EDITOR: A must read for those interested in America and Her History. This is a multi part series due to the length. Following parts will be linked at end of each section.
Copyrighted on the 17th of January 2017
By: Anna Maria Riezinger
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This little monograph was prepared for President Donald J. Trump, and strictly speaking, it is addressed to him. It’s set up in one-page, 30-seconds each page, sound-bite format, so that a busy Executive can quickly read each bit and build up the whole picture like a puzzle.
That being said, it’s not only information needed by Mr. Trump….
The really important points I repeat several times in slightly different ways. Forgive that bit of tedium and be grateful for it.
I have made no effort beyond a cursory naming and dating to give reference citations, except for a few relatively new or unknown cites that don’t appear elsewhere in my writings. All the proof needed is already well-established in the public record and anyone can find it, just as I did, by looking for it.
My dog is senile. He has taken to wandering around aimlessly from room to room, pausing, and giving a single “Woof!” It seems to express all the questions in the world: “Where am I?” “How did I get here?” “Have I been fed yet?” “Why did I come here?” “What was I doing— or meaning to do?”
These are the sort of questions this monograph addresses, providing a logical framework showing how our government is supposed to be structured, how it is in fact structured, how it came to be this way, and —-in a very prosaic way, what needs to be done to fix it.
For most of you who missed Eighth Grade American History, this will be all brand new. For some of you, it will stir vague remembrances. For almost everyone it will be our history as seen from a new viewpoint— that of a businessman looking at the business entities and relationships that have formed the federal government in America.
30 Second American History -1
The Supreme Republican Declaration of the United Colonies of America (1775) declares the republican nature of the colonies and claims right of self-defense for each colony (farm family assembly).
The colonies claimed their air (global), soil and land (national), and sea (international) jurisdictions by natural right in the same way that individual people have the right to self-defense.
The Unanimous Declaration of These United American Colonies published July 4, 1776 declares the nation-states (people plus soil within prescribed boundaries). Each former colony issues its own nonenumerated declaration defining Georgia, Virginia, Maine, etc.
The new nation-states combined forces to fight the Revolutionary War and chose a name: “The United States of America” for their unincorporated union on September 9, 1776.
The United States of America (unincorporated) is fully sovereign; it functions as a Holding Company for the nation-states. The new states had plenary jurisdiction over the soil and via The United States of America, claim to their international and global jurisdictions, too.
Take home messages:
- (1) our republican nation-states are formed by declarations not by constitutions;
- (2) The United States of America (unincorporated) is the first and last union formed by our nation-states.
- (3) The United States of America is the Proper Name of our country in international terms and exercises the sovereign (that is, unincorporated) power of the nation-states. All power flows from the people to the counties to the nation-states to The United States of America (unincorporated) and thence to federal subsidiaries.
30 Second American History – 2
The United States of America (unincorporated) subcontracted with several subsidiary organizations to provide specific government services: the States of America (international land jurisdiction); (2) the United States of America (international sea jurisdiction); and (3) the United States (air jurisdiction).
The Constitution for the united States of America resulting from the Treaty of Paris 1778 (Spanish King) is the Original Equity Contract and National Constitution. This governs the delegated international land jurisdiction giving rise to the United States National Government.
The Constitution of the United States of America resulting from the Treaty of Paris 1783 (British King) is the original Territorial Constitution. This governs the delegated international sea jurisdiction giving rise to the Territorial United States Government.
“The Constitution of the United States” resulting from the Jay Treaty is the original Municipal Constitution. This governs delegated global air jurisdiction giving rise to the Municipal United States Government.
Take home messages:
- (1) the National Government, Territorial Government, and Municipal Government all function in international jurisdictions — land, sea, and air, respectively, and they all function as subsidiaries and subcontractors of The United States of America operating under delegated powers explicitly enumerated in each of their constitutions.
- (2) It is already easy to see how “United States” became a catch-all term and why it is necessary to define which “United States” and which “United States Government” and which “United States of America” we are talking about at any given time.
30 Second American History – 3
By 1791 all (3) three levels of federal government are present in addition to the nation-states governments: National (international land), Territorial (international sea), and Municipal (global air).
The Constitution for the united States of America creates the National Government which then defines the Territorial Government and the Municipal Government (Article I, Section 8, Clause 17).
There is a separate doing-business-name for each federal subsidiary: States of America (land), United States of America (sea), and the United States (air).
There are also four (4) styles of government present: the nation-states have a republican style government, the States are republics, the territories have a democracy, and the municipal government is a plenary oligarchy.
The States of America was an American organization administering our international land jurisdiction. The British-dominated United States of America and the Holy See’s United States organizations were limited to territorial and municipal functions.
Take home messages:
- (1) all three layers of federal government National, Territorial, and Municipal— are under contract to perform according to their respective constitutions.
- (2) All three function in either international or global jurisdiction(s) that are foreign with respect to the actual nation-states of this country.
