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UCC Does NOT Acknowledge Sovereignty of The People or Bill of Rights Part 12

The Uniform Commercial Code of the District of Columbia does not acknowledge the sovereignty of “We the People” or the BILL OF RIGHTS written into the original 1789 Ratified Republic Constitution or the 2nd rewritten Corporate Constitution, ACT OF 1871. Myself, in writing of the man or woman making the same (other than a deposition, …

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UCC Does NOT Acknowledge Sovereignty Of The People Or Bill Of Rights Part 11

The Uniform Commercial Code of the District of Columbia does not acknowledge the sovereignty of “We the People” or the BILL OF RIGHTS written into the original 1789 Ratified Republic Constitution or the 2nd rewritten Corporate Constitution, ACT OF 1871. The U.C.C. All Rights Reserved, Without Prejudice: Following is your recourse back into Executive Common …

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UCC Does NOT Acknowledge Sovereignty Of The People Or Bill Of Rights Part 10

The Uniform Commercial Code of the District of Columbia does not acknowledge the sovereignty of “We the People” or the BILL OF RIGHTS written into the original 1789 Ratified Republic Constitution or the 2nd rewritten Corporate Constitution, ACT OF 1871. “I am not in receipt of any document which verifies that I am a taxpayer …

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UCC Does NOT Acknowledge Sovereignty Of The People Or Bill Of Rights Part 9

The Uniform Commercial Code of the District of Columbia does not acknowledge the sovereignty of “We the People” or the BILL OF RIGHTS written into the original 1789 Ratified Republic Constitution or the 2nd rewritten Corporate Constitution, ACT OF 1871. “I am not a taxpayer”—that’s an opinion. The history of this Code shows that it …

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