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According to 28 USC 3002
“United States” means—
(A) a Federal corporation;
(B) an agency, department, commission, board, or other entity of the United States; or
(C)an instrumentality of the United States.
This corporation has been dictating your life since you were born. The incorporation of the United States started way back in 1871 and your rights were taken from you by the 14th amendment back in 1868.
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.
If you read this carefully there is a few tricks of deception here. first is the word "persons" according to black's law dictionary 4th edition it states:
Corporations are "persons" as that word is used in the first clause of the XIVth Amendment; Covington & L. Turnp. Co. v. Sandford,
yes the 14th Amendment citizen is a corporation. And according to black laws 4th edition the definition of "Corporation" is :
CORPORATION. An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the laws of a state or nation.
This legal entity is under the rules and statutes of the federal corporation. And that is just the second word in the 14th amendment. If we continue on and studied this 14th amendment a little bit more carefully will notice that it says "and" subject to the jurisdiction thereof. It does not say "are" subject to the jurisdiction thereof. This shows you that there are people that are subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and there are people who are not subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. And when I say United States I am specifically talking about the federal corporation.
We haven't even finished the first sentence yet and already we have found a bunch of things inside this 14th amendment that disqualifies us from being a federal citizen. Now looking at this carefully it does state that those people are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. So it specifically states that there is the United States citizen and there is a state citizen. Were you aware that people had these two statuses of citizenship? Probably not because they don't tell you that in school. The state citizen is the citizen who is under the republic and under the constitution whereas the 14th amendment federal citizen is exclusively under the Federal Corporation's jurisdiction.
This is how they've been able to dictate your life, force you to pay taxes that you don't have to pay and forced mandates on to you that you never agreed to. It has given you the impression that the government is this all powerful entity and you are nothing but a small weak individual with no power to stand up against this bully. This means that you are subject to any and all laws that they create whether or not they protect or take away your constitutionally protected rights.
The reason why you've never heard of state citizenship is because of the Nationality Act of 1940: § 1401. Nationals and citizens of United States at birth
The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United States at birth: (a) a person born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof
It goes on to list more items but I'll will cut it short there. (14th Amendment) But then a question is raised: "What is a national?" under that same act (you can find it in 8 USC 1101 as well) (21) The term ‘‘national’’ means a person owing permanent allegiance to a state.
And that is what happened to your state citizen. The word "citizen" was transformed into the word "national". So now a national is the one who has the constitutionally protected rights.
In order to decide if you want to become a national you must first ask the question: "What is a citizen?"
Black's law dictionary 5th edition states: "Citizens" are members of a political community who, in their associated capacity, have established or submitted themselves to the dominion of a government for the protection of their general welfare and the protection of their individual as well as collective rights.
Now the question is have you submitted yourself to the dominion of a government? Do you want to submit yourself to the dominion of a government? Those are questions you have to ask yourself and answer them honestly. This is not for everyone. Some people want the protection of their general welfare and will willingly submit themselves to the dominion of a government in order to obtain such benefits.
So this is a personal decision for each person who decides how they want to live their life. Do you want to have all your God-given constitutionally protected rights? Or would you rather give up some of those rights for the benefits that the government will offer you for submitting yourself to them? Maybe you need time to weigh out your options. Whatever the choice is it is solely your choice in the end.
National is considered a foreigner to the United States government because the United States government is a corporation and created its own citizens under the 14th amendment. The states are actually subsidiary corporations of the major federal corporation. They are called "THE STATE OF..." Even the local municipality is a corporation. Go ahead and call your local county and ask them what year the municipality or town that you live in became incorporated. They will give you a year because it's Incorporated, they are all corporations.
So when you operate as a citizen you're under the jurisdiction of that corporation. You're under the corporation of the state and you're under the federal corporation's jurisdiction.
Becoming a national separates you from the citizen (legal entity) and places you firmly outside of their jurisdiction. Which means that you are now returning to the republic and repatriating as a national and as the original citizen of the state spoken about in the Constitution.
This is not for everyone. There are people who are too afraid of the government and its apparent power. The only true power of the government has is threat of force and force itself. It has no other authority or power. It is a corporation and not the Republic government that was created by the founding fathers. The original republic government went into debt after the Civil War and could never recover from it. A corporation took its place.
