by Anna Von Reitz
Those of you who have been following along for some time know that the United States is not America and that "United States Citizens" are not Americans. Chances are high that if you are an average Bread and Butter American you are not a "United States Citizen" and probably never were.
A "citizen" is obligated to serve the government. A "national" is one of those that the government serves.
The Definitive Treaty of Peace 1783 that ended the Revolutionary War described the "citizens" as "Inhabitants" --- British subjects left here to provide "essential government services" and the state nationals were described as "the free, sovereign, and independent people of the United States."
Which one are you?