Dagga prohibition is governed by an act which, like all acts and statues, is a corporate rule that applies only to members of that corporation. Agents of the corporation violently enforce the rule on all people though and believe they may act with impunity in the wanton destruction of people’s lives. The time has come to get the message across to these agents that they are labouring under a terrible misconception. Individual agents are in fact accountable for their unlawful actions when taken out from behind their firewall of corporate sanctioned non-liability and brought into the realm of common law jurisdiction.
In this section I will document the lawful measures taken against the agents who invaded my home, stole my property and kidnapped me using the unlawful prohibition acts to justify their criminal behaviour.
In order to make these criminals accountable for their deeds, it is vital that you comprehend sovereignty, common law and natural law, the scope of which is beyond this article and is covered extensively on other web sites. The important component though is the fact that I have submitted a notarised affidavit stating my intent and claim of rights to the president of THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA which stands unopposed to this day. The relevant parts of said claim of rights are:
Section 225: “To engage in these actions and further claim that all property held by me and all intellectual property, real estate, professional instruments, private internal combustion carriage(s) and contents, firearms and ammunition, potted or other plants, held under an express Claim of Right.”
Section 262: “To charge my FEE SCHEDULE for any transgressions against me personally by peace officers, government principals or agents or justice system participants to be FOUR THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED BRITISH POUNDS STERLING PER HOUR [£4600.00] per one hour minimum and portion thereof after if being questioned, interrogated or in any way detained, harassed or otherwise regulated and ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND BRITISH POUNDS STERLING PER HOUR per hour [£100,000.00] or portion thereof if I am handcuffed, transported, incarcerated or subjected to any adjudication process without my express written and notarized [or verified by three autographs] consent.”
Section 263: “An additional FEE SCHEDULE to be exercised for ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND BRITISH POUNDS STERLING per hour [£120,000.00] or portion thereof in the event of being in pain while handcuffed due to any actions caused by peace officers, government principals or agents or justice system participants, and in the event I am being held in a police car or other government property with an ambient temperature of below eighteen degrees  centigrade or above twenty-five degrees  centigrade and being detained in a holding cell or other government property with dangerous criminals who may be a threat to my being, and TEN BILLION BRITISH POUNDS STERLING [£10,000,000,000.00] in the event of my passing either due to any force by peace officers, government principals or agents, or justice system participants, or while passing either by natural or un-natural causes while being incarcerated for any length of time in or on any government property, to be paid out to EACH INDIVIDUAL immediate family member including but not limited to any siblings, significant other, and children.”
Notice to agent is notice to principle and notice to principle is notice to agent.
By applying this maxim of law, agents of the corporation can not claim ignorance of my unopposed affidavit, nor the fee schedule as they have for all intents and purposes been notified of the cost associated with forcing me to contract.
The agents who invaded my home, stole my property and kidnapped me are now liable in commerce for their actions and my next step will be to invoice them according to my fee schedule. In order to show honourable intent, I will offer them the opportunity to apologise in writing. Should an agent choose to apologise, I will waive my fee. However, in the absence of a written apology, I will institute the commercial lien process.