Judge Anna von Reitz
Illinois lies in the Midwest on the Great Lakes and is politically dominated by the massive Chicago urban center, yet for all the numbers of people in the City of Chicago and Cook County in particular, Cook County remains a county like any other, limited by its own geographic parameters.
This is part of the genius of the American Way. Cook County may have far more people in it than other counties in Illinois. It may be wealthier by far. It may have different problems and different options for solving its problems. At the end of the day, it’s still a county circumscribed and limited by its own borders.
Like every other county in America, it may choose to conduct its day to day business using an incorporated franchise of the United States, Inc. — or not.
The county becomes eligible for federal corporation kickbacks known as “federal revenue sharing” when it “enfranchises” itself, but it also becomes liable for federal taxation and federal regulation, becoming a virtual rubber stamp for whatever policies the privately owned and operated foreign corporation doing business as the “United States” decrees.
Like every other county in America, Cook County is ultimately and actually owned by the people living in Cook County. They get to decide whether or not to operate their county government as a federal franchise or not. This unincorporated body politic gets to assemble itself whenever an American state national living in Cook County gives a 30 day Notice and announces a public meeting of the Land Jurisdiction Cook County Assembly.
This is not the corporate version of “Cook County Assembly”.
This is the actual Body Politic as opposed to a “representational” body.
Instead of handing their proxies to an agent elected to act in their stead as a member of the Board of Directors of Cook County, Inc. calling himself an “Assemblyman”, the people have the absolute retained right to conduct their own business and to bypass the use of any agent to do their business. It’s the difference between sending your servant to town to conduct your business for you, and doing it yourself.
Whereas anyone can be elected to serve as an “Assemblyman” for Cook County, Inc., including lawyers and US CITIZENS, not just anyone can be a member of the actual Cook County Assembly.
The actual unincorporated Cook County Assembly is composed of American state nationals and Illinois State Citizens living in Cook County, Illinois. They have to be either natural born or naturalized Illinoisans and they have to be claiming that political status in order to be members of the actual, unincorporated Cook County Assembly.
The people properly claiming their birth right political status are then enabled to crack the whip and tell the members of the Cook County Assembly, Inc. what to do and how to do it, and can even tell the “Assemblymen” elected to serve on the board of Cook County, Inc. to dissolve Cook County, Inc. and resume operations as an unincorporated county.
This means an end to federal corporation kickbacks, but it also means an end to federal taxation and federal debt obligations, federal regulation and corruption in general.
As in all other counties, Cook County is defined by its geographic borders. It is a recognizable land mass. The American people living within its borders make up its Assembly. There is only one Assembly per county in America, by definition.
A county may have townships or, in the Deep South, it may have parishes; these are smaller political subunits within the county that often have their own Town Halls or Parish Centers and these may be organized to locally select delegates to the County Assembly, or not. It just depends on how the local government within the county structures itself and how Assemblymen are chosen.
All the same circumstances apply to organized townships and parishes. The people living in those townships and parishes can choose to run their township or parish as an incorporated franchise of the private, mostly foreign-owned United States, Inc. and let anyone serve as their “Assemblymen”— or they can assemble themselves, foreswear federal kickbacks in favor of freedom from federal taxes, debts, and regulations, and run their own local government at both the township/parish level and the county level.
These American people are not “United States Citizens” nor are they “citizens of the United States”. They are native-born or naturalized Americans living in their geographically defined state of the Union. They are known as Illinoisans, Texans, Wisconsinites, and so on. They are the actual owners of everything in sight, the sovereigns of the land jurisdiction states.
And it is long past due for them to return home to the land they are heir to.
Okay, so now we have Cook County, Illinois, back on the map. The actual people have given the necessary public notice of a meeting of the Land Jurisdiction Cook County Assembly.
The people attending this meeting must provide proof of their declared political status. This proof includes a Witnessed and recorded Act of Expatriation, renouncing any United States or other citizenship, and claiming back their political status as Illinoisans. It also includes proof that they have surrendered any US PERSON(S) issued to them via Birth Certificates, by returning and endorsing these Birth Certificates back to the Secretary of the Treasury, crediting the United States of America, U.S. Treasury, without recourse.
They are now free of any presumption of voluntarily acting as United States Citizens or as citizens of the United States. They emerge as the Priority Creditors and Underwriters of the United States, Inc. and all its Territorial States of States and all its Municipal franchises.
They are free men and women, attending to the business of their own county, acting through a lawful County Assembly and there is only one each such Assembly owed to every county in America.
This County Assembly is enabled to elect its own Sheriff to serve the land jurisdiction county, to uphold the public and organic law of Illinois and the United States of America. He is then the top peacekeeping officer in Cook County. He outranks – by far – all the hired police, all the detectives, all the commissioners on the incorporated “Cook County, Inc.” payroll.
The actual Cook County Assembly can also elect its own justices (Justices of the Peace) and its own Court Clerks and its own Bailiffs, Coroners, and other court officers.
There isn’t a corporation anywhere, inside or outside of the borders of Cook County, who has a right or a word to say otherwise, because within the borders of Cook County, the actual Cook County Assembly holds the absolute power of self-determination for that county and the people living in it. They can purge and pitch any law or statute put in place by “Cook County, Inc.” and they can choose to dissolve Cook County, Inc. and put an unincorporated business that is under their direct control in its place.
It should now be clear just how vital your participation in your own local government is, and how that participation or lack thereof impacts every aspect of your daily life.
It also makes clear how important your political status is. As a United States Citizen you are “presumed” to be a federal corporation employee. As a “citizen of the United States” you are presumed to be a slave owned by the federal corporation doing business as the “United States”.
Unless you are actually employed by the federal government as a military or federal civilian employee, why would you ever claim to be a United States Citizen, subject to federal Territorial law? Unless you were truly desperate for political asylum or other aid of some kind, why would you ever agree to be considered a slave and chattel owned by the United States, Inc.? Nobody in their right mind would knowingly and willingly choose that fate, instead of being a free man.
In the last several days I have been in communication with several assemblies beginning or having begun their meetings and organization efforts in Illinois. Many questions have surfaced about how to create an assembly, how to establish correct political status for its members, how to give public notices, hold elections, and in general—-how is everything supposed to work?
Does the Assembly have the power to unseat a Grand Jury member or administrator? — And so on.
[Grand Juries are totally independent of Assembly action once they are created and functioning on their own. They direct their own affairs, hire and fire their own administrators, etc. The County Assembly can impeach a whole Grand Jury that proves ineffective or unwilling to perform and can replace it with a new Grand Jury, just as a Trial Jury can be replaced from the jury pool for cause— but an Assembly is not allowed to meddle in the internal affairs of a sitting Grand Jury. Any other arrangement would quickly render the Grand Jury a political tool instead of an instrument of justice.]
These and many, many other questions have already been answered by the longest-running Post-Civil War American State Jural Assembly—the Michigan General Jural Assembly. They have written the book on the subject that everyone needs to know more about. They host a National Assembly Training Call every week on Thursday nights: 1-712-770-4170, Access Number 226823#, and they can be reached via email at http://1stmichiganassembly.info.
As you reorganize your county assemblies and state assemblies and take back control of your counties, your states, and your lives— make use of the knowledge, experience, and resources of the Michigan General Jural Assembly.
A new handbook about the Grand Jury as an institution is on the way.