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The Sovereign Individual: How to Survive and Thrive During the Collapse of the Welfare State (1997)

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In Blood in the Streets and The Great Reckoning, Davidson and Rees-Mogg foresaw many of the cataclysmic effects of the shift from an industrial to an information-based society. In their new book, they prepare readers for the chaotic upheaval that lies ahead and outline the far-reaching, practical consequences of adapting for the new global economy and the information age.

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I respond here solely to point out that under the law in the United States, the term, "sovereign" means "the government".

Under the law in the United States, the term, "sovereign" does not mean an "individual", because no "individual" is "the government".

Under the law in the United States,"WE [a PLURAL term] the PEOPLE [also a PLURAL term]" COLLECTIVELY in the form of our ELECTED government are "sovereign".

But, under the law in the United States, no "IDIVIDUAL" (a SINGULAR term) can be "sovereign" because no "individual" is the ELECTED government of "We the People".

That means that the term "sovereign citizen" and "sovereign individual" (and the entire belief system that surrounds that term) is the result of the INABILITY of amateur legal theorists TO DISTINGUISH between PLURAL and SINGULAR terms.

why do you ALWAYS have to post a wall of text so large you have to scroll through several times for every single fucking post snoop?
I am just gonna stop reading your posts.. automatic TD:DR

Hello Pax,

Understood.

Point taken.

I will delete everything except the intro.

I apologize for my shortcomings.

Sincerely,

Snoop

it's appreciated.. when posts are just massive it doesn't led itself to easy reading plus with the load copy/pasted tacked on the end it jusrt gets a bit much.
Cheers again

Pax,

Understood.

Snoop