Frederick Douglass 1846 Nationality and Legal Status

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Frederick Douglass 1846

“Be cautious of the Cold blooded Christian Methodist man-stealer and the hypocritical nation”.

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Documents to be cautious of pertaining to adhesion contracts which bond you into a U.S. CORPORATE SLAVE SYSTEM: DRIVER’S LICENSE, CORPORATE BIRTH CERTIFICATE, MARRIAGE LICENSE, FIREARMS LICENSE, MAIL CORRESPONDENCE, SSN, ETC. in all CAPS NAME which looks similar to your born [name] appellation.

“Capitis Diminutio Nolo

 (diminished capacity) is a term used in Roman law, referring to the extinguishing, either in whole or in part, of a person’s former status and legal capacity. There were three changes of state or condition attended with different consequences: maxima, media, and minima.

Capitis Diminutio Media”

(meaning a medium loss of status) A lesser or medium loss of status. This occurred where a man loses his rights of citizenship, but without losing his liberty. It carried away also the family rights. (example: Frederick Douglass)

Capitis Diminutio Minima

The least change of statecapitis diminutio minima, consisted of a person ceasing to belong to a particular family, without loss of liberty or citizenship. (sovereign man or wombman speaks through red ink presenting the Christ within.) source wikipedia.org (example: frederick douglass)

Capitis Deminutio Maxima

The greatest, capitis diminutio maxima, involved the loss of liberty, citizenship, and family (e.g. being made a slave or prisoner of war). source wikipedia.org (note ALL CAPS DRIVER’S LICENSE or NAME)(example: FREDERICK DOUGLASS)

Review the different writing legal status styles for Frederick Douglass, FREDERICK DOUGLASS – FREE PAPERS article posted in his newspaper “THE NORTH STAR”.

What is your legal status according to how you identify yourself?

Are you a living sovereign man or wombman?

Do you identify as a slave?

You must identify yourself properly and not let others identify you as their SLAVE in status.

” The object of THE NORTH STAR will be to attack SLAVERY in all its forms and aspects; advocate universal Emancipation; exhaust the Standard of Public Morality; promote moral and intellectual improvement of Moor [Colored] People; and hastea the day of Freedom to the THREE MILLION ENSLAVED FELLOW COUNTRYMEN. Fredrick Douglass “

infamous (adj.) Meaning “causing infamy” is from 1550s. As a legal term, “disqualified from certain rights of citizens because of conviction for certain crimes” (late 14c.). The neutral fameless (in the sense original to infamous) is recorded from 1590s. Related: Infamously.

hypocritical (adj.) “of, pertaining to, or proceeding from hypocrisy,” 1540s (implied in hypocritically), from hypocritic, which was used in the same sense, + -al (1). It won out over hypocritish (1520s), hypocritic (1530s). Middle English used simple hypocrite as the adjective (c. 1400) as well as the noun.
alias (n.) “assumed name,” c. 1600, from alias (adj.).

Bill of Sale A formal declaration, complaint, or statement of particular things in writing. As a legal term, this word has many meanings and applications, the more important of which are enumerated below. 1. A formal written statement of complaint to a court of justice. In the ancient practice of the court of king’s bench, the usual and orderly method of beginning an action was by a bill, or original bill, or plaint. This was a written statement of the plaintiff’s cause of action, like a declaration or complaint, and always alleged a trespass as the ground of it, in order to give the court jurisdiction. 3 Bl. Comm. 43. In Scotch law, every summary application in writing, by way of petition to the Court of Session, is called a “bill.” Cent. Diet.
divers (n.) Various, several, sundry; a collective term grouping a number of unspecified persons, objects, or acts. Com. v. Butts, 124 Mass. 452; State v. Hodgson, 66Vt. 134, 28 Atl. 1089; Munro v. Alaire, 2 Caines (N. Y.) 320

sundry (adj.) Old English syndrig “separate, apart, special, various, distinct, characteristic,” from sundor “separately, apart, asunder” (see sunder) + -y

manumit (v.) early 15c., manumitten, “set (a slave or captive) free,” from Latin manumittere “to release from one’s power, set at liberty, emancipate,” literally “to send from one’s ‘hand'” (i.e. “control”), from the phrase manu mittere “release from control,” from manu, ablative of manus “power of a master,” literally “hand” (from PIE root *man- (2) “hand”) + mittere “let go, release” (see mission). Related: Manumitted; manumitting. Alternative form manumiss, manumise was sometimes used 16c.-19c.
attestation (n.) mid-15c., attestacion, “testimony, a document embodying testimony,” from Latin attestationem (nominative attestatio) “an attesting, testimony,” noun of action from past-participle stem of attestari “to prove, confirm” (see attest). From 1670s as “a declaration in support of a fact.”

Token (n.) A sign or mark; a material evidence of the existence of a fact. Thus, cheating by “false tokens” implies the use of fabricated or deceitfully contrived material objects to assist the person’s own fraud and falsehood in accomplishing the cheat. See State v. Green, 18 N. J. Law, 181; State v. Middleton, Dud. (S. C.) 285; Jones v. State, 50 Ind. 476.

deed (n.) “that which is done, acted, or performed, whether good or bad, great or small,” Old English dæd “a doing, act, action; transaction, event,” thesis “a placing, setting”), suffixed form of root *dhe- “to set, place, put” (compare do).

Manumission (n.) The act of liberating a slave from bondage and giving him freedom. In a wider sense, releasing or delivering one person from the power or control of another. See Fenwick v. Chapman,
person (n.) c. 1200, persoun, “an individual, a human being,” from Old French persone “human being, anyone, person” (12c., Modern French personne) and directly from Latin persona “human being, person, personage; a part in a drama, assumed character,” originally “a mask, a false face,” such as those of wood or clay, covering the whole head, worn by the actors in later Roman theater.

MANUMISSION

the fact of giving a slave (= a person who is legally owned by someone else and has to work for and obey that persontheir freedom:

She remained a slave much longer than the others because she was too old to be eligible for manumission.

Because of manumissions and the movement of freed slaves, the overall numbers declined.

He was freed in 1855, according to his manumission record. source Cambridge

Laws of manumission varied widely from society to society and within societies across time. They are often viewed as the litmus test of a particular society’s views of the slave, that is, of the capacities the slave was likely to exhibit as a free human being. Many Islamic societies, broadly interpreting the Hebrew prescription, generally prescribed that slave owners had to free their slaves after the passage of a number of years, essentially the length of time they considered it took for an “outsider” to become an “insider.” Most other societies allowed masters to free their slaves whenever they wished, although there were exceptions. Some legal systems prescribed manumission when the slave adopted the religion of his owner. It is hardly surprising that manumission was more frequent in systems of household slavery, for intimate relations between master and slave soon converted the outsider into an insider. With notable exceptions, such as Athens, Rome, Muscovy, and some circum-Caribbean societies, many societies required manumission after three generations. source Britannica

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