Words have very precise meanings.
2 a : a member of a state b : a native or naturalized person who owes allegiance to a government and is entitled to protection from it
So to start out with RESIDENT AT: Is asking me to identify myself as a fulltime employee citizen of the United States®, to be regulated as part of
the Commerce System, where I owe an allegiance to the Corporation, must abide by it’s bylaws, and must assume personal liability for it’s
debt’s, and further agree to never rebel against it.
I do really not like this envelope so far, but as I said there is more to RESIDENT AT
Note how RESIDENT AT is all in Capital Letters, and then take a look at the rest of the Envelope and note that the only other thing in all Capital
Letters is the warning that YOUR RESPONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW.
Take a few minutes if you will and take a look at some of your personal mail at home, and take note of how many of them are addressed to you where
your name appears in all Capital Letters, not all of them are, but all of your Bills and Legal Correspondences are, and there is a reason for that.
This process is known as Capitas Diminutio Maximas which is both an act and has an outcome, and purpose as well, as being a poll tax. The Census by
the way is a poll, to establish a tax register.
Capitas means poll tax in Latin. Dinimutio in Latin means decessio in Latin, wich means to decrease, and diminution. Maximas in Latin means a general
truth, fundamental principle, or rule of conduct.
This is a legal doctrine dating back to the Republic where your status through the spelling of your name denotes how encumbered you are by the state.
Capitas Diminutio Maximas was/is a legal doctrine used by Rome to diminish a person’s status through the capitalization of their name.
Older versions of Black’s Law dictionary, published before 1950 actually describe the process in legal terms, which I can not find an online
reference too, but would likely be available at a local older library.
So in review, under the Capitas Diminutio Maximas fundamental principle and rule of conduct, the more capital letters included in your name, the more
diminished and the more taxed you are in the eyes of the State and by the State, john doe, is totally free and unrestricted, John Doe is partially
taxed and diminished in stature, and JOHN DOE is completely diminished in stature and subjected to the heaviest restrictions and taxation of and by
Here in the United States® when transferring some titles like that of a Motor Vehicle, you will actually be asked to hand print your name in all
Capital Letters and it even states it on the form, please print your name in all capitol letters.
This is in fact done to totally diminish you and to cede the property to the State which actually holds the Title, and Ownership through it, and
simply allows you to use the property in exchange for a Tax and a Fee, if you fail to pay the Tax and the Fee the State will either fine you, or take
the property or your privilege to use the property, that you imagine that you own away.
As I look at the Census Envelope, and knowing a good deal about the History of the United States and the fact that the Census was part of the terms of
the Treaty of Paris that concluded the Revolutionary War and was dictated by the English King, as a means to monitor the new incorporated nation’s
ability to pay the European Monarchs, Vatican and Bankers and Creditors who owned the North American Continent and then further considering that the
Census is an offer of Contract, asking me to identify myself as a full time employee of the United States®, abide then by all it’s bylaws, and
assume responsibility for it’s debts, I have in fact been reluctant to participate in the Census for these reasons.
I too like most people was nervous when the first census enumerator knocked on my door, but I decided that the best thing to do was to honestly
explain to them, what I have just honestly explained to you, in regards to my suspicions and perspectives, and reluctance.
Believe it or not, the census workers to visit to date, a total of 5 in all, not only patiently listened to me explain all these things, but enjoyed
me explaining all these things, and thanked me for explaining all these things. They actually asked for more sources where they could find out more
about these things.
They put away there clipboards, almost guiltily so, and made no attempt to get me to participate in filling out the form.
I explained these things to them, politely, cordially, and kindly, and in fact was thrilled to do so, because how receptive they have been to having
someone like me, share my own observations and questions about the Census.
Having said that, I am not advocating anyone else do this, or encouraging anyone else to do so, for me it’s a matter of personal choice, and
retaining my options to make personal choices, by refusing what I am sure is just a binding social contract I don’t want to be a party to or
We all have to make our own choices in life, and live with them, but to date after five census workers have visited the only consequence I have
encountered is five grateful census workers who enjoyed hearing what I had to share, and how I shared it with them.
Now in relation to some of the GPS fears, let’s be honest folks, Google Earth already has your house marked with satellites, and so does the U.S.
Government, and probably the Russian Government, the Chinese Government, the Israeli Government, and the UK Government too, including most of the dogs
and cats in your neighborhood who have likely marked your house in other ways for their own identification.
Yes they are establishing an electronic control grid that likely isn’t going to serve us well, but they can do that easily enough from outer space.
Whether you want to participate in the Census or not, the Census workers are human beings, and in fact your neighbors, and are just poor working
stiffs, trying to make a buck in a tough economy, and the only thing they have been told about the Census is what most people are told about the
Census, it’s to apportion congressional seats and human services.
I have seen some somewhat alarming threads pop up in the last few days, where some other members are treating the Census Workers like a hostile
military force, and the fact of the matter is having encountered 5 of them, they are very approachable, and personable if you treat them in that way,
and they will go away, even happily if you don’t want to participate.
There is an old saying, if you can’t beat them join them, of course, if you can get them to join you, you don’t have to beat them or join them,
and to tell the truth, it’s pretty easy to get them to join you.
Rest assured there aren’t too many people out there right now who aren’t uncertain about the future, and looking for answers, don’t be afraid to
give them some!
[edit on 20/5/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]