by Anna Von Reitz
Of all the misconceptions and misinformation that has continued to cripple American efforts to self-govern and restore their proper political status and nation this is perhaps The Biggie: the idea that The Constitution (or any other constitution) applies to us, the living people.
The only mention of us in The Constitution is in the Preamble, which is a Trust Indenture obligating the "federal government" however construed to act as our Trustee and to defend and protect us and our national trust assets. Two years later this was made more explicit by the Bill of Rights which enumerated some of our trust assets to be protected.
Our Natural and Unalienable Rights which include free speech, free assembly and the others listed by the Bill of Rights are MATERIAL assets more precious than gold, and the entire Federal Entity created by The Constitution agreement is absolutely bound by it to protect those assets.
And that's it. We don't live under The Constitution. They do.
We are not bound by The Constitution. They are.