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correcting your political status

declaring your independence… again

Declaration of Independence by John Trumbell

It is important to understand who and what you are when you were born. It is critical to understand how you have been removed from your lawful “Political” status and moved into a legal “Political” status from birth, and that it happens when you are still in the crib.

At the moment of your birth, you are a State National (Floridian, Georgian, Virginian, etc.) of the State or “Nation” in which you were born. Your State Nationality (Jus soli ) is altered by the State by registration of your name.

The hospital creates a Long Form “Certificate of Live Birth” with the baby’s autograph (footprints) and submits this document to your birth State Registrar where the process of being “conveyed” and cribnapped© from your correct lawful “Political” status of a State National into a legal “Political” status of a United States citizen.

Hospitals’ and Physicians’ Handbook on Birth Registration

Then throughout your life, the United States government requires you to present yourself as a “person” (legal entity) and to use the corporate document called a State Birth Certificate to prove age, parentage, and United States citizenship (Hospital Handbook page 5 of 61).

The only way to correct being misidentified as a United States citizen is a process called “Re-conveyance”. You must object and record your objection with the County Recording Office (Lawful Notice) in order to correct your “Political” status to that of a State National.

why is my political status important

Our founding fathers’ “Political” status was that of a State Citizen. They were Virginians, New Yorkers, Pennsylvanians, etc., and created the Constitution for the united States of America. [pay attention to the preposition and the small letter ‘u’. these subtle differences mean the difference between freedom and oppression.]

They had the authority to delegate certain powers to the national governments to perform enumerated services. State Citizens are the creator of the Constitution for the united States of America and stand above and have authority over the national government.

State Citizens and State Nationals in their lawful “Political” status have the unalienable rights guaranteed by the Constitution for the united States of America and are obligated to obey “Public” law (American Common Law).

Correcting your ”Political” status to that of a State National corrects the misidentification of being a United States citizen and avoids being obligated to obey the Federal statutes, codes, and regulations applicable to United States citizens.

A United States citizen is created by Congress and they stand under the jurisdiction of the national government. United States citizens are obligated, as citizens (employees) of the national government, to pay the debts of the Federal government (minus authorized expenses for contracted enumerated services).

U.S. citizenship → State National

Since an Unconscionable Contract was created by your birth State for United States citizenship via the all capitalized Christian name, you must object, or it is assumed that you are in agreement with the misunderstanding and misidentification of your “Political” status of a United States citizen. Silence is implied consent to the contract.

Consent is either express or implied. Express, when it is given viva voce (living voice), or in writing; implied, when it is manifested by signs, actions, or facts, or by inaction or silence, which raise a presumption that the consent has been given. Bouvier’s Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

U.S. v. Anthony 24 Fed. 829 (1873) “The term resident and citizen of the United States is distinguished from a Citizen of one of the several states, in that the former is a special class of citizen created by Congress.“

The Slaughter-House Cases, 83 U.S. (16 Wall.) 36 (1873), was a U.S. Supreme Court case that ruled; the U.S. Constitution (“of” the United States of America) only protects the legal rights that are associated with federal citizenship, not those that pertain to state citizenship.

State Nationals and State Citizens in their “Lawful Political Status” stand above the Constitution of the United States of America which only protects the “Legal Rights” of “Federal citizenship”

the power of the correct political status

The Constitution for the united States of America is our contract, our guarantee of a Republican Form of Government. That allows the people of the Counties of a State and the People of the State to self-govern, elect our County and State officials, elect Fiduciary Deputies to Congress, elect our Sheriffs and Justices and enforce the contract that we have with the national government.

The Power of our correct Political Status allows for the re-establishing of our County Grand Juries and our American Common Law courts. A jury verdict addressing the fraud committed against State Nationals and State Citizens cannot be overturned… not even by the Supreme Court of the united States.

Why is this? Because the Supreme Court gets its authority from the Constitution of the United States and only protects the rights of the Federal citizen (United States citizens) and has no influence over the authority and remedy from our American Common Law courts. (See Slaughter-House Cases, 83 U.S. (16 Wall.) 36 (1873)

If you want to address mortgage fraud, fraudulent tax liens, unconstitutional registration of private property, and a host of other issues affecting the lives of State Nationals then your “Correct Political Power” can be found in our County Sheriffs and our American Common Law courts.

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