Wait.... I went back to your post answering my college and income tax questions and read a little bit more closely... Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6332119
In order to understand the system of confiscation, you must have a cursory understanding of contract law, which is remarkably easy to obtain if one is willing to turn off the idiot tube and apply ones self to the acquisition of knowledge. Doubtful.
Second is the understanding of the fact that words mean things. Further, words are empty vessels to which meaning can be filled. Under contract law, words carry the meaning that the contract drafters assign. Read a REAL contract and you will see that, after the recitals, generally come definitions. What are definitions, you ask? Whatever the contract drafter SAYS they are.
Example, you are writing a contract that says "The word GREEN, for purposes of this agreement, shall be held to mean RED", as defined by a standard Pantone color chart. You sign this contract in order to obtain a drivers license, and have therefore accepted this meaning of the word green. Chances are that you did NOT read the contract, but merely signed the form that the drivers license official stuck in front of you and told you to sign. SHEEP!
Okay so the government will not take away my land if I never signed a contract permitting them to do so in any situation?
Hello AC and Welcome!
If one understands the lawful considerations of OWNERSHIP, it would be obvious that one could NOT lose real property under this scenario.
Again, as I have repeatedly stated, the METHODOLOGY one engages in affects all aspects of a contract transaction.
DID YOU READ WHAT YOU SIGNED? How did you pay...and so on!
It's so bloody easy to understand, but yet you humans act as CHILDREN, then cry when your candy is taken...for your own good, no doubt.
Do some RESEARCH and take charge of your DESTINY.
You act as one would expect of a WHINY BITCH DOG.
Bring forth a specific question, reflective of one who has done diligent study...
accept your current SLAVE STATUS.
Laughing out Loud!