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Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Thu Jun 13, 2013 1:30 pm
by sektor
Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Property Invaded By Government

Have you ever seen a birth certificate like this?
Together with my official communications with Croatian Governement and Police Forces, it is publicly published within article 'BIOS settings of the Republic of Croatia', where I've expressed some "strange" intentions few months ago...


The first one issued in 1984 proves my past Yugoslav citizenship (državljanstvo), while the second one issued in 1992 proves my sovereign Freeman status after the cancellation of the former state.

Did you know that during one period of the post-World war II age, the fastest economic growth on the planet was recorded in former Yugoslavia? Mostly thanks to implementation of the social ownership concept, under which no one is and can officially become the specific holder of ownership rights over the social property (as explicitly stated in Constitution).

In former Yugoslavia, almost everything was considered as a social property. So we are talking about enormous richness.

After the cancellation of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, by accepting new citizenship people renounced their part of EX-YU social property in favour of newly created states. Which of course is not my case.

Actually I'am somewhere near 50% in writing of "regeneration of my undeniable ownership rights over my proportional part of EX-YU social property".

Would like to hear your opinions:

- better aproach to Croatian Government would be "give me back my property" or "I'm taking back my property";

- how to find out what's my part of this mega property and precisely identify it;

- any advice on possible professional assistance?

Thans in advance for your suggestions :) Ciao :)

Re: Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Thu Jun 13, 2013 5:10 pm
by Freeman Stephen
Lawfully your entitled to a fair share of the yugoslav capital but legally that capital belongs to those with the biggest most dangerous guns now running protection rackets in the country. I think you are dead right and that you should keep pushing your corner but bear in mind those your up against couldnt care less about whats truly lawful when their self created legal systems pretend to be able to just make the law up as they go along.

Re: Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Wed Aug 21, 2013 11:27 am
by sektor
It is an undeniable fact what Article 12 of the SFRY Constitution preciously states: "All natural resources, all means of production and all property of state institutions, including that of the federal army, or immovable property of diplomatic and consular missions abroad are socially owned". No "state ownership" exist.

Hi Stephen,
thanks for your opinion :)

I'm advancing in the same direction... although still not so near, end is finally visible on the horizon... few more questions raised in the meantime:

- unlike person, in Croatia man can not register papers at the notary public office. It's not necessary, but I would like to do it somehow. The same problem regards reagistration of my seal/signature;

- without address, as a man contactable only via email, I can't receive letters. More important, as a man I can't have bank account and similar stuffs, so in relation to my request to a government entity to give me back my property how can I receive currency and gold and all sort of other things (also how and where to store them later).

By the way, besides restitution of invaded property, I will also request from Croatian Government a very huge compensation for a forced military serving during mentioned period, even if, as clearly demonstrated by birth certificate - not Croatian citizen.

Re: Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 1:24 pm
by sektor
Except above few details, everything finished :) I think now I need about a month for a total revision.

Related to "Freeman on the land", I would be very grateful for best definition of the "land" term.
Although I am a big supporter of the "Free Planet" term instead "land" (for example just try to think about situations when you travel with ship or airplane), it seems to me that the most appropriate term is "Universe"... I'm opting for a simple "free sovereign man" inside my signature, by itself it means everyhere and anywhere.

I'm not a native English speaker. When we talk about signature, "John from the Doe family" seems to me much better and appropriate then "John of the Doe family". Am I right or wrong?

Re: Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 1:55 pm
by Freeman Stephen
From can connote "having left", whereas of connotes "continuing to be part".

As for "freeman on the land". This is a historic legal status first recorded in early colonial americas in regard to europeans in the americas predating colonisation.

Re: Undeniable Ownership Rights Over Invaded Property

PostPosted: Wed Sep 04, 2013 7:05 am
by sektor
What about definition of the "land"term?
From can connote "having left", whereas of connotes "continuing to be part".

That's the whole point!
Are you a part of the state, or do you belong to the state? No?
If you are sovereign, then you are free of anything, even of your family - example: If you are a man, and your mama and papa are persons, how can you claim to be a part of family whoes signature on birth certificate you refuse as invalid!?!

Because of litigation or any other reason, at some point many people decides to left their family - to separate, to not be a part of it any more, to not belong anymore...

"of" - used as a function word to indicate the component material;
"of" - used as a function word to indicate belonging or a possessive relationship.

Here's why I'm opting for alternative:

"from" - used as a function word to indicate the source, cause, or basis.

Signature as a way of identification is very important, so please tell me if you see any technical problem with the way I understand things... thanks in advance.