One of our constitutional rights is the right to own, posses, and protect Property. The right to property or the ownership of property is evidenced by three things: 1) The Title, 2) The Right to Title, and 3) Possession. So basically, there are three aspects of ownership that create title.
Let’s look at the Title first. Title is a piece of paper that recites certain actions and agreements that states who has the “legal” right to the property. This Title is a document know generally as a “Deed”. There are all kinds of deeds, but it is the “Deed” that shows “prima facia” the owner of the property.
If you believe that this is the proper action of a free person then you have a lot of brainwashing and training to overcome as this is a major problem and epidemic among the people for whom the U.S. Constitution was written. The above two “slogans” are total propaganda and made up by the “ruling elite” so that the people will be led by media and miss-information to conform to the “ruling elite’s” program.
This program is the corporate or federal laws that have been designed to take control of each individual’s life. If you do not believe me, read the two slogans again. Who says one should “remain silent”…..the attorneys, judges, and media; all government agents? Why would they want us to remain silent? When one remains silent, it is an indication of guilt!!!!! That’s correct. An innocent person would immediately begin the dialog to evidence the fact that no real crime was committed. An innocent person would immediately present their “restraining order” to the government agent to prevent the agent from proceeding under corporate or federal Law and make up a crime against the individual. One cannot do this if they remain silent.
If one doesn’t take the law into their own hands by requiring the agent to follow the national governmental process, i.e. the Constitution, then the agent will automatically proceed by the federal corporate laws and impose his rules upon the individual who failed to bind the agent to the National Constitution. Believe it or not, every agent of government who has the power to “enforce” the law, takes an oath to uphold each of our Constitutional rights! But only if the individual requires the agent to abide by that oath at the scene, with them… personally.
The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and only available “personally” and “on demand”. You can’t get your Constitutional rights if you remain silent. If you remain silent, you can’t take the law into your own hands, and thus you will NOT receive your Constitutional Rights.
Authority is defined as “Permission. Right to exercise powers; to implement and enforce laws; to exact obedience; to command; to judge. Control over; jurisdiction. Often synonymous with power.”
From the definition above, we see that authority is the “right to exercise powers” and “jurisdiction”. We know from the Constitution, the highest law of the land, that there are three powers, and they are separate but equal.
This concept, which makes the United States Constitution the most powerful document of modern times, has created a government that has the three separate powers (kings) as opposed to the usual one. These three powers were vigorously debated over by the framers with the idea of allowing them to be exercised not only by government legislators and executors, but also by the people themselves.
We just talked about two forms of administration. Are these two forms actually two different governments? Most people are unaware that two years after the Constitution of the United States was ratified Congress created a new form of government in this country that is based upon the Roman style of law.
The Roman style of law is Executive Law that is voted upon by representatives and encoded by the Executive power into statutes. In other words Legislative Law is a set of rules created by a group of people, interpreted by Magistrates, to regulate “entities” or corporate forms, i.e. not common people.
On the other hand, at the time of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, our legal process was an extension of the old English Common Law. The Common Law was developed by the ancient Israelites and started with the Ten Commandments, continuing through the Magna Carta, and concluding with the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution.
The proper administration of the law.
There are two forms of administering law. One is Common and the other is federal.
The Common is unwritten, handed down through customs and usage of the people and administered in the Courts according to the rules of the “old” English Common Law.
The federal is Legislative or statutory law, and the rules are administered according to the rules of Roman statutory law.