“Elected” or “Voted In”?
There is a great deal of confusion about the various election processes that are ongoing — who is being elected to what office and with what authority and by whom — these are the questions that have to be asked and answered.
First, there is the Great Divide between Public Elections and Private Elections, or as I describe them, Unincorporated Elections and Corporation Elections.
The more proper way of describing what happens in a corporation’s shareholder “elections” is that the candidates filling corporate offices are “voted in” —- not actually elected at all.
This is another one of those semantic deceits and confusions that result from the use of legalese in common parlance.
When you elect someone to Public Office they have serious responsibilities and owe their service to the Public Good. That’s why we say that they are doing their Public Duty when they accept such an office and make oaths (sea jurisdiction) or affirmations (land jurisdiction) consciously accepting those responsibilities.
But when you, acting as a shareholder, vote someone into a private office in a corporation, you are not actually electing them — you are “voting them into office” and they don’t owe any particular debt to the Public Good. All they are responsible for is making profit and performing contractual obligations in exchange for a paycheck.
As you can now see, these are profoundly different kinds of “elections” and they result in people holding profoundly different kinds of “offices”. Moreover, those who are taking part in these various electoral processes are acting in different capacities.
The people who elect members of their own body politic to Public Office are acting in a different capacity than those who are acting as persons and voting in private corporation elections as shareholders.
Sadly, public elections for Public Office have become very rare in this country— so rare in fact that the appearance of an actual Public Officer is a shock and requires explanation.
This is because we have been mistaken and misled into thinking that the private corporation elections — both Municipal and Territorial — that spasmodically impact our country are public elections when they are not, and haven’t been for many decades.
I have observed to you all that our government “of, for, and by” the people of this country is not always in Session.
I have also observed to you that we have been misidentified as foreigners in our own country by falsely registering us as British Territorial United States Citizens soon after we are born, so that we are unable to act as people and conduct actual public elections or hold actual public offices as adults until we rebut these “Legal Presumptions”.
Thankfully, we have overturned these Legal Presumptions and are well on our way to repopulating this entire country and are holding actual Public Elections to fill actual Public Offices again.
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Our process for doing this has nothing to do with political parties.
Everything that you see going on in the world of “Republicans” and “Democrats” is foreign to us and always has been.
These are “elections” of corporate officers working for the foreign Federal Subcontractors and their “federated” State of State franchises and Municipal franchise operations.
These corporate elections are carried out by the shareholders and employees of these corporations and they result in electing new CEO’s — Presidents, Governors, and Mayors — of private corporations that are acting in a “custodial capacity” with respect to our assets.
Read that — they aren’t our Presidents, Governors, or Mayors.
They are occupying private corporate offices that have been given similar names for purposes of fraud and deceit.
They are our Subcontractors, but they are not occupying our Public Offices. They can’t occupy our offices, because our offices require us to act as people not “persons”, while their offices require the exact opposite. They have to act as “persons”, not people.
So they can’t occupy our Public Offices because they are acting as Legal Persons and as Shareholders of these private, foreign, for-profit governmental services corporations dba “the” United States, Incorporated, and “the” United States of America, Incorporated —- but they can sure gum things up and confuse everyone involved.
Recently, a question surfaced as to authorities possessed by County Sheriffs versus authority possessed by Governors of States of States and Mayors of Municipalities, since they are all elected officials?
Who elected them? People? Or Persons? Or PERSONS?
That tells you the source of their authority and the nature of their office.
If Americans acting as the People of this country elected them, they have authority and they have Public Office and they have responsibility to match that authority. A County Assembly Sheriff duly elected by Americans acting in their birthright capacity is the highest Peacekeeping Official in the country — within the boundaries of their county.
A “Sheriff” or “Governor” or “Mayor” elected by our employees as an elected official within their corporation’s structure has the same kind of limited authority that a Floor Walker, Board Member, or Store Manager has when employed by Walmart, Inc., or Ben and Jerry’s, Inc.
Their edicts, mandates, codes, regulations, and statutes may serve “as law” for their actual employees and dependents, but they have no actual authority related to the Public-at-Large.
This is why a simple Sheriff properly elected to his Public Office, for example, as Macon County Sheriff by Georgians who have affirmed their birthright political status has far more power and authority than the Governor of the State of Georgia who is elected by shareholders of the State of Georgia, Inc.
This is also why Americans who have taken up the mantle of self-governance and who act, for example, as Georgians, don’t vote in the foreign political party elections.
That would be like the Lord of the Manor getting involved in a squabble among his domestic staff over who gets to act as Chief Cook.
If it is an election process to determine who acts as Chief Cook (or President) it’s being allowed by the Lord of the Manor– who at any moment retains the right to hire, fire, and organize the personnel on his payroll as he sees fit, regardless of their druthers. So why would he sign up and vote in their in-house domestic “elections”?
He wouldn’t. And neither do we.
State Nationals who maintain Dual Federal Citizenship for any reason can certainly participate in the private shareholder elections of the federal service corporations and should do so — and should vote wisely and in favor of what is best for America.
The rest of us are engaged in the actual Public Election process which results in people holding actual Public Office, and doing their actual Public Duty.
Please notice that just as a “Sheriff” may not be holding Public Office and may not have the authority of Public Office, not all “Assemblies” are equal.
Driving home last night I saw a campaign sign for someone running for an Assembly Seat in “District 4”.
Whenever you see references to “Voting Districts” or “Districts” in general, you are dealing with what? The District (of Columbia) Government —- the British Territorial Government.
This is a “district assembly” of the U.S. Citizens living in your State —- but it is not the State Assembly that you are owed and are heir to as an American.
You and your government and your Assembly have been unlawfully converted and/or depopulated with malice aforethought by your usurping British and Papist Subcontractors.
It’s up to you to see through the deceits and word games and come home to populate your own country and your own natural jurisdiction on the land and soil.
It’s also your responsibility to do your Public Duty and to educate your “house staff” regarding the authorities, roles, and Public Laws involved. Most especially, it is your responsibility to teach your public employees where their authority begins and ends, as spelled out in the Constitutions.
Nobody else can do it for you.