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How Did Government Enslave You With Words?

Here you'll learn by what medium of words and language government took all U.S. citizens as chattel collateral, payment for their third bankruptcy debt (March 6, 1933-June 5, 1933) to the international banking cartel. Below that you'll unearth the DTSS Membership Program comparisons.

Legalese

All government legislation and documents such as the Constitution(s) are written in legalese, words of art, usually by attorneys. Legalese: the specialized language of the legal profession. In other words, the definitions of numerous words used in their codes and statutes, etc. has entirely different meaning then what we were taught in schools.

As part of their sturdy foundation, our programs rely upon comprehending legalese, as well as portions of the laws, acts, codes, and statutes below which are explained as needed in your program:

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Trust
Civil
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B. O. E. A.
S. C. D.
F. D. C. P. A.
F. C. B. A.
F. C. R. A.
U. C. C.
T. I. L. A.
G. A. A. P.

Citizen

Citizen: In general. A member of a free city or jural society, (civitas) possessing all the rights and privileges which can be enjoyed by any person under its constitution and government, and subject to the corresponding duties.

In American law. One who, under the constitution and laws of the United States, or of a particular state, and by virtue of birth or naturalization within the jurisdiction, is a member of the political community, owing allegiance and being entitled to the enjoyment of full civil rights. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Editions

Citizen: One who, under the Constitution and laws of the United States, or of a particular state, is a member of the political community, owing allegiance and being entitled to the enjoyment of full civil rights. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. U.S. Constitution 14th Amendment. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th, and 6th Editions

Citizen: 1. 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. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Citizen: One who has acquired citizenship by birth, naturalization, or other lawful means; in a popular but nonethless appropriate sense of the term, one who by birth, naturalization, or other means, is a member of an independent political society. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Citizen: persons. One who under the constitution and laws of the United States, has a right to vote for representatives in congress and other public officers, and who is qualified to fill offices in the gift of the people. Citizens are either native or naturalized. Native citizens may fill any office; naturalized citizens may be elected or appointed to any office under the constitution of the United States, except the office of president. The constitution provides, that "the citizens of each state shall be entitled to all the prvileges and immunities of citizens in the several states." - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

When you examine the words used in the definition of citizen, you see they used "privileges," which are granted by a government. They used "person," which means corporation. They used "constitution," which means bankruptcy compact. They used "subject," which means the person or thing. So, there's no doubt a citizen is not free.

You are NOT a statutory "citizen of the United States" described in 26 C.F.R. § 1.6012-1(a), who has a requirement to file a federal income tax return. The "United States" described therein is defined in 26 U.S.C. § 7701(a)(9) and (a)(10) and includes no de jure state of the Union.

Once you correct your status you are no longer a U.S. citizen. You return to being a state citizen, or state national.

Constitution

Compact. An agreement or contract. Usually applied to conventions between nations or sovereign states. Constitutional Convention. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition 1891

Confederation, government. The name given to that form of government which the American colonies, on shaking off the British yoke, devised for their mutual safety and government

The articles of confederation, (q. v.) were finally adopted on the 15th of November, 1777, and with the exception of Maryland, which, however, afterwards also agreed to them, were speedily adopted by the union of States, and by which they were formed into a federal body, and went into force on the first day of March, 1781; [and so remained until the adoption of the then bankruptcy constitution] which acquired the force of the supreme law of the land on the first Wednesday of March, 1789. - 5 Wheat. R. 420. Vide Articles of Confederation. - Bouvier's Law Revised, 6th Edition

The free Confederate Government went bankrupt eight years after its creation, then restructured under its then new bankruptcy compact "the Constitution for the United States of America."

