This piece is meant to build on three previous Dollar Vigilante posts written by Gary Kinghorn, relating to the voluntary nature of our level of participation in a corrupt and failing system.
The first post was a review of the book, From Sovereign to Serf, by Roger Sayles. The book lays out Sayles' thorough background on this subject matter and then goes on to provide a solution for those who are interested in removing themselves from majority rule. His main point is to raise awareness of two different legal statuses that were created by the 14th Amendment, the U.S. Citizen who is a voluntary taxpayer, and the U.S. National who is a voluntary non-taxpayer.
The second post was the Anarchic Story of Christmas, the story of how Jesus was actually an anarchist. Much of the Common Law that founded many of the Republics of old was stated in the bible. The original King James bible provides us with a mountain of Common Law basics, including the Ten Commandments, which can be reduced to the two Natural Laws that most Austrians are familiar with; do no harm, and do all you agree to do. The meaning of Republic came from the words "Libera Res Publica", which means, free from things Public, or free from Majority Rule.
The third post was a review of another book, Taxation by Misrepresentation, by John W. Benson. The author was a mentor of Roger Sayles, and both of them have spent mountains of time and energy to research the Common Law history of America the Republic and the feudal history of the current Federal Government. Benson takes a close look at the 16th Amendment and the nature of the IRS and Income Tax Acts, which are voluntary contracts.
To fully understand the reality that Gary Kinghorn is trying to show us we need to open up our minds, for most of us have been told to think that this reality is not possible, or does not exist.
"No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it." - Albert Einstein
The root of the '-ment' part of government is mentis -- the mind in latin. Hence compos mentis -- composure of the mind as with government -- control of the mind. -- GSF System
Un-a-lien-able: Unalienable Rights are Fundamental rights secured by Natural Law that cannot be taken away, including the right to practice your religion of choice, the freedom of speech, right to travel, eat, sleep, etc.; cannot be transferred to another or surrendered except by individual choice and contract; the opposite of "inalienable" rights, or "civil" rights that are conferred by statutory law and by government permission and privilege; cannot be liened against.
Is The Constitution an Enforceable Contract?
"Remember that the federal 'United States' was created and limited by the authority and power vested in the Constitution. Pursuant to the Constitution, the federal 'United States' has no jurisdiction outside of the 63 miles of the District of Columbia, or any unincorporated territories purchased by treaty except where jurisdiction has been extended by contract." - Johnny Liberty
The Constitution was not a contract between the People and their Representatives, it was the statement of the contract. A contract exists only in reality. What is on paper, is the statement of the contract. A contract needs party A, party B, and an exchange of consideration. Consideration is the exchange of goods, services, money, value, or other lawful property. If party A offers a service or benefit, and party B accepts, does party B not owe party A? Usually stated as a contract, in the conditions of acceptance? So if you happen to hold your hand out for a government benefit, and accept it, is it free? Or does it come with a whole bunch of conditions? It is the actions that make the contract; what is on paper is merely the statement.
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