Words are our Best Weapon Against the Lies of History (Truth in the Root of the Word).
They need your willing agreement to operate their system. They receive this by using Fear, False flag tactics, Fear-based media, Weapons and Chemicals to keep you docile (see: World Deadliest Drug). And threats (in the form of laws, legalese, and prisons) to keep you Compliant.
These methods are used to distract you from noticing them, and what they are REALLY doing.
THOUSANDS RENOUNCE CITIZENSHIP
Whether this act of renunciation came from genetic memory, or inner-knowing, I applaud these people for having the guts to go with their instinct that something is amidst and they sort to remove themselves from it.
How did the U.S. Government take the news? They increased the fee for renunciation by 400%
When I relinquished the IMPLIED citizenship in 2011 the fee was $450, I think. I did not pay. Why? (you ask) Because of a number of important factors. First, I had so much evidence that the citizenship was only implied by the use of the instrument (passport, driver’s license, etc). Second, I knew my lineage on the “American” soil (I will get to the quotation marks later). Last and most important I could not, COULD NOT, imagine paying the system which is killing soul-bearing being. It felt strange, wrong. Additionally, there was the fine print on their form to contend with. It said, something to the effect, “in a time of war, we may need you to cancel your request.” Something to that effect. The point being once I read that, I was not going to pay (agree to the clause). Plus, that little hidden statement spoke volumes to me, and told me it meant much more than it seemed.
I returned to them their passport. I went to the U.S. Embassy in Oslo (now formally repossessed and called the Northern Lands) to hand-deliver the paperwork that was emailed the day I returned their passport to them. Once there I became belligerent (a legal fighting term) when he suggested I pay to relinquish something that was only implied. My question to him, Why would I pay to be free? And better yet, Why would I pay someone holding me hostage to be free, when I AM already free? Ohhh, we went back and forth. I am sure I stressed the hell out of that man, but I was not going to pay to be free, and that fine print condition (clause), just sealed the deal. Something was amidst and I was not going to agree to it. I knew history, my history and theirs. And I know they do one thing better than anyone else, Lie.
Oh, and the new fee? $2,350.00….something is amidst indeed.
see: Belligerent Claimant https://domoregooddeeds.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/the-belligerent-claimant/
For 20 years, Sweyn, a “murderous character” who deposed his father Harold Bluetooth and waged war on England. Says, Gainsborough historian Darron Childs.
Sigurd (in Old Norse: Sigurðr ormr í auga) was The King of Zealand,Scania, Halland, the Danish islands, and Viken in The Northern Lands.Nicknamed Sigurd snake-in-the-eye, denotes the fact he was born with a mark in his left eye, described as the image of a snake biting its own tail encircling the pupil of his Eye.
Judgement Day- Denderah Day
BREAK THE CHAIN!
STOP THE ACTION!
LET THE ASS KICKING COMMENCE!
Not entirely, they are handled differently.Renounce US Citizenship – Relinquish U.S. Nationality.
So, what then is the real difference between these two words (relinquish and renounce)? Well, the dictionary definition of the word relinquish includes: to give up, to release, to yield, to withdraw or retreat from. The definition of renounce is given as: to repudiate, to give up, refuse, or resign usually by formal declaration.
Both words supposedly indicate to give up, BUT in terms of the US State Department use of these words and as it relates to citizenship and or nationality they pertain to two different things. Renouncement is used specifically in conjunction with US CITIZENSHIP and it involves a formal and intended written declaration [I did this], in black and white with no doubt about your actions or motives. Relinquishment, on the other hand, specifically refers to US NATIONALITY and is an affirmation regarding something you may have already done with respect to your acquiring another nationality and/or citizenship [I did this too, as outlined above I met with a U.S. Consular in 2011]. To explain, by electing to relinquish nationality at the US consulate, you are affirming that you took an oath of allegiance to another country (possibly and probably verbally) or voluntarily was naturalized in a foreign country, or took a routine oath of allegiance to a foreign state, or served in the armed forces of a foreign state not engaged in hostilities with the United States, or had accepted non-policy level employment with a foreign government.
It is interesting to note that IF one of the above circumstance might apply to you , you are NOT considered to have relinquished your US Nationality unless you affirm so at the US Consulate. And even the language and information from the US State Department about this supports the claim whereby their web site says:
A U.S. citizen by birth or naturalization or a U.S. non-citizen national will lose U.S. nationality (expatriate) her or himself by committing a statutory act of expatriation as defined in INA 349 (8 U.S.C. 1481), or predecessor statute, but only if the act is performed (1) voluntarily and (2) with the intention of relinquishing U.S. citizenship. The U.S. Supreme Court has spoken (, 387 U.S. 253 (1967) and , 444 U.S. 252 (1980)): a person unless he or she that status. Source: http://hodgen.com/relinquishing-u-s-citizenship-and-expatriation/
Lakota Indians Declare Independence
“We don’t fight anymore. We have become use to the cage.”—Russell Means
Take a Stand…Its your Land