Ben wrote:If the political situation in the united states is so bad then may I suggest you do something about it.
As a matter of fact, Ben, I have
done something about it. I've taken myself out of its jurisdiction. I am not a "citizen of the U.S." as that phrase is contemplated under the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The "U.S." in that context is an incorporated entity (the U.S. government was incorporated in 1871 in part in order to remove it from constitutional limitations), and therefore a fiction at law. It can only deal with other entities that also identify themselves as legal fictions. I am an "American national" and a Citizen of the united States of America as it was organically contemplated by the 1776 Declaration of Independence, the 1781 Articles of Confederation, and the 1787 Constitution for the united States of America as amended and ratified on December 15th, 1791, and have declared that
so within a recorded affidavit. There is not an official within any of the branches of government that will dare to rebut that affidavit because they would have to perjure themselves to do so!
And they know
I've been studying the law for the past thirty plus years, but most assiduously during the past five years. I have studied the common law and statutory law and the differences between the two. I doubt there are more than a few on this forum who can say the same with regard to their own nationalities and the law within those jurisdictions.
Ben wrote:After all, it is a representative and responsible democracy not a totalitarian state.
As it is currently being propagandized to the rest of this nation, you are correct. Yet a growing number of people are beginning to see through the propaganda. In actuality, it has been a totalitarian state since the 1860s, due mostly to people's ignorance. Anyone who hasn't read the history of the Reconstruction years after the War Between the States is sadly lacking in first-hand facts to rely upon that back up my statement. Gradually over the years, beginning in 1913 with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, and then twenty years later under the FDR administration, American society has been gradually socialized into the monstrosity of Big Government/Big Brother socialism that it is today.
It (the current iteration of the federal government of the U.S.) does not represent me within its fictional realm. Do you understand the legal implications behind the word "represent." It means to re- present, as in "to present
once again." Those who go before a modern administrative court and are represented by an attorney have agreed to be viewed as "non compos mentis
" in the eyes of the court, and therefore wards of the court. They have declared themselves incompetent at law — an awful mistake if one wishes to get the truth on the record and hold public official accountable
! These administrative courts are not
judicial courts, and are therefore inferior courts in the eyes of the law. They adjudicate matters between fictional entities ONLY. If one agrees to be identified as a legal fiction in America today, one pays the price by waiver of inherent inalienable rights. Most people, when the go to court, don't realize that they are likely involved in contract law. They think
they are in the judicial court, when in reality they are in either an equity court or admiralty.
However, do not rely upon your attorney to tell you these facts. It is a conflict of interest for him or her. Find out for yourself through diligent first-hand study and research!
I don't expect naysayers to agree with me. They're too busy to be bothered by actually look into the facts, and are more than willing to buy into the propaganda. After all, it's that propaganda that supports their lifestyle.
"The gift of truth exceeds all other gifts" — Dhammapada, v. 354 Craving XXIV