By Anna Von Reitz
Pay attention so that you are not deceived --- again.
First, there was the Union of (E)states formed by the original United Colonies: The United States.
Second, that same year of 1776, there was the unincorporated Federation of the same States of the Union: The United States of America.
Third, five years later, in 1781, The United States of America's member States created "Confederate" States and organized them as a Confederation under The Articles of Confederation. This Confederation operated under the business name: The States of America. It's members were all "States of States" created as business organizations run by the States of the Union.
So--- you have:
The United States (1776)
The United States of America (1776)
The States of America (1781)
All this was happening in the middle of The War of Independence -- long before there were any Constitutions or any "Federal" entities other than The United States of America--- which was, is, and has always remained an unincorporated Federation of unincorporated and sovereign States of the Union.
Got that much under your belts?
Next, in 1787, came the Federal Republic, which was carved out of the Confederation of States doing business as the States of America and granted delegated powers from those Confederate States. This was a business organization operated by the American Confederation dba The States of America. It operated under "The Constitution for the united States of America".
Next, in 1789, came the Territorial United States Government, which was carved out of the Federation of States doing business as The United States of America, and delegated powers from it. This entity did business "in the name of" The United States of America as "the" United States of America and operated under "The Constitution of the United States of America".
Finally, in 1790, came the Municipal United States Government, which was granted "powers" by The United States to function and provide certain enumerated services and delegated powers to provide those services. It functioned "in the name of" The United States, similar to the situation above and used the doing business name "the" United States and it functioned under "The Constitution of the United States".
So, you have:
"the" States of America (Federal Republic) (1787) run by the American Confederation of States
"the" United States of America (1789) run by the British Monarch as a Commonwealth business.
"the" United States (1790) run by the Holy Roman Empire as a Municipal business.
There are six (6) --- count them! --- six interrelated organizations present:
The United States (1776) delegated powers to "the" United States (1790).
The United States of America (1776) delegated powers to "the" United States of America (1789).
The States of America (1781) delegated powers to "the" States of America (1790).
Please notice that the States of the Federation created the State-of-State Members of the Confederation.
The Confederation then delegated powers to "the" States of America organization running the Federal Republic.
The "Union" being talked about in The Articles of Confederation was the union of State-of-State business entities, the Confederate States, that were members of the Confederation.
Not the actual States of the Union.
It follows that in order for the Federal Republic to be restored, the Confederation has to be restored.
For the Confederation to be restored, the States of the Union --- the members of the Federation --- have to reconstruct new American States-of-States to function as members of the Confederation.
And there you have the crux of proper Reconstruction of our actual American Government.
The States of the Union that are members of our unincorporated Federation of States, The United States of America, have to come into Session and reconstruct their American States-of-States to function as members of the Confederation.
The Confederation then needs to operate the Federal Republic doing business in its name as "the" States of America.
At this point, the sovereign States are in Session.
They have not yet set up their Confederate State-of-State organizations.
Therefore, there is no Confederation at the moment, and no entity other than The United States of America -- our unincorporated Federation of States, with the authority and ownership interest to set up a valid Confederation, much less a valid Federal Republic.
The power of this country is now, as it has been since the 1770's, vested entirely in The United States and The United States of America, both of which are unincorporated "doing business as" names of the people/People of this country.
All other powers and organizations derive from these two, and they both derive from the Union of the sovereign States operating in national jurisdiction (The United States) and international jurisdiction (The United States of America) respectively.
Read that--- there is no such thing as "UPSA" except in the imaginations and fraudulent mechanics of those attempting to foist yet more legal fiction on the gullible Public.
There is no way around that same Public getting off their duffs and self-governing using the lawful means established for them to do so.
Any attempt to just create another incorporated entity and "pretend" that it is the "representative" of our government is doomed to fail, simply because the people of this country woke up.
We now know how things are supposed to work, and it isn't via some foreign corporation(s) coming in here and telling us what to do and how to do it, so as to best benefit themselves.