By Anna Von Reitz
During 1909 the vermin surreptitiously placed a "title" on all land in America, as "security" for the debts of The United States of America, Inc., which started operations in 1868 and which was bankrupted in 1907.
Please note that "The United States of America, Inc." was a private, mostly foreign-owned corporation in the business of providing governmental services and it never, ever had any valid claim on anyone's state public or private land anywhere in this country.
That bankruptcy ended in 1953 with all debts settled and discharged. However, the vermin then claimed that it was "impossible" for them to identify and return title to the purloined land assets to the actual heirs and owners, that they were "unknown" after nearly fifty years, and that as a result, it all had to be "claimed as abandoned property" and set aside in a giant public trust, which would itself benefit from the land assets and all the taxes generated from taxing the lease-holders--- all the people who have bought land and participated in land sales ever since.
"The Department of Agriculture" has held the agricultural liens ever since.