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Slave, Indentured Servant or Free Man or Woman?
 
We are seeking answers to the most important question that Americans should ask themselves. What is my status in society? Am I a slave, in indentured servitude, or a free person whose body and assets are not controlled or owned by an outside force?
 
I cannot overemphasize the importance of understanding your own political status in society. This understanding will define your relationship with your government - slave, indentured servant or freeman. 
 
Are you a private free citizen or a public citizen under the authority and jurisdiction (control) of the government? Most Americans believe that we were free citizens. This not true! We have been converted into second-class, federal citizens, who have unknowingly relinquished many of our liberties and constitutional rights. 
 
This was not the vision of our Forefathers. The gradual loss of our liberties and rights began after the Civil War and the ratification of the 14th Amendment, and accelerated with the creation of the Federal Reserve  through the Great Depression and bankruptcy of the United States in the 1930s. 
 
Our subjugation was brought about by means of a complex series of laws, policies and regulations shrouded in mystery and through which the American citizen voluntarily, but unwittingly, contracted to replace the status of free person with that of an inferior, or second-class, citizenship. 
 
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