A letter to the Prime Minister

A letter
The letter

As sovereigns we must act as our own diplomats. Today I sent a letter to the Prime Minister.
This is what I had to say...

Dear Prime Minister and all members of New Zealand,

I am writing to you because I would like to improve my relations with your nation. I live in a spirit of peace, freedom and compassion and I would like us to act together in a spirit of brotherhood. I am a citizen of the World Government of World Citizens. Please let me know if you would like a photocopy of my passport.

I am grateful to New Zealand for taking care of me and raising me to a high standard of living while I was acting as a ward of the state. There comes a time in every mans life when he must grow up and face the world as an adult. I have spent much time meditating on honor, truth, justice and the law and I now act for myself in my highest ideal, which is to serve the world as a free will being. No other man can represent me in my truth. It is the order of nature that I had to leave the nest.

I offer my services to our communities as a freeman-on-the-land workman that is worthy of his hire.

Due to a case of mistaken identity and mis-communication I have recently run afoul of your officers who are pursuing legal action against me which is beyond the scope of their jurisdiction. I apologize for being part of a controversy. This has caused much trouble and I would like to clarify the situation so that we may all spend our energy more wisely. In my previous letter I included an affidavit stating the facts of who I am and what my rights are. The writing was matter of fact and I hope the tone did not offend. I consider that the correspondence I have sent to you and your officers is proof that these matters have already been decided and agreed upon in law. Please update your administration systems so that my status is clearly known to all so that this situation will cause no more trouble. If you disagree I am willing to hear your evidence and clarify my own in a public forum. I also invite you to write to the address above or meet me in front of the Nelson District Court at 9:30am on 16th September 2011 for conversation.

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. I wish everyone peace and harmony living together on this world.

Regards,
Citizen Ambassador Dan Greenman

 

Letter to the Prime Minister