The Reason Why and, How To Confirm a Judges INTENTION to Act Under His Oath … Or Not!

Update:
Further authorities have come to my attention with regard to the conduct of a judge. The authorities listed on Veronica’s site here http://contempt.fmotl.com/ come from Archbolds no less.

“The due administration of justice requires first that all citizens should have unhindered access to the constitutionally established courts of criminal or civil jurisdiction for the determination of disputes as their legal rights and liabilities; secondly, that they should be able to rely upon obtaining in the courts the arbitrament of a tribunal which is free from bias against any party and whose decision will be based upon those facts only that have been proved in evidence adduced before it in accordance with the procedure adopted in courts of law; and thirdly that, once the dispute has been submitted to a court of law, they should be able to rely upon there being no usurpation by any other person of the function of the court to decide according to law. Conduct which is calculated to prejudice any of these requirements or to undermine public confidence that they will be observed is contempt of court” – Lord Diplock in Att-Gen v. Times Newspapers Ltd. [1974]

So what’s the only way to find out before hand of a judges intention to meet these requirements?

ASK HIM!

And if he refuses?

Refusal is a calculated obstruction and so, a contempt of court, a broken oath and, a broken contract.

Small update:
As mentioned below, a judge does not carry an oath and he does not have to repeat the oath that he took.
The reference below should make this clear:

7 Penalty on not taking required oath.E+W+S+N.I.

If any officer specified in the schedule hereto [F6or any member of the Scottish Executive]declines or neglects, when any oath required to be taken by him under this Act [F7or section 84(4) of the Scotland Act 1998] is duly tendered, to take such oath, he shall, if he has already entered on his office, vacate the same, and if he has not entered on the same be disqualified from entering on the same; but no person shall be compelled, in respect of the same appointment to the same office, to take such oath . . . F8more times than one.
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… though I don’t see the problem with asking him to confirm his intention to abide by his oath. Surely an honest judge would have no problem with that?


 

Judicial oath
“I, _________ , do swear by Almighty God that I will well and truly serve our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second in the office of ________ , and I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of this realm, without fear or favour, affection or ill will. ”

Anyone that’s been around lawful rebellion sites will have come across accounts of people attending court for one reason or another and asking/demanding the judge to “produce your oath”.

Why? Do these people have a screw loose? Are they just repeating “freeman” dogma? “Oh I heard thats what you have to say and the judge has to produce it or else … blah, blah, blahhhhh”

What a load of old cock!

And it just goes to show how little a lot of people understand about thinking for themselves and probably more importantly how to interpret what they learn using common sense.

How does one “produce your oath”?

Is your oath a physical object?

Does one carry an oath in ones wallet?

Maybe some carry theirs wrapped in a fine silk handkerchief to be whipped out on request?

STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID STUPID

STUPID!

Did I mention that I think it’s stupid? :)

I’ll explain exactly what is being requesting and why, and “a” correct way to put the question that leaves no question as to the integrity of the judge.

The reason for asking a judge for confirmation that he considers himself still bound by his oath of office is to ascertain beforehand, the honesty, fairness and integrity that that stranger “intends” to display during the course of the hearing. Remember, this stranger that holds enough power over you and has the potential to disrupt your life and your remove your liberties.

That’s it, plain and simple.

“Am I going to be treated in the prescribed manner by you and, am I getting access to the law that I’m entitled to by my having given up some natural freedoms?”

To understand why this important you must first understand what you probably haven’t been taught about society and laws and agreements.

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