11 May: LJ Re: 542/21: Case Enrollment or Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?

* Marais Law Inc, Charl Marais
* 11 May: LJ Re: 542/21: Case Enrollment or Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: LJ v GME / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GMZA| EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP  Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Peacenik / EoP v WiP Neg.

From: Lara Johnson [mailto:eop-leg-sub@tygae.org.za]
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 7:33 PM
To: ‘Marais Law Inc: Charl Marais’
Subject: 542/21: Case Enrollment or Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?.


TO: Charl Marais

Charl Marais:

Re 542/21: Case Enrollment or Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?.

I received your email sent 11 May 2021: 13:43 hrs [11 May: MLI-CM: 542/21: Re: court enrollment / opposed motion hearing date]

EoP active listening [Edwin Rutsch: Empathy aka Active Listening Circle] response.
MLI-CM: Marais Law Inc: Charl Marais
EoP-LJ: Ecology of Peace: Lara Johnson


MLI-CM: I refer to your email letter below.

EoP-LJ: You refer to my email sent 10 May 2021: 19:41 hrs [10 May: LJ Re: 542/21: MLI Index of Court Record File].


MLI-CM: To avoid any misunderstanding………

EoP-LJ: I don’t know what your legal cultural definition of ‘understanding’ – and consequently ‘misunderstanding’ – is.

Lara Zhivago: In the absence of sincere and active listening [Edwin Rutsch: Empathy aka Active Listening Circle]; any dis/agreement is self delusional bullshit. [FB: Lara Zhivago]

Wade Davis: It is not change or technology that threatens the technosphere. It is power. The crude face of domination. And wherevery you look around the world you notice these are not cultures destined to fade away, these are dynamic cultures being driven out of existence by identifiable [WiP law] forces beyond their capacity to adapt to, whether its from deforestation destruction of their habitats; or diseases.  Genocide the physical extinction of a people is generally condemned but ethnocide the destruction of a people’s way of life is not only not condemned its universally  celebrated as part of a [sustainable] development strategy. In the end it comes down to a choice, do we want to live in a world of monochromatic monotony or do we want to raise a polychromatic world of diversity. Its humbling to remember that our species has been around for perhaps about 600,000 years. The neolithic revolution which gave us [Kane] agriculture, when we succumbed to the cult of the seed, the poetry of the [Abel] shaman was replaced by the prose of the [Kane] priesthood, we created hierarchy, specialization and surplus, is only ten thousand years ago. The modern industrial world as we know it is barely three hundred years old. Now that suggests to me that we don’t have all the answers to all the challenges that will confront us. There are great moments of optimism.  This Inuit man told me a marvelous story about his grandfather.  The canadian goverment has not always been kind to the Inuit people. In the 1950s to establish our sovereignty we forced them into settlements. This Inuit grandfather refused to go. The family fearful for his life, took away all of his weapons and tools. Now you must understand the Inuit did not fear the cold, they took advantage of it. So this Inuit was not intimidated by the arctic nights blizzard that was blowing. He simply slipped outside, pulled down his sealskin trousers and defecated into his hand. As the faeces began to freeze, he shaped it into the form of a blade. He put a spit of saliva on the edge of the shitknife and as it froze solid, he butchered a dog with it. He skinned the dog and improvized a harness, took the ribcage of the dog and improvized a sled, harnessed up an adjacent dog and disappeared over the iceflows, shitknife in belt. Talk about getting by with nothing. [TED: Wade Davis: Cultures at the far edge of the world]              Paul Kingsnorth: The modern toilet, the flush toilet is a good metaphor for the civilization we are living in. You crap into a pipe, you flush it away and you never see it, and you never have to deal with your own shit; and then you end up deep in it. But I just think its the notion that you just press a button and all of your waste dissapears and somebody else deals with it somewhere and its probably going to be okay; is exactly how we grow up and live our lives like that. [VPRO: The battle against climate change by Paul Kingsnorth]              Russell Blaylock: Wearing a face mask causes one to re-breath the carbon dioxide (CO2), that the lungs are attempting to expel. This in turn reduces the immune response, negatively affects epithelial cell function (cells in the lungs and blood vessels) and lowers the amount of oxygen exchange across the alveolar membranes. ……. Breathing in your own respiratory waste may not be that healthy. Who knew? [Childrens Health Defense: The Risks vs Benefits of Face Masks – Is there an Agenda?]       Our Ecological Footprint, by William Rees & Mathis Wackernagil: The good news is that—also unlike the woodland wasp which overbreeds and overconsumes his habitat’s resources and befouls it with his shit—humans are gifted by the potential for self-awareness and intelligent choice, and knowing our circumstances is an invitation to change. The first step toward reducing our ecological impact is to recognize that the environmental crisis” is less an environmental and technical problem than it is a behavioral and social one. It can therefore be resolved only with the help of behavioral and social solutions. On a finite planet, at human carrying capacity, a society driven mainly by selfish [procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits greed] individualism has all the potential for sustainability of a collection of angry scorpions in a bottle. [SQ: Jay Hanson et al: Social Contract Evolution; Growth Busters: Limits to Growth: Bacteria in a Bottle; Crash Course: Exponential Growth & Power of Compounding; World Population Balance: Understanding Exponential Growth]

