By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
In the melee of waking up we are seeing a lot of Patriot Pundits springing up, having discovered one or another piece of the puzzle, and they then go running off at the mouth, convinced that they have the answers, when they are just chasing another round through well-known rabbit holes.
The Act of 1871 (that was repealed in 1874) is one such Red Herring.
In fact, it doesn’t matter and it’s none of our business how our Subcontractors organize their own internal business affairs. If they want to operate as a sole proprietorship or as an incorporated S Corp or LLC, we could care less — so long as they are not committing constructive fraud or evading their duties under their Constitution.
As I said yesterday, the problem isn’t that they chose to form incorporated business structures. The problem is what they did with those structures, how they deceptively named those structures, how they used those structures to promote credit fraud, bankruptcy fraud, and other crimes. That’s the rub.
A similar misunderstanding arises from the Titles of Nobility Amendment (TONA) which was ratified and added to the American Federal Constitution in 1819. That Constitution, which was designed to organize and define the duties of the States of America organization (also known as the Federal Republic) is called The Constitution for the united States of America.
The only Constitutions we commonly see today are: (1) The Constitution of the United States of America and (2) The Constitution of the United States.
This is because the States of America organization which ran the American portion of the Federal Government stopped functioning during the Civil War, and was never reconstructed afterward. The Constitution for the united States of America was therefore no longer in use, and the Titles of Nobility Amendment was no longer seen to be part of this separate constitution.
Knowing that TONA was ratified, and observing that it is not part of the Constitutions that are in use today, patriots have jumped to the conclusion that the Titles of Nobility Amendment was removed— but this is not the case.
TONA was never part of either The Constitution of the United States of America nor The Constitution of the United States. It was and is part of a completely separate document — The Constitution for the united States of America. It pertains to a separate, different, and American-run Subcontractor that has been “pending” reconstruction since 1865.
We already know this, so please, don’t waste time or energy chasing false leads and red herrings.
Spend your energy and time restoring and reconstructing the government you are actually owed, beginning with the reconstruction of our Confederation, and following with the reconstruction of the States of America organization which is supposed to be acting as our Federal Services Subcontractor under the direction of the Confederation and according to The Constitution for the united States of America.
Please note that the Confederation was responsible for running the States of America (also known as the Federal Republic) under The Constitution for the united States of America, so the Confederation must be restored first.
To restore the Confederation requires action by the Federation of States.
So the actual States of the Union must be brought into Session and each such State must create its own State-of-State organization, which will then become a member of the Confederation.
And the Confederation thus repopulated will resume the operations of the States of America under the original American Federal Constitution known as The Constitution for the united States of America.
We have thoroughly researched this. We know how it works, why it works, and how it used to work. We know that the Union created the Federation and the Federation created the Confederation and the Confederation created the Federal Republic. Water flows downhill.
So we also know that in order to reconstruct the Federal Republic and to operate our fully functional and restored government requires bringing the actual State Assemblies into Session and requires individual action by the State Assemblies— and there is no way around it. No short-cuts available.
Fortunately, lawful Assemblies of properly declared Americans have been assembled in each State, and those States formed during the Civil War and in the years afterward, have been formally Enrolled as States of the Union, so all fifty (50) States are now present, accounted for, and on equal footing.
Go to: www.TheAmericanStatesAssembly.net to find out more.