By Anna Von ReitzThe Belchers came over from England in 1608 and began building Boston, especially the Old South Church which still stands. They served as ministers there for 200 years.
Fond greetings, Anna,
I have some questions, and I think others might be interested in learning the answers to them as well. I sent them to Teri in hopes they would be asked and answered tonight, but instead learned a lot about some other very interesting things. Thank you, Anna!
Anyway, here are my questions:
The Oregon Assembly has sent a “Notice and Declaration Regarding Unlawful Exercise of Right of Distraint or Levy” [PDF below] to various de facto Trustees (Guardians?) on behalf of all Oregon Assembly members. The Assembly is recommending that each member of the Assembly send their individual Notice to those same Trustees as well as Trustees for birth states other than Oregon.
Would you please explain more about the purpose of the document and the necessity of individually sending it to Trustees who have already received the Assembly’s Notice?
1. What role did James Belcher’s family play in the founding of our nation?
2. Where does James Belcher’s title “Head of State” originate and is there documentation supporting his claim?
3. By what right or process are 900 people able to claim they are fiduciaries of The United States of America?
You have suggested that we Oregonians disavow any relationship with Robert (Bobby) Graves due to possible “crimes of transgression he has been committing”.
1. Do you still regard Oregon Assembly members to be at risk?
2. Is a disavowal accomplished in an email or in a notice to the Oregon State Assembly or to the Federation or to whom?
Thank you, Anna, and many many blessings to you and your family.
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