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Citizen of New York described as Nonresident Alien

In a famous tax case (Brushaber), a man from New York describes himself as a citizen of New York. After ...
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The book, U.S. of A. v U.S.: The Loss of Legal Memory of the American State

The manager of NativeBornCitizen.com highly recommends this book: U.S. of A. v U.S. The Loss of Legal Memory of the ...
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Five interviews with NativeBornCitizen manager, from the show Shell Games

I recommend five interviews (linked below) with the manager of NativeBornCitizen.com and who tweets at ‘I am a true Sovereign People‘ ...
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Traveling, not driving, for state Citizens

Good summary about traveling versus driving and a car versus a motor vehicle, from FamGuardian: “A state Citizen has the right ...
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Their rules don’t apply

There are two types of citizens. The first are state Citizens or American Nationals, who were born in one of the states united. The second, with a lower status, are U.S. citizens, who are citizens because of the 14th Amendment. Many laws thou despises only apply to U.S. citizens, not American Nationals. Learn how to not answer to or to rebut the U.S. citizen status, and instead remain a state Citizen. Then the curfew, mandatory schooling, and other statutes will not apply to thou.

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Stay at the top

Starts with john of the smith family and ends with JOHN SMITH TRUST. Stay at top of hierarchy. Don't answer to the trust.

Two Passport options!!

The official U.S. Passport application says they are issued to U.S. Citizens and Non-citizen Nationals. As far as I’ve read, I want to apply as a non-citizen national. I don’t want to claim I’m a U.S. Citizen, since U.S. is not the United States of America (as written on the Constitution). See the site, aFreeCountry.com, for details.

Screenshot of U.S. Passport Application: "ARE ISSUED ONLY TO U.S. CITIZENS OR NON-CITIZEN NATIONALS...."

We are fooled by Words

How to fool people into giving up their natural rights. Ship of War. Re-legion. Ship citizen. Re-side.

Thou is not a mister!

Mister is a title in the Navy. Only in the Navy is it required and respectful to call someone “Mister Henderson” for example. If thou answers to the mister, an opposing party may presume thou is in the Navy and subject to the Navy’s jurisdiction. Don’t get mistered.

Beware the Birth Certificate

When I started a corporation to sell a product, I received a certificate from the state. Then I received a nine-digit ID number from possibly the IRS. I couldn’t help but notice how I am also asked to identify myself with a ‘birth certificate‘ and a nine-digit social security number.

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Where I stand now is that the birth certificate is a bond (or a trust) issued by a trust requested by my mom when I was born (not birthed). The state or federal government created a trust with a name similar to my natural name. They invited my mom into the delivery room (delivery means to pass on title), pretended my mom was unwed (asked for her maiden name), and all my assets were placed into the trust. Those assets may be my share of the natural resources of the state on which I was born (not sure).

The nine-digit ‘social security‘ number is, of course, a corporate, nine-digit CUSIP identifier for a financial security, which is likely the birth certificate bond issued from the all caps name trust. The trust borrowed money (issued a bond) against my future earnings. Supposedly all court cases are a means to access the trust.

The point being: beware the birth certificate. Many people in these circles want to get the live birth or long form document that documented a baby being born.