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Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Sovereign Citizen Cut-Out Kit

Credit: www.amazon.com

Amazon.com will sell, apparently, anything.

One of their interesting items is a Sovereign Citizen's Cut-Out Kit. All you have to do is but the kit, cut out the material, stick it in all kinds of places in your home, wallet, car, etc. -- and you are tax-free, do not have to get a driver's license, and in general have it made.

But aren't cut-out kits usually toys for children who use them to recreate fantasies? Well, indeed they are. Amazon's other cut-out books offer, are, almost exclusively, of that sort. Here is where, ranked by popularity, one finds the Sovereign Citizen's Cut-Out Kit when one searches for "cut out kit" items in "books":


Other items on the list are similar to the first and last item here: e.g., cut-out doll houses, haunted houses, dragons, etc. Of course, the other manufacturers do not imply that, once you are done building their kit, you will own an actual Roman amphitheatre or old-fashioned carousel. The only item to make (or strongly imply) such a preposterous claim -- that once you're done playing with their kit, you really will be a "Sovereign Citizen" -- is the Sovereign Citizen's Cut-Out Kit.

This certainly shows something about the mental and emotional level of maturity of the average "Sovereign Citizen".

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2 Comments:

At December 29, 2014 at 10:55 AM , Blogger Marcus Evenstar said...

Okay, all those flags and documents look very serious and official but one thing gives me pause. Why are they using the Grateful Dead skull as part of the kit? The Dead-Heads I used to hang with wanted bootleg tapes and illegal drugs but enough to start annoying the cops & courts with bogus paperwork.

 
At January 29, 2015 at 9:59 AM , Blogger RoadScholar said...

I left a nice review of the product:

This review is from: Sovereign Citizen's Cut-Out Kit 1.0: Cut the Government Out of Your Life Forever (Paperback)

My experience with this item leads me to conclude that it is a sort of an impromptu IQ test.

Start with an average IQ: 100. Then subtract 10 IQ points if you think, as this product claims, that 1) there is any such thing legally as a Sovereign Citizen, 2) that the USA is now a Corporation, not a Nation; 3) that the Court system is somehow only an "Admiralty Court;" 4) that fringe on a flag has any significance; 5) that Judges and Lawyers make millions of dollars railroading innocent patriots; 6) that the Bar that governs lawyers in each state is really a "British Admiralty Registry" or some such nonsense; 7) that the authorities can only have jurisdiction over you if you allow them to; 8) that you don't need a driver's license of license plates to drive on public roads if you claim you are not driving but "traveling;" 9) that there is a legal distinction between you as a living breathing person and the "straw man" the authorities can regulate; 10) that you can bill police and courts thousands of dollars for your time if detained, or have them arrested for kidnapping...

Considering a real IQ test can be expensive, this product is a relative bargain.

 

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