Subject: RE: FW: truth in law about SS numbers and you > This is just due diligence work folks, you shouldnt take anything for> gospel unless you check it out for yourself. This person states that only> Federal Employees can be issued Social Security numbers per 20 CFR 422.104.> Well, just where does it say that?.... > > Sec. 422.104 Who can be assigned a social security number.> > (a) Persons eligible for SSN assignment. We can assign you a social > security number if you meet the evidence requirements in Sec. 422.107 > and you are:> (1) A United States citizen; or> (2) An alien lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent > residence or under other authority of law permitting you to work in the > United States (Sec. 422.105 describes how we determine if a > nonimmigrant alien is permitted to work in the United States); or> (3) An alien who cannot provide evidence of alien status showing > lawful admission to the U.S., or an alien with evidence of lawful > admission but without authority to work in the U.S., if the evidence > described in Sec. 422.107(e) does not exist, but only for a valid > nonwork reason. We consider you to have a valid nonwork reason if:> (i) You need a social security number to satisfy a Federal statute > or regulation that requires you to have a social security number in > order to receive a Federally-funded benefit to which you have otherwise > established entitlement and you reside either in or outside the U.S.; or> (ii) You need a social security number to satisfy a State or local > law that requires you to have a social security number in order to > receive public assistance benefits to which you have otherwise > established entitlement, and you are legally in the United States.> (b) Annotation for a nonwork purpose. If we assign you a social > security number as an alien for a nonwork purpose, we will indicate in > our records that you are not authorized to work. We will also mark your > social security card with a legend such as ``NOT VALID FOR EMPLOYMENT.'' > If earnings are reported to us on your number, we will inform the > Department of Homeland Security of the reported earnings.> > > ----Original Message-----> From: [] > Sent: Saturday, July 18, 2009 6:48 AM> To:;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;;;>;> Subject: Fwd: FW: truth in law about SS numbers and you> > ----- Start Forwarded Message -----> Sent: Sat, 18 Jul 2009 00:16:52 -0400> From: Michael-Edward<>> To: van brollini<>> Subject: FW: truth in law about SS numbers and you> > > Here is a comment from Chappy who offers the JOINDER to the Criminal> Complaint before 80 members of the Congress> > From: Chris 'Chappy' Chapman> Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 10:27 AM> To: 'Michael-

Edward'> Subject: Take a look at the conception of the truth in law about SS numbers> and you> > Here are some undisputed facts and the letter of the law:> > The Federal Social Security Act (Pub. Law 74-271, August 14,1935, 49 Stat.> 620; as amended) is codified at 42 U.S.C. §§301.1399. The first mention of> the social security number in a law or regulation is a Bureau of Internal> Revenue regulation dated November 5, 1936 where an identifying number,> called an &#8220;account number&#8221; was assigned to employees covered> under the Act. T.D. 4704, 1 Fed. Reg. 1741, Nov. 7, 1936; 26 C.F.R. Part 401> (1st ed., 1939). This regulation was issued pursuant to Section 807(b) of> the Social Security Act of 1935 and was not a mandatory requirement but> simply a directory.> > Today, most people are under the impression that a social security number is> required for more than just social security purposes, this is not the case> and never has been. This impression came, in part, from the fact that in> 1943, the Civil Service Commission decided that there should be a numerical> identification system for all Federal employees and proposed to the bureau> of the budget that the use of the social security number be authorized for> this purpose. This led to the issuance of Executive Order 9397, which> provides, in part as follows:> > WHEREAS certain Federal agencies from time to time require in the> administration of their activities a system of numerical identification of> accounts on individual persons; and;> > WHEREAS it is desirable in the interest of economy and orderly> administration that the Federal Government move towards the use of a single,> unduplicated numerical identification system of accounts and avoid the> unnecessary establishment of additional systems;> > NOW, THEREFORE, &#8230;it is hereby ordered as follows:> > 1. Hereinafter any Federal department, establishment, or agency shall,> whenever the head thereof finds it advisable to establish a new system of> permanent account numbers pertaining to individual persons, utilize> exclusively the Social Security Act account numbers.> > Now let us move up to 1974, with the increasing demands being placed on> individuals to furnish a social security number in circumstances when use of> the number is not required by Federal Law or regulation, the Congress in> 1974 passed the Privacy Act of 1974 (Pub. Law 93-579, 88 Stat. 1896; as> amended). Section 7 of Pub. Law 93-579 provides:> > (a)(1) It shall be unlawful for any Federal, State. Or local governmental> agency to deny to any right, benefit, or privilege provided by law because> of such individual&#8217;s refusal to disclose his social security account> number.> > THERE IS NO LAW REQUIRING THE PEOPLE OF THE SEVERAL STATES TO OBTAIN, HAVE> OR USE A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER.> > &#8220;The Social Security Act does not require a person to have a Social> Security number to live and work in the United States, nor does it require> an SSN simply for the purpose of having one. However, if someone works> without an SSN, we cannot properly credit the earning for the work> performed.&#8221; SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION> > The people are being forced against their will to provide something that is> not supported by any law, and in addition to that, they are being threaten> of being denied an equal right!> > A private employer cannot lawfully discriminate against the people of the> United States and the people and Citizens of the several States, who assert> their right to work and the law protects them could become criminally> liable, see 18 U.S.C. §242 and 42 U.S.C. §1983:> > Whoever, under color of any law, statute, ordinance, regulation, or custom,> willfully subjects any person in any State, Territory, or District to the> deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured or protected by> the Constitution and laws of the Unites States&#8230; shall be fined under> this title of imprisoned not more than one year, or both;> > 42 USC § further provides that a violators &#8220;shall be liable to the> party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper> proceeding for redress.&#8221;> > INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE FACTS.> > 1.

Social Security Numbers can only be issued to federal "employees" for use> only in the performance of their official duties. See 20 CFR §422.104.> > 2. The Social Security Number is the property of the government and not you.> Therefore, it can't be "yours" unless you are a public officer on official> business. See 20 CFR §422.103(d). > > 3. The SSN is issued to the federal "public officer" and not to the man, and> then only while he is an agent of the federal government.> > 4. Anyone who uses a Social Security Number who is NOT a federal employee> acting on official commercial, government business is guilty of> impersonating a federal "employee", which is a crime. See 18 U.S.C.> §912.> > 5. You can only use it in connection with a "public purpose", and not a> private purpose. It is illegal and a crime to use or abuse the SSN for a> private or personal use. This is called embezzlement or conversion, and it> is a criminal violation of 18 U.S.C. §641 and 18 U.S.C. §654.> > 6. Everything connected to the SSN becomes "public property" because the SSN> can only be used in connection with a "public office" or federal employment.> > 7. The private man was never issued an SSN if he is not acting as a federal> "employee". Therefore, he can honestly answer "NO" in response to the> question of whether he was ever issued an SSN if he is not acting as a> federal "employee" or agent.> > taken from> > USC Title 15 Chapter 1 Section 17 clearly states: "The labor of a> > human being is not a commodity or article of commerce."> > <>>

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