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Saturday, May 7, 2016

There Are No "Fake Judges" and No "Sovereign Citizens" Either


by Anna Von Reitz

I have written several articles that explain the simple FACT that we are supposed to have TWO functioning court systems operating in the behalf of the people, one an admiralty court operating on the jurisdiction of the sea; one, a common law court operating on the jurisdiction of the land. Duh, folks, how hard is this to grasp?
It's very plainly stated in the Constitution. Amendment VII. Read it.
So where are your Common Law Courts, given the further fact that all you ever see in the courthouses scattered across America are admiralty or administrative courts?
They've vanished, even though they are absolutely mandated.
So where are they?
Answer: you haven't provided them for yourselves.
You have to provide your own government. You are supposed to be self-governing. Remember? That means you have to elect and staff and support your Common Law Courts, because there is NO mandate in the Constitution for the "federal government" to provide these courts for you.
The Constitution is only concerned with setting up and running the federal government. And the federal government is only concerned with international and interstate affairs.
So, you won't find a lot of reference to the Common Law Court System in The Constitution, because it was taken for granted and was not the subject of The Constitution as a whole. Nonetheless, our American Common Law Court System was and deserves to be the dominant court system in America.
It's what you are owed and what you owe yourselves, along with your birthright standing as American State Nationals.
There are misguided and also self-interested souls wandering around saying that I am a "fake" judge. All those individuals are either (1) ignorant or (2) self-interested because they make money off the admiralty court system and are afraid of losing their gravy train, or (3) both.
As with everything else, you have to learn. You have to read. I can point things out to you, but it is up to you to think and to look around the corners.
Who has a vested interest in trying to keep Americans from exercising their right of self-governance? Who profits from suppressing or attempting to discredit the lawful work and standing of the American Common Law Courts and judges?
I think it is apparent that a whole roster of people have grown rich off the admiralty and administrative court system. I think that those same people have enjoyed the power of control and oppression of others that "owning the court system" has given them.
If you want justice, you must give it to yourselves. You must demand it and you must begin by building your own local jural societies, electing your court officers, your sheriffs on the land; and all the other vacated offices must be filled. Otherwise, the "money mill" that the courts have become will only grow more corrupt.
It is an ugly but common fault of human nature to want to control others and to profit from them. This despotism and oppression is something you can prevent if you act now and act decisively and intelligently in support of your own Common Law Courts.
See my earlier post, http://annavonreitz.com/commonvadmiralty.pdf comparing and contrasting Common Law v. Admiralty in Our Courts v. THEIR Courts.
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4 comments:

  1. I'm trying to follow this reasoning through to it's conclusion based on what exists today. Whether there is a common law system in operation or not really doesn't affect our national status one bit as I see it. It just means that as state nationals, if a common law system isn't in place, there is no where for us to redress our grievances. I agree that there is NO mandate in the Constitution for the "federal government" to provide common law courts for us, but if for some unknown reason a state national becomes ensnared in the federal system, then he is entitled to one. If the federal system can't touch us absent a bona-fide contract, then if we are injured and there way no place to go to redress our grievances, I'll bet the people would set a proper court up. Just my take on it.

    M

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    1. Do it in the world court of The Hague as a prisoner of war.

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  2. Paul,
    would you please post this comment for me.

    Now that you put it that way Judge Anna, it is understandable. Short and sweet but says volumes.
    I did not realize that the constitution
    did not make the federal government responsible
    for setting up the common law court system. All the while I've been waiting for them to give the common law courts to us, it has been up to us to do it for ourselves. Who knew?
    patricia

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  3. ARTICLE [VII.]
    In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law.

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