Reclaim Your Lost Rights through the Reassertion of Your Status as a Citizen
•You can sever your legal Relations with the
• You can reclaim your State Citizenship!
• You can Live and Play without a Social
• You can travel freely
The People of this once great republic have through ignorance and deception traded their sacred God-given rights away by silent assent, waiver, agreement or contract. The legal concepts of political relations, conditions precedent and contract law are exposed in relation to Executive, Legislative as well as Supreme Court usurpations. This groundbreaking book exposes the political exigencies, the legal meandering as well as the outright corruption of our political and legal systems as they have been used to create a legislative democracy where a Republic once stood.
Contrary to the beliefs of many in the patriot community, the real blame for this current situation rests with the People, and consequently; the solution rests with the People, individually. Contained within the covers of this book is a treatise on the political and legal history of deceit, Constitutional reinterpretation and utter socialism that has been silently assented to by the people. The authors also plainly describe to the reader the simple yet elegant solution to reclaiming one’s lost rights through the reassertion of one’s status as a Citizen of one of the Several States of the Union and by severing legal relations with the United States which is revealed in this book as a federal corporation.
Whatever your political affiliation or philosophical proclivities this book is intended to provide a foundational basis for a new understanding of the reader’s political and legal relations with the “Government of the United States”. These relations have a very profound effect on one’s rights, claims to property, and every aspect of one’s day to day life, even if those relations are politically and legally established through silent assent, waiver, contracts or agreements the reader is completely unaware of.
The State Constitutions, as well as the Constitution for the United States of America (1789) have been allowed to be removed from the “legal memory” of the people as those very same people have become United States citizens, devoid of the rights, privileges and immunities referenced in the Bill of Rights and in place been granted civil rights. Most Americans alive today are proud to be referred to as United States citizens. If those same Americans were aware of what the courts had to say about the rights of United States Citizens, they might reconsider their thinking on the matter.
Here is what one Court had to say:
“The only absolute and unqualified right of a United States citizen is to residence within the territorial boundaries of the United States,” US vs. Valentine 288 F. Supp. 957
What else might you need to know about the difference between the United States of America and the United States? What you don’t know can cost you your life, liberty and property. If one reads this book, the authors believe, that every citizen, whether of the United States or one of the Several States of the Union, will have the understanding to make a conscious decision on whether legal relations with the United States is an appropriate choice.
The Chapter List from the book:
Chapter 1, In the Beginning the Sovereign People
Chapter 2, Some historical perspective: Wilson to Roosevelt’s New Deal
Chapter 3, Switch in Time and the War in the Supreme Court. What a difference a year makes!
Chapter 4, Switch in Time and the War in the Supreme Court. The US Supreme Court Defines Controversies under the Constitution
Chapter 5, Switch in Time and the War in the Supreme Court. Re: “Controversies”, A Legislatively Created Procedure.
Chapter 6, Switch in Time and the War in the Supreme Court. The Court’s new interpretation of Due Process.
Chapter 7, Switch in Time and the War in the Supreme Court The changed Constitutional Interpretation of “Commerce” in 1937.
Chapter 8, The Sovereign People as Citizens and Their Old Union
Chapter 9, Federal Citizenship Defined for “All persons”
Chapter 10, The United States, a Federal Corporation and Dual Citizenship
Chapter 11, Dual Citizenship and Political Question
Chapter 12, Some thoughts on agreements and contracts in relation to the U.S. community
Chapter 13, American Citizens in relation to “foreign states”
Chapter 14, In conclusion
The Social Security Act of 1935
Ashwander et al v Tennessee Valley Authority et al.
Aetna Life Ins Co of Hartford, Conn. V Haworth et al
West Coast Hotel Co. v Parrish et ux
Nat’l Labor Relations Board v Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.
Chas. C Steward Mach Co. v Davis
Helvering, Com’r of Internal Revenue et al v Davis
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