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Most Canadians are so proud of claiming their citizenship that some even sew a little Canadian flag on their bag when they travel abroad. They act like sheep showing off their ear tags to disclose the identity of their owner. Oh, don’t you know? A citizen is a slave owned by the secret elite who controls the government from backstage. To find true freedom, a person needs to get out of citizenship .
This is much more than a money-saving scheme to avoid paying income tax. It requires a radical change of consciousness where an individual decides to find and express the true sovereign self, hiding underneath her fake citizen identity.
A real person is a human being with a body, a soul, and a spirit. Both creatrix and creature, she is the supreme authority (sovereign) and holds absolute power over herself. On the other hand, a citizen is an illusory person who accepts to be the member of a state. As for the state, it is a five-fold abstract concept (AC) – a political (AC) corporate entity (AC) holding an organizational (AC) power over the citizens (AC) of a limited territory (AC). The state is an imaginary entity with an illusive power, which tries to impose itself on a real, omnipotent person. This untenable situation exists only because the real person remains ignorant and unconscious of her identity.
Separated from her soul, she remains fearful and submissive. Various visible and invisible predators jump on the occasion to dominate and exploit her to the maximum. The citizen is made up of two inseparable entities, both illusory: the natural person (an animal with flesh and bone) and the legal person (a piece of paper with a virtual body). The same type of presumed contract exists between citizen and state as between employee and employer. An employee exchanges time, skill, and energy against a salary and social benefits. In the same way, the citizen enjoys rights and privileges in exchange for the duties and responsibilities of her legal status. It is a trade-off. If I decide to leave the corporation for whom I work, I lose salary and social benefits, but also stop all past obligations. Similarly, if I abandon citizenship, I renounce all rights and privileges and I free myself ipso facto from all duties and responsibilities towards the state.
Many people dream of abolishing their obligations towards the state – notably income tax. Yet, they insist on keeping the rights guaranteed by the Charter or Constitution, and the privileges granted by the state. Some citizens refuse the jurisdiction of maritime law, but remain submitted to common law . They call themselves ‘sovereign citizens’, but this is a misnomer, since a citizen is, by definition, the subject of a sovereign. Such people ignore the fact that asking someone else to acknowledge their rights is accepting that person’s rule over them.
In reality, only the human being is sovereign, as long as she refuses all external authorities, including that of the state, the Constitution, and God. There is only one way to become a true sovereign: citizen death. Is it worth it to end citizenship? Yes! Ghis went through this process and is convinced that it is the only exit door to citizen slavery. It implies a transformation of consciousness from slave to sovereign person.
It starts when a citizen stops participating in the dualistic game of dominant versus dominated and decides to unite authority and obedience inside herself. Is it dangerous to become a non-citizen? No more than to remain a citizen. A person can now be accused of terrorism if she has committed one of these ‘crimes’: libertarian ideas, preparedness, fear of financial collapse, homeschooling, or belief in a global conspiracy. Such laws have already been passed in the US, and will soon become the norm worldwide.
After the termination of citizenship the contract between the state and its citizens is void, since there is no more valid consideration in exchange for tax dollars. The citizen can now organize her own liberation..
THE PROCEDURE BEHIND CITIZEN DEATH
Citizen death transforms a teenage citizen into a sovereign adult. Until the transformation is accomplished, I still remain under the jurisdiction of my master, the state and its laws. The five steps of the following procedure must be followed chronologically, but may partially overlap each other.
I Stop Traceability
This first step is crucial. I stop giving information on myself. I stop using cheques, bank and fidelity cards. I stop Internet payments. When I buy or sell, I use cash, alternative currencies, or I barter. I stop working for the state. If I own an official business (corporation), I shut it down and continue my activities in my own name. If I am someone else’s employee, I create my own employment. I remain independent, respect my conscience, and fill a social need. No more declared salary with tax withholdings at source. No more job security and social benefits either! I take full responsibility for myself. I stop all traceability: social insurance number, copyrights, bar codes, social networks, etc.
I Stop Collaborating with Banksters 
Banksters are legalized thieves. Banks, insurance companies, and multinational corporations are society’s predators. I stop collaborating with a financial system that makes the rich richer and the poor poorer. Through this non-compliance, I can obey my conscience, grow richer, and use my purchasing power to make my village and region prosper.
I cut all ties with these banksters and say goodbye to the ‘mortal sin’ called usury. I stop credit and mortgages. I pay back my debts or go bankrupt. Then, I remain debt-free – for good! I spend my money on locally-created products and services. I heal myself from low-price hysteria and I buy good-quality, beautiful, fairly-priced products – in cash, and no taxes please!
I Let Go of All Possessions and Properties [1, 2]
Without my consent, the state can seize my properties, which are in the name of a corporation bearing my name, but belonging to the state. Therefore, I let go of anything in my name: land, house, other buildings, car, recreational vehicles, etc. I sell them, give them away, or transfer them to another person. I get back all savings, investments, and pension plans, and I cancel all insurance. Then, I close my bank accounts.
I Renounce Citizen Rights and Privileges [1, 2]
In exchange for rights and privileges, the citizen must carry out duties and obligations. Such is the contract between master (state) and slave (citizen). The fundamental rights of citizens are the right to life (security), liberty, and property.
Yet, every day, people get killed, tortured, raped, bullied, and robbed – with the blessing of the state. In reality, the sovereign being that I am has all the rights and no need to get them recognized.
To ask external recognition would mean abdicating my sovereignty. Therefore, I renounce all citizen rights guaranteed by charters and constitutions, and the false security and protection they brought me. I do the same with all citizen privileges.
I Stop Filing Income Tax Returns 
Now that I have renounced the rights and privileges of the state, I no longer have to fulfil my side of the citizen contract. The moment has come to put an end to my duties and obligations, including paying taxes. I start by clearing all previous state debts. Then, I stop filing. Now, I risk nothing, because I have nothing. The only blackmailing tool left is prison. Am I ready to face it? If not, I bargain with the tax collector, if and when he shows up. If I feel ready to go to the end, I send my death certificate to the state, along with a Proclamation of Sovereignty , by which I announce my commitment to my soul.
This fifth step is exhilarating. It allows me to fully integrate my new identity as a sovereign being with a body, a soul, and a spirit. No law can be applied to me any longer, and no court of justice has jurisdiction over me. I keep repeating this to all external authorities. Yet I have no idea of what is going to happen to me. I surrender totally to my soul and accept in advance what it will create.
Whatever the outcome, this amazing adventure deserves to be fully embraced!
Does the end of citizenship bring automatic freedom? No! This is not a recipe, but an evolutionary path where one leaves the illusory comfort of Daddy State to stand on one’s own two feet. People keep asking Ghis the following question concerning the end of citizenship: “Does it really work?” Her answer remains clear. The goal is not to evade laws and taxes, but to face one’s fears and heal them, one after another. There is no guarantee. Any expectation of a specific result goes against the process itself.
- Book Madame Ghis – Escape In Prison
- Booklet 6: LAW towards… Justness
- Booklet 10: SOCIETY towards… Paradise-on-Earth