By Anna Von Reitz
I have said this many times, but here I am, having to say it again.
This repetition is necessary only because new people are coming into our ranks and because the "Powers That Were" are promoting the idea that so-called "Sovereign Citizens" exist.
The two things, "sovereign" and "citizen", are mutually exclusive political statuses. When you combine the two, you get nonsense. This is known as an "oxymoron" --- when you combine two mutually exclusive terms or ideas.
So, if you hear anyone talking about "Sovereign Citizens" you know that they are ignorant about political status and the meaning of these words.
I think that it has been used in the past as a political and grammatical Dumb Test: the "bait" is whether or not a person accepts it as a valid concept.
If they do, then they reveal their ignorance and they can be easily discounted, misled, and abused.
If they object and point out that "Sovereign Citizen" is an oxymoron and that nobody could possibly be a "sovereign" and a "citizen" at the same time, they demonstrate that they are knowledgeable about the issues and definitions---and not such easy prey.
Please share this knowledge with everyone and include it as part of basic education in the Assemblies, so that our people are not caught napping or foolishly accepting any such label.