According to the Chinese general Sun Tzu, traditionally credited as the author of The Art of War, an influential work of military strategy that has affected both Western and East Asian philosophy and military thinking.

Sun Tzu: If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle. [History Channel: The Art of War: DM: 01:02]

Shibumi: Shibumi in the personality of a man, it is … how does one say it? Authority without domination? Something like that. How does one achieve this shibumi, sir?  One does not achieve it, one . . . discovers it. And only a few men of infinite refinement ever do that. Men like my friend Otake-san. Meaning that one must learn a great deal to arrive at shibumi? Meaning, rather, that one must pass through knowledge and arrive at simplicity. [GoodReads: Shibumi]

If you negligently or intentionally don’t understand yourself and your own message; your communication messages to others are not from a sense of knowing yourself. You don’t love yourself enough to get to know yourself; to know what you stand for, what you want and will fight for, what you don’t want and will not tolerate; when you can help, can’t help, etc.

Brad Blanton: That’s what you do when you grow up; you start having enough courage to tell the truth. What is bad about not being honest? You are wrapped up in your own mind. You are trapped in your own mind. You can’t do anything but think about what it is that you havent told somebody and how you are deceiving them. You keep thinking now who did I tell what. You can’t keep track of all the ways in which you modified what you reported to other people and so you end up thinking, what did I say, what am I going to do, what am I trying to get them to do for me, what am I trying to do to manipulate them. You are all wrapped up in trying to get people conned into doing what you want, and when you are wrapped up in that you don’t actually enjoy it when you get what you want, cause you know you just conned them into it. So a way in which you really enjoy getting what you want, is that you ask for it, and they say ‘yeah go ahead you can have it’, then you can enjoy it and be really happy, but if you conned your way into it you can’t enjoy it and be happy. So the idea is being able to be happy and be related to people and not be guarded and careful and protected and afraid of being found out. That’s a lousy way to live. Its a better way to live out loud, let the chips fall where they may, have a few hard times now and then but they get cleaned up when everyone tells the truth. … At about 12 or 13 we start playing a game of pretending that we are not pretending, when we are. We do that in order to play a kind of secret hero role to ourselves and try to get everyone to acknowledge us as being heroic and so we are going to pretend to be whatever we think will help us to get them to give us what we want. So when you learn to pretend that you are not pretending, when you are, thats a big problem, its called the major problem of adulthood, of our whole civilization. .. They lie to get what they want and when they get what they want by lying, they can’t enjoy it. Why don’t they just ask for what they want? Because they are afraid they might not get it. So they build a story to be able to manipulate others to get what they want. – Radical Honesty: The Importance of Telling the Radical Truth. SHO: Brad Blanton: And Nothing But the Truth; Radical Honesty: 01:02:03 [EoP RH FR: Caveat]
» EoP Leg Sub: 09 Apr: EoP Re: Russel Brand 12 Addiction Steps, Social Anxiety and Trust; 21 Apr: EoP Re: Arif Putin to Pena-Taliban: Simple Question: What do you want?.

