PERSON PART 2
A “RESIDENT” is another state office holder.
All state residents hold an office in the state government. And now you just learned why only state residents can vote in state elections… They are members of the state corporation.
But not everyone who is a resident also holds the office of “person.”
Some residents hold the office of judge and they are not persons.
Some residents hold the office of prosecutor and they are not persons.
Some residents hold the office of police office(rs) and they are not persons.
Some residents hold the office of legislator and they are not persons.
Some residents are administrators and bureaucrats and they also are not persons.
Some residents are attorneys and they are not persons.
An attorney is a state officer of the court and is firmly part of the judicial branch. The attorneys will tell you that they are “licensed” to practice law by the state Supreme Court. Therefore, it is unlawful for any attorney to hold any position or office outside of the judicial branch. There can be no attorney legislators – no attorney mayors – no attorneys as police – no attorneys as governor. Yes, I know it happens all the time. However, this practice of multiple office holding by attorneys is prohibited by the constitution and is a felony in most states.
If you read farther in your state constitution you will find a clause stating the Separation of Powers, and will essentially read as follows:
Branches of government—The powers of the state government shall be divided into legislative, executive and judicial branches. No person belonging to one branch shall exercise any powers appertaining to either of the other branches unless expressly provided herein.
Therefore, a police officer cannot arrest a prosecutor, a prosecutor cannot prosecute a sitting judge, a judge cannot order the legislature to perform and so on.
Because these “offices” are not persons, the state will not, and cannot prosecute them. Therefore, they enjoy almost complete protection by the state in the performance of their daily duties.
This is why it is impossible to sue or file charges against most government employees. If their crimes should rise to the level where they “shock the community” and cause alarm in the people, then they will be terminated from state employment and lose their absolute protection.
If you carefully pay attention to the news, you will notice that these government employees are always terminated from their office or state employment and are then arrested, now as a common person, and charged for their crimes. Simply put, the state will not eat its own.
The reason all state residents hold an office is to enable the state to control everything. It wants to create every single office so that all areas of your life are under the complete control of the state. Each office has prescribed duties and responsibilities and all these offices are regulated and governed by the state. If you read the fine print when you apply for a state license or privilege you will see that you must sign a declaration that you are in fact a “resident” of that state.
“Person” is a subset of resident. Judge is a subset of resident. Legislator and police officer are subsets of resident. If you hold any office in the state, you are a resident and subject to all legislative decrees in the form of statutes.
They will always say that we are free men. But they will never tell you that the legislatively created offices that you are occupying are not free.
They will only say, “All men are free,” because that is a true statement.
What they do not say is, that holding any state office binds free men into slavery for the state. They are ever ready to trick you into accepting the state office of “person,” and once you are filling that office, you cease to be free men. You become regulated creatures, called persons, totally created by the legislature. You will hear “free men” mentioned all the time, but you will never hear about “free persons.”
If you build your life in an office created by the legislature, it will be built on shifting sands. The office can be changed and manipulated at any time to conform to the whims of the legislature. When you hold the office of “person” created by the legislature, your office isn’t fixed. Your duties and responsibilities are ever changing. Each legislative session binds a “person” to ever more burdens and requirements in the form of more rules, laws, statutes and of course, taxes.