INTANGIBLE PROPERTY RIGHTS IN REGARDS TO THE USE OF PUBLIC PROPERTY!


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Published on 12-10-2015 by the American Herald


INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE

There have been many reads on the International Public Notice in regards to American Nationals and the requirement of a drivers license. LINK

The reason the decision was made about a requirement of a drivers license goes a little deeper then rights and privileges or the issue of right to travel. Those arguments have never been resolved because a drivers license has nothing to do with the issue of right to travel or that driving is a privilege. 

The issue resides with intangible property. Example: Property would be the public highways and or Public Property. Intangible property would be the right to use public property. One type of property is as just as important as the other. 

There was a case that came up with the State of Colorado about a drivers license issue. The American Herald is not picking on the State of Colorado, many states that enforce the convention on road traffic will find the same issues within the enforcement of the treaty. 

Here are a few points being made with the case and the whole document is available below: 


I. Subject Matter

The subject matter of the above case referenced is about the possession and control of certain property rights. Specifically, this case references intangible property rights.

The government of the State of Colorado has claimed that a license is suspended. This particular license deals with the intangible property rights of Paul Brouillard.

The government of the State of Colorado has claimed those certain intangible property rights of Paul Brouillard.

All people that claim a Nationality under Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights have also claimed all intangible property rights which are accepted and acknowledged by the Government of The United States of America. As the subject matter of the issue is intangible property rights that are classified as human rights, the recognition of the Government of The United States of America by the government or political party of the State of Colorado is irrelevant.

II. Recognition of Intangible Property Rights:

Recognition by the government of the State of Colorado of intangible property rights:

“The term “property”, within the meaning of the due process clause, includes the right to make full use of the property which one has the inalienable right to acquire. People v. Nothaus, 147 Colo. 210, 363 P.2d 180 (1961)”, and

“All roads and highways which are, on May 4, 1921, by law open to public traffic shall be public highways within the meaning of this part 2” [C.R.S. 43-1-202. Public highways or roads], and

“(a) All roads over private lands dedicated to the public use by deed to that effect…” [C.R.S. 43-2-201 1(a), Public Highways (2015)], and

“For the establishment of a public way by dedication, acceptance by the public is as essential as appropriation by the owner of the fee. Burlington C. R. R. v. Schweikart, 10 Colo. 178, 14 P. 329 (1887).” [C.R.S. 43-2-201 1,Annotation II, (2015)]

III. Definition widely recognized by the States of the Union and enforced by the Unions Full Faith and Credit Clause:

  “Highway,” for the purpose of this chapter only, means the entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained by the state department of transportation or any county or city when any part thereof is generally open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel as a matter of right.

IV. Recognition by International Law and the Law of Nations:

This is also supported by Article 13(1) of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights which declares “Everyone has the right to freedom of movement…within the borders of each state.”

FURTHER EVIDENCE OF A CLAIM BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF COLORADO:

However, the government of the State of Colorado includes the word “privilege” within its codes and definitions (ex. “To guard against the potential for any erroneous deprivation of the driving privilege by providing an opportunity for a full hearing” 42-2-126(b)).

Thus, it is clear that the government of the State of Colorado recognizes the use of the public highways as a privilege. The evidence for this privilege claimed by the government of the State of Colorado is its driver’s license.

The government of the State of Colorado does claim to maintain the public highways through its Colorado Department of Transportation. This is a noble, responsible and valuable service to the public.

V. RESTRICTIONS OF THE STATE OF COLORADO THAT MUST BE OBEYED BY ITS GOVERNMENT:

However, the government of the State of Colorado is restricted from taking private property without just compensation. The Constitution of the State of Colorado, Article II, Bill of Rights, Section 15 reads, “Private property shall not be taken or damaged, for public or private use, without just compensation.”

The taking of private property without just compensation by the government of the State of Colorado would demean the State of Colorado to a citizen and subject of its own government, and reduce the State of Colorado to a mere thief stealing from fellow citizens under the authority of States rights.

The government of the State of Colorado claims a privilege against Paul Broulliard, however there is no evidence in existence that just compensation was tendered to Paul Broulliard from the government of the State of Colorado. Nor is there any evidence that a transaction took place by and between the government of the State of Colorado and Paul Broulliard for the purchase of intangible property of Paul Broulliard by the government of the State of Colorado.

Therefore, lacking consideration, a license issued and a license accepted does not exist by and between the two parties listed in the above stile of the case presented. Further, without consideration there is no contract and without the existence of a contract, there is no controversy for any court to settle.

Paul Broulliard has presented before the General Post Master Council a National Identification card which is evidence of intangible property of Paul Brouillard.

There is no driver’s license required by the Government of The United States of America. (LINK: http://reignoftheheavens.com/?p=1581)

The National Identification card is evidence of an intangible property right that has not been purchased by the Government of The United States of America nor any other government or political party.

There is no evidence that Paul Broulliard has granted human rights, particularly the human right of intangible property to any government in existence. Therefore, a private nor public trust exists.

Please keep in mind readers that even though the name of a state remains the same perpetually. The same state can have many types and forms of governments. Governments have to abide by the restrictions placed on a state when a state is created regardless of type.

Here is the case in its entirety that was heard by the General Post Master Council and its orders etc…

Brouillard Paul Judicial-Review

12-10-2015

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