History of International Law Continued
David Continues training on the history of international law. In this training, he speaks to the inescapable fact that citizens/subjects are members of a society by agreement. No matter if you think the members who represent you in government are not representing you properly or squandering funds, you will always be a member of that society until you change your contract.
Below is the full presentation followed by a timeline of topics and links to the material covered.
TIMELINE OF TOPICS
3:30 – Decoding the Past: Secrets of the Dollar Bill (video below).
5:50 – Tyranny Unmasked (speaking on the original debt).
9:45 – Declaration on Human Rights ( Article 15).
13:45 – UN Resolution 2625.
18:45 – LON (Book IV) Chapter 4 – Breach of the Treaty of Peace.
31:20 – LON (Book II) Chapter 6 – Actions of a Citizen, sections 71 & 72.
36:28 – LON (Book II) Chapter 7 – Effects of the Domains between Nations, sections 81 & 82.
+ George Mercier – Invisible Contracts (Download Below).
45:30 – Treaty of Peace, disposing of subjects, John Jay Treaty.
47:00 – LON (Book II) section 216 – Debts of the Sovereign and the State.
53:50 – LON (Book II) Chapter 8 – Rules with Respect to Foreigners.
1:03:00 – Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties – sections 7, 39, 40 & 49.
1:14:00 – Intervention in International Law (Conclusion pg 470) – Rule of Reason.