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          Ever since the ink dried on the words “all men are created equal” within the Declaration of Independence, there have been powers behind the scene out to undermine America.  If the principles of the phrase “all men are created equal” (and, of course, women) are upheld, there would be no federal alphabet agency with any jurisdiction over a sovereign American.  Well, believe it or not, no federal alphabet agency has any jurisdiction over a sovereign American, but they all have jurisdiction over a “U.S. Resident”.  An American that has applied for a Social Security number is presumed to be a “U.S. Resident”.  A “U.S. Resident” includes being a “taxpayer”, which is a term that is defined as a member of the Merchant Marine (in other words, a federal employee – only federal employees are liable for federal employment taxes), and a “U.S. Citizen”, which is a term that is defined as an American that has also acquired U.S. possession citizenship.  If the reader is unfamiliar with the definitions of the legal terms “U.S. Resident”, “taxpayer”, and “U.S. Citizen” in the last sentence, please see more at the Post “The U.S. Resident” at http://wp.me/pCW6e-3g of this Blog.  All “U.S. Residents” are federal government tax collectors of revenue from importing duties within the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws – the U.S. possessions.  The government’s regulatory agencies are implementing laws on its own tax collectors - the “U.S. Residents”. 

          The drug and medicine laws are derived from the internal revenue laws.  Since internal revenue is a special part of the customs, all legal actions are brought under the importing provisions of the law at title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, section 1340, “Internal revenue; customs duties”.  (See more at the Post titled “Internal Revenue Jurisdiction” at http://wp.me/pCW6e-3Z of this Blog).  Keeping secret the source of jurisdiction for internal revenue (importing provisions) is of the utmost importance to the government. 

          The Revised Statutes from the 1870’s evidence that within title XXXV, “Internal Revenue”, there were specific objects that were subject to stamp taxes.  Here is a link from the Revised Statutes to title XXXV, “Internal Revenue”, chapter 9, “Stamp-taxes on Specific Objects”:  Revised Statutes – Title 35, “Internal Revenue”, Chapter 9  Note that section 3419, “Tax on medicines or preparations, perfumery, cosmetics, etc.” on the statute heading list is the statute that imposes a stamp tax on drugs and medicines.  Within section 3419 itself there is no mention of the specific items upon which the tax is imposed, but instead the stamp taxes are levied upon “the articles mentioned in Schedule A”.  Schedule A is a listing of medicines, preparations, perfumery, cosmetics, etc.  See this link:  Schedule A from the Revised Statutes.  “Internal revenue” is a special part of the customs – customs gains revenue for the government from importing duties dealing with foreign countries while internal revenue gains revenue from importing duties dealing with the U.S. possessions.  Within title 19 U.S.C., “Customs Duties”, all importing duties are determined by the Harmonized Tariff Schedule.  See the link to Title 19 U.S.C. Section 1202 – Tariff Schedule that describes the publishing of the tariff schedule.  Since internal revenue is a part of the customs, then it is natural for internal revenue to use a schedule to determine its duties.    

          Two sections of great importance from the Revised Statutes within title XXXV, “Internal Revenue”, are cited under chapter 11, “Provisions Common to Several Objects of Taxation”.  One of the sections within chapter 11 is section 3448, which defines the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws as “within the external boundaries of the United States” which is obviously the opposite of “within the internal boundaries of the United States”, or, in other words, the possessions and territories of the United States.  This is now referenced from title 19 U.S.C., “Customs Duties”, within section 1317, “Tobacco products; supplies for certain vessels and aircraft”, where it directs to title 26 U.S.C., “Internal Revenue”, section 2197, “Territorial extent of law” (from the 1939 Internal Revenue Code), to see the definition of the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws.  Revised Statute 3448 is the predecessor of title 26 U.S.C. section 2197 (1939 Code), which is now found at title 26 U.S.C. section 5065, “Territorial extent of law”.  The other important section from title XXXV of the Revised Statutes is section 3464 which defines that importing is the basis of the internal revenue laws.  This is the predecessor of title 26 U.S.C. section 7510, “Exemption from tax of domestic goods purchased for the United States”, of the current Internal Revenue Code.  See Revised Statutes – Title 35, “Internal Revenue”, Chapter 11, “Provisions Common to Several Objects of Taxation”, along with sections 3448 and 3464. 

