Signiture

Signiture

Postby benzkii » Mon Jun 13, 2011 12:36 pm

What do you do when signing, for example, I am going to renew my drivers licence, just for the fact i need it for i.d!, what should i do as a signiture?
few people have said to do as following:

1.per; (signiture)

or
2. by; (signiure)

What is the best thing to do, any of the above or any better ideas?

much appreiated thanks
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Re: Signiture

Postby benzkii » Thu Jun 16, 2011 1:08 pm

nothing??????????????
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Re: Signiture

Postby MikeThomas » Thu Jun 16, 2011 1:29 pm

It doesn't matter which way you sign it! By signing you are agreeing to all the Statutes & Acts that we are lawfully rebelling against. You see it's State Sanctioned ID and therefore a 'con job'.

They tell you, you can't do this or that because it's illegal. And why is it illegal? Because you haven't applied to the State for permission. It really is as simple as that!

E.G. It's illegal drive a car without a valid license. What is a license? It State approval to do something that would otherwise be illegal (not unlawful!). So, in effect, they've taken away one of your rights and told you, you can have it back for a fee and on condition that 'You do as you're told!'

So ask yourself this: Am I a child or am I grown up enough to make my own decisions? Why do I feel the need to ask permission to do something that is perfectly lawful. After all, you have an inalienable right to travel don't you?

On a lighter not: If the Police ask me to identify myself, I look in the rear view mirror and say "Yep! That's me!"
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Re: Signiture

Postby benzkii » Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:56 pm

MikeThomas wrote:I

On a lighter not: If the Police ask me to identify myself, I look in the rear view mirror and say "Yep! That's me!"


love that!!!!!
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Re: Signiture

Postby nowares » Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:28 pm

Can you not sign "VA [signature]" or "[signature]..." as, essentially, under protest and duress?

As MikeThomas suggests, it is a moot point as you are subjugating yourself to their rules as a part of the submittion of application process.
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Re: Signiture

Postby benzkii » Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:54 pm

nowares wrote:Can you not sign "VA [signature]" or "[signature]..." as, essentially, under protest and duress?

As MikeThomas suggests, it is a moot point as you are subjugating yourself to their rules as a part of the submittion of application process.


second that!!
any thoughts!!???
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Re: Signiture

Postby jonboy » Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:30 pm

What do you mean you need it for ID?
WHy?
Who do you need to identify yourself to? And how does a piece of paper Identify someone?
A freeman has no need to identify himself to anyone, ever, the police, the army, the CIA, ANYONE.
A piece of paper does not identify anything. YOU are YOU. I am me.
We are not pieces of paper, we are not names, we do not have names, names are fictions.
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Re: Signiture

Postby pitano1 » Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:42 pm

some time ago,the policy enforcers where trying
to create joinder,for a serious allegation.

after tipping my home upside down,one of the five
was rifling in one of the draws,and i saw a look of
triumph drift across his mush,now i do not profess
to any mind reading skills,but i could see that he was
thinking..`got the fucker`,as he held my passport aloft
like some kind of olympic torch..IS THIS YOU? he taunted

no ses i,its a photer.. :clap: :clap: :clap:

the moral here,is without your comfirmation,any id `is just stationary`.

this pissed them off,and me being a bit new as far as my rights were
concerned,they carted me off to the local cop shop,for a four hour
grilling.
two weeks later ALL CHARGES WERE DROPPED. :grin:
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Re: Signiture

Postby hurn » Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:52 pm

use a rubber stamp the same as corporations because this seems a way for them to cop out and pass the buck by rubberstamp
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Re: Signiture

Postby jonboy » Fri Jun 24, 2011 4:31 pm

Never sign anything. Nobody ever NEEDS to sign anything. You are signing your rights away guaranteed.

We do not need paperwork, stationary, forms, letters, notices, documents, ID, passports, licences.

IT IS A PRISON FOR YOUR MIND NEO.
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