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Two Sides of the Legal Name

Two Sides of the Legal Name

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The man of freedom known as Dean Clifford
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The man of freedom known as Dean Clifford
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Dean Clifford - The Two Sides of the Legal Name
T4TT Exclusive - Video # 1
1. The ‘legal’ name, although there is only one, exists in two different jurisdictions. The purpose hereis to use a two-sided chart to outline the details of each jurisdiction. The left side is your side, andthe right side is the state side.2. You are the administrator/beneficiary in your jurisdiction, and the state administrates and is thebeneficiary on their side. So, there are two jurisdictions, or two areas of managing control.3. When you are born, the first gift your parents give you is a name, a given name and a familyname (the state likes to call it a ‘sur’ name). A name is a title, and you need a title to do anything.They fill out a registration form with the state. To register simply means to record publicly; it doesnot infer or mean any transfer of power. To register is basically to protect your rights. You are notthe name; the name is merely a title to enable others to recognize you. (The two columns below, inaddition to pointing out the two ‘identities’, will be referred to frequently in later text.)
Man and State-a ‘Dual’ Jurisdiction Chart
Live Birth Record. (Can be called the Certificate/Statement of Live Birth, etc); it wassigned/created by a parent to give us a title of recognition. (We were not born a sovereignbecause we were dependent on our parents.Sovereignty rights come when we become ‘of age’- usually eighteen. You are the beneficiaryof the trust; you are entitled to birth rights, theresources of the land that are granted by theevidence of this certificate, and basically,inherent rights (common law rights), canconduct business and commerce, freedomsNon-taxableCertificate of Birth (not a receipt for the LiveBirth document-it doesn‘t even mention LiveBirth. Never mind higher case, lower case- itdoes not really matter-it’s just a title of recognition-the upper case business is not anargument to be made in court; signed by thestate (the creator/owner) This document will bethe basis to set up a trust.- created the Certificate of Birth and ‘sent it toyou?’-they are the beneficiary of this- they created it, and it’s a split title situation, soyou keep that in trust.- no birth rights, only benefits and privileges tobestow. Statutory/legal rights are their bag.- can conduct business and commerce Taxespaid on this title
(see paragraph 38)4. People must understand the purpose of the title. In addition to enabling recognition, it enables thecreation of a trust. Your title relates to your status in society, and everything is done with a title. Buta title to what? Well- the most convenient classification to place the new born in is property. Theparent’s are the owner of this new landed property, and this property must be looked after becauseit is unable to look after itself until it becomes of age, usually.
5. There are two titles to property; one is legal title and the other is equitable title. (15:22) A trust iscreated when those titles are split. One party is sent one title and the other party retains the othertitle. When legal title is sent to one party, they become a trustee of that legal title.6. Whoever holds the equitable title to the property is the beneficiary. That’s how trust law works.7. When your parents/hospital sent in the signed Statement of Live Birth document, it is the legaltitle to the name you were given. That was sent to the government and it made them a legal trusteeof this legal title and created a trust, and the Certificate of Live Birth is the evidence of that trust. Sothe state is the legal title holder of that trust.8. From birth you have been the equitable title holder of that trust, and that is why you are thebeneficiary on the left side of the chart. Because the title was split and the state had the legal title,they had use of that title. This gives the state usufruct rights, and makes them the usufructiary.(17:01) (This makes the mindset of the creatures we’re dealing with more obvious; they are said tobe quite sensitive to being called usufructiaries.)9. The Certificate of Live Birth comes with certain birth ‘rights, such as the right of being born in thisland, and having access to the land resources, and we granted legal title of our claim to the state touse (When did we do that??) to administrate everything for our benefit. Inherent rights go with thepackage, and the courts are responsible for inherent law, so…One of those rights is the right to conduct commerce. (21:23) Contrary to the belief of some,government does not have jurisdiction over deciding who is entitled to conduct commerce. It is aright to be able to conduct your own business, unless you get a business license, of course, whichchanges things a bit.10. Because the government gives only benefits and privileges, they may say, “You know, Mr.Clifford, it’s a privilege to be driving on these highways!” Is it?? We have and always did have aninherent right to drive on the Queen’s highways. The problem is that it is the same name, butdifferent jurisdictions. This is where title becomes so important.11. (26:31) It does little good to enter the court and say you’re a man in the image of God, andstatutes don’t apply; it makes more sense to clarify that you are representing a title, and that lawsapply only to the title that you’re acting through. You are always liable when you are acting througha title if you do something that is not granted to you.12. Remember in “Braveheart” when, before the battle, the English leader gave Robert the Bruce thechance to ‘ride away’, and all he would have to do is agree to go home, and the king will create youtitles and estates, from which you will pay an annual tax! This was seen through immediately as theEnglish King retaining jurisdiction, and imposing fees/taxes as a result of you being allowed the useof that title. Was Mel Gibson trying to tell us something about jurisdiction and title rights? In another
part of the movie, someone is saying that we have this birthright. For heavens sake, take yourbirthright, and you owe nothing to anybody (31:14) Your birthright is a title.13. You have to pay a tax for the use of that title because it was granted to you by somebody else.(30:08) There is always liability attached to a title.14. If you build your own car from scratch, you don’t need permission to use what is totally yours.But if you borrow your friend’s car, you must expect to pay for the privilege to use it. Your frienddictates the terms of your use of his property.15. So, we wee that the government/state appears to be the creature that represents a jurisdictionthat is really foreign to our jurisdiction. The government is a business- a foreign corporation. (35:15)The Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1982) is the short form of the Constitution Act, which isSchedule “D” of the Canada Act-passed in the United Kingdom in 1982. (How sensible is that,speaking of titles?) It was not an act of the legislature of the government of Canada. It was acharter that created Canada, the vessel of Canada. The purpose of the 1982 act was simply torename the BNA act of 1867; it tells you that right in the charter. But, the original BNA is still thesuperior document.16. We must start using government like it should be used, for actually, it’s system of registration isa good thing because it affords you the chance to have legal procedures recorded for public record.That is a good thing, because it is proof of action. These results, supposedly, in due process of lawbeing followed before someone can take your property.17. If someone buys your farm, the records will show that. The records show that equity is not beingforfeited in the deal. They might be forfeiting legal title, but that is fine. If somebody else is holdinglegal title in trust for my benefit, that’s great because they’re now libel if something happens and Ilose that property.18. If you walk into court and say that Canada is a ship a sail on the sea of commerce, and there isno land, you’ll probably just end up in jail. So throwing unrelated facts at them in a belligerent way isuseless, even though it might be true, as that one is.19. The state, and agents of the state has certain rules it has to charter; that’s the point of all thestatutes and regulations. They also don’t want to harm us, and they’re very picky about that becausethey know they are libel if they cause harm to us. This is very evident from case law, such as, R. v.Dell (Byron Matthew), 2005 ABCA 246, (CanLII), which says:
“the charter does not to apply to interactions between private citizens except where theprivate citizen acts as an agent of the state or is performing a government function.”
20. Among one of our many birth rights we, being born here, have the right to work for thegovernment if we want to because we allow them to be here on our land; to be an agent to thegovernment. They will create a government agent identity file for you if you want to become an

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