Transcript with time-stamps for Richard MacDonald’s State Citizen presentation at The Granada Forum, 2005

Transcript 

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Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Granada Forum on June 17th, a Friday night. We are very pleased to welcome Mr. Richard MacDonald, a man who’s a maverick in his field for over 30 years in the law. He’s a law researcher, educator and state citizenship. So let’s give him a warm round of applause from Mr. Richard MacDonald. 

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For for those people who don’t know me, my name is Richard MacDonald and I live up in Box Canyon. 

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And I’m a legal researcher and educator. 

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Ah, I started doing this in 81. 

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So I’ve been around for a little while. 

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And all I do is teach you the law. You make your own decision. You abide by your own decisions. I only show you what the law is. The laws are very important. 

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Because everybody has to obey the law, I obey the law strictly. 

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How many people here went to high school? Raise your hand. 

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How many people studied history? 

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I’ll give you a history lesson 101. George Washington was not a U.S. citizen. He’s a citizen of Virginia. 

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Benjamin Franklin was not a U.S. citizen. He was a citizen of Pennsylvania. That’s who we the people, were that founded this nation. They were state citizens. They were not U.S. citizens. U.S. citizens did not exist in 1787. 

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So if they did not exist in 1787. 

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They do not have any portion of sovereignty, not they’re not part of we the people. 

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They can maintain no portions of sovereignty they do not have a allodial rights to property or to. 

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Land legal distinction being made. 

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Why is that important? 

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A U.S. citizen, according to the courts and the law, are merely citizens of the federal government and legal entities. 

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In being legal entities, they have the same status as Taco Bell, General Motors, or any other corporation. They can be regulated, controlled and taxed. 

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Because they are legal entities. 

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A lot of people complain about being U.S. citizens, but they don’t want to do anything about it. They want to keep their benefits coming. 

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It’s important that you understand who you are and what you are. 

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In law, I’m not a person. 

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What I am in law? 

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I’m a citizen. 

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And that’s excluded in all laws. 

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Let’s give you a little definition of word. Personally, before we go into summer. 

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Our thing here, let’s take the vehicle called California Vehicle Code. 

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Person means a natural person, a corporation trust. 

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Limited liability company or any other legal entity so that person’s a legal entity. If you are a legal entity then you do not. 

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Have access to. 

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To the Bill of Rights, because, of course, the rule. 

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The 14th Amendment did not incorporate any of. 

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The Bill of Rights. 

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So what did they have? They gave them title 42 in lieu of access to it. 

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It’s very important that you understand. 

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I’m going to be going through some court cases here to give you. 

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An idea? 

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Of what? 

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The courts say don’t believe me, believe what the courts say. The courts will always tell you the truth, but you have to know and understand what. 

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The courts. 

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Say and please hold all your questions till the end of the. 

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Then we’ll write your question down. At the end, we’ll take your questions. So we don’t get interrupted here, OK. 

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Write this down. Jones versus Temer TEMMER. 

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829 Feds up 1226. 

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Repeating 829 fed Sup 1226 this is a 1993 court case and listen what the court said quote. 

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The Privileges and Immunities Clause of the 14th Amendment protects very few rights. 

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Because it neither incorporates any of the Bill of Rights nor protects all rights of individual citizens. 

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This provision protects only those rights peculiar to being a citizen of the federal government. 

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It does not protect those rights which relate to state citizenship. 

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So you called in 1993 Federal Court district courts calling you a citizen of the federal government. 

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So what is the federal government? 

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Let’s find out what the federal government is. 

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Is the federal government a nation state or country? 

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No. What is it? the United States government is a foreign corporation. So you’re a citizen of a friend of a foreign corporation, IE a legal entity. 

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The franchisee. 

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And you’ve heard of the franchise tax board? 

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That’s all we’re doing is taxing your franchise here as a U.S. citizen. 

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They always say the truth, but you must know what the truth is. 

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It’s very important that you know what the truth is. You can base your decisions on what the law reads. 

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Since the federal government is not. 

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A nation, state or corporation. 

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In your Marriott. 

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A resident resident means alien. 

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Let’s go to California government code section 242. 

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Persons in the state, not its citizens, are either citizens of other states or aliens. So if you’re citizen of the federal government, what are you? 

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You’re alien. According to California law. 

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Resident means alien. I’ll prove that to you real simple. When America sends an ambassador to France. 

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There he becomes a resident of France. He’s alien to France. 

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When the federal government allows one of its franchisees to come to California, they’re a resident of the state. 

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I’m not a resident. 

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Resident has 758 different meanings. 

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I may be a resident of the city. I may be a resident of the county, but not a resident of the state. Define what you mean. The most important thing I can tell you is anytime you’re dealing with any government agency, always ask him to define what they mean. I do not understand. 

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Please define what you mean. 

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Define what you mean. 

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Has multiple meanings. the United States has three separate meanings. 

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Which one are you talking about? 

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It’s important. 

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This is a 1979 court case out of San Diego federal court, US versus Alderson. That’s OTHERSON. 

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480 feds up. 

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At 1373, I mean 1370 at 1373. 

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Quote listen what the court said. 

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Very interesting. Upon introducing the provisions which eventually became. 

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USC section 242. It’s sponsored. Senator Stewart explicitly stated that the bill protected all persons. 

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He noted that the bill simply extends to foreigners, not citizens. The protection of our laws. 

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So if federal law can’t protect me, I’m not subject to it. The laws of Tokyo, Japan can’t protect me because I’m not subject to it. 

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If you’re subject to the law, it can protect you. 

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I do not have any civil rights whatsoever. 

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Have God-given rights? 

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U.S. citizens do not have God-given rights. 

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They have statutorily granted privileges. 

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Which can be regulated and control and tax, and we’re going to. 

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Get into that. 

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Next court case Wadley versus Newhall. WADLEIGH versus Newhall? 

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136 fed 941. 

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Repeating 136 fed. 

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941 quote rights under Title 42, United States Code Section 1983 are for citizens of the United States and not of the state. 

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So I have no civil rights. I’m not protected by any civil rights. I have state rights. 

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Why is it important to be one of the people? 

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It’s very simple. We the people founded this nation, we the people, have a sovereignty. 

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Here’s a court case and same year I was born in 1829. 

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That’s the same the same number as my. 

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License plate by. 

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The way. 

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Lansing versus Smith. 

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21 day Centennial there’s four window nine. I’ll give you 4. Window 9 WENDALL 9 out of New York State. 

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Listen what the court said. 

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Quote people of a state with small as are entitled to all the rights which formerly belong to the king by his own prerogative. Whenever they talk about sovereignty, they talk about people. 

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They never say persons are sovereign. 

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People. So I’m one of the people. 

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How many people are human beings here? 

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Raise your hand. 

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Human beings. A monster. 

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Second class citizen. 

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So I’m not a monster. The only way you can describe me. 

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Is 4 different ways. 

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You either a man or a woman, a citizen, one of we, the people or a human. 

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If you describe yourself. 

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Any other way? 

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You are now stepping into. 

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None of their laws refer to those four. 

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Repeat again. 

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Man or woman? 

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Or one of we the people. 

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Those are all come right out. 

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Of the Bible. 

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And the government does use the Bible. 

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The man or woman and citizen from the Bible and the Bible talks about humans and don’t talk about human beings. 

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How many people here know what the legal definition of human being is? 

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If you go into Valentine’s 1948 law dictionary, it states specifically that human beings among. 

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Later then, if you go over to Monster and says a monster hath no inheritable blood. 

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Albeit be brought forth in marriage. 

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But if that human shape, it may be air and quote from Valentine’s, where did it come from? How many people here have heard or? Excuse me, heard of the Holy Crusade? 

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During the time of the Holy Crusade, the Knights and Princess and Kings were going across Europe on their Holy Crusade and along the way they stopped and fathered a few children. 

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Well, to keep the children from inheriting the land and the sovereignty and taking the Thrones when they grew up, they called them human beings being like a human. 

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So when you say you’re a human being. 