Constituere. To appoint, constitute, establish, ordain, or undertake. Used principally in ancient powers of attorney, and now supplanted by the English word "constitute." - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition 1891

Constitute, contract. To empower, to authorize. In the common form of letters of attorney, these words occur, I nominate, constitute and appoint. - Bouvier's Law Revised, 6th Edition

Constitution, contracts. The constitution of a contract, is the making of the contract as the written constitution of a debt. 1 Bell’s Com. 332, 5th ed. - Bouvier's Law Revised, 6th Edition

Constitutor. In civil law. One who, by a simple agreement, becomes responsible for the payment of another's debt. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition 1891

People. A State; as, the people of the State of New York; a nation in its collective and political capacity. 4 T.R. 783. See 6 Pet. S. C. Rep. 467. - Bouvier's Law Revised, 6th Edition and Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition 1891

"We the People" means we the states, which are, or were Nations in the Republic. It does not include the living men or women, State citizens, U.S. citizens, non-resident aliens, etc.

Domicile

Domicile: That place in which a man has voluntarily fixed the habitation of himself and family, not for mere special or temporary purpose, but with the present intention of making a permanent home, until some unexpected event shall occur to induce him to adopt some other permanent home. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st and 2nd Editions

Domicile: That place in which a man has his true, fixed, and permanent home and principal establishment, and to which whenever he is absent he has the intention of returning. - Black's Law Dictionary, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Editions

Domicile: 1. The place at which a person "is" physically present and that the person regards as home; a person's true, fixed, princpal, and permanent home, to which that person intends to return and remain even though currently residing elsewhere. 2. The residence of a person or corporation for legal purposes. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th Edition

Domicile: 1. The place at which a person "has been" physically present and that the person regards as home; a person's true, fixed, princpal, and permanent home, to which that person intends to return and remain even though currently residing elsewhere. 2. The residence of a person or corporation for legal purposes. - Black's Law Dictionary, 8th, and 9th Editions

Domicile: 1. The place at which a person has been physically present and that the person regards as home; a person's true, fixed, princpal, and permanent home, to which that person intends to return and remain even though currently residing elsewhere. Domicile may be divided into (1) domicile of origin, (2) domicile of choice, and (3) domicile by operation of law. 2. The residence of a person or corporation for legal purposes. - Black's Law Dictionary, 10th Edition

Domicile: The relationship which the law creates between an individual and a particular locality or country. The place where a person has his true fixed permanent home and principal establishment, and to which place he has, whenever he is absent, the intention of returning, and from which he has no present intention of moving. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Domicile: is the place where a person has his fixed ordinary dwelling, without a present intention of removal. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

After correcting your status you cannot and do not have a domicile in the United States (domestic corporation) in order to remain in the private capacity and outside of their presumed jurisdiction.

Driver

Driver: One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle, with horses, mules, or other animals. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Driver: One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle, with horses, mules, or other animals, or a bicycle, tricycle, or motor car, though not a street railroad car. - Black's Law Dictionary, 2nd, and 3rd Editions

Driver: One employed in conducting or operating a coach, carriage, wagon, or other vehicle, with horses, mules, or other animals, or a bicycle, tricycle, or motor car, though not a street railroad car. A person actually doing driving, whether employed by owner to drive or driving his own vehicle. - Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Edition

Driver: A person actually doing driving, whether employed by owner to drive or driving his own vehicle. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th, and 6th Editions

Driver: 1. A person who steers and propels a vehicle. 2. A person who herds animals; a drover. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, and 9th Editions

Driver: 1. Someone who steers and propels a vehicle. 2. Someone who herds animals; a drover. 3. A piece of software that allows a ccomputer to work with another piece of hardware such as a mouse or printer. - Black's Law Dictionary, 10th Edition

Driver: One employed in conducting a coach, carriage, wagon or other vehicle, with horses, mules or other animals. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

National

National: Pertaining or relating to a nation as a whole; commonly applied in American law to institutions, laws, or affairs of the United States or its government, as opposed to those of the several states. - Black's Law Dictionary, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th Editions

National: A member of a nation. 2. A person owing permanent allegiance to and under the protection of a state. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th Editions

