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Old Today, 12:16 AM
 
Location: SGV
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The Declaration of Meatballs!
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Old Today, 12:18 AM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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I'm not an American nor am I a citizen.

I just am.

You can repeat this statist fiction over and over again but it has no credence under natural law. Furthermore, I can't legitimately consent to anything with a government agent anyway. The gun to my head is a dead giveaway that I'm under duress.
Though millions believe it so, no law imposes citizenship upon an infant in the United States of America.
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Old Today, 12:20 AM
 
Location: The Republic of Texas
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The Declaration of Meatballs!
Can you imagine, still being property of a British King? Or is Freedom taken for granted?
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Old Today, 12:24 AM
 
Location: SGV
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Though millions believe it so, no law imposes citizenship upon an infant in the United States of America.
Though millions believe it so, the United States of America doesn't exist. It's a socially constructed paradigm with no moral and logical standing because...drumroll... only individuals have rights.

It's a legal fiction.

A corporation.

And btw, if you were really down with a government document that gives the greatest perception (cuz that's all this is...smoke and mirrors) of protecting rights you'd be on here talking up the Articles of Confederation instead of The Constitution.
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Old Today, 12:25 AM
 
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Can you imagine, still being property of a British King? Or is Freedom taken for granted?
I'm the property of Trump now. So are you.

Actually, we're both the property of the Federal Reserve. Trump is just lead clown sent in to dazzle us with the illusion of freedom.
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Old Today, 01:06 AM
 
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Though millions believe it so, no law imposes citizenship upon an infant in the United States of America.
The laws are imposed upon most anyone inside the jurisdiction, whether a citizen or not. Citizenship is granted or recognized at birth. If one doesn't want citizenship they could renounce it. And if they don't want the jurisdiction's laws imposed upon them they can leave the jurisdiction.
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Old Today, 01:24 AM
 
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The laws are imposed upon most anyone inside the jurisdiction, whether a citizen or not. Citizenship is granted or recognized at birth. If one doesn't want citizenship they could renounce it. And if they don't want the jurisdiction's laws imposed upon them they can leave the jurisdiction.
Under what bizarro logic does one renounce something they never consented to in the first place?
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Old Today, 01:37 AM
 
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Under what bizarro logic does one renounce something they never consented to in the first place?
It's perfectly logical to renounce something you believe you didn't or no longer consent to.
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Old Today, 02:03 AM
 
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It's perfectly logical to renounce something you believe you didn't or no longer consent to.
What if it doesn't exist? Do I strap myself into a straight jacket and proclaim my edict?
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Old Today, 02:15 AM
 
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What if it doesn't exist? Do I strap myself into a straight jacket and proclaim my edict?
The only thing that doesn't exist in this discussion is anarchy. So maybe anarchist should strap on a straight jacket and proclaim their edict.
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