The legalese conundrum. Origins and usage of the term “person”.

Part 1

In 1817 Thomas Jefferson lamented that in drafting statutes his fellow lawyers were accustomed to “making every other word a ‘said’ or ‘aforesaid,’ and saying everything over two or three times, so that nobody but we of the craft can untwist the diction, and find out what it means…” – Plain English for Lawyers

The vernacular vulgar language that we all are raised into enslaves us, for by default we attribute it’s common meanings to the “wordy, unclear, pompous, and dull” legal writings that composes the law we are obligated to know and follow. Through the spells of the legal language the masses are dazed and content by it’s twisted diction. It’s sole purpose being to control the mind (govern-ment), binding us to the adversary of free grace (3rd entry). Legalese is made up with the same common words with different meanings carefully designed to be a burden for the layman to decipher. Due to the growing distress of this conundrum, statutes were passed that require “consumer contracts” to be written in a clear and cogent manner using words with common and everyday meanings. This is a deception that binds people closer to the system by simplifying the words just enough for him to know what is expected and leaving it to the individual to do his own due diligence to discover all the laws, codes, regulations and loopholes that also applies.. The average parent wants their child to be part of society (consent to the taking of the baby’s Natural borne Rights by using the government’s created person citizenship status and attaching the baby to it as surety through the filing of the birth certificate into the legal system), but those who are religious might be disheartened when considering that ‘in-sin-u-are‘ is a legal term for filing anything into the legal system (the birth certificate alienates one’s God given Rights for artificial political rights and places man’s law above God’s Law. That is idolatry.)… Aside, in modern law dictionaries a person is defined as “a living human being”, and under the term they’ll sometimes leave out that a person is also a corporation; a lame attempt for the layman to grasp and to keep the true meaning occulted. It is difficult to understand, but a person is not a man, but it is of man and belongs to man (hu-man).

human – Of the form and characteristics of man. – Ballentine’s Legal Dictionary 3rd Edition

human – 3. Belonging or relative to man as distinguished from God or superhuman beings; pertaining to the sphere or faculties of man (with implication of limitation or inferiority); mundane; secular. (Often opposed to divine.) – Oxford New English Dictionary 1901

person – A person is such, not because he is human, but because rights and duties are ascribed to him. The person is the legal subject or substance of which the rights and duties are attributes. An individual human being ‘considered as’ having such attributes is what lawyers call a natural person. – Black’s Law 4th

Homo vocabulum est naturae; persona juris civilis: Man (homo) is a term of nature; person (persona) of civil law. – Black’s Law 2nd

Everybody uses the word “person” to refer to a man, woman, or child. They’ll even say it in a way that suggests a person is a real, living, breathing and reasonable man that deserves natural equity. A deeper look into the the formation, etymology, and how the word has been applied reveals the true meaning. Person contains two syllables, per and son. In this case per is a prefix meaning through. The second syllable “son” is partitioned from Latin ‘sona‘ meaning sound, and when referring to a natural or artificial person the etymological source is ‘sunu/sone‘ which is a descendant, but more specifically an individual or thing born or produced in relation to the country*. The term person/a, as in through sound, relates more with the original meaning of the word. Originally, a persona was a mask that represented a character which was worn and acted on by an individual. The actor becomes the character from the sounds of his imitating voice through the mask. Then the law “metaphorically” adapted the term to determine legal entities that are used by individual/s under the government’s dominion. Person with the second syllable being of ‘sunu/sone’ means through the product/creation of government. In this sense, person only refers to the conditioned status of a human, corporation, organization, partnership, association, or other entity deemed or construed by law to be subject to the law. This creation of government (the law metaphorically speaks man into the existence of their world (entry 6, 7, 8, 12, 15, 16, 19, 20) is rooted from the dictation of the ancient law which clothes man with artificial attributes and allows man’s law to affect him. A person is always under the dominion of man’s rule. He is always a subject to the sovereign who reigns over it’s artificial jurisdiction.

national – n. 1. A member of a nation. 2. A person owing permanent allegiance to and under the protection of a state.
national of the United States – A citizen of the United States or a noncitizen who owes permanent allegiance to the United States. Also termed u.s. national; U.S. citizen.

