posted on Nov, 5 2012 @ 06:50 PM
reply to post by PsykoOps
There are no rules in either law or grammar to which you would spell a name in all upper-case letters. Proper names are always capitalized, i.e. John
Smith, and are not spelled in all upper-case, i.e. JOHN SMITH. These are "legal fictions" as opposed to "lawful names". Thus we can assume that
this practice is done with the intent in mind of undertaking some sort of fraud.
As to the question of whether or not this makes you a corporation; it does not make "you" a "corporation" since "you" are a flesh and blood
living soul. Corporations exist only as "legal fictions". However, if you step forward and speak for the legal fiction, ALL CAP, corporation, you
assume its place.
LEGAL FICTION definition:
Believing or assuming something not true is true. Used in judicial reasoning for avoiding issues where a new situation comes up against the law,
changing how the law is applied, but not changing the text of the law.
This is the reason behind the use of all caps when writing a proper name. The US and State Governments are deliberately using a legal fiction to
"address" the lawful, real, flesh-and-blood man or woman. This is deliberate because their own official publications state that proper names are not
to be written in all caps.They are deliberately not following their own recognized authorities.
What is PERSON? Definition by law:
A man considered according to the rank he holds in society, with all the rights to which the place he holds entitles him, and the duties which it
imposes. A human being considered as capable of having rights and of being charged with duties; while a “thing” is the object over which rights
may be exercised.
A corporation is a "person" for purposes of the constitutional guarantees of equal protection of laws and Due Process of Law.
you want me to keep going, i got all night dude.