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Articles of Confederation & Free Inhabitants

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Let's take a look at the Articles of Confederation, Article IV. I admit I'm not this guy's superior, but I think I'll work in a pinch. Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H24sLF3CkMo Source on the Articles of Confederation: http://www.ushistory.org/documents/confederation.htm Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TylerValleGG Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TylerValleGG
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James Segrest (22 days ago)
I think you are missing some nuance when you describe the articles of confederation as a Republican or libertarians wetdream .
mr mr (25 days ago)
Im a bit late to the party. They do exist. She is right you are wrong. Go to the state department website and look up certificate of none citizens. And before you read it read the definition of the words. The legal definitions. The truth never goes out of date. All you deniers refuse to read the definitions. Thats why things dont make sence to you guys
Chandler Sleziak (1 month ago)
I hate to break it to you and burst your bubble there Tyler, but Libertarians do not support the Articles of Confederation. You are completely wrong on that. We Libertarians support the US Constitution only because those are the true laws of the land of the USA. We libertarians are not affiliated with the bullcrap Free Inhabitants crowd
Yasha Mashiach (1 month ago)
actually it kept gubbermen in check. and mostly was used to unify the states only under invasion crackerhead peckerwoodless
Michael Corrigan (1 month ago)
You still need a license to drive
Daniel Combes (2 months ago)
I turn transexual just to go to a all female jail... Fuck every day, EVERY DAY! Those woman will love me 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Mr. Gandalf (2 months ago)
I don't have time to watch right now but if you support Sovereign Citizen's you're a moron!
Will E. Fisturgash (2 months ago)
Dumb broad thought she found some loophole to be able to do whatever the hell she wants.😂lol
waptek2 (3 months ago)
the November 1777 Articles of Confederation of the first 13 states died March 1789 , you not in the 13 colonies? it never applied to you & to no one 12 years later no ALTERATION could be made to the Articles unless Congress & ALL 13 State's legislatures agreed but many states had violated & ignored this rule & it lost its force the Constitution ratified by 11 states july 1788 did not alter the Articles it replace them
The Ghost Host (4 months ago)
Ah Being on England is so great
mrdave2112 (4 months ago)
The Articles of Confederation are still law because they are perpetual and the U.S. Constitution is illegal. Given that, the cop, if empowered by the state, can enforce any state law. I feel sorry for the guy that gets stuck with that woman.
Serendrix San (4 months ago)
She got lucky that the cop was so damn patient. I would have dragged her out of the car so fast and if she screamed just pull out the taser because she was insulting him physically too
John Murphy (5 months ago)
I love seeing these assholes try this bullshit in court..... It's quite entertaining seeing them hauled off in handcuffs...
Artist Group (5 months ago)
That was deep.
INSEIKYU01 (5 months ago)
Very interesting
fungidungie Johnson (6 months ago)
People as of this decade still get passports as free inhabitants being born in The United States of America. So there is something to it.
s. trap (6 months ago)
They're free morons.
Hey, let's live by these OOOOOOLD laws LOL 1. If you’re pregnant (and a woman) in the UK then you are allowed by law to relieve yourself anywhere you want – even in a policeman’s helmet, so we’re told. 2. Welshmen are prohibited from entering Chester before the sun rises – and have to leave again before the sun goes down, according to an old bylaw. 3. Which perhaps explains the fact that it is still technically OK to shoot a Welshman on a Sunday inside the city walls – as long as it’s after midnight and with a crossbow. 4. If a whale is found on the British coast the King can claim the head and the Queen has a legal right to the tail – just in case she needs some new bones for her corset. 5. Alligators in Arkansas may not be kept in bathtubs. 6. But in Arizona it’s donkeys which are forbidden from having a soak in the tub. 7. In Michigan, anyone who commits adultery is also committing a felony, according to that state’s penal code, which reads: “Any person who shall commit adultery shall be guilty of a felony; and when the crime is committed between a married woman and a man who is unmarried, the man shall be guilty of adultery, and liable to the same punishment.” 8. It is illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament – apparently because otherwise they would be eligible for a state funeral and that is a bit costly for the authorities. 9. Conversely, however, an unrepealed law from 1313 makes it illegal to wear a suit of armour when entering the Houses of Parliament – surely making death more likely. 10. Oliver Cromwell decided he didn’t want people eating mince pies on Christmas Day, so banned them from doing so in the 17th century. Seemingly, you still can’t.
