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Facts Versus Fiction Versus Deception

Fact versus Fiction versus Deception

Case 2:
Date: 8-25-2014
Words used: States

Fact: no
Fiction: yes
Deception: Unknown origin

Link:
http://www.nationallibertyalliance.org/comment/2236#comment-...

My reply in Case 2:
http://www.nationallibertyalliance.org/comment/2237#comment-...

My Reply:

In a dictatorship, perhaps, the common idea is that the dictators have the authority to require this and that, such as drivers licenses.

That works that way because the dictators demand extortion payments.

That was summed up here:

http://www.ushistory.org/paine/commonsense/sense2.htm

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Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one: for when we suffer, or are exposed to the same miseries BY A GOVERNMENT, which we might expect in a country WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, our calamity is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer.
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That explains how dictators steal all the power that can be stolen from the subjects who are subjected to dictators running a dictatorship. So the dictators running the dictatorship grow fat, stupid, and many; while the subjects grow poor, angry, and few.

Soon enough there isn't anything left to steal, because that path leads to everyone becoming dictators in dictatorships, and there are no more subjects making things worth stealing.

So I take issue with this:
"If you read the case it actually confirms that the State does have the authority to require a Driver's License."

There is no such thing as a State having authority, and anyone making such claims is either one of the dictators who knows there is no such thing as a State having authority, or one of the dictators who actually thinks that the State has authority.

1. The one making the claim knows the claim is a lie, for common sense is such that a legal fiction, or State, cannot have authority. Common sense is such that a legal fiction, or State, cannot have accountability. Legal fiction cannot have responsibility. Legal fiction cannot have liability.

2. The one making the claim fell into the legal fiction falsehood web of deceit.
The State has no authority. The State is a legal fiction.

If someone speaks about the State, then they are speaking about a few people who think and act as a group. The State does not have, hold, use, employ, authority. People have, hold, use, employ, authority. When people abuse authority that abuse is called treason, or crime, and people either know it, or people are defenseless against crimes done by false authorities, meaning people, as people are false authorities when they abuse authority, not legal fictions, or States perpetrating crimes.

If the idea is to understand the public thing, or res-publica, then that idea may be a good idea.

If the idea is to promote limited liability legal fictions that pose as authority under the color of law, then count me out.

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http://www.nationallibertyalliance.org/fact-versus-fiction-v...
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http://www.power-independence.com/forum/view_post.php?post_i...

Joe