By Anna Von Reitz
The formal Military in this country exists in two subsets— active duty and reserves.
For all practical purposes the “National Guard” and “State Defense Forces” of most States are part of the Active Duty Military and should be considered as “Federal” troops because they take funding from the foreign federal corporations and are “National” with regard to their States in name only.
Similar to the unlawful conversion of our counties resulting from their eagerness to receive federal kickbacks in the form of Federal Block Grants, most “National Guard” units have been unlawfully converted by the same process— which is why they have been deployed “as” federal troops in places like Afghanistan.
Calling them “State National Guards” when they are funded, commanded, and deployed by federal corporations is at best an evasion of these facts and a convenient means of evading constitutional and other prohibitions against foreign troops on state soil.
Bear in mind that all Active Duty U.S. Military are technically foreign troops with respect to the actual States and People whether you call them “National Guard” or “State Defense Forces” or not.
Active Duty Troops domiciled as National Guard forces in each State are commanded by the State of State Governor. Active Duty Troops officially assigned to the U.S. Military are under the authority of the President acting as Commander in Chief.
So the question comes up— what do I do when I finish my tour of duty and want to return home to true civilian status?
The answer for all forms of Active Duty Military personnel is the same. Once you receive your DD214 or equivalent discharge paperwork, you send a registered letter to the head of your branch of service informing them that you are returning to your birthright political status. You keep the letter and mailing receipts as part of your records. You are now officially separated from Federal employment and obligations and are free to join your State Assembly or resume your State National status by recording a simple Declaration.
Officers need to return and resign their Commissions along with the Notice letter, otherwise they remain under obligation to the Federal Government for the rest of their lives as part of the Reserve Forces.
This is, of course, a highly personal choice.
If Officers retain their commissions they cannot act as State Citizens because of their retained Federal service obligations, but they can act as State Nationals and have all their basic rights and guarantees upheld by the Assemblies.
We were having trouble with false claims that retired NCO’s and enlisted personnel were similarly obligated to lifetime service and engaged as volunteers serving in “civilian-military” capacities without their knowledge or consent. To put an end to these claims we have had NCO’s and Enlisted personnel apply for benefits owed to such personnel and forced the Department of Defense and DOD to admit that they are NOT eligible for benefits and NOT serving in any “civilian-military connection after retiring from Active Duty.
Again, the rule is— if you are maintaining ANY connection other than being fully retired from Federal military service, including any federated ‘National Guard’ service, you are limited to State National status and cannot serve as a State Citizen until you are actually and factually retired and all volunteer activities including reserve duty has ceased.
Upon your release from Federal U.S. service you are set free to accept a Direct Commission from The United States of America and to serve in your actual State Militia.
The Reserves make up a million man Reserve Force composed of “retired but not returned” U.S. Military and federated National Guard personnel. They have chosen knowingly or unknowingly to remain in Federal jurisdiction after their formal release from active duty.
These unseen defense forces were recently summoned back to work by President Trump.
In addition to these forces we have our own Peacekeeping forces in the form of our Constitutional soil jurisdiction County Sheriffs and Deputies, our actual State Militias, and our Continental Marshals Service.
None of these entities are in competition with each other and ideally work together cooperatively to cover and protect people and property, borders, and assets in all jurisdictions of the law both Public and private.
The actual County, State and International Postal District Forces, that is, peacekeeping forces owed to this country, have been largely defunded in recent years and operate as self-funded organizations supported directly by the people of each State. They operate on a system model similar to that found in Switzerland.
State Citizens between the ages of 21-45 are either direct members of the State Militia or supporting members. Together they help organize Public Safety and Defense Plans for their States and Citizens using the Swiss model and work as civilian peacekeepers. Older and younger members of the community serve a wide range of support activities.
Our Sheriffs can be recognized by their distinctive star badges and State Credentials. Members of our State Militias also have State Credentials issued to them by the State Assembly. The Continental Marshals function as our interface in international jurisdiction and can be recognized by their special Direct Commissions from The United States of America and their distinctive star badges with balls on the points of the stars.
Recently another Direct Commission organization has been authorized to help coordinate our peacekeeping functions at all levels— The Peacekeeping Task Force.
The Peacekeeping Task Force will be visiting local communities and providing education and support for our civilian peacekeeping services, networking local constitutional Sheriffs and actual State Militias and The Continental Marshals Service together to form cohesive protection for all Americans —State Nationals and State Citizens alike.
They may be recognized by their distinctive tan uniforms, their Gadsden Flag and Civil Peacetime Flag patches and Direct Commissions.
In addition to the Active Duty, Reserve Duty, and Civilian Peacekeeping Forces, there are private Law Enforcement Agencies that function as Subcontractors to our Federal Subcontractors and make up a private police force designed to protect the assets of the Territorial United States and the Municipal United States corporations.
These are all private security forces, aka, mercenary forces, under the direction of private and now largely bankrupt governmental services corporations.
These agencies include the DOJ, FBI, FEMA, BATF, IRS, etc. (Municipal) and their Territorial corollaries, Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigations, etc. at the Federal level.
All such Agency Personnel are considered Law Enforcement Agents-for-Hire, otherwise known as Pinkertons and more generally as Mercenaries and they are engaged to enforce the private codes, regulations and Public Policies of the incorporated government services providers.
They are NOT supposed to be speaking to, addressing, arresting, or subjecting average Americans to their private corporate laws and statutes, but they are motivated by profit to do so. They have little or no Public Interest duty or responsibility and their activities presuming upon average Americans who are not employees or dependents of their corporations must be brought under control.
At another level, State Troopers and ‘Sheriffs’ and local police employed by incorporated entities are all Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) and if they will not willingly obey and conform to their obligations to obey the Constitutions and the Public Law, they must be recognized as part of the problem.
The situation in Minneapolis this morning is due to the brutal action of a single uniformed corporate Law Enforcement Officer acting in flagrant disrespect of our Constitution and traditions.
Not only should he and the other arresting officers be charged with crimes, fired and not eligible for rehire, but their supervisors and the politicians responsible should be sacked. Finally, the corporation employing these thugs needs to lose its charter. City of Minneapolis and MINNEAPOLIS should both be no more.
And if the State of Minnesota doesn’t do its job to discipline its employees, it’s charter needs to be revoked, too.
We don’t have to put up with this kind of behavior— not from individual men and not from the corporations that hire them.
Get organized and do your part.