Joey Bounce (6 months ago)
Articles of confederation are still in effect it’s called the supremacy clause. It’s like the treaties they are the supreme laws of the land
Ben jr Iq over 5000 (2 months ago)
Yh but the higher power the u.s constitution beats the article of confederation in any conflict
Templar Tv (6 months ago)
SPACE WOLVES
beastm0de7 (6 months ago)
Creators of the US: Thought decades ahead making perfectly written laws and founding this country in a way that works and will continue to work for 100s of years. Current day law makers: Don't even know what it is they are trying to outlaw.
Sam Farnsworth (6 months ago)
Ok, this is how I read it: 1. a "free inhabitant" is a citizen of any of the 13 states. The person can't be a slave or a foreigner. Beyond this the criteria for citizenship are not listed in this particular article. 2. These free inhabitants have freedom of movement and commerce between the 13 states. 3. If a free inhabitant breaks the law in one of the 13 states and flees to another, the authorities, in the state in which he is at large, have the right to apprehend him and turn him over to the authorities under whose jurisdiction the offence was committed. The article states "guilty of, or charged with treason, felony, or other high misdemeanor in any state . . .". This means that the person has been found guilty in court or is being charged (has been arrested, held, and charged, but escaped)--basically a fugitive. In other words, they were trying to prevent free inhabitants from committing crimes in a state and then fleeing to immunity in another state. It would be interesting to find out what constituted a felony and other high misdemeanors. Presumably there were/are "minor misdemeanors" for which the authorities would have no right to return you to the state in which those minor misdemeanors were committed. Perhaps this is what the young woman meant when she protested being forced to exit her car under suspicion only. At that moment the officer--and he even admits this himself--has no reason to believe she has done anything wrong (remember, she has not been found "guilty of or charged with treason, felony, or other high misdemeanor in any state" so far as the officer knows. Now, it rests on other possible legislation that would over-ride her citizen rights and compel her to comply with the officer's investigation. There is nothing about not having to obey the law in Article 4. No governing body would waste time and money enacting laws that didn't apply to its citizenry. To whom does this woman think the laws of her country apply? She clearly misunderstands what the term free inhabitant means. Oh, hang on, maybe it means all those illegals. LOL No, I'm sure somewhere in the terms of reference in the act it defines free inhabitant as a citizen.
Serbian mapper (7 months ago)
Im gonna steal an Abrahams from a military base and im going to the white house while running over old people and babies and when i get to the white house im gonna blow up the fuck out of it, but you can arrest me. Im a free inhabitant
Crazy Rebel (7 months ago)
She has an annoying voice but she also sounds like she screams during sex ;)
Brian (7 months ago)
You didn't even mention the fact that she probably is a vagabond.
Kepora1 (7 months ago)
Dat Space Wolves art tho. *Iron Within, Iron Without*
paulmd2010 (7 months ago)
The articles of confederation was essentially our first constitution. Also under the articles of confederation there was an open invitation for Quebec to join the other colonies/states, but they never did (obviously)
paulmd2010 (7 months ago)
Does anyone know what happened to this woman?
Robert matheny (8 months ago)
Must have been some good weed.
Kevin Snyder (8 months ago)
Of all the sov cit videos out there that one is a classic. Right up there with the Pete Barnes taser video.
American Metal Head (8 months ago)
Thank God we got rid of the Articles of Confederation.
