Request for the (social) security number is a trap because requests ‘full name’ of the persona/LLC

The request below from State Department is a trap in that the man is asked to say he never received a (social) security number, but then asks the man to print his full name. Only persons/LLC/franchise have a ‘full name’. Whereas a man has a given name and family name, and never the two shall meet.

This declaration is based on the first option in 26 USC 1746 (and shown below screenshot). However, the declaration does not have or need a name in it. A man need only autograph the declaration and maybe add his given name and family name below his autograph. He could autograph (not sign) with “By: John: Smith”. Not the colon between the given name and family name.

Also, the word “Signature” is not needed. Just autograph it. Writing ‘Signature’ is another trap because lifeless personas only have a sign or stamp. Whereas living men and women can auto-graph.

Screenshot of request for (social) security

Here’s the 26 USC 1746 declaration.

If executed without the United States: “I declare (or certify, verify, or state) under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on (date).

Note, the above does not have the space to put in a “full name“. The persona/LLC/franchise has a full name and also has a first (part) name and a last (part) name. See Burger King.

Lastly, the screenshot above has the word submit. Men don’t submit. Men don’t kneel. The word submit is far too common in our language. Just like the word deposit, because the root is depose.

The goal is to get a port-pass issued to the man, the native of one of the 50 united states.

It’s worth reviewing 26 USC 1746 because it explicitly reveals that United States is different from United States of America. There is one option for people within United States, which is federal land. The other option, the first one, is for people without United States but under the laws of the United States of America. I discuss this here and here

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