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The Sovereign Citizen Myth in Full Flower...
on January 9, 2017
So, here we have another tinfoil-hat-wearing religious fundamentalist conspiracy theorist adorned with slightly damp Lipton teabags finding the joys of CreateSpace and foisting upon the reading public…this. Apparently the Awethor watched some right-wing quasi-legal pundits, or perhaps reruns of Perry Mason, and now fancies himself qualified to empanel us as common law jurors in all 3,141 counties in the US of A, thus appropriating the Grand Jury for “The People,” whoever they may be, and for whatever noble purpose. All one needs to do is—wait for it!—sign up with a national registry to be chosen, and thus begin the transformative march toward justice heavily overlaid with Old Testament pronouncements.
I have no idea what law school this Awethor claims he attended—I would suggest that is quite the exaggeration—but it is painfully obvious that basic English grammar and punctuation are unknown. Certainly the folks who heaped paeans of five-star praises on this primer of the UCC/Sovereign Citizen claptrap were as unfamiliar with them as the Awethor. The fact that the title contains four glaring errors should not have escaped notice, but readers of this type of manifesto were never able to spell or punctuate their Teabagger protest signs properly.
Now I expect to be bombarded with negative votes from those who do not accept alternate views with anything approaching grace. That's just fine with me, because I'd rather be downvoted for my opinion than let a book like this pass unremarked from a more critical point of view. Bear in mind, folks, that this particular Awethor has been convicted in federal court of tax fraud. Google is your friend...