By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
Something happened this July that got no mention in the Mainstream Media. Something awesome. Something meaningful. President Trump signed onto The Declaration of Independence.
Now, that probably struck a lot of people as a symbolic gesture, a bit of politicized popular “fluff” akin to all the other red, white, and blue bunting that festoons our nation every July. But remember, President Trump’s office as The President of the United States of America, exists in International Jurisdiction.
And what do we know about International Jurisdiction? First, it is populated entirely by “Persons” — either “Lawful Persons” known as “People”, or “Legal Persons” —- that is, those who act as elected or appointed officials and officers of corporations, employees of corporations, or dependents thereof, which can include the whole gamut of S-Corps, C-Corps, B-Corps, Statutory Trusts, Foundations, Cooperatives, LLC’s, Public Utilities, and so on.
Secondly, International Jurisdiction is split between land and sea.
Lawful Persons known as People populate the International Land Jurisdiction.
Legal Persons inhabit the International Sea Jurisdiction.
The two kinds of “person” operate under different laws.
So, third, lawful People operate under the “Law of the Land” — think of the Constitutions — while legal Persons operate under the “Law of the Sea”.
And fourth, lawful People can “cross the bar” and operate as legal Persons; while some legal Persons can cross back over the bar and operate as lawful People again.
Think of a Lawful Person, an American who is serving as one of the People of their State, getting on a Trans-Atlantic steamer and being out on the High Seas. While they are on the High Seas, they are under the Law of the Sea, not the Law of the Land. When they arrive in France ten days later, they are now back on land and expected to obey the land law of France.
So what does our American Tourist have to do with President Trump signing onto The Declaration of Independence?
As CEO of one of the largest corporations on Earth, Donald Trump spends his days and nights on the figurative High Seas, subject to the Law of the Sea; but, in honor of the Fourth of July, he came ashore and added his “Donald Trump” to a copy of The Declaration of Independence He contractually bound himself to it — with his life, his fortune, and his sacred honor.
No other President since the Founding Fathers has done this. Take note.