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I know from experience that U.S. citizens do not get any respect from any governmental authority, becasue just by proclaiming to be a U.S. citizen, they are proclaiming to be either ignorant or a slave. In either case, they will not get anywhere that way. I have email Schultz in the past and he apparently just thought he knew everything. However, I have proven to myself the important of not self labeling a U.S. citizen.
The IRS back in May of 2010 filed in St. Lucie county Florida and "Notice of Federal Tax lien against me. This is done merely to mar one's credit report. A notice is always supposed to be accompanied by the actual tax lien signed by a judge. They almost never do this because they do not get a tax lien to cause harm to whomever they are going after.
So I sent a FOIA request to the IRS demanding they provide a copy of hte tax lien. They wrote back and said they do not kow about what I was talking about. So I sent another one and worded it with such detail tha only choice that had was to admit they did not have one. Or so I thought. what they did was write back and ask that I provide for them the name of the system in which the document was store, the location of the system in which the document was store, the quiery to input int the system to draw out hte document I wanted retrieved and the name of the document. Naturally, I would not have such information, so I was at a loss.
Then I sent an affidavit professing all of the case law and Constitutional law that forbids the federal government from leveeing a direct tax within the states without regard to apportionment. I gave them 30 days in which to respond. They ask for 45 more days. Then they asked for 45 more days. So at 120 days, or four months, I got a letter from the IRS claiming that my claim was "frivolous". It was actually quite comical, because the only thing that would have made my case frivolous would have been the authority that I had demanded they provide to levee a direct tax within the states without regard to apportionment. So in actually, their claim that my claim was frivolous was frivolous, because they do not have any authority to levee such a tax and after four months, still could not provide it. One would think it would take merely a matter of seconds to produce their authority. But they do not have it, so they cannot. It has ben 24 years since I file a tax return.
M. R. Hamilton
What about non tax issues like lockdowns?
How does the governor and mayor's get out of oversight by We The People?
We can't be locked down and forced to wear a mask forever like Illinois, Texas, etc are doing.
Here is where the problem lies. Not sure what state you leave in, the presumption is you consented to become a member of their political jurisdiction and accept their protection. How you ask did you do this? You registered to vote and you got a drivers license. You also said you're a residence in said state. The presumption is also that you're domicile is in said state because you probably said you're a resident. How many times have you said you were a U.S. Citizen? Have you changed your passport to reflect a non U.S. citizen status? Have you filled out an SS5 card and requested a SS number as a non-citizen. Catch me if you can is their motto.
Now I ask you. What would happen if you changed your domicile. Say for instance your a Christian. Me personally, I am going to make an affidavit of domicile showing my domicile is Heaven and my citizenship iis in the U.S. Constitution. My decision is absolute. Guess what, the courts have no remedy. What happens if I then announce to the state of states that I no longer want their protection or to be a part of their political jurisdiction. Can they violate the 1st amendment and compel me to be a part of their political jurisdiction? Everything in this USA is about consent. You cannot have 2 domiciles. The new domicile deletes eliminates the other. So, now that I am no longer in their political jurisdiction am I now subject to their laws and statutes? NO!!!!!
Can the state of states stop me from disassociation and then in essence compel me to associate with them?
Food for thought
I would not recommend stating your, "citizenship is in the U.S. Constitution." There is no such thing. Why is it that people want to be a "citizen" of anything. Free and sovereign people are not citizens. As free Americans we are American nationals. American nationals own the government who in turn own the citizens.
There is one thing that can be done and does have an impact. The United States of America that existed under The Articles of Confederation for a Perpetual Union does still exist. It required 100% consent by the signers to be either repealed or amended. That did not happen until 2012 when it was amended by a duly elected government of the real nation of The United States of America.
Anyone has hte right to declare his nationality to any nation he so desires. So anyone can declare his national to The United States of America if he so chooses, the real one the the corporate one. You can get a driver's license there, which is voluntary. You can become involved and re-establish you state governments. Once you declare your nationality there, you are off limits to the STATE OF STATE corporations. There is even a place where you can post public notice in the nation of The United States of America.
To learn more about declaring your nationality to The United States of America go here.