          The drug laws were transferred from the Commissioner of Internal Revenue to the Secretary of the Treasury by an Act of Congress approved on March 3, 1927.  See the link to section 163 within Title 21 U.S.C. Sec. 161 – 165

          As evidenced above, this was done in 1927 during the preplanned prohibition years in order to prepare for the preplanned federal government bankruptcy (in the 1930’s) by the Federal Reserve – the international counterfeiters.  The federal government is just a bankrupt tool for its owners, the Federal Reserve.  The law evidences that the government is bankrupt:  title 11 U.S.C., “Bankruptcy”, is implemented by title 11 C.F.R., “Federal Elections”.  This means that voting for federal officials is simply voting for the administration of a bankruptcy – all controlled by the international counterfeiters.  

          The federal government and its owners, the Federal Reserve, have gone to great lengths to hide the fact that the jurisdiction of “internal revenue” is based upon importing laws.  In order to make it appear that the government also had jurisdiction to control drugs, the government had to separate those laws from the internal revenue laws.  However, the original jurisdiction of the drug laws is still based upon the internal revenue laws, and, therefore, importing duties.  The government cannot change its Constitutionally granted powers or jurisdiction without an Amendment to the Constitution. 

          There is no listing under title 18 U.S.C., “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, in part I, “Crimes”, that is based directly upon the drug laws.  Here is a link to the list of all the chapters within Title 18 U.S.C., “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, Part I – “Crimes”.  Chapter 17A, “Common Carrier Operation Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs”, is the only chapter with a reference to drugs.    

           However, chapter 68, which is now repealed, originally had to do with drugs.  Within it, at section 1403 and 1404, it evidences that the basis of jurisdiction for the drug laws was originally based upon importing and exporting.  See link to Title 18 U.S.C., “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, Chapter 68 which is now repealed. 

           This is a link to Title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, Chapter 6, “Narcotic Drugs”.  This chapter has now been repealed and superceded by new statutes.  Note that the very first subdivision is titled “Importation or Exportation”.  Every statute within chapter 6 has either been repealed or transferred to a new location.  Of chief importance are sections 198a through 198c under the subdivision titled “Miscellaneous”.  See the link:  Title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, Sections 198a -198c.  Section 198a has been transferred to section 967, section 198b has been transferred to section 968, and section 198c has been transferred to section 969.  These sections will be examined further on in this Post.   

          Title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”, now lists the crimes concerning narcotic drugs.  What the legislative draftsmen have done is to write the statutes in such a way that anyone charged with a violation of one of the sections within Subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, is presumed to be charged under the jurisdiction of subchapter II, “Import and Export”, as well.  See the link here to Title 21 U.S.C. Sec. 965, “Applicability of part E of subchapter I” .  Part E of subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, is titled “Administrative and Enforcement Provisions”.  Within section 965 it states that whatever administrative and judicial proceedings apply under subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, shall apply under the administrative and judicial proceedings under subchapter II, “Import and Export”.  At first blush it would seem that the provisions under subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, are the source of the jurisdiction for the proceedings within subchapter II, “Import and Export”.  However, section 965 then states that for the purposes of application of this section (965) any reference in section 880 or 881 to “this subchapter” (both sections 880 and 881 are within part E, “Administrative and Enforcement Provisions”, of subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”) shall be deemed to be a reference to this subchapter (“Import and Export”).  It then states that any reference to section 823 (within subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”) shall be deemed to be a reference to section 958 (within subchapter II, “Import and Export”).  It further states that any reference to section 822(d) (within subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”) is to be deemed to be a reference to section 957(b)(2) (within subchapter II, “Import and Export”).     

          What title 21 U.S.C. Section 965 has done is to deem that the sections that actually convey jurisdiction to the administrative and judicial proceedings set out in part E, “Administrative and Enforcement Provisions”, of subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, be based upon the sections cited above within subchapter II, “Import and Export”.  These sections are simply “deemed” to be referenced – this “legally” bases the drug laws on the importing/exporting laws without ever stating it in the charge itself.  Once any of these cites are used as the basis of a drug violation, then the administrative and judicial proceedings have jurisdiction, since the actual basis of the jurisdiction has been deemed to be cited by the provisions of section 965.  Further, since subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, details all of the provisions that apply in the administrative and judicial proceedings, there is no need to cite the underlying basis of any charge from subchapter II, “Import and Export”. 

