Tuesday, August 21, 2012


From the creators of Esoteric Agenda and Kymatica comes another excellent film exposing little-known truths, UnGrip.  This latest documentary features sovereign freeman on the land Rob Page and his journey to ungrip himself from the ever-intrusive nanny state. 

"Authority is based 100% on our consent to being governed. We all have a free will choice to consent to being governed. When we do that, then we've given them permission to use their authority over us. So when we use our free will to apply for or to register for something, we gave them permission to create a corporation to interact between a man and the system and it's that corporation that the system acts upon. But because we don't know who we are, we assume or we think that that is us. So when you take a look at your credit card or take a look at your drivers license, or your birth certificate or any type of that stuff, a lot of people, including myself, thought that that was actually 'me', and that's not true. So, when the courts are acting upon it, all they can really act upon is the corporation and the only reason they can act upon the man is because we agreed to be the representative of that corporation and bind ourself to the terms of conditions to that agreement. But we can say NO at any time."  ~Rob Page, UnGrip


Anthony said...

Thank you for sharing that video. I have seen both Esoteric Agenda and Kymatica in the past, and this one was also great. It seems like we are completely immersed in the "corporatocracy". Sometimes I think the movie "The Matrix" is a perfect analogy to our situation. Rob's journey is not disimilar to Neo in the movie. A difficult and painful separation from the system followed by battles with system agents.

Eric Dubay said...

Good point, my personal journey has also been very similar, threats and hacks from system agents, and ultimately transforming from Neo to Morpheus, as we all must do to help awaken others :)

Anonymous said...

"Science is the religion of matter"
"The paradigm of science is that creation is all, and that the creator is nothing.
Religions says the creator is all, and the creation is nothing.

These two extremes are the BARS OF A PRISON CELL.

They prevent observation of all phenomenon as an interactive whole."

david said...

Watched this a while ago, highly recommended viewing!!
Thanks for sharing this Eric.

Anonymous said...

id really like to believe this freeman mojo worked but it seems there are a overwhelming amount of cases where people try to pull this and go up in flames.

if it was real wouldn't there be lawyers to represent people as freemen? ive watched multiple videos on this and still cant imagine any judge is gonna let me go for not paying my taxes because i tell him i'm not reppig the corporation with my name in all caps.


Anonymous said...

as a side note i'd like to add matrix was the worst movie i've ever seen.

i wish a movie with such a cool message about reality and did have such non stop slow mo bullet dodging and it seems every person was dressed in goth like all black outfits with boots. just turrible.

Eric Dubay said...

That seems like quite the exaggeration... I've seen plenty of worse movies than the Matrix... the 2nd and 3rd one were quite average but I thought the first one was great. As for sovereignty / freedom, of course it "works." We are inherently free / sovereign beings and we delegate authority to courts, judges, lawyers, police etc. They are public servants. We are private sovereigns. The authority of the courts / judges / lawyers / police comes from the consent of the governed. No consent = no authority. The agents are well aware of this however and have many ways to trick you into giving consent. Beyond that, they will often break their own statutes to try to impose their authority on you, but these breaches in public trust can also be circumvented (i.e. by signing anything "under duress," by suing the agent in question, putting a UCC lien against them, etc.). The plaintiff wins 95% of the time, so the key is to not be the defendant, go on the legal offensive, and never admit to being the corporate strawman they call for.

I know people who have brought their birth certificate into court and when the judge called for JOHN DOE, they replied, "I am here to settle that account." The judge repeated that he needs to speak with JOHN DOE only. So John held up his birth certificate and said, "This is the JOHN DOE you're looking for, and as he doesn't have ears or a mouth, I am here to settle the matter." At this point the judge asked one more time for JOHN DOE, then called the trial a no-show. Now the worst thing that could happen is that John gets another summons and has to show up again to repeat this process until they get bored. In actuality though, John never got another summons and that was it. It's all about knowing their game, standing your ground, and never consenting/contracting. Peace

Anonymous said...

what would you say is the worst movie you have ever seen?

my list

1.the matrix
2.magnolia with tom cruise
3.young adult

I would want to hire a law expert to clarify to the judge that i dont represent my strawman, i have a feeling i'd mess it up.

positive side note, two good movies i have seen lately

machine gun preacher, benjamin button.

Eric Dubay said...

Haha, it seems we have different tastes in movies as I enjoyed Magnolia. I've never seen Young Adult, Benjamin Button or Machine Gun Preacher though. Have you ever seen the movie "Cat's Eye" by Steven King? I remember thinking that was one of the worst movies I ever saw.