By Anna Von Reitz
Remember, the Federation of States doesn't operate under any Constitution --- it operates directly under The Declaration of Independence.
Remember, the Federation was formed in September of 1776, long before there were any Constitutions.
Remember, the Constitutions were power-sharing agreements that represented the implementation of the various Treaties that ended The War of Independence.
Those Constitutions pertain to the operations of three Federal Subcontractors --- the American Federal Republic, the British Territorial United States, and the Municipal United States Government.
These three separate entities received their various "powers" as delegations of power from The Federation of States doing business as The United States of America (unincorporated version).
The Federation of States is an unincorporated Holding Company and what it "holds" are the powers of the States in international jurisdiction.
When any of the Federal Subcontractors are unable to perform, the powers delegated to them return by Operation of Law to the Delegator --- our unincorporated Federation of States doing business as The United States of America.
The Member States of our Federation are all unincorporated, are all physically defined States of the Union, and are all present and accounted for and in Session at this time.
So there is no excuse for anyone to claim that our country is "abandoned" or that our assets are unclaimed or that our assets are subject to any assignment to any foreign creditors or subject to any claim that they are collateral belonging to any other government on Earth.