Tuesday, April 11, 2017
No Great Mystery of “Judicial Tyranny”
By Anna Von Reitz
There is no “great mystery of judicial tyranny”. There is only a great deal of fustian ignorance and assumption abounding.
The Constitution exists to set up the Federal Government and the Federal Government is responsible for nineteen delegated “powers” — duties to perform services in common for the subscribing states of the union—- all of which, with the limited exception of the Interstate Commerce Clause— take place in the international jurisdiction of the sea.
As a result the only courts created under The Constitution are Admiralty, Maritime, and Administrative Courts related to the Federal Government and its duties.
Those courts were never meant to say a single word to us, the actual people. They were pressed into service when the United States of America, Inc. was fraudulently bankrupted in 1933. Suddenly, there was no funding for our long-established Common Law Courts.
So the rats got around this by committing a vast crime of personage and “redefining” us and naming Foreign Situs Trusts and Cestui Que Vie Trusts after us. These were then incorporated entities that they could address in Admiralty/Maritime and Administrative courts.
[The crime of personage amounts to a form of identity theft and involves deliberately confusing a living man with an incorporated entity named after him.]
They bankrupted the Foreign Situs Trusts as presumed sureties of the United States of America, Inc. at the same time that they started charging off current services provided by the UNITED STATES, INC. against the Cestui Que Vie Trusts.
Thus their Trustees had their hands in the pockets of “John Michael Doe” Foreign Situs Trust at the same time as the current service provider had their paws in the pockets of “JOHN MICHAEL DOE” —— neither name any longer representing the actual living man.
This is a commercial crime of staggering proportions, but it is not a political issue. It is, as I keep telling you, a commercial crime with political consequences.
Wake up and smell the java.