A Freeman Story

 

In this section I get down and dirty. Standing up for my rights has taken me on a legal journey which I have documented here for posterity. It serves as something of a commentary on how society is being run today. I hope you find it interesting, entertaining or better still, revealing.

Read on and you will learn why it is my lawful right and status not to be regulated by the NZ government. I have put in the paperwork and I went to a lot of effort to get it right. The whole process is recorded here for your scrutiny and comment.

The NZ government and I have an agreement that stands as a precedent in law. This agreement was made for honourale reason, to correct that which is wrong and to avoid any further trouble.

I bowed out of civil and admiralty jurisdiction because in that position I am unable to:

  • Stand in my own truth.
  • Honor the duties of an officer subject to that law. Such a role goes against my higher judgment and I wish to live top my highest ideals for the benefit of us all.
  • Follow the rules - there are simply too many of them to remember and they are written and spoken in a foreign language (legalese - the language of the NEW ZEALAND LAW SOCIETY).
  • Meet the penalties for non-compliance.
  • Recognize the benefits.

It was my duty to hand in my notice and quit my position. So I did.

I am documenting the events as they unfold, in an attempt to keep things honest. Please watch as it happens and share your comments.

I can see the emperor wears no clothes. It is more important than ever to protect our freedoms and stand for our rights. Not only for us but for future generations. So that we may live up to our highest ideals.

"What we perceive, and what we understand depends upon what we are."
-Aldous Huxley