Saturday, February 27, 2010

Man bulldozes home ahead of IRS & Foreclosure

With all the talk of Joe Stack's plane trip into the IRS building , I missed this one!

"As far as what the bank is going to get, I plan on giving them back what was on this hill exactly [as] it was. I brought it out of the ground and I plan on putting it back in the ground," said Hoskins.


And he just might level his business too





3 comments:

  1. This is certainly a shame and I can understand his frustration. I do not know for sure because I haven't researched this, but I would bet there is a lawful way out from under this.

    The problem is that this guy probably didn't have the time to learn about this or had never heard or believed in redemption.

    But he went and got himself a lawyer which puts him under the legal (slave) system rather than the (lawful) freeman common law system. He stands before the Merchants and gives up his natural right when he gets a lawyer or acts as such be receiving advice from said weasel.

    The real force behind our monetary system of oppression is lawyers, not bankers. Without this "legal" system they wouldn't be able top get away with all this.

    But people volunteer for their slavery because lawyers tell them they have to. People do not recognise that all lawyers, by virtue of the BAR association work for the Crown banks and the courts, not you and they are your adversary. Hiring one is like shooting yourself when you are in battle.

    Its all paper and slavery is voluntary.

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  2. He just sacraficed physical wealth - not good for us economically.

    He saved the Empire from having eventually do it. (They will do this, collect people and demolish properties)

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  3. I think he figured, better him, since he built it, then someone else.

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