by Anna Von Reitz
Every day I get letters from people who have come to America seeking peace and freedom. These immigrants have come -- in many cases --- from war-torn places, out of situations of poverty, threat, and fear. They have come as all our forefathers did in search of freedom and it is with a heavy heart that I have to tell them that they have been cheated.
They have not been granted State Citizen status, because the lawful state governments were disrupted and never acted officially to grant it. Instead, these immigrants and all have only inherited "US citizenship"---- that is, they have been "claimed" as "citizens of the United States" merely "residing" here.
The same profoundly limited status has been conferred on Native Americans, African Americans; and all those "corporate personas" created under the 14th Amendment of the Corporate Constitution and merely named after American State Nationals are considered "citizens of the United States". So are federal employees and military personnel.
What can I say?