Appendix U: Revocation of Voter Registration
c/o USPS P. O. Box 6189
San Rafael, California
Postal Code 94903-0189/TDC
March 10, 1992
Registrar of Voters
P. O. Box "E"
San Rafael, California
Postal Code 94913/TDC
As instructed by a member of your staff, please accept this
letter as formal notice that I hereby revoke my voter
registration with your office.
It is with enormous regret that I must take this step, because I
consider voting to be among the most important civic duties that
we have in America today, particularly during a presidential
Nevertheless, it has come to my attention that your registration
forms now explicitly state, in red letters, that they are "For
U.S. Citizens Only". Moreover, these same forms exhibit the
following affidavit, which must be signed under penalties of
"I am a citizen of the United States and will be at least 18
years of age at the time of the next election. I am not
imprisoned or on parole for the conviction of a felony. I
certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State
of California that the information on this affidavit is true
This affidavit is followed by a clear WARNING, also in red
letters, that "Perjury is punishable by imprisonment in state
prison for two, three or four years. Section 126 Penal Code".
My chief concern with this affidavit has to do with the
definition of "United States" that is implied by the form. I
have recently authored a well documented book, a major thesis of
which relies upon the following ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court:
The term "United States" may be used in any one of several
senses. It may be merely the name of a sovereign occupying
the position analogous to that of other sovereigns in the
family of nations. It may designate the territory over
which the sovereignty of the United States extends, or it
may be the collective name of the states which are united by
and under the Constitution.
[Hooven & Allison Co. vs Evatt, 324 U.S. 652]
From this ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, it is obvious
that the term "United States" can mean any one of three entirely
different things. I draw your attention specifically to the
second of these three different meanings of "United States": it
may designate the territory over which the sovereignty of the
United States extends. This territory includes only the District
of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands,
Guam, American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Trust
Territory of the Pacific Islands, and the federal "enclaves"
which have been ceded to Congress by acts of the 50 State
Legislatures. The authority to have exclusive legislative
jurisdiction over this limited area of land is granted to
Congress by Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17 and Article 4,
Section 3, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution.
It follows, then, that declaring oneself to be a "citizen of
the United States" could be construed to mean that one has been
either born or naturalized into this jurisdiction and, that one
is therefore subject to this jurisdiction (see 26 CFR 1.1-1(c)).
This is particularly true if the "c" in "citizen" is lower case,
as is the case in the Code of Federal Regulations just cited, and
also in the so-called 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Last but not least, the word "of" is often interpreted by courts
to mean "belonging to". Thus, the term "citizen of the United
States" can and has been interpreted by the courts to mean a
"subject" who "belongs to" the "Congress".
On the contrary, I have recently filed a notarized affidavit
with the California Secretary of State, March Fong Eu, in which I
declare my status to be that of a "natural born Citizen" as
stated in Article 2, Section 1, Clause 5 of the U.S.
Constitution. Contrary to widespread public opinion, a "natural
born Citizen" is not the same thing as a "citizen of the United
States". There are also numerous court authorities for these two
different kinds of citizenship. As a natural born Citizen, I am
a member of the Sovereignty; I am subject only to my Creator,
because my fundamental, unalienable rights are endowed by my
Creator (see Declaration of Independence, 1776). Those rights
are not granted to me by anyone or anything else. If you request
it in writing, a notarized copy of my affidavit can be provided
Accordingly, a shrewd and constructive fraud has been
perpetrated upon me, if the presence of my name on your voter
registration roster can be presumed by State and federal courts
to mean that I am a "citizen of the United States", with all of
the legislated privileges, immunities and liabilities attached
thereto. I will not allow such a presumption or adhesion to
exist, and it is primarily for this reason that I hereby revoke
my registration as a voter in the County of Marin, California
Republic. This revocation is retroactive to my date of majority,
which date was June 21, 1969. I remind you that there is no
statute of limitations on fraud.
Please be advised that my use of the phrase "WITH EXPLICIT
RESERVATION OF ALL MY RIGHTS AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE UCC 1-207
(UCCA 1207)" above my signature on this document indicates: that
I explicitly reject any and all benefits of the Uniform
Commercial Code, absent a valid commercial agreement which is in
force and to which I am a party, and cite its provisions herein
only to serve notice upon ALL agencies of government, whether
international, national, state, or local, that they, and not I,
are subject to, and bound by, all of its provisions, whether
cited herein or not; that my explicit reservation of rights has
served notice upon ALL agencies of government of the "Remedy"
they must provide for me under Article 1, Section 207 of the
Uniform Commercial Code, whereby I have explicitly reserved my
Common Law right not to be compelled to perform under any
contract or commercial agreement, that I have not entered into
knowingly, voluntarily, and intentionally; that my explicit
reservation of rights has served notice upon ALL agencies of
government that they are ALL limited to proceeding against me
only in harmony with the Common Law and that I do not, and will
not accept the liability associated with the "compelled" benefit
of any unrevealed commercial agreements; and that my valid
reservation of rights has preserved all my rights and prevented
the loss of any such rights by application of the concepts of
waiver or estoppel.
I presume that you will make copies of this letter of revocation
available to all interested County departments.
Thank you very much for your consideration.
WITH EXPLICIT RESERVATION OF ALL MY RIGHTS
AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE UCC 1-207 (UCCA 1207)
John Q. Doe
All Rights Reserved
registered as: John Q. Doe
copies: County Board of Supervisors
Jury Commissioner, County of Marin
California Secretary of State
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