Alien Country (8 months ago)
The basic thing here should be common law = due process = no victim/injury, no crime. There is also territorial issues here and everywhere, meaning, if a cop is outside his jurisdiction, he has no authority. The same goes with many jurisdiction, i.e., county/U.S., etc. One would have to find out about every single jurisdiction out there to see what applies, who it applies to, etc. It is a lot of work, but that is how it works. And lastly, contract. The contract makes the law and as such, unfortunately for many, cops presume everyone is in their jurisdiction so arguing with a cop, in essence, is a waste of time. It is best to simply, get the ticket, and challenge jurisdiction in open court. It is safer, and saner, with a greater opportunity to win - if you are educated in law at all.
Michael Ribeiro (8 months ago)
She is using a law that hasn’t existed in over 200 years
Elaina Stoll (8 months ago)
How tf is this fair
Tyler Valle (8 months ago)
Lucky for you, that's not how it works. They have to have a licence or some form of identification.
Elaina Stoll (8 months ago)
Tyler Valle I don’t really know like they don’t have to have a license and stuff like that I just don’t understand how it’s fair
Tyler Valle (8 months ago)
What do you mean by "fair"?
JW Pev (8 months ago)
Self defined sovereign citizens have become the latest laughing stock of the internet. It's like a window into the nuthouse but the patients are running free. I saw the video of this nut on another Youtube channel. It's cringe worthy to witness our fellow beings so out of touch with reality. There's a feeling of disgust and sympathy at the same time like laughing at a mentally impaired person. It would be more reassuring to think maybe these people can get back in touch with reality but the realization that is probably not going to happen.
eddie Towers (9 months ago)
The other issue she doesn’t realize, is a “free inhabitant” was a white landowner, or freedman, at the time, under this article poor people and slaves didn’t have the same rights as the “free inhabitants”. But the same laws were imposed even onto “free inhabitants” due to any unlawful transgressions.
tng2112 (9 months ago)
That’s not a woman that was a juvenile
Aeric Harris (9 months ago)
actually tyler right on that part but he was driving the vehicle then the cop stopped them
Scott Ritchie (10 months ago)
Great stuff man!!! Thank you!!!
Scott Ritchie (10 months ago)
You are most welcome! Keep 'em coming!!!
Tyler Valle (10 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
kopec82 (10 months ago)
Was this abolish like 200 years ago? Smh that lady it’s nuts
Marcus K (10 months ago)
Boi. We don't follow the articles of confederation anymore. We follow the constitution
JW Pev (8 months ago)
It might be worth discussing if the woman were sane. I know from long experience it's pointless trying to reason with a mentally ill person.
iudfr (11 months ago)
free inhabitant have been an argument of sovereign citizens whatever they call them selves freeman, free inhabitant, moorish american freeman, etc. they follow the same mindset of sovereign citizen
MechaAkuma (11 months ago)
You can't follow laws that were written back in 1777 and say that they apply today. I myself follow strictly the Magna Carta that only applies to me
JW Pev (8 months ago)
I agree, I exercise my right to carry a cross bow in public as guaranteed by the magna carta.
Atom Bigod (11 months ago)
Don't be an idiot like this guy, know your human rights, don't let anyone talk you out of them. That said, do your civic duty and carry insurance and id. Sovereigns still have to abide by common law, even if they claim to transcend statutory law. Common law is, do no harm, and if you do, make amends. And if you have to sue an officer of the state for violating your righs, use Bivens or Ex Parte Young.
finao o (11 months ago)
Conventional wisdom says that the Constitution replaced the AoC, but I've read some convincing arguments that claim that, although the Constitution supersedes the AoC (i.e. wherever they contradict, the Constitution takes precedence) the AoC were nor repealed and are still in force. So, in any instances where the AoC do not contradict the Constitution, the AoC are still the law of the land.
Ian Woodfield (11 months ago)
colonials used a lot of latin in their documents and wordings lol
Ian Woodfield (11 months ago)
they were colonial sympathizers that agreed with colonial laws until a new government was created and disagreed with colonial involvement in running the 7 states... which grew to 13...
Tucker Iacobacci (1 year ago)
So the Articles of Confederation are as you say "a Republican and Libertarian's wet dream", yet somehow you circle around to saying this is "left wing"? I mean if it were a Republican and Libertarian's wet dream, why would it be left wing, when they are right wing?