Your – who am I – self is not built on a rock, but on quicksand, and consequently the messages flowing from your self identity are quicksand marketing of self bullshit verbal diarhea messages.

“I have called this phenomenon the marketing character because it is based on experiencing oneself as a commodity, and one’s value not as ‘use value’ but as ‘exchange value’. The living being becomes a commodity on the ‘personality market’. … Success depends largely on how well persons sell themselves on the market, how well they get their personalities across, how nice a ‘package’ they are; whether they are ‘cheerful’, ‘sound’, ‘aggressive’, ‘reliable’, ‘ambitious’; furthermore, what their family backgrounds are, what clubs they belong to, and whether they kinow the ‘right’ people….. must fulfil one conditions: to be in demand. .. The aim of the marketing character is to be desirable under all conditions of the personality market…. The puzzling question why contemporary human beings love to buy and to consume, and yet are so little attached to what they buy, finds its most significant answer in the marketing character phenomenon. The marketing character’s lack of attachment also makes them indifferent to things. What matters is perhaps the prestige or the comfort that things give, but things per se have no substance. They are utterly expendable, along with friends or lovers, who are expendable too, since no deeper tie exists to any of them.”  [GoodReads: To Have or to Be: The Nature of the Psyche].

All civilian legal systems are a symptom of their military conqueror’s – military dictator commander in chief, and/or military alliance commander in chief; or if duhmockery the credibility believability of the civilian commander in chief with his/her voters, law enforcement and military – EoP or WiP Law legal strategy.

[00:34:08] Mark Ellis: I guess that’s the point of saying… certainly there are countries in the world that one would question the integrity, the ability of the judicial system… [00:34:16] Julian Assange: All of them – there is no exception. Let me give you a type of proof. A military invasion will remove every judicial system. No exception. So you actually see that the administration of the law, judges, all that, comes as a result of the military domination of a particular area of life and to more efficaciously administer that military domination and more efficiently and to have less opposition from the population that are there… there is a construction of various lightly armed forms of military, we call them police, and delegated decision making, so you don’t have to have your top power figures constantly making decisions, and instead you create standardised rules and people to administer them. So when everything starts getting up near this level of the fundamental underpinnings of where legal systems emerged from, they break down. No exceptions. [IBANet: A Conversation with Julian Assange].
» EoP Leg Sub: 24 Nov: IBANet Julian Assange Conversation: EoP Re: EROEI Root Cause of Legal System Collapse; 16 Aug: EoP TRC Info: USCAAF Judge Stucky; US Fed & State Judges: DRAFT: Military Democracy EoP UN Resolution Martial Law; 28 Nov: McV20: EoP Law Voter Q Re: Voters Ballots, not Lawyers Briefs decide Elections.


Sun Tzu: If the strategic and/or tactical orders of the military, political or legal general are unclear and the troops do not obey, it is the fault of the general that the troops do not obey. If the strategic and/or tactical orders of the military, political or legal general are clear and the troops do not obey, it is the fault of the subordinate officers and troops for refusing to obey.  [History Channel: The Art of War: DM: 01:02]

