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                                        AN ATTORNEY IS HONORABLE ?

The word “ATTORNEY” at law comes from “ATTORN”, an old French word meaning to “twist” or “turn”, exactly the same as those who crank the spit while roasting a pig as it is slowly “turned” over an open fire.  Attorneys twist the law for their own purposes.

Attorneys conduct the ceremony of attornment. “Attornment” is the feudal process of transferring service or homage (allegiance) of tenants from one liege lord to another, passing the serfs along underneath. It is a form of peonage and slavery (serfdom) for “serfs”, a class structure for society (e.g. English class structure), and a Title of Nobility for Attorneys.

The word attorney is defined in Funk and Wagnalls, Practical Dictionary as: “To agree to recognize the new owner of a property or estate and promise payment of rent to him”. “The acknowledgment by tenant of a new lord on the alienation of land; also, the acknowledgment by a bailee that he holds property for a new party”.

Also from Black’s Law Dictionary, Revised 4th Edition the definition of attorney is: “To turn over, to transfer to another money or goods; to assign to some particular use or service. To consent to the transfer of a rent or reversion…”

In England prior to the Pilgrims leaving Europe, the aristocracy held the land, and the lower classes worked the land. When the land changed from one aristocratic lord to another, a treaty was made between the tenants and the new lord. This was to prevent any uprising between the tenants and the new lord. This transfer of power with treaty was called attornment.

Attornment was the method of peacefully passing land from one aristocrat to another, without disturbing the class structure. This helped maintain a noble class, and a common class. Therefore in English law, attornment was a method guaranteeing an unequal protection of the law for the rich and poor, but one tolerable to both classes.

An attorney’s role in this system was to provide the ceremony of acquiescence of the poor, and to do so in such a manner to preserve the class structure. The present day attorney is still involved with this process, their role has not changed.

All attorneys practice attornment under a trade flag or “Title of Nobility” known as “Esquire” and abbreviated after their names as Esq. The Judges black robes also symbolize the nobility title. This is all in violation of the U.S. Constitution (Article 1, Sect. 9, Cl 8).

All attorneys use the term Esquire openly after their names as a badge of honor, however, originally in medieval Europe the esquire was the toady that followed the King’s knight around and took care of his horse droppings and his suit of armor. Therefore, the guru feels that the proper symbol for attorneys should not be the    scales of justice, but rather the shovel.

HRSIT

Even today, attorneys are still full of horseshit and they dish it out to anybody dumb enough to stay around and listen to them.

All attorneys twist the law for their own self serving purposes, ego, money, prestige, power, ruler ship. They transfer service or homage of their “serfs” (clients) in the service of the ruling elite in a modern day legal/commercial feudal system. Their purpose is to keep the rich, rich, and the poor, poor.

If you are “represented” by an attorney, you forfeit your rights. You can’t speak for yourself, and you surrender jurisdiction to the Bar Association to attorn your estate. An attorney is supposed to act as a substitute, like a second in dueling. When does an attorney ever go to jail for his client? Attorneys take their client’s money and they let their clients go to jail.

The Bar association engages in attornment, not law. It is fraudulent, criminal use of the vestiges of law (deadly force – police force) to exploit, dominate, subjugate, plunder and abuse another.

The history of the term “bar” as representing a legal organization dates from the early 1300s. The word originated when King Edward II established a system of courts throughout his kingdom to settle disputes among the people. Judges moved from village to village to hear and settle disagreements in the surrounding communities.

The common people of this early era derived most of their entertainment and education in public gathering places. Hearing the plights and disputes of fellow villagers was a great diversion for them. As the courts grew in number, more people began attending these sessions as a social gathering. Consequently, the court sessions had to be held in fields or commons to accommodate the crowds.

It soon became necessary to set up boundaries to separate the spectators from the proceedings. This was accomplished by surrounding the court with a square of logs. Only those persons who were part of the court or party to the argument were allowed within the square of logs or “bars.” Thus, the terminology, “admission to the bar,” became synonymous with practicing law. The term “bar” since has come to mean an organized group practicing law in a given locality.

