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 Rights.   A State Citizen enjoys The Congress ‘…bound by the chains of the constitution’ when legislating over the state citizen.  A state Citizen is differentiated from a territorial citizen in writing by the capitalization of the letter “C” in Citizenship for a state Citizen and the use of lower case for the territorial citizenship in legal writings.

The *American class is NOT a class of citizenship and is NEVER discussed by government today.  The *American class has Rights provided by YaHuWaH, The All Mighty ONE, Whom our Founding Fathers called ‘Providence’.


EVERYTHING, you think about that relates to ‘freedom’ is ensconced in these people.

Sovereignty was first recognized by the high Court in this case.


SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, 2 U.S. 419; 1 L. Ed. 440; 1793 U.S.

LEXIS 249; 2 Dall. 419

“To the Constitution of the United States the term SOVEREIGN, is totally unknown.  There is but one place where it could have been used with propriety.   But, even in that place it would not, perhaps, have comported with the delicacy of those, who ordained [***86] and established that Constitution.  They might have announced themselves “SOVEREIGN” people of the United States: But serenely conscious of the fact, they avoided the ostentatious declaration.”

“As the State has claimed precedence of the people; so, in the same inverted course of things, the Government has often claimed precedence of the State; and to this perversion in the Second degree, many of the volumes of confusion concerning sovereignty owe their existence.”

Sovereignty was defined and those who are sovereign were identified by this case; and, it is the standing law on sovereignty today.

Supreme Court in DRED SCOTT v. JOHN F. A. SANDFORD, 60 U.S. 393 (1857), where the High Court stated, in relevant part:  “…The words “people of the United States” and “citizens” are synonymous terms, and mean the same thing.   They both describe the political body who, according to our republican institutions, form the sovereignty, and who hold the power and conduct the Government through their representatives.  They are what we familiarly call the ‘sovereign people’, and every citizen is one of this people, and a constituent member of this sovereignty…”

“It is true, every person, and every class and description of persons,  who were AT THE TIME OF THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION recognized as citizens in the several States, BECAME ALSO CITIZENS OF THIS POLITICAL BODY; BUT NONE OTHER; IT WAS FORMED BY THEM, AND FOR THEM AND THEIR POSTERITY, BUT FOR NO ONE ELSE.  And the personal rights and privileges guarantied to citizens of this new sovereignty were intended to embrace those only who were then members of the several   State communities, or who should afterwards by birthright or otherwise become members,  according to the provisions of the Constitution and the  principles on which it was founded.” (emphasis added) Scott v. Sanford, 60 U.S. 393, at 406.

Even the States recognize this sovereignty.

R. W. Kemper v. The State,


63 Tex. Crim. 1; 138 S.W. 1025; 1911 Tex. Crim. App.


“The rule in America is that the American people are the sovereign, and in them is lodged all power, and the agencies of government possess no authority save that which is delegated to them by the people…”.

Also, see Perry v. United States,

294 US 330, 353 (1935), “The Congress as the instrumentality of sovereignty is endowed with certain powers to be exerted on behalf of the people in the manner and with the effect the Constitution ordains.  The Congress cannot invoke the sovereign power of the people to override their will as thus declared.”

So, what is the big picture here?

When we were Colonists and then formed the various states of The Union, we recognized that ‘