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OPCA Explained – Why a most recent opinion by the Queen’s Bench in Canada exposes the Secret Bar Guilds as the most radical and dangerous anti-social and anti-law group in the world

A recent 185 page judicial decision from the 18th September 2012 (Meads v. Meads, 2012 ABQB 571 download pdf here) concerning an acrimonious divorce in Edmonton, Canada has confirmed the inherent danger to the sustainable future of society of so … Continue reading

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The “Myths” of Common Law – and why members of the Secret Bar Guilds see no problem in treason and no longer following the law of their country

While the previous post (OPCA Explained…) addressed a number of disturbing features of a recent opinion and treatise of a senior Justice and member of the Secret Bar Guilds, a number of outstanding questions remain concerning such elemental subjects as … Continue reading

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How and Why the once “almighty” Private Bar Guilds are losing their grip over the kidnapping of Justice

On any given “business” day, in any given “public” courts around the world, dozens of men and women face the kind of “summary justice” as first defined by 11 & 12 Vict. c. 42 (1848). This is not the kind … Continue reading

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The 10 Biggest Errors most people make when facing the Pirates and Privateers of the Private Bar Guilds

There is no question the subject of law is complex and difficult to comprehend. It is why in many countries, only the “best and brightest” qualify for places in law schools and then spend years completing their degrees.  For the … Continue reading

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