A response to Judge Dale’s Post about the NDA

 

NOTE:  This is a post from John’s site (Thanks John) , I am posting the comments in order, under only a partial main post, since they appear more interesting and important.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

hi John,

 
Retired Judge Dale has it wrong.
 
Direct Response to Retired Judge Dale’s Post Of November 26 2013 pertaining NDA (contract)
 
Who Can Enforce A Contract
 
Of course, contracting parties can enforce contracts between themselves, as can certain third-party beneficiaries. But, then the questions arise -who is a party to a contract, and what type of third-party beneficiary enjoys the right to enforce? How these questions are answered in practice is very important.
 
“If the first rule of medicine is ‘Do no harm,’ the first rule of contracting should be ‘Read the documents.”’ Villacreses v. Molinari, 132 Cal.ApPAth 1223, 1225 (2005). In Villacreses, the contracting parties agreed “‘to have neutral arbitration of all disputes to which it applies….”’But turns out-there was no “it.” “[T]he mysterious ‘it’…is intended to refer to an arbitration provision that the parties [did not put into the contract].” So, while it was lovely that the parties agreed to arbitrate everything to which their arbitration agreement applied, their arbitration agreement applied to nothing, because there was no arbitration agreement.
 
Likewise, it is not unusual to receive in discovery, or have attached to pleadings, unsigned, or partially signed “contracts.” And someone who does not sign the contract “is not a party to the contract,” Turner Gas Co. v. Workmen’s Camp. Appeals Bd. 47 Cal. App. 3d 286, 291-292 (1975). This questions the worth of unsigned or partially signed documents on the issue of who can enforce a contract. On the other hand, an unsigned contract or a contract signed by someone other than the party attempting to enforce a contract can be golden in that it can prove who cannot enforce that contract.
 
You can click on this link to read all of the original post:
 

7 comments:

  1. BLA-BLA-BLA -BLA This is bullshit. Put the N.D.A. together with the Patriot Act and you have confiscated funds period.

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  2. Impressive response but if I may ask, what planet do you live on? 
    Try to sell this to a Judge of a corporate administrative court that is part and parcel of the foreign corporate fascist government called the USA!  They will laugh you out of the court or lock you up! 
    You quote their corporate regulations and opinions of years gone by and that isn’t law and never was!  Its a game that was played on our minds and with our reality.  Sadly, I was once a part of it.  The real deals were made in the back rooms and the smoke is what you are quoting!  The more important you are the greater the justice!  That is a fact that you need to learn and accept! Blessings, Judge Dale. 

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  3. Thanks for publishing that rambling diatribe of legalese, as usual, an excellent tool of word manipulation for the purposes of distraction and legerdemain. Now I KNOW that Judge Dale is right on the money!

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  4. Judge Dale does not have it wrong. The truth is much simpler than the legal mumbo jumbo this writer spews forth: Once we’ve signed the NDA, they will simply say we violated it and ‘flatten’ our accounts and take our assets. Good luck to us trying to take them to court to get any of it back: We will have no money with which to mount a defense. AND the courts are owned by them.
    Have to wonder why this person wrote this. To show how much legaleze he knew about contracts? Problem is he apparently knows little about Homeland Security or the run-away government now in control.

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  5. Yes, I agree with all of you, it happened to me when I lost my home.  Try to justify that even.  Judge Dale is right, there is no way to fight them unless the Republic is once again restored and even then it may take time.  Who knows.  We were the slaves of the Annunaki way back when, and if we continue this way, they will once again reclaim their reign on this earth right before our eyes.

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  6. This is one technology that I would love to be able to use for myself. It’s definitely a cut above the rest and I can’t wait until my provider has it. Your insight was what I needed. Thanks

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  7. There are NO real “judges” exist since late 1780’s… Read the history.. Stop calling these pretenders/ actors from land of LaLaLa… dwon under.

    http://nesaranews.blogspot.com/2013/11/retired-judge-dale-has-it-wrong-direct.html

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2 responses to “A response to Judge Dale’s Post about the NDA

  1. “Judge DALE” is a hoax. All of the online articles that are attributed to “Judge DALE” are also hoaxes. The people behind the “Judge DALE Hoax” have already admitted it.

