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Legal Entity – Strawman

Do you know who you are?


•    In Legal terms you are either a person or a thing: surprisingly perhaps I would rather be a thing.

•    A thing in legal terms (legalese) is used to define a living human being, male or female.

•    A person is a legal entity, a non-living entity, which exists only in the legal (corporate) world, it has no life, it is in effect dead.

•    Legal forms use joinder to link these living and non-living entities, making the thing subject to legal process. Any form we fill in requires us to sign (thing) and print (person) our names, this is what creates joinder.

•    Another name for our legal entity is “straw man” and is represented using capital letters and usually a title, such as Mr, Mrs, Miss, Dr etc.

•    Our legal entity is created when our birth is registered by our parents, we receive a birth certificate (copy not original) and are issued a unique national insurance number.

•    Traditionally a legal entity is represented using blue ink , our living self by red ink.

•    A letter through the post with your name in capital letters means the sender wishes to engage with your straw man, and will be requesting joinder – this is a legal document.




Why do we need a straw man?


• WE only need a straw man if we wish to contract with a commercial entity. Any corporation wishing to deal with us needs a corporate identity, a corporate entity is not living and cannot deal directly with something that is living, it needs a legal instrument to represent the living entity and act on its behalf – hence the straw man or person.

• Living human beings are only subject to common and natural law – you should cause no other injury (assault, GBH, murder) or loss (theft, embezzlement, arson), you should cause no breach of the peace, nor should you conduct your dealing with others deceitfully (fraud).

• Everything else is covered by statutes or acts of parliament and only applies in the legal (corporate/civil) world and does not apply to living human beings.

• It may be illegal to park on double yellow lines or speed, but it is not unlawful – unless your actions result in a common law offence.

• You are not required by (common) law to provide joinder, statutes require you provide joinder but cannot compel you to provide it, you must give consent for your straw man to be acted upon.

• Very few people realise this very important fact, the legal profession prefers that none of us do. It’s just like saying “I consent to being prosecuted”.

So who does need a straw man?

• Any corporation wanting to have dealings needs to have a contract, and that contract cannot be with a living entity, it must be with a legal person/citizen (corporation).

• It is not just banks, building societies, insurance companies etc that need a contract, it is also every government agency, tax offices, councils, police force, judiciary as well.

• The reason being is that all the above (and more besides) are all corporations, actual registered limited companies and like any other corporation they exist to make a profit, and they make their profit by taxing and fining us, the gullible (generally unknowing) public.

• When you agree to allow your straw man entity to represent you as a living human, you are allowing two corporate entities to enter into a contract, which may mean you agree to pay tax, or a fine, or even to allow yourself to be imprisoned. If you have committed no common law offence that is unlawful imprisonment, except it is not unlawful because you gave your consent.

• The Blair government (and EU) alone brought in around 3,000 new statutes for which we can be prosecuted, how many could you name?

• Common law in comparison has remained pretty much unchanged for centuries, as it covers all the common sense bases.

• Incidentally, on the spot fines/PCN’s are unlawful, police officers do not have authority to extract fines, only courts have that power.

• UK PLC is a corporation, company number is UC2279443.

United Kingdom (UK) is a corporation. Great Britain (GB) is a country comprising England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – they are NOT the same thing!


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