These events laid the foundation for the establishment of the Boston Bar Association almost 400 years later, in 1761. This bar is the oldest reported legal association in the United States. It originally drew together some of the first lawyers in the colonies.

Private attornment forbids all non-union non-bar members from access to the law. The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (Bar association) writes the laws of the states. In Bar association “courts” you are prosecuted, defended, and tried by Bar Association attorneys.

The fox is guarding the hen house.

There is no such thing as an “attorney at law”, only an “attorney of attornment” and a “lawyer at (or in) law.”

Who then should practice law? I should, you should, everyone should, and must, study the law and utilize it for good. Truth is all that should stand in the Law, “It is error alone that needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself.”…Thomas Jefferson

Do you need a law license? Black’s Law Dictionary (5th edition) defines license as: “The permission by competent authority to do an act which without such permission, would be illegal, a trespass, or a tort….” Thus in the “legal system” the “practice of law (attornment)” is either criminal, private property, or both, and therefore requires a “license”. The most fundamental practice of law is a parent correcting their child. all else is corollary to it. Must one have a license to be a parent?

All attorneys however, have no license to practice law. They have only Bar Association membership cards indicating that their private club dues are current. It is not a license and is not issued by any state government. There is really no such thing as a “license to practice law” issued by any state, the Bar Association, or anyone else. Nobody can issue a license to attend to real Law, which is neither criminal nor anyone’s private property.

Two U.S. Supreme Court rulings clearly illustrate that fact.

“A state cannot, by invoking the power to regulate the professional conduct of attorneys, infringe in any way the right of individuals and the public to be fairly represented in lawsuits authorized by Congress to effectuate a basic public interest. Laymen cannot be expected to know how to protect their rights when dealing with practiced and carefully prepared adversaries, cf. Gideon v. Wainright, 372 U.S. 335, and for them to associate together to help one another to preserve and enforce rights granted them under federal laws cannot be condemned as a threat to legal ethics. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. Virginia ex rel. Virginia State Bar, 377 U.S. 1, 7.”

The attorneys responsibilities listed in order are:

1> first to the court,

2> second to the Bar,

3> third to the public interest and

4> finally to the client.

In the United States, the Constitution, is the Supreme Law of The Land and provides over thirty guarantees of equal protection of the law to the people. It is not the defense attorney’s job to prove his client innocent. His job is to protect his clients Rights. When that is translated it means that if the defense attorney has done his job and protected his client’s Rights, then there are no appeal-able issues once his client is convicted.

An attorney is a state officer of the court and is firmly part of the judicial branch. The attorneys will tell you that they are “licensed” to practice law by the state Supreme Court. Therefore, it is unlawful for any attorney to hold any position or office outside of the judicial branch. There can be no attorney legislators – no attorney mayors – no attorneys as police – no attorneys as governor. Yes, I know it happens all the time. However, this practice of multiple office holding by attorneys is prohibited by the constitution and is a felony in most states.

If you read farther in your state constitution you will find a clause stating this. It is called the Separation of Powers, and will essentially read as follows:

Branches of government—The powers of the state government shall be divided into legislative, executive and judicial branches. No person belonging to one branch shall exercise any powers appertaining to either of the other branches unless expressly provided herein.

Every attorney will always first protect both themselves and the system. For example, (s)he would never file criminal charges against a judge who is breaking the law, in order to merely protect a citizens Rights. They will instead ask to be removed from a case if the going gets sticky and abandon their client to slowly roast alone on the spit. The guru considers this as simple cowardice and running in the face of the enemy.

An attorney acting as a prosecutor opposes all these Constitutional provisions and the equal protection of the law guarantees to the people. A prosecuting attorney will not obey the Constitution of the United States and instead will do anything including lie, cheat or steal in order to win the case for the government.

The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.

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