A national is not a part of the corporation but a citizen is. It's just the same thing as working at a convenience store and having to wear their uniform and conform to their rules. Once you quit working for that company you no longer have to follow their rules or dress in their attire.
The civil peace flag. the flag of the national. Old Glory is a wartime military flag.
Write an affidavit and send it to the Secretary of State in Washington DC. The reason why you're writing to the Secretary of State in Washington DC is because that is the top office and the person in charge of foreign affairs. Nationals are considered foreign to the United States government that includes local governments as well.
you can start the affidavit this way:
I (Your Name) being duly sworn, under the penalty of perjury of the laws of the United States of America hereby declare my intention and desire to be a national, with God given Constitutionally protected Rights and not a "citizen of the United States", in a condition of voluntary servitude with civil rights, under the scope and purview of the 14th Amendment.
Get your affidavit notarized and send it out to the secretary of state and wait 21 days for a rebuttal. You will not get a rebuttal because they have to put themselves under penalty of perjury in order to rebut you. They will not put their ass on the line for you.
After 21 days an un-rebutted affidavit stands as truth in law. This means that now you have a legal document that is now in possession of the highest office regarding foreign affairs. No one under that office can rebut your affidavit without that office doing so first.
After the 21 days you can then put all your local government on notice. You're sending all of them a copy of your affidavit. You're letting them know that this is already on file and un-rebutted with the Secretary of State in Washington DC and that they now have to update their records as well.
Send it to:
the district attorney of your county
Head of health department
Attorney general of your state
Chief of police of your town or city.
Anyone else you wanna send a copy to that's going to help you sleep better at night. Send it to whoever you want if you think it's going to make a difference for you
Go down to your local passport office and obtain a new passport. You want to attached your affidavit of status to your passport application. (you cannot do this with a driver's license because drivers licenses are only given out to citizens and residents [A national is not considered a resident either as a resident is someone under the jurisdiction of] so don't bother to try to do this with a driver's license because you will get rejected)
Watch this video on how to properly fill out the passport application: https://rumble.com/v1sxehc-how-to-fill-out-the-passport-application-to-become-a-national.html
When you fill out the passport application make sure for permanent residence you put rural free delivery. Do not put anything else in that address spot. That shows that you are in the republic and not in the corporation's jurisdiction
Use in care of for your mailing address.
Give them your Social Security number because they will reject you otherwise. Social Security is not a nexus to the system, it's just a symptom of it and that is why you putting your Social Security number is not going to affect your status change.
Make sure when you fill out this application you hand it in with your affidavit of status. Sometimes the passport office will try to reject it. They are not allowed to do that as it states in the passport application that you can add an explanatory statement to the application. That is exactly what you were doing here you're adding an explanatory statement regarding your status as a national I'm not a citizen of the United States. If they try to reject the affidavit kindly show them where it says you can add the explanatory statement. Do not give these people a hard time some of them do not know this stuff. Don't even bother telling them about the whole national status thing either just go through the motions and give them the affidavit with the application.
When you apply for the passport you can get the book or the card or both. The card is much cheaper and seems to come in faster than the book as it takes less preparation time to create it. I have a passport card and that's all I use for identification. That includes driving. I do not use a driver's license when I'm traveling in my private conveyance as driving is a commercial action.
Once you have the passport you now have a document that is tied in with your status as a national. You should no longer get any tickets, have any court appearances and yes you don't need to pay taxes anymore unless you volunteer into that system.. (not including property tax, that is a different issue)
You have to understand that you are now completely and solely under common law which has only three rules.
1. Do not harm others
2. Do not harm or destroy or steal other peoples property.
3. Always be transparent in your contracts and be honest in all your dealings with whoever you decide to contract with.
If you break any of those three rules of common law then the local government will have jurisdiction over you. You can still go to jail or get arrested for real crimes (that being crimes with actual victims) because nationals are under common law only. The constitution was created with the concept of common law being the only law to be applied to the citizens of each state.
With your freedom you're able to do many different things that you would've been able to do without your constitutionally protected rates firmly in place no you can to go purchase firearms without a permit (2A), not get patted down by TSA (4A), and virtually anything else you can think of that has been prohibited by local and federal government that has no actual reason to be prohibited. (9A)