National: Pertaining to the nation that is the United States. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Person

Person: A man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place he holds entitles him, and the duties which it imposes. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Editions

Person: In general usage, a human being (I.e.: natural person), though by statutue term may include a firm, labor organizations, partnerships, asociations, corporations, legal representatives, trustees, trustees in bankruptcy, or receivers. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th, 6th Editions

Person: 1. A human being. 2. An entity (such as a corporation) that is recognized by the law as having the rights and duties of a human being. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th Edition

Person: A human being. - Black's Law Dictionary, 8th, 9th and 10th Editions

Person: This word is applied to men women and children who are called natural persons. It is also used to denote a corporation, which is an artificial person. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Person: An individual or an organization. UCC 1-201(30) An individual man, woman or child or as a general rule, a corporation. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Even after correcting your status, you must avoid using the word person with anyone working for government in order to remain in the private capacity and outside of their presumed jurisdiction.

Private Law

Private Law: As used in contradistinction to public law, the term means all that part of the law which is administered between citizen and citizen, or which is concerned with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where both the person in whom the right inheres and the person in upon whom the obligation is incident are private individuals. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Editions

Private Law: That portion of the law which defines, regulates, enforces, and administers relationships among individuals, associations, and corporations. As used in contradistinction to public law, the term means all that part of the law which is administered between citizen and citizen, or which is concerned with the definition, reputation, and enforcement of rights in cases where both the person in whom the right inheres and the person upon whom the obligation is incident are private individuals. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Editions

Private Law: 1. The body of law dealing with private persons and their property and relationships. 2. Special law. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Public Law

Public Law: That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions

Public Law: A general classification of law, consisting generally of constitutional, administrative, criminal, and international law, concerned with the state and the people who compose it, the responsibilities of public officers to the state, to each other, and to private persons, and the relations of states to one another. An act which relates to the public as a whole. It may be (1) general (applying to all persons within jurisdiction), (2) local (applying to a geographical area), or (3) special (relating to an organization which is charged with public interest).

That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. That portion of law which is concerned with political conditions; that is to say, with the powers, rights, duties, capacities, and incapacities which are peculiar to political superiors, supreme and subordinate. In one sense a designation given to international law, as distinguished from the laws of a particular nation or state. In another sense, a law or statute that applies to the people generally of the nation or state adopting or enacting it, is denominated a public law, as contradistinguished from a private law, affecting only an indivdual or small number of persons. - Black's Law Dictionary, 4th, and 5th Editions

Public Law: A general classification of law, consisting generally of constitutional, administrative, criminal, and international law, concerned with the state and the people who compose it, the responsibilities of public officers to the state, to each other, and to private persons, and the relations of states to one another. An act which relates to the public as a whole. It may be (1) general (applying to all persons within jurisdiction), (2) local (applying to a geographical area), or (3) special (relating to an organization which is charged with public interest).

That portion of law that defines rights and duties with either the operation of government, or the relationships between the government and individuals, associations, and corporations.

That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. That portion of law which is concerned with political conditions; that is to say, with the powers, rights, duties, capacities, and incapacities which are peculiar to political superiors, supreme and subordinate. In one sense a designation given to international law, as distinguished from the laws of a particular nation or state. In another sense, a law or statute that applies to the people generally of the nation or state adopting or enacting it, is denominated a public law, as contradistinguished from a private law, affecting only an indivdual or small number of persons. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition

Public Law: 1. The body of law dealing with relations between private individuals and the government, and with the structure and operation of the government itself; constitutional law, criminal law, and administrative law taken together. 2. A statute effecting the general public. - Federal public laws are first published in Statutues at Large and are eventually collected by subject in the U.S. Code. 3. Constitutional Law. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Public Law: The part of the law which is concerned with the state in its sovereign capacity, including international law and criminal law. A statute which concerns the public, as distinguished from a private act. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Public Law: That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Editions

Public Law: A general classification of law, consisting generally of constitutional, administrative, criminal, and international law, concerned with the state and the people who compose it, the responsibilities of public officers to the state, to each other, and to private persons, and the relations of states to one another. An act which relates to the public as a whole. It may be (1) general (applying to all persons within jurisdiction), (2) local (applying to a geographical area), or (3) special (relating to an organization which is charged with public interest).

