by Anna von Reitz
“Benefit” is a Dirty Word
This is what happens: the “Federal” corporations providing us with “essential government services” spin-off some new program or offer to contract addressed to their employees. But it isn’t explained that this new whiz-bang is for their employees.
They make it look like it applies to everyone and that it is a good deal for everyone —- when it is never a good deal for Americans and may not be a good deal for their employees, either.
These programs and policies are often imposed under color of law, making it look like it is a requirement of “the government” in general to join or pay or participate in something, for example, Selective Service, when in fact it is a “private requirement” or “policy” of a foreign governmental services corporation being imposed upon its employees and dependents.
For another example, Social Security.
If you go back and read the legislative history and the newspaper articles and discussions presented by Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the time that Social Security was introduced, you would never pick up on the fact that this program was limited to Federal Employees (Civil Service) and their Dependents.
You’d hear a great deal about preparing for our old age and being responsible for our own care, etc., but nary a word about the fact that this program was for Federal Civil Service Employees and that for Joe Average American it was: (1) not required; and (2) involved very substantial losses, including the presumed loss of our birthright political status.
In point of law and fact, Social Security was limited to Federal Employees and was introduced as a Federal Pension Program, however, it contained some tricky legal language that let federal welfare benefit seekers and federal political asylum seekers sign up and participate in the program, too.
All these people — federal welfare recipients and federal political asylum seekers and Federal Civil Service Employees are “citizens of the United States” [Municipal Government] by definition.
There isn’t supposed to be an American in the whole dog pile.
Yet millions of innocent Americans who never sought welfare, never needed political asylum, and who were under no obligation to participate in Social Security at all, were entrapped and given false information to the effect that they “had to” enroll in Social Security and “had to” have a Social Security Number to get a job in this country.
Any requirement to apply for or have a Social Security Number is, in fact, only for those seeking Military or Federal Civil Service jobs or, alternatively, Federal welfare benefits—a fact that was not disclosed to millions of Americans— a non-disclosure which counts as one of the biggest “Sins by Omission” ever in recorded history.
As we enrolled in this miasma of foreign corporate deceit and got sucked into paying 7.5 percent of our lifetime earnings (an amount matched by our equally imposed-upon private employers) we also unwittingly provided the crooks with an excuse to “presume” that we were knowingly adopting Municipal United States citizenship, and that we were seeking Federal Welfare Benefits.
In other words, unknown and undisclosed to us, “applying for” a Social Security account changed our “presumed” political status and subjected us to many, many obligations that accrue to Federal Employees, Federal Welfare Recipients, and Federal Asylum Seekers—- without our knowledge or consent.
This is just one example of the process of entrapment and non-disclosure and “attachment” via adhesion contracts that has resulted in Americans being suborned and presumed against and fleeced “as if” they were Federal citizens, when they are not naturally Federal citizens, and not knowingly needing or seeking any such political status, either.
The current flap over Phil Hudok’s Arbitration Award and Peace Treaty 2020 is a similar obfuscation.
If you are in fact a Federal citizen, you are already a subject of the Queen and the Pope and you land assets, if you have any, are already held in trust. So it doesn’t further hurt you to admit to being a “natural person” and it doesn’t matter if you accept a Municipal “title” to your land.
Also, if you are a Federal citizen, you might want to establish a Peace Treaty 2020, because Federal citizens actually fought the Civil War and the Civil War was never officially ended and that has caused trouble and legal mischief for 150 years.
The problem comes when average Americans get caught in the middle and unwittingly sign up for “Arbitration Awards” meant for Federal citizens— and thereby allow the “presumption” again, that they are freely and voluntarily and knowingly adopting Federal citizenship and its obligations—and giving up all the advantages and guarantees and freedoms and assets owed to Americans, including their Constitutional guarantees and property rights.
Put bluntly— what stands as a “benefit” to a Federal Employee often stands as a terrible loss for an American.
Federal Civil Rights protections, for example, may be a great leap forward for Federal citizens who had no rights at all prior to the adoption of these measures; but Federal Civil Rights are no match for, nor rational replacement for, the Natural and Unalienable Rights owed to American State Citizens.
If you are an average American, you have never been directly employed by the federal government — except perhaps for a stint in the military, and you have no actual reason to adopt Federal citizenship, which is a decidedly disadvantageous political status compared to your birthright political status as an American State National or American State Citizen.
Even those who have served in the Federal Civil Service would be shocked to learn that “US” citizenship involves such very serious losses of material rights and the acceptance of so many disadvantageous obligations— so much so that most people who had other options would avoid such employment and such obligations and would joyously set aside Federal citizenship at the earliest opportunity.
The Second Class nature of Federal citizenship has been kept a secret from most Americans, who would be naturally offended to know that others living on our shores were being, comparatively, mistreated by these foreign government organizations operated ultimately by the British Monarchs and the Popes.
The fact remains that Federal Citizenship of both kinds — British Territorial United States Citizenship and Municipal “citizenship of the United States” — involve foreign political statuses and very substantial loss of rights and property interests owed to Americans.
If you are in fact an American and not a Federal Employee or Dependent, which includes American Retirees from Federal Employment, both Military and Civil Service, you are free to come home and receive back your original political status — including your property rights and your constitutional guarantees.
Unfortunately, thanks to the above-described improper practices engaged in by our foreign subcontractors— seeking to claim Americans and American property for the benefit of foreign interests— we must all be ever-vigilant and knowledgeable about our political status and not get drawn into any federal program applications and intrigues that can serve as a means to deprive us of the property and rights owed to us as Americans.