By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
It is sometimes — often — necessary for us to educate not only ourselves and our children, but our public officials as well.
I do not suggest that any American quote U.S. Supreme Court cases lightly, as these are foreign courts, and your purpose in referencing their decisions should be spelled out for the erring public officials.
Use a disclaimer, verbally or in writing, something to the effect: “I am saying this to educate and instruct you concerning the decisions of your own Supreme Court, not for any other purpose and not to seemingly subject myself to their opinions. You, however, owe them duty and due diligence.”
And then, here’s a couple real good examples that a reader left in the comments section earlier today, to either hand to the “government officials” or quote or read or whatever you have to do to get the take home message drilled into their heads:
U.S. SUPREME COURT DECISION: “All codes, rules, and regulations are for government authorities only, not human/Creators in accordance with God’s laws. All codes, rules, and regulations are unconstitutional and lack due process…” Rodrigues v. Ray Donovan, U.S. Department of Labor, 769 F. 2d 1344, 1348,decided in 1985.
And again, in Self v. Rhay, 61 Wn (2nd) 261. “The common law is the real law, the Supreme Law of the land, the code, rules, regulations, policy and statutes are “not the law”.
So, now, let them prove that you are a government official or government authority — and that you are agreeing to act in that capacity.
Especially, now that your actual State Assemblies are in Session, there is no reason for any public employee to presume that they have any custodial role or executor-ship related to you — which is another factoid they need to hear when and if they misaddress you.
In a way, these two excellent citations above, are a perfect and complete defense against anyone presuming that you are subject to private tribunals. It’s well-worth remembering them and using them whenever appropriate.