Admiralty Court & Martial Law

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                        Admiralty Court & Martial Law

   Most individuals do not pay attention to the flags that are in the court systems. There in these flags, lies a lot of information on how things are being handled, against the people. To better understand the meaning of Admiralty Court and how it is tied to Martial Law, one must know how the this began and the true meaning behind it. Admiralty courts, also known as maritime courts, are courts exercising jurisdiction over all maritime contracts, torts, injuries and  offenses. This “court system” first began in England. From about 1360, the sea coast of England and Wales was divided into 19 districts, and for each there was a Vice Admiral of the Coast, representing the Lord High Admiral.

   From 1360 to 1875 a Judge served as the “Lieutenant, Official Principal and Commissary General and Special of the High Court of Admiralty, and President and Judge of the High Court of Admiralty”. In 1875, the High Court of Admiralty was absorbed into the new Probate, Divorce and Admiralty (or PDA) Division of the High Court. When the PDA Division was in turn abolished and replaced by the Family Division, the “probate” and “admiralty” jurisdictions were transferred to the Chancery Division and to the new “Admiralty Court”. The Senior Courts Act 1981 was (and is) exercised by the Admiralty Judge and other Commercial Court judges authorized to sit in Admiralty cases.

  Rolls Building Now that a number of courts (the Chancery Division, the Admiralty and Commercial Court and the Technology and Construction Court) have moved to the Rolls Building, the term “Admiralty Court” has become the official name once again. Accordingly to general civilian practice, the registrar can act as deputy to the judge, and the only active role of the judge now is to take part in the installation of a new Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. Appeal from the court’s decisions lies to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council.

   During the period after the French and Indian War, Admiralty Courts became an issue that was a part of the rising tension between the British Parliament and their American Colonies. Starting with the Proclamation of 1763, these courts were given jurisdiction over a number of laws affecting the colonies. The jurisdiction was expanded in later acts of the Parliament, such as the Stamp Act of 1765. There was no trial by jury, and evidence standards were weaker than in criminal courts. The government’s objective was to improve the effectiveness of revenue and excise tax laws. Local judges frequently acquitted the popular local merchants whom THEY saw as being unfairly accused by a tax collector. Cases were decided by judges rather than juries.

   In the United States, the federal district courts have jurisdiction over all admiralty and maritime actions. Under President Lincoln’s Trading with the Enemy Act of 1861, which was revised 1918, under International Law, all parties to a cause must appear by nom de guerre(war name), because an “alien enemy cannot maintain an action during the war in his own name”.  Listed in TITLE 18 USC Sec. 9, Vessel of the United States defined.

   Keep OutThe term ”vessel of the United States”, as used in this title, means a vessel belonging in whole or in part to the United States, or any citizen thereof, or any corporation created by or under the laws of the United States, or of any State, Territory, District, or possession thereof.  Title 28, 3002(15)(3): States that all departments of the UNITED STATES CORPORATION are part of the corporation.

   Meaning, if you claim that you are a citizen of the United States, you are considered to be a corporate slave. When Lincoln was assassinated, no one thought to put an end to this declaration of martial law. The nation can be directed by what is called Admiralty Law or martial law, by simply a command of the President or the authority of the land or his agents. The Admiralty Law can provide statutes, which are called statutory laws, while the country is under Admiralty or martial law. Admiralty law or maritime law is the distinct body of law governing navigation and shipping. This includes: commerce, insurance, and recreation. Piracy (ship hijacking) is also an aspect of admiralty.

   The courts and Congress seek to create a uniform body of admiralty law both nationally and internationally in order to facilitate commerce. Congress regulates admiralty partially through the Commerce Clause. American admiralty law formerly applied only to American tidal waters. It now extends to any waters navigable within the United States for interstate or foreign commerce. Upon authorization of the court or the clerk, the clerk would issue a warrant for the arrest of the “vessel” or other property that is the subject of the action or would issue a Writ of Maritime Attachment or Garnishment and deliver “it” to the U.S. Marshal for service.

   Martial Law ActiveUnder the principle of the martial law declared by Lincoln, Executive Orders, now known as Executive Actions, are presented on the martial law that has not been lifted. Since March 9, 1933,  by President Roosevelt, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency. This was also done by President Truman on December 16, 1950, and twice by President Nixon on March 23, 1970, and August 15, 1971.

   THEY do not recognize your Constitutional Law in the jurisdiction of an Admiralty setting or court. These individuals who have been placed to implement these laws, are there to keep “order” in society and to protect those who have the POWER and MONEY, as well as, to assure that NO ONE disturbs the infrastructure of “their” corporation being promoted from London or the state rules and those that are promoted by the courts as military organizations.

   The gold-fringed flag only stands inside military courts that sit in summary court martial proceedings against civilians and such courts are governed in part by local rules, “The Manual of Courts Martial”, U.S., 1994 Ed., at Art. 99, (c)(1)(b), pg. IV-34, PIN 030567-0000. The details of the crimes that civilians can commit, that are classed as ‘Acts of War,’ cover 125 pages in the Manual of Courts Martial. The Federal government does not want you to know that we have been under martial law for MANY years. We the people are told we must stand down and hand over ALL we have to the GOVERNMENT RULERS.

   So, the next time someone tells you that THEY will NOT implement Martial Law. Inform them about what it means to claim themselves as a “citizen”. Let them know that Martial Law has already taken place & has been in place. Maybe then, we can direct more people to the TRUTH of what IS truly taking place in this world, the NEW WORLD ORDER.
 
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  1. Honestly, this is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever read. I’ve been a vexillologist (one who studies flags, their histories, and their meanings) for the past 25 years, and I can tell you that the information about flags contained in this diatribe is 100% incorrect. Fringes on flags are ornamentation, nothing more. Fringes come in a multitude of colors, depending upon the user’s preference. I have seen flags with gold fringes, blue fringe, red fringe, white fringe, or even rainbow-colored fringe. In fact, the practice of putting fringes on flags dates back to ancient Rome. You can read more about the history of fringes on flags at the Flags of the World website, http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/xf-frin.html.

    As for the absurd assertion that fringed American flags are indicative of the US military, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, US military regulations specifically prohibit American flags used in the field by the armed forces from bearing a fringe. The US Navy never uses a fringe on any of its flags. The US Army allows American flags being displayed indoors as part of a ceremony to have a gold fringe, but only if all other flags displayed in the ceremony feature the same fringe. In these cases, the fringe is intended only to serve as ornamentation… to “pretty-up” the flag, so to speak. There is nothing sinister about a fringe, nor anything necessarily special or important about it.

    The diatribe above is simply an attempt by someone either 1) ignorant, or 2) with ulterior motives of their own to try to sway people to their particular point of view. Thorough, valid, and unbiased research will lead to the truth, however.

    For further information regarding fringes on American flags, please see http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/us-fring.html.

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