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You’re telling the world I’m not capable of being. 

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A sovereign and maintain any portions of sovereignty. 

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Remember we talked earlier about civil rights. 

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Let’s find out what civil right is. Write this court case down nickel versus Rosenfield. That’s NICKELL versus Rosenfeld. 

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82 Cal app 369. 

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Repeating 82 Cal app 369. 

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A civil right is a right given and protected by law, and a person’s enjoyment thereof is regulated entirely by the law that creates it. 

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I have God-given rights. I’ve gone into court and I’ve had several of my people go into court. Say, your Honor, I have. God-given rights. Can you regulate my God-given rights and they won’t even go there. 

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You have to know how to stop them. 

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I don’t have any civil rights. Have God-given rights? Are you saying I don’t have any God-given rights and I’m an alien and a slave? 

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I’m a second class citizen. 

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Then you gonna go there. 

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Write this down. I have a website. It’s WWW. 

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Dot State STATE, dash. 

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Dot org we got a lot of information up there. You can download your hearts content. 

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In addition, I do an Internet radio show four nights a week and the link is right there on the website. 

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And you can listen. 

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To me, rant and rave on the Internet. 

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Four nights a week. 

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I tell people the truth and I read court cases and I explain how to utilize them. 

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The web address again is www.state-citizen.or. 

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G www.republicradio.com but the link is right there on the website. 

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I was audited by your friends. 

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In 1981. 

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And they treated me like dirt. 

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How was a Detective Sergeant for a local PD? 

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I walked in there, I had three guns on me, 4 pairs of handcuffs and 100 rounds of ammunition. I was working fugitive detail that month. I was got I was, I was out chasing murderers, you know, mean murder suspects. 

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And so I walked in there and they treated me. 

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Like dirt. 

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I mean, I’ve never been treated so bad in my life. 

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So here I’m I’m a law enforcement officer. And here I never treat people as bad as I. 

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Got was treated so. 

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I started to decide to find out. 

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How they could treat me so bad? So I quit. The Police Department, went to work for Lockheed and took the graveyard shift so I could work. 

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At night and go to law library in the daytime, I’m going to find out the truth of the matter, you know. 

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And I researched from 1981 through 1985 and I xeroxed every court case that pertained to revenue. I’m trying to figure out why they could treat me and I couldn’t find out anything. 

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In 1985, I found this court case write this one down. 

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Kate to Cheryl versus Jordan. Kate period to Cheryl TASHIRO versus Jordan. 

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25256 Pacific 545. 

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Repeating 256 Pacific 545, which is the California Supreme Court case. 

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This is what the California Supreme Court case said 1927. 

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Citizenship of the United States does not entitle citizen to privileges and immunities of citizen of the state. 

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With small S, since privileges and immunities of one are not the same as. 

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The other. 

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So I am. I’m a good U.S. citizen, you know. I mean, what’s that state citizen in that chair over there got that’s different from me. So I started researching state citizenship. Citizen, you know, I mean. 

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Because I I’m researching, I can go back and find out exactly where it came from. 

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Then, a couple weeks later, I found. 

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This court case. 

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Write this one down, crossy versus board CRO SSE versus Board 221 Atlantic 2nd 431. 

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Repeating 221 Atlantic 2nd 431 this is a 1966 court case. 

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Quote both before and after the 14th Amendment to the federal Constitution. It had not been necessary for a person to be a citizen of the United States in order to be a citizen of his state with a small S. 

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So if it hadn’t been necessary, why was I? So I started researching doing all the contractual Nexus to put me in there. I found out drivers license, vehicle registration, bank accounts, so Social Security. But the most insidious one I found out was a marriage license. 

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Read what happens when you get a marriage license. 

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Write this one down Roberts versus Roberts. 

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81 Caleb 2nd 871. 

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Repeating 81, Caleb 2nd 871. 

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The state is a party to every marriage contract of its own residence, as well as the gardening of their morals. 

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Didn’t say citizens, the residents, the aliens. 

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They always tell you the truth. 

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They can guard your morals. That’s why they can do whatever they want with you. 

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Residents, they can’t touch a citizen. 

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How many people know how many constitutions there are in California? 

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Yes. No, there’s one. 

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There’s we the people in California created 1879 constitution. 

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The legislature created the 1879 Constitution as a legislative grant to the people. 

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And they repealed in 1974. If you read it, it’s the Constitution was repealed in 1974. It says, right in the Constitution. 

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But why are they publishing it? 

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Hey, you U.S. citizen. I got this Golden Gate Bridge here. 

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You want to buy it? 

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There’s two constitutions, California, one for state citizen, one for U.S. citizens. 1849 is still valid. 

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There’s 2 constitution. 

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We, the people of California, created 1879. I mean 18491879 was created by the legislature as the legislative constitution granting U.S. citizens access to certain portions. That’s why the legislation can modify it anytime they want. 

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They always do everything legally correct. 

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But you must know and understand what they’re doing and why they’re doing it. 

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There’s always an ultimate reason for everything the government does. 

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Why is that important? 

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Because the government will never violate the law. 

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They may ignore you, but they will never violate it. 

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You they you have to know how to box them in so they cannot. 

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Roll over you. 

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And you do that by asking questions. 

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I don’t understand. 

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I don’t understand what you’re saying. 

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You said you you claim I’m a a a resident of the state. Well, your honor. 

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According to my research in the term, resin has 758. 

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Different meanings and resin basically means alien. 

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As it relates to the state, are you saying I’m an alien and a second class citizen in this state? Is that what you’re telling me? Your Honor, I don’t understand. 

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Please correct me if I’m wrong. 

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Yes, don’t be afraid to ask a question. 

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It’s the most important thing in the world to be able to ask a question, but know the answer first. 

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Don’t ask a question you don’t know the answer to. 

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Remember we talked earlier how many people remember the old mom and pop grocery stores sitting around, but they never had business licenses and the old gas pump outside where you pump the gas up to the thing there and come down to your car. 

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I remember that. 

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It’s in there. Pump the lever, you know, gas pump the up to the gas and when it got 5 gallons then it flowed down down hill into your car. 

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They never had licenses. 

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They didn’t get business license until 1960s, when they got their Social Security number. 

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And if you go to Ventura County and get a copy of Ventura County’s business license, it says right on the bottom very fine print. 

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You got to get a magnifying glass to read it. It says all business licenses are voluntary. 

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Yeah, it’s right on there. 

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And why did they force it again? 

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Because you’re U.S. citizen. 

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We’re going to talk about that right now. Next, I’m going to read to you is from ruling case law. It’s a set of law books, section 13126, ruling Case Law, Section 131. You can get this with the law library. 

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A state may impose an excise upon the franchise of corporation engaging in a business which every private citizen has a right to engaging freely. So you will already establish your franchise, so state can oppose it, OK. 

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A right comment to every citizen, such as the right to own property or to engage in a business of a character not requiring regulation, cannot, however, be taxed as a special franchise by first prohibiting its exercise and then permitting its enjoyment upon the payment of a certain sum of money. 

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So you have to have a constitutional issue. You have the right to work comes on Article one, section one of the California Constitution. 

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How many people been to? 

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Trying to think of names right over to Colorado River. There they got one on both sides of the river. 

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I’m trying to think of. 

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What’s one of those right by the river there? 

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Speak up. 

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No, it’s a. It’s a city. 

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The city is on both sides. 

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Now it could be Lake Havasu, but I’m not sure what it is, but I gotta put document at home. It just come up to my head. 

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Can’t remember, but they have a city ordinance like just like all city ordinances. 

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Every business must be registered and pay a license fee. 

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As subsection a. 

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Subsection B. 

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Except those. 

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Under under the Constitution. 

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So if you claim your operating under the Constitution, then you don’t. 

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You’re outside the business license law. They convicted thousands of people on this law on the section A, but nobody ever goes to section B. 

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And says I’m doing it as a right. 

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Under the constitution. 

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You always have to use the Constitution because the constitution secures your rights. It doesn’t grant you anything. 

