Comment: Definition of Register

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Definition of Register

Yea, doggydogworld, his definition of ReGEISTer is weird and off the wall patriot jargon.

Register comes from the root word "reg", which means king, as in regicide - the killing of a king.

Where patriots miss the boat is their loathing of being UNDER A monarch. Americans are not under A monarch, we are AMONG millions of monarchs. We are all kings. So, instead of hating to register something, we need to make sure "register" is used as we define it, not as a lawyer or member of the BAR defines it. If I register something I own, I am declaring, as the king of my domain that that is my possession and under my domain. It is the duty of public servants to so note it that if anyone ever steals something I have registered, they have proof that it is mine.

The idea that if you register something, it then comes under the jurisdiction of the government is made more prominent in the eyes of the courts and the public by the failure of us to make our own declarations clear and properly defined.

It is important to create your own forms for making your declarations or registrations, instead of using forms provided by others.

Does this open any eyes? Give any clues as to how to go about defending your property and your rights and establishing who you are?

Freedom is the ability to do what you want to do.
Liberty is the ability to do what you ought to do.
"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17