A non-profit site educating Canadians and Americans
about the differences between human-beings,
natural-persons and artificial-persons
living-soul,
man & woman,
created by God.
How the Government created your new identity and
how you can reclaim your unalienable rights.
natural-person,
artificial-person,
created by Man.

For the text of this web-site is with the absence of the legal-advice.
Home About Help Download Links Contact

Introduction
National ID Card
Government  Tricks
The Name Game
The Legalized Criminal Racket
History
Society
Formation of Statutes
Fundamental Rights
Natural vs. Artificial
Definitions
Capitalization
Birth Certificate (BC)
Social Insurance Number (SIN)
Right to Contract
Employment
R.R.S.P.
Citizenship
Passport
Statistics Act
Income Tax Act
Bank Act
Excise Tax Act
Driver's Licence
Cycles of Civilizations
Do you need a Lawyer?
English Grammar
Educational Seminars
Citizenship:

From the Citizenship Act (see Links) the following information is obtained:
PART I - THE RIGHT TO CITIZENSHIP

3. (1) Subject to this Act, a person is a citizen if
(a) the person was born in Canada after February 14, 1977;
(b) the person was born outside Canada after February 14, 1977 and at the time of his birth one of his parents, other than a parent who adopted him, was a citizen;
(c) the person has been granted or acquired citizenship pursuant to section 5 or 11 and, in the case of a person who is fourteen years of age or over on the day that he is granted citizenship, he has taken the oath of citizenship;
(d) the person was a citizen immediately before February 15, 1977; or
(e) the person was entitled, immediately before February 15, 1977, to become a
citizen under paragraph 5(1)(b) of the former Act.
Now, since neither the Citizenship Act nor the Immigration Act (same subject matter) define the word person, the definition of the word person must be taken from the Interpretation Act (see Definitions). We know from the Interpretation Act, the word person is defined as the artificial-person. Therefore, it would appear that only the artificial-person can be a Canadian citizen. The artificial-person is given "birth" when it is created when the birth of the human-being is registered. When anything is registered, you usually lose legal title to it, even though you may retain beneficial title.

Also, the Canadian Citizenship Card shows the name in all CAPITAL LETTERS giving further indication that the artificial-person JOHN DOE is the Canadian Citizen. As no SIN number is required for a Citizenship application, the artificial-person that is the Citizen, is not the Taxpayer (who has the SIN number). This means that a Canadian Citizenship card can be used as picture ID that is not connected to the Taxpayer.

However, in a zealous attempt to capture natural-persons into the Bank Act, or for some other unknown reason, the Bank Act clearly indicates that a natural-person may be a Canadian citizen, as defined in "resident Canadian":

See "resident Canadian" « résident canadien » from the Bank Act:
"resident Canadian" means a natural person who is
(a) a Canadian citizen ordinarily resident in Canada,
(b) a Canadian citizen not ordinarily resident in Canada who is a member of a prescribed class of persons, or
(c) a permanent resident within the meaning of the Immigration Act and ordinarily resident in Canada, except a permanent resident who has been ordinarily resident in Canada for more than one year after the time at which the individual first became eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship;

Now we have a problem. Can a natural-person be a Canadian citizen and/or a resident? We don't believe so, making this part of the Bank Act most confusing and perhaps ineffective and irrelevant.

We also have a big problem with resident in Canada as this phrase appears in many statutes. Nowhere in the laws in resident defined, although there are some interpretation bulletins on the subject (IT-221R3) but these bulletins do not have the force and effect of law. Also there appears to be three different Canadas, so it is not clear which one to use when interpreting the statutes. There is the land mass known as Canada, there is the definition of Canada in the Constitution Act, and there is the CORPORATION with the name CANADA, registered in Washington DC, and with the Budget of Canada (presumably the labour of the people) pledged as security for CANADA. More research is being conducted in this area now in an attempt to clarify which statutes apply to which Canada.

To test whether or not a natural-person can be a citizen, an individual recently made an application for citizenship as a natural-person. This test, wherein an individual wrote many letters to Citizenship and Immigration requesting that this point be clarified and a Citizenship Card be issued to the natural-person, ended in the Citizenship and Immigration Department of the Canadian Government not wanting to address the issue and refusing to issue a card to the natural-person. This provides a good indication that the artificial-person is indeed the Canadian Citizen.

Here is an article about going from Citizen to Sovereign, from the PersonCratia web site.

Here is a revealing article about American Citizenship and their Constitution.

Here are some quotes in respect of US Citizens:

Proof the all caps is a US CITIZEN:

Congressional Record, June 13, 1967, pp. 15641-15646: A "citizen of the United States" is a civilly dead entity operating as a co-trustee and co-beneficiary of the PCT, the Private Constructive, cestui que Trust of US Inc. under the 14th Amendment, which upholds the debt of the USA and US Inc.

In Section 4. "...it is evident that they [US citizens] have not the political '[rights]' which are vested in citizens of the States. They are not constituents of any community in which is vested any sovereign power of government. Their position partakes more of the character of subjects than of citizens. They are subject to the laws of the United States, but have no voice in its management. If they are allowed to make laws, the validity of these laws is derived from the sanction of a Government in which they are not represented. Mere citizenship they may have, but the political '[rights]' of citizens they cannot enjoy…" People v. De La Guerra,40 Cal. 311, 342 (A.D. 1870)


"Whereas it is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the rule of law,"
(Preamble - Universal Declaration of Human Rights)