Monday, December 1, 2014

Gloucester, Virginia: Are You A Citizen?

Citizen.  Are you one?  Are you sure?  What is in a title?  It may prove to be far more than you ever thought.  Has anyone ever looked up the legal definition of the word "Citizen"?  Maybe we should do just that.  Let's go to Black's Law and get that exact definition of what a "Citizen" is and then you can decide if you are one or not.

What is CITIZEN?

In general, A member of a free city or jural society, (civitas.) possessing all the rights and privileges which can be enjoyed by any person under its constitution and government, and subject to the corresponding duties.

Law Dictionary: What is CITIZEN? definition of CITIZEN (Black's Law Dictionary) 

Please take very close note that there is a separation between a citizen and a person and that a citizen falls "UNDER" any area's Constitution.  This means that the Constitution and the local laws, codes, statutes and ordinances are above you.  For a person, those laws are created by the "PERSON" for the benefit of the "PERSON" and the government.  A citizen is subject to taxes and every conceivable orders thrown at them.  In other words, a citizen has very limited rights.

  What is a person?  Let's go back to Black's law again.



A human being, naturally born, versus a legally generated juridical person.

Wait.  What is a legally generated juridical person?  


Entity, as a firm, that is not a single natural person, as a human being, authorized by law with duties and rights, recognized as a legal authority having a distinct identity, a legal personality. Also known as artificial person, juridical entity, juristic person, or legal person. Also refer to body corporate.

Law Dictionary: What is JURIDICAL PERSON? definition of JURIDICAL PERSON (Black's Law Dictionary) 

Well, I know that I am not a juridical person.  Or am I?  Is that what a Birth Certificate is?  Is that what a social security card is?  Is that what a drivers license is?  Are these juridical persons?  Is a juridical person subject to the same authority as a citizen?  Well, actually from what I can see, a juridical person has a few more rights than a citizen does, but is still rather limited and falls under more laws, codes, statutes and ordinances than a true natural person does.

  You won't be able to find the legal answers on the questions just above as far as Birth Certificates and other state or government ID's are concerned.  If you are a natural person though, the next question that comes up that you must ask is are you subject to codes, statutes, and or ordinances?  To answer that one is a very clear no.  At least not in the United States.  But you were never told this and it looks like a very serious game has been played against you without your knowledge.

  When you apply for a job, you are asked if you are a US Citizen.  When you go to the bank and want to open up an account, you are asked if you are a US Citizen.  Government applications always ask if you are a US Citizen.  They deny you access to jobs, banking, and more if you say no.  But it's a true statement if you are not a US Citizen.  You can not be refused a job if you state you are not a US Citizen and explain that you are a natural person.  But then you are not subject to personal taxes from your income.  Only a citizen has to pay taxes on income.

  That is where the game is played against you.  You consent to paying income taxes on your personal income because you confessed to being a US Citizen subject to the laws, statutes, codes and or ordinances placed over a citizen.  You must feel pretty foolish now allowing all that money to be taken out of your hands and away from your family because they played a little trick on you.  

  It has been proven over and over that taxes on your wages is voluntary if you are not a citizen.  If you are a citizen, the IRS can not prove they have the right to take any money from your wages and this too has been proven.  There are a lot of questions on other taxes such as sales taxes and certain property taxes.  The US Constitution seems to only have considered land taxes as the only taxable items held by any person.  Now we are still investigating what that means.  Is that taxes to be paid yearly or land transfer taxes only?  We are going through old records to learn this soon.

  So what is in a title?  Obviously more than one ever imagined.  Maybe it's time to reclaim our rights who are not citizens.  If you have a disdain for the Constitution, you are free to be a citizen.  We need taxpayers.

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