There are five different levels of capitalization
used in names of "persons"
human-being: john doe
natural-person: John Doe
quasi natural/artificial-person: John DOE
corporation/artificial-person: JOHN DOE
Nom de Guerre: DOE, JOHN
Here is a summary of the rights and freedoms
of the above "persons":
The human-being has all the unalienable rights and freedoms
as provided by God.
The natural-person has the rights and freedoms as provided
by man with the Magna Charta and Canadian
Bill of Rights.
The quasi natural/artificial-person has lost some rights, but not all rights.
At this time it is not evident how to quantify
which rights have been lost.
The corporation/artificial-person has limited rights and freedoms as provided
by the creator of the Corporation.
The Nom de Guerre (name of war) has no rights and freedoms
and is a complete slave to the Admiral.
A book has been prepared in cooperation with
the Canadian Government to define the writing
"styles" to be used in Canadian
English, as well as by lawyers. The book
is entitled The Canadian Style (ISBN 1-55002-276-8). According to Chapter
4 in this book, and specifically Section
4.03, Personal Names are to have the first letter capitalized
only, such as John Doe. In Section 4.13 that
discusses Military Terms it reads "In
Department of National Defense documents,
the specific part of an exercise name is
written entirely in upper case, e.g. Exercise SILENT DEFENDER".
This is the only reference in the entire
book to the use of ALL CAPITAL letters. Therefore
by inference, if Personal Names are to have only the first letter capitalized,
which we have known since birth, then why
do ALL CAPITAL names exist on our Government
associated documents? Could it be the military
connection? After all, most court cases are
conducted in Admiralty unless you demand
Presuming the Government uses this book in
its own documentation, a good presumption
since the Government was involved in the
preparation of the book, the conclusion is
that the Government has an undocumented 'System
of Nomenclature' that requires ALL CAPITALS
for corporations/artificial-persons so they
can distinguish them from natural-persons.
Here is a submission from a reader, with his interpretation of Name Capitalization:
4 styles to pick from:
BOB JONES = PUBLIC CITIZEN
JONES, BOB = PUBLIC RESIDENT
Bob Jones = private Citizen (situs trust)
Jones, Bob = private Resident (situs trust)
JONES, Bob = NOT PUBLIC, not private
Bob JONES = NOT PUBLIC, not private
bob jones = righteous live man aka confidential man (man of confidence) - confidential = righteous
jones, bob = righteous live man aka confidential man (man of confidence) - confidential = righteous
There is a very long (22 page), but extremely
educational article called Memorandum of Law on the Name that has been created for the USA (by Gordon
Warren Epperly & Lightbringer - we have
been told). We presume that a similar procedure
has been established by the Governments in
other countries around the world as well
as in Canada. If somebody wants to check
this out for Canada we would be happy to
receive and information you may have researched.
Comment from DetaxCanada:
From the OREGON RULES OF COURT
RULE 1005. PETITION CAPTIONS
RULE 1005-1. DEBTOR'S CURRENT NAME
The caption of each petition shall include the debtor's full and correct name in capital letters. If the debtor is an individual, then the first, middle and last names shall be used. The first entity name in the caption shall be deemed the debtor except in a joint petition where the first full name shown for each individual shall be deemed to be the name of each debtor.
[ Adopted effective December 1, 1991. ]
Thus it is, folks, the all caps spelling of your strawman/birth certificate name indicates a 'debtor' - one responsible for the debt of the corporation called the UNITED STATES (or CANADA).
You, by accepting the birth certificate name as your own, have the false status of
'dissident/disobedient slave imposed upon you, so that the banksters of the Vatican can steal your life = time = labour without any rules obligating the observance of
unalienable rights. Check the name on your bank account, credit cards, licenses, government correspondence - to see how they spell the birth certificate name.
"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)