          Title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, section 965 specifically states that any time that section 880, “Administrative inspections and warrants”, or section 881, “Forfeitures”, references “this subchapter” it shall be deemed a reference to subchapter II, “Imports and exports”.   Title 21 U.S.C. Sec. 880 “Administrative inspections and warrants” uses the phrase “this subchapter” in the following of its subsections:  (a)(1), (b)(1), (b)(3)(A), (b)(3)(B), and (d)(1) – sometimes more than once in each subsection.  Title 21 U.S.C. Sec. 881 “Forfeitures” uses the phrase “this subchapter” in the following of its subsections:  (a)(1), (a)(2), (a)(5), (a)(6), (a)(7), (a)(8), (a)(9), (c), (d), (e)(1), (e)(2)(A), (e)(4)(B), (f)(1), (f)(2), and (g)(1) – again, sometimes more than once in each subsection.     

          Also note that the sections from the repealed chapter 6, “Narcotic Drugs”, within title 21 U.S.C. listed above – section 198a through section 198c (transferred to sections 967 through 969) – are now within subchapter II, “Import and Export” (comprising sections 951 through 971), of chapter 13.  Section 967 grants the Secretary of the Treasury the authority to issue subpoenas, administer oaths, compel attendance of witnesses, take evidence, require production of records, etc.  Section 968 concerns the serving of subpoenas and the proof of service.  Section 969 grants the court jurisdiction for contempt proceedings.  See the link to Title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, Sections 967 – 969.  As evidenced above, title 21 U.S.C. section 965 deems that part E (“Administrative and Enforcement Provisions”) of subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement” is based upon subchapter II, “Import and Export”.  Everything that was the original basis of the narcotic drugs – importing/exporting – is still intact.  Since an American who has applied for a Social Security number is presumed to be a “U.S. Resident” involved with collecting importing duties within the U.S. possessions, the drug laws are necessarily based upon importing. 

          Now let’s examine title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, for the jurisdiction and venue statutes based upon drugs.  Here is a link to a list of the sections of code within Title 28 U.S.C. Chapter 85 and Chapter 87 - chapter 85 is titled “District courts; jurisdiction” and chapter 87 is titled “District courts; venue”.  Since as evidenced above that there is no crime listed for drug violations under title 18 U.S.C., “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, it is logical that there is no jurisdiction cite based upon drugs in title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, either.  This is because the government wants to hide the fact that the jurisdiction of internal revenue is based upon importing laws and, further, that the drug laws originated within the internal revenue laws. 

          What there is listed as a jurisdictional grant to the courts in title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, is  Title 28 U.S.C. Sec. 1355 “Fine, penalty and forfeiture”.  Within section 1355(b)(1)(B) is a reference to section 1395.  Title 28 U.S.C. section 1395 is within chapter 87, “District courts; venue”, and it is also titled “Fine, penalty or forfeiture”.  Here is the link to Title 28 U.S.C. Sec. 1395.  Note under the “Historical and Revision Notes” of section 1395 it states that this section is based on previous title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, sections and also title 26 U.S.C., “Internal Revenue”, section 3745(c).  The cite to 26 U.S.C. section 3745 is from the 1939 version of the Code.  Here is a link to Title 26 U.S.C. Sec. 3745 (1939 Code), “Suits for fines, penalties, and forfeitures”. 

          These sections grant the courts jurisdiction and venue for any forfeiture, including the drug laws, while burying the secret that the drug laws are within internal revenue, and, further, that internal revenue is based upon importing duties.

          Within title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, section 881, “Forfeitures” (one of the sections specifically cited within section 965 as evidenced above), is a further extension of venue jurisdiction at subsection (j) that cites to title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, section 1395, “Fine, penalty and forfeiture”.  Section 1395 within title 28 U.S.C. is the section evidenced above that was based upon previous title 28 U.S.C. sections and section 3745 from title 26 U.S.C. (1939 version).  This is more evidence that any drug charge within title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, from chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”, subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, is actually based upon the jurisdiction of subchapter II, “Import and Export”, provisions.  These import and export provisions originated within the internal revenue laws.  A “U.S. Resident” is subject to the internal revenue laws as a tax collector for the federal government.