- (3) The nation-states hold the soil jurisdiction of each state which underlies the land jurisdiction of the country as a whole.
- (4) The United States of America holds all international and global powers in trust for the nation-states, either to delegate under contract or to reserve as non-delegated powers. It is our National Trust.
30 Second American History – 4
All the powers that a government can have are limited to spheres of activity known as jurisdictions. These are described in terms of the location where they operate: soil, land, sea, air. Most recently, the domain of space has been added.
When we speak of “law of the land” we are talking about the law that applies to the land jurisdiction held by a national government, which is different than the law of the sea which is international in nature, or law of the air which is municipal and global. Jurisdictions can overlap like layers of a cake and the same subject matter can be claimed by more
than one jurisdiction, however, he/she/it must be operating in a recognizable capacity within that jurisdiction.
For example: Some American nationals go to work for the British Territorial United States (a federal subsidiary) and are required to adopt Dual Citizenship while employed as a federal civilian or military employee. Acting as Americans they are subject to the Law of the Land. Acting as Federal citizens they are subject to the Law of the Sea.
You can see how certain parties might have an interest in dragging you from one jurisdiction to another, in order to obligate and subject you to their laws (and taxes) instead of your own.
Take home messages:
- (1) you have to know who you are and in what capacity you are acting.
- (2) The federal subsidiaries have reasons for wanting you to act as a citizen and become subject to their laws.
- (3) Most of us are not federal citizens and need to defend against such cross-jurisdictional claims by declaring permanent domicile on the land and soil of our birth nation-state and recording it in the public record so that nobody can just presume that we are acting in the capacity of a federal citizen and voluntarily subjecting ourselves to their foreign jurisdictions, obligations, and laws.
30 Second American History – 5
When we talk about our relationship with our federal government service providers we talk in terms of service contracts known as constitutions and in terms of delegated and non-delegated powers.
The various constitutions, national, territorial, and municipal, set aside certain specific powers — all in international or global jurisdictions, to be exercised by our federal subsidiaries doing business as States of America, United States of America, and United States.
There are nineteen and only nineteen enumerated and delegated powers that these federal subsidiaries are hired to exercise for us. The 19th of these powers is the obligation stated in the Preamble of each constitution to honor and protect our rights.
Rights are material possessions. They include copyrights and patents as well as rights we exercise daily, such as the right of free speech.
Some powers are explicitly delegated to the federal service providers to exercise in our behalf, and other non-delegated powers are reserved by the nation-states and the people. See Amendment X.
Take home messages:
- (1) federal power is strictly limited.
- (2) The federal subsidiaries have only nineteen specific jobs to do.
- (3) If a power is not delegated in writing, it is reserved.
- (4) The nation-states and people reserve the right to reform, redefine, or restructure their government, including the federal government, at any time.
- (5) The living people have reserved all their natural rights whether those rights are enumerated in the Bill of Rights or not.
30 Second American History – 6
The United States of America delegates specific functions and powers to the subsidiary organizations doing business as States of America, United States of America, and United States. The United States of America (unincorporated) reserves all powers in international and global jurisdictions which are not explicitly delegated in writing.
As The United States of America (unincorporated) is the “sovereign instrumentality” of the actual states and people of this country, it is the Holder of all the delegated international and global powers owed to the nation-states and the people, who are the Holders in Due Course of all such powers in all jurisdictions.
Take home messages:
- (1) The United States of America is able to directly exercise the rights of the states and the people that are not delegated to the subsidiaries.
- (2) The union of nation-states doing business as The United States of America is able to enforce all three constitutions:
- (a) The Constitution for the united States of America (delegated land)
- (b) The Constitution of the United States of America (delegated sea),
- (c) The Constitution of the United States (delegated air).
- (3) If the delegated duties are not being performed they revert back to The United States of America.
- (4) If a federal subsidiary fails, its duties and delegated powers return to The United States of America, not some other business entity.
- (5) The exercise of delegated powers has to be assigned in writing: any change in services or service providers has to be memorialized via an Amendment to the existing constitution or ratification of a new constitution by the nation-states.
- (6) A constitution is a debt agreement in which one party provides services and another party agrees to pay for them.
30 Second American History – 7
The colonies were by definition agricultural communities. The people living in the colonies were tenants of the King living on his soil. They were obligated to pay taxes, tithes, fees, and rents for the privilege of working the soil as sharecroppers for the King.
(E)states are the next step up from colonial status; small estates can be owned by Freedmen as freeholds. Larger estates are owned by a landlord under an allodial title or land patent granted by a King.
Tenants, freemen, and landlords in a feudal system are all subjects of a King, and all are acting in a care-taking or grantee capacity with respect to the soil and its hereditaments. Wastelands were also granted as commonwealth assets belonging to a joint tenancy of paupers.
The Monarch holds the land and soil under Sovereign Letters Patent.
