You refused to reveal your own STI results to me, but claimed to others they were negative and alleged I had multiple other partners, slut-shaming me. You gaslit me saying you had told me about your other partners.
You called up @justice_sisters and @SistersinIslam to tell them I was crazy, jilted. You rebuffed attempts to organise a community mediation so we could address matters. You said I was crazy for speaking to your boss and father in an attempt to keep other women safe.
You have a PATTERN OF BEHAVIOUR of misogyny, harassment and sheer disrespect for women. This was sent to a friend of mine who has never expressed interest in you and has a partner.
You think women are playthings, notches on the bedpost. You, @surendraananth, are no human rights advocate.
Tell me why my feminism is wrong Grace.
Well, if anyone thought the Bell judgment was going to make TRAs reconsider making massively overblown claims with no evidence backed up with nothing but a thick wadge of emotional blackmail.... HAHAHA, no one thought that.
A high court in the UK made a delimited judgment about teenager's ability to consent to puberty blockers. This puts all trans people everywhere in the world at risk.
Because if any human anywhere has any thoughts that deviate in any way from the rote line dictated by
the trans rights movement, this puts all trans people everywhere in mortal danger.
Let's be honest Grace. It doesn't put trans people at risk. It puts trans ideology at risk. Because trans ideology depends on the idea of innate gender identity, and the trans child is the
necessary material evidence of the ontology of gender identity.
That is, children are being medicalised to provide evidence to underwrite adults identities.
Nothing to see here.
Fraser Milner Casgrain (FMC) law firm was aquirred by Dentons. Their report shows how Harper tried to bypass First Nations consent. Josh Jantzi who wrote it became a solicitor for Enbridge for the Supreme Court case vs Chippewas of the Thames re: Line 9.
Report dated May 28-29 2012 titled: Aboriginal Consultation and Project Development prepared by Bernard J. Roth and Joshua A. Jantzi of Fraser Milner Casgrain. Mr. Jantzi now works for Dentons. Hired by Enbridge for Line 9 Supreme Court vs. Chippwas of the Thames.
Dentons endorsed the Isle of Man tax evasion system.
Dentons created from merger of SNR Denton, Fraser Milner Casgrain and Salans and later merged with Chinese law firm Dacheng in 2015.
Over and over again, judges have gone out of their way to listen to the evidence and dismantle it, enjoy the carnage!
Bowyer v. Ducey (Sidney Powell's case in Arizona)
"Plaintiffs have not moved the
needle for their fraud theory from conceivable to plausible"
This is a great opinion to start with. The Judge completely dismantles the nonsense brought before her.
King vs. Whitmer (Michigan, Sidney Powell case)
"Nothing but speculation and conjecture"
This is a good one to show people who think affidavits are good evidence. Notice how the affidavits don't actually say they saw fraud happen in Detroit.
Trump v. Benson (Michigan)
"hearsay within hearsay"
Another good one to show people who think affidavits are absolute proof.
Stoddard v. City Election Commission (Michigan)
The 'Freeports' in at least 10 locations in Britain will evolve into Charter Cities with their own laws. They will NOT be legally bound to ANY of the trade agreements between the UK and EU or any other country. They will be used to bypass all International scrutiny
'Sovereign UK' makes deal with Charter city (physically but NOT legally part of the UK) which then trades to other countries OUTSIDE of the constraints of International laws
Thus bypassing all restrictions , tariff, tax, human rights, climate change legislation - everything
EVERYTHING you could possibly get wrong in a complaint, they managed
Start with the plaintiffs. The ONLY claims in the lawsuit are that the Constitution gives state legislatures the right to set the manner of elections, which they have allegedly (we'll get to this insanity) failed to do.
There's oodles of caselaw saying "since that's a right of the state legislature, only state legislatures, as a body, can bring such a claim"
Are the plaintiffs state legislatures?
OK, what about the Defendants? They've sued Defendants from, IIRC, five states (GA, PA, WI, MI, AZ) based on claims that the State Legislatures there didn't pass election rules that the plaintiffs insist the Constitution requires (I promise, we'll get there).
At 10 am there will be a hearing in Atlanta for Sidney Powell’s “kraken” conspiracy lawsuit to overturn the Georgia elections. Just this morning, a judge in Michigan tossed a similar effort to overturn that state’s results.
Here’s a quick primer on the GA case.
In Powell’s latest filing she says the vote in GA was “infected with fraud” on “multiple dimensions”: absentee ballots illegally counted, nonresidents voted, data shows “anomalous” number of votes to Biden. She also claims Dominion voting machines were hacked by foreign powers.
As proof she offers the now-discredited video of the vote count in State Farm Arena & several “reports” by “experts”—including a former military intel officer codenamed Spider--who use "statistical analysis" to prove that Biden could not have gotten as many votes as he did.
Powell’s plaintiffs are a group of would-be GOP presidential electors who want to vote for Trump. She claims they have standing in the case because, technically, they themselves are candidates for office.
Against this the state of GA and the Dems argue they do not have standing or a federal claim or viable proof.
