THE LIBRARY OF USEFUL BOOKS
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From my collection of educational books which I gathered during my research into workings and methods of legal system. My intention is to help other people to fight it better - more effectively, by having helpful resources available in one place.
LEGAL MAXIMS, WITH OBSERVATIONS AND CASES
the object of this work is to encourage law students a study of the first principles of the law, without a knowledge of which all other are useless.
GEORGE FREDERICK WHARTON - BAKER, WOORHIS & CO., LAW PUBLISHEES,1878
Maxims of Law
from Bouvier's 1856 Law Dictionary
Lawyers and Judges like quoting “Maxims of Law” because they like to think that, by doing so, they are showing a superior knowledge and intelligence and that only they are fit and proper persons to run the Courts.
SELECTED MAXIM’S OF LAW FOR FATHERS RIGHTS
Maxims in law are somewhat like axioms in geometry. They are principles and authorities, and part of the general customs or common law of the land; and are of the same strength as acts of parliament, when the judges have determined what is a maxim; which belongs to the judges and not the jury.
Quotes about law and corruption
criminal justice system is corrupt to its core: it depends on a pervasive dishonesty
by its participants
The language used in law is changing. There are many legal phrases that non-lawyers don’t understand. This guide is intended to help non-lawyers understand legal phrases and to give lawyers guidance in explaining the legal phrases they use.
Published by National Adult Literacy Agency -
DICTIONARY OF LAW - P.H. Collin
This dictionary provides the user with the main vocabulary currently being used in British and American law. The areas covered include criminal, civil, commercial and international law, as well as interactions with the police and legal advisers, and the procedures of the courts and
prisons. Common words used in reading or writing reports, articles or guidelines are also included.
DICTIONARY OF LAW FOURTH EDITION P.H. Collin
BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY - 4th edition
THE sustained and growing popularity of BLACK'S LAW DICTIONARY, is a strikig tribute to Henry Campbell Black, and to the essential soundness of the plan adopted by him for the compilation of a legal lexicon.
How to Understand and Master the Language of Law
This book has been written to assist those interested in law and wishing to become more conversant in English within a legal context (whether as a native English speaker or someone using English as a second or foreign language).
Legal English - William R. McKay and Helen E. Charlton
Savitri Devi - The Lightning and The Sun
Very rarely you can read a book so openly , honestly and rationally discussing issues
which are omitted or avoided by majority of writers preferring to twist the truth
and follow the ‘official’ line. One cannot disregard the arguments and brutal logic.
Carroll Quigley - The Anglo-American Establishment
This secret society is not a childish thing like the Ku Klux Klan, and it does not have any secret robes, secret handclasps, or secret passwords. It does not need any of these, since its members know each other intimately . It works behind the scenes rather than in the public view , using stooges and various fronts, and its work is so important and so influential that nobody wants to talk about it .
Michael Walsh - Witness to History
He avoids emotions on a very emotional topic - using just verifiable and generally
known facts which, when mentioned by others, are unfortunately either twisted or lied about.
Comments, views, statements and opinions which were expressed often
by later enemies
and therefore preferred to be forgotten.
Bakony Itsvan - What is judaism
Jews practice a complete racial discrimination against
the peoples that have sheltered them, preventing them from entering their private organizations.
The worst thing is that the host States tolerate this shameful situation, a fact which reveals
the level of domination the Jews have achieved in many nations of the world
Mark R Elsis - Holocaust revisionism
Holocaust Revisionism has two main parts. The first is an overview of information to help explain whom the Jews are and the death and carnage that they have inflicted on the Gentiles throughout history. The second part consists of 50 in-depth sections of evidence dealing with and repudiating every major facet of the Jewish "Holocaust" myth.
Dedicated to everyone who has been ostracized, vilified,
reticulated, set up, threatened, lost their jobs, bankrupted, beaten up, fire bombed,
imprisoned and killed for standing up and telling the truth on this historical subject.
Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spake Zarathustra
‘Mankind ought constantly to be striving to produce great men—this and nothing else
is its duty.’ - Such idea is not particularly popular in the age when role of the individual
is limited to pleasing others and conforming to standards of ‘political correctness’.
Friedrich Nietzsche - On the Genealogy of Morals
The two opposing values 'good and bad,' 'good and evil' have fought a fearful battle
on earth for thousands of years. If it’s true that the second value in each pair
has for a long time had the upper hand, there’s still no lack
of places where the battle goes on without a final decision.
Robert Klark Graham - The Future of Man
The purpose of this book—is to describe, as accurately as the available facts permit,
where man has come from, why he has come so far, and what major influences
are now at work upon him.
Gustave Le Bon - The Crowd
When a certain number of individuals are gathered together in a crowd
for purposes of action, observation proves that, from the mere fact of their
being assembled, there result certain new psychological characteristics.
Transparency International report on corruption
Corruption seriously distorts efforts made to respect, protect and fulfil human
rights, whether civil and political or economic, social and cultural.
Addressing corruption can act as a catalyst to the realisation of rights, such
as by ensuring access to education, health and water.
Australian republic by Citizen Pat Coleman
Given that national identity has been used to justify (quite rightly) a shift away from
England and to a republic, we must ask what it actually is. What is it we want to say
about ourselves? What do we believe in? Are we subjects or do we want to be
citizens, what does it mean to be a citizen and what is the bargain?