By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
Some people don’t like the analogy of our actual government “of the people, for the people, and by the people” being an extended family. They don’t want to be related to the poor, the sick, the old, the unfashionable, unknown, unwashed masses.
I don’t have a problem with taking a stand with all the Walmart Shoppers, despite the unfounded accusation that I am a “royal” and an “elitist”.
If I were a royal or an elitist, I would sit back in a nice comfy chair and let the world go to Hell like the rest of the “royals” did. I certainly would not dare to beard the Pope in his lair and sue him for Breach of Trust, because my world and my “monarchy” would depend on the Pope’s good graces.
I would not thereafter spend seven years of my life giving Due Process to the Pope’s employees and nearly thirty years exposing fraud, unlawful conversion, and personation crimes being practiced against Americans.
I would not bother to learn law and history and spend untold thousands of hours tracking down rare books and going cross-eyed reading documents hand-written in French two centuries ago.
Come to think about it, this is not what an “average” Mother with a family to support would do, so maybe I am a bit different, afterall.
Still, there is absolutely no doubt that I am an American and my parents were Americans before me, and on both sides of my family, I have ancestors who were here before the Revolution.
I care about this country and its government and its people precisely because we aren’t homogeneous. We aren’t a monarchy. We aren’t tied to the filthy cesspool of European politics and “law”.