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Saturday, March 17, 2018
By Anna Von Reitz
By Anna Von Reitz
Yesterday I had another hard knock. A reader writing from Wyoming, was upset because the State of Wyoming Supreme Court had denied the sovereignty of a man claiming to be a "private citizen".
What else was the State of Wyoming Supreme Court supposed to do?
Claiming to be a "private citizen" is the same exact kind of oxymoron as claiming to be a "sovereign citizen". You cannot be acting in a private capacity and claiming to be a citizen at the same time.
You are either in the Army or out of the Army. There is no in-between.
So-- ask yourself this all-important question: Am I a citizen?
(1) Am I a federal employee or dependent? If so, I am a citizen.
(2) Am I an African- American? If so, I am a citizen, but have Equal Civil Rights.
(3) Am I listed in Title 42 -- a political asylum seeker, recent immigrant, or welfare seeker? If so, I am a citizen.
(4) Am I consciously, willingly operating "as" a federal corporate franchisee in international commerce? If so, I am a citizen.
(5) Was I born in Guam or Puerto Rico or some other legitimate and recognized territory of the United States? If so, I am a citizen.
For 90% of Americans, the honest answer to these questions is --- hell, no, I am not a "citizen" and never have been, except for a brief stint in the US military.
So why are you all wandering around nodding your heads like zombies and agreeing that you are "US Citizens" or "citizens of the United States"?