Britain gets a new King. In the USofA, everyone is King.

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While millions of British subjects fawn over their new King, the 300 million kings within the 50 states of America went about their day. It’s hard to imagine that 200 years after the American revolution, that people in England, Wales, and other nation-states still want a King.

In light of the events, an excerpt from the book, The True History, comes to mind, specifically its opening that is a clear reminder that the states united set a new course in history by not having a king and making each Citizen owner and I guess King over their land.

Our forefathers designed this country to be a free country, with no king and no subjects. They had just left the oppressive government of England, and did not want to create the same thing all over again. This new country and its new government was to be a concept that was unfamiliar to the common people. It was based on the concept that every man was his own master and a king in his own house. (source)

It may also be worthwhile reading Michael Badnarik’s book, It’s good to be King, for $40 on his website. Below is the Amazon page showing 64 reviews with 4.5 overall rating.

Screen shot of book on Amazon site showing 60 reviews and 4.7 star-rating

It seems Michael passed away recently. There are many YouTube videos of Michael.

So, yes, it is good to be King. In fact, when someone tries to Mister me, I explain that my title, if the want to use one, is King, not Mister.

While the 14th Amendment citizens may not have an explicit King, the 14th Amendment citizens are ‘subjects’:

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Note in the above that ‘subjects’ have ‘privileges and immunities’ whereas state Citizens have inalienable rights. Be careful about bringing up the Constitution or the 14th Amendment since thou loses rights and only gains privileges which can be taken at any time.

Under the collective entity rule, if John Joseph Smith contracted to be a representative or agent of the corporate citizen JOHN JOSEPH SMITH, then he would not be able to exercise his inalienable rights, which are his personal rights. John Joseph Smith (American Citizen) is contracting to be the agent of JOHN JOSEPH SMITH (U.S. citizen), thereby waiving his inalienable rights.

After the birth of John Joseph Smith, a new artificial person was created (JOHN JOSEPH SMITH), by the 14th Amendment, under the collective entity rule, and was naturalized as a corporate citizen of the United States. This did not destroy the natural person, but simply created a second separate legal entity, a legal fiction, artificial person. This legal fiction was created as an agent (U.S. citizen) of the corporate U.S. government to engage in commerce and collect revenue for the governments, federal, state, and local. You contracted to represent this artificial perosn, thereby waiving your inalienable rights.

(source) [Editor’s note: I don’t think one permanently waives inalienable rights since the corporate persona is a corporate entity and one does work 24/7.]

Thou are a king, in terms of rights, and thou is not a ‘subject’ for the same reason.

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