    The online legal guru that we think of as “Judge DALE” is actually “Rodney DALE Class”, an amateur legal theorist with barely a high school education who was NEVER a judge (anywhere, at any time). (The author of the newer, non-legal articles (the so-called “Dinar forgeries”) is a different fraudulent impersonator, not Rodney DALE Class). Despite never going to college or to law school and despite never becoming a lawyer or a judge, Rodney DALE Class simply made-up and entire amateur belief system about the law and the legal system that he teaches to hundreds of other devoted amateur followers. None of Rodney DALE Class’ amateur legal theories or self-glorifying “war stories” can withstand even the slightest amount of factual or legal verification. But, this is not our concern here. He is NOT the driving force behind the “Judge DALE Hoax”.

    The people behind the “Judge DALE Hoax” are professional hoaxers/charlatans. They decided to market Rodney DALE Class’ amateur legal theories through a series of fake documents that they themselves actually created and which they fraudulently told the American people were written by a “retired federal judge” named, “Judge DALE” (using Rodney DALE Class’ middle name, “DALE”, as an inside joke). Among the fake documents that these charlatans actually created and fraudulently attributed to this fake “retired federal judge” were: “Lawfully Yours”; “The Matrix And The US Constitution” and “The Great American Adventure: Secrets OF America”.

    Reach whatever conclusion you wish about the government, the law and the legal system, but do not base your conclusions on a pathetic internet hoax. Do not get duped. Do not get played for a fool. Do not get “Judge DALE-ed”.

  2. Who Is “Judge DALE”?

    “Judge DALE” is a hoax. All of the online articles that are fraudulently attributed to “Judge DALE” are also hoaxes. The people behind the hoax have already admitted it to us. This is the reason that you have never seen a photograph, video or live appearance of “Judge DALE”. He does not actually exist.

    There are actually two different people who have fraudulently impersonated “Judge DALE” online and they write about two entirely different subjects in two entirely different styles.

    “Rodney DALE Class” is the original “Judge DALE” (which uses his middle name, “DALE”, as an inside joke). Class is actually an amateur legal theorist with barely a high school education who was never a judge. Class and his “editors” first began fraudulently impersonating the “Judge DALE”, a fake “retired federal judge”, in 2009 (a federal felony).

    All of the fake “Judge DALE” articles that appear online on the subject of the “LAW” were written by Class and his “editors”. All of the fake “Judge DALE” articles that appear online on the subject of “DINARS” were written by the late John MacHaffie, who died on January 8th, 2015.

    Here is how it came to be that there were two fake “Judge DALES”. Between 2010 and 2012, the original people who actually created the “Judge DALE Hoax” (“editors”) organized and edited Class’ amateur belief system about “the law” into the two original “Judge DALE” forgeries: “The Matrix And The US Constitution” (April 10th, 2010) and “The Great American Adventure: Secrets Of America” (sometime before May 25th, 2012). These “editors” posted these two original “Judge DALE” forgeries on their own websites.

    Afterwards, these “editors” solicited other likeminded webmasters who would agree to post (or to post links to) these two original “Judge DALE” forgeries on their own websites with full knowledge that these forgeries were fake. These likeminded webmasters played an important role in the “Judge DALE Hoax”. Indeed, two of these webmasters were so enthusiastic about their role in the hoax that they themselves actually wrote and posted additional fake articles online in which they claimed to “know Judge DALE personally” and wherein they purported to quote dialogue that they exchanged with this fictional character (who does not actually exist).

    Arguably, the most important of the likeminded webmasters (who distributed the “Judge DALE” forgeries) was the late John MacHaffie of nesaranews.com. MacHaffie posted articles on his own website on a broad range of subjects. But, he was passionate about the subject of investing in “DINARS” (a gold-backed currency used in some middle-eastern countries) and related subjects like global currency re-set/revaluation and non-disclosure agreements (which MacHaffie claimed were necessary when investing in “DINARS”) . Many people regarded MacHaffie as a genuine authority on the subject of “DINARS” and he had followers reading his “DINAR” articles all over the globe. MacHaffie did not write about the subject of the law. And, Class did not write about the subject of “DINARS”. So, Class and MacHaffie were not competitors for the same readers. Thus, Class’s material and MacHaffie’s material were compatible and Class’ material seemed to be a good fit on MacHaffie’s website, nesaranews.com.

    At first, all went well with the “Judge DALE Hoax”. Readers of the “Judge DALE” forgeries on the websites of these like-minded webmasters actually believed that “Judge DALE” was a real person and that he really was a “retired federal judge”. Readers of the “Judge DALE” forgeries believed the false and utterly delusional claims reflected therein about “the law” and the legal system. And, nobody outside of the “editors” who originally created the “Judge DALE” forgeries and the likeminded webmasters (who distributed the forgeries) knew that the whole thing was one giant hoax intended to dupe and defraud the American people.

