Which Citizen Are You?

                            Nov. 1989


                        Richard McDonald

(PP) Date Line - America

     What kind  of citizen  are you?   Are  you a  14th Amendment
federal citizen,  or are  you a Citizen of the several States, as
described in  the Constitution  as it  was originally intended by
the Founding  Fathers?   Are you  aware that there exists in this
Nation two separate and distinct classes of citizenship?

     To begin  with, I  must define  what the definition that the
Original Constitution used when it referred to the "Citizens."

     The phrase  "Citizen of  the United  States" had  a specific
meaning in  the Original  Constitution for  the United  States of
America (1787), the definition and intent of the Constitution was
that it  described a  "free born  Citizen of the several States."
The 14th  Amendment added a second (2nd) distinct meaning to this
phrase.   So now,  the phrase  "Citizen of the United States" has
two separate  and distinct meanings which are not compatible with
each other  and indeed  in a  later issue  will be shown to be at
odds with one another.  They are:

     1.   A free  born White State Citizen in the several States,
is  an   individual  whose  inalienable  rights  are  recognized,
secured, and protected by the various State Constitutions against
State actions  and against  federal intrusion by the Constitution
for the United States of America(1787).

     2.   The 14th  Amendment federal  citizen, who  is a  second
class citizen,  a  juristic  person,  a  citizen  of  foreign  or
interstate  commerce,   one  who   has  congressionally   granted
privileges that  are almost  equal to  the White  Citizen.  I say
almost because  these privileges  are secured  against a  debt of
submission to  the morality  legislated  by  Congress  (including
Income Tax).   These individuals are subjects of Congress (alieni
juris), under  their protection  as a  "resident" of  a State,  a
person enfranchised  to the  Federal Government (the incorporated
United States  defined in  Article I,  section 8, clause 17.) The
individual States  may not  deny to  these  persons  any  federal
privileges or immunities that Congress has granted to them.  This
specific class  of citizens  is a federal citizen under admiralty
(International Law).  As such they do not have unalienable common
rights recognized,  secured and protected in the Constitutions of
the States,  or of  the United  States of America (1787), such as
allodial rights  to  property,  the  right  to  inheritance,  the
unalienable rights  to work  and contract,   the right to travel,
life, liberty and happiness among many others.

     Thus the  federal citizen  is a  taxable entity  such as any
other corporation,  and is  subject to  pay an excise tax for the
privileges that Congress has granted them.

     The White  De Jure  Citizen is  a State Citizen by birth and
race (the  Common Law)  first, then as a consequence of his State
Citizenship, he  is a  "Citizen of  the United States of America"
second.   He owes  his allegiance to his State of Domicile first,
and then to the Union of the several States.

     The 14th Amendment citizen is a de facto citizen, a "citizen
of the  United States"  (corporate citizen  of  the  District  of
Columbia, its  territories, and  federal enclaves  per Article I,
section  8,   clause  17)   first,  as   a  consequence  of  this
citizenship, he  is allowed  to be  a resident within the several
States.   For this and other privileges he owes his allegiance to
the United  States (corporation  per Article I, section 8, clause
17) first, then to the State of his residence.

     Note that  "Domicile" and  "residence" are  not  synonymous.
See Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Ed.

     The Internal Revenue Code's definition of the term "citizen"
is identical  to the  wording of the 14th Amendment, and can only
apply to  the subjects  of Congress.   The Social Security Number
(SSN), a badge of slavery, is the main registration number of the
de facto  14th Amendment  citizen,  so  Congress  can  tax  their
subjects (slaves) wherever they are resident.

     NOW, which  citizen are  YOU?  a White State Citizen or a de
facto resident?   You  must decide -- this is a personal decision
-- and notify the appropriate government officials of your status
with respect  to them.   Be  prepared though -- the United States
(District of  Columbia) does not want their slaves to escape.  If
they did,  the profit of the Federal Reserve would dry up and you
might lead the Exodus out of Egypt.

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