By Anna Von Reitz
It is impossible -- literally impossible -- for such a thing as a "National Bankruptcy" to exist with reference to a sovereign state.
A sovereign state is never eligible for bankruptcy protection, which means that any "nation" being bankrupted has to be a "dependent sovereignty" and cannot be the actual country or people of a country.
Thus, if we are all being made to suffer for the sins of a wasteful and criminal political minority living among us, it is more than past time for us to recognize what these people are doing and how they are doing it, and put a stop to it.
The Qanon motto: "Where We Go One, We Go All" is a fine enough and catchy sentiment. I like it, but I observe that up until now, that has not been the reality.
Instead, we've had a determined, crooked, and reprehensible minority of political lobbying interests camped out in Washington, DC, exercising authority never granted to them under the pretense that our States magically disappeared simply because our Federal States of States were destabilized in the wake of the illegal commercial mercenary conflict known as the "Civil War".
[Please note how fond the Liars are of the oxymoron : "civil war", "sovereign citizen", "liberal Left", etc., etc., etc., ]
The actual duty of both the Territorial and Municipal United States Governments should have been to help us reorganize the Federal States of States, not tidily moth-ball them without proper Notice and substitute their own franchises instead. So, "Where We Go One, We Go All" was certainly not our experience with any Federal entity to date and we are curious to know what Qanon intends?
A reversal of past practices that divided America into American Slaves, Territorial Slaves, and Municipal Slaves? What now? Are we all to become UN Slaves?
Or is this slogan meant to represent a truly reformed American Government that includes Territorial and Municipal citizens as equals along with everyone else---free to enjoy their Natural and Unalienable Rights along with the rest of us?
This latter proposition I could support, as the entire idea of having different "kinds" of citizenship in America, some of them being second-class and some being third-class, is against our founding principles and common sense.
But as long as Qanon remains in the shadows and doesn't explain things in a forthright fashion, I assume nothing.
Making assumptions is how we all got into this mess in the first place.
Remember reading about the "Reconstruction" in U.S. History 101, and assuming that because all that happened 100 years ago (150 now) it had to be all complete, finished, over and done with?
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