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Posted by Rod (Questions: 3, Answers: 2)
Asked on May 21, 2020 2:25 am
But what is the law? Is there some type of true and immutable law, and where is it?
InPower is about looking within... to your own inner authority. And then talking with other men and women about what they feel is the unchangeable, everlasting law within themselves.
I perused the lawful america site and can say that there are some points that the InPower leadership will agree with, like the US government is a corporation.....
What I find compelling about InPower is that our community offers a solution that any one can partake in. It is based on ancient law merchant and sprirtual law. Some learned men and women have come to the conclusion that ancient law merchant was just. I cannot say that I know that for sure. But what I do know for sure is that spiritual jurisdictions are just. That's just me. You might have a different point of view.
The InPower NoL is a document that anyone with any worldview can rally around. It covers all jurisdictions, all sorts of man made law, from ancient times up to current times. It incorporates spiritual law, for those who feel that this is the most important jurisdiction. It has recent court cases for those who feel that statutory law is the most important thing
It dosn't matter. It's a solution.
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Posted by Lea (Questions: 2, Answers: 474)
Answered on May 22, 2020 5:34 am
My choice is InPower's NOL. Lawful America is still playing ball in a "lower court." The InPower NOL is not legal representation, it's self-power. Keep up your remarkable efforts, Cal, Lea, and team!
( Rod at May 22, 2020 7:41 am)
InPower process is not based on ”spiritual” law, as Cal said and as I understand it. It’s international commercial contract law using an ancient document as some of its basis. I don’t consider the bible ”spiritual law\” as it contains exhortations to rape and murder and war throughout. It’s largely a political document used for contemporary mind control just as media propaganda is. The strength of the InPower process to me is that money talks. This is the point of the process. But we still need to defend the US Constitution in my opinion, since as Cal also noted, it is unique. So, as to Rod, it may be a lower court, and I agree with that. I prefer the InPower approach but can we possibly do both? Meaning we have to defend the US Constitution because no one else will and if no one else will, it is a dead letter. We can’t have that either. What is the impact of doing both? Does constitutional action harm NOL action? Does NOL action restore the constitution? I don’t think so in the latter question. But I don’t know yet. Still researching. The NOL process will force down officials and I hope that this stops the agenda. We have to threaten to financially wipe them out. However, I worry about their deep bench. That said, the people’s bench is deeper and perhaps we can force constitutional restoration through the NOL route too. Great questions/comments. Thanks for turning me on to the other site as well. It’s important to get all info.
( Annie Venesky at May 23, 2020 4:08 am)
Hi Annie, to clarify what Cal knows and says about the spiritual jurisdictions and the NoL, please view this recent interview: https://www.bitchute.com/video/HYCXz3UKtELc/
( Lea at May 24, 2020 9:22 am)