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State Created Office of “Person”
last revised October 19, 2019
 
The official state office known as "person"
The word "person" in legal terminology is perceived as a general word, which normally includes in its scope a variety of entities other than human beings. See e.g. 1 U.S.C. sec. 1. Church of Scientology v U.S. Dept. of Justice (1979) 612 F. 2d 417, 425.
"An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; affords no protection; it creates no office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never passed." Norton v Shelby County , 118 US 425
 
One of the very first of state statutes will have a section listed entitled "Definitions". Carefully study this section of the statutes and you will find a portion that reads similar to this excerpt: In construing these statutes and each and every word, phrase, or part hereof, where the context will permit;
1. The singular includes the plural and vice versa.
2. Gender-specific language includes the other gender and neuter.
3. The word "person" includes individuals, children, firms, association, joint adventures, partnerships, estates, trusts, business trusts, syndicates, fiduciaries, corporations, and all other groups or combinations.
 
Note: However, the definitions do not list man or woman – therefore, they are excluded from all the statutes!!!
 
Under the rule of construction "expression unius est exclusion alterius," where a statute or constitution enumerates the things on which it is to operate or forbids certain things, it is ordinarily to be construed as excluding from its operation all those not expressly mentioned.
 
Generally, words in a statute should be given their plain and ordinary meaning. When a statute does not specifically define words, such words should be construed in their common or ordinary sense to the effect that the rules used in construing statutes are also applicable in the construction of the Constitution. It is a fundamental rule of statutory construction that words of common usage when used in a statute should be constructed in their plain and ordinary sense.
 
If you carefully read the statute laws enacted by your state legislature you will find that they are all written with phrases similar to these examples:
1. A person commits the offense of failure to carry a license if the person . . . .
2. A person commits the offense of failure to register a vehicle if the person . . . .
3. A person commits the offense of driving uninsured if the person . . . .
4. A person commits the offense of fishing if the person . . . .
5. A person commits the offense of breathing if the person . . . .
 
Notice only a "person" not you the women or man can commit state legislature-created crimes and policy violations.
A crimes and policy violations are offenses committed against the "state".
If you commit an offense against a human, it is called a tort. Examples of torts would be any personal injury, slander, or defamation of character.
 
So how does someone become a "person" and subject to regulation by state statutes and laws? There is only one way. You must ask the state for permission to volunteer to become a state person. You must volunteer because the Constitution forbids the state from compelling you into slavery.
 
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude. No, state legislature-created crimes and policy violations can be duly convicted a man or woman. Prosecutor, lawyers and attorney do not have a cause a of action against a citizen for which relief can be granted!
 
All persons born or naturalized in Canada, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of Canada and of the state wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law, which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens found in the constitution. nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law, nor deny any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
 
You became a state-created statutory "person" by taking up residency with the state and stepping into the office of "person". You must hold an "office" within the state government for that state government to regulate and control you.
 
First comes the legislatively created office for their class of subject, then comes their control over that class of subject.
 
If you do not have an office in state government, the legislature's control over you would also be prohibited by the Bill of Rights and the charter.
 
The most common office held in a state is therefore the office known as "person". Your state legislature created this office to control people. It is an office most people occupy without even knowing that they are doing so.
 
The legislature cannot lawfully control you because you are a flesh and blood human being. God alone created you and by "Right of Creation", He alone can control you. It is the nature of law that what one creates, one controls. This natural law is the force that binds a creature to its creator. The way the state gets around God's law and thereby controls the people is by creating only an office, and not a real human. This office is titled as "person" and then the legislature claims that you are filling that office.
 
Legislators erroneously now think they can make laws that also control men. They create entire bodies of laws, motor vehicle code, building code, compulsory education laws, and so on ad nauseum. They still cannot control men or women, but they can now control the office they created. And look who is sitting in that office ... Person(s) - you.
 
Then they create government departments to administer regulations to these offices. Within these administrative departments of state government are hundreds of other state-created offices. There is everything from the office of janitor to the office of governor. But these administrative departments cannot function properly unless they have subjects to regulate. The legislature obtains these subjects by creating an office that nobody even realizes to be an official state office.
 
They have created the office of "person". And you, knowingly or unknowing hold many of those offices.
 
A resident is another state office holder! An office you need to have to vote and to be elected which is unconstitutional!
 
Resident
last revised October 8, 2019

A resident is another state office holder. All state residents hold an office in the state government. But not everyone who is a resident also holds the office of "person".

You become a state-created statutory "person" by taking up residency with the state and stepping into the office of "person".
The most common office held in a state is therefore the office known as "person". Your state legislature created this office as a way to control people. It is an office most people occupy without even knowing that they are doing so.
The legislature cannot lawfully control you because you are a flesh and blood human being.
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