not aware of these things, but by that time, your strawman had alreadybeen created and it was being used to make some very unscrupulouspeople rich. None of this was your fault. It happened because your parents were fooled into thinking that they needed to register your birthand get a birth certificate for you. So, they APPLIED for a birth certificate,not understanding what would happen when they did.Well then, what did happen? According to the Local Authority:1. They lost ownership of their baby (you).2. They allowed a strawman to be created.This is not something which they can be blamed for, as nobody told them it would, or even could, happen. Nor did anybody tell them what a strawman is or how it can beused against their baby. In actual fact, the “registration” is a contract and in reality, it isnull and void because there was not full disclosure by the Local Authority, nor wasthere ‘intent to contract’ on the part of the parents.The registering of a baby's birth actually passes "ownership" of the baby to the Local Authority and that, and that alone, allows the Local Authority staff to take the child awayfrom the parents if they ever want to do that. This applies until the child reaches the'age of maturity' set by the current legal statutes. Doing that is not "lawful" but after thebirth has been registered, it is "legal" and there is a world of difference between thosetwo terms, a difference which it is very important that you come to understand clearly.
So, What is a Strawman?
A strawman is a fictitious legal entity, created with the hope that as the child grows up,he will be fooled into believing that he is actually the strawman (which he mostdefinitely isnot) and pay all sorts of imaginary costs and liabilities which get attached tothe strawman by con artists.
How is a Strawman Created?
Well the mechanism involves that unnecessary birth certificate which the parentsimagine is about, and belongs to, their baby (neither of which isactually true). If the baby has been named James and the familyname is Martin, then you would expect the birth certificate to havethe name James Martin written on it. If thatiswhat is written on it,then all is well and it is a genuine birth certificate and nothingmore. However, if any other name is there, then the document is nota birth certificate but instead is the creation of a strawman masquerading as JamesMartin. The alternative entries might be any of the following examples: "JAMESMARTIN", "Mr James Martin", "Martin, Mr James" or anything else which isnotexactly"James Martin" and nothing else.
Why Create a Strawman?
The answer is 'in order to charge the strawmanimaginary costs and penalties and fool the humanJames Martin into paying those amounts'. Theseimaginary charges include 'Income Tax', 'CouncilTax', 'Inheritance Tax', 'Capital-Gains Tax', 'RoadTax', 'Import Tax', 'Value-Added Tax', 'Fuel Levy','Loan Interest', 'Bank Charges' and anything else