Xu Qinxian (born 1935) was the commander of the 38th Group Army of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army who refused to use force against demonstrators in Beijing during the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests. Xu was court-martialed, jailed for five years and expelled from the Chinese Communist Party. On or about May 20, 1989, the 38th Army was verbally ordered by the Beijing Military Region (BMR) to enforce martial law order against demonstrators in Beijing. Xu was a protege of Defense Minister Qin Jiwei, who had reservations about enforcing the crackdown. Xu said he could not comply with a verbal order to mobilize and demanded to see a written order. When told by the BMR that it “was wartime” and an order in writing would be provided later, Xu responded that there was no war and reiterated his refusal to carry out the order. President Yang Shangkun sent Zhou Yibing, the commander of the BMR, to Baoding to persuade Xu. Xu asked Zhou whether the three principals of the Central Military Commission had approved the martial law order. Zhou replied that while Deng Xiaoping, the chairman, and Yang Shangkun, the vice-chairman, had approved, Zhao Ziyang, the first secretary, had not. Without Zhao’s approval, Xu refused to act on the order and asked for sick leave. His request was not granted but he still refused to report to duty. Privately, he told friends that he would rather be executed than to be a criminal to history. Yang Shangkun declared that Xu Qianxian’s insubordination could not be tolerated. He ordered Xu be arrested, imprisoned and expelled from the Communist Party. The 38th Army under a new commander proceeded to play a major role in suppressing demonstrators. Many of Xu Qinxian’s former colleagues were promoted for their roles. Xu was court-martialled and served five years in prison. At trial, he remained defiant, declaring that “the People’s Army has never in its history been used to suppress the people, I absolutely refuse to besmirch this historical record!” After his release from prison, he was not permitted to live in Beijing and resides in a sanitarium for retired military officers in Shijiazhuang. When interviewed by the Hong Kong media 22 years after his decision, Xu expressed no regrets. He became a friend of Li Rui, former secretary of Mao Zedong and a leading detractor within the Communist Party. Xu’s defiance has also been praised by Lt. Gen. Liu Yazhou, an outspoken critic within the PLA of the need for political reform in China. [Wikipedia: Xu Qinxian]            On the night of June 3rd a huge invasion force entered Beijing, with strict orders that the square must be cleared by June 4th. The instructions said we don’t want bloodshed, but the other instructions which were ironclad was that the square has to be cleared by 6 am. No bloodshed on the one hand, have to clear the square on the other.  Here’s your tanks, here’s your ammunition, so I think the soldiers were caught in a dilemma. The citizens barricaded the square. Angry citizens were everywhere and citizens could not understand why the people’s army were fighting thier own citizens. About 4:15 suddenly all the lights in the square went out. After about ten minutes the lights came on again, but not the normal lights of the square. The students had made their last stand at the monument on the square.  They had witnesses the shooting of the Beijing citizens attempting to prevent the army from reaching the square and expected the same treatment, but they were wrong. The soldiers held their fire and the students were offered amnesty; if the vacated the square at once. Should we stay or should we go was put to a voice vote among the students. The student leaders made the decision to lead the students out of the square. Three thousand to five thousand students left the square by the south east corner. They made the right decision, there would have been no point staying there, everyone would have been killed. Mainstream media reports in the week after June 4th stated that troops had assaulted the monument and massacred all the students on the monument. Thousands of students had been shot down in cold blood.  That didn’t happen. Simple as that. The theater of the massacre was by and large elsewhere; it was the rest of the city where the Beijing citizens fought and died.  The next day ….. The tactics of of overwhelming force had a point they were meant to shock, terrify and awe, and they did. Terror works. No one knows for certain how many people died…  All we can be sure of is that by the third day, June 5th, the army was in complete control. [Frontline: Tank Man.]            Han Dongfang was a leader of the Tiananmen protests; but speaking from experience he urged workers not to participate the violent demonstrations of 2008. “One of the lessons I learnt from 1989; was that the huge massive street action looks powerful; yes; but after a crackdown; everybody disappeared. We are human beings and we have fear infront of machine guns. Even a million people in the street continued for three days. That power is not really reliable.” [Al Jazeera: Global Financial Meltdown].
» EoP Leg Sub: 08 Jun: McV20: EoP Re: Radical Honesty BLM Peak Oil Violence Solidarity.

