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Court structures around the world have been formulated under a common strategic plan.  One that intertwines each citizen under a particular document known as a “birth certificate”.  According to “FreedomRiver”, the modern “Birth Certificate” began as a “Settlement Certificate” issued in England in 1837 to officially record the poor (paupers), granting basic rights to benefits in exchange for recognition of their status as owned “property”, lawful slaves, also known as indentured servants and bondsmen. A child’s birthplace was its place of “settlement,” where its bond began. Thus, a “settlement” is equivalent to a voluntary slave plantation. Since 1933, all New Zealanders have been required by statute to have a Birth Certificate, and a tax identification number. Since 1990, under the United Nations and the World Health Organisation (WHO), by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the birth certificate process has become an international system of “settlement”.

When you are born (given life), a “Record of Live Birth” is created as prima facie evidence of your Life. The New Zealand equivalent is a “Notification of Birth for Registration”. It is your Affidavit of Life, with details that absolutely identify your living standing. It records your given name as a unique “Title”, i.e. John, to your Estate. The autograph of your Mother establishes the origin of your Estate (an Estate must come before a Trust).

 

To learn more visit: https://www.freedomriver.wordpress.com/what-is-a-birth-certificate/

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