Thursday, March 31, 2016

Information or disinformation?

When researching any topic, we not only have to deal with the author's bias but any intentional disinformation as well. Now the information the author gives us may not be known to be disinformation by the author. A lot of times people find information that confirms their beliefs and pass it along without researching anything on the topic.

This happen more often then people think, along with that we also have those in authority always informing us that we HAVE to do something because the law requires it. When that happens to you, how often do you question it? How often do you say "oh the law requires it? what law would that be"?

Now part of the way this fraud has held us down is this, we actually police ourselves. When one of the herd starts to question, the rest move him back into line or at least attempt to. One of the most effective forms of propaganda IMHO is peer pressure. I'm sure we could all remember our days in high school, and wanting to be a part of some group/click. In order to fit in, we changed our hair, our clothes and even our beliefs, all to fit in. Of course this all makes sense because humans are social creatures, and not only crave but NEED the approval and acceptance of our peers. Keeping up with the Jones's, you know what I am talking about.

So how can we fight against misinformation and herd thinking? A hard and fast rule I like to use is to QUESTION EVERYTHING. I do not have beliefs, I have anti-beliefs, I have an idea, I have no concrete unchangeable belief. I have to research everything(that is life structure involved, economics, banking, law, history, etc) that affects my life and the life of my children.

As it stands right now, we give up close to 50% of our income thru taxes, fees, fines, etc. This is freedom? Because the debt is growing ever larger then I take it my kids will have to give up 75% of their wages as a payment to enjoy "freedom"?

You ever get that "wtf did the government just do/say?" I call those moments "glitches in the freedom program". People do not even understand the reasons that do what they do anymore. An example would be gay marriage, gays have always had the righto get married, heck they could of had a friend ordained and married and just witnessed it in their/a family bible. What they could not do was enjoy the state benefits without state permission to marry. However most of the benefits(except for strictly government benefits like SS, etc.) could of been handle thru trusts, contracts, etc.

When new churches are started they incorporate because they want to get tax exempt status from the government. The funny thing is, according to irs regulations they do not have to incorporate or get 501c3 status to be tax exempt.

But no one questions anything ever. We except that this is the way things are, we never look to see how things got this way or even if it is truly supposed to be this way.

Study, Study, Study.

Put down the remote, turn on some music and pick up that book. Remember, knowledge is a lot more sexy then stupidity.

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Terms of art

In order to help us understand the laws we are reading, we have to understand how they were created. To do that we need to study. Here is a link to a book to help get you started.

Statutes and statutory construction(Sutherland 1904).

Now for better understanding we want to go with older books, I have found that the newer the books, the more disinfo inside.

Studying the origins of words help us to understand what they really mean as well. This  is a helpful resource for that.

What exactly ARE terms of art you ask?

In every profession certain terms take on their own definition, apart from that which the majority of society thinks the word might mean. Hence the fact that we have law dictionaries that contain a lot of the same words as Webster's.

Term of Art

A word or phrase that has special meaning in a particular context.

A term of art is a word or phrase that has a particular meaning. Terms of art abound in the law. For example, the phrase double jeopardy can be used in common parlance to describe any situation that poses two risks. In the law, Double Jeopardy refers specifically to an impermissible second trial of a defendant for the same offense that gave rise to the first trial.

Now for the definition of the word "TERM"

The reason for this definition is to help you understand how they define words that mean something different then what you think.

Irs section 7701 is the definitions page, notice that they do not define "words", they define "terms".


An expression, word, or phrase that has a fixed and known meaning in a particular art, science, or profession. A specified period of time.

Now to understand it even better, we must look to the rules of statutory construction to see what is happening.

here is two links for you to go over to help you understand how it all works...

Now looking at irs definitions page 7701.

The first thing you should notice is that they are defining TERMS and not WORDS.

(9) United States
The term “United States” when used in a geographical sense includes only the States and the District of Columbia.

Ok so you say this seems pretty plain, the states and dc. But what is a state?

(10) State
The term “State” shall be construed to include the District of Columbia, where such construction is necessary to carry out provisions of this title.

So by this definition, the term states mean dc only.

How so you say?

First it is the TERM state and not the WORD state.
Second, while the word include is a word of expansion, rules of statutory interpretation limit that expansion to words of the same class as those written.

So when we look in federal law and see that the "state" includes dc, territories,etc then that is what the word can only mean. so state means a federal territory.

Congress changed the word state in 1864, Thomas Clark's " purging America of the matrix" has a more through run down on that.

We are also given clues to this when we look thru history, for example the 1868 North Carolina inauguration speech....

In the midst of the progress of these events we are astounded by a proposition,
originated by North Carolinians, and brought before Congress under auspices calculated
to alarm us, that North Carolina, one of the original thirteen, is no longer a State, but a
territory of the United States.

Words mean everything in law, who can forget Clinton's "depends on what "is" means"?

Study hard folks.


Wednesday, March 16, 2016

What is this guy talking about?

I know some of the visitors to my blog are new to some of the information I have presented them. One of the main things people have a hard time wrapping their head around is when I say "outside of society". I hope to clear that up with this post here.

