Thursday, April 13, 2017
The Big Job — Reply to Arnie Rosner
By Anna Von Reitz
I have told you—-and everyone else—- the circumstance and the mechanism. So now the question is: what do we do about it?
They are occupying a foreign jurisdiction with respect to us, and that protects them in the same way that a national boundary would—say, the boundary between Canada and the states.
If we cross that boundary and attack them, it can be interpreted as: (1) trespass; (2) insurrection; or (3) an act of war. None of those options serves our best interest nor our ultimate purposes.
It makes us into the wrong-doers and the bad guys instead of bringing the actual perpetrators to justice.
That’s why my motto is: “Keep Calm and Get Even” and that’s why I disagree with you so vehemently when you get on your broomstick and advocate attacking them physically or engaging them inside their own box.
We can’t win that way. We can only make ourselves look bad and give them an excuse to take action against us.
In a way, it’s like the bully at school who is constantly stealing your lunch, tripping you, cuffing the back of your head, shoving you into your locker—but he never gets caught. He keeps egging you on until you finally go for him, and then you get dragged into the Principal’s Office and punished for starting the fight.
The important thing for you to keep in mind, along with everyone else, is what I have told you until I am blue in the face: these are commercial crimes.
They are crimes in commerce, Arnie.
It has nothing to do with politics. They are allowed to run their own internal “corporate government” and to use their own in-house corporate tribunals. They can promote their Territorial “States of States” and if we are dumb enough to mistake those for our actual state governments, they are allowed to take us to the cleaners—–caveat emptor.
The problem for them comes when they are caught red-handed committing active and constructive commercial fraud on our shores, resulting in unlawful conversion of our political status and assets to their ownership, in Breach of Trust and Commercial Contract, and the only excuse they have for this is an illegal commercial mercenary conflict that they have tried to pass off as a “war” that was never declared and never ended.
If we stand on our flat feet and maintain our position the wheels of international justice grind slow but exceedingly fine. They will get their come-uppance and we won’t have to suffer and bleed and die for it, either.
Their ill-gotten gains will come back to us, the rightful owners. Their leaders will be deposed, because their corporations won’t make money for their stockholders. Their corporations will be liquidated, as they have to be, as international crime syndicates.
And the Big Job for us, Arnie, is not to fight with them.
The Big Job for us is to restore and rebuild the actual government we are owed—to call together our county jural assemblies for the land jurisdiction, to revive our actual states of the Union, to restore our own Common Law courts, to renew our own asset-backed monetary system.
Other nations will join with us to make sure that these criminals are punished. They will have no place left to run.