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  1. They are not so keen on openness and transparency...

    They are not so keen on openness and transparency when the documentation would tend to incriminate them.
    I twice requested a transcript of a hearing in which a judge admitted to committing fraud,...
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    I think that an independent body which makes...

    I think that an independent body which makes recommendations about public interest issues would work.
    For those recommendations to have force in law the body would have to be lawfully constituted...
  3. Fairfax gets a serve for their reporting of Ron...

    Fairfax gets a serve for their reporting of Ron Greatorex's assault of Russell Byfield

    http://laudafinem.com/tag/byfield/
  4. Yoda, vigilance only identifies threats, it does...

    Yoda, vigilance only identifies threats, it does not overcome them. When the corruption has been present within the system since its inception, is it not better to look for an alternative rather than...
  5. Two questions: is it relevant to the dispute that...

    Two questions: is it relevant to the dispute that led to him seekinging a writ of sale, and if so how are you going to prove your accusation?
  6. If I were Vreugdenhil I would be serving a notice...

    If I were Vreugdenhil I would be serving a notice of trespass on the police to make it abundantly clear that they have no licence to be on the property.
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    You've been voting for a corrupt parliament, why...

    You've been voting for a corrupt parliament, why should that change for judges?
    The corruption of parliament results in the injury of the natural rights of the people, as brought about by the...
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    If the local media won't act then alternative...

    If the local media won't act then alternative media is probably your best bet. Vinny Eastwood, Uncensored, and Aotearoa Indymedia are a few possibilities.
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    What do you think should happen to resolve this?

    What do you think should happen to resolve this?
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    Do you have reason to believe that children are...

    Do you have reason to believe that children are still being abused there?
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    Granty, I know of a girls college that had...

    Granty, I know of a girls college that had serious issues with staff bullying other staff. I don't know how widespread the problem is.
    What sort of response did you get when you took the problem to...
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    Hi granty, Probably your best course of action...

    Hi granty,

    Probably your best course of action is documentation of truth and maybe local publicity.

    What I'd suggest is that you affirm an affadavit describing the events, and obtain affadavits...
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    Looks like the knuckledraggers in the Herald...

    Looks like the knuckledraggers in the Herald can't tell the difference between a demand and a request.

    Thomas had the right to remain silent and his best course of action would have been to...
  14. I think it's unavoidably political within civil...

    I think it's unavoidably political within civil government. Ideally their appointment should be apolitical.


    Although NZ's parliament can function as a court, its authority is limited. Broken...
  15. My question is: what approach could be taken to...

    My question is: what approach could be taken to enable the case to be heard without prejudice?
    A common law hearing would imply full liability for the fraud if proven, as no statutory protection...
  16. Jurisdiction is an intangible. The fact that you...

    Jurisdiction is an intangible. The fact that you are in a physical courtroom with the usual people does not mean that you are subject to any particular jurisdiction. Jurisdiction can be obtained by...
  17. My case history would suggest otherwise. I...

    My case history would suggest otherwise.



    I agree. But whenever conflicting worldviews collide there are bound to be some ruffled feathers.
  18. Yoda, we've now got to the point where I should...

    Yoda, we've now got to the point where I should qualify my comments as being nothing more than opinion and advice. Also I'd like to recommend that you not just take my word on this as being gospel,...
  19. There are different kinds of corruption. I doubt...

    There are different kinds of corruption. I doubt that a corrupt judge has real jurisdiction over anything. Ethical corruption is incompatible with the inherent right of jurisdiction.


    No, a...
  20. In the original instance they are pronounced by...

    In the original instance they are pronounced by judges in contemplation of law. What this means is that they are typically arrived at by reason while considering a particular field of law.
  21. No, YHWH does not pronounce the common law....

    No, YHWH does not pronounce the common law. Although the principles of common law are fixed, the expression of the law itself is fluid. Expression of the law can be found in the maxims of the common...
  22. Historically a parliament can function as a...

    Historically a parliament can function as a court. Based on the facts in the public arena, justice would be served if the rule of law was applied here.
  23. He doesn't have universal jurisdiction. His...

    He doesn't have universal jurisdiction. His jurisdiction is in personam (personal jurisdiction).
  24. No, corruption is inconsistent with the rule of...

    No, corruption is inconsistent with the rule of law.
  25. At common law the creator(s) is usually called...

    At common law the creator(s) is usually called "God". This name can refer to a single being or to a group of beings acting with common purpose. One of these beings has the role of prime, in English...
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