Important Addendum About the 1937 Declaration of Interdependence

By Judge Anna von Reitz | Big Lake Alaska

This is additional information you all need to know and share widely with those who are receiving copies of The Declaration of Interdependence of the Governments in The United States

The official confirmation that this actually happened and was presented and adopted and is not, as some have claimed, spurious — take note of the official provenance. 

In your State Capitol Library on Microfiche, you will find “The Book of the States”.

The first “book” in this series was published in 1935, and additional books have been published every two years ever since — sometimes one volume, sometimes two volumes. 

In the 1937 volume — that is Book Two in “The Book of the States” series, you will find that Senator Toll was the one who presented The Declaration of Interdependence of the Governments in The United States for signing. 

This same Book of the States is a deep mine full of evidence and tidbits and insights into exactly what has gone on behind the scenes in this country since 1935— which in addition sheds more light on what happened in 1933 and 1934 under the auspices of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Administration. 

Every American needs to become aware of the dangerous and self-interested nature of the foreign commercial corporations and Corporatist Interests which have been looting this country ever since.  

It is painfully clear that in addition to foreign governments acting in Gross Breach of Trust and in violation of their Commercial Service Contracts, there have been traitorous Americans involved —- including many of those that we popularly recognize as Captains of Industry in the Nineteenth Century. 

Names like Rockefeller, Hearst, Gould, Carnegie, Vanderbilt, Winchester, Westinghouse, Bell, Reynolds, Astor, Freeman, Collins, Russell, Dupont, Dunn, Kennedy, Ford, Harriman, St.Claire, Huntington, Remington, Stanford, Crocker, Hopkins, Edison, Bundy, Brookfield, Franklin, Monroe, Wright, Goldberg, Hunt, Hughes, and many more prominent American families in one way or another, became entangled in the international web, either willingly or under coercive pressure of the banks. 

Many of these men — and women — felt that government of, for, and by the people was an unworkable monstrosity standing in the way of their profit-making agendas. 

As the people of this country pushed back and sought to curb the insatiable power grabbing of the corporations that these same people were subsidizing and providing with bankruptcy protection, the Industrialists hatched plans to undermine our government with the help and cooperation of British and other European Interests — Rhodes, Darwin, Pirbright, Nobel, Warburg, Farben, Kunst, Clark, Kenworth, Churchill, Downing, Van Nuys, Rothschild, and so on.  

It’s all documented and it was all orchestrated and enabled by the U.S. Supreme Court via a series of famous cases collectively known as the Insular Tariff Cases, which allowed the semantic deceits and misrepresentations and revenue generating ploys that played such an important part in the subsequent history of the 1920’s and 30’s. As Chief Justice Harlan noted in his dissenting opinions, the end result of these decisions did lead to “mischief”. 

The majority of these cases were brought in tandem with new Congressional actions aimed at censoring, limiting, and reining in burgeoning corporate power and the increasingly sleazy relationship of military contractors using lobbyists to disproportionately influence the remaining Congressional delegations. 

There is a clear cause and effect between the Elkins Act in 1903, the Hepburn Act of 1906, and the Mann-Elkins Act of 1910 and what happened on Jekyll Island in 1913.  Both the Industrialists and certain factions within the U.S. Military felt threatened and they responded by undermining the American Silver Dollar and both the gold and silver standards; by doing this, they could eventually erode the world commodity standards and gain a free avenue to “capture” and control the supply and prices of commodities worldwide — without the pesky bother of anti-monopoly, anti-trust, and anti-commodity rigging laws. 

At the end of the day, absolutely all this misery has been caused by 19th Century Industrialists and bankers plotting to “corner the market” on all commodities, and most especially, the money commodities. 

The results are written on the walls of our subway stations and whispered in the halls of Congress.  Anyone participating in any political party or any political party system is part of the problem. Anyone blindly praising the complicit military is also part of the problem. 

123 million lives have been lost and countless others maimed, truncated, and ruined because of these petty men senselessly chasing profit for themselves and cherishing ranks above honor. 

It’s time for this “system” constructed as a maze around humanity to end, and truly end—- not simply be commandeered and co-opted again.  

As the song goes, “meet the New Boss, same as the Old Boss” — and that must not be allowed to happen again. For the sake of all humanity, we cannot allow ourselves to be fooled again.  

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