By Anna Von Reitz
I have sent numerous letters and cards to the Colorado Nine, but I haven't had a reply back in over two years, similar to what happened with Chief LaVern Fasthorse. I was able to correspond for a while, and in Fasthorse's case, talk on the phone, and all of a sudden --- nothing.
These men are political prisoners every bit as much as any other political prisoners have ever been.
But they are still making some wrong assumptions--- they now know, apparently, something I tried to tell them five years ago --- that the public offices are vacant.
God willing and more Americans continue to step up, those "vacated" offices will fill up and our country can get back on track.
Part of what is so bitter for me about the whole Colorado Nine Debacle, is that it could have been avoided and those good men could be filling those vacated public offices, instead of sitting in a foreign jail.
Stephen-John Nalty would make a fine constitutional Justice of the Peace.
However, they still don't appear to realize that the "courts" they are addressing are private tribunals run by foreign, for-profit corporations that are essentially no different from any other commercial corporation ---- just in the business of providing "governmental services".
The State of Colorado, Inc. is running a private in-house corporate tribunal and telling its employees and their dependents when to stand up and when to sit down.
If you aren't an employee or dependent of the State of Colorado, why would you stay five minutes in their court?
Why would you attack a foreign corporation’s in-house tribunal, either, and try to tell it what to do or how to do it?
You wouldn’t. You’d have no reason to.
Yet, that’s what the Colorado Nine did.
They “transgressed” and threatened the Municipal COURT of the STATE OF COLORADO under the false assumption that it had something to do with them.
Sad to say, they created their own problem, because they couldn’t or wouldn’t accept the fact that that COURT had nothing to do with them at all, and what they needed to do was to work on restoring their own court system, instead.
Self-governance is such a radical concept.
You have to declare and record your own political status. You have to assemble your State Assembly, form your Juror Pools, hold your Elections, fill your public offices, and so on and on.
It’s a lot of hard work. And it even costs some money.
Most Americans starting out to reclaim their heritage don’t have a foggy notion what that heritage is.
They don’t know the structure of their own government.
They don’t know the difference between a U.S. Citizen and a US citizen and a State Citizen.
They have no idea that their government was never fully restored after the Civil War.
They have been kept in the dark, used and abused by their own employees, for well over a century.
And only now are we coming out of the fog.
Did the Municipal COURT grossly over-react?
Did these men commit any actual crime under the Law of the Land?
So what are they doing in a foreign jail?
Unfortunately, until they realize what they did wrong— nobody else can apologize for them.
The rational thing would be for them to write to the State of Colorado Congressional Delegation and ask them to intercede— explain that they are Coloradans who got confused and misaddressed the Municipal COURT by mistake.
Pure and simple.
They didn’t actually cause any harm.
And since the members of Congress run the Municipal Government, they are the ones who can tell the Municipal COURT to pardon or parole the Colorado Nine.
Who knows? If the publicity for them is good (carrot) and the political backlash is awful (stick) they might be persuaded to ask the Governor to commute those cruel and unusual punishments.
But that is about the only possible answer left because they asked for and received a jury trial and accepted — knowingly or unknowingly — that those foreign Persons merely residing in the State of Colorado, were their peers, even if in fact they were not and never could be.
At that point, the Court’s hands are tied. There is no viable appeal process from a jury trial except the presentation of new exculpatory evidence justifying a new trial or a pardon or commutation of sentence.
I started working on a pardon for all those involved and worked on it off and on as I could for three months, only to find out that Nalty and Doucette were still busy filing Motions and continuing to address the COURT as if it were their court and as if they ever had recognizable Constitutional guarantees in that COURT, etc., etc.
That is, they continued to ignore everything I told them, continued to assume they could access Constitutional guarantees while nodding their heads and agreeing that they are US citizens.
How many times do I have to say this?
U.S. Citizens and “citizens of the United States” have no Constitutional guarantees. All they have are “Equal Civil Rights” and even those are suspended right now because of the Plandemic.
The only people who can enforce the Constitutions are the People — the American State Citizens.
And in order to be a State Citizen you have to declare and record your political status and join your State Assembly.
If the Colorado Nine had been listening to me, they would have declared and recorded their political status and formed the Colorado Assembly and been running their own courts by now.
If they had listened to me they wouldn’t have ever addressed the STATE OF COLORADO, and having made that tragic mistake, they would contact the Colorado Congressional Delegation and explain what happened and ask for their sentence to be commuted.
If anyone can get my answer to Nalty, please do.
But success is predicated on these men realizing that they addressed the wrong court in the wrong jurisdiction and their apologizing for that mistake. Until they fully realize that yes, they did something wrong, their only chance of walking free is foreclosed.
While they continue to rant and blame and accuse and make constitutional claims, it shows that they still don’t understand why what they did was wrong. They are continuing to make the same mistake that got them arrested in the first place.