Storm Clouds Gathering: Those who see what is coming, would be well advised to move away from big cities. Time to start growing your own food, detach from the grid, reduce dependence on fossil fuels. A great reset is in the works, but what happens next is up to you [SCG: The Biden Administration: A Disaster in the Making]. A unified nation can weather an economic downturn without crumbling, however highly polarized societies are much more likely to fall apart when facing such pressures. [SCG: Psychology of the Great Collapse]           Paradigm for a New Generation: Our species — Homo Sapiens Sapiens — is a social animal. Tribes and nation states are human analogues of the pack. Like wolves, lions and apes our behavior is heavily influenced by the authority, conformity and reciprocity instincts. Human societies can only be fully understood (or changed) in the context of these forces [Paradigm for Next Generation: Positive Application of Human Instinct] The disobedience of a single general or a police force refusing to clear an occupying crowd can bring down an entire regime. [Paradigm for Next Generation: Positive Application of Human Instinct: Culture as Code: Authority Instinct].

Major General Avi Mizrahi: Head of Central Command 2009-2012: In November 2013, I retired from the IDF. Until then I was limited in what I could say, now I can talk. As head of Central Command I worked closely with the Palestinians on what is called their ‘security mechanisms’. We got to a very high level of operational cooperation and intelligence cooperation. I don’t want to go into detail but at the beginning I didn’t believe it, that they have the ability, they have the will, and again they don’t love us; but we have a common interest, they are scared of Hamas, maybe even more than us. And therefore this works. Now, this security cooperation needs to be translated to political cooperation. In other words they are in favour of economic peace if that was enough, but its not enough. Military strength has a limit. If today, lets say 10,000, 20,000 100,000 Palestinians cross Kalandia crossing to Jerusalem. What do I do? Stand and shoot them? Lets say you find a general who gives that order. You think his comrades will listen?! I don’t think so! Now, could something like this happen? Yes, it can. And therefore, force has its limit. I believe there can be a solution. I believe such a solution requires sacrifice from both sides, but they are concessions that both sides can live with, because the alternative is much worse. And if someone tells me that we have flipped over every rock in pursuit of peace, that’s not true. We haven’t flipped over every rock, only some of them. [Israel Policy Forum: CIS Commanders: IDF Central Command: Avi Mizrahi; Mossad: Shabtai Shavit; ABC AU: The Gatekeepers: Israel’s spy leaders call for peace.]
» EoP Leg Sub: 30 Jan: EoP Re: IPF-Mossad Re Gov Peace Policy Statements, IDF Re Military Orders to shoot thousands

