By Anna Von Reitz
The Most Important Part
Somehow, though I repeat and repeat the most important part of the message isn't getting through.
There are and there have always been two (2) populations of people in this country. Pay attention. This is critical.
The two groups as defined by the Treaty of Peace, Paris, 1783 are: the "free, sovereign, and independent people of the United States" and the British "inhabitants" left here after the Revolutionary War to provide-- as Article IV of all three Constitutions puts it --- "essential government services".
The Brits are subjects of the King (or Queen). No mystery about that.
The Americans are supposed to be acting as "free, sovereign, and independent people", but thanks to British Breach of Trust and legal chicanery and deliberate falsification of public records and bankruptcy fraud and identity theft --- you have (nearly all) been mis-characterized as "volunteer" British Territorial Merchant Mariners and British "citizens".
It's up to you to correct the falsified public records and clearly identify your permanent domicile on the land and soil of the state where you were born, and to stand your ground and properly identify yourself in the face of any police or court action--- but most importantly, to behave accordingly.
Think about it --- if you really were a "volunteer" in the British Merchant Marine service, you would be expected to obey their rules, would you not?