Engaging In Court – Who do you plan to be and do you have the right stuff?
What do we mean when referring to the Sovereign? Very simply, an Authority. An authority resolves matters and does not create controversy for another to adjudicate on. Imagine coming face to face with God/the Creator, do you think the Creator would make statements and make arguments? Such actions undermine the Creator’s authority, so perhaps this Creator isn’t an authority after all.
The same can be said in Court when standing as a Sovereign/Man/Creditor. The quickest way to undermine ones own authority is to make arguments and complain as this action alone means there’s a “fake” sovereign in court who can no longer be an authority or resolve matters. The status is given up because an adjudicator is now required to resolve controversy.
There are plenty of YouTube examples of so called sovereigns/men claiming the court has no authority or the court does not have jurisdiction, or I won’t pay etc etc – Would God or the Creator make such statements and complain? Of course not. Hence, one needs to own this authority and ultimately the court.
Is there an approach that always aims to resolve matters without controversy? Shouldn’t this be the primary approach anyway? The answer is yes.
Your Actions Determine the validity of your Remedy.
There are many ways to resolve a charging instrument both in the public as a debtor (eg pay using public funds, time in a correctional facility, etc) or in the private (by setoff of the original charging instrument, privately registered setoff bond as some examples). However, if using a private remedy to settoff, settle and close the original charging instrument but your actions are those of as debtor (make arguments, complain etc) then it is clear that the private remedy isn’t private after all and the remedy will fail.
Hence, as stated in the about document a mindset change is needed in order to become the creditor.
Next we’ll cover qualities of creditors on the private side.