by Anna von Reitz
The Treaty of Versailles, FDR, and Us — Not
Nothing Woodrow Wilson signed concerns us. He is very clearly signing for the incorporated British entity operating the British Territorial United States Government and acting as the “President” of a Territorial Corporation.
The only effect that that has or could ever have on us is via identity theft, entrapment, and other readily recognizable commercial crimes and breaches of trust, the evidence of which is readily at hand.
So, folks, all of those who have been running around like chickens with their heads off squawking about Wilson and the Treaty of Versailles! The Treaty of Versailles! — can stop now.
Each and every time you see a reference to “The Constitution of the United States of America” you know that it concerns the British Territorial United States and not us.
Each and every time you see a reference to “the” United States, you can be sure it concerns the Municipal United States Government and not us.
When you see the minutes of the Conference of Governors dated March 6, 1933, “pledging” the good faith and credit of “their states and the citizenry thereof” — you may be sure that they are referencing their Territorial States of States and the Territorial “citizenry” thereof.
You may be sure it has nothing whatsoever to do with us, and you may now better understand why they have contrived by every deceptive means of entrapment and falsification of records and adhesion contracts and identity theft to “mistakenly” redefine you as Territorial and Municipal “citizenry” instead of what you actually and rightfully are— American State Citizens, aka, United States Nationals.
Tell Karen Hudes that she is now facing the actual Priority Creditors and we are not pleased.