Are you a 14th amendment Federal Citizen?

In American Sovereign on March 16, 2011 at 10:36 am

Hello JR,

The Civil War and the 14th Amendment changed the whole American landscape. It was never contemplated by the Founding Fathers that the federal government would begin to create its own citizens.

Approximately 3.5 million freed black slaves were “absorbed” or “incorporated” into the 14th Amendment beginning with the so-called ratification of the 14th Amendment in 1868. Then 200,000 Chinese coolies (endentured unskilled workers)
were brought from China to help build the transcontinental railroad. The Chinese coolies were treated as virtual slaves, as expenables. As non-Whites, they were added to the federal government’s growing list of “federal citizens”. Following the Chinese coolies, the treaties with Spain and Mexico brought the Hispanics in the Western Territories into the 14th Amendment and made them “federal citizens”. All the Europeans and those from eastern Europe who came through Ellis Island were added to the 14th Amendment. The remaining American population (the White people) were not “absorbed” or “incorporated” into or brought under the 14th Amendment until the 1930s. This was accomplished by the federal government “inviting” or “enticing” the rest of the American people to participate in federal programs, such as the 1932 Agricultural Adjustment Act) — farmers and ranchers were paid NOT to plant crops or raise various animals, by handing out subsidies — and by more than 90 percent of the adult population signing up to participate in the Social Security Act of 1935. Now there is what is legally called “a universally applied presumption in the law” that ALL Americans are 14th Amendment “federal citizens” more commonly known as “citizens of the United States (government)” and as mere “residents” in or among the serveral States of the union. “Residency” is a commercial term. Such U.S. citizens exist totally in privilege. They have indirect access to the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. They receive “procedural due process” which means merely administrative due process. They are NOT recognized as having inherent Unalienable Rights and are NOT accorded Substantive Due Process in the courts. They are treated as “creatures of Congress” and are under federal protection at all times and in all places they may sojourn, especially when they are “away from home”, meaning their home is Washington, D.C. They carry federal jurisdiction with them wherever they “reside”. The 14th Amendment applies to the original freed slaves, their progenitors, and others similarly situated. In terms of the present time, 2011, the 14th Amendment applies to not more than 15 percent of the U.S. population. It is being improperly and unconstitutionally applied to ALL Americans as a “universally applied presumption in the law”. However, it is a REBUTTABLE presumption. Unfortunately, very few prople are aware of this REBUTTABILITY and fail to challenge the presumption and correctly establish their STATUS and STANDING in the courts and administative agencies.

I hope this helps you understand why there can be no “returning to the original united States of America” until a critical mass of We the People correct our Status and Standing. There is a very old English maxim that says: Can a slave or serf challenge or criticize his Master? No, he cannot. He lacks standing to do so.

Please note: Unalienable Rights are endowments from Heaven. As Thomas Jefferson stated so eloquently in the Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men (and women) are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain (means absolute and infinite) unalienable Rights, that among these (means unlimited in extent) are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness (refers to ownership of property, that is, private property).

Yours in God-given Life and Liberty,

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