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Two Classes of (c)Citizenship

Posted: 17th December 2019 by admin in Citizen vs. Free Inhabitant

The 1901 Downes vs Bidwell decision and later the 1945 Hooven & Allison Co. vs Evatt decision addressed the latter two classes of (c)Citizenship:  A TERRITORIAL citizen has no rights. A TERRITORIAL citizen is, simply, SUBJECT to The Congress. A SUBJECT IS A SLAVE.    A state Citizen, on the other hand, is also subject to the Congress, BUT, with a Stipulation: ”  A state Citizen has […]

Is there a difference between being an American and a U.S. citizen, in your opinion? Michael Edward, Facilitator at (2005-present)Answered Dec 19, 2018 YOU WON’T LIKE THIS, HOWEVER I QUOTE THE LAW AND AM NOT INTERESTED IN WHAT YOU FANTASIZE . . . U.S. Citizenship The US citizen A US citizen does not have any rights. […]

((Focus on the red letters below. “American” is by right, “US citizen” is consent to subjection, governance, by congressional written law. Oral oath is the only way there. One can only be a US citizen by birth until the age of 18 “if” their parents were US citizens, then one must take the oath personally, […]

8 U.S.C. § 1401 : US Code – Section 1401: Nationals and citizens of United States at birth –  The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United States at birth: (a) a person born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof; (b) a person born in the United States to […]

Article I-25     Constitution of the State of Nebraska (1866 to present) Rights of property; no discrimination; aliens. There shall be no discrimination between citizens of the United States in respect to the acquisition, ownership, possession, enjoyment or descent of property. The right of aliens in respect to the acquisition, enjoyment and descent of property may […]

Four (4) Classes of Citizenship in America 1. Nebraskan (State Citizen, highest form, on the land by right, owns land (home), not property (resident). Right to do all except violate another mans rights. Inhabits land that is private, land not owned by United States ) Property is that which one has a right to, not […]

Federal citizenship is a municipal franchise domiciled in the District of Columbia.  Murphy v. Ramsey, 114 U.S. 15 (1885) (the political rights of federal citizens are franchises (dependent) which they hold as privileges (dependent) at the legislative discretion (dependent) of Congress). Independence does not lie in the US system, unlike what the US schools drill in us from K to the 12th […]

Only US Citizens can register to vote in US Elections, One must be born or naturalized in the United States to qualify, If your birth certificate does not say “The United States of America” on it you were born on land not in the United States and if not naturalized into the United States you […]

When one is standing on land owned by the USA one is a temporary subject to the written laws of the US.  This changes as soon as one steps off that land. When one becomes a citizen of the US “by process” it takes “a process” to renounce citizenship. The process of becoming a US […]