Judge Anna von Reitz
As people wake up they are disoriented like Rip Van Winkle.
Their idea of where they are and what is going on is rooted in the distant past. Of course, they are confused.
And when they get the drift of what has gone on here, they are apt to either be in denial — oh, no, that couldn’t be true! — or to feel very, very angry and betrayed. Or both.
Often, they lash out at modern-day politicians. Some even lash out at me, as if I caused the problem or am suspect because I woke up and took action before they did.
I wish we had some instant fix handy in our hip pockets.
Thanks to the work of researchers—and, ironically, politicians who weighed in over the better part of a hundred years, we know for sure what happened here in America.
For sure. We know how we got here.
We are not confused about who we are.
As each new wave of people wakes up, be prepared to embrace them — warts, anger, confusion, mistrust, and all. Be kind. Be patient. Take them step-by-step through the history and the logic.
Assure them that although many questions remain, we do know the actual history. We know the motives. We know the who, what, when, where, why, and how of the crimes committed against us.
Assure them that we do have a basic and reliable blueprint for correcting the falsified public records, one American at a time. (See Article 928, www.annavonreitz.com)
And we have a road map for going forward. We know how our government is supposed to be organized and by whom.
A good portion of the heavy lifting has already been done.