Posted: 14 Apr 2016 09:48 PM PDT
by Anna Von Reitz
WAKE UP! WAKE UP!
I have spent so many days explaining and explaining and trying to drum this into people’s conscious awareness so now, I have reduced it down to simple graphic form and a single page.
These private corporate tribunals are only “giving an appearance of justice” —- which the courts boldly state in their own published rules—- and you can believe them or not, based on your own experience.
Your political status determines your “law” and your “persona” so long as that corporation exists and you are “enfranchised” by it.
United States of America Person —- “John Mark Doe” a foreign situs trust—– subject to Federal Code
UNITED STATES PERSON ——- “JOHN MARK DOE” a Roman Civil trust —— subject to Title 50
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA/USA —— “JOHN M. DOE” a public transmitting utility– subject to United Nations Law and/or Puerto Rican law.
Obviously, nobody is enfranchised by the United States of America, Inc. anymore and the old Federal Code is out the window. Obviously, too, since the UNITED STATES is insolvent and under liquidation since 2015, Title 50 is gone, too, and anyone operating as “JOHN MARK DOE” is fair game for international creditors.
What remains on the board is THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INC. and USA, INC. —- and people can choose to be “enfranchised” by both of these entities and be subject to both UN law and Puerto Rican law—- or they can wake to hell up and reclaim their birthright status and live as free men under the United States Statutes-at-Large and not be “enfranchised” at all.
You have a CHOICE. You can live as a free man or as a corporate franchise operator. What’s it going to be?
You can live under the Law of the Land — the Ten Commandments, the lawful Constitution, the United States Statutes-at-Large or not. What’s it going to be?
You can live under the Law of the Sea — either as workers employed by the United Nations Corporation or as chattel collateral standing good for the debts of an already bankrupt Puerto Rican Electric Company.
What’s it going to be?