subject – n. 1. One who owes allegiance to a sovereign and is governed by that sovereign’s laws. “… it is to be noticed that the term subject is capable of a different and wider application, in which it includes all members of the body politic, whether they are citizens (i.e., subjects stricto sensu) or resident aliens. All such persons are subjects, all being subject to the power of the state and to its jurisdiction, and as owing to it, at least temporarily, fidelity and obedience.” – Black’s Law 9th

We are the king’s subjects (noun, 1st entry). Today the king is the government, his force is the executive branch, and the subjects are it’s citizens. Through their twisted diction the law sees us as subjects just like in the old days of kings, princes, commoners and slaves. Black’s Law claims that the difference between a “citizen” and a “subject” is whether rights and privileges, or it’s “correlative” obligations, are “prominent” within the status. As stated in Part 1, it is your right to be subject to pains, punishments and exactions of every kind. International law considers every person a subject to it’s nation. “Nationals” are no different. American Law and Procedure Vol. 12 states that America changed the legal noun “subjects” to “nationals” because Americans thought the former was distasteful. Citizen, national, subject; different terms with ultimately the same meaning. Sadly, the Babylonian-name-change tactic is one that rarely ever fails against the vulgar masses.

“When the lack of political submission began to be perceived as making all the difference in one’s legal status, a crucial move was made to set up the stage where people of all sorts, kinds, sexes and status could start a long fight to obtain an equal package of legal treatments with no other ammunition than their political submission.” – Aliens in Medieval Law: The Origins of Modern Citizenship

It is required for citizens/subjects to be under complete obedience, fidelity, and submission to the law, otherwise the legitimacy of it’s simulated authority would be diminished. To protect this legitimacy the law punishes those who lack political submission and praises the civil (3rd entry); making life hell for men who wish not to alienate their Natural borne Rights. Jean Bodin, 16th century French jurist and political philosopher, reflects on this notion while elaborating the genesis of the State, “he who did not want to give up some of this liberty, which is necessary to live under the laws and commands of someone else, lost all of his liberty.” The dilemma of statuses inherently being inequitable, affected by one’s obedience, caused people to love their servitude to receive legal equity. But even with the utmost obedience to the sovereign, without being under certain conditions, one still did not have the same rights as others. In Old England, some people claimed high social class or royal heritage to gain the artificial benefits of certain conditioned statuses. Not much has changed when today we have people, using the same concept, falsely claiming their person being under certain conditions in order to obtain benefits*. The status of US Congress has the right and privilege to not be ‘arrested’ for any crime while in Session *.

The citizen’s parent is the government. The term ‘parent’ came from the term ‘parere’, to give birth, and in latin ‘parens’, which means parent. A common synonym of ‘giving birth’ is ‘to create’ which brings us to the legal maxim “the creator controls”. Everything controlled by government is under a status created by law. Your government created the legal entity status (person) it assigned to you, and they can govern that creation in any way they please (anything goes under ‘necessity‘). The government also plays the role of guardian/parent to what it created (parens patriae). In America law the state has guardianship over persons under disability (who cannot properly use government property) such as minors, insane and incompetent persons. If you’ve read Part 1, you’ll already know that the US government considers all persons insane except for a brief period when they sign a contract. Every person’s father is the state; not the biological or step father, nor God, but government.

The conspiracy in this is that we are raised into profane vulgarism, unaware of the full extent of the king’s language (legalese) that governs us while being taught the dog-latin slave language; wanting to be “smart”, being proud of our “freedoms”, appearing “civil”, wanting to be a good “person” and being treated like a “human being”. All of these terms are words of the enslaved. Smart is suffering pains, freedom is the right to follow the law, civil is being a good gentile goyim, a person is an artificial corporation, and a human is that which belongs to man. This matrix system of control, which humanity’s livelihood depends on, makes mankind love his servitude to the secular gods who are only here to administrate the spiritually dead who cannot govern themselves without causing chaos.

Dog-Latin – The Latin of illiterate persons; Latin words put together on the English grammatical system. – Blacks Law 4th

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