In case you haven’t noticed, ever since I began my public action in 2008, there have been successive bankruptcies of governmental services corporations and banks. This is a domino effect — that started with the bankruptcy of the Bank of England.
They knew what was coming and beat for port.
In 2015, Obama declared the UNITED STATES, INC. bankruptcy and shifted the debt burden from the individual phony (bankrupted) ESTATE TRUSTS – e.g., ROBERT DAVID STEELE, to the equally phony PUBLIC TRANSMITTING UTILITIES — e.g., ROBERT D STEELE.
The details of just one bankruptcy action related to the USA CORP in the Northern District of Florida is posted here: EBH CLUB – Empowering Better Humans — but that’s not even the tip of the iceberg.
US CORP was shut down 1/19/2021. USA CORP shut down 1/7/2021.
The bankruptcy for “the” UNITED STATES of AMERICA, Ltd., their most recent version of USA CORP was entered in London a year and a half ago.
The Republic of The United States of America was the sole beneficiary. That’s why they are trying to shift their operations into our old Federal Republic, but as I pointed out, we aren’t going along with that without negotiation.
Our Federal Republic is American, not British. And The United States of America that it belongs to is our unincorporated Federation of States, not some weird British Cult doing business as the Reign of the Heavens Society, Inc.
We’ve had enough guile from the Brits to last several centuries and this latest punt isn’t going to wash.
I will be restating this for public consumption a bit later in the day for my readers.
So all these corporations are seeking bankruptcy protection thinking that that will save them, but the larger issue is the fact that they don’t have valid charters and therefore not only don’t have any right to claim bankruptcy protection — they don’t have any right to exist.
From our standpoint, they either have to be returned to our custody, en masse, and administered under our public law— and re-chartered as American Corporations, or, they need to be liquidated and cease operations.
Re-chartering them en masse is certainly the easier and less disruptive option.
From the Robert David Steele blog