Thomas Jefferson is quoted as having said something to the effect that resistance to tyrants was obedience to the Creator. As I was reading Bear’s Prayers aloud to myself from the Book of Leviticus I came across something in the Torah that seems to support what Thomas Jefferson said in the Book of Leviticus 6:1-5 (emphasis mine):
1AND Jahuwah said to Mosheh, 2If anyone transgresses and commits a trespass against Jahuwah and deals falsely with his neighbor in a matter of deposit given him to keep, or of bargain or pledge, or of robbery, or has burdened with cruel or unjust impositions or restraints; has broken in upon or disturbed rudely; interfered with thoughtlessly; deprived of a right, money, or property by fraud; or done violence to; has gotten deceitfully from; has wrested or wrung money or information, etc. from a person by violence, intimidation, or abuse of authority; obtained by force, torture, threat, or the like; has used selfishly for one’s own ends, or, has used unethically his neighbor, 3Or, has found what was lost and lied about it, or swears falsely, in any of all the things which men do and transgress in so doing, 4Then if he has transgressed and is guilty, he restores what he took by robbery, or what he secured by oppression or extortion, or what was delivered him to keep in trust, or the lost thing which he found, 5Or anything about which he has sworn falsely; he not only restores it in full, but adds to it one fifth more and gives it to him to whom it belongs on the day of his trespass or guilt offering.
So, it is a transgression against Jahuwah the Mighty Creator to deal falsely with our neighbor. A member of my Tips & Tricks for Court Yahoo Group calls government officials “neighbors” because they have all failed to qualify for their offices. These de facto officials have been entrusted with the administration of our rights; or, something has been deposited with them to keep. They’ve given a pledge to administer those in accord with the federal and state constitutions. Yet, they have burdened us with cruel or unjust impositions or restraints. In some cases they have broken in upon or disturbed us rudely through the way they execute warrants, use tasers, collect taxes or chase us down in traffic stops. A lot of them have interfered with us thoughtlessly and deprived us of our rights, money, or property by fraud. Some of them have done violence to us when they think no one is watching. The IRS collects taxes by deception. In addition, the taxing authorities, both federal and state, have wrested or wrung money or information from us by violence, intimidation, or abuse of authority. In almost every case they have obtained that money or information from us by force or threat, or the like. In almost all cases they have done so selfishly for their own ends using us unethically. When they do this, they have sworn their oaths to uphold the constitutions falsely.
So, if government officials want to get it right in the eyes of the Creator Jahuwah, they need to restore all that they have taken unjustly in full; plus, an additional 20% and restore it to us before they accept Jahushuwah the Anointed One as their trespass or guilt offering.
 Breach of fiduciary duty.
 Luke 19:8, “So then Zacchaeus stood up and solemnly declared to the Lord, See, Lord, the half of my goods I [now] give [by way of restoration] to the poor, and if I have cheated anyone out of anything, I [now] restore four times as much.” To which Jahshuwah replied in verse 9, “Today is [Messianic and spiritual] salvation come to [all the members of] this household, since Zacchaeus too is a [real spiritual] son of Abraham;”
 Add 20% more and give it to me.
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