That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. That portion of law which is concerned with political conditions; that is to say, with the powers, rights, duties, capacities, and incapacities which are peculiar to political superiors, supreme and subordinate. In one sense a designation given to international law, as distinguished from the laws of a particular nation or state. In another sense, a law or statute that applies to the people generally of the nation or state adopting or enacting it, is denominated a public law, as contradistinguished from a private law, affecting only an indivdual or small number of persons. - Black's Law Dictionary, 4th, and 5th Editions

Public Law: A general classification of law, consisting generally of constitutional, administrative, criminal, and international law, concerned with the state and the people who compose it, the responsibilities of public officers to the state, to each other, and to private persons, and the relations of states to one another. An act which relates to the public as a whole. It may be (1) general (applying to all persons within jurisdiction), (2) local (applying to a geographical area), or (3) special (relating to an organization which is charged with public interest).

That portion of law that defines rights and duties with either the operation of government, or the relationships between the government and individuals, associations, and corporations.

That branch or department of law which is concerned with the state in its political or sovereign capacity, including constitutional and administrative law, and with the definition, regulation, and enforcement of rights in cases where the state is regarded as the subject of the right or object of the duty, - including criminal law and criminal procedure, - and the law of the state, considered in its quasi private personality, i.e., as capable of holding or exercising rights, or acquiring and dealing with property, in the character of an individual. That portion of law which is concerned with political conditions; that is to say, with the powers, rights, duties, capacities, and incapacities which are peculiar to political superiors, supreme and subordinate. In one sense a designation given to international law, as distinguished from the laws of a particular nation or state. In another sense, a law or statute that applies to the people generally of the nation or state adopting or enacting it, is denominated a public law, as contradistinguished from a private law, affecting only an indivdual or small number of persons. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition

Public Law: 1. The body of law dealing with relations between private individuals and the government, and with the structure and operation of the government itself; constitutional law, criminal law, and administrative law taken together. 2. A statute effecting the general public. - Federal public laws are first published in Statutues at Large and are eventually collected by subject in the U.S. Code. 3. Constitutional Law. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Public Law: The part of the law which is concerned with the state in its sovereign capacity, including international law and criminal law. A statute which concerns the public, as distinguished from a private act. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Residence

Residence: Living or dwelling in a certain place permanently or for a considerable length of time. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Residence: Living or dwelling in a certain place permanently or for a considerable length of time. The place where a man makes his home, or where he dwells permanently or for an extended period of time. - Black's Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition

Residence: Living or dwelling in a certain place permanently or for a considerable length of time. The place where a man makes his home, or where he dwells permanently or for an extended period of time. One's house or dwellin. The state in which a corporation was incorporated, or county in which its princpal place of business is located, or any county wherein it does business. - Black's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Residence: A factual place of abode. Living in a particular locality. - Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Edition

Residence: Personal presence at some place of abode with no present intention of definite and early removal and with purpose to remain for undetermined period, not infrequently, but not necessarily combined with design to stay permanently. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Edition

Residence: Place where one actualyl lives or has his home; a person's dwelling place or place of habitation; an abode; house where one's home is; a dwelling house. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition

Residence: 1. The act or fact of living in a given place for some time. 2. The place where one actually lives, as adistinguished from a domicile. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Residence: A term of dual meaning, sometimes meaning a temporary, permanent, or transient character of abode; at other times meaning one's fixed abode or domicil. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Residence: The place of one's domicil. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Resident

Resident: One who has his residence in a place. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 2nd, 4th Editions