Armchair Critic (1 year ago)
Does anyone know who this girl actually is?
Lucas Reigns (1 year ago)
I agree with how utterly stupid this person was, but there is one point you made that threw me off. When you said, "this free inhabitant thing is the left wing equivalent to a sovereign citizen" I just found it a bit off. I find it a strange thing to say for two reasons: 1) left-ism typically invokes further laws and regulations on people in the name of their morals, so allowing people to ignore laws would be counter-intuitive and 2) they themselves cited the Articles of Confederation which you yourself called, "a republican or a libertarian's wet dream." It makes your comment off-putting when that is said due to obvious disagreements between the left, republicans, and libertarians, as well as the many pieces of the Articles that the modern left would take huge issue with. Personally, I think the best way to describe "free inhabitants" is as Red Neck Hippies. But, at the end of the day, we all agree that this lady is off her rocker and needs to go back to school.
Arthur Morgan (1 year ago)
I'm sorry can you speak up dude
Jacob Smith (1 year ago)
The articles of confederation actually were never repealed, it just was made secondary to the constitution. Basically if there is a conflict between the two, constitution always wins.
JW Pev (8 months ago)
Is it really important whether the articles of confederation was or was not repealed. The point is the woman is a NUT.
zorks50 (1 year ago)
Idiots. How well has this worked out for you!? ... lol.. Free dumbasses. Youth is fucked in America..
dinoman112 (1 year ago)
That awkward moment when your laws were ratified in 1781
Great video i like your artwork to
ese.hombre (1 year ago)
Just been looking up what a Free Inhabitant aka Free Citizen means. If I understand it correctly regardless of the Articles of Confederation unless you own land you are not a Free Citizen/Inhabitant. That also means you have to own the land outright without owing a financial institutions for a mortgage. Also a wife, daughter or son are NOT considered Free Inhabitants but can be treated as so. If you are an adult and you do not own land (land owner) you are not considered a Free Inhabitant. I guess renting a room doesn't qualify you as a land owner either. It's next to read all the documents before speaking. That applies to me as well. If I got it wrong please correct me but use facts.
Robert Sistrunk (1 year ago)
Constitution supercedes the articles of confederation
Mike Oprisi (1 year ago)
I literately came here because of the example in this video
Anonymous (1 year ago)
We are all prisoners and slaves inside of a giant beautiful prison where everyone can get along so long as they follow the mainstream brainwash and don't step out of line. Soon as you step out of line, the prison guards and slave owners will make you feel their wrath. Don't pay communist property taxes and you'll have your house taken away, there are no real freedoms, only privileges. This girl was stupid to believe otherwise.
JW Pev (8 months ago)
Yeah, it's called living up to your personal responsibility or another way of putting it growing up to be an adult.
tracksuit jesus (1 year ago)
lol I just failed us history
Wasn't this what the Civil War was all about?
Fred Garvin (1 year ago)
The Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation. They got this advice from some nut that they could have debunked at the library.That's hilarious these are similar to the nuts that think they don't have to pay taxes because of a clerical error in the tax code. Ask Wesley Snipes how that worked out for him.
JW Pev (8 months ago)
The point of the video is more about mental illness than issues of law. Don't dignify the woman's nuttiness by trying to discuss it as if she were rational. Save that for someone who deserves it.
JIA QIANG (1 year ago)
I going to learn
Cyn R561 (1 year ago)
Thank you for clarifying this. You are awesome. If that were the case i would be afraid for all the morons who would litterally try to get away with murder
ButterMBB (1 year ago)
For the "free inhabitants" out there. Are they a real thing as in are there people who believe that they have a right to this concept? Sure. Do they have any legitimate legal claims? No.They generally piece together their alleged rights based on out of date laws or opinions which have since been overruled, or picking and choosing different pieces of laws and cases, taking them out of context and trying to use them where they are not applicable. For the most part, these are people who want to have the benefits of living in the United States without accepting any of the requirements that come with living here. I.e., paying taxes, obeying the laws that apply to everyone else and so on.
