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Sunday, June 13, 2021

Here's How It Goes -- American History 101-2 -The Confederation

 By Anna Von Reitz

As we learned in part 101-1, the American Government started out as a Union of former Colonies, which were all geographically-described estates belonging to the people who lived within their borders, and secondly, with an unincorporated Federation of Estate Governments, The United States of America, which enabled the people of this country to speak with one voice in international and global affairs.
That's the way it was for five long years, 1776 to 1781. This entire country functioned with just two branches of government in place: national and international/global, with all the international and global issues being fielded by the Federation of States doing business as The United States of America.
So take yourself back to 1781. It's the height of the Revolutionary War. The various former Colonies described initially as "estates" have become known as "states". They are bound together in Common Cause against Great Britain.
As of January 1, 1781, there are still only two branches of the American Government in operation -- the Union, doing business at that time as "the" United States, and the Federation doing business as The United States of America, which deals with everything else.
This burden of dealing with "everything else" was overwhelming the Officers of The United States of America --- men like Franklin and Adams and Jefferson were kept busy trying to navigate the course of international diplomacy at the same time they endeavored to produce and pay for gunpowder at home.
Something had to give, so the Confederation was born.
The purpose of the Confederation was to conduct commercial business for the States.
Each State that was already a member of the Federation chartered a new entity, called a "state of state" organization, and these new business entities, like The State of New York and The State of Georgia, then joined together to form a Confederation.
It was this process that was memorialized by The Articles of Confederation.
The burden of conducting global commercial business was thus lifted off of the Federation and shifted onto the Confederation, though obviously, the States of the Federation remained able to conduct business in the global jurisdiction in the event that the Confederation as a whole or any member State-of-State failed.
Always remember that the Federation conducted all international and global business for a period of five years. In a pinch, it can always do so again, because its members are sovereign States.
The Federation of States thus gave up some powers and duties that were initially its responsibility, and handed them off as a delegation of power to the Confederation of States doing business as the States of America.
A third branch was thus added to the original American Government and by the end of 1781, we had:
(1) the Union doing business as the United States,
(2) the Federation doing business as The United States of America, (3) and the Confederation doing business as the States of America.
The Articles of Confederation create a new and "more perfect union" -- of what? The answer is ----American State-of-State organizations, like The State of New York and The State of Massachusetts.
No other union was being replaced by The Articles of Confederation; instead, a new union joining together business entities was being created.
Please note that this arrangement left a Federation whose members were all States of the Union like New York, Maine, and Virginia, functioning side by side with a Confederation whose members were all states-of-states, like The State of New York and The State of Maine.
In the parlance of our Forefathers, we had States and Confederate States, and the "Confederate States" were actually state-of-state business corporations chartered by the States.
This simple difference between States and Confederate States has created one of the most damaging and confusing semantic conundrums in the history of our country.
People who were not taught the difference readily called the Confederate States by the same name as the actual States, and mistook one for the other---- but a State of the Union exists in a different realm and capacity than any state-of-state organization it charters.
An unincorporated State is a sovereign entity; but, a "Confederate State" is a business organization chartered by a State. They are not the same thing at all.
By the end of 1781, you have three branches of American Government in operation:
(1) the (e)states of the United States (national soil jurisdiction);
(2) the States of The United States of America (international jurisdiction);
(3) the States-of-States of the States of America (global jurisdiction).
These represent different functions or "branches" of one government --- a Union of (e)states operating as an international Federation of States and as a global Confederation of States-of-States.
In general terms, the Union is supposed to determine everything that happens on the surface of the Earth apportioned to it, the Federation is responsible for the land underlying the soil and for operations at sea, including international trade; the Confederation is responsible for conducting commercial business for the States.
This compartmentalization of duties worked well-enough for the next 79 years.

And then, something happened.

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20 comments:

  1. you are so off base its pathetic, you have it all twisted, and do not know what you are addressing, so go back and read what you put to paper before posting it.

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    1. Thank you Thomas .. I have been reading goode2boost since he started posting on this page.. and you are right..
      sometimes he is half true and semi correct, and others he is shaving hairs and switching jurisdictions and takling like he knows everyting..
      Kind of like what what the british did to create this criminal debt slave system, and userp our American Government in the first place..

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  2. Thomas you are rude and is that any way to talk to someone who is trying to help us against the tyranny our government has been imposing on the American people?

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    1. Thomas the original cynicist holding true to the chains he so enjoys.

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  3. I read all this but its just words on paper they are just going to kill us off so they dont have to pay us just like their killing the stupid people for getting the shot i want to know what are we going to do take are country back are talk them to death

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  4. Well then, we dig in and prepare. What say you?

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    1. Net.. " "Well then, we dig in and prepare. What say you?" "

      That.. sounds like 'Im gonna bury my head in the sand and hope they don't see me.'..
      You cant wait to see how it all shakes out..
      You have to take action...
      Yeah prepping is an action,, based on worst case senerio.. and if it comes to that we will have divided ourselves,, and we will be decimated.. just some sooner than others..

      The only practical solution was given to us 250 years ago..
      Then came the civilwar and the british won that round,, because we were divided and misinformed and mislead and throughtly infilterated,,, userped, coquered by deception and misdirection,,,..

      Well now we have the internet and cellphones and radio instead of the Pony Express..
      Now We Know What a Happened and How to Correct the Situation...
      Now we know what "standing" is and how to establish ours in law and in fact.

      The problem now is getting enough people who want to be free badly enough to actually DO something about it..
      In America,,There are about 35 million of "them" (Feds) and 320 million of "Us" (mostly un-informed Americans)..