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Your rights predated the Constitution. 

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But you have. 

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To know how many people here are registered to vote. 

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You know you when you register to vote, you put an automatic lien. 

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On all your property. 

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It’s right in the election code. 

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California Election Code, section 5300. 

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It’s right there, right in the law. 

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Law never changes. They always say the truth. Who knows people. 

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California Elections Code Section 5300 was where the lien is and. 

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700 is that, says the voters. Registration is permanent, 701 says if you want to cancel it. 

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Just send them a letter. 

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Then if you want go to the back of the book down to the 5300. 

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You know what? 

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I’ll put it in the back of the book. Nobody’s gonna. There’s no pictures back there, so not going to look. 

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Is they’re not going to look. 

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Would you do me a favor and give me those two constitutions? You. 

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Had here I’m gonna. 

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Read out of the constitution. Read to read out my Xerox copy so people will believe me better. 

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California constitution. 

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Article 3. 

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Article 3. 

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Section 2. Listen to this the boundaries of the state are those stated in the Constitution of 1849 as modified pursuant to statute. 

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Sacramento is the capital. 

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Of California. 

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So where the boundaries the Constitution doesn’t create anything. The Constitution creates a country, a nation, and it has boundaries along the river this way. That way the longitude, latitude, using meets and bound directions, you know, mean. 

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1879 does has none. 

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Let’s go up here to. 

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The front of it. 

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California Constitution of 1879. 

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Which is only for U.S. citizens. It’s a legislative grant. Now look at the Constitution for we the people of California. 

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Big difference. 

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Then it goes the boundaries. 

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See if our boundaries are. 

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I don’t know where the boundaries are, but they’re listed in here. 

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Now listen what we the people restricted from. 

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Page 68. 

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This is a different version what I got. 

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The boundary of the state of California shall be as follows, commencing at the point of intersection of a 42nd degree of north latitude, etcetera. That’s the way a nation is founded. 

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So why in 1879, Constitution do they refer to 1849? 

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Why didn’t they just repeal this and reenact it over here? 

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Can anybody answer that question? 

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Let me ask you a question. As a citizen of Japan, can a Japanese citizen go to Mexico, vote and change their constitution? 

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Can the citizens of the federal government come to California vote and change we the people Constitution? So what do they do? They create a second constitution. 

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Just that simple. 

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Legislative enacted. 

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They never lie to you. 

00:30:53 

They always tell you the truth, but you. 

00:30:55 

Have to know. 

00:31:01 

How many people heard people talk about the judge saying I don’t want to hear that constitution crap in my court. 

00:31:11 

Well, listen, why the judge can say that. 

00:31:15 

This is a in Ray Johnson’s estate. 

00:31:19 

73 Pacific. 

00:31:21 

00:31:24 

Repeating 73 Pacific 424 quote. 

00:31:30 

And Alien has no right to raise it. Whether the question of whether a statute is violated of the Constitution. 

00:31:38 

This is I don’t want to hear that constitution crap in my court. 

00:31:42 

Because you’re an alien. He looks at you as through his eyes as an alien. 

00:31:52 

How do you get around it? Very easily when in state court, use the state constitution when in federal court used the federal constitution. 

00:32:05 

So when you’re in state court, use the state Constitution and refer to 1849 and they’re going to say, well, you can’t use 1840. 

00:32:13 

Nine. Well, the 1849 Constitution was written as a restriction and limitation upon the government. 

00:32:22 

The 1879 is the legislative grant of powers. 

00:32:26 

Privileges to the people. 

00:32:28 

Which you’re going to utilize. 

00:32:32 

Very simple. 

00:32:34 

Do you want to demand your rights? 

00:32:35 

Or you want to get it as a privilege. 

00:32:44 

00:32:47 

After I started bringing in this section forward. 

00:32:51 

In the 1990s, I think it was 93 date. 

00:32:56 

They pulled it out of the penal. 

00:32:58 

Code. This is the former Penal Code, section 228. 

00:33:06 

Any citizen of this state who shall fight a duel cannot vote to hold public office. I’m paraphrasing him 232. 

00:33:14 

Any person who fights a duel cannot vote her whole public office. Why do they have two sections in the 1972 Penal Code, one for Citizen and one for person? 

00:33:29 

Because they’re two different animals. 

00:33:32 

A citizen is not a person. 

00:33:35 

Penal Code says so. 

00:33:39 

They removed this and they combined it under assault with a deadly weapon. What happened in 1960s? 

00:33:47 

Two guys gotten the duel faced off and they got caught. They’re doing dueling. 

00:33:54 

Well, then they tried to charge him under 228. 

00:33:58 

As a Penal Code. 

00:33:59 

Well, they had a smart attorney and says hey. 

00:34:03 

They’re persons are not citizens, they’re U.S. citizens. They’re persons. They’re not citizens. They can’t be charged there. 

00:34:09 

So the legislature and their wise endeavor. 

00:34:12 

Made a section just for U.S. citizens. 

00:34:15 

Saying the same thing as one for state citizens. 

00:34:19 

Just that simple. 

00:34:22 

Of course, when I started broadcasting it because I read the code, you know, and I read the laws and I started talking about it. 

00:34:29 

They repeal it. 

00:34:34 

Put it. 

00:34:35 

Under 245 assault with the debut weapon for everybody. 

00:34:39 

This says any person, but I’m not a person, so it doesn’t apply to. 

00:34:42 

Me anyway. 

00:34:49 

How many people know what the definition of allodial is? 

00:34:55 

Allodial free not holding of any Lord or superior, only without obligation or vassalage or fealty. The opposite of futile. 

00:35:08 

My tie is allodial. Alodium is land. 

00:35:15 

Land hell absolutely in one’s right and not of any. 

00:35:19 

Lord is superior. 

00:35:21 

Land not subject to feudal duties or burdens. 

00:35:25 

It’s loading OK. 

00:35:27 

I have numerous court cases home saying all the land in the 13 colonies was given to the people in Laudium. OK. 

00:35:36 

Now here’s California’s admission into the union. 

00:35:40 

In 1850. 

00:35:42 

This is what the legislative Congress said, quote, be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the state of California shall be one, and is hereby declared to be one of the United States of America and admitted to the Union on equal footing with the original states in all respects. 

00:36:04 

Whatsoever, all the land in California is given to the people in Lothian. 

00:36:11 

In fact there I can try to stand up here with a straight face and say they’re not taxing one square inch of land in any state union today. 

00:36:21 

They’re not taxing land. 

00:36:25 

Valentine’s 1948 dictionary. 

00:36:30 

Free not Holden and England. All lands are held by the Crown and none are allodial in the United States, all lands have been allodial since American Revolution. 

00:36:40 

So they’re not taxing land. 

00:36:43 

What are they taxing? 

00:36:50 

Subdivision lot assessor parcel lot number. 

00:36:53 

Tax lot number, etc. A fiction can always tax a fiction. 

00:37:00 

That’s the principle of law. 

00:37:04 

California in 1895 started the first subdivision plot map. 

00:37:10 

They redesign all make subdivisions they did in 1895. 

00:37:15 

In 1905, ten years later, they decided to tax those subdivision plots. They’re not taxing anything with meets and bounds. 

00:37:23 

They’re taxing the assessor parcel, lot number, tax lot number, subdivision lot number. 

00:37:31 

I ran across this one by mistake. Most of the good stuff I find out I find out by mistake. 

00:37:40 

I was doing some research on some of the subject and I found this California court case out of Sacramento about Malibu. 

00:37:50 

Guy in Malibu had lot a. 

00:37:55 

Plot a here it was. 

00:37:55 

Right at the Edge here, looking over looked up. 

00:37:59 

The ocean. He just let it sit there. He brought back in the 40s. He just let it sit there. 

00:38:05 

In the 60s, some guy come along. 

00:38:10 

And being a contractor, he bought this lot C over here, facing the other way. 

00:38:17 

So he went and approached the contractor who handle all who created lots, he says. I want you to change lot A to the over here and change lot seat over here. 

