Daily Archives: January 1, 2019

Bearing Public Office

   Judge Anna von Reitz It’s true that the actual original Federal Constitution has been moth-balled since 1860. It could not be otherwise, because the Confederation of States of States that was commissioned to exercise the delegated Federal Authority was … Continue reading

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Ordo ab Chao

   Judge Anna von Reitz A few days ago I reported that Queen Elizabeth II is stepping down from her perch as leader of the infamous “Committee of 300”. The Committee of 300 was formed to oversee the wealth resulting … Continue reading

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2019 Awakening

   Judge Anna von Reitz Another earthquake aftershock sent me bolting from my bed bright and early this New Year’s Day. This, after a 5.0 tremble last evening, that we received from another quake –and a separate fault system— centered … Continue reading

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1/1/2019 | Pres. Donald J. Trump tweets

Donald J. Trump ‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE, INCLUDING THE HATERS AND THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA! 2019 WILL BE A FANTASTIC YEAR FOR THOSE NOT SUFFERING FROM TRUMP DERANGEMENT SYNDROME. JUST CALM DOWN AND ENJOY THE RIDE, GREAT THINGS … Continue reading

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A Question For You

   Judge Anna von Reitz I get asked questions about all sorts of things all year long, everything from, “Where’s the ketchup?” to “Why is soap slippery?” and “What can women do about leaky bladder syndrome?” and “Why is the … Continue reading

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Blue Beam, Green Beam, and now, White Beam

   Judge Anna von Reitz The “Blue Beam” revelation came from Canada, which has long been used by European King Rats to mis-administer our property. There is a logic and history to this misuse of Canadian sovereignty by the Governor … Continue reading

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Clinton Indictment

   Judge Anna von Reitz The only Clinton Indictment I have seen is a Common Law Indictment. The only place that the Federales have left where such an indictment can be served is the Federal Postal District Court — and … Continue reading

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