I’m No Lawyer | Sovereign Citizens

On this episode, we delve into the constitutional fanfiction that is sovereign citizens.

Unfortunately, nonsense jargon, legal mad libs, and wacky hijinks are the ridiculous wrapping paper on a truly terrible gift: antisemitism, white supremacy, and domestic terrorism. Featuring bad star wars metaphors, a fire in Ginger’s ovaries, and John Cena, the man, the meme, the legend.

Self Care Plan

Let’s talk about critical thinking and ways we can improve this skill that so many seem to lack

1. Observe your surroundings. Taking mental notes of your surroundings helps strengthen your ability to notice information and cues quickly. This can come in handy in situations where you may need to use your critical thinking skills in a split second decision, like whether to argue with a judge over a $15 traffic ticket

2. Ask more questions. Asking questions means being intentional about the kind of information that you’re seeking out. Learn how to ask the right questions and gain information from multiple points of view. This way you can make the best decision to never become a sovereign citizen

3. Practice active listening. Being an active listener means not just listening to respond, but to understand the information others are giving you. This will help you gain more insight and information to broaden your perspective, rather than relying on self-published Amazon books by Trent Goodbaudy

4. Acknowledge your biases. It’s important to have the self-awareness to acknowledge the biases we have so we can ensure that they don’t have sway over our decisions. This self-awareness helps us be open-minded and not fall into yet another antisemitic conspiracy theory


Published by The Void Will See You Now

The Void Will See You Now is a podcast about self-care; if self-care is one long scream into the void.

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