Dude. If you thought Vox Day (the guy with the minge haircut) was crazy, check out what his crazy dad has been up too since he fast captured last year:
The trial of millionaire tax protester Robert Beale turned bizarre even before jury selection began Monday as the prosecutor announced the arrest of four of Beale’s supporters for conspiring with Beale to disrupt the proceedings and intimidate the judge.
“God … wants me to take the judge out, that’s what he wants me to do,” Beale allegedly told his common-law wife, according to a new criminal complaint filed against him and the four associates.
“Once I take down Ann Montgomery, no judge in the whole court will have anything to do with me,” Beale said in a tape-recorded phone call from jail.
Beale is a “member/leader” of what’s known among certain groups as an extra-judicial “Common Law Court” in Ramsey County. The lengthy title of this specific “court” indicates a religious undercurrent, including a reference to “a superior court for the People, original jurisdiction under Almighty Yahweh exclusive jurisdiction in and for confederation-government United States of America.”
These are the guys behind world nut daily folks, just in case you were wondering why it’s such a source of insanity.
And what’s with people not paying their taxes? Wesley Snipe fell for this nonsense conspiracy that the income tax is illegal as well. People, pay your taxes! I’ve heard about this nonsense before that the amendment was never ratified, yada yada. It’s constitutional, if you don’t pay your taxes you will go to jail, get over it.
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You evolutionists never cease to make me laugh. It’s not constitutional and my good friend Kent Hovind is here to tell you all about it. Kent…? Kent…? Hey, where’d Kent go?
Beale allegedly told his common-law wife…
Doesn’t that mean he’s guilty of fornication?
T. Bruce – of course not, our government even lets gays get married (in one state) therefore, they have abdicated any say in legal marriages. Don’tcha know? 😛
Why yes it does. In his defense I think he refers to her as a girlfriend and not his wife, it’s likely a reporter error.
“These are the guys behind world nut daily folks, just in case you were wondering why it’s such a source of insanity.”
Actually I didn’t know that, thanks for the info.
So what happened to Vox’s mom? Was she married to this nutball at any point? Did he off her too?
I wonder if there are any studies done to see what the makeup of the anti-tax crowd. How many are political and how many have religious reasons (such as Hovind). That said, I guess it is easy to see that the apple does not fall far from the tree. This is what ol’ Voxie will be like in the future (ok, so he is halfway there, we’re just waiting for the Law to catch up).
Oh damn. Vox Day’s crazy dad reminds me of these folks.
Embassy of Heaven
No wonder Vox Day is such a blistering moron.
Vox has always been a prime candidate for going on a rampage through the Mall of America with his cheap sword collection. Maybe this will be the incident that pushes him over the top.
You just know you’re going to read something extraordinary whenever the term “common law wife” appears.
It’s like when you see the perp’s middle name is ‘Wayne’. All bets are off.
I just noticed, one of Vox Day’s columns is entitled ‘Vox Popoli’. It seems that he was trying for a latin title, but missed. Popoli is misspelled. It should be vox populi, which would mean ‘voice of the people’.
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