Dissecting the maze! IT IS CHESS THEY ARE PLAYING!
MEANWHILE THE PEOPLE ARE LED TO BELIEVE THE GAME IS CHECKERS.
A PRIVATE EXCHANGE with Anna von Reitz.
The truth is always simple, the lies are always complex.
But if we just follow the “founders” on this one, we will eventually come full circle and end up with the same problem.
They wanted to keep the admiralty and maritime jurisdiction in a tight box, but instead look what happened?
We can’t live without jurisdiction on air, land, and sea—-but we have to figure out a better way of doing it than this current conundrum….
PS— The use of the expression “District UNITED STATES” is confusing an already confusing situation.
There’s The States of America that are organized as individual nation states— Texas State, Ohio State…..all operating State governments as constitutional republics.
There’s The United States of America (Major) representing the Union of geographically defined nations defined by Statehood Compacts or Commonwealth Trusts organized as member States dba The State of Ohio, The State of Texas…..operating as constitutional republics
There’s the United States of America (Minor) representing the Union of the Seven Insular and other (Federal) States organized as legislative democracies dba the State of Texas and the State of Ohio……operating “State of State” governments under the auspices of Congress (Article I, Section 8, Clause 17)
There’s the UNITED STATES, INC. representing the “UNION” of international commercial STATES dba TX, IN, OH, and so on…..operating “STATE of State” governments as in STATE OF GEORGIA and STATE OF UTAH…as plenary oligarchies under the auspices of Congress as the Municipal government of the Washington, DC City-State.
Both the last two are organized according to Postal Districts also known as “Federal Districts”—- but you see how confusing this gets.
Think of it in terms of nesting boxes. There’s the Municipal Government of Washington, DC jurisdiction, then the United States of America (Minor) jurisdiction, then The United States of America (Major) jurisdiction, and then The united States of America jurisdiction and finally, the States of America jurisdiction— five separate distinct jurisdictions and three different forms of government all functioning under similar names.