Babylon WiP law is a legal world, very similar to the Matrix religious world that existed before Martin Luther confronted the religious indulgence salesmen with his Ninety-Five Theses, on the Church of All Saints, on 31 October 1517, thereby initiating the Protestant Reformation. In the Catholic Church’s religious Matrix world, only Catholic Bishops were entitled to be interpreters of the ‘word of god’. Only they could decide what God meant, about who was guilty and who was innocent, who would go to hell and who would go to heaven. God did not speak to common people, except via the Catholic Church’s bishops.    In Babylon Innocence for $ale Indulgences WiP Legal Matrix world, only those who swear blind obedience to Babylon Innocence for $ale Indulgences WiP Legal Matrix world – lawyers, prosecutors and judges – are deemed to possess the supposed superior intellectual Legal Godlike capabilities, to decipher, decode and interpret the ‘word of Babylon Innocence for $ale Indulgences WiP gods’, hence capable of deciding which of us mere Commons surplus cannon fodder mortals acts of commission, or omission, is ‘lawful’ or ‘unlawful’.    Surplus vote fodder citizens may convert to becoming cannon-fodder citizens by joining the military to commit conquering or culling acts of murder and theft, as long as their murder and theft is sanctioned as a lawful conquer, culling or theft order, by one or more groups of left/right conquer-and-multiply legal indulgence salesmen.   In this Babylon Innocence for $ale Indulgences WiP Matrix Reality legal world, soldiers tasked with the national security conquering and culling responsibilities, of conquering to thieve another tribe’s resources, and culling population ‘useless eaters’ and ‘oxygen thieves’ surplus population excesses; on behalf of the conquering and culling profiteering demands of civilized patriarchy’s civilian corporate and political elite; constantly find themselves confronted with the conquer-or-culling “Befehl ist Befehl” Catch 22 dilemma:     To obey, or not to obey, a ‘Lebensraum’, ‘Difaqane’, ‘Operation Freedumb’ and the thousands like them, order to conquer or cull; since a lawful conquer or culling order, by one group of left/right conquer-and-multiply legal indulgence salesmen, can easily be reinterpreted to be an unlawful order, by another group of opposing left/right conquer-and multiply legal indulgence salesmen; presenting a Catch 22 dilemma from which there is no legal escape.     One who refuses a ‘lawful’ conquering or culling order will still probably be jailed for refusing orders, and one who accepts an ‘unlawful order will be jailed for committing unlawful culling or conquering acts.    Who decides, what is, and what is not, a conquering or culling lawful, or unlawful order?       The ‘Inalienable Right to Breed / Consume’ Matrix Reality conquer-and-multiply indulgence salesmen, with their specious justifications, and nightmare of Legal Matrix reality generated bureaucratic stare-decisis cryptic rules and statutes, of course!
» EoP Leg Sub: 08 Aug: EoP Law Re: Babylon – Innocence for $ale Indulgences – WiP Law.

My EoP Law culture – ego literacy [ego-literacy] policy towards sincerely understanding anyone – and consequently sincerely avoiding any misunderstanding with such person; is to know myself and to honestly transparently publicly represent myself. In my communications with others; I practice stupid consciousness [Simon Sinek: The Truth About Being the Stupidest in the Room] sincere active listening [Edwin Rutsch: Empathy aka Active Listening Circle] with such person; so that I can sincerely – at least theoretically, perhaps not kineasthetically, if I have not physically experienced what they physically experienced – understand their message: what they want, don’t want, whether I can help or not; whether they can help or not.

Ray Dalio: The greatest tragedy of mankind — or one of them — is that people needlessly hold wrong opinions in their minds. All opinions are not equal. Peter Blanken: I have been in a few situations recently where people I respect and love have given me their opinion on certain matters. I have also had the dubious pleasure of listening to less-than-credible “specialists” mouth-fart about subjects they in actually did not know a lot about. ….. The greatest tragedy of mankind — or one of them — is that people needlessly hold wrong opinions in their minds. All opinions are not equal. And it is not the person we love or respect who necessarily has an opinion which really counts, at least not if they lack believability. Ray Dalio defines believability as follows: “Believable people as those who have repeatedly and successfully accomplished the thing in question — who have a strong track record with at least three successes — and have great explanations of their approach when probed”. From this he extracts another very valuable thought which many people who argue for the sake of arguing would do better to consider: “If both parties are peers, it’s appropriate to argue. But if one person is clearly more knowledgable than the other, it is preferable for the less knowledgeable person to approach the more knowledgable one as a student and for the more knowledgable one to act as a teacher”. Now, in Bridgewater’s organization they have figured this out to the most granular level, because they actually assign a believability score to each participant in a discussion, in real time. This means that when the organisation needs to make important investment decisions, they will take each person’s input and put that through the filter. This may lead to a decision being voted for by a majority, but actually rejected, because the believability score of that majority was lower than the assigned knowledge, experience or background of the minority. That’s pretty powerful stuff. ………. When two people believe opposing things, chances are that one of them is wrong. It pays to find out if that someone is you. …. holding wrong opinions in one’s head and making bad decisions based on them instead of having thoughtful disagreements is one of the greatest tragedies of mankind. ….. That quote is from Ray Dalio, the founder and Grand Poobah at Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund in the world and a successful billionaire entrepreneur. Dalio likes to develop the idea of thoughtful disagreement, in which the goal is not to convince the opposite party that you are right, but simply to find out which view is true and then what to do about it.  Both parties must be motivated by a genuine fear of missing important perspectives. In such a situation it is about exploring the truth and not simply arguing. Or “winning” the argument. In reality, the winners of an argument, if there is such a thing, are those who leave the discussion having learned something. Whereas the losers are those who stubbornly cling to their thoughts, beliefs and reasoning without having given any consideration to the others’ point of view. What is interesting is that, being from a multi-cultural European background, I very frequently see how this plays out depending on the origins of the parties involved. Often, discussions get more heated with people from the south of Europe, considered more “hot-blooded”, than people from the North, more “cold-blooded”. The next time you find yourself in a discussion seemingly not leading towards agreement or resolution, consider this notion of thoughtful disagreement. Try to stand apart from the discussion. Hold you tongue and go through these 3 steps: * Listen with intent, meaning that you seek to understand the other person’s viewpoint first and foremost. * Take into consideration how believable the other person is. Find points of agreement and build on those. Determine points of disagreement and focus on clarifying them. * Stay open to the notion that if the 2 ideas are opposing, and one of them could be wrong, there is actually a possibility the person having it wrong is you. You might also consider sharing this methodology with the ”opposing” party and see if that improves the quality of the exchange. The goal should not be to bludgeon the other into accepting your views, but to leave the disagreement smarter that when you started and that this leads to improved decision making and a harmonious conclusion. [CNBC: Ray Dalio says ‘greatest tragedy of mankind’ is people clinging to wrong opinions; The Startup: How to have better discussions — the art of thoughtful disagreement; How to make better decisions: consider Believability.]
» EoP Leg Sub: 06 Aug: LJ v LS CEO Req for Invest Info: Peter Blanken & Michael Burry;

