Are you subject to federal laws?

Many people are hopelessly enslaved to tyrants because they blindly believe false narratives. Out of their respect for what only appears to be a law, they are cunningly coerced into waiving their rights, due to their ignorance.  They think that “all men are created equal” means that they stay equal.  People who are created equal remain equal until they voluntarily consent to be governed. Are you subject to federal laws? Join me as we explore this topic.  Those who receive not a love for the truth shall receive strong delusion that they should believe a lie.

This topic is from my book, Resisting the W-4 and I-9.

Everyone should know by now that there is no law that requires anyone to have a Social Security Number to live or work in the United States.

In other chapters of my book, I explain how you consented to be governed. You expatriated yourself from your State. The expatriation law says you “promptly and finally disavowed” your State allegiance when you seek federal benefits. One such benefit is a Social Security Number.  Ignorance of the law is no excuse.

HISTORY

(1) John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government, which was the foundation for most of the Declaration of Independence, paragraph 57:

“for nobody can be under a law, which is not promulgated to him”

This remains true today. The federal government only writes laws for people who are subject to their laws. They do not write State laws. Even the Supreme Court also tells us that federal tax laws relate to taxpayers, and not to non-taxpayers. We will study this later. Perhaps you inadvertently became subject to federal laws.

(2) Under our U.S. Constitution — Only three federal laws apply to people in States. These are the three crimes mentioned in the U.S. Constitution “…and no other crimes whatever” according to Vice President Thomas Jefferson in the Kentucky Resolutions.

The U.S. Constitution restricts the federal government to the 18 powers delegated by the Constitution; all other powers are reserved to the States, according to the tenth Amendment.

We are all created equal with unalienable Creator-endowed rights that governments are instituted among men to secure.  You remained equal until you consented to be governed.

HAD YOU REMAINED EQUAL, THE BILL OF RIGHTS WILL NOT PROTECT YOU

(3) If you are a State inhabitant, then the federal government cannot protect you from your State. The U.S. Congress cannot write laws for State people.  The converse is also true.

If you are a federal person, your State cannot protect you from the federal government, because you expatriated from your state.  Examples:

  • U.S. Supreme Court in Twining v. New Jersey, 211 US 78, in 1908 says that State Citizens are not protected by the first eight Amendments: “…the 14th Amendment did not forbid the states to abridge the personal rights enumerated in the first eight Amendments, because those rights were not within the meaning of the clause ‘privileges and immunities of citizens of the United States. “

Study the Twining case. At least read the occurrences of “first eight amendments” and “privileges and immunities”. They use the terminology “national citizen”, but today’s use of this language is different.

  • The U.S. Supreme Court in Hague v. CIO, 307 U.S. 496 in 1939, at page 520: “… even those basic privileges and immunities secured against federal infringement by the first eight amendments have uniformly been held not to be protected from state action by the privileges and immunities clause.”

That’s right! the U.S. Supreme Court says that State Citizens are not protected by the Bill of Rights. Only 14th Amendment citizens, and those in the federal territories, are protected by federal laws.

(4) The United States is foreign to the States. Always was. Example:

That’s right. (5) The United States is still foreign to the States of the Union.

Your natural birth DID NOT voluntarily submit yourself to such a form of government.
Your actions voluntarily submitted yourself.

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