Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The Danger of Attorneys & Morgellons Disease

I've worked with and for attorneys the past decade under the banner if you can't beat em, join em. I prospered considerably from working many long hours sacrificing a great portion of my life in bringing up my standard of living. Unfortunately, ever since giant law firms such as Brobeck began falling back in 2003 up to recently with Heller Erhmann and a few others, I've realized the reason this is happening is because the legal industry needs a serious overhaul.

I've since come to realize attorneys are much like a parasitic disease in our culture.
There are far too many of them feeding on their host of humanity while warping reality to their desired outcomes. Like the newly recognized pandemic Morgellons Disease (it actually makes one's skin crawl!), they take over the court system eating away at it like worms and parasites, gradually peeking their greedy little heads out of their host they're draining.

Many Attorneys Are Highly Paid Legal Word Processors

Having started out as a legal word processor, gradually my line of work was no longer needed being phased out. At one point, law firms charged their clients for legal document production services from their staff services at a low rate. Ultimately, attorneys took advantage of the clients not wanting to pay for such a fee by implementing the cost into their legal services. This allowed attorneys to become legal word processors and charge their client for their legal services in processing their documents themselves. Attorneys even began doing their own PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets. They violated the LAWS OF KARMA by doing the work the staff was hired to do, charging their clients for their time as such.

Not Music To My Ears

Much like an amateur musician has no idea how truly awful they are to the ears of a highly skilled professional, attorneys have no idea how bad they are at properly formatting, styling and word processing their documents. I noted as my skills were no longer in demand, how the legal secretaries began hoarding any work they could. In one example, I was hired at night and paid a lot of money only for a legal secretary to remain during my shift typing documents she should have dropped off to me. The politics at these law firms was becoming beyond toxic. Legal secretaries began to become major ass kissers and law firms began mirroring cult like families who protected their own who covered for them.

In attorneys violating the LAWS OF KARMA by doing my work, I have since gotten a legal education to learn the nature of their work. In doing so, I learned much of what attorneys do is a scam designed to protect the interests of their secret society they use the court system to profit by. Attorneys don't like it one bit that I, as a mere former legal word processor, have studied law and have paralegal certificate credentials. They much prefer their support staff remain dumb and pampered rather than educated because attorneys have large egos. Attorneys delude themselves by often underestimating their support staff's intelligence much like corporate media based journalists underestimate the alternative media's impact.

Attorneys Often File Cases Knowing Their Clients Have No Chance of Winning

I can provide numerous examples of attorneys creating cases out of thin air that have no validity, such as the recent Yelp libel case. Yelp and a poster were both sued for a critical post about a dentist. The case had no validity whatsoever anyone in the legal industry could instantly determine, because in order to file a libel case you have to prove damages. You have to prove that you lost significant amounts of money from the libel. Clearly the dentist had not lost any significant business from the post as it is what other businesses have to deal with as there are always detractors. Plus, there's a little rule known as the First Amendment the court system gravitates towards. Another law protects internet service providers from responsibility of the content. Any good attorney would advise against such a lawsuit.

The other thing I've noted attorneys do is warp reality in their briefs. They think nothing of bringing forth perjurous testimony of their clients to damage the opposition knowing there is little recourse or means to prove perjury. When the outcome is determined in a legal arena, it becomes reality. However, the reality is sometimes based on fabrications, distortions and untruth because the god like powers of the attorneys make it so.

Much like a captain on a Star Trek episode, the attorney says "make it so" and so it is. They manipulate reality in their briefs for their desired outcome. They have become too powerful which is why we are witnessing the end of an era of large prosperous law firms as they're being gradually brought down like Goliaths.

To put it simply, attorneys have too much power. We need to flood the court system with pro pers who have paralegal educations, can cite cases, do legal research. The nerve of attorneys to become legal word processors, do my job, charging the client as if it's their legal work! The fricken nerve!

Attorneys - a Pandemic of Creepy Crawly Parasites

I just learned singer Joni Mitchell has Morgellons Disease. It's so sad, like something out of a horror movie. The bugs and worms are living beneath one's skin and eventually peek out in lesions. Scary stuff! The doctors didn't believe it was real for a while accusing people of being delusional. Now they are saying the disease is pandemic in the United States. Entire families have it.

"It sounds like something from a bad sci-fi movie. People report the sensation of creatures crawling under their skin, mysterious moving fibers appear, and finally bugs and worms pop out. Unfortunately, these terrifying symptoms are all too true. The people having them are experiencing Morgellons, the latest and scariest in the series of bizarre diseases appearing in the last few years, seemingly from nowhere. Morgellons is now reaching epidemic proportions in the U.S. and abroad."

Morgellons = attorneys at greedy law firms.