Fa Vang (1 year ago)
The gist of it is, "Do you have right to traverse state lines or travel without a license". The difference is wording such as "driving" vs. "travelling". The initial YT guy that got away from cop was a Canadian guy whom argued over semantics and won and the cop agreed. Solely as long as he wasn't driving the car til the cop was away, since he didn't have a license. They are "soveregn" citizen that effectively are like the "cowboys" of the old west. Don't pay taxes etc...
OptimusPhillip (1 year ago)
Actual legal authorities have commented on this video. Do you know what free inhabitant means? A citizen of the United States that is not a slave. That's it
Joshua Harner (1 year ago)
well, social studies was never my strongest subject so I guess i'm getting a history lesson
b (1 year ago)
better here than at the business end of a taser.
Lukáš Josai (1 year ago)
Nice video but BALLANCE THE VOLUME
brandon ruiz (1 year ago)
Not taking sides but "rape" not only consist of sexual act without consent but also means to seize, or carry off by force!! That's what she meant..
b (1 year ago)
yeah yeah, did you happen to notice the word "archaic" next to your definition? words have the meaning we attach to them, and guess what - that's typically contextual. Do you really think that applies here?
brandon ruiz (1 year ago)
b haha actually I'm thinking of this topic and rape is also actually to plunder or a violent seizure.. Definitely not thinking of kidnapping.. Don't just read the first definition that pops up cause it stands for more than one meaning
b (1 year ago)
...uh what? no, rape is the unlawful sexual penetration or intrusion of another without consent. you are perhaps thinking of kidnapping?
Grey Flag (1 year ago)
I saw a vid where the officer says: "do you follow THIS law?" And proceeds to tase the guy
Patrick Robinson (1 year ago)
What a smug little bitch.   I hope like hell she grows up some day.
TheGibbinator Man (1 year ago)
Lol why did you make an 8 minute video? All you had to say was "We abandoned the Articles of Confederation when we took on the Constitution"
TonesTheGeek (1 year ago)
How can anyone know of the existence of the Articles of Confederation, know that Article 4 contains the "free inhabitants" crap, and yet not notice the little detail of THEY DIDN'T F**KING WORK AND WERE THROWN OUT?
Leanna Wittmer (1 year ago)
Really liked your video was very informative and you did a great job explaining your points
Adachi_Soul (1 year ago)
The articles of confederation were abolished over 100 years ago. This girl is just an idiot.
Brandon Billmire (1 year ago)
it's about time somebody gets it thank you for your video
MYTOCHON (1 year ago)
How is it that no one knows who she is? I want to put a face to this vile, vapid woman.
Charlie Ramone (1 year ago)
correct... also this little lady wanted the cop to believe that there are people with all rights and no duties! lol!
Ironic how I got an ad about the Declaration of Independence on this video...
Evan Buratczuk (1 year ago)
The articles were annulled in 1783
au69miner (1 year ago)
thanx for the laugh honey, how's that "free inhabitant" shit workin out for ya?
xX RagingDeathFTW Xx (1 year ago)
If you don't follow any of the US laws, you can't go to the government to file for rape, or is that just me?🤔
tony G (1 year ago)
You did a really shitty job of explaining this, and basically could have a done any kind of quick google search to use the language that accurately describes how the constitution takes precedence whenever there is a conflict.
Jason Byrd (1 year ago)
You can do basic cuts in the you-tube editor after you upload the video.
Dank Nuggets (1 year ago)
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Satan Lover13 (1 year ago)
Hey wait a fucking minute since when did this chick become the left wing!?
Lightning McMeth (1 year ago)
"Unfortunately the articles were replaced by the constitution" unfortunately, seriously?
John Deemer (1 year ago)
Thank you for this informative video^^
Shroomz Yt (1 year ago)
It's funny because the articles of confederation have been invalidated since the constitution became a thing.
Norm Mackey (1 year ago)
The bizarre part to me is how the woman is claiming the Articles of Confederation apply in a state (see the palm trees) which was never a member of the Confederation, and which joined the USA as defined by the Constitution after the former document was no longer in force.
