Monday, August 29, 2016

Understanding WHAT you are....... citizen.

Many of us have come to accept that we are citizens, citizens of the united states. But how many of us know what that means? How many of us have researched the word citizen? What are the duties/obligations of citizenship? What "rights" do we have and of what nature are these "rights"? Do citizens have the unalienable rights that Jefferson spoke of? Is it the bill of unalienable rights?

I have many posts already on this blog dealing with just these issues. The facts we should take away from this information is that citizens in any capacity are subjects. Subjects are slaves, forever to obey whatever their rulers tell them is "law". Now as usual, I don't expect folks to believe me, the government has spent A LOT of time and money to make you believe that you are free and the government is your servant.

This belief is not true, it never has been and never will be. The very nature of a fictional society can only work if the government has people it can GOVERN, it is impossible to govern people who do not have to obey your laws. This is basic common sense here folks, no Phd needed to understand how societies work.

I have compiled some quotes for you to show you that our leaders/founders not only understood this, but this was the plan all along.

"In any

and every point of view in which I am able to consider the

subject, Allegiance, in this country, is due to the government of

the people. I have, heretofore, and I shall use throughout this

opinion, the term Allegiance, because it is the one most commonly

used to denote the duty of the citizen to the government."
And just what is this duty to the government?
"but I will passingly remark
that the government may, under the authority of the Constitution, demand of the citizen the surrender of the last dollar
•which he possesses, and to peril his life in its defence, if the
public good requires"
BOTH quotes above are from the book of allegiance, (south Carolina court reporter) 1834
1st quote page 214, 2nd quote page 233, both from the judge's opinion's.
And just why does a citizen owe his last dollar or his life in defense of the country?
Take this quote from James Kent on American law in 1826....
“And if, at common law, all human beings born within the ligeance of the King, and under the King’s obedience, were natural-born subjects, and not aliens, I do not perceive why this doctrine does not apply to these United States, in all cases in which there is no express constitutional or statute declaration to the contrary. . . . Subject and citizen are, in a degree, convertible terms as applied to natives, and though the term citizen seems to be appropriate to republican freemen, yet we are, equally with the inhabitants of all other countries, subjects, for we are equally bound by allegiance and subjection to the government and law of the land.”

James Kent, COMMENTARIES ON AMERICAN LAW, pg. 258 (1826)
I also hate to break it to all the state nationals/state citizens, ALL governments require subjection, they were no more free as state citizens then as federal US citizens.
Lets follow their reasoning for a minute......

 State v. Manuel, 20 NC 122: "the term 'citizen' in the United States, is analogous to the term `subject' in common law; the change of phrase has resulted from the change in government."
"A citizen of the United States is a citizen of the federal government ..."
Kitchens v. Steele, 112 F.Supp 383
"The persons declared to be citizens are, "All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof." The evident meaning of these last words is not merely subject in some respect or degree to the jurisdiction of the United States,
but completely subject..."
Elk v. Wilkins, 112 US 94, 101, 102 (1884)
So what this says to me, is that a US citizen is a subject of the federal government.
so the classes in America are now this...
last: Citizens/subjects; Have to obey federal government, pay for the whole deal, low class of benefits that most are shamed if they take.
middle class: Federal employees; Paid to obey, tons more benefits then the lower class, mostly paid for by lower class.
upper class: Government and benefactors of government regulations/laws; Pay for nothing, insider information on all aspects of life, above the laws the lower two classes are subject too. 
I was going to include citizens rights in this post, but I will save it for part 2, this alone will be a little much for most of your beliefs to handle.
I do however want to leave you with a link to one of my other posts, to help enlighten you about the role you play in relation to the government...
Enjoy citizen!


  1. Whats up with the small typing? My goodness.

  2. Randall, so the term, "citizen" means... Municipal, Territorial, AND Federal

    1. It means subject to a sovereign, and it means they belong to a civil society. Member/citizen of a society.