Sunday, May 29, 2016
The Destruction of the constitution
by Anna Von Reitz
by Anna Von Reitz
RE: Question about Federal Districts and claims that a federal military junta took over the Republic and the states during the Whiskey Rebellion.
As part of the settlement following the Revolutionary War, King George III was given control of American affairs in international commerce (not trade–commerce) on the High Seas and Navigable Inland Waterways.
The actual Constitution further refined the details.
The federal government was given control of certain activities and functions, including the regulation of certain “controlled substances”—– firearms, tobacco, and fireworks— as a source of income and to provide for a uniform policy regarding these potentially dangerous substances. The creation of the Federal Districts overlying the borders of the states marked the creation of administrative units to perform this function.
The truth of the matter is that no American is restricted in their ability to produce any substance—-for example, we can make wine, beer, gin, or any other alcoholic beverage to our hearts delight, so long as we don’t sell or distribute it for profit or transport it across state lines.
Much of the confusion about this is that Americans have been routinely misidentified and mischaracterized as United States Citizens and held accountable to the foreign statutory law of the Federal Corporation and their “federated” States of States franchises and “County of……” franchises.
We’re not naturally “United States Citizens” of any kind and the federal corporation is grossly trespassing upon our private property when it claims otherwise, but it remains our role to object to such presumptions and to uphold our separate nation and identity.
Thus, many Americans engaged in otherwise lawful activities— growing hemp, for example, have been arrested and charged and imprisoned under “federal law” prohibiting such activities and claiming that hemp is a controlled substance, even though it is not a controlled substance for any American to grow or possess hemp in any American state. These arrests are taking place and charges brought and sentences executed under the presumption that the victims are “citizens of the United States” because the victims have not objected on the record of the courts and claimed their identity as American State Nationals.
Do you see? Hemp is a controlled substance for United States Citizens and “citizens of the United States” but not for American State Nationals. The only control over any substance for us is the obligation not to horn in on the federal regulation hegemony on the international/interstate manufacture and sale and transport of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms. Congress has no ability (and no authority) it create any new for-profit regulatory role for itself so far as we are concerned.
And as for the “Federal Districts”— that’s just their internal organizational map, designed for them to carry out their duties and functions. It’s actually a good thing for people to be able to see that there is a separate entity there, especially since the line between the actual States and the incorporated “States of State” franchises has been blurred by the incorporation of state and county governmental services functions in recent years.
The Washington State is not the same thing as the State of Washington (a foreign municipal franchise corporation), and just because you live in the United States (Continental United States) does not mean that you are a United States Citizen (Federal United States).
And just because hemp is a “federally controlled substance” for United States Citizens, be aware that the only “federally controlled substances” so far as American State Nationals are concerned are alcohol, tobacco, and firearms— and then only with regard to their manufacture and sale for profit, and transport across state lines.