“Much like the mythological 'kraken' monster…their claims of election fraud and malfeasance belong more to the kraken’s realm of mythos than they do to reality.”
Hearing before Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli.
Any orders passed by the Supreme Court: Court
It is listed today. As of now I have no instructions: ASG Chetan Sharma
It will be taken up once item 301 is over : Counsel
We will proceed. Did the meeting take place : Court
Yes, it did. Mr Mehra is appearing before Surpreme Court: Adv Satyakam urges Court to take up the matter little later.
Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, adv Alok Aggarwal: We have ICU beds and emergency beds. We don't charge emergency patients for oxygen. There is a notice to Hospitals saying we have to attend to all emergency patients within 10 mins and give them oxygen and medicines.
There is no one who is able to tell us there are people supposed to go if we can't admit them. We are full. They can't keep on occupying emergency area.. I can't kill a person because I've to admit another patient : Aggarwal
Here's a thing about the United States: the vice president famously *does nothing*. By design. The job is not like the vice president of marketing or whatever where the guy has a job. Mike Pence is the spare president. He's there in case anything happens to the first one.
In the original formulation under the constitution, the vice president was the runner-up of the presidential race. Nobody ran for it. There was no assumption that it would be an ally of the president; more likely they would be rivals.
They're officially "president of the senate" just to give them something to do to keep them around the capital but they're not a senator and only get to vote if there's a tie, so most of the time that ceremonial role is fobbed off an actual senator.
But this senate presidency that we give the vice president currently has attached to it some purely ceremonial duties in the very perfunctory part of the election process where votes are counted and reported to Congress.
The judge just clarified that they will pause the hearing if YouTube goes down... due to the importance of transparency for the public
Deperno basically saying that the public's interest, needing election transparency and confidence, is greater than Dominion's interest in retaining privacy.
Deperno clarifying they don't plan to release any source code or reverse engineer the software
Deperno: at a minimum we need to be able to release this information to the Michigan legislature, oversight committee and... law enforcement. Wow
“What I'm about to disclose is the most important post you'll read before the inauguration. Q will not post here again, at least not...
2. ... for a while. The operation is ongoing but must run silent at this point. What happens this week will change history. We are asking you for now to stay in your homes and do not under any circumstances interfere with the operation. You'll soon see things unfold that many...
3. ... would think impossible. POTUS is insulated and 100% safe. Our plan is almost complete. The DS has already lost. Everything you're seeing in the MSM and on Twitter is a last ditch attempt. Why has Kamala not yet left the senate? Where is Joe? Where is Joe really? Hunter...
4. ... has turned himself in.”
The Restored Republic: The Global Currency Reset has bankrupted Globalists by allowing countries to have their own individual monetary systems. Now the Fed. was dead, with US taxpayer dollars going directly into the US Treasury in Reno and...
5. ... no longer funneled through US Inc, Queen’s City of London, Vatican Bank to the Cabal’s Central Banks across the globe.
As such, leaders of the Cabal including Democrats and other political elites, no longer made millions off their constituents. Evidently they then...
Less schadenfreude, more "what now?" https://t.co/a0oTwblBHB
2/ First of all, the USG is going to lose.
I don't even need to read the complaint. They might force a settlement, but they're outclassed on legal.
Remember Ripple engaged former SEC Chair Mary Jo White in a civil matter in 2018. A hint of their
3/ Second, the USG should lose.
The SEC restrictions on non-accredited investors; the ridiculous Howey test; 80 year old securities law like the "40 Act" all need to die in fire. They are un-American and completely outdated.
I hope Ripple wins. (WUT?)
4/ Third, it's incumbent upon industry to self-police and hold the moral high ground.
I give certain individuals A's and others F's, but as a whole, the most powerful people and companies generally take a Swiss neutrality stance on assets.
So we're effectively in this together.
5/ We're "in this together" to draw lines of regulatory demarcation.
XRP as a "security" further hurts the U.S. businesses while global comps will continue to make these markets.
XRP as a security also means other assets will meet the same fate. At least Ripple has $ to fight.
Vox Day is quoting this article from the Anonymous Conservative.
Let's see Mr. Wood is
"A sealed document in a federal court in Maryland, sealed under National Security, documents how Nancy Pelosi, Rod Rosenstein, John Podesta, and John Brennan have tapes of John Roberts talking with Podesta about who would best replace Antonin Scalia, and...
"...they were recorded before Scalia died, and apparently had foreknowledge of his death. Roberts flew on Epstein’s plane because Epstein helped him acquire his children from Wales."
"Barack Obama is worth well over billion dollars, much inherited from his step-father who owned it in Halliburton stock."
1. Franklin Templeton (Trustees) - six schemes under winding up - have announced dates of voting to seek consent of Unitholders to wind up. Voting begins 26Dec20 at 9am
2. Supreme Court will continue to hear the case - Next hearing on 9th Dec
Q1: What is the voting about by FT
Ans: To validate/approve decision of Trustees to wind up 6 schemes - both Guj & Knataka Courts said Unitholder consent is mandatory
FT has now agreed to do this and this vote will take ur consent to either wind up the scheme or NOT.
