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29th April 2016, 19:20
The Evil Dictator Benevolent Despot Political Party
(e.d. - b.d. - p.p.)
“Because you can’t handle the truth!”

[] Our candidates campaign on the platform of levelness and sturdy foundation.
[] We support severe punishment for all evil doers inside government.
[] Capital punishment should be reserved for public servants, life imprisonment for private people.
[] Lying by any public official, officer or legislator is a capital offense.
[] Accepting a bribe is a capital offense.
[] Beggars can't be choosers. Any recipient of public monies, salaries, funds, etc, cannot vote in elections for no less than 2 years past the date of last disbursement.
[] All taxes are limited to privileges, and the surrender of rights in exchange for privileges must be clearly identified and agreed to by the obligated party.
[] Those who give consent to be governed shall be so informed, without ambiguity.
[] Usury, being mathematically unsustainable in a finite money token system and a scam to rob, contracts for usury are hereby not eligible for enforcement in any court of law in the united States of America.
[] Government's job #1 is to secure rights endowed by one's Creator. Government’s job #2 is to govern those who consent, knowingly, willingly, and intentionally. Anything more is suspect, anything less is unacceptable.

“Sheeple, strip off your woolies, and stand up on two legs!”

14th May 2016, 16:59
I can see that most people do not grasp the distinction between what government is supposed to protect (endowed rights) and what government grants (civil rights aka privileges).

Here's a short test


[A] Which (natural) right is endowed?
[B] Which privilege (civil right) is government granted?

1. To marry, joining property to endow the next generation
2. To life and all harmless actions in support thereof
3. To education at public expense
4. To absolutely own oneself, labor and that which one traded for
5. To exclude others from one’s private property
6. To exercise a revenue taxable privilege
7. To privacy
8. To reside without a domicile nor means of support
9. To trespass or injure another in accordance with the law
10. To travel upon public roads and waterways
11. To wander without a permanent home, existing on charity
12. To engage in business on another’s property
13. To defend one’s person, liberty and property
14. To be supported at public expense
15. To absolutely own land, houses, and chattels
16. To wage war upon enemies, foreign or domestic
17. To vote and hold public office
18. To engage in an occupation with government permission

20th May 2016, 04:45
[ans: 1a; 2a;3b;4a;5a; 6b;7a;8b;9b;10a; 11b;12b;13a;14b; 15a;16b;17b;18b.]

20th May 2016, 17:08

Are you sure about #11 being a granted privilege?
Who says I have to stay put and can't be assisted by others?

Thanks for the interesting quiz. Can you guess which one
I got wrong?

Peace Love Joy & Harmony,

20th May 2016, 17:52
Are you sure about #11 being a granted privilege?
Who says I have to stay put and can't be assisted by others?

I should have narrowed it to "PUBLIC CHARITY" - but even recipients of private charity could be vagrants, a status crime.


"The better to secure and perpetuate mutual friendship and intercourse among the people of the different states in this union, the FREE INHABITANTS of each of these states, PAUPERS, VAGABONDS and fugitives from Justice EXCEPTED, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several states; ...."
[Article IV of the Articles of Confederation (1777)]

"STATUS CRIME - A class of crime which consists not in proscribed action or inaction, but in the accused's having a certain personal condition or being a person of a specified character. An example of a status crime is vagrancy. Status crimes are constitutionally suspect."
- - - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed., p.1410

" VAGRANT - At common law, wandering or going about from place to place by idle person who has no lawful or visible means of support and who subsisted on CHARITY and did not work, though able to do so.... One who is apt to become a public charge through his own laziness."
- - - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed., p. 1549

VAGABOND. A vagrant or homeless wanderer without means of honest livelihood. Neering v. Illinois Cent. R. Co., 383 111. 366, 50 N.E.2d 497, 502. One who wanders from place to place, having no fixed dwelling, or, if he has one, not abiding in it; a wanderer, especially such a person who is lazy and generally worthless and without means of honest livelihood. See also Vagrant.
- - - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed., p. 1549

Vagabundum nuncupamus eum qui nullibi domicilium contraxit habitationis. We call him a "vagabond" who has acquired nowhere a domicile of residence.
- - - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed., p. 1549

ROGUE. An idle and disorderly person; a trickster; a wandering beggar; a vagrant or vagabond; a scoundrel. 4 Bl.Comm. 169.
- - - Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed., p. 1329

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Coincidentally, to be eligible for public charity (entitlements) one must be signed up with FICA.

And most, if not all states redefine "RESIDENT" to be synonymous with VAGABOND.
Furthermore, only "residents" can apply for permissions (licenses) that non-resident inhabitants do not need.

In short, most Americans have volunteered into the excepted classes of vagabonds and paupers at law.

It was no coincidence that after Social Security was passed, FDR abolished the requirement for the PAUPER'S OATH as a prerequisite for public charity.


One pauper's oath used when establishing indigent status under United States Federal law is as follows:

“. . . I do solemnly swear that I have not any property, real or personal, exceeding $20, except such as is by law exempt from being taken on civil process for debt; and that I have no property in any way conveyed or concealed, or in any way disposed of, for my future use or benefit. So help me God."
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