Status Docs Handbill class. Why we do what we do at the VSOF for you. Class (4) NPA
Why we do what we do at the VSOF for you is explained in this class tonight.
NPAG Class: (4) Settlement of our Estates (probate issues, the entire system as a tool for enslavement, the VSOF status doc process and being sovereign).
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It is for the good of all Americans that we all live in a constitutional republic and continue to grow and perpetuate this great experiment in Self-Government, may we do what is needed to keep the same in good order for all Americans who come after us.
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"The Natural Liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth, and not to be under the authority of man, but only to have the Law of Nature for his rule." John Locke