> I have a rather unique situation and considering claiming parens
> I recognize that I am a fourteenth amendment citizen of the United
> States of America and this makes the United States my Sovereign.
I wonder how you came to that conclusion. It might be so (if we ignore
that the amendment was never lawfully ratified as recognized by the
court in Dyett vs. Turner, 439 Pacific 266 (1968), and the numerous
other cites therein), but it isn't for me and I'd take offense if anyone
tried to imply it was.
> Congress has passed numerous laws that protect me as a US Citizen,
> including portions of Title 26.
I'm not a "resident" either.
Controllers want people to admit to being of subject status and give
them many ways to do it. To do it, people have to believe certain
things that may not be true.
I think that anyone who defends choosing a subject status for themselves
cannot really have a concept of personal sovereignty.
Anyway, it just shows there are two diametrically opposed groups, one
for freedom and one for control.