Persons are not recognized as Human Beings in U.S. states except one
Published on 11-25-2016 by THE REIGN OF THE HEAVENS SOCIETY POST
International Public Notice
After many reports filed in the Human Rights Tribunal, it is clear that the U.S. states do not recognize human rights. There is a good reason for the non-recognition. It is because persons are not defined as human beings within the U.S. states statutes.
If there are no human beings, there can be no human rights violations. That condition does explain why a national tribunal was never established under Title 8 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United States.
Here is the link to a table of person definitions within the U.S. states: LINK
Oklahoma does in fact define its persons as human beings which is the only U.S. state that does recognize human rights.
It is pretty easy to boast a stellar human rights record to the rest of the world when the statutes are designed to never be able to violate human rights. No human beings, no human rights, no human rights violations. Pretty slick huh?
For with every action, there is an equal opposite reaction. If a U.S. state is without human beings, then it does not have a population. The U.S. state within a State cannot recognize contracts because there are no human beings to sign them. They cannot have a U.S. census because there are no human beings to count.
Expanding on this line of thinking, are defendants and plaintiffs recognized as human beings within a court room? Does the court itself recognize an operator of a motor vehicle as a human being? Is a resident of a U.S. state or a citizen of the United States recognized as a human being? The evidence above says no. In that case, how can there ever be conflict for the court to resolve or rule on? Entities do not have a conscience, they do not breath, they do not have any thought or intent and therefore cannot claim human rights violations. Jurisdiction is an issue because how can a court claim jurisdiction when the statutes it enforces and uses to make decisions does not recognize human beings?
If there was a plan to wipe out the population of the earth, the way to avoid human rights violations would be to set in place a body of law that does not recognize human beings at all. This non recognition of persons as human beings simply cannot be a coincidence.