Passports

visa, rejected, journey

By Judge Anna Von Reitz

1180. Passports 

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I  have lately been assailed by people concerned because they could not  get a passport, were issued an incorrect passport, or were being  penalized for things like child support debts or IRS liens with not  being able to use a passport issued by “the US”.

Passports are issued by the Post Office, not the “government”.

You,  as a Post Master (Think about it, you handle the mail — buy, sell,  trade, carry, and deliver mail all the time) have the right and ability  to send “yourself” anywhere the mail goes.

Technically,  your Birth Certificate is sufficient to cross most international  borders, so long as you provide reasonable proof of the other elements  of a Passport — current picture, nationality (Ohioan, Californian,  Wisconsinite, etc.), a current postal address, two Witnesses (or their  signed and notarized testimony identifying a photo of you as “the” man  or woman whose birth event was registered on the BC and certifying your  good character.

There  you go. Make your own. The “authorities” will scream, but it is their  own darn fault for messing around and not doing their job—and they  really have no authority to restrict your travel. You put all this  information on a 5″ X 8.5″ postcard and send it to yourself at your  normal address with your normal postal address as the Return Address,  too, using a $1.00 “Global” Stamp, which will of course be cancelled to  pay the postage.

When  this document returns to you, it has been stamped and sealed and is in  fact a “Passport” proving your current address and presenting your  identity.

They  can argue it all day long, but they can’t restrict the movements of a  State national. You have your own Post Office and your own Seat of  Government and they can go blow.

As  for the Passports they do issue that are quasi-correct and issued under  color of law, you can correct them and nail down their interpretation  by the way you sign them.

Always sign everything with a by-line. By: John Peter Doe©.

That claims your copyright. All rights reserved.

Take  one of those $1.00 Global stamps and stick it above your signature, and  cancel it by writing your name and the place you are “leaving from”  across the stamp in red ink.

The  Post Master has now cancelled the Global Stamp and the “cargo”— the  Name you have copyrighted and affixed — is ready to be mailed to  whatever destination your little heart desires. The out of control  bureau-rats from Washington, DC, can sniff and snort all they like, but  it isn’t their business and not in their control.

They  say theirs is a passport issued by The United States of America; well,  that’s us. And if they mean some Scottish wannabe commercial fraud  organization infringing on our copyright and abusing our Name instead,  they need to be grilled about that copyright infringement and be put on  the record as attempting to interfere with our ability to contract and  our ability to conduct international trade. Both.

$250,000  fine and ten years in jail, international sanctions in 172 countries.  See how they like that. Don’t let these cretins poke their noses into  areas where their noses don’t belong. Give them the “Bad dog!” response  and if enough of us do this consistently enough, they will get the  message even if it has to be reduced to Tarzan-like speech:

Me, Employer.

You, Employee.

And issue your own Passport.

How to Autograph your Passport

You need to autograph your passport in red ink and use your red ink thumbprint as your seal.  Always use your by: line autograph, for example:

by: John Mark Doe©

All Rights Reserved Without Prejudice

Take  one of those $1.00 Global stamps and stick it above your signature, and  cancel it by writing your name and the place you are “leaving from”  across the stamp in red ink.