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  1. Registration

    A look at the registration process from outside of the generally accepted consensus. The act of registering with the government is what creates a legally binding contract. You are giving legal title to them while you retain equitable title and use of said property. Since they own the legal title they can dictate the terms of use of the property that you registered with them. Take your car for example. One of the terms you agreed to when registering was to abide by the rules of the Motor Vehicle Act, which includes staying within certain speed limits. To break the speed limit is therefore not a crime but a breach of contract. Should you fail to pay up, the courts are then used as a form of conflict resolution to settle the contractual dispute, they are not administering justice. No individual, corporation or organisation can compel you to register your property. You did so voluntarily, whether you realise it or not. More than likely your consent was manufactured by making it appear that your were Lawfully obliged to register. This is called deception. Any contract where deceptive use of language is used to coerce agreement or where full disclosure is not given as to the nature of the contract is illegal, and thus null and void. It's not inherently unlawful to engage in an activity without government approval. It's only against the rules they have created. In fact, any act licenced or permitted by the state has to be 100% Lawful outside of the licensing or permitted framework, otherwise they would be allowing you to commit a crime for a fee. Those rules are only applicable within the framework of their system. As we are governed by consent, non consenting members can in no way be held accountable for the consequences of an infraction of a rule that they did not agree to, let alone having never read. The grounds for committing a crime come under certain guidelines. The has to be harm caused to an actual person (natural person, not a corporate/legal entity) or their property, or fraudulent activity. No victim, no crime. An infraction of a statute, code or policy is a breach of contract, which of course can not apply to someone who has never made that contract. Implied unilateral contracts are fraudulent and are null and void from the start. As are contracts where deception was used or where full disclosure was never given. As is the case with the registration process. It was made to appear that you would be breaking the Law if did not register your personal property. When it was the act of registering that gave the government legal determination over it. That is completely fraudulent. If I coerced you into signing over the rights of your property via deception I would be committing a crime. The only difference when the government does it is that they have the backing of a monopoly on force, intimidation and violence. Might does not make right. We are all equal before the Law. I welcome alternative views, but please keep it respectful. I mean no harm to anyone.