      And the Military are your sons and daughters and they too are, mostly, Americans..
      And So,, if you want to achieve peace and freedom and prosperity in America,, simply take your responsiblity to yourself, your family and your country serioulsy and run America the way it is supposed to be run..
      By the People through self governance, using the system the fathers set up for you and paid for with their lives...
      Learn "What" an American is and BE one,,, FINISH the reconstruction left undone after the civil war, reestablish your standing in law, and run your Country ...

      Here is the Who What When Where Why and Now....
      Ironicaly,, you should start at the "Home page"..
      theamericanstatesassembly.net

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  5. .
    As now and as before in the distant past

    It will either be genocide or the armed forces or the militia .............

    choose now

    If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you, and may posterity forget that ye were once our countrymen.



    Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide. It is in vain to say that democracy is less vain, less proud, less selfish, less ambitious, or less avaricious than aristocracy or monarchy. It is not true, in fact, and nowhere appears in history. Those passions are the same in all men, under all forms of simple government, and when unchecked, produce the same effects of fraud, violence, and cruelty.“

    Source: https://quotepark.com/quotes/1799759-john-adams-remember-democracy-never-lasts-long-it-soon-wast/

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    1. Well Now we know that most free republics devolve into democracies and having suffered that fate ourselves, we know who they are and how exactly they operate.
      With benefit of hindsight and the public record, we know they must've drafted a new charter of some kind during the live exercise state of emergency called crown virus, wonder what title and how styled, the new thing?
      Whateverthe answer, it will publicly open for business july 4th, weeks from now. See

      https://www.archivesjuly4.org/

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    4 million arms are being purchased every month.............

    By who and for what ...........

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  7. https://www.etymonline.com/word/federation#etymonline_v_29836

    federation (n.)
    1721, "union by agreement," from French fédération, from Late Latin foederationem (nominative foederatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin foederare "league together," from foedus "covenant, league" (from PIE root *bheidh- "to trust, confide, persuade").


    https://www.etymonline.com/word/confederation#etymonline_v_28577

    confederation (n.)
    early 15c., "act of confederating, alliance, agreement," from Anglo-French confederacion, Old French confederacion (14c.), from Late Latin confoederationem (nominative confoederatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of confoederare "to unite in a league," from assimilated form of com "with, together" (see con-) + foederare (from suffixed form of PIE root *bheidh- "to trust, confide, persuade").

    Meaning "states or persons united by a league" is from 1620s. In U.S. history, the Articles of Confederation were adopted by Congress in 1777 and ratified by the states over the next four years. They went into effect March 1, 1781, and expired March 4, 1789.

    https://www.etymonline.com/word/league#etymonline_v_6618

    league (n.1)
    "alliance," mid-15c., ligg, from French ligue "confederacy, league" (15c.), from Italian lega, from legare "to tie, to bind," from Latin ligare "to bind" (from PIE root *leig- "to tie, bind"). Originally among nations, subsequently extended to political associations (1846) and sports associations (1879). League of Nations is attested from 1917 (created 1919).

    It always helps to know the etymology of words before making claims as to what they mean.

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  8. The Confederation was called The Republic in documents I have found going back to the Declaration of Independence. Even when the enumerated services were shuttled off to the Federation Franklin still called it a Republic to Mrs Powell. It is believed as a Federation more of the enumerated services could be off shored.

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  9. This so called nation has been a commercial experiment ye subjects of the 14 amendment. Hell the so called forefathers and their bloodlines are the ones that have their creator granted rights. That kinda leaves us as ignorant and illiterate subject-slaves. Wake up !!

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    1. All the presidents but one share the same bloodline. Kinda makes sense. As the founding fathers stated ( and for our posterity. Are you part of their bloodline ?
      Please wake up. These parasites have their agenda. And at this point in time the reduction of the human resource" subject slaves is at the top of this agenda.

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  10. We started a new trend succeed today it’s accepted in international law .
    The orchestrated event was intended to seize control no doughy about it .
    Just like the war of 1812 immediately the university press went into high gear sayin Biden won only back then it was erase the continental congress.

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  11. Excellent, Anna. I've been waiting for this breakdown for years. It not only helps me understand better but, also, in explaining the truth to others.

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  12. By 1779 all the states had approved and ratified the Articles of Confederation except Maryland, who later ratified it after Jefferson argued the western land his state held claim to should be divided up into new states. After the remaining several states which held claim from their state 100 miles west or to the Mississippi river. Once Maryland saw the other states step up and relinquish claim, they ratified the A.C> and they went into action 3/1/1781

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  13. On July 3, 1788, the Congress received New Hampshire as the ninth ratification of the proposed Constitution, thus, according to its terms, establishing it as the new framework of governance for the ratifying states.
    By the end of July 1788, 11 of the 13 states had ratified the new Constitution. Congress continued to convene under the Articles with a quorum until October.
    On Saturday, September 13, 1788, the Confederation Congress voted the resolve to implement the new Constitution, and on Monday, September 15 published an announcement that the new Constitution had been ratified by the necessary nine states.
    so... yes, the Articles of Confederation were ratified by every state present at the time. Practically every state by the end in October, were not adhering by the A.o.C> rule of unanimous ratification to affect changes were blown out the window. the DOI's nine states to ratify requirement was different, than the AoC but a welcome change. September 13, 1788, the Confederation Congress voted the resolve to implement the new Constitution, and on Monday, September 15 published an

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    1. THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE is not New Hampshire. Two very different jurisdictions .

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    2. Please look up the definition of slavery. Do you see subjugation ?
      14th amendment subject-slave...
      Lincoln did us a huge favor.
      Look up the definition of constitutor.
      Are you getting it ?

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