Society is make believe, we created it to serve our purpose, it does not exist without us. Imagine if you will the state you lived in, what if all the buildings vanished? The state would still exist, we would just rebuild. Now imagine if all the people vanished, then the state would be gone.

The legal definition of "state" is people in a general area with defined borders. Now we have to remember that the borders are imaginary as well. If you drive to your state line there is no line in the earth.

Now some people do not believe there is a social contract, but that is false. There has been a social contract for every society known to man. It would be impossible to form a society without the members binding themselves together. How would the group makes rules and enforce them if no one was under obligation to perform?

Now you say, "but I was born into this society, I had no choice". Sadly you would be mistaken. While it is true that while you are a minor you take on the citizenship of the place you were born or your parents citizenship, when you reach the age of majority staying in your birth country and accepting benefits for those members of that society is your consent to the social contract.

Now when we enter society we give up our natural rights for civil rights, what rights we give up depends upon the society we live in or create. China's citizens have different civil rights then us here, but make no mistake, both citizens outside of their legal "society" have the same natural rights.

Americans are not the only men and women with rights no matter what daddy government told you. Natural rights are rights that you would have if alone on an island, anything after that could be considered a civil right, granted and regulated by law. All of the bill of rights are civil rights, not existing outside of society, but some mimic natural rights. The second amendment mimics the right to defend yourself with whatever means necessary. Freedom of speech is of course a natural right, but members of society have allowed the regulation of it, and the licensing(FCC)of it.

So remember, ANY and EVERY society has obligations and loss of natural rights for civil rights, it is the only way society can work. And while I myself do not need to be governed, there are a host of folks out there who need big government and then some.

If someone has questions feel free to leave a comment or email @

Monday, March 14, 2016

Outside of society, why most legal researchers are mistaken.

Doing the type of research I am doing, runs me across the whole spectrum of folks at different stages of their learning. While I do thank them for being brave enough to open their mind to questions, most of them still have this base belief that citizens of the states were free.

This is just not the case at all. When a free man enters into a society, be it a state or national government, he gives up his rights for privileges and immunities. These are also known by the term civil rights, the term civil meaning from the government.

For us we have to look no further then article 4 of the articles of confederation,

 Article IV.  The better to secure and perpetuate mutual friendship and intercourse among the people of the different states in this union, the free inhabitants of each of these states, paupers, vagabonds and fugitives from Justice excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several states; and the people of each state shall have free ingress and regress to and from any other state, and shall enjoy therein all the privileges of trade and commerce, subject to the same duties, impositions and restrictions as the inhabitants thereof respectively, provided that such restrictions shall not extend so far as to prevent the removal of property imported into any state, to any other State of which the Owner is an inhabitant; provided also that no imposition, duties or restriction shall be laid by any state, on the property of the united states, or either of them.

Notice in the second sentence that the free inhabitants are excepted from being entitled to the same privileges and immunities that free citizens(oxymoron) are. This is legally sound as people not in society do not have the same political rights and civil rights as members of that society.

Man is only free in nature, trying to say you are a state citizen or state national, or are domiciled in the Texas republic is not going to make you free. Why you ask?  Well because you are just switching your allegiance to another Fiction society. And in any society we find members split up into classes called statuses ( Hoebel "man in the primitive world"  )

These statuses are used today in our own system of law, for example the word "person" is a status.

A person is a man with a status, a man with no status or  no legal personality is NOT a person. To confirm that our governments system of law does not apply to free men, just look thru the law nd fnd ANY statute that mentions MAN. The only thing you will find is that ALL law deals with PERSON.

Even as a state citizen before the 14th amendment there was laws passed and enforced against state citizens by their respective governments. The citizens of the state were members of the body politic/corporate of the state and thus OBLIGATED to obey the laws.

Remember that free men and women do not need a government to rule over them.

One of the quotes they like to use states that the sovereign power came to the people, but they had no one to govern but themselves.

The reason they had no one to govern is because it is impossible to govern someone who does not have to listen to you because you can not punish him for not listening.

I hope this helps clear this up for some of you, and keeps you from going to jail.

Friday, March 11, 2016

Common misconceptions that distort our view.

 You have heard me talk about the power that beliefs have over us, but what beliefs do we hold that help distort reality for us? What part of our reality is not real? Below I will list some of the most commonly held beliefs of americans that are false.

1. That citizens are free
2. They were born in the united states(most are not)
3. That they live in the united states(most do not)
4. That the constitution gives or protects rights for anyone but federal citizens.
5. That the bill of rights is the unalienable rights Jefferson spoke of in the declaration.
6. That you have to be a citizen because you live here.
7. That they own private property
8. That federal reserve notes are money
9. That banks loan money
10. That voting will fix a system that is not broke(just your understanding of it).
11. That domicile is a geographical status instead of a political one.
12. That the government is the publics servant.
13. They think they understand what rights are, based off what the government told them about the bill of rights.

I could go on, but these right here are some of the biggest beliefs americans hold that are all 100% false. Most of the information to debunk these beliefs are right on this blog, the others are easily found online after you tame the confirmation bias.