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Postby Ourvagang » Sunday September 28th, 2008 5:36 pm MDT

New viewer and reader, so I hope this is not a redundant question....
If we believe that licenses (drivers , marriage) are a permit to do something illegal or for the incompetent, would vehicle registration fall into the above said category? How about in Virginia, as it is a commonwealth? Thank you for any thoughts on this.

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Re: vehicle registration

Postby Admin » Monday September 29th, 2008 9:57 pm MDT

:h: Ourvagang:
First of all, unless the topic of anyone’s beliefs is focused on man’s Origin and our belief in our Creator, what you of I or anyone else believes and put it in a hat with two cents and you will have a hat full worth about two cents. However, if any belief is strong enough to generate the slightest bit of work in support of the belief then it will have been sufficient to generate faith in that thing, which faith may have some merit. Of course, that merit will entirely depend on the fruit generated from said work. If the work produces no good fruit, the belief will remain without merit and the faith that produced the work will be exhausted in that thing. Thus, the only thing that work accomplished was the exercise and development of faith, which is always a good thing, when noticed. That because ‘faith is the only principal of power that exists anywhere to do anything.’ Accordingly, it takes faith in anything to make it work. For example, you can wiggle your fingers because of your faith in their wiggling, without which they would cease to move.

So what has this all to do with your question—we are getting to that, please continue.

On the subject of developing faith:
Developing faith is always a good thing and its development will be most empowered if the developer first gives proper credit to the developer’s creation and the quality of existence. If fact, history proves the quality of life improves dramatically when the person living that life is “overcome with faith”. That faith drives them forward in all things. It even enhances every fiber of their being. Still, that does not change the fact that when faith is focused on a false principle or belief in something that is not true the resulting work leads to an exhaustion of faith.

The bottom line, what we believe in, if it is not true, is not only something no one else cares about, it remains false and of no service to us. Thus, it is irrelevant what is believed if it is not true. Thus, the question has no bearing on anyone’s belief in what licenses are. The question is what is a license? The definitive answer is, “A license is permission to that which is otherwise unlawful.” Thus, though others may have a different opinion, that differing opinion will not change the facts.

But that was not the end of your question. You went on to ask about “vehicle registration”, at this point rather than answer your question we will put it back to you. You are asking about a relationship and every time anyone asks us about relationships, we always point them to the Contracts, Trusts and the Corporation Sole article with its preface regarding the Standard for Review.

If you read through that and apply the information from Myth 22 you may begin to understand that the question you are asking deals more with who the real owner of the car being registered. For that matter, discovering the answer to that will also point you towards who the real party is that applies for a driver’s license.

When you consider the fact that governments like our Constitutional Republic are derived of, by and for the people, you will also understand that the government cannot possibly acquire any lawful authority beyond that which the individual people possess to grant to the government. Thus, no man can possibly have lawful authority to limit another man’s god given inherent right to Liberty, which is his right to take his own private property and come and go as he pleases without interruption from government. Thus, any authority that goes beyond that is either unlawful or contractually agreed upon by the parties.

We can only delve into this matter further with Team Law beneficiaries so a continuation on this subject would have to be reserved for the Beneficiary Forum.

You last inquired about commonwealths, like Virginia, wondering if that could change the nature of the relationship. Again, to answer such a question you first have to understand the word. The word “Commonwealth” comes from the phrase "the common weal", which literally means "common well-being". Thus, commonwealth originally meant a nation-state governed for the common good of the people. The phrase related to res publica which is the Latin root of the English word Republic.

Thus, in reality, the Commonwealth nature of a Republic State should have no bearing on such matters because even there, the rule of law must limit itself to the limited powers of the individual people. The bottom line, even collectively they cannot lawfully create power that the people do not individually have to grant the government.

Thus, even in a State like the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where its Constitution states,
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Constitution, the People wrote:The body politic is formed by a voluntary association of individuals: it is a social compact, by which the whole people covenants with each citizen, and each citizen with the whole people, that all shall be governed by certain laws for the common good.

The collective body politic of a Republic cannot lawfully create power that the people do not individually have to grant the government.

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