Judge Anna von Reitz
What happened is that “The United States of America, Incorporated” was preparing to go bankrupt circa 1907, and using our money as investment capital, they bought the land mass of the Philippine Islands from Spain. We have all the paperwork on that. So, then, the U.S. Army which was made responsible for the safe-keeping of our money as of 1863, began preparing a place to stash gold that should have been in Fort Knox in the Philippines — bear in mind that this is all gold belonging to the American States and People.
They were hiding it to keep Secondary Creditors of the bankrupt Scottish corporation dba “The United States of America, Inc.” (wink, wink) from trying to seize upon it, which is good, but since this was all very secret and hush-hush for obvious reasons, it also meant that fewer and fewer people knew what happened to our gold and that also meant that the temptations for fraud and theft proliferated.
One of the first acts of the 73rd Congress in 1934 was to establish a “totally independent government” for the Philippines. They did that so that the Philippine Government (which they still de facto controlled because of the land ownership already in place) could act as Trustee over our gold reserves stored over there and our gold would again be protected from claims from Secondary Creditors of the bankrupt Roman Catholic Delaware corporation doing business as “the” United States of America, Inc.
Everything that has happened since, the Japanese discovery and looting of the horde in WWII, the role of the Marcos regime—all that involvement of the Philippines in monitoring and holding and guarding our gold stems directly from the fact that “we” bought the land mass of the Philippines from Spain and the U.S. Army used locations in the Philippines to store our gold.
So, yes, we know that the American States’ gold is cashiered in the Philippines and has been for over a hundred years. And yes, it is provably ours.
As for it supposed to be used for “philanthropic” purposes, nobody with authority to decide that has ever weighed in on the matter. The U.S. Army can’t do it without our consent and the Government of the Philippines can’t either, because they are merely trustees and we did not appoint any Committee of 300, any Tri-Lateral Commission, or any Bilderbergers to mess with it, either.
The gold needs to be returned to The United States of America [Unincorporated] first and foremost for the needs of the States and People to underwrite our own gold-backed currency and to pay off any actual debts that we may owe. After that, we can talk about philanthropic purposes for our own people and the rest of the world.
Americans are generous and practical people. We want to see everyone safe, fat, and happy— or as the Bible put it, each with their own vineyard and fig tree and abundant peace. Now that the odious Doctrines of Destiny, Discovery, and Scarcity have been overturned and the Saturnine Brotherhood has been removed from power, there is really no reason that we can’t all have abundance and peace.
That is certainly what I wish for and what all right-thinking people want. Please let our friends in the Philippines know that the actual, factual American Government is still alive and kicking, a bit battered around the ears and kept in the dark by those who owed us better service, but still here, still functioning, still populating this country and still standing as sovereign States of the Union Federation.
We would very much like to meet with them and sort this whole Mess out at the earliest opportunity, because it just delays things and makes everything more difficult when the actual Powerholders are not at the table. Thank you for helping to get this message out.