Friday, 3 May 2013
Law Series Part 3 ... JORDAN MAXWELL SHOW
“A Nobleman should know the Law in full, and a sovereign is above a Nobleman. So, you better do your homework, and know what you’re talking about if you want to talk about sovereignty, because if you don’t, you’ll find yourself in a lot of trouble.”
In the original constitution, all men were sovereigns. (Lancing v. Smith.) If you are a sovereign, you don’t have anything to do with the I.R.S. If you are seeking State citizenship, you may not be aware of many adhesion contracts that you have already made giving any sovereignty away. If you are enjoying the benefits of the corporation, then the government feels that you should shoulder part of the burden too. You are not sovereign.
In the old days, before the constitution, in the wild west, when all men were still sovereigns, every man was a king, and held a pistol on his belt. If one sovereign disagreed with anothet, they had the option to hold court, right there on the street. Kings are sovereign, subjects are subjugated. The aristocrats began to realize they were in trouble, having a bunch of peasants, that were now sovereign.
Internal Revenue Service, is an internal organization that deals with employees, or franchisees of the United States Corporation. Evidenced by writing a check for our “State Tax” to the Franchise Tax Board. I.R.S. employees, are just people doing a job.
US citizens cannot have allodial title to anything. They only hold an equitable interest. The corporation owns everything!
Are citations illegal?
What is the difference between Substance and legal fiction.
What is the difference between a resident, and domicile.
“Live within the Law, know the Law.” JM.
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