The Bar Association
It's Just a Word Game, and It's All About the Money
The Bar Association derives it's name from the abbreviation of the British Accredited Registry, which is the legal system established by the Crown of England to create and perpetuate the fictions of law and legal fictions which were originally contrived during the reign of Henry VIII. They were accomplished for the primary purpose of continuously ridding him of his wives. As he could find no lawful manner in which to eliminate a wife, he created a legal fiction which he had the wife stood for as surety. When the legal fiction, a.k.a. the fictitous entity of the wife, was accused of breaking the law, the wife as the surety, paid for it quite dearly.
Attorneys are diplomatic agents of the King of England, who are acknowledged by the government to which they are sent and are invested with the right of govern the "state" in the name of the monarch, during the minority, absence, sickness or other inability of the king. The name of attorney is derived from the word "attorn", which is the process of turning over or transferring the ownership of property from one party to another. The "legal name" of the natural person (man or woman) would be considered a "legal fiction" under the operation of law, or "straw man", which is the "front" or "third person" that the court will deal with, as the courts only deal in fictions of the law. The courts can only deal in fictions of law as the courts, themselves, are fictions of law. See Penhallow v. Doane's Administrators, 3 U.S. (3 Dall.) 54, 1 L. Ed. 507 (1795).
Since the signing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede on June 19, 1215, all crown servants have been required to take an oath of allegiance. To this day members of the police, armed forces, the judiciary and members of parliament are required to swear the oath of allegiance.
Although the oath varies subtly from organization to organization, the one phrase they have in common is "without fear or favour". This phrase more than any other indicates that the person taking the oath will not allow fear of consequence or any favoritism to influence their judgement in carrying out their duties.
During the American Civil War, The Crown of England had been denied payment on a great sum of the property taxes and had to make amends for it. The original Thirteenth Amendment, which had limited the activities of attorneys, was replaced with the municipal law of a new Thirteenth Amendment, which now allowed bar associations to flourish. The King of England wanted to make certain that his contracts would be enforced by his agents.
The spread of the legal-fictions grew with the Bar Treaty with the Pan-American States of 1947, made at the United Nations. As treaty law is the supreme law of the land, the United States government has indirectly contracted with the International Bar Association in London, England, through the United Nations which allows all bar attorneys to practice by international treaty law not only in this country, but through all countries on the North and South American continents. When an individual enters within the bar within any State or Federal court room, they have unwittingly entered international territory. The attorney is thus able to retain a title of nobility and bypass the limitations of such in the United States Constitution. Article 6 of the Constitution also prohibits, by way of all engagements entered into, the title of nobility under the original Articles of Confederation.
Presumptions, Assumptions, Opinions and Conclusions of Fact
Upon perusal of the various terms, it is quite apparent that the modern-day courts function and thrive on assumptions, presumptions, opinions, and contradictions of conclusions of fact to maintain the legal fictions, or fictions of law, which the courts preside over. These devices are for the control of the American people through deceit.
Laws were passed within Florida in 1945 which gave the State an assumed power of attorney and power of appointment (A) (B) (C) over the citizens of the United States residing within the State of Florida.