Frequently Asked Questions
Should we get rid of our Birth Certificate?
This is something for you to decide for yourselves. Our simplest answer to this is No!
Your Birth Certificate is something you shouldn’t be scared of. Your Birth Certificate is your means of being recognised in the public, to be able to operate through the public realm of commerce. without your Birth Certificate, you wont be able to gain much of the benefits that a public society offers.
What should we know before embarking on this journey
There is nothing specific that you would need to know before hand as you will gain information along the way. All you will need is an open mind and be willing to put into practice the information you will have gained.
Do we need to use our fingerprints, DNA and hair samples on our Affidavits?
There is no actual basis or weight when it comes to signing documents using your fingerprint, your hair, or using your blood as a means of asserting who you are on your Affidavits.
This is a practice that is prominent within the ‘Freeman Movement’ in which we do not associate ourselves with.
Once you structure your documents well and have them signed and witnessed by either 2 or 3 witnesses or verified by a postmaster within the post office, this will suffice as being enough. It will be up to others to than disprove that the documents doesn’t relate to you as a man or woman.
pus there are some hygiene issues behind such a method – we advise not to do this!
Are there any monies attached to our Birth Certificate?
Yes and No!
Your Birth Certificate in itself is a document that has monetary value sentiments attached to it.
Your Birth Certificate will act as a security instrument (Surety) to secure any future loans (debts) that the government wants to levy.
In regards to any money attached to the Birth Certificate that you can physically claim, you would need to file a claim within the petty bag office within the courts of chancery and with the attention of the attorney general following guidelines in the Cestue Que Vie Act 1707
Are the Police public servants?
The Police are what is known to the public as being Public Servants – the have a duty to serve the public and have a duty by Law to uphold their oaths to the public
Can we use the Accepted 4 Value process to pay for our utility bills?
Practically: Not always!
This is a process that would need to be studied and understood entirely before one practices such a method. It is all based on contracts and conditional acceptances. Some companies will accept, but the majority will still issue you your bill, and in some cases with additional charges.