00:38:30 

So he did it. They. 

00:38:31 

Switched the description down at the county recorder. 

00:38:38 

Build beautiful $1,000,000 home there overlooking the ocean a couple years later. This guy is driving down his house, showing his family, his land that he owns right here. He’s going to build a house someday. There’s my what’s that house there on my land. 

00:38:56 

Sorry, zoom. 

00:38:58 

And when it got up to the Supreme Court of California, the Supreme Court says. 

00:39:03 

When you buy land, you have to buy it by metes and bounds. 

00:39:07 

If you buy it by subdivision lot, it’s. 

00:39:09 

A fiction and can be moved and transferred any place you. 

00:39:11 

Want I can take lot B and put it over here lot C put it over there. Move it any place I want because it’s a fiction can always be moved anyway. When this case you know. 

00:39:24 

But the fact. 

00:39:25 

That the court ruled in his behalf. But it says when you buy land, you have to buy buy metes and bounds. 

00:39:34 

I have a friend of mine up in. 

00:39:36 

And like I say, what county is? 

00:39:38 

Because they want to get him in trouble. 

00:39:42 

He’s got a nice lot. 

00:39:46 

About an acre and 1/2. 

00:39:48 

House lot. 

00:39:50 

And so he went out. 

00:39:52 

And had it his lot surveyed. 

00:39:56 

With metes and bounds. 

00:39:59 

Then he had him says, take one foot off the corner and. 

00:40:03 

And and leave that. Don’t survey this one foot one square foot on this corner here. 

00:40:09 

And he went down the county recorder and says I’m redescribing my lot. This is my lot assessor parcel. Lot number is subdivision. Lot is over here. That’s one foot by 1 foot. 

00:40:20 

And all the rest is held in Alodium. I mean, sometimes can’t be taxed. 

00:40:25 

He’s been fighting with the county for three years, never trying to restretch it back out, and they can’t do it. 

00:40:32 

But he knows what he’s doing. 

00:40:35 

You can have all kinds of fun. 

00:40:38 

If you’re not having fun, you’re not doing it. 

00:40:40 

Right. 

00:40:44 

What more can I say? 

00:40:52 

How many people can tell me how many states that there are in the Union? 

00:40:57 

How many states are there in the Union? 

00:41:03 

Anybody else? No anybody else? 

00:41:09 

00:41:11 

According to federal law. 

00:41:17 

And Title 31 code of Federal Regulations, 31 CFR chapter one, part 51. 

00:41:25 

That’s the the fictional state within a state where the federal government operates, there’s 51. 

00:41:32 

31 CFR Chapter One, part 51. 

00:41:38 

00:41:41 

That’s the fictional state within the state as the United States Supreme Court calls it. 

00:41:49 

Let’s read the definition of governor. Governor means the governor of any of the 50 state governments or the Mayor of District of Columbia. 

00:41:57 

That’s 51, OK. 

00:42:00 

Now if you go over to governor. 

00:42:03 

Governor means the governor of any of the 50 states with a small S. 

00:42:11 

So that’s 101. 

00:42:14 

Right after I started broadcasting right broadcasting this, I did the Buck Act video. 

00:42:20 

Which I think Dennis still has some of them available. 

00:42:25 

I sent to some attorney friends of mine in Washington, DC They were showing judges. 

00:42:31 

Right after that. 

00:42:32 

Your favorite president, Bill Clinton reap by executive order ordered these two sections be omitted from publication. 

00:42:44 

Not repeal, just submitted for publication, cause people couldn’t see the definitions by executive order. 

00:42:52 

If you go up there and look at it for up now. 

00:42:55 

You can find out that’s not theirs omitted per executive order. 

00:43:00 

But if you go back to the older one, uh 1991. 

00:43:06 

It’s right there. 

00:43:13 

31 CFR chapter one. 

00:43:16 

Part 51. 

00:43:19 

It’s omitted from publication. 

00:43:25 

Because you don’t want people when the attorneys in Washington, DC, start asking judges about this, what does this mean? 

00:43:34 

Your friend Bill Clinton, I’m the only one that’s ever got an executive order written against what I was doing. 

00:43:44 

OK, let’s take a break for a couple of minutes here. And so I can get a coffee warm up and we’ll be right. 

00:43:48 

Back and we’ll talk some more. 

00:43:51 

Give about 5 minutes or 10 minutes. Thank you. 

00:43:57 

There’s coffee and dessert over there. 

00:44:00 

Those people were interested. 

00:44:02 

I don’t eat dessert. I’m too sweet now. OK, we’re back from the break now. Everybody grab your seats and get some masking tape on there. The first thing I’m going to talk about is who’s your court system? If people want to talk, please. 

00:44:30 

We can talk about courts and why they do what they do because one reason. 

00:44:38 

Every court is a NISI Prius court. 

00:44:41 

That’s NISIPRIUS. 

00:44:46 

It’s an easy Prius court. 

00:44:50 

And you can box in a judge in any type of case you’re involved in. the US Citizen state system makes no difference. This is a general judicial notice that affects everybody. 

00:45:03 

OK, this is demand for judicial notice of Rule nisi within a NISI Prius court. 

00:45:11 

I’ll read this and I’ll explain how it operates. 

00:45:16 

Notice is hereby given on blank day of Blank 1996 at 1330 hours or soon thereafter as the matter can be heard in courtroom blank of the above entitled court. 

00:45:29 

We’ll move the court to take judicial notice of the following paragraph. This court is part of the new Superior Court system, codified in 1935. 

00:45:41 

The NISI Prius courts are, quote, are such as held for the trial of issues of fact before a jury and one presiding judge that comes from Black’s Law Dictionary, 4th Edition, page 1197. 

00:45:54 

This court, by being part of Nancy Priest court system, must follow Rule Niecy, which is a quote, a rule which will become imperative and final unless cause be shown against it. This rule commands the party to to show cause why he should not be compelled to do the act required or why the object of the rule should not be enforced. That comes from blacks law. 

00:46:13 

Dictionary page 1497. 

00:46:18 

Paragraph since this court can require compelled performance, which is only allowed in the court, which is enforcing some type of contract, it is home book law that all contracts are either in equity or Admiralty for enforcement purposes. 

00:46:33 

Contract law forbids unjust enrichments to either party. 

00:46:37 

Thus, based upon the foregoing, this court must take judicial notice that this court is merely enforcing some type of contract that would allow rule Nancy to apply. 

00:46:47 

Therefore, the Court should dismiss this matter. The prosecution does not produce the contract or prove, with admissible evidence, that the accused was involved in the activity being regulated with admissible evidence that invokes authority at the court. 

00:47:01 

Hearsay of presumptions will not be permitted, since this is a criminal trial where an accused justly demands due process secured to him by the state constitution. 

00:47:10 

We filed this notice in the on a traffic no drivers license case in Santa Barbara. 

00:47:17 

And the judge says, Yep, I’m accepting this. He says all the courts in the nation are nice. Prius courts are all contract courts. When you get a traffic summons. 

00:47:28 

That’s a nice Prius summons. It’s in order to show cause. 

00:47:34 

So you have to take the rocks out of your wheelbarrow and put it in. 

00:47:36 

The government wheelbarrow you make them prove you’re involved in the activity being regulated. 

00:47:42 

And the judge up in Superior Court there in Santa Barbara told the prosecutor, Mr. Prosecutor. You know what you have to prove if you don’t prove it, I’m dismissing this case. 

00:47:56 

What is the they have to prove in a traffic case? First year person, legal entity, second year involved in commercial activity? 

00:48:06 

Two, you’re an alien. 

00:48:08 

Three, your. 

00:48:12 

Not entitled to any rights or privileges. 

00:48:15 

Four, that’s your second class citizen. 

00:48:18 

Five that you don’t have the right to own. 

00:48:21 

Property six. I can go on and on. I can give you about. 

00:48:25 

20 different things. 

00:48:25 

They got to prove just on the traffic citation, just from this one pleading. 

00:48:33 

If you know how to operate with it. 

