Isn't extorting money out of us to pay off a debt owed to us a violation of our human rights? And if they're claiming you owe some tax as the man, can't you simply instruct the trustees/employees to discharge the debt since you are the beneficiary?
We are now (when you reach legal age) no longer playing the "name" game with respect to the trust/b-certificate solely in a Trust Law venue; it is now a "corporate law" venue, and we must look at it through a different glass.
Now we are shareholders of the corporate/legal fiction name, and the gov't is our employee(s), and their job is to provide you and I with the maximum amount of return possible, because we are the investors that keep their Corp UNITED STATES running; and as shareholders, we can appoint directors to the "legal fiction" name, which can be ourselves (the beneficiaries/investors).
The birth certificate is the only document we have that has their signature/stamp on it that proves they (the gov't) have an obligation to us; this is a good thing, you may need to operate in that capacity at some point.
Even with the social security card/scam and the use of definitions they've made for their own employees (person, etc), I would think they'd have to provide some sort of payroll record proving you were acting in "that" capacity as a public servant/employee/trustee, etc.at the time you made the money they claim you owe.
Just because we have the card, doesn't mean we were acting in that capacity at the time we made the money they claim we owe. If a policeman shows you his badge at a restaurant, does that mean he's on the job (receiving pay) at the time he showed you the badge?
The bottom line is: We are the shareholders/beneficiaries of the corporate-legal fiction name on the birth certificate, and the gov't is the employee/trustee; how can the employee of a corporation extort taxes out of an investor/shareholder of that corporation?
Here's Dean's video on "How can you prove you're not/was performing a function of Gov't at the time you made money, etc."
I've got a few thoughts, but still working on it. What say you?