Tuesday, August 1, 2017

The Other Guys and We, the Cows

By Anna Von Reitz

For the Federales, both Territorial and Municipal, that Congress in DC is legitimate.  The "U.S." has always been run as a corporation and the Municipal "US" has been operated as a corporation since 1878.  Within its own sphere, then, the "United States Congress" is acting legally.

The problem is that we have been misled to think that it is something it's not.  It is not operating as the "United States in Congress Assembled".  It is not representing all the people and it is not competent to do so. 

So in effect, we have been disenfranchised if we don't want to join their club, and have to instead for our own Congress act in behalf of the land jurisdiction owed to the actual states and people.

You continue to misrepresent their action as being something wrong and criminal, when in fact, it is our inaction which is the actual big problem.

Clarification Regarding Copyright to Your Trade Name

By Anna Von Reitz

A lot of people have been confused about claiming their name using State Session Laws. The example I am posting here is for a name in Alaska--- but every state in the Union has similar provisions. You simply have to search your own state's Session Laws (not Statutes-- Session Laws) or hire a Paralegal to search the material related to Assumed Names to find your state's retained remedy.

To a limited extent you can use this example as a template:

The Simplest Answer -- Nationalize the Banks, Keep the Account Structure

By Anna Von Reitz

I have been asked and asked--- what's the simplest, fastest way out of this bind?

Nationalize the banks, hire new managers to ride herd on existing managers, keep the account structure intact.  Force the banks to pay for it.  If they had done their job, this step wouldn't be needed. 

At the Treasury, do the long-delayed bookkeeping crediting the American People, which will automatically off-set and wipe out the so-called "National Debt".  Get the Territorial United States out of bankruptcy.  Return the rest of the credit to the individual accounts as subaccounts.