New Word Order

Episode #63 "Jesus, he's my friend"

April 12, 2023 kurtis
New Word Order
Episode #63 "Jesus, he's my friend"
Show Notes

Regarding "Prize Cases" in the Admiralty courts...

3) To justify the exercise of this right, and legalize the capture of a neutral vessel for violating it, A STATE OF ACTUAL WAR MUST EXIST, and the neutral must have knowledge or notice that it is the intention of the belligerant to blockade the ports of the other. - The Bank of the Commonwealth vs. The Commissioner of Taxes

"Jesus, he's my friend"

Friend of the court -

Tertium Quid - In the Christological debates of the fourth century, it was used to refer to the followers of Apollinaris who spoke of Christ as something neither human nor divine, but a mixture of the two, and therefore a "third thing"."

“Amicable compounders. In Louisiana law and practice, amicable compounders are arbitrators authorized to abate something of the strictness of the law in favor of natural equity.” 

"Composition of matter" -

Abate -

Isaiah 9:6 KJV -

“Peaceable” = Pacifist  -

War -  : a struggle or competition between opposing forces or for a particular end

"peaceably to assemble” -

Jus Cogens -

A treaty is void if, at the time of its conclusion, it conflicts with a peremptory norm of general international law. For the purposes of the present Convention, a peremptory norm of general international law is a norm accepted and recognized by the international community of States AS A WHOLE as a norm from which no derogation is permitted and which can be modified only by a subsequent norm of general international law having the same character."

"Clausula rebus sic stantibus is the legal doctrine allowing for a contract or a treaty to become inapplicable because of a fundamental change of circumstances. In public international law the doctrine essentially serves an "escape clause" to the general rule...

"No fiction shall extend to WORK AN INJURY, its proper operation being to prevent a mischief or remedy an inconvenience which might result from the general rule of law." - 3 Blackstone's Commentaries (21 ed.) -