Technically speaking, you are a US citizen RESIDING in a state. You may consider youself a native of your State, but all the documentation and evidence suggests otherwise (birth certificate, voting registration, SS number, drivers license, & etc.). You must demonstrate and prove your standing, and if the Federal Government has it wrong it is your obligation to correct it. You can not serve two masters. You are either a subject citizen of the US and subject to its jurisdiction, which exists outside of the Union of free and independent American States, or you are a self governing native and a National of the state in which you were born, and by Constitutional Right, an inhabitant of the State in which you now live. You can't have it both ways. Sorry. It's just a matter of law.
To be a State National is to be a "non-resident alian" of The United States.
~ Engage in the war of attrition: http://pacalliance.us/redamendment/
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