Pope Declares the People Are Sovereign – and that’s ok!
Next time they ask you "are you a sovereign or sovereign citizen?" Remind them of these facts, but never admit to such a claim as a label, but simply ask the question…aren't you?
Why is good to be a sovereign?
When they laugh at you or call you a sovereign, or simply ask if you are, respond with a question (never an answer, which is a confession).
When they try to get you to confess to being “sovereign” or “sovereign citizens”, never admit anything but simply ask, have you seen this explanation of what that is? Aren’t you not one too?
Before discussing the characteristics of law, which is the product of a state, it is necessary to briefly comment on sovereigns, who are the precursors to the state. A sovereign is a free-standing, independent agent, whose right to exist and act are inherent by nature. While much weird and degenerate philosophy has been fabricated over the centuries alleging social contracts, mystical fatherlands, divine right and the like, ad nauseum, the simple and incontrovertible facts are: No human being can assure a claim of authority by right over any other human being; All human agencies are merely subordinate constructs which can claim no authority beyond that of their creators; furthermore, such agencies can assert nothing for themselves, and assertions made on their behalf can have no demonstrable standing beyond that of the speaker or speakers– who are just other human beings; No one can claim rights superior in quantity or quality to those of anyone else.
Therefore, regardless of whether or not each of us really has a right to act freely, no one else has a right to interfere with our acting freely. So, we are all sovereign by default at least, if not by design. Our power-to-act is not dependent upon or answerable to any other person or any other person’s creation. Regarding The Law And Its “Virtues” States, on the other hand, are not sovereign, except as to other states. This will be discussed in more detail below. Also see black’s law, the bible, etc.
By the way this article by the Pope himself says the People Are Sovereigns? So when asked are you one of those sovereigns or sovereign citizens, “well the Pope says I am sovereign, that’s good enough for me! Aren’t you one too? So if he says that I am, I can accept that.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/10/03/pope-francis-tells-american-catholics-to-vote-your-conscience.html Published October 03, 2016 FoxNews.com
Pope Francis tells American Catholics to vote your conscience
MY COMMENT: Did the Pope just say we are sovereigns? YES HE DID. Of couse we dont need him to say it, but this is just a minder. Never let government official demonize you or criticize you for being “sovereign” – this is a common demonization they use on free thinking people.
Pope Francis weighed into the U.S. elections Sunday, urging American Catholics struggling to choose a president to study the issues, pray and then vote your conscience. Francis was asked by reporters on the way from Azerbaijan how he would counsel the American faithful who are being asked to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Francis added that he would never interfere in an election campaign, saying “the people are sovereign.”
"I'll just say this: Study the proposals well, pray, and choose in conscience." Francis, prefacing his words by saying he was talking about a “fictional situation,” appeared to say that the U.S. was among the countries that have lost what he described a culture of politics. “When in any country there are two, three or four candidates who don't satisfy everyone, it means that perhaps the political life of that country has become too politicized and that it does not have much political culture," he said. "People say 'I'm from this party' or 'I'm from that party,' but effectively, they don't have clear thoughts about the basics, about proposals.”
Francis did intervene in the campaign earlier this year when, on his way home from a visit to the U.S.-Mexican border, he was asked about Trump's proposal to build a wall to keep Mexicans out of the U.S. Francis said anyone who builds a wall isn't Christian. Trump fired back, saying it was "disgraceful" for a religious leader to question's someone's faith. Many American Catholics have been struggling to decide between the two candidates over a host of issues that makes each one unpalatable on faith-based and other grounds. The Associated Press contributed to this report.