00:48:36 

Same way any type of court case you’re in, all federal courts are needy Prius courts also. 

00:48:41 

Make them prove every single element. 

00:48:45 

What’s the first thing they? 

00:48:46 

Got approved in federal court. 

00:48:49 

That you’re an alien. 

00:48:54 

You’re a resident your legal entity. 

00:49:01 

Several years back, a friend of mine was ordered to show clause in downtown Atlanta. 

00:49:08 

And I mean downtown LA on one thing about Atlanta. 

00:49:14 

He was in downtown LA and so. 

00:49:20 

He walked in there. 

00:49:22 

And he said your. 

00:49:23 

Honor, he said. I don’t know why I’m here. 

00:49:29 

The prosecutor, Mr. US attorney over there, is making allegations that I’m a legal entity. I’m not a legal entity. I am who I say I am. I’m a man. I’m not a legal entity. I’m not incorporated. I’m not a legal entity. 

00:49:44 

And the judge looked over the prosecutor, saying Mr. Prosecutor. 

00:49:48 

Is that true? What you’ve said? You’re making allegations that he’s. 

00:49:54 

A legal entity. But your honor, he’s a tax protester. That’s beside the point. He’s not a legal entity. Can you prove he’s a legal entity? 

00:50:01 

If not, go home. 

00:50:05 

It was in order to show cause. 

00:50:09 

See which is an easy Prius argument. 

00:50:13 

And you have to prove. 

00:50:14 

Take the rocks out of your wheel. Make them prove every single element of the alleged offense, regardless of what it is. 

00:50:21 

There’s numerous court case saying the government has to prove every single element of the alleged offense. 

00:50:28 

Both state and federal. 

00:50:33 

But you must know what those elements are. 

00:50:36 

And if you listen to my Internet radio show, I talk a lot about them. I give you different arguments that can be valid in traffic cases, could be in code enforcement cases. A lot of people have code enforcement problems, you know. 

00:50:50 

Building and safety problems and etc. 

00:50:53 

They have all these different problems. 

00:50:57 

But you must know what the arguments are. 

00:51:00 

And you can’t do half an argument, you must do the whole argument. 

00:51:06 

And remember, when you’re dealing in law, there’s no room for emotion. 

00:51:11 

All emotion belongs in the bedroom or the bathroom, not in the courtroom. 

00:51:19 

The bedroom. 

00:51:21 

Or the bathroom not in the courtroom. Because if you can get the judge to be emotional. 

00:51:27 

He loses. 

00:51:28 

We’ve had district attorneys cry and get sent out of the. 

00:51:31 

Courtroom we had, dude, just take off the rope, throw it on the floor in front of the podium, March out of the courtroom because. 

00:51:37 

He got so. 

00:51:37 

Emotional because you’re boxing him in. Learn how to box the judge and make him obey the law. 

00:51:44 

That’s all you have to do. 

00:51:45 

Make the judge. 

00:51:47 

Obey the law because if he obeys the law, he can’t convict you. 

00:51:53 

There’s no conviction if he raises the law. 

00:51:56 

It’s very simple. 

00:52:00 

Same with the police officer. 

00:52:05 

One of the great scenarios I teach people and I do it quite often on the radio program at least once a month I’ll I’ll do go through this a little scenario. 

00:52:17 

You go through. 

00:52:17 

You you get traffic citation for whatever. 

00:52:22 

  1. Officer, do you know and understand the law you’re enforcing?

00:52:26 

Yes, I do. 

00:52:29 

Are you employed by the people of the state? Yes, I am. Are you a state peace officer? Yes, I am. And you turn around. Look. 

00:52:34 

At the judge and say, Your Honor. 

00:52:38 

This officer has testified under oath that he is biased against me as being the employee of the person that’s prosecuting me. I’d like to invoke the hostile witness provisions at this time. 

00:52:49 

When you invoke the hostile witness provisions. 

00:52:52 

You can ask leading questions. 

00:52:55 

That you he can’t answer. 

00:52:57 

To give you a scenario, you ask the type of question that no matter which way he answers, he loses. 

00:53:04 

Question. Do you still beat your wife on Tuesday nights? 

00:53:11 

If he says no, that means he’s still a wife beater beats his some other night. If he says yes, he’s a wife beater, no matter which way he answers, he loses the only proper answer. I never beat my wife. 

00:53:25 

But you you don’t give them that opportunity. Answer the question, yes. 

00:53:28 

Or no. 

00:53:29 

That’s what they do. 

00:53:30 

To you, that’s what they do to you. 

00:53:33 

So you do it right back to them. 

00:53:35 

So you learn to ask questions like that. 

00:53:39 

On all traffic citation I teach people. 

00:53:44 

Ask three questions. You can do it in any type of case, building safety, case or any other type of case. Same three questions just. 

00:53:51 

Paraphrase them a little bit different. 

00:53:54 

Officer, you attended the Academy? Yes, I did. Did you study the vehicle code? Yes, I did. 

00:54:02 

How long did you study vehicle code? 40 hours. Good. 

00:54:06 

And how long you been on the department? 20 years. 

00:54:11 

20 years and you average 2 traffic tickets a day over a period of 250 days a year. That’s 500. 

00:54:19 

00:54:20 

Traffic citations a year and 20 years, that’s 10,000 traffic citations you’ve written in your career. Is that about approximately? That’s about right. 

00:54:32 

So after 10,000 traffic citations, you’re pretty well expert in the matter, aren’t you? 

00:54:37 

Yes, I am all he can get cocky. Now. You’re building his eagle up so you can. 

00:54:42 

Slap him on the head. 

00:54:44 

And then. 

00:54:47 

You say? 

00:54:49 

Do you have personal knowledge? That’s a key phrase. Do you have personal knowledge? 

00:54:55 

Of the legal definition of the word vehicle as utilized by the legislature when they wrote the vehicle code and as defined by the courts, do you have personal knowledge of those definitions? 

00:55:09 

He’s going to look at the. 

00:55:12 

Judging and that the prosecutor prosecutors can jump up and say objection, you say, Your Honor, I’m not really trying to ascertain the officers personal knowledge of the law. He’s trying to enforce. 

00:55:22 

Just gonna say we’ll answer the question. 

00:55:24 

Do you have personal lives? He’s going to say no. 

00:55:28 

Don’t worry about it. Go to the next one. 

00:55:30 

It’s a three phase. 

00:55:32 

You’re marching off the edge of cliffs while you fall on the sword. 

00:55:36 

Question number two. Officer, do you have personal knowledge you have to phrase with all questions with do you have personal knowledge? 

00:55:45 

Of the legal definition of the word driver as used by the legislature and when it was changed from chauffeur to driver. 

00:55:53 

By the legislature, do you have personal knowledge of that? 

00:55:59 

Objection. Prosecutors can jump up and say you want. I’m really trying to ascertain officers knowledge of the laws he’s enforcing. He. If he doesn’t understand the laws, he can’t enforce them. 

00:56:10 

Just we’ll answer questions. You have personal lines. You’re gonna say no. Any goal #3. 

00:56:17 

Officer, do you have personal knowledge of the legal definition of the word traffic as used by the legislature when they wrote? 

00:56:25 

The vehicle code. 

00:56:28 

He’s going to say no. 

00:56:33 

  1. Then you look at the judge, look at the prosecutor.

00:56:37 

Look at the judge again and look back at the prosecutor. You’re pausing, waiting for an objection. OK, when there’s none coming. Your Honor, based upon the officer’s testimony under oath on the witness stand, I like the the witness to be excused for lack of personal knowledge of the laws he’s enforcing. 

00:56:55 

So as an incompetent with. 

00:56:58 

We’ve had a CHP officer 24 years on the department. Bent’s Rule is an incompetent witness. Now he’s working the desk. He can’t work tight traffic citations. 

00:57:11 

Because he’s been ruled incompetent witness. So he he please excuse the officer and the officer walks out the courtroom. Then you look at the judge. 

00:57:20 

Being finished with him. 

