By Anna Von Reitz
I am told that tomorrow, November first, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court will be taking up the question of who owns the land and soil of America?
It is not for the U.S. Supreme Court to decide. This court is not authorized to consider questions of land or soil ownership in America. Both jurisdictions lie outside the purview of the U.S. Supreme Court and the Justices thereof, and these questions are also outside the jurisdiction of the Municipal Government.
I am further informed that the Justices are so confused that they do not even understand the process by which the American States were formed and are unable to give any accurate account of the process that led to the existence of our States of the Union, our Federation of States, and our country as a whole.
This absurd situation should reasonably suggest to everyone that those so ignorant of the history that they fail to recognize the limits of their own jurisdiction cannot lead the discussion and are incompetent to even properly frame the questions to be answered.
The short answer is that the former Colonies were all organized as estates, and upon declaring their independence, they further organized groups of these estates within their traditional colonial boundaries as "States".
New States were added under the provisions of the Northwest Ordinance until the Civil War.
During the Civil War (West Virginia) and afterward, new States continued to form under the provisions of the Northwest Ordinance and were added as Territorial States, approved for admittance to the Union, yet not fully enrolled because the actual Government was not in Session to enroll them.
This situation was finally recognized slightly over a year ago, when the State Assemblies formed prior to the Civil War voted by Roll Call Vote to enroll all the Territorial States as States of the Union.
All fifty (50) States are present and accounted for and their Governments are in Session, as is their unincorporated Federation of States doing business as The United States of America. We are the Owners of Record, and despite a lot of self-interested rumors otherwise, we are still here and still in possession of the sovereignty and treaties and contracts owed to this country.
This information and our objections to the jurisdiction of the U.S. Supreme Court in this matter are being recorded and distributed to all the High Courts and persons responsible for proper administration.
Chief LaVern Fast Horse is presenting the interests of a Dependent Sovereignty which lost the various Indian Wars, and any revisiting of these issues outside the peaceful settlement of our present co-existence would only cause more bloodshed and the likely extermination of a precious minority.
James Clinton Belcher, Head of State, Post Master
Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary