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Old 12-04-2010, 11:13 PM   #3
brianthebrain
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Originally Posted by rob menard View Post
Hi asky
STILL WAITING FOR ANY EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT YOUR LUDICROUS AND OUTRAGEOUS CLAIM THAT CONSENT IS NOT REQUIRED FOR SOCIETAL MEMBERSHIP.

Let's see what a dictionary has to say....

SOCIETY. A society is a number of persons united together by mutual consent, in order to deliberate, determine, and act jointly for some common purpose.
2. Societies are either incorporated and known to the law, or unincorporated, of which the law does not generally take notice.
3. By civil society is usually understood a state, (q.v.) a nation, (q.v.) or a body politic. (q.v.) Rutherf. Inst. c. 1 and 2.
4. In the civil law, by society is meant a partnership. Inst. 3, 26; Dig. 17, 2 Code, 4, 37.


So as we can see, without consent you are not in any society, if you wish, and geography is not mentioned, and if you look at the definition of statute you see society.

Thus statutes require consent to be lawfully enforced upon a human being.

Asky, number_6, other naysayers

Care to admit defeat?
is that a Canadian dictionary you've got there ?

try this one

n., pl., -ties.

1.
1. The totality of social relationships among humans.
2. A group of humans broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests, participation in characteristic relationships, shared institutions, and a common culture.
3. The institutions and culture of a distinct self-perpetuating group.
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