Our nation-states were created by people acting as Independent Sovereigns — meaning that they recognized no King, paid no rents, and possessed the soil as kings in their own right. They don’t owe it to anyone and are not indebted to anyone for its use.
Take home message:
- (1) Americans were doing something unusual by standing independent of the King.
- (2) Tenants (also known as residents), freedmen, and landlords, are all citizens and are all subjects of a King.
- (3) Commonwealths are granted to paupers who are both subjects and dependents of a King.
- (4) Under monarchy as under communism, the King acting as the State owns everything; private property doesn’t really exist.
- (5) Independent sovereigns possess the soil jurisdiction and hold their country in common as joint sovereigns but there is only one other time when this happened: after the death of William the Conqueror in 1087 A.D.
30 Second American History – 8
Soil is not the same as land. Soil is the physical dirt, rocks, and sand belonging to a place as part of its natural heritage; land is the description of soil in terms of political subdivisions. Soil is mapped in terms of its topography. Land is mapped in terms of political affiliation.
We will use Georgia of an example: Georgia is one of the nation-states that created The United States of America (unincorporated). Georgia is made of soil and it is populated by living people.
The original Georgia State was called the State of Georgia; it was organized under The Articles of Confederation (1781) and operated under The Constitution for the united States of America. “Georgia State” today operates under a Statehood Compact and is a land trust holding the international land jurisdiction owed to Georgia.
The soil (state republic jurisdiction) of Georgia belongs to the Georgians; the land (international land jurisdiction) is kept in trust by the Georgia State. This jurisdiction includes post offices and public lands. Georgia is a matrilineal republican nation-state, while Georgia State is a patrilineal republic.
Take home messages:
- (1) Georgia = The United States of America member state, created by declaration, defined as the physical estate and living people within Georgia’s geographic boundaries.
- (2) Georgia State = now is a foreign franchise organization created by Statehood Compact, controls international land jurisdiction in Georgia and is a Federal District State.
- (3) Georgia is a physical state complete with alligators and swamps.
- (4) Georgia State is a political fiction defined as a land trust, run as a lawful business entity that substitutes itself for the original State of Georgia that was operated under The Articles of Confederation (1781).
30 Second American History – 9
So, we have the two states, Georgia, holding the nation-state jurisdiction of the actual soil, and we have the Georgia State holding the international jurisdiction of the land.
Georgia is the only sovereign state present. Georgia State is at this time exercising Georgia’s international land jurisdiction without a constitutional delegation of power to do so. The United States of America established a contract with the States of America and the original State of Georgia under the The Constitution for the united States of America.
Red Flag: According to our contracts, States of America is supposed to be operating our National Government—- but isn’t.
Today’s State of Georgia is a territorial franchise of the British Territorial United States of America subsidiary operating under The Constitution of the United States of America.
STATE OF GEORGIA is a municipal franchise of the United States, originally a subsidiary run by the Holy Roman Empire operating under The Constitution of the United States.
Take home messages:
- (1) Georgia State, State of Georgia, and STATE OF GEORGIA are all federal states operated by federal subsidiaries under contract to The United States of America (unincorporated).
- (2) The federal states all operate in fictional business and political realms that are foreign with respect to the nation-states.
- (3) The union of nation-states doing business as The United States of America is fundamentally different in nature from the subsidiary unions of federal states and state-of-state franchises.
- (4) An unauthorized assumption of delegated power took place when the Georgia State usurped the duties of the original State of Georgia.
30 Second American History – 10
Nation-states are operated by County Jural Assemblies, which are composed of people of the land coming together in public meetings, setting up their jury pools, electing their public sheriffs, their justices of the peace, their clerks, their bailiffs, and their coroners in each county. These County Jural Assemblies send their elected deputies to
State Conventions to conduct the business of the nation-state. They elect Deputies to serve in the Continental Congress, when one is called to Assemble. The courts created by County Jural Assemblies are administered by Justices of the Peace, and operate under American Common Law established by Juries.
The Federal States, like Georgia State, are formed by County Jural Societies which are composed of civilian non-citizen United States Nationals. They follow the same basic process, except that the courts they create are administered by County Judges and operate under General Session Law. They elect State Representatives to represent them in the State Legislature and send Delegates to the United States Congress. Members are called constituents.
Take home messages:
- (1) the soil jurisdiction courts and counties are created by County Jural Assemblies.
- (2) The land jurisdiction courts and counties are created by County Jural Societies.
- (3) Assembly Courts act under Public Law, Society Courts act under Private Law.
- (4) Both the County Jural Assemblies and the County Jural Societies are owed The Law of Peace, United States Department of the Army Pamphlet 1-161-1.
- (5) None of the living people born in this country are naturally subject to Territorial or Municipal laws and become subject to these foreign federal law systems only by election.
- (6) Most of us have been elected without our knowledge or consent to act in the capacity of federal citizens.
Due to length of article, editor has split into multiple posts that are interlinked. Please continue on PART 2 on this series HERE.