I didn't even bother reading that. It's just jargon to confuse people. Do you really want to know why people have to pay property taxes? Because there is no such thing as a land patent anymore. They were issused/sold in the early 1800s to formally assign land to people. They could only be bought with gold or silver. These land patents could be passed down to heirs without any paperwork being done. Somewhere along the line the states got ahold of them, probably by force, and now you are issued what is called a deed. A deed is just proof that the land patent exists somewhere. It exists in state archives, and I don't think it even exists anymore, they've likely all been scanned to microfilm. Since the land is state property, you are merely a tenant who rents it. A deed just puts your name as the tenant. Since it's the state's property, you must follow their rules of use or they can just take it at any time.
The same thing applies to cars. A title is not proof of ownership. It just points to a state having possession (on microfilm) of the MSO or MCO. It's why sovereigns are shoved in jail for having unregistered, uninsured, and uninspected cars and are driving without licenses. It's because that car is not their property, it's the state's. You can get the MSO/MCO only if you buy the car with cash. Even then dealers are reluctant to give you that piece of paper, claiming that they legally have to send it to the state to have the car titled.
The same things even apply to your body if you actually looked into it. You can thank your ancestors for just signing birth certificates without looking what they said. There is a box to check that they are handing their baby over to the state because they needed a hospital to deliver the child, making them unfit parents, and the state is just giving them mere guardianship. There is a check box that inducts you under the social security system. It's an outright lie that you are required to have a social security number. Once you are signed up for it there is no leaving it.
Please come join my forum if you're not a trendy and agree with my points of view.
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