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Sunday, September 6, 2020

Silence Really Is Golden


By Anna Von Reitz

We are, most of us, social beings. We have been taught since childhood to communicate when we want or need to resolve problems. That's why our natural impulse is to open up our big mouths and blab away when a police officer confronts us.
And that is exactly what we should never, ever do.

It has been estimated that at least 90% of the encounters we have with police are "fishing expeditions". They don't really have any probable cause to think you have committed any crime, but they will accost you just the same, and try to engage you in a conversation.

They have been trained to get you to contract with them.

Here is an example: You are out in your driveway washing your car on a Saturday afternoon. By accident, some of the over-spray drenches a police officer who is walking by on the sidewalk. He's mad and now enters your private property and shouts at you.

"Are you assaulting a police officer? Seeking to incapacitate me?"

Your natural impulse is to stammer, "No, sir! I didn't see you. I was just washing my car...."

"Do you understand that what you have done is a criminal assault on a police officer? Do you understand that you have interrupted and obstructed me in the accomplishment of my duties?"

"I didn't mean to get you all wet, officer. I didn't even see you coming...."

In that short, innocent conversation, you have already "admitted" the following:

1. That he is a recognized authority --- by calling him "sir" and "officer".

2. That you did the "obstructive act" and "committed the assault" --- spraying him with water.

Now, all he has to do is hand-cuff you and haul you off to face felony level charges, and you are already on the record having admitted to all of it.

Do you see why silence really is golden, when dealing with the police?

This isn't the first time I have addressed this issue and probably won't be the last, but before I didn't have help driving it home with "more than words". Here is a wonderful and very short (three minute) video that demonstrates how you should answer all police inquiries with four little words:

"I don't answer questions."  or go to YouTube and look up: 

"I Don't Answer Questions EXPLAINED".

This gem shows actual real-life encounters and the happy results of using these four little words. Learn them and use them and go on with your lives in peace. They force the officer to evaluate --- on the spot --- whether they have probable cause to arrest you or not.

And 90% of the time, the answer is "not".

Combined with the Jester's Defense (if you are arrested and forced to plea) which consists of four more little words: "I am an idiot." you can easily turn the tables on them and beat them at their own game.


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  1. This is exciting & hope it sticks. Let's keep an eye on this one.
    Wonder who this woman is? Who is with her?
    Says their bonds will be pulled if they don't comply within 10 days. How will they pull their bonds? Will it be effective? Exciting!

    Palm Beach County City council Being Served For Treason #palmbeachcounty 4:20 

  2. You are so awesome Anna, your words are gospel for mortal man and woman. You are heavenly sent. Spent a lifetime seeking for intelligence and I prayed incessantly to the Father in Heaven to find such an immortal being and my 30+ year gamble has paid off nicely.

  3. "I don't answer questions."

    I heard someone said it to me. It makes sense, to say to the uneducated Cop's. So the vermin won't try to entrap us further.

    But was I a civil, it seems rude for a civil to say to another civil.

  4. Re: "The 'War' Is Over":
    Found the following definition from Bouviers:
    "CIVILIAN. A doctor, professor, or student of the civil law."[1]
    Also - the "Compact Edition" (2011) refers to "person" about three times in its definitions.

    This man would rather be known as a free inhabitant.

  5. It is easier said then done, ended up in jail couple of times telling them it's none of their business as long as no one is injured or no property damage. No big deal going to jail, got to experience the dungeons and met a lot of nice people in population. Never could eat their mismatch bread bologna sandwich, gave it away to some poor fellas. Now I know I am closer to stop being treated like an ATM machine.


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