00:57:22 

Your Honor, do you have the traffic citation in there and the jacket? Yes, I do, your honor. I move to strike that because it is written by an incompetent individual. So therefore. 

00:57:33 

Please remove that as incompetent evidence so judge takes that out. What do you what else do you have in there? This is all I got. The docket sheet. Well, your Honor, since there’s no complaint and all you got is the docket sheet I moved to dismiss all charges and that’s where it went. But you have to work over there to get there. 

00:57:51 

You follow me? 

00:57:52 

You have to follow their procedures. Hear me? Get rid of their witnesses. Get rid of their traffic citation, and then there’s no complaint. 

00:58:04 

It wasn’t a complaint because it was written by an incompetent individual. 

00:58:15 

Huh. Still, it’s incompetent. 

00:58:18 

Well, not. Not counting that it would never properly lawful. 

00:58:25 

That’s true. But I mean you, we don’t go there, you know, I mean, I want to win the case. I want to go to the side argument. I can do the side arguments. 

00:58:33 

Just for three years. 

00:58:38 

I don’t want the one window side argument. 

00:58:40 

00:58:48 

OK, let’s go over here. Another one. 

00:58:57 

This is demand for judicial notice. This you have a lot of fun with this one. If you know how to utilize it. 

00:59:04 

Why do you use judicial notices? 

00:59:07 

You file judicial notice before you enter a plea cause it sets the law of the case law of. 

00:59:13 

The court the judge is supposed to walk in the courtroom with a completely blank mind. 

00:59:20 

The prosecutor brings into his law the defendant brings in in law and they both put him in before the court and the judge is supposed to be totally neutral and. 

00:59:30 

That’s where it’s supposed to be, but you can make them do. 

00:59:33 

That way, but you got to do your arguments before you enter the plea, because once the plea is entered the the law is already set, so you have to do it, you drop. 

00:59:42 

Your glasses, ma’am. 

00:59:48 

This is demand for judicial notice of the legal term human being. Under the evidence code section 450. 

00:59:54 

I’ll skip the heading. We’ll move the court to take judicial notice that the term human being has a definite legal meaning according to Valentine’s Law Dictionary professor of Law, University of California’s 1948 edition has the following definition human being. 

01:00:12 

Page 599 sea monster. 

01:00:15 

Monster, a human being by birth, but in some parts resembling a lower animal, a monster had no inheritable blood and cannot be heir to any land, albeit brought forth in marriage. But although it has deformity, any part of its body, yet if it hath human shape, it may be air. 

01:00:34 

It comes from the 12th century. 

01:00:36 

This is in concurrence with the principles in the Bible, where the terms used are man, woman, and citizen to describe people according to their status. Therefore, the man is made that the accused be recognized as a man having the status of a citizen and not a human. 

01:00:52 

This information is necessary imperative to issue before the Court and one of the primary defense issues. 

01:01:00 

So the judge says, well, I’m not going to accept it. Oh, you’re are you claiming that I’m a monster? 

01:01:08 

No judge, no. 

01:01:11 

I’m not going to accept this judicial notice. Well, if you don’t. 

01:01:14 

Accept this judge. 

01:01:15 

Notice you are in in the same breath claiming that I’m a monster and I’m not a monster. 

01:01:22 

And he says, well, I’m going to deny this. Then you turn around, look at the court reporter, the clerk, and let the record reflect for appeal, purpose. The judge is denying my judicial notice and making allegations. 

01:01:34 

That I’m an A monster. I’m a second class citizen alien within the state. I didn’t say that. Well, you’re out by denying my judicial notice. That’s basically what you’re saying. And I need this for appeal purposes. Since I’m being convicted. 

01:01:51 

Nothing. He’s got to let it stand. 

01:01:54 

Either that or accept your judicial notice. 

01:02:00 

How many people have had traffic warrants on them? 

01:02:04 

You know all traffic warrants expire after 60 days. 

01:02:11 

That’s right, all warrants expire after 60 days. 

01:02:17 

The IT gets this message. 

01:02:21 

I have a friend of mine who gets he’s a very atrocious driver. 

01:02:27 

OK, he gets stopped two or. 

01:02:30 

Three times a year. 

01:02:33 

For doing crazy things one time, cutting off a CHP officer another time, driving off with no headlights in at midnight. You know, I mean and stuff like that. 

01:02:44 

But he gets traffic tickets or doing 90 and a 60 mile an hour zone, yeah. 

01:02:52 

And he always lets him go to warrant. 

01:02:56 

Because after 60 days, the warrant gets dismissed and all underlying charges are dismissed also. 

01:03:05 

How you doing? 

01:03:06 

Yeah, it’s a. 

01:03:07 

Warrant 1 W AR1 dot zip on the Internet. 

01:03:11 

It’s a free one. 

01:03:13 

01:03:14 

I’ll read it and you can get it get. 

01:03:16 

It off the Internet. 

01:03:19 

Notice of Motion and Motion to dismiss for lack of prosecution, lack of due diligence. 

01:03:25 

Please take note that on blank day of 1991, at the hours of 0900 hours AM. 

01:03:32 

Or soon thereafter, as a matter can be heard and department division, one of the above entitled court accused Citizen Blank will move the court to dismiss all charges for lack of prosecution, a violation of the due process and the failure to perform due diligence. 

01:03:49 

Comes out accused and moves the court to dismiss all charges for lack of prosecution and violation of due process by the lack of due diligence in serving the warrant. 

01:03:59 

They didn’t sign. 

01:04:04 

Points the stories on one page, very short paragraph. The queues has been available for service of process at all times. 

01:04:13 

Since the date of the alleged warrant, Hughes has been living at the same address in Canoga Park, CA. Since blank, he has been a property owner in the area since blank. The cause is well known in the community and a local property owner. 

01:04:27 

The people have made no attempt to serve this warrant upon the accused, nor can the people make a showing that any effort was made to serve the warrant and bring the queues within the jurisdiction of the Court for trial. Such an action is an unreasonable delay, as accused has been available service of process. 

01:04:46 

This one was issued on blank and this. 

01:04:49 

Constitutes a violation of the speedy trial rule. It would be most unreasonable to hold the delay of. 

01:04:58 

Four months, five months and serving their warrant constitutes due process. 

01:05:04 

California pillow court. 

01:05:06 

Stated thus, it appears that the constitutional requirement of a speedy trial requires that a defendant be served with a warrant of arrest within reasonable time after filing of a complaint. That court case is rust versus municipal R OST versus municipal. 

01:05:23 

184 Calap second 507. 

01:05:28 

Repeating 184 calab second 507, the Ross case involved the delay of approximately 140 days. 

01:05:37 

This court has also held at a 60 day time that was imposed by the serving of. 

01:05:40 

A warrant, wherefore an accused moves the court to dismiss the charges respectively submitted very simple little three page document. 

01:05:49 

And you get rid of your warrant. 

01:05:51 

And the charges. 

01:05:55 

You can file it by mail, but they may arrest you. 

01:06:00 

Yes, Sir. 

01:06:03 

Just by knowing the law. 

01:06:10 

01:06:12 

So I’ll take questions for about the 15 to 20 minutes here, then we’ll call it the evenings. Anybody got any questions? 

01:06:21 

If anybody’s got a question. 

01:06:28 

Here comes the gentleman. 

01:06:30 

Let’s turn it up. 

01:06:35 

Some people not some people have, you know, go before a Commissioner. 

01:06:42 

And say I want to see a judge and they say you’re not entitled to see a judge. 

01:06:48 

Well, you sign, do you can do a motion to that. You want to judge the traffic Commissioner is only there with your approval. 

01:07:00 

What if you challenge jurisdiction? They say denied when they have? 

01:07:04 

To prove it. 

01:07:04 

No, you you jurisdiction is a three. 

01:07:09 

It’s a 3 legged stool. You know the three legged stool is 3 legs. 

01:07:14 

Every court has jurisdiction to determine jurisdiction. 

01:07:18 

In Personam jurisdictions, whether you’re the person defined in subject matter, whether you’re defined in the law and is brought by the prosecutor. 

