I have taken on the task of trying to consolidate everything to date for you. It’s a long article and I don’t want to be bombarded with questions of “How do I…..?” — I want you all to sit down, look at the situation described, and begin figuring things out. Just be quiet, take it all in, and think, think, think—- for yourselves. This is the first step toward being free of all this B.S. —- recognize how arbitrary, false, and silly most of this is, like a children’s game played in deadly earnest by adults. Unfortunately, most Americans have been playing Chess while their employees have been playing Parcheesi — which requires you to learn the new game, which then ultimately allows you to either (1) win the game, and/or (2) flip the table and play whatever game you want to play. They can make you play Parcheesi or you can make them play Chess–after all, they are your employees.
Our identity has been stolen. That resulted in us being reclassified as “US citizens” — as if we were government employees or as if we had been born in Puerto Rico.
This then affected our ability to own land in the states, because “foreigners” can’t actually live here, they can only “reside” here.
Instead, foreigners can have a long-term lease here and be tenants.
So that is how you are identified —
as a tenant on your own land, with the State of Whatever as your landlord. Because you are misidentified in the public record, your land holdings are also misidentified and placed into one of three categories: residential, industrial, or agricultural, when your land of any sort should be classified as private property.
As long as you and your land are both misidentified, you will be taken for a “tax payer” and as a “subscriber” and as a “public vessel” and as a “resident” and everything you think of as yours will in fact be owned by and controlled by an organization of interlopers calling themselves the “State of Oregon” or the “State of Michigan”.
First order of business then, is to get yourself back into the right category, and identify yourself as an American state national, not a “US citizen”.