To Kyle Rearden— Try to Get the Labels Right
I have recently run across a lot of disinfo garbage like Mr. Rearden is spreading—claiming that I am part of some kind of “sovereign citizen” movement.
Let me say it AGAIN for all those who need to know: there ARE no “sovereign citizens”. It is impossible to be a “sovereign” and a “citizen” at the same time. Look it up for yourselves.
“Sovereign Citizen” is an oxymoron. The words are mutually exclusive, and anyone even using this phrase is too ignorant to be talking to me about these topics, much less talking about me.
They should be listening, carefully, instead.
The whist of their diatribe seems to be that I and the other Common Law Judges aren’t “really” judges. If that were true, I assure you all that we would be arrested, charged with impersonating a judge, and be looking at heavy fines and long prison terms.
If we aren’t “legitimate” — please explain why we aren’t enjoying a stint in one of the already overflowing federal prisons?
Ah, so, Grasshoppers….. you think you know it all. You’ve been given a Five and Dime Law School Education. You’ve taken a “Patriot Seminar”—you’ve even spent more than five minutes of your life thinking about these issues.
In our affidavit of probable cause, “You Know Something Is Wrong When…..An American Affidavit of Probable Cause” (available onAmazon.com) you will find a full page of United States Supreme Court decisions detailing exactly how and why we American State Nationals ARE sovereigns. And, by the way, it should also tell you why you “citizens of the United States” are not.
[You’ve been going through your life misidentified as a vessel in commerce permanently domiciled in Puerto Rico and deemed to be a “citizen of the United States” —- a status you will most likely fiercely to defend, and thereby cling to your chains, because you are too ignorant to do otherwise.]
The citations published in our book are only a passing mention of more than 600 court citations proving the same thing. We are sovereign and you’d better believe that the United States Courts know that we are. We are the ones who have forgotten.
Or to be more specific, Mr. Rearden, you have forgotten. Far too many people like you have forgotten who you are or have never known. And far too many of you go around spouting your ignorance like Gospel, thereby misleading everyone else.
Let’s take the name of your website: “Liberty Under Attack!”
Mr. Rearden, do you even know what “liberty” is? Here’s a hint— it has the same root word as “libertine”.
It’s what British sailors get when they reach port. It involves a lot of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, but it has nothing whatsoever to do with freedom.
And freedom, real freedom, is what the American people want and deserve, not some Limey version of an international red light district on our shores.
If that’s what you mean by “liberty”, yes, it is under attack and rightly so, for it is a venal substitute for freedom, and not half of what we are owed.
Until you get some basics down, I suggest that you sit quietly in a corner and listen to those who have spent decades of their lives in serious study—- and stop trying to label me anything at all