Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell on March 07, 1998 at 15:11:18:
In Reply to: Wrongful Termination posted by The Q Continuum on November 25, 1997 at 23:21:13:
: In October, i was fired from my job of 11 months
: because i refused to obtain a driver's license.
: I explained to my supervisor that I feel that the
: driver's license may very well be the Mark of the
: Beast spoken of in the Book of Revelations,
: therefore my refusal was religiously based.
: Common sense should have also prevailed because
: i do not even own a car. I rode the bus to work!
: Two weeks ago, the EEOC issued me a Right to Sue.
: The reason that they did not sue themselves is
: my former employer only has 12 employees. If
: someone could give me some guidance as to how
: I need to pursue this, it would be greatly
: appreciated. This whole event as the result of
: me filing a letter of grievance against my
Once again, 42 U.S.C. 1983 is a remedy
available only to federal citizens.
Read the case law under this statute
which is cited in the United States
Code Annotated ("USCA"), under "standing".
Citizens of the several states of the
Union enjoy the Right of Election,
which reserves to them the Right to
elect one of the following categories:
1. state Citizen and NOT federal citizen
2. federal citizen and NOT state Citizen
3. both classes of citizenship
4. neither class of citizenship
For proof, see Gilbertson's OPENING BRIEF
and 2 petitions for leave to file enlarged
briefs, which cite numerous pertinent
authorities. Citizenship is a term of
municipal law, per Roa v. Collector,
Philippine Supreme Court.
Category 1 above have the most rights,
and the most powerful rights.
"My People perish for lack of knowledge."
Hosea in "The Holy Bible."
Your EEOC cannot "issue a Right to sue,"
because that Right is preserved to you
by the Tenth Amendment; it is a God-given,
fundamental Right, so you will want to
refuse such a Notice, because it is evidence
of a fraudulent attempt to subsume you into
the federal citizen class (where all rights
are conferred by the Congress; see Hooven
& Allison, to wit: the guarantees of the
Constitution extend to the federal zone,
ONLY as Congress makes those guarantees
applicable -- by statutes.)
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness,
and Private Attorney General
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