Little Words — For Richard — by Anna von Reitz

Look at the original constitution —- what does it say?  “The Constitution for the united States of America“. See?  The word “united”was originally used as an adjective describing the “States of America” acting as a union of states. 

States are political entities which are the possessions and agents of nations, which are also political entities, hence the use of the word “of”—- as in, for example, “Anne of Green Gables”.  “Anne” comes from “Green Gables”, but at the same time, “Green Gables” belongs to “Anne”—and her family.   
The “States of America” belong as members in the “perpetual union” created by The Articles of Confederation (1781), but they do not belong to the Union thus created.
We have to pay closer attention to all those “little words”—-! 
This discussion began with the difference between “Common Law Courts” and “Courts of Common Law”, in which I revealed the apparently astounding news that whenever you see the word “of” it indicates a secondary entity derived from or acting in behalf of something else, and in today’s world almost always indicates an incorporated legal fiction of some kind operating in the international jurisdiction of the sea. 
“Common Law Courts” = Land Jurisdiction = Ohio State
“Courts of Common Law” = Sea Jurisdiction = State(s) of Ohio

About David Robinson

David Robinson is an Author and Journalist living in the mid-coast area of Maine. He is a Graduate and Alumni of the Brunswick Police Academy. He served as a JUROR seated on the Cumberland County, Maine, Grand Jury for the first four month session of 2014. Publisher Robinson served 3 months of a 4 month sentence for Conspiracy to defraud the United States, at the FCI Berlin minimum security Satellite Camp in Berlin New Hampshire, as retaliation after he and a friend sued the IRS, unsuccessfully, for Unfair Trade Practices, under Title 15 of the US Code.
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