The FBI makes me giggle

Last week, the FBI released a statement about domestic terrorism referring to the “sovereign citizen” extremist movement as a threat to security. I will entertain the fact that they are only a threat to those who want to impose their corporate rule. I just have a questions regarding their statement found below:

http://www.fbi.gov/page2/april10/sovereigncitizens_041310.html

Sovereign citizens are not anti-government. The government either works for them to uphold personal contracts or they are indifferent to the government because those that are creditors, who conduct their business in the jurisdiction A the private or the republic, do not care for what goes on the jurisdiction B, the public, also known as the democracy because it is a fictitious place where everything is free – it doesn’t exist. In fact, those who are sovereign creditors are not anti-tax, these people have friendly relations with the IRS or the CRA because these organizations work for them. Creditors receive tax money to benefit everyone. Are the FBI referring to those supposed sovereigns who behave as debtors? They need to make a better distinction.

“They are separate or “sovereign”from the United States” Perhaps they think this because they realize that the United States is a corporation with a de facto government originally bought by England after the revolutionary war?

“For example, many sovereign citizens don’t pay their taxes.” Sure, because those that are sovereign creditors receive tax dollars because they manage their not-for-profit corporations.

“They use fake money orders, personal checks, and the like at government agencies, banks and business” Not necessarily, creditors know the power of the pen and how to use real negotiable instruments like accepting and returning for value. They may use their private assets to chip away at the national debt and balance books. Also, what is money? Is it not a promise to pay? Your signature is worth far
more than any bill in circulation because your body is owned by the state and in exchange you were given to ability to write off debt.

“Commit murder and physical assault?” Don’t non-sovereign citizens commit murder and physical assault? In fact, are there not many more people out there who are not sovereign so to propose that sovereigns are more likely to commit murder and physical assault is hogwash? Where is there proof? This is a big statement on the FBI’s part, sovereign creditors are about giving to the world, not destroying it. Is this antithetical to being a sovereign?

“Threaten judges, law enforcement professions, and government personnel” Perhaps if the sovereign is acting like a debtor – but debtors aren’t sovereigns. The sovereign creditor always bringing solutions. They have unlimited commercial potential so they always bring remedy. Creditors remain in honor by conditionally accepting offers which extinguishes conflict.

“Impersonate police officers?” No, they will behave as peace officers to uphold the peace as it is our duty to do so.
“Impersonate diplomats?” Perhaps its difficult for the people to distinguish sovereigns from diplomats…is it a problem?

“White-collar scams, including mortgage fraud and so-called “redemption” schemes…what about banking and mortgages? Is there full disclosure? Creditors
seek to know the maritime-admiralty law and apply it with due diligence in order to make everyone including the banks happy…why? Because they always pay.

Can the FBI come up with something better? Unless they are just scared of debtors I still do not understand why the FBI refers to this as the Sovereign CITIZENS movement. Black’s law (9th ed.) defines sovereign as “1. a person, body or state vested with independent and supreme authority”. Are they afraid of people becoming their own independent and supreme authority?

Perhaps…but how is a citizen defined? “A person who, by either birth or naturalization, is a member of a political community, owing allegiance to the community and being entitled to enjoy all its civil rights and protections; a member of the civil state, entitled to all its privileges”. Are sovereigns citizens? Maybe they exist in the public but their power is discovered in the private world. If men and women were to discover jurisdiction A they too will realize their potential to transform jurisdiction B very quickly into the world they’ve been dreaming of. Who are we? What are we citizens of? Are we a global community or not? Is the idea of scarcity hold us back? Are we citizens because we have been berthed? In exchange for title to our body did they not give us an instrument to discharge debt?

I can’t imagine how the FBI is after sovereign creditors because they are responsible and are paying back the national debt. They are the ones who are working to prevent foreign creditors from coming to our land to collect the debts which appear to be our bodies.

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2 responses to “The FBI makes me giggle

  1. I like how you’ve managed to funnel the idea of sovereign into a few paragraphs while juxtaposing the both sides of the argument, great job.

    What is still lingering is evidence of individuals who can be named publicly and are factually remunerating themselves via the system of codes with the stroke of their pens.

    • This is so old I wonder if anyone will see this but I’m curious what any proponents of the system layed out by Brandon Alexander Adams think about all this since his recent loss in court. I lean towards agreeing with that line of thinking but following through on it seems like a good way to see the inside of a prison right or wrong.

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