Judge Anna von Reitz
If you stop and think about it, you will shortly realize that you are incompetent to answer the “who, when, where, how or why” of your own life, but you can always answer what you want. You might be wrong about that, too, and show poor judgment in what you want, but at least you can truthfully answer the question.
So what do we want from a government? We want two diametrically opposed things.
We want to be protected and we want to be left alone.
What it amounts to is that we pay the government organization Protection Money like Don Guido, and then we expect the government organization to go away and mind its own business. Left to itself, it never does. It comes back for more and more and more of your money.
Our ancestors were smart enough to realize that “checks and balances” were needed to secure the desired result.
There have to be at least three levels of government assigned different and contradictory authorities so that they fight among themselves to protect their own turf.
The counties in this country were set up to rule the states from a position of local self-governance. The states were set up to rule the federal government in all but nineteen clearly enumerated tasks, over which the federal authority is supposed to rule.
Our actual Constitution hasn’t changed in over 200 years. So what has changed?
Simple. A group of lawyers horned in and worked an enclosure scheme. They “adopted” our actual Constitution as the Articles of Incorporation for their own private, mostly foreign-owned corporation and duped everyone into confusing that corporation with the lawful government of, for, and by the people.
Then, by a slow process of bribes called “federal revenue sharing” and “block grants” the federal corporations induced county and state government organizations to incorporate themselves as franchises of the federal corporations. In this way, the federal corporations subverted the whole structure of the government we are owed, overcame the checks and balances we are owed, and began riding rough shod over everyone and everything in sight.
But, the federal corporations were never our government in the first place. They were just foreign governmental service providers acting under commercial contract and treaty.
The incorporated franchises calling themselves “states” and “counties” are no longer our actual government, either. They are all just commercial corporations in the business of providing governmental services, the same way that Burger King is in the business of providing hamburgers.
As such, they have no authority.
And it is equally obvious what we need to do. Pull on our Big Girl Panties and our Cowboy Boots and fill the vacant public offices that our actual government is owed. Restore checks and balances.