          Now returning to title 18, “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, there is chapter 46, “Forfeiture”, which includes sections 981 through 987. 

          Title 18 U.S.C. Section 981 “Civil forfeiture”, was part of Public Law 99-570, which was chiefly the codification of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (the current Code).  This section cites to the “Controlled Substance Act” in several subsections:  (a)(1)(B)(i), (b)(4)(A), and (k)(1)(A).  As noted in the “References in Text” section at the end of the statute, this Act is codified in title 21 U.S.C. “Food and Drugs” under subchapter I of chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”.  Subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement” derives its jurisdictional authority from subchapter II, “Import and Export” as evidenced above. 

          Title 18 U.S.C. Section 982 “Criminal forfeiture”, at subsection (b)(1) cites to the “Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act” and notes that this is codified at title 21 U.S.C. section 853, which is also titled “Criminal forfeiture”.  Title 21 U.S.C. section 853 is within subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, of chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”, which derives its authority from subchapter II, “Import and Export”, as evidenced above.

          Public Law 91-513, “Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970”, was approved on October 27, 1970.  Its passage into law removed the last obvious connections between the drug laws and the internal revenue laws.  As evidenced above, chapter 68 within title 18 U.S.C., “Crimes and Criminal Procedure”, was repealed – it was repealed by Public Law 91-513.           

          Within the main page of this Blog, “The Social Security Scam” (at http://wp.me/PCW6e-E ) both FICA and the self-employment tax are U.S. possession taxes as evidenced at Title 26 U.S.C., “Internal Revenue”, Section 7655 “Cross references”.  Under the Amendments section at the end of section 7655 it lists Public Law 91-513 as having deleted paragraphs (a)(3) and (a)(4).  These paragraphs evidenced that the taxes on narcotic drugs and marihuana are U.S. possession taxes.  The U.S. possessions are the source of the jurisdiction of the internal revenue laws. 

          Public Law 91-513 enacted title 21 U.S.C. chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”, which has been elaborated upon in this Post.  Therefore, Public Law 91-513 created the separation of subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, and the underlying jurisdiction from subchapter II, “Import and Export”, by including title 21 U.S.C. section 965,   “Applicability of part E of subchapter I”. 

          Public Law 91-513, “Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970”, which enacted title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, chapter 13, “Drug Abuse Prevention and Control”, is also known as other acts.  Title II of Public Law 91-513 is known as the “Controlled Substances Act” and it enacted subchapter I, “Control and Enforcement”, of chapter 13.  Title III of Public Law 91-513 is known as the “Controlled Substances Import and Export Act” and it enacted subchapter II, “Import and Export”, of chapter 13.  All of this is separated in order to keep the basis of jurisdiction hidden from the public. 

          The government has used the above evidenced subterfuge to hide their authority concerning drugs and medicine.  However, what about when someone is wrongfully convicted and their property has been forfeited?  The government must then have laws in place that will be followed to return the forfeited property.  Since the government does not want to expose the underlying jurisdiction that it is relying upon in certain forfeiture actions, the recovery provisions also must keep this secret.  Title 28 section 2461, “Mode of recovery”, has been set up to do this.  Title 28 U.S.C. Sec. 2461 evidences in the “Historical and Revision Notes” section after the statute that it was written because of what the government states to be a “serious ambiguity in existing law” concerning the recovery of fines, penalties, and forfeitures.  This would not have been the case if the government were not trying to hide the underlying jurisdiction that it is relying upon to aggrandize its powers.  Subsection (c) specifically cites to the “Controlled Substances Act” (title 21 U.S.C. Sec. 853). 

