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The Death of the Birth Certificate

by Jaro Henry Smith

Killing a Birth Certificate should be easy, since there was deception involved. When your parent signed it, he thought you would be a natural-born state Citizen, one of the People of your state. But instead, this twisted deception made you a federal citizen, which is a citizen of the federal zone. Remember, the 14th Amendment makes you a US citizen ONLY when you’re subject to jurisdiction of United States. The United States is 1 of 51 state sovereigns in this country, with jurisdiction ONLY over the federal zone, i.e. the Washington DC and territories, so it has no jurisdiction over people in states of the Union (the 50 sovereign states). They can only claim such jurisdiction if you admit to it, or by use of federal ZIP codes.

When your parent signed the BC, there was no meeting of minds, since she was trying to secure for you Citizenship in the Republic, but instead it took you away from the republic and made you a federal citizen of a ‘democracy.’ Your parent, or now you, can rescind that signature on the birth certificate because of deception, or at the very least, a misunderstanding.

On top of that, you can simply rescind that signature simply because you don’t want to be a US citizen. That’s because you didn’t sign that BC, that your parent did it on your behalf, which makes it binding upon you, but only as long as you’re a minor. When you become an adult, you have a choice what to sign, and you can exercise that choice regarding the BC as well, by rescinding the signature as if it was yours.

And if they give you any bull*hit that you can’t expatriate when in US, that’s just a smokescreen since by rescinding that signature, you’re not expatriating, just ending your corporate US citizenship. You are a natural-born state Citizen by birth, and federal US citizen by the BC. When you cancel that BC, the hospital record of birth will be your proof of natural-born state Citizenship. Alternatively, you can show them your Declaration of Domicile, which puts you OUTSIDE of the federal United States, on the land of a state of the Union, so technically you ARE outside of United States, and so can expatriate your federal/corporate US citizenship and retain your dejure USA Citizenship.

Now I’m not suggesting that everyone should kill their BC, just showing a way to kill it for those who’d eventually want to return to the Republic, when you get tired of the corporate Democracy crap.

Here’s a Declaration of Domicile:

Jaro Henry Smith, sui juris

Main Street 1422

Costa Mesa, Orange county

California, U.S.A.

Phone: 714-531-3450

PUBLIC                                                                                   

THIS IS A PUBLIC COMMUNICATION TO ALL             

Notice to agent is notice to principals

Notice to principal is notice to agents

Applies to all successors and assigns

All are without excuse

Declaration of Domicil

I, Jaro of the family Smith, a natural man, hereby make this declaration of domicil that I am making for the purpose of establishing my California domicil in accordance with the California Constitution and laws of the United States of America, and state as follows:

I hereby declare that I have had and maintained the place of my domicil on land of Orange county, California (a state of the Union), since the year  _______.

My current home and domicil is on land of Orange county, California (a state of the Union), and within the  home being my place of abode and domicil; and having the following physical location:

Main street 1422

Costa Mesa, California

United States of America

which home I recognize and intend to have and maintain as my permanent home and domicil and if I have or obtain another house or houses in some other state or states of the Union, I hereby declare that the above-described house in California constitutes my predominant and principal home, and that I intend to continue it permanently as such.

I was formerly domiciled since the year ________, in a home on land of Orange county, California, at

Bushard street 542

Stanton, California

United States of America

I have not maintained, during said times, any house outside of California, a state of the Union.

I hereby declare that, pursuant to the foregoing, I am domiciled on land of Orange county, California and am not: a “resident” of the State of California, a “citizen of the United States” or a “U.S citizen. Furthermore I declare that I am NOT located in, or resident of, any area that is subject to jurisdiction of the United States, but am domiciled on the land of a state of the Union. All unalienable rights of the undersigned are hereby reserved.

Please note that there are no ZIP codes and two-letter State abbreviations in states of the Union. Those designate federal areas and not areas in states of the Union, therefore mail sent to address with those federal designations, will NOT reach me. You must send your communications to my domicil location, EXACTLY as printed above.

As section 602 1.3 e(2) of the USPS Domestic Mail Manual declares, ZIP codes are NOT required: “Unless required above, ZIP Codes may be omitted from single-piece price First-Class Mail (including Priority Mail), single-piece price Parcel Post, and pieces bearing a simplified address.”

