From Judge Anna von Reitz, of Big Lake, Alaska
As of June the 25th in the year 2022, we are closing the books on all historical wars and mercenary conflicts from 1860 to the present. All suppositions of war and emergency which have depended on deliberately encumbered or impossible or incomplete peace processes are declared ended as of midnight 25 June 2022 by universal acquiescence. Examples include but are not limited to:
The American Civil War — an illegal mercenary conflict, last shot fired in 1866.
The First World War — another mercenary conflict, incomplete peace process, 1918.
The Second World War — another mercenary conflict, incomplete peace process, 1945.
The Korean War — another mercenary conflict, incomplete peace process, 1955.
The Vietnam War — another mercenary conflict, incomplete peace process, 1973.
The Cold War — another mercenary conflict, incomplete peace process, 1989.
The Iraq Wars I and II — more mercenary conflicts, incomplete peace process, 1992.
No more charges can be brought in connection to these long-dead wars and mercenary conflicts. This includes charges related to the costs of occupying foreign countries, charges against individuals being identified as “Enemy Combatants” in wars that have in fact ended, charges for war reparations, and charges for physical damages incurred except in the case of individual veteran’s insurance, health care services and benefits guaranteed to veterans and their families/survivors which shall be continued for the lifetime of the veteran and their spouse, and extended to their children for as long as applicable within the given program guidelines.
This is not an effort to cheat anyone or any nation out of assistance or care needed to overcome the trauma of war and mercenary conflict. This is, instead, an effort to bring long-overdue closure to these conflicts and to end institutionalized, perpetual “states of war” that do nothing but promote more war and which open up opportunities for political coercion and economic predation that would otherwise not exist.
We, the Government of The United States of America, operating in International Jurisdiction as an unincorporated Agent of our sovereign States of the Union, have taken these actions for the reasons stated herein and to better serve the interests of peace and prosperity which our people and all people deserve.
The International Jurisdiction can and must stand against commercial fraud and predatory corporate interests which have sought to benefit themselves at the expense of all mankind.
This is the Third and Final Notice to all nations and governments and to the High Courts: anyone having any just cause to object to this action is urged to contact us immediately and postmark their concerns no later than midnight June the 25th of this year, 2022.
Otherwise, our Final Universal Proclamation of Peace and Reconciliation shall stand as Proof, Lawfully and Legally Admissible in any court whatsoever, of Unanimous Contractual Agreement that these wars and mercenary conflicts are in deed and in fact ended, and that peace confirming the end of hostilities is restored in all jurisdictions on the soil, the land, the sea, and in the air.
Lacking objection, and from Midnight GMT on June the 25th of 2022 forward, any nation and any form of government continuing to act upon presumptions related to wars long past, or pretending a state of perpetual war based on legal artifice, will be guilty of the crime against the Public Interest and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Public and International Law.
Notice to Agents is Notice to Principals; Notice to Principals is Notice to Agents
Issued by: Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America
22 June 2022
Reply to: Office of Reconciliation
In care of: Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652