Im surprised how few of you are researching this!Submitted by juliusbragg on Sun, 05/10/2009 - 12:54
DO you wonder why you have no constitutional rights?
as all of us know, anyone who resides in the District of Columbia have no constitutional rights.....well,
(keep in mind that in title 26 "United States" means "any Federal zone", ie. military base, port, D.C., Puerto Rico, Virgin islands, etc.)
(keep in mind that "resident", "citizen" or "U.S. citizen", or "U.S. Person" means a "citizen of the Federal government"
USC Title 26 7701 link: http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/uscode26/usc_sec_26_000077...
(39) Persons residing outside "United States"
If any "citizen" or "resident" of the "United States" does not reside in (and is not found in) any "United States" judicial district, such "citizen" or "resident" shall be treated as residing in the District of Columbia for purposes of any provision of this title relating to—
in other words,
If you claim to be a "citizen" or "U.S. citizen" or "resident" on any govt. form, (which we all have) you are declaring under penalty of perjury, that you are a "citizen" of a Federal zone, and the above sec. (39) applies to you.
This means if you claim to be a "citizen" or "resident", and you live in Michigan, Ohio, Kansas, Arizona, California, Alaska, etc...according to 7701 (39) you will be treated as if you live in the District of Columbia.
It gets no clearer than this.
YOU ARE NOT A "citizen" or "U.S. citizen"
ignorance of the law is NO EXCUSE
read here why you are NOT a citizen.
anyone born in one of the 50 states and residing in one of the 50 states is legally a "national" or "state national" NOT a "US National"
do nationals pay income tax? NO, even according to IRS, nationals are NOT required to file.
This is because income tax on anyone who does not live in D.C. (for the most part) is un-constitutional! This is why they say in 7701 (39), if you claim to be a "citizen" we will treat you as if you live in the District of Columbia!