Folks, there are and have always been two different populations here in America.
Actual current federal employees (retirees don't count as active federal employees) and federal dependents (political asylum seekers, etc.) who receive actual paychecks or unearned benefits from the federal corporations are owed discharge of all "franchise" debts via bankruptcy.
The rest of us are owed discharge of the same franchise debts via probate action.
The difference is that the probate action not only discharges debts accrued by secondary beneficiaries of our estates (the franchises operated in our names), it returns our land and our other property back to us unharmed and fully restored.
If you really ARE a federal employee or unearned dependent (for example, someone receiving SSI who never paid into and vested in Social Security), by all means, take the bankruptcy protection and run.
But if you are NOT a federal employee or unearned dependent, claim your estate back. The debts will all go away just the same, but you will also receive back the land and homes and businesses and other things that are rightfully yours.
It's that simple.
Anna Von Reitz