If you can clarify what your legal culture communication process is for sincerely understanding yourself, a respondent or client is; I will be happy to experiment with using your – reaching sincere understanding – communication policy to attempt to reach a sincere understanding of your communication message.

“I don’t know what you mean by ‘glory,’” Alice said. Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously. “Of course you don’t—till I tell you. I meant ‘there’s a nice knock-down argument for you!’” “But ‘glory’ doesn’t mean ‘a nice knock-down argument’,” Alice objected. “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.” “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “which is to be master—that’s all.” [Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll]

Put differently: EoP Law culture legal services have different objective [eco-literacy] and subjective [ego-literacy] reality truth – understand – masters to WiP Law culture legal services objective truth and subjective reality truth – understand – masters.

I don’t know what WiP Law legal or racial or religious or ideological culture you consider yourself to be a member of. I consequently don’t know what your particular WiP Law legal or racial or religious or ideological cultures legal services culture consider to be your objective truth and subjective reality truth – understand – master.


MLI-CM: ….. the matter has been enrolled for hearing on 25 May 2021.

EoP-LJ: As of date you have not provided me with a copy of your correspondence to the Magistrate, to clarify whether you requested that the matter be postponed for [A] Postponed Case Enrollment Hearing date; or [B] Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date.


MLI-CM: On that day the magistrate will hear arguments from both sides before she decides the matter.

EoP-LJ: Do you intend to inform me whether you requested the matter be postponed for [A] Postponed Case Enrollment Hearing date; or [B] Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?.

Or do I need to contact the Magistrate to ask her whether you requested the matter be postponed for [A] Postponed Case Enrollment Hearing date; or [B] Opposed Motion Court Roll Hearing date?.


EoP – OKC TRC – Axis Alliance [31 Mar: EoP Upd: Sergey Lavrov: Re: EoP Axis Alliance negotiations] Honest Lives Matter [29 Jun: EoP Axis Alliance is an Honest Lives Matter culture] Negotiations correspondence is published at EoP Leg Sub [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]


Lara Johnson,
EoP MILED Clerk [EoP Oath PDF]
16 Taaibos Ave, Heatherpark, George, 6529

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