Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Strawman - The Nature of the Cage

'Strawman - The Nature of the Cage is a cutting edge documentary like no other. It highlights the truth around debt, the Legal Fiction, Lawful and Legal, Debt Collectors, Bailiffs, and modern day Policing. The film gives a detailed overview as to how you can address these issues in your personal life, offering knowledge on how to Lawfully deal with any kind of authority, if you haven't broken any Laws.

Drawing on the expertise of Trailblazers whom have risked everything to deliver this usually unavailable information, Strawman will outline information that you would otherwise be completely unaware of.

John K Webster, who has spent 18 months researching and making this film, has one goal... having noticed the increase of suicides in the UK that relate directly to monetary worries, he says "If this film saves one life, my work is done."

This film applies to everyone, regardless of your personal situation. It is important to know how the system works and more importantly, how it is working you.

It is said, that you must first know that you are in a cage, before you can escape from that cage.'
Well made high quality documentary about the rights of every man and woman in the UK - where you stand under the 'laws' and 'statutes' of the land. References to case law and precedent are presented to back up arguments and explain positions, and footage is used to show both personal successes within, and abuses of, the system we find ourselves living under, whether we accept it or not. This is the state of play at the moment.
Recommended viewing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sArXw6ajNg

8 comments:

  1. Hi, this comment has nothing to do with the film, sorry about that!

    People who want to get the rest of The History of Gardening's music have to contact tony through http://www.frobisherneck.com/contact.html. However that no longer exists, luckily I contacted him before the site went down, so would it be possible for me to send you the rest of the albums and you post them here?

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    1. Thanks, but I'd really rather not get into tape trading and all that sort of thing with this blog. I just post what I own myself and borrow a few tapes from friends, that's all, so no thanks.

      Why not start your own blog (!) or rip them and post them on filesharing networks like eMule and Soulseek (the last one is particularly good for more obscure .mp3s).

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  3. OK, thanks for replying!

    If it's anything, I don't have the tapes, just the mp3's.

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  4. For what it's worth, I'd love it if you could find some way to upload them, would be great to hear the rest of their stuff!

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    1. I'll probably start uploading them to youtube, so keep your eyes open there!

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    2. Here - http://theblogthatcreatedjazz.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/this-history-of-gardening-everything.html

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    3. OK chaps, well done getting your own blog together.
      I've added the info to the THOG post page on this blog, so can we stop using this comments section as a message board now? Thanks.

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