How confident are you in your freedom?
You might be very confident. Or you might be very cautious, being well aware of the fact that most public employees, agents, and politicians are out to defraud the people (something that’s starting to become common knowledge these days). Exploiting you in every way they can, so you can pay for a big chandelier to put in their mansion.
Either way, I’ve put together these ten tips on how to protect yourself from public exploitation, so you can have a better idea of how you can maintain your freedom and integrity as an American.
So lets get started..
TIP #1: KNOW THE LAW!
There is nothing worse than trying to defend yourself and preserve your rights as an American if you don’t know what they are, and you’ve already forfeited them by unknowingly entering into a commercial contract with a corporate agent who has, with various techniques of intimidation and mind control, coerced you into committing fraud.
Some of my previous articles may help you develop a better understanding of exactly how it is that you are being coerced into committing fraud:
Take note that i emphasized as an American. This is because “UNITED STATES” citizens do not have rights. Factually only corporations can “reside” in the “UNITED STATES” and NOT living entities. This is why claiming “U.S. citizenship” is fraud. Only Sovereign American Nationals have the rights which we hear so much about.
If you are confused right now, you have a lot to learn. But don’t worry! I’m here to help you! Chew on this:
“When a waive-able right or claim is involved, the failure to make a reservation thereof, causes a loss of the right, and bars its assertion at a later date.” (UCC 1-308.9)
Here’s a link to the rest of the UCC:
If you don’t want to do all of that reading, and you want all the important laws pointed out for you, there is not a better guide to American law than The Sovereign Citizen’s Handbook.
Stay tuned for TIP #2!
If you would like to follow my blog and be notified whenever i post a new article, just click the follow button, located in the bottom right-hand corner of every page, and enter your email address.
©Jumpin Jack Ca$h™