Like he says: “If the officer violates your rights, you have a BIG payday coming.”

Video Transcription:

All right, folks. This is Mark Emory with the lighthouse law club. And I think by now you’re very well aware that, uh, we’re at war, the elitists of the globalist cabal. I have initiated a full frontal assault on our way of life on us as people on our families, our values, our freedoms, and their intention is to destroy not only our way of life, but in fact many of us in the process. And what you need to be aware of that I think you already are. All right? So I’m not going to get into the why’s and the wherefores that’s self-evident and a given in this situation. So in this video, it’s my intention to give you a very quick bootcamp training session on how to properly handle yourself in the face of tyranny when the minions and the agents of corporate and government control show up on your doorstep or get in your face on the streets.

Speaker 1: (01:15)
All right? We need to handle ourselves properly. And in this short video, I’m going to lay out at least some of the ammunition that you’ll be able to use. And it comes with the peaceful use of knowledge and the law and standing firm in your position and not bowing down. All right? We’ve gotten into this position for one reason and one reason alone, we have been fat ignorant in the lazy for the last 50 years, taking for granted the freedoms that we have and we have not stood our ground against the constant chipping away of freedom by the socialists who run all the governments of the world. Okay? So here we are, and now we need to either fight and win or die literally, if not our way of life, our future and the future of our kids. All right? So enough said on that.

Speaker 1: (02:16)
Mmm. It all kind of boils down to this. All right. Um, I’m going to give you a crash course, as I mentioned, uh, how to deal with these agents. And this applies really to any and all agents of corporate, municipal government at any level. All right? State, local, County, federal, doesn’t matter. It’s all corporate, municipal government, all right? Now in any situation, it’s important for you to stand your ground. And you do that very simply by controlling the situation, by being the one, asking the questions. The one who’s asking the is the one who’s in control. The one who’s fielding the questions is the one who’s on defensive and you know that. Alright, so here’s scenario number one. You’re on the street. Maybe you’re in a protest or you’re walking down the street, um, in, in contravention to the governor’s orders that you’re supposed to be at home. And a municipal agent comes up to you and says, show me your papers. You reply, what papers do I have a legal obligation to carry papers with me at all times?

Speaker 1: (03:39)
Can you tell me what that law is? What was it? Was it a law that was actually passed by the legislature? Of course it wasn’t. The officer comes back and says, well, no, it’s an emergency order by the mayor or the governor and your reply. Oh, I see. Is that based on the so-called pandemic, right? Yes, it is. You mean officer the, are you talking about the pandemic? Which w w which has hospitalization and death statistics, which are lower than the seasonal flu according to the CDC, his own statistics on their website, you mean that pandemic?

Speaker 1: (04:22)
Do you see the CDCs on statistics show that this is not a pandemic and so the basis for the order is false, meaning that the order itself is without lawful effect. It’s based on a false premise. So officer, both you and the governor swore an oath to defend the constitution. Am I correct? Well, yes. Well that oath is your contract with me and I’m going to hold you to that contract. Violations of that contract are unauthorized. I do not consent. So whatever you may do or think in contravention to your contract with me, and when you step outside your scope of authority, you lose the cloak of sovereign immunity. And you know what that means. It means you become personally liable for damages, which you may incur by violating your contract with me. Officer. Let me ask you, are you familiar with title 18 sections two 41 and two 42 of the U S code denying my rights under color of law?

Speaker 1: (05:39)
Are you familiar with the penalties for each violation? $250,000 for each incidence of a violation of each one of my rights. And if you act without authority, you are personally liable. Are you clear that officer? Well, let me help you out here. Alright, I’m trying to help you. I’m trying to save you from trouble. All right? We don’t need to conflict. We don’t need to step into a bear trap. But if you take one more step towards violating your contract with me, you’re going to fall into a tiger pit, which is right in front of you.

