Oath Of A Freeman, so far as we can determine, wasthe very first document ever printed in America.All earlier, as well as many later documents,were handwritten.
On the front of every automobile or truck that I have owned over the past twenty years,there is a special notice in the area where a license plate would be attached, whichproclaims, publicly and notoriously, that I am a Freeman. I could produce a hundredwitnesses who can testify that this proclamation has always been there for at least thatperiod of time. This is not an idle declaration put there with the careless abandon of abumper sticker. It is a formal and lawful Notice as to the status or standing of Nord Davis,Jr. Can you read the Oath Of A Freeman and agree in principle to its language? ThisOath mentions God or Christ five times. It is a pledge of absolute loyalty to the State orCommonwealth in which you are an Inhabitant and Freeman. If you can accept thatconcept as to your own life and standing, you are at liberty to read on in this pamphlet anduse its contents.
Had it not been for an honorable and patriotic Internal Revenue Service, Inc. employeewho confided to me about the internal workings of the IRS some twenty-five years ago, thispamphlet could not have been written. While she would not tell me everything, she did putme on the right track such that I have been able to maintain my Freeman,
status,and in a perfectly legal manner, have not been a person required to file any income taxforms for the past twenty-five years. Perhaps I should have written this pamphlet yearsago, but I gave my word to my informant friend that I would never do so while she was stillliving.
"Lucy" of MassachusettsFair Warning!
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