How to deal with Notices like TV licence, parking tickets, speeding tickets…

Always remember: A Notice in Law is not a Bill. You do not have to pay a NOTICE. Just return it to sender. Simple.

http://wethepeopleireland.ning.com/

Ever received a notice from a bye-law so called “State” body (in fact a for-profit corporation)? Or a private company (eg. parking ticket)? …Demanding “The Occupier(s)” or the “whom it may concern”  to pay fees for whatever reason because of any private rule, statute or act.

You don’t want to pay but until now you always paid!
You are in FEAR. You are in fear of UNCERTAINTY because the system, the matrix, has taught you how to be a good little tax payer, a sort of a slave. The draconian people at the top echelons of the Society/system/matrix suck your money – that’s your energy (ie. sweat and stress from work for which you were paid – income tax deducted of course!). They may drink the blood of your children as well but that are other stories…

Simply return it, with a sticker on the addressee area stating
“NO CONTRACT RETURN TO SENDER” and another one elsewhere on the envelope or document itself (maybe a better way to state you are free these crooks):
NO CONTRACT
IT IS NOT MY WILL OR WISH TO CONTRACT
I DO NOT RECOGNISE YOU
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND YOUR INTENT
I DO NOT HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL TREATY WITH YOU
NO ASSURED VALUE
NO LIABILITY

A notice returned under lawful 'NCRTS' (NO CONTRACT - RETURN TO SENDER)

A for-profit notice claiming payment is due under Broadcasting Act 2009 returned under lawful ‘NCRTS’ (NO CONTRACT – RETURN TO SENDER)

– My advice is to make a copy (both sides if both are printed) of the letter and the envelope, should it hold substantial information, so you can refer to them in case of need. Keep them in a dedicated folder.  You may scan them and back them up on an optical disc as well
-Make yourself a rubber stamp with the below block of text and stamp it on each page of the document sent to you. Put it back into the envelope.
– Adhesive tape it all to make sure no-one will temper with it on its way back to the crooks’ office.
– Send it back. Note I would recommend you either video record when you slide it in the postbox or that you sent it as signed for mail BUT BE AWARE NOT TO DIVULGE YOUR NAME on the form (keep using their terminology, eg. “The Occupier”).

NO CONTRACT
IT IS NOT MY WILL OR WISH TO CONTRACT
I DO NOT RECOGNISE YOU
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND YOUR INTENT
I DO NOT HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL TREATY WITH YOU
NO ASSURED VALUE
NO LIABILITY

a good idea is to make a rubberstamp with that block of text if you are regularly dealing with notices

If any kind of these self-appointed ‘inspectors’ come to your DWELLING’S DOOR, always remember, IGNORE THEM. DO NOT GRANT them RECOGNITION and thus the opportunity to annoy you further. Which means DO NOT EVEN TALK TO THEM THROUGH THE DOOR – just IGNORE them.

Why and how this works?
As long as you do not fall for the lies of these fake authorities (YOU grant authority to them or NOT – YOUR CHOICE) and partake into their circus then YOU are REFUSING to CONTRACT therefore they cannot force you to pay FEES.

For plenty of exceptionally important information refer to these website and forums, most of the law apply to current (or “former”) lands governed by the British crown. Learn more about Law vs Legality (statutes, acts & all the crap made to enslave us):
http://www.tnsradio.com/podcasts-by-host.html
http://wethepeopleireland.ning.com/
http://freemanireland.ning.com/

Listening to this entire podcast is a good start:
http://www.tnsradio.com/4/post/2013/03/billy-mcguire-harry-rae-we-the-people.html

Update: same goes with eFlow / Sanef ITS Operations Ireland (SANEF being Société des Autoroutes du Nord et de l’Est de la France).

8 Responses to “How to deal with Notices like TV licence, parking tickets, speeding tickets…”

  1. Do this work for the UNITED STATE

  2. Great article.

    However what if they come to your place of work and not your dwelling?

    • Good question, I didn’t think about it. If you mean ‘how can my business avoid paying the RTÉ tax’ I don’t know. But if you mean the ‘inspector’ is hunting you down at your work place: (s)he’s nothing to do there so I wouldn’t bother with their chicanery. They are like the ones in the street trying to get your attention to trick you to give your personal details and signature. You can also ask the question on We The People Ireland http://wethepeopleireland.ning.com/ and Tír na Saor http://freemanireland.ning.com/. Keep us updated.

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