The truth of the birth certificate

The truth of the birth certificate by Robert-Dean:House
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I have a garden rake at my home and it is made of gold and it has your name on it.  Does this mean you own it?  Remember, nine-tenths of the law is possession.
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I look at the birth certificate as the rake.  It is nothing more than an instrument that was created, (copyrighted/patented), by another, (the government), for its own purpose, (your enslavement).   It is also made of fiat money that everyone thinks they can take from the created party.  Now, look up the words, certificate, instrument, and indenture as in indentured slavery.  (I used Websters 1828).
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Can you take the rake because it has your name on it?  No.  Can you take the birth certificate because it has your name on it?  No.  All you can do is disclaim it.  Are you the rake with your name on it? No. Of course not.  Are you the birth certificate with your name on it?  No. Of course not.  Then, where is the sense of making a claim to it?  Which would be a fraudulent claim.
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Why would anyone need a piece of paper to prove or disprove who or what he/she is?  Is it not enough for me standing in front of you saying who I am?  If I needed proof of identity then all I have to do is raise my hand and show you my fingerprints.  My prints are unique to only me and were given to me by God, as were yours.
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This is why the affidavit is so important.  If written correctly in one’s own handprint and then autographed with a right red thumbprint in front of two witnesses, this is all one needs for identification.
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To claim a birth certificate because someone has claimed you as a Dept slave is agreeing with them and accepting the terms of a contract.
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I did Minnesota 220 before hearing of its existence today because it only makes sense.  Two affidavits of witnesses to my birth and my affidavit of claiming my name.  Even though it may not be unusual for someone to have the exact same name, and in my case he does, I can prove my difference by the date, time, and location of my birth.
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Sorry people, I do not wish to claim something that is not mine by right.  But I can disclaim a fraud that is perceived as ownership of me.
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