Speaker 1: (06:23)
And I know you probably have a family. You want to live in peace and I want that for you too. All right? So to ensure this peace and tranquility for you and your family, I encourage you to go on about your business and leave me the hell alone. All right. Now if they persist. All right, we started getting real specific. All right, officer, tell me something. What is your RAS? And he knows exactly what you’re referring to. This comes right out of the training manual. RAS is reasonable articulable suspicion that a crime was committed or was about to be committed. So officer, what’s your RAS? And tell me what’s your SAF? SAF is single articulable facts. The officer must come up with a single articulable facts that he can point to verbalize and write down on his report with specificity in supportive the reasonable articulable suspicion. All right, so officer, what’s your RAS and what’s the SAF to support it if you don’t have RAS or SAF or a valid warrant signed in wet ink by a judge based on probable cause when you are trespassing upon my property without authority.

Speaker 1: (08:05)
And that could mean either your front yard, your front doorstep, or your property is your rights. If he’s trespassing upon your rights, that’s your property. Okay. I do not give you permission to be here. I respectfully demand that you leave right now. All right. And if he does it or she doesn’t, officer, I put you on notice. If you proceed from this point forward, you are willfully violating my rights, which is criminal. You understand trespassing, you’re trespassing or unlawfully putting me under arrest by detaining me without cause for what you may be held personally liable. Are we clear on that?

Speaker 1: (09:00)
Alright, so let’s talk about another scenario. The masks. You’re walking down the street without a mash. You get approached and we go through the whole paper’s routine, which we get. We’ve already covered. All right. Uh, officer says, Hey bud, show me your papers. Who are you? And we go through that again. What papers do I have a legal obligation to carry papers with me at all times? Can you point me to the law that tells it tells us that. All right. No, of course there is no such thing. Mmm, well you’re not wearing a mask. The governor orders that everybody’s in public supposed to wear a mask. Well, the fact is, officer, I have a medical condition which is exacerbated by wearing a mask. And this poses a health risk to me due to my condition. Forcing me to wear a mask would be a violation of the ADA. Americans with disabilities act, violations of the ADA. I might remind you, or subject to fines of $75,000 for the first violation in 150,000 for any subsequent violation. Okay? Are we clear on that?

Speaker 1: (10:22)
So the law does not require me to wear a mask, at least the federal law. All right. Do we need to settle this in court? The officer asked, well, what health risk you got? Tell me. Prove your point. What health risks do you have? Well, officer, my health condition is private and that’s protected by HIPAA. The health insurance portability and accountability act. Nobody. But my doctor needs to know that. All right, and are we clear? Thank you for your time and I wish you a good day. I’m proceeding without a mask. And that’s your position. Now that’s not, you’re going to guarantee there’s some of these uneducated Jughead’s aren’t going to continue to harass you. But the point is if they proceed, be prepared to be arrested. Don’t be afraid of going to jail, alright? The most dangerous man on earth is one who’s not afraid to die for his cause.

Speaker 1: (11:33)
So don’t be afraid to go to jail. It’s not a big deal. And once you, you know, usually it’s the fear of the unknown that gets people, they’d never been to jail. You know, it sounds like a terrible thing. And Oh my God, whatever I needed to do, tell me I’ll do it. I don’t want to go to jail. Get that out of your head. Be prepared to go to jail because when they do, after you put them on notice, you will be a very rich person. The damages that will ensue, welcome that opportunity. That’s your ticket. All right? That will be your ticket. After you’ve put the officer on notice and he’s violated your rights willfully with criminal intent. My goodness. Do you have a payday coming? All right. Take that stand. Have no fear. We have to stand up against this and put these people back in their place.

Speaker 1: (12:31)
And if we don’t do it now, kiss your future goodbye because it’s only going to get worse from this point out. You with me? All right. Study this information. You might want to write it out in a transcript. Internalize it so it just rolls off of your tongue and you’re not stumbling or fumbling, or if you’re out in public, you might just make a quick little cheat sheet, put it on a car and put that in your pocket if you need to pull it out. Nothing wrong with that. All right, folks, we’re in the fight for our lives and fight for our future. It’s time we gotta. We gotta stand up and go on. Go on the offensive here. All right. Take care. God bless. I wish everyone the best.