By Anna Von Reitz
"One who exercises jurisdiction out of his territory cannot be obeyed with impunity." [10 Co. 77; Dig. 2. 1. 20; Story, Confl. Laws ' 539; Broom, Max. 100, 101]"
instituted by Lincoln soon thereafter and became the basis for the current "laws" in the US.
without verification, lawful foundation, or lawful due process.
rulership by force/conquest, originating from and existing in military, martial law jurisdiction. Military,
martial law jurisdiction:
= jurisdiction of war
= win/lose interactions consisting of eating or being eaten, living or dying
= food chain
= law of necessity
= suspension of all law other than complete freedom to act in any manner to eat, kill, or destroy or avoid
being eaten, killed, or destroyed
= no law
= complete absence of all lawful basis to create any valid law.
Contractually, being a victim of those acting on the alleged authority granted by the law of necessity,
= no lawful object, valuable consideration, free consent of all involved parties, absence of fraud, duress, malice, and undue influence:
= no bona fide, enforceable contract
= no valid, enforceable nexus
= absolute right to engage in any action of any kind in self-defense
= complete and total right to disregard any alleged jurisdiction and demands from self-admitted outlaws
committing naked criminal aggression without any credibility and right to demand allegiance and compliance from anyone.
Every President of the United States since Lincoln has functioned by Executive Orders issued from a
military, martial law jurisdiction with the only "law" being the "law of necessity," i.e. the War Powers.