“Re: John F on Taxes and NESARA” by Rev. James Nash – 11.6.21

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Entry Submitted by Rev. James Nash at 1:56 PM EDT on November 6, 2021

“Re: Rev. James Nash on Taxes and NESARA” by John F – 11.5.21

Hopefully, I can give a little insight to the question of occupational licenses and licenses in general after Nesara has been fully implemented. First, I am not an attorney to answer questions regarding Constitutional Common Law versus Admiralty or Maritime Royal Law. With that in mind, let us define the difference between a “right” and a “privilege”. Our Constitution of 1776 guarantees us certain unalienable rights. A privilege grants us permission to do something because of status or license. Example, if you lose your drivers license, you have lost your driving privilege. Since 1871, we have lived under Admiralty Law where our government has forced us to purchase a license to operate a business, occupation or practically any activity. This government overreach will come to an end with Nesara. We will be living under Common Law, which simply states to do no harm to anyone. This should take endless laws off the books in favor of a simple form of governance, where we respect each others “rights.” Most people can not conceive the tyrannical ways we have been forced to live under our entire lives. Constitutional Common Law will be a breath of fresh air to all, as the chains of government oppression come to an end.

Rev. James Nash
May God bless you today

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