    By 2012, the “Judge DALE Hoax” had become an unqualified success. The fictional online character, “Judge DALE”, had become a genuine brand-name with real value among amateur legal theorists, largely as a result of the efforts of these likeminded webmasters, like MacHaffie (who distributed the “Judge DALE forgeries” to his own readers).

    But then, in late May or very early June, 2012, the “editors” who originally created the “Judge DALE Hoax” stole some proprietary information from MacHaffie about “DINARS”, posted it on the websites of all of MacHaffie’s competitors and fraudulently attributed that stolen information to “Judge DALE” (who MacHaffie knew did not actually exist and who MacHaffie had actually helped make into a bona fide internet sensation).

    Needless to say, MacHaffie was livid. In retaliation, on June 4th and 5th, 2012, MacHaffie did two things. First, he posted a formal notice on his website, nesaranews.com, that read, “Judge DALE Is Removed From This Blog” and, without revealing that “Judge DALE” was a hoax, he explained his reasons for banning “Judge DALE” from his website (explained above). Second, and more importantly, MacHaffie actually stole the fake name, “Judge DALE”, for his own use in peddling his own online articles about “DINARS” and he posted his very first “DINAR” article online as the SECOND “Judge DALE”. MacHaffie’s theft and use of the fake name, “Judge DALE”, served several purposes for MacHaffie. First, it taught Class’ editors a lesson about stealing the proprietary intellectual property of others (he simply returned the favor by doing the same thing to them). MacHaffie knew that Class’ editors could not complain publically about what MacHaffie had done to them without revealing their own role in the “Judge DALE Hoax”. Second, MacHaffie’s theft and use of the fake name, “Judge DALE”, had the effect of confusing and confounding “Judge DALE’s” original followers and thereby weakened the value of the “Judge DALE” brand among amateur legal theorists. Third, MacHaffie’s theft and use of the fake name, “Judge DALE”, increased the number of readers of MacHaffie’s articles on the subject of “DINARS”. MacHaffie continued to use the stolen, fake name “Judge DALE” in connection with his own online articles on the subject of “DINARS” until his death on January 8th, 2015. MacHaffie never forgave Class’ editors for what they had done to him.

    This is why since June 4th, 2012, there have been two authors of the online forgeries that have been fraudulently attributed to “Judge DALE”, not one. This is also why there are no “Judge DALE” forgeries that were ever posted online that relate to the subject of “DINARS” until after June 4th, 2012. This is why all of the “Judge DALE” forgeries that appeared online before June 4th, 2012 related exclusively to the subject of the law. This is also why, since June 4th, 2012, the “Judge DALE” forgeries posted online address two entirely unrelated subjects (the subject of the LAW and the subject of “DINARS”). This also explains why “Judge DALE”, an alleged “retired federal judge” would, on June 4th, 2012, suddenly and inexplicably start writing articles about the subject of “DINARS”, a subject about which no “retired federal judge” would have any interest, knowledge or expertise anyway. This also explains why there is such a profound difference in the quality of the writing between the two types of “Judge DALE” forgeries that appear online. Those “Judge DALE forgeries” on the subject of the LAW that appear to have been written by a high school student (as edited by other high school students) were written by Class and his editors. Those “Judge DALE forgeries” on the subject of “DINARS” (global currency re-set/re-valuation and NDA’s) that appear to have been written by an intelligent, articulate, educated, literate person were written by the late “John MacHaffie. This is also why no new “Judge DALE” forgeries on the subject of “DINARS” have been posted online since MacHaffie’s death on January 8th, 2015. Finally, this is why new “Judge DALE” forgeries on the subject of the LAW continue to be posted online despite MacHaffie’s death (Class and his “editors” remain alive to post new “Judge DALE” forgeries online about the subject of the LAW).

    Either way, there is no real “retired federal judge” who wrote any of the “Judge DALE” forgeries that appear online. Either way, “Rodney DALE Class” was the original “Judge DALE” and was the namesake for the fictional online character, “Judge DALE” (which uses Class’ middle name, “DALE”, as an inside joke). Either way, “Judge DALE” is a hoax. Either way, all of the online articles that are fraudulently attributed to “Judge DALE” are also hoaxes.

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