01:07:28 

Which one? If you say, I challenge jurisdiction to the court. 

01:07:32 

He’s going to go say yes, I do. I do have jurisdiction. 

01:07:35 

You cannot say that. 

01:07:37 

Yeah, I challenge subject matter, jurisdiction, or impersonal jurisdiction. 

01:07:41 

I challenged in Personam jurisdiction and he said denied. 

01:07:46 

Did you do it by paperwork? 

01:07:50 

I’d like to see the paperwork. 

01:07:52 

OK, because I’ve never had a judge deny. 

01:07:56 

Well, he was a Commissioner. That’s why he wasn’t a. 

01:07:58 

Judge well, your honor. 

01:08:02 

Well, then, then what you do then? 

01:08:06 

In that case, I’d like a continuance. Right now I’m going to take this up on a writ to the appellate court. Since you’re Commissioner and I want a full judge, you here and make a review of this matter because he he cannot rule on the law. Commissioners cannot. 

01:08:18 

Rule on the law. 

01:08:20 

You can back them off like they saying that, Your Honor, since you’re a Commissioner, can you rule on the law? 

01:08:26 

Make a determination of law. He’s going to say no. Well, your honor, and you can’t rule on my motion. You can’t deny it. 

01:08:35 

Yeah. And I never entered A plea. He entered a plea. 

01:08:38 

For me? Well, but you did. You did. 

01:08:40 

It wrong. 

01:08:42 

Your Honor, you cannot enter a plea for me. The provisions in law say that I must stand mute or refuse to enter plea. I’m not refusing enter plea. 

01:08:53 

And I’m not sending mute. 

01:08:55 

I’m challenging personal jurisdiction until such time as we determine the. 

01:09:00 

Law. You know me. 

01:09:02 

He can’t interplay. If he does, it gets kicked out when he gets upstairs. 

01:09:08 

Motion to withdraw the plea. 

01:09:11 

Or only his Lander by the court Commissioner. 

01:09:14 

Since he did not have my power of attorney. 

01:09:17 

Or if you want either my plea so. 

01:09:25 

When next time you come back into court, you’ll say where’s my Proctor? 

01:09:30 

What do you mean? You’re Proctor? Well, your Honor, the Commissioner entered a plea for me, and he’s my acting as my Proctor and as my attorney. Would you bring bring Commissioner Jones over in here? Taxes. My, my attorney, my defense attorney. 

01:09:46 

Make them obey. 

01:09:47 

The law. 

01:09:50 

There’s read the law. Quit reading the funny books. 

01:09:55 

What are the funny books? 

01:09:57 

Anything that’s not law book. 

01:10:01 

01:10:02 

Along with the pictures. 

01:10:03 

No, but you see what I’m saying. 

01:10:05 

You read what the law says. Read the court cases. The courts make a decision on what has to be done. 

01:10:11 

And you must follow those guidelines. 

01:10:16 

Thank you. Ask you a question. How would you handle it? Let’s say a friend of mine where they they had drug him into court and then they forced him to have a public defender and he didn’t want one. How would you handle that situation? 

01:10:30 

Oh, I love that. 

01:10:34 

I had a friend of mine. He was forced into a public defender and he brought all his pleadings and everything and he says can you find getting find me not guilty using these this argument. 

01:10:47 

And the public defender says I can’t do this. 

01:10:50 

He said thank you. Would you please notify the court that you’re unable to defend me to find me not guilty and ask for outside counsel? 

01:10:58 

Any finally got a. 

01:11:01 

$300.00, an hour attorney over there to come in and defend. 

01:11:04 

It court pay for. 

01:11:08 

Right. 

01:11:10 

Can any of these? 

01:11:13 

Documents that you’ve got be used. 

01:11:16 

Like after you’ve already gone to trial and. 

01:11:20 

Like when you’re already like when you’re in. 

01:11:22 

The appeal process. 

01:11:23 

No, most of them are pretrial during trial. 

01:11:26 

01:11:27 

Because you have to set all the issues at the trial level, you can’t raise anything new unless it’s a constitutes argument at the pillar level. 

01:11:37 

  1. Anybody else?

01:11:40 

Well, he had a lot of questions. 

01:11:42 

All night one. 

01:11:47 

He’s a man. 

01:11:50 

I’m pretty good, I answered most of the questions that we go. If not, we’re going to call it an evening. It’s 5. 

01:11:55 

Minutes to 10 now. 

01:11:57 

What you were. 

01:11:58 

Talking about at the beginning. 

01:12:02 

What’s your dream dinner? 

01:12:06 

Oh, the Patriot Act. 

01:12:09 

OK, a seven thing, a lot of people are concerned about the Patriot Act. I’m not. 

01:12:18 

There’s two little rooms down the hall there a ladies room in the men’s room and they have little rolls of a a Patriot Act there, you know. 

01:12:28 

What I mean? 

01:12:32 

The the Patriot acts been to court three times. They’ve challenged portions of the Patriot Act three times, and every time the Patriot Act is on the court, it’s been overruled. 

01:12:42 

And ruled unconstitutional. So I don’t worry. Next time somebody’s going to take the Patriot Act, it’ll be ruled on council section by section is getting ruled unconstitutional. 

01:12:53 

So it’s it’s no problem. 

01:12:57 

Can you tell me what that man on the other side of Mars is doing right now? 

01:13:01 

I can’t either, so I don’t worry about it. 

01:13:06 

I don’t worry about it, yes. 

01:13:08 

One other question. 

01:13:11 

What do you think about going after the officers and the judges oath of office? 

01:13:18 

It’s a good argument, but you got to do a lot more before. 

01:13:22 

Doing that and you follow me. 

01:13:25 

That’s a procedure where you’re going to go for facts. I teach people to make the facts come out in your case because the courts only rule on facts. 

01:13:33 

And if they got no facts. 

01:13:36 

They can’t. 

01:13:38 

Just like. 

01:13:40 

In order to sustain a conviction. 

01:13:43 

And 90% of cases, be it a. 

01:13:47 

Traffic infraction, code enforcement case, felony, or any misdemeanor case they have to get the DMV record in to establish that you’re a resident of the state. 

01:13:59 

Without the DMV record. 

01:14:01 

They can’t get a conviction. There’s no evidence to establish that you’re here. 

01:14:06 

And I perfected A technique where we keep the DMV from getting that record in. 

01:14:13 

And they can can be no conviction because I learned this from the city attorney’s manual of Los Angeles to have a copy and says it is. It is important to get the DMV record and all traffic cases. 

01:14:29 

Failure to do so will. 

01:14:31 

Be fatal on appeal. 

01:14:36 

Yes, Richard, I got. Excuse me, I got a letter from the franchise Tax Board stating that claiming exemption because of state citizenship was frivolous and that religious objections aliens. 

01:14:53 

Yeah, that’s the standard letter. 

01:14:55 

Yeah, all of that meant nothing that I still within. If I was earning money in California, I owed them money. 

01:15:02 

Well, tell you write him back a letter and you would state. 

01:15:06 

I have the same political status as our founding fathers did. Are you denying that? I’m this and that I’m an alien in California and a second class citizen and a legal entity. If you’re making these allegations, please put it in paper. Thank you very much. 

01:15:23 

Ask questions. 

01:15:25 

  1. And the other one?

01:15:29 

Passports and the the the national ID. I don’t I I have an old passport, but I don’t have one as a state. 

01:15:37 

Citizen and I’m not going to be able to if it’s going to cause me trouble. If I want to get on an airplane to go see my brand new grandchild being born in a month. 

01:15:39 

Well, don’t even worry about it. 

01:15:47 

We’ll just use the old passport. 

01:15:49 

Just use the old the one that’s expired. 

01:15:51 

Yeah. Tell me you haven’t renewed it yet because, but it’s still valid. It shows you who you are. Evolve. 

01:15:56 

Doesn’t it have my social, my old? 

01:15:58 

Don’t worry about it. 

01:15:59 

01:16:02 

You’ve got my patriot #11. You’ve read that. 

