By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake, Alaska
I am getting a lot of Newbie-Push-Back of the aforementioned kind — people who are just now waking up and who are distressed and confused enough already, being offended by the idea that they are not Americans.
Well, they should be upset. I know I was hopping mad, maybe beyond hopping mad when I found out that I’d been listed as a British Territorial Citizen and as a Municipal citizen of the United States, that is, just about everything and anything but what I am.
Instead of being recognized as Americans, we’ve been registered as Dual Federal Citizens, instead.
Say what? I explain it….. say what?
It takes a while to sink in and then, the anger and incredulity starts.
How could anyone mistake me for anything but an American? I was born here, went to school here….. but, the fact is, that most of us have been misidentified throughout our lives as a result of Unconscionable Citizenship Contracts established “for” us while we were still babes in our cradles.
We never knew that we were identified as Federal Citizens. Most of us never knew (and we weren’t taught) what a federal citizen is. We were too young to pick up on anything about that, and our parents weren’t given any disclosure, so they couldn’t tell us, either.
Pop Quiz: What’s the one contract you can’t break?
Answer: The one you don’t know exists.
That’s why it comes as a great, and for many Americans, unpleasant surprise, to learn that they have spent most of their lives as a presumed loyal Subject of Queen Elizabeth II.
It’s okay for the Tories, but for the rest of us, it’s like living your life as a dog, and then finding out that so far as the rest of the world knows, you’re a cat.
Of course, it’s disorienting.
But always remember— there are people who really are Dual Federal Citizens, and there’s no point in being offended because you are not. Consider it a Big Mistake made a long time ago, and correct it.
Declare your choice to be recognized as an American, and join your State Assembly. Go to: www.TheAmericanStatesAssembly.net