Respecting authority began with respecting my father & mother. My mother laid down the hammer when I became unruly, so I was careful to mind her directives. As I grew however, it became clear that not all authority figures were due the same respect.
Thing about authority in the Real World is that regardless of the Demands, Orders, Summons, Notices, Appearance Requirements, & the like, they are only Offers!
Thing is, Applications, Notices, Registrations, & Submissions are what the Dominant Society use to give them power over you through your unwitting consent. They hope you break the law by the way you handle their Offer. If you ignore their Offer, you enter a place called “dishonor” which creates unfavorable consequences & you’ll be on the hook for their Claim. If you reply to their Offer seeking clarification (i.e. asking the definition of a word, stating something is not understood, requesting confirmation of their Claim, etc.) then you maintain your “honor”.
For example, if you receive a Parking Ticket, that’s just a Notice. If you accept their Offer without imposing certain conditions to it, then you are consenting to their power, which places you under their authority. Ask them to verify the debt by a human signature confirming you agreed to pay & a two-party contract supporting their Claim. As they cannot supply either, it destroys the validity of their Request for Payment.
The law conveniently allows individuals to contract freely, but as it pertains to the Uniform Commercial Code & the Color of Law, you are compelled to perform the duties within contracts that you don’t even realize you’ve entered into! That’s why it’s imperative to understand Commerce & how transactions are made on these High Seas, because all your Bills, Debts, & Liabilities have already been paid for.
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