By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
Territorial U.S. Citizens and citizens of the United States
Our foreign Federal Subcontractors are Dual Citizens, and since 1937, they are presumed to be both Territorial U.S. Citizens and Municipal citizens of the United States. In no case are they presumed to be American State Nationals. They, like everyone else, must make a conscious choice to declare their birthright political status as American State Nationals and choose to reclaim their constitutional guarantees—- or they have none.
You will be told, by employees of the various incorporated State of State and Federal Agencies, that no such thing as an “American State National” exists.
It’s correct to say that, for the most part, this political status does not exist in their system of things. It exists in our system.
They do, in fact, admit that the American National status exists in their system, but only in regard to the people of American Samoa, who retained their American political status in addition to adopting U.S. Citizenship. See 8 USC 1101 (A) 21.
Our government and system of laws is foreign to them, and they are foreign with respect to us. That’s why they refer to Americans as “non-resident Aliens”.
From our perspective, when they come ashore on our land and soil, and enter our States of the Union, like Illinois and Alabama, they are “inhabitants” of our jurisdiction, and they are subject to the “Law of the Land”, which includes our Public Laws and our Land Patents and the applicable Constitution, which stipulates our guarantees and their limitations.
We “populate” the land and soil of this country. They “inhabit” it with us, for the express purpose of providing us with “essential government services”. See Article IV of both The Constitution of the United States of America and The Constitution of the United States.
From the Territorial Government’s perspective, when we enter their watery jurisdiction, we are wards of the British Monarch, who is obligated to act as our Trustee on the High Seas and Navigable Inland Waterways. While in their jurisdiction, from their perspective, we are “residents” —- as in, “temporary sojourners” or “temporary inhabitants” of their States of States, like the State of Illinois and the State of New York.
As this demonstrates, whether you are an inhabitant in their jurisdiction, or they are an inhabitant in your jurisdiction, depends on both your physical location and the jurisdiction of the law that you are choosing to stand under.
We must make the clear choice between living in Vermont versus taking up residency in the State of Vermont.
People who live in a State of the Union, like Alabama, have distinct advantages over Persons who choose to “reside” in the State of Alabama. For one, they have and can enforce their constitutional guarantees. For another, they can actually own land and soil in their State of the Union.
Municipal citizens of the United States are slaves, so it is self-evident that no American in their right mind would knowingly, willingly, and voluntarily enter into such a political status without being in extreme duress.
Nonetheless, our two erstwhile Federal Subcontractors have conspired to evade their Constitutional obligations and to mischaracterize us as both U.S. Citizens and citizens of the United States, when in fact, we are neither.
They have “conferred” these foreign political statuses upon us by a process of Legal Presumption and deliberate falsification of documents resulting in registration of our names as property belonging to the British Crown and the issuance of both Territorial and Municipal “birth certificates”.
Birth certificates are bank clearinghouse certificates issued upon chattel property standing as collateral for loans — slaves, in other words. The issuance of such certificates began with Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s First Inaugural Address in which he cryptically announced that the Municipal citizenry was being sold into slavery to the banks for the purpose of collateralizing loans to the Municipal Government.
None of this has anything to do with us. We have been Third Party By-standers and the Employers of these monsters throughout, but they have nonetheless “seized upon” us under False Pretenses and claimed that we are Municipal citizens of the United States for their mutual graft and benefit at our expense.
Getting the fact that we are individually and collectively not Dual Citizens and not part of their foreign government(s) through their self-interested heads takes knowledge, courage, and determination.
The best way to deal with this is to be aware of the verbiage involved, to clearly say that you are an American and not a Territorial Citizen and not a Municipal citizen of the United States, either one. You are an independent Third Party, and a “non-resident Alien” with respect to both. You are in fact their long-lost Employer, returned “from over the seas”, a Lawful Person owed Good Faith Service and all constitutional guarantees.
When employees of either brand of Federal organization address you and it does not have to do with issues delegated to them under the Constitutions, and most especially, has nothing to do with the interstate manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol, tobacco, or firearms, they are trespassing against you and your lawful jurisdiction on the land and soil of this country.
They should be educated and rebuked and sent on their way.
On the other hand, if you enter their jurisdiction and threaten them in the course of doing their duties, you will be transgressing against them— and the penalties for doing so are severe.
As a Coordinator, you must do your level best to know the verbiage, to know the various political statuses in play, and to develop the ability to recognize them in real life.
Most Territorial U.S. Citizens are in the military, are military dependents, or are retired military who — knowingly or unknowingly, are presumed to still be in Territorial jurisdiction until they provide their Branch of Service commanders with Notice that they have returned home to their birthright political status.
Most Municipal citizens of the United States are in the Federal Civil Service as employees of Departments and Agencies, their dependents, and recipients of unearned Federal Welfare Benefits.
Americans working or being in these capacities can also “return home” and reclaim their birthright political status as American State Nationals as one of their Dual Citizenships. This secures their constitutional guarantees even while in Federal Service. Once they retire, quit, or accept their unearned benefits as gifts, they are free to return the rest of the way home.
Having learned the difference between Americans and the two kinds of Federal citizenry employed on our shores will help you to discern other issues of status, standing, rights, limitations, and law.