Judge Anna von Reitz
You see, Bob, to adopt your own chauvinistic and condescending tone — you make the mistake of thinking that you know what you don’t know, and interpreting legal documents without knowing the legal meaning of words and terms.
I know this is so the same way that judges always know when someone is ignorant of legal jargon and comes to their courtroom all stuffed up on what they THINK they know — and don’t. Those are the same people who are surprised to learn that they have no “constitutional rights” while claiming to be US Citizens or “citizens of the United States”.
You make all the mistakes that patriots typically make and all the same (wrong) assumptions, too. And the really cloying part of this, is that you look down your nose at the Patriots while encouraging and displaying the same kind of ignorance yourself. I find that very suspicious, Bob. Is it deliberate?
I have already proven to anyone’s satisfaction that you know nothing about what “citizenship” is or what kinds of “citizenship” there are.
I have already demonstrated that although you claim to be a “US citizen” of some kind, you don’t have the least little bit of an idea what that political status obligates you to be and to do. You don’t know and can’t tell me, but you are a big enough Blowhard to try to bluff it out and pretend that you know “stuff” and I don’t.
So let’s put it to test, Bob. I already gave you a long list of words that you should know the legal meanings of, presented in pairs:
“Citizen” and “National”
“Law Enforcement” and “Peacekeeping”
“Domestic” and “Non-domestic”
“Resident” and “Landlord”
“Usufruct” and “Holder in Due Course”.
“Alien” and “Inhabitant”
“Within” and “Without”
“Including” and “Excepting”
“Judge” and “Justice”
“Postmaster” and “Post Master”
“of” and “for”
“United States” and “United States of America”
“Territorial” and “National”
“Declaration” and “Constitution”
“Title” and “Covenant”
“Patent” and “Deed”
“Warrant” and “Writ”
So let’s see you demonstrate even a passing knowledge of what the legal definitions of these words are, for starters, before you pretend to have knowledge that you: (a) don’t have or (b) have, but choose not to reveal to others.
Somehow you think that you can just “shine me on” and make me kow-tow to your ignorance and name-calling and condescending language.
You might as well give up with that train of thought right now. I’ve faced off the Pope.. I am not going to bow to you.