Re: Information on Your Sovereignty
- --- In email@example.com, stonekutteral <stonekutteral@...> wrote:
> Everyone receiving this eMail should copy it to"Why?" would be my question.
> their desktop and print it out and laminate that
> printout and keep it with you at all times.
If you are sovereign, what are you doing in a
If you are in a fictional court, you cannot
claim to be a sovereign.
The two are mutually exclusive.
- Michael wrote:
> If you are sovereign, what are you doing in aPeople tell me all the time they worry that I will be outnumbered and
> fictional court.
> If you are in a fictional court, you cannot
> claim to be a sovereign.
> The two are mutually exclusive.
overpowered and dragged into one of those courts. So far, I've never
been coerced in. But in the past, while I was learning, I was tricked
into going in under threat. I have since learned to call bluffs.
Nothing is real anymore anyway; nobody is doing their jobs properly
according to the laws; there's always SOME element of Catch-22 that
allows one to nullify and void and disqualify anything with which one
really does not want to be bothered.
I like using the word "dollar" to begin confounding the liars.
- The courts act on behalf of the sovereign authority of that territory of the
court with the judge being an employee of the proprietary-power holder of
that territory. The courts people see are fictional only to the extent that
they are legislative in nature without being fully judicially developed.and
purely fictional in authority due to lack of territorial jurisdiction when
off their territory.
The demands of courts are exercised under a proprietary power of the
territory... and become requests for customers off the territory. When you
walk onto the territory, the customer becomes the subject to the sovereign
authority vested in that court by the proprietary power exercised over a
territory of ownership.