RE: The In Power Movement (smart meters) and its flaws
The ES group discussed Josh del Sol's In Power Movement recently. Here's more information about it from a person who has been trying to get a response from Josh:
Dear friends and allies far and wide,
You may have seen it but I created a page on my website with my analysis of the InPower Movement and their "Notice of Liability", created by Josh del Sol, the producer of Take Back Your Power. It is here:
I am sending you this response from Nathan Stephenson back on July 28 (scroll down) to show you just what baloney their whole "movement" and Notice of Liability are.
They expect American courts to get you out of the contract that is responsible for the smart electric meter on your home but not based on any sort of legal authority that American courts recognize, but based on "a higher jurisdiction". As my web page shows
their so called "higher jurisdictions" are:
The NOL quotes many documents as legal basis, including:
the Old Testament
the New Testament
the President’s Oath of Office
irrelevant Amendments of the U.S. Constitution
the Federalist papers
the Oath of the Queen of England (I am not kidding!)
“The Law Merchant”
“The Common Law”, and
the Declaration of Independence
However none of these addresses or provides legal basis for the creation / formation of a contract.
My web page describes just what constitutes a contract according to the Uniform Commercial Code, which they also cite.
People should do their own research and please do not be misled by the InPower Movement.
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Nathan Stephenson (InPower Movement)
Jul 28, 4:31 PM PDT
Mark, not in your analysis.
Your comments are all based on the legal jurisdiction of the corporate courts.
We do not want to "play" in that system.
You don't want to acknowledge the possibility of a higher jurisdiction.
So what is there to talk about?
And I believe that Cal took time out to address you, which he doesn't usually do.
Jul 27, 6:58 PM PDT
I believe your InPower Movement and the Notice of Liability and your analysis of the legal authority that underlies it are deeply flawed. I sent you feedback on it months ago but it was ignored. Are you interested in it?
InPower Movement wrote on 7/25/2018 4:10 PM:
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