Friday, July 13, 2007

The Cryer and Beecraft IRS Performance. A Misdirecting Disinformation Fiasco in the Making.

The Cryer and Beecraft IRS Performance. A Misdirecting Disinformation Fiasco in the Making.

by Raymond Ronald Karczewski©

I listened to the Ed and Elaine Brown Talk Radio show on RBN today July 12, hosted by Tim Wingate interviewing Guest Lawyers Tom Cryer and Lawyer Larry Beecraft.

My intention was to congratulate Cryer and Beecraft for their win over the IRS "NO LAW" issue. I held on for 40 minutes of the 60 minute program and was never allowed on.

The more I listened, the more my "disinformation" antenna began to pick up the actual direction taken by these two lawyers. Keep in mind they, Cryer and Beecraft, were two lawyers who outlawyered the government lawyers.

The facts show that these are two Lawyers who are fictional corporate entities themselves, engaged in arguing a fictional principle in a fictional "show trial" setting with other lawyers, other fictional entities, none of whom, because of their fictional status, are Sovereign,. In short, it was a closed environment, a tightly controlled play of words composed of ALL fictional persons, who have sold
their souls to the Government Corporation and its Courts. Read more here. and here.


Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

To Ray:

Please go to , then scroll down to "Time-Sensitive Announcement", and click on the LONG link.

That will take you to a document, "Notice of Constitutional Crisis". You'll especially enjoy the heading, "Done in the Presence of Almighty Yahweh", and the references at the end to Deuteronomy and Leviticus.

Meanwhile, the rest of us live in a world that is (rightly or wrongly) subscribed to by 99.99999999999% of the population of the world.

My suspicion is that you (and apparently Ed & Elaine) believe that the Constitution is a "corporate" subversion, and that we are still under the Articles of Confederation---making each State an independent nation. Further, you appear to place great emphasis upon legal "fictions", as if all we have to do is simply ignore them. I don't think too many of us want to fast for 55 days just to avoid having a driver's license, or tabs on our vehicles.

Perhaps I'm wrong in that suspicion.

The overwhelming majority of us in the so-called Patriot Movement [I prefer Restore the Republic Movement] believe in the Constitution of the United States. Folks like yourself and those of appear to be on the outer fringe of the fringe.

That is your right, but I doubt that you'll find many converts amongst the rest of us.


7:08 PM  
Blogger here2daygonetomorrow said...

Thank you Scott. Well said once again. It's scary to think that Ed and Elaine would listen to a person such as Raymond Ronald Karczewski. Once again, it is attempted to bring religion to the forefront, where it has no place in this issue, period.

Unfortunately, somewhere along the line Ed and Elaine lost track of the real issue and went off in a different direction. I am not persecuting anyone for their prescribed religion, it just has no place here.

And Mr. Karcsewski, you are a fiction to me sir, one I will not acknowledge.

1:42 AM  

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