congress of the Philippines. This is a very dangerous type of Government that can oppress all rights of the sovereign Filipino people. The reason you are in a military court being court marshaled is the judge address the defendant by the lowly military titles of Mr., Miss, Ms, and Mrs. If you were in a court under the original republic you would be address as sovran, but the public is brainwashed to accept their loss of rights without knowing it has happened for most.

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Now you have a horrible contradiction in your question. "Court-martialed" in foreign... More
Answered By: Enigma - 1/31/2012
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LOL What?
Answered By: PAKI UMIHI D2- Charlie - 1/31/2012
Philippines is not well equip nor furnish whatever they needed even they are considered sovereign base to the past. Contrary to the US they have the JAG to defend all military personnel. Philippines if you encountered problem being a military personnel I don't think they have a tribunal specialize with their case.... More
Answered By: grachez mille - 1/31/2012
Not reading all the Blah Blah Blah but simply I will say that a Philippine civilian will not be tried in a foreign military court. Court Martials are for enlisted personnel.
Answered By: RN2011 - 1/31/2012
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