Resident: One who has his residence in a place. The term is an elastic one and may mean a person who is domiciled at a place, or a citizen, or merely one who is temporarily living at a place, or carries on business there. - Black's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Resident: Any person who occupies a dwelling within a State, has a present intent to remain within the State for a period of time, and manifests the genuineness of that intent by establishing an ongoing physical presence within the State together with indicia that his presence within the State is something other than merely transitory in nature. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th, 6th Editions

Resident: A person who has a residence in a particular place. - A resident is not necessarily either a citizen or domiciliary. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th Edition

Resident: A person who lives in a particular place. 2. A person who has a home in a particular place. - In sense 2, a resident is not necessarily either a citizen or domiciliary. - Black's Law Dictionary, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Resident: One who resides in a place. One having either legal residence or domicil - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Resident: International law, is a minister, according to diplomatic language, of a third order, less in dignity than an ambassador or an envoy. This term formerly related only to the continuance of the minister's stay, but now it is confined to ministries of this class... - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

After correcting your status you are not a resident and do not have a residence in the United States (domestic corporation) in order to remain in the private capacity and outside of their presumed jurisdiction.

Sovereignty

Sovereign: A chief ruler with supreme power; a king or other ruler with limited power. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st and 2nd Editions

Sovereign: A person, body or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested; a chief ruler with supreme power; a king or other ruler wth limited power. - Black's Law Dictionary, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Editions

Sovereign: A person, body or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested; a chief ruler with supreme power; a king or other ruler in a monarchy. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition

Sovereign: 1. A person, body or state vested with supreme authority. 2. The ruler of an independent state. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th Edition

Sovereign: adj. (Of a state) characteristic of or endowed with supreme authority, (sovereign nation) (sovereign immunity).

1. A person, body, or state vested with independent and supreme authority. 2. The ruler of an independent state. - Black's Law Dictionary, 8th, 9th and 10th Editions

Sovereign: A ruler; a king; the supreme power in a government. A gold coin of Great Britain, equivalent in value to noe pound. - Balentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Sovereign: A chief ruler with supreme power, one possessing sovereignty. It is also applied to a king or other magistrate with limited powers. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Sovereignty: The possession of sovereign power; supreme political authority; paramount control of the constitution and frame of government and its administration; the self-sufficient source of political power, from which all specific political powers are derived; the international independence of a state, combined with the right and power regulating its internal affaris without foreign dictation; also a political society "of a" state, which is sovereign and independent. - Black’s Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Sovereignty: The possession of sovereign power; supreme political authority; paramount control of the constitution and frame of government and its administration; the self-sufficient source of political power, from which all specific political powers are derived; the international independence of a state, combined with the right and power regulating its internal affaris without foreign dictation; also a political society "or" state, which is sovereign and independent. - Black’s Law Dictionary, 2nd Edition

Sovereignty: The supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power by which any independent state is governed; supreme political authority; paramount control of the constitutional and frame of government and its administration; the self sufficient source of political power, from which all specific political powers are derived; the international independence of a state, combined with the right and power of regulating its internal affairs without foreign dictation; also a political society, or state, which is sovereign and independent. - Black’s Law Dictionary, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Editions

Sovereignty: 1. Supreme dominion, authority, or rule. 2. The supreme political authority of an independent state. 3. The state itself. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, and 8th Editions

Sovereignty: 1. Supreme dominion, authority, or rule. - Black's Law Dictionary, 9th, and 10th Editions

Sovereignty: The power to govern; supreme political authority. That public authority which commands in civil society, and orders and directs what each citizen is to perform to obtain the end of its institution. - Balentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Sovereignty: is the exercise of all human power possessed in a state; it is a combination of all power; it is the power to do every thing in a state without accountability; to make laws, to execute and to apply them; to impose and collect taxes, and levy contributions; to make war or peace; to form treaties of alliance or of commerce with foreign nations, and the like. - Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition

Even after correcting your status, you are not sovereign, nor do you have sovereignty, as per these legalese definitions.