          One final important jurisdictional observation is found at the end of title 21 U.S.C., “Food and Drugs”, section 881, “Forfeitures”.  After the section of law under the heading of “Transfer of Functions” it states that the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs is abolished and a new bureau to be known as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is created.  It further states that there will maximum cooperation between the DEA and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

          The FBI is one of the many federal alphabet agencies created during the 1930’s when the Federal Reserve bankrupted the federal government.  The authority granted to the FBI is cited at title 28 U.S.C., “Judiciary and Judicial Procedure”, section 533, “Investigative and other officials; appointment”, where it directs that the FBI is charged with investigating crimes against the United States, protecting the President, protecting the Attorney General, and other matters under the Department of Justice and the Department of State.  See link Title 28 U.S.C. Sec. 533.  The only people over which the FBI has jurisdiction is set out in title 28 U.S.C. section 535, “Investigation of crimes involving Government officials and employees; limitations”, as government officials and employees.  See link Title 28 U.S.C. Sec. 535.  There is no section of law that grants the FBI any investigative jurisdiction over sovereign Americans.  An American has given up all sovereignty when applying for a Social Security number by becoming a federal employee and, therefore, subject to the FBI’s investigative powers. 

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          If you have read the main page of this Blog, “The Social Security Scam” ( http://wp.me/PCW6e-E ), then you realize that this is the same kind of subterfuge behind the income tax provisions of the law.  The government and its owners, the Federal Reserve, have gone to great lengths to make it appear that simply working for a living and earning income is a federally controlled activity.  Under the principles of “all men are created equal” this could never be true.  In fact, an income tax is the most obvious tyranny possible – it’s the second plank of the Communist Manifesto.  So a long, slow process for over 150 years was executed to brainwash Americans that somehow the federal government, which is only made up of other Americans, owned all American’s labor and income.  The Social Security scam was the final piece developed by the international counterfeiters to enslave sovereign Americans.   

          Importing has been used as the basis of jurisdiction to constantly aggrandize the federal government’s seemingly endless powers.  But the reality is that Americans have the sovereignty in this country since the Declaration of Independence is the organic law of the land and it states that “all men are created equal” (and, of course, women).  Therefore, no person or group of persons may ever initiate force or fraud against another person or group of persons, including the federal government.  When the Federal Reserve bankrupted the federal government it still had no way to make a sovereign American pay its interest on the counterfeit money that it loaned to the federal government.  Therefore, the Social Security scam was designed to enslave all Americans.  When an American applies for a Social Security number, the federal government presumes that the American is a “U.S. Resident”.  A “U.S. Resident” is both a “taxpayer”, a member of the Merchant Marine (a federal employee liable for federal employment taxes) and a “U.S. Citizen”, an American who also has U.S. possession citizenship.    

          Within the income tax laws that only apply to collectors and assessors of “internal duties” (see the Post titled “The Income Tax and the Act of Congress that Established It” at http://wp.me/pCW6e-4A on this Blog) all “U.S. residents” (see the Post titled “The “U.S. Resident” at http://wp.me/pCW6e-3g on this Blog) are deemed as “shareholders” of U.S. corporation stock and then as such “shareholder” each is attributed an undistributed dividend, such dividend being based upon income taxes paid by the corporation’s foreign subsidiary.  This corporation is deemed to be a partnership for the purposes of the dividends.  This undistributed dividend is the basis for the liability for the income tax.  The undistributed dividend is offset by the “U.S. Resident’s” foreign tax credit – FICA.  FICA is a U.S. possession tax.  The Internal Revenue Individual Tax Form (1040) is a foreign tax credit form automatically.           

          A real crime consists of a victim and a perpetrator.  The perpetrator has either initiated force or fraud against the victim.  This means that the victim’s rights have been violated.  The two sides are drawn in this type of scenario and the laws against theft, murder, rape, etc. are clear.  A court action may be initiated and the jury may deliberate after hearing all of the testimony.  This upholds the premise that “all men are created equal”.   

          But when some federal government agency files a complaint against an American, what is the basis of the crime?  The federal agency simply cites some regulation that the American violated – no victim is identified, no one’s rights have been violated.  This does not uphold the premise that “all men are created equal”, but presumes that the federal government, through some bureaucratic agency, can force an American to do its bidding.  How did this happen?  The answer is buried deep in the Social Security scam.  Applying for a Social Security number is tantamount to begging to be subservient to the federal government.

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2 Comments

  1. How does a sovereign break the social security adhesion contract? I never actually applied for a SSN, but when I was about 12 or so my mother got SSNs for all of us so she could file for a refund.

    • David,
      There is a website that has a lot of information regarding how to extricate yourself from various contracts – Sovereignfilings.com – Larry


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