Q2: What are the options in this Voting?
Ans: This will be the first voting. (There will be a second vote, I will explain in thread later)
In this Vote, you will have two options
YES - Wind up Schemes
No - Do not wind up, open them up
You have to choose one option
Q3: Should I vote YES or No?
Ans: There is fatigue in investors as their money is locked up for in these tough Covid times. It's been now over 7 months
Most investors take it as fait accompli to vote YES
FT is exhorting investors to vote YES as the best way ahead
Q4: But how should investors vote? YES or No?
Ans: YES will lead to wind up at a pace defined by winder (the person winds up the scheme). This will lead to best value realisation of underlying assets
NO- Will lead to immediate access to money but not best value for you
Lalit Bhasin, President of SILF: The law reports are full of the monumental cases in which Soli appeared... during his seven-decade tenure as a lawyer.
Attorney General KK Venugopal speaks, recounts of the large number of cases in which he and Sorabjee and appeared in together.
AG Venugopal: When I think of Soli, one would imagine a legend of the law, a great jurist, an attorney general twice over... and above all a lawyer who was innovative and part of the evolution of the Constitution of India
AG Venugopal: According to me, his success in SR Bommai.. is one of the feathers in his cap...The judgment as a deathblow to the abuse of power by the Centre...
AG Venugopal: I was appearing (at the time) for Karunanidhi during the height of emergency ...
The allegation that he had taken a bribe was sufficient to dismiss the government in a State, Venugopal recalls.
You can see who gave evidence in her support from these extracts from the Tavistock's Skeleton Argument.
Helpful for you to bear in mind that her solicitor was a man called Paul Conrathe, who has a long association with the religious right in the US (I have talked about him a number of times but this is as good a starting point as any).
In this thread, I noted the lawyer acting against the Tavistock, Paul Conrathe, is using very similar arguments (those under 18 cannot consent at all; or cannot lawfully consent without x conditions) as he has run/is running in a number of cases challenging abortion rights. https://t.co/gJk4c9bUED— Jo Maugham (@JolyonMaugham) June 21, 2020
I am not going to address here other criticisms that might be made of the form in which that evidence was given or the timing of its service before the court. I am just going to address, in alphabetical order, the individuals whose evidence Mr Conrathe led on Ms Bell's behalf.
The first witness, alphabetically, was Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Oxford, Michael Biggs.
Mr Biggs was exposed for posting transphobic statements online under a fake twitter handle: @MrHenryWimbush according to this report.
I've also got the money-sense gene. The first 13 years I practiced law, my income from practicing law was $300,000 total.
At the end of that 13 years, what did I have?
A house. Two cars. And $300,000 of liquid assets. Everyone else'd have spent that slender income, not invested it shrewdly, and so forth.
I just think it was, to me, it was as natural as breathing, and of course I knew how compound interest worked!
I knew when I saved $10 I was really saving $100 or $1,000 ,because of the future growth of the $10.
It just took a little wait. And when I quit law practice it was because I wanted to work for myself instead of my clients, because I knew I could do better than they did.
You only get a few opportunities, and you have to grab them aggressively when they come because even in the most favored life, they're really rare.
I always feel that the opportunities are rare. I only get a few and then I have to seize them aggressively.
Now that lesson I just talked about, it is taught in no business school I know of. But…everybody who has any sense ought to know [that] at the start of life, and practically nobody does.
I just described reality the way it really is.
2/ At its heart, the presser states, "we intend to vote on January 6 to reject the electors from disputed states as not ‘regularly given' and ‘lawfully certified' (the statutory requisite), unless & until that emergency 10-day audit is completed."
3/ How does a10-day emergency audit happen? Congress would need to enact a statute to amend the Electoral Count Act before January 6, when it's compelled by law to meet. That seems unlikely.
4/ Cruz et al. seem to hold a "thick" view of the Electoral Count Act, adhering to the "statutory requisite," which means that Congress would need to amend or adhere to the statute.
5/ A 10-day audit is impossible under the current statute. Objections to a state are limited to 2 hours' debate. Adjournments are fixed in the statute, too--no recess if you've hit five days:
Okay, here we go. In federal criminal cases, bail is governed by the Bail Reform
/2 Under the Bail Reform Act, a defendant MUST BE RELEASED ON BAIL unless the judicial officer (usually a federal magistrate judge) finds that no condition or combination of conditions will reasonably assure (1) them appearing for trial or (2) the safety of the community.
/3 It's the burden of the government -- the federal prosecutor - to PROVE by CLEAR AND CONVINCING EVIDENCE that the danger element applies, and no conditions can reasonably control it, if the government wants someone detained without bail. Preponderance burden for flight risk.
/4 HOWEVER there are certain statutory categories of crimes where there is a rebuttable presumption that no conditions will prevent flight or danger -- in other words, for those crimes, the burden shifts to the defendant.
/5 The Federal Rules of Evidence don't govern detention hearings and they can and do proceed by "proffer" -- that is, the government saying what they will prove if necessary.