Taxpayer

Taxpayer: A person chargeable with a tax; one from whom government demands a pecuniary contribution towards its support. - Black's Law Dictionary, 1st, 3rd, and 4th Editions

Taxpayer: One who pays taxes, person whose income is subject to taxation. - Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Edition

Taxpayer: One who is subject to a tax on income, regardless of whether he or she pays the tax. - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th Edition

Taxpayer: One who pays or is subject to a tax. - Black's Law Dictionary, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Editions

Taxpayer: One who has paid a tax. One who pays taxes regularily. One who pays under protest an income tax due from another with the view to minimize possible liability is a taxpayer and as such entitled to the benefit of a statute authorizing the recovery back of any sum in any manner wrongfully collected. - Ballentine's Law Dictionary, 3rd Edition

"Taxpayer of the United States" described in 26 C.F.R. § 1.6012-1(a), who has a requirement to file a federal income tax return. The "United States" described therein is defined in 26 U.S.C. § 7701(a)(9) and (a)(10) and includes no de jure state of the Union.

When you examine the words used in the definition of Taxpayer by the IRS, you see they used "privileges," which are granted by a government. They used "person," which means corporation. They used "constitution," which means bankruptcy compact. They used "subject," which means the person or thing. So, there's no doubt, once you correct your status, you are not a Taxpayer.

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REQUIRES FREEDOM EXTRA
Victimless Crime Incarceration Release
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Complete Freedom
   


In DTSS's Complete Freedom Membership Programs: your freedom is restored, you are no longer subject to ANY of the tens of millions of U.S. Government victimless crime laws, income taxes, judgments, licenses, permits, incarceration, etc. You regain ownership of your body and can put whatever you decide in it. Plus so much more!

All Via Customized, Automated Document Creation, Automated Email Notifications & Step by Step Instructions

Debt Discharge
   


In DTSS's Debt Discharge Membership Programs: you're out of credit card, tax, court, and student loan debts (vehicle loan and mortgage loan debts if you qualify) quickly, easily, and successfully once and for all, giving you a lower monthly payment, a better debt-to-income ratio, and a new credit profile for the estate. Plus so much more!

All Via Customized, Automated Document Creation, Automated Email Notifications & Step by Step Instructions

Complete Freedom
& Debt Discharge


In DTSS's Complete Freedom, Debt Discharge Membership Programs: you'll receive all of the potent benefits of both programs, freedom from the tens of millions of U.S. Government victimless crime laws, your debts are discharged with a much lower monthly payment, ending with a better debt-to-income ratio, etc. Plus so much more!

All Via Customized, Automated Document Creation, Automated Email Notifications & Step by Step Instructions

Freedom Education


The Freedom Education portion of your program consists of 12 modules made up of an expanding amount of content hand selected by truly free advisers. These modules include some of the content read before, during and after they became completely free from government and debt.

Success Education


The Success Education portion of your program consists of 18 modules made up of over 180 hours of videos hand selected by truly successful advisers. These modules include some of the audio-books read before, during and after they became very wealthy, happy and healthy.

Freedom Extras


In the DTSS Membership Programs you'll receive access to other benefits like 2nd, and Successor Trustees, irrevocable common law trusts, allodial title on real property, commercial liens, vehicle de-registration, lawful traveler plates, CPS child retrieval, and victimless crime incerceration release.

Time is of the essence! Enroll today.

Your freedoms are being wiped away by the minute. Either restore your freedom now or live a life of serfdom, and allow your offspring to suffer the most egregious model of bondage the world has ever seen. No more time to think about it.

Your Membership supports our cause for a Free World Order enabling the manifestation of Free Necessity, Resource Based Economic Communities, along with Restoring America's Freedom. Enroll NOW! You'll feel wonderful that you did.

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