01:16:06 

There’s two citizens of the United States. Which one are? 

01:16:08 

You talking about? 

01:16:12 

It’s in the manual. 

01:16:14 

Yes, Sir. There’s a million things in your. 

01:16:16 

Manual read patriot #11. OK, it explains all the arguments. Alright, thank you. It’s on the Internet for those people. Who? 

01:16:22 

Don’t have my program. 

01:16:27 

At the beginning of the meeting, though, Richard, you’re telling Diane that you don’t worry about the national ID issue, that they keep bringing it up and it’s come. 

01:16:34 

Up again. So could you explain that? 

01:16:35 

Yeah, I don’t worry about it because it’s part of the Patriot Act. 

01:16:44 

So you have to learn how to utilize the law. Read the Patriot Act. Don’t talk about something you haven’t read. 

01:16:51 

In order to invoke the Patriot Act, they have to prove that. 

01:16:54 

You’re a member of a terrorist organization. 

01:16:57 

Two questions for you. 

01:17:00 

Two questions for you. One, are you available for consulting if we have like legal or technical stuff that we need to try to figure out a strategy for? 

01:17:08 

I teach you the laws. What I do, I’m an educator and. 

01:17:11 

OK, so I I can e-mail you a question if. 

01:17:13 

I have something, yeah. And I can give you tell you which. 

01:17:16 

Court case of reading. OK, good enough. Is there a way to avoid having to get those as far as? 

01:17:27 

There’s going to be a way. 

01:17:28 

Come yet? There’s a couple of court cases in the court system already. Now you’ve heard of Gilmore case. 

01:17:34 

OK, now, now realizing that they they have a need to be able to identify who’s they’re dealing with when they pull you over. What would be the best way to handle that? 

01:17:44 

Just give them what? 

01:17:45 

Have we got OK? I mean, if you don’t want to use their state, California drivers license? 

01:17:49 

I I use federal ID sometimes. 

01:17:53 

A letter addressed to. 

01:17:54 

Me. There you go. Thank thank you very much. 

01:17:58 

Right. 

01:18:00 

A letter addressed to you at your home address is delivered to you by the federal government’s federal ID because it’s a felony to receive somebody else’s mail. 

01:18:13 

OK, with that? 

01:18:15 

You got one more. OK, Wendy. OK, thank you. 

01:18:24 

Don’t drink that coffee. 

01:18:25 

That was a wonderful evening by Richard MacDonald. Let’s give him one more round of applause. 

01:18:37 

Forget about this thing all time. 

01:18:38 

I know. Thank you too. 

01:18:40 

Almost killed myself. 

01:18:42 

We like to thank Rich MacDonald one more time for another one more round of applause and thank him so much. 

01:18:48 

For coming in tonight. 

01:18:55 

Thank you for attending the Granada Forum and the next one will be July 7th, 2005. Thank you so much and God bless. 

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3 comments on “Transcript with time-stamps for Richard MacDonald’s State Citizen presentation at The Granada Forum, 2005

  1. 31cfr was mentioned. Look at 31 cfr 363 minor estate. We didn’t claim it at the age of 18 nor at 25 years. Do you the live man is considered dead. Also since you never claimed the estate you are also treated as a minor in their courts. You availed to yourself 3 benefits before the age of 18, 2 of which was drivers license and ss card most likely. You also probably applied for a some other benefit /privilege. So 3 strikes and you “volunteered ” to be a U.S. citizen. Your action speak louder than words. You are a club member! There is one way out and it is how you got roped into all of this to begin with. As a thing is done it is undone.

  2. So then…, how does one truly “claim his or her estate”? Drafting affirmations and letters that make claims end up in trash receptacles, as most people have no clue what we’re talking about, let alone, what do about it. I get so sick of hearing and reading about how everyone has to “do their own research and due diligence”. This is such bull-dorky! If you or someone has actually drafted a document or figured out a process that actually changes one’s status and is recognized by all who would presume otherwise, why, in the freak’n hell, wouldn’t you share that with the masses, so that we can all become free from the slavery and bondage we were unaware we were living in? We can take back our country and put our “out of control” government back in its rightful place, if we all band together, as one.
    The problem with all this “advice” being delved out on all these websites and videos, is that most out there have no clue what we’re talking about and/or won’t act on it due to self preservation, i.e., they don’t want to get fired from their cushy, overpaid jobs.
    There are so many sites promoting “status change” techniques, yet not one of these sites can produce verifiable proof that sending a letter or affirmation to the Secretary of State actually changes anything with respect their “status”, as a State National. Try and find an attorney who has a clue about any of this, who could help with rights violations of American Citizens/State Nationals.

    What gets the IRS to see someone, as a Non-Resident Alien? What removes the presumption that one is a U.S. citizen (federal citizen)? How does one remove the presumption that a SSN and all caps name is not them, but a created corporate entity that we are agent for and beneficiary of? What sets the record straight, beyond any shadow of a doubt?
    I’ve personally sent in letter upon letter to the IRS, only to have them completely ignored, over and over again. I’ve claimed my status as a non-taxpayer, with respect to my working for a private sector company and made it clear that my earnings are not connected with any “trade or business” within the U.S. (United States, i.e., District of Columbia) and are my personal property, which are not subject to any tax. I’ve made it known that I am not a legal fiction but a flesh and blood, living man, with inalienable rights. I managed to get the levies stopped, however, the IRS resorted to sending bogus NFTLs to the county, where I live, wherein they unlawfully recorded them without first perfecting them, i.e., verifying their legal standing. These are mere “notices’, not actual tax liens, which would require a signed court order to be legally enforceable.

    Ignorance is our biggest obstacle, as most have no clue what we’re talking about and trying to convey, and that includes most who work in government and the IRS.

    As a State National, I have a right to travel anywhere I please, that cannot be infringed upon, without due process and/or a court order, however, I cannot get a passport right now because of a “certification letter” sent by the debt collector agency (IRS) to the Secretary of State, claiming I owe over $102K in back taxes, which is mostly civil penalties, because I refused to be bullied into sending the IRS returns to their liking. I have rebutted false payer data sent to the IRS by the private sector company I work for, but the IRS ignores my rebuttals and continues to claim I owe this erroneous amount.

    How does one get this madness to stop? What must be said and in what manner must it be conveyed? Truth and facts mean nothing, if those who they are sent to simply ignore or choose not to agree with them.

    1. Here are examples of statements one can compose and send to U.S. Dept of State. Me sent my letter earlier this year.

      This is not a status ‘change’. My status has always been a state national. Claiming otherwise does not make it true, even if me made the claim. It’s more of a status confirmation and rebuttal to any other erroneous presumptions.

      Me does not expect U.S. Dept of State to reply to me. Me only hopes it will help with getting travel-papers/portpass as a state national. Though I mistakenly sent my letter after trying to get the travel-papers. Roger: Sayles specifically says the letter must be sent first, and that makes sense. Nonetheless, my form for the travel-papers/portpass had an attached affidavit clearly stating me is a state national. So me was revising my status while also requesting a travel-paper.

      As for taxes, did thou rebut/correct all W2s by sending correct amounts (meaning zero dollars) to Social Security Agency? Misguided employers send W4s to Social Security Agency, which in a way is just an internal employee relations dept for the corporate UNITED STATES. Me knows thou sent corrections to IRS, but maybe one needs to send to SSA instead.

      For rebutting W2s, here is the version me used last year. This year me added comments about how my employer mistakenly thinks it’s part of the federal government and/or UNITED STATES and is mistakenly using UNITED STATES forms. Me also mentions that if my employer asked me to complete WAL-MART’s internal forms, me will complete those as well! Me can’t object to the boss-man. He says jump. Me says, “how high?”.

      The portpass/passport agency is confusing the person with the man. The tax debt is on the person. Whereas the man requested a portpass/travel-papers. But me is having the same problem with that agency. Me is trying to decide in next steps. Letters to the managers of the ‘special issuance’ agency go into the ether, it seams.

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