Executed on this ______ day of  _____________, 2012. Signed ___________________________, sui juris.

On land of state of the Union: _____________________________   _______________________ county

NOTARY PUBLIC

Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public, by the above-signed Jaro Henry Smith,

 

This ______________ day of _____________________, 2012

 

MY COMMISSION EXPIRES:_______________         ______________________________

Notary Public

Because You Never Know What Stupid Rule is Coming

by Simon Black

schoolhouse rockWhen I was a kid, I remember watching that Schoolhouse Rock cartoon about how a bill becomes a law. That single cartoon probably brainwashed three generations of children into believing in the checks and balances fantasy of the US federal government.

The reality is what we see everywhere today– self-regulating, self-legislating executive agencies with nearly unlimited scope and authority. Even the most mundane offices within the Fish and Wildlife Service can confiscate people’s private property without any judicial oversight.

These agencies can also conjure new rules out of thin air, all on their own, that have the same weight and effect as laws. In fact, Regulations.gov shows that there have been nearly 500 newly posted regulations or proposals just in the last week… and roughly 6,000 over the past 90-days. Truly mind-numbing.

One of these new proposals has come from our friendly neighborhood regulators at the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).

As you’re probably aware, FinCEN is a bureau of the Treasury Department that overseas the ridiculous post-9/11 regulatory environment; there are oodles of regulations that have obliged bankers to nitpick every last detail of new customers’ lives when someone wants to open an account.

These requirements are called “KYC” or “Know Your Customer” rules… but in actuality, they have nothing to do with knowing your customer. Knowing your customer is sitting down and having a chat… talking about their families, their kids, their life experiences. The same sort of stuff you’d do if you were getting to know anyone in general.

KYC policies, on the other hand, are nothing more than burying customers under mountains of paperwork and forcing them to jump through ridiculous administrative hoops for the sake of “the folks upstairs in the compliance department.”

The net effect is that it’s more difficult to open any form of financial account, just about everywhere in the world. Naturally, they claim it’s all for the benefit of ‘fighting terrorism,’ but this is total nonsense.

Making bank customers submit to reams of paperwork ‘fights terrorism’ about as much as fondling little old ladies at the airport… or authorizing the military detention of US citizens on US soil.

Yet in a 37-page draft released only days ago, FinCEN spelled out new requirements that it intends to implement in order to ‘fight terrorism’. The agency attacked everything from financial intermediaries to nominee managers and shareholders, to the use of shelf companies.

FinCEN’s proposed changes would increase the burden, not only to financial institutions, but also to customers opening new accounts.

For example, FinCEN wants all new customers to explicitly forecast what the monthly inflows and outflows will be when opening an account. Any deviation from this forecast will require the banker to submit a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR).

Now, anyone who has ever started a business knows that forecasts are for finance wonks. It’s extraordinarily difficult for entrepreneurs (or investors, for that matter) to make accurate predictions, especially for startups. There’s simply too much uncertainty.

Needless to say, it’s unlikely that anyone at FinCEN making up these rules has ever run a business before. In their bubble reality, everyone should be able to accurately forecast bank balances, and anything to the contrary is ‘suspicious’.

The really crazy part about all of this is that FinCEN has the authority to implement these rules all on its own. There will be no Congressional Debate, no Presidential signature… simply a short waiting period until the final version is published in the Federal Register and becomes part of the Code.

Afterwards, they’ll push the same rules down the throats of every major banking jurisdiction around the world, making it much more onerous to open a bank account anywhere.

Opening a foreign bank account is perhaps the single most important first step in international diversification. It moves a portion of your savings abroad to a jurisdicition overseas that your thieving home government does not control. It can diversify your money out of a failing currency… and most importantly, the foreign bank might actually be solvent!

FinCEN is taking steps to make it much more difficult.

The sheer volume of so many new regulations, and the velocity with which they are spawned, should be a stark reminder that the time to take action is now. Tomorrow may bring yet another stupid rule that will make it more difficult, or impossible, to do what you’ve been putting off today.

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