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Joe Kelley

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AP (not a new idea)
« on: September 25, 2019, 03:01:05 pm »

I first read Assassination Politics more than a decade ago, as documented on my own Web page, and from my Web page the link I have there is still a working link:

I just stumbled on a YouTube presentation by Jim Bell, the author of Assassination Politics, as he eventually made his way out of prison.

According to Jim Bell the first time someone announced the idea coincided with the sudden tripling of Bitcoin price.

I follow this idea (not a new idea by the way) and so I saw the Forbes Article mentioned in the Jim Bell YouTube video above:

The date on that article is Nov 18, 2013, 08:30am.

The Jim Bell Project is here:

The idea is simple, it is based upon this:

"The king, so far from being invested with arbitrary power, was only considered as the first among the citizens; his authority depended more on his personal qualities than on his station; he was even so far on a level with the people, that a stated price was fixed for his head, and a legal fine was levied upon his murderer, which though proportionate to his station, and superior to that paid for the life of a subject, was a sensible mark of his subordination to the community." - 1 Hume, Appendix, l." (Trial by Jury, Lysander Spooner, 1852)

Anonymity for each individual is one thing, but group anonymity is altogether more difficult to maintain, along the lines of a chain being only as strong as the weakest link.

For those who care not to peruse the AP information, I will quote a sound bite:

"Last month I received an encrypted email from someone calling himself by the pseudonym Kuwabatake Sanjuro, who pointed me towards his recent creation: The website Assassination Market, a crowdfunding service that lets anyone anonymously contribute bitcoins towards a bounty on the head of any government official--a kind of Kickstarter for political assassinations. According to Assassination Market's rules, if someone on its hit list is killed--and yes, Sanjuro hopes that many targets will be--any hitman who can prove he or she was responsible receives the collected funds." Forbes

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Re: AP (not a new idea)
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2019, 02:27:05 pm »

The normal way to collect an AP bounty is to make the closest estimate to time of death before the fact.
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Re: AP (not a new idea)
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2019, 05:54:47 pm »

“The normal way to collect an AP bounty is to make the closest estimate to time of death before the fact.”

From Assassination Politics by Jim Bell:

“If, later, the "prediction" came true, the predictor would presumably send yet another encrypted "envelope" to the organization, containing the decryption key for the previous "prediction" envelope, plus a public key (despite its name, to be used only once!) to be used for encryption of digital cash used as payment for the award. The organization would apply the decryption key to the prediction envelope, discover that it works, then notice that the prediction included was fulfilled on the date stated. The predictor would be, therefore, entitled to the award. Nevertheless, even then nobody would actually know WHO he is!”

On the web page AP Part 9 is dated:  February 27, 1996

I was on the National District 40 House of Representatives Ballot in 1996 as a Libertarian. My talking points included statements concerning burning alive men, women, pregnant women, children, babies, after torture for weeks, experiments, all by the “government” in Waco.

The point I think that is worth noting here with this AP update, which includes an active Web Page today, is the point about assassinations already are funded, not an idea, not a future possibility, but a demonstrable fact that matters in each murder case.

THE COURT: Let me ask you, do all of you
agree with this verdict?

THE JURY: Yes (In unison).

THE COURT: In answer to the
question did Loyd Jowers participate in a
conspiracy to do harm to Dr. Martin Luther
King, your answer is yes.

Do you also find that others, including governmental agencies, were parties to this conspiracy as alleged by
the defendant? Your answer to that one is
also yes.

And the total amount of damages
you find for the plaintiffs entitled to is
one hundred dollars. Is that your verdict?

THE JURY: Yes (In unison).

Above are the Trial by Jury transcripts concerning an example of actual Assassination Politics. Whoever paid a penny, nickel, dime, or 100 pennies to U.S.A. Inc. (LLC) (National Government in America) previous to the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., for speaking the truth, is one of the documented investors in that (capital) murder.

This “cause” to put Jim Bell in prison (for proposing an encrypted - anonymous - assassins for hire market competitor) is much like “democrats” blaming “republicans” for rigging an election.

This is a basic deception, like a thief pointing and yelling “THIEF!” just before the thief perpetrates yet another theft while employing the same basic deception. Potential defenders of theft are sent on a wild goose chase so as to afford the actual thief the required anonymity.

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