Sonny H (1 year ago)
The articles of Confederation are still in force or they would not be listed in front of the US Code (p 51) as 1 of 4 organic laws of the US. The states are like sub- corporations under the parent corporation (US) and are inseparable from the US as declared in California's state constitution. Rights of citizens and free inhabitants are treated the same in every state under the "Full faith and credit clause". States do not have "sovereignty" like they once did since they do not have representation in congress and only US citizens can occupy state offices. (There can be a distinct difference between a citizen of Virginia and a citizen of the United States. Dual citizenship can also occur. A citizen of the federal territory "The STATE of VIRGINIA" is a US citizen and is different from a citizen of Virginia who is not a US citizen and is domiciled on private land not of the US or "STATE of VIRGINIA".) Clear as mud? It is designed to be confusing to more easily control us. The devil is literally in the details.
Maritza Daza (1 year ago)
Thank you!!!
Mikaeshin (1 year ago)
My theory is that she is a criminal and she tried to persuade the cop with fake constitution and tried to protect herself from arrest by screaming rape. I doubt if this is a thing. Or she was desperate because she couldn't avoid the cop, or she is downright stupid
Sam Harris (1 year ago)
You're a fucking idiot dude. Just because you choose to let others hold authority over doesn't mean we all do.
Sonny H (1 year ago)
I appreciate the topic but if the Constitution replaced the Articles of Confederation ... then the Articles of Confederation would not currently be listed as 1 of 4 organic laws that all law is based upon in the US. The 4 Organic Laws are listed in the front of the most recent United States Code on page 51 right after the table of contents. So, until you can explain this, I cannot consider your repudiation argument valid.
Sonny H (1 year ago)
How do "the articles of confederation .... prevent justice"? They don't, so That's not "valid". The laws of a corporation apply to the land it owns and its members and/or contractors who agree to abide by said rules. Ex. Walmart rules apply to Walmart property and its employees and whoever agrees to abide by Walmart rules. .If a Walmart security guard walks over to Target and starts trying to make everyone obey Walmart rules... that's acting under "color of law" because the security guard has no jurisdiction at Target properties/non Walmart properties. The US is a corporation according to code and Supreme Court rulings. Common law crimes (when you damage someone or their property) are also limited by jurisdictional restraints which is why there is extradition. The US must follow all applicable rules and the Constitution is one of four organic laws that the rules are based on. The articles of confederation have not been repealed or replaced which is why they are in the front of the United States Code as 1 of 4 organic laws.
LibertyWolfYT (1 year ago)
Basically, since this document is then unconstituional then it is not a valid document.
LibertyWolfYT (1 year ago)
Here's a valid argument. The articles of confederation are unconsitutional because its preventing justice and may I remind u that everything in the U.S. must follow the consituion rules.
Sir Shotty (2 years ago)
I presented article four of the articles of confederation in 8th grade social studies and I have it memorized in the back of my head
Motoko Shimomura (2 years ago)
She had a load of drugs with her. She was doing anything she could to try to get away with it. I doubt she believed any of what she was saying. She knew she was screwed if she didn't try anything.
Garco Leopard (2 years ago)
this is fuctarded
Evan Nlorman (2 years ago)
fight on Son of Russ
Charlotte Bankston (2 years ago)
The girl in the video is misguided and has misinterpreted Article IV. Imagine how humiliated she was, when in front of the Judge who had to school her. eeeeekkk! Article IV. The better to secure and perpetuate mutual friendship and intercourse among the people of the different states in this union, the free inhabitants of each of these states, paupers, vagabonds and fugitives from justice excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of free citizens in the several states; and the people of each state shall have free ingress and regress to and from any other state, and shall enjoy therein all the privileges of trade and commerce, subject to the same duties, impositions and restrictions as the inhabitants thereof respectively, provided that such restriction shall not extend so far as to prevent the removal of property imported into any state, to any other state, of which the Owner is an inhabitant; provided also that no imposition, duties or restriction shall be laid by any state, on the property of the united states, or either of them.

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