The Bill of Rights acknowledge (they do not grant rights but remind the Federal Government that we have these at birth) that the individual has all the same benefits that a Sovereign nation has. The citizen is a sovereign state that bands together in a greater State which in turns allies itself with other greater States to form a Sovereign Nation. As a Sovereign Citizen I have the rights to all the tools and privileges that were historically only allowed to Nations. I have the right to unrestricted speech, the tools of defense and police, private property, equal access to courts to settle disputes between other sovereign citizens, and on and on. I also have all the attendant responsibilities and consequences that go along with wielding this power. What the Federal Government and to some extent the Greater States have ignored (I do not believe that they have forgotten because they are constantly being reminded) is that the Sovereign Citizen loans its power to them and the power is our right, not theirs. They are our subjects and serfs not the other way around.
If more people not only understood that, but exercised that things would be a lot different.
@#1 The first thing we should do to those ends is to stop referring to them as “Government Officials” and instead change that phrase to Governmental Servants”. The whole idea of being an “Official” has gone to their heads.
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