Posted on August 9, 2016 by Petros Posted in Issues regarding US persons abroad 137 Comments We have to remember that United States law code only applies to little people like you and me, but not to big important people like Hillary Clinton: This is an illustration of Petros Principle 12: The criminals are in DC. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading...
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Hello friends and supporters. I am just popping in again, while you carry on with your discussions about whomever will end up POTUS at the end of the day or whatever topics get your blood pressure pumped, to remind you that:
the Three Amigo Plaintiffs and the diligent ADCS committee members are still working every day in the background on (y)our litigation. We have never lost our focus nor have our great lawyers.
For those of you who are still keeping the faith with us, thank you. Because during these months leading up to the upcoming US election, we are concentrating on what needs to be done at our end to get it done here in Canada!
We appreciate how patient you have been waiting for updates while we press on preparing on your behalf. Don’t ever think we have forgotten you because you are our motivation and raison d’être.
Now back to your regular channel.
As always, best to you all.
And THAT, Ginny, is just exactly what I want to hear tonight. Thanks to all of you for staying focused.
This used to be about FATCA and IGAs. Now it’s a forum for hollering about Clinton, Trump, whatever, none of which matters. Courts will decide this issue, not politicians. It does not matter a whit what Trump or Clinton promise. For Canadians, it is what our courts say.
Thank you for your comments, Ginny, and continued thanks to all of you who are working behind the scenes.
I think Ginny’s post would make an excellent lead topic.
Thank you for diligently working away in the background. Your willingness to put yourself out there as a plaintiff is inspiring and I admire you for it.
I, too, could do without all the heated discussion of the US election, although I certainly understand why others are interested. For me, the US is the past, and I prefer to focus on the present and the future.
Probably a day doesn’t go by that I don’t think about the ADCS lawsuit, or the effort by many to end Citizenship Based Taxation, the source of many of our problems. I’m still patiently waiting for confirmation that I am accepted as a witness in joining you in you effort, Ginny.
Thanks for your comment and for all that you three plaintiffs do. I, and I’m sure many others, have never
doubted that the hard work has continued behind the scenes on the ADCS legal action. You definitely are not forgotten!
To some extent it’s meaningful to observe that law enforcement is not a goal of the US government, so we don’t know the real reason why they torment us.
“law enforcement is not a goal of the US government, so we don’t know the real reason why they torment us.” – It’s to leech as much money as they can from expats (who have no representation in the 48 contiguous states and Alaska) to pay for others who don’t want to f*ng work and pay for their own benefits, to put it bluntly! .
Trump gave a donation to Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi while she was deciding whether to prosecute Trump University for fraud.
Criminal vs. criminal. The next president of the US belongs in jail, whoever she or he will be.
Trump is a swindler and a briber, but on a smaller scale. According to the article, he has already paid the fine for that indiscretion, whereas the Clintons receive influence peddling in the billions. Hillary probably laughs at Trump because he had to pay the fine. What an amateur!
Trump shouldn’t be president, he should be on the Supreme Court. He can have the bench next to Clarence Thomas.