Now What With Puerto Rico?

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Now What With Puerto Rico?

By Anna Von Reitz

A couple days ago I announced that we forgave Puerto Rico’s debts— just paid them off and said, “God bless you.”
This is because Puerto Rico has always been a Territory of the Territorial United States and a Commonwealth of Britain.
We, the actual states and people, have no actual standing as priority creditors with respect to it in a bankruptcy situation, so we can’t just come in as the Principal Party Creditors and seize upon the assets of Puerto Rico as we can with say, the State of Ohio.
To say this another way, the State of Ohio, for example, owes us first and foremost and it owes us so much that no Secondary Creditor can hope to get  anything out of it once we show up— and we have shown up.
But with Puerto Rico, this situation is different.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UNITED STATES, INC., they, not we, are the Principle Party Creditors.  And the UNITED STATES, INC. is under liquidation.
Because of the way the 57 “States of States” in the Territorial United States are bound together, however, the rats intended to use Puerto Rico as a domino– the $120 billion Puerto Rican debt distributed to the other Territorial States of States would bankrupt them, too, and clear the way for the usurpation of the Municipal STATES OF STATE and the UN CORP “REGIONAL STATES” to take over.
Put another way, instead of there being the actual land jurisdiction United States and the Territorial United States and the Municipal United States (both of the latter being run out of the District of Columbia under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17) there would now be only the Municipal United States and its oligarchic STATES OF STATES and the UN Corporation’s REGIONAL STATES dba under names like this: CALIFORNIA, UTAH, and MAINE.
The vermin were counting on us being asleep and for them to succeed in their claims of “abandonment” — that the heirs of the land just “disappeared” and never came home (after they secretively “legally” shanghaied us while being employed by us and being contractually obligated to act as our Trustees on the High Seas and Navigable Inland Waterways).
Thank God enough of us woke up and showed up.
So they went to  bankrupting Puerto Rico, which would distribute the Puerto Rican debt to all the other 56 “State” organizations and bankrupt them, too.
When we came in as total outsiders and placed our proxy on the Puerto Rican debt to pay it all off, it placed the perpetrators in an embarrassing situation.  Britain was the entity feeding off of Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans to the tune of $120 billion dollars.  Not us.  Why weren’t they paying off the debt for the people and the small commonwealth they abused and used as a base for criminal operations against the American states and people as a whole?
It was, after all, their debt — not the Puerto Ricans, not ours.
So, suddenly, wah, wah, wah!  The Chinese are offering to pay off the debt, but we are first in line, first in time.
Imagine the situation?  Being first in line among outsiders to pay off $120 billion dollar debt?  And other parties are screaming like injured Banshees because we graciously offered to pay off the entire Puerto Rican debt as a gift?
In public, in front of God and everyone?
How could we?  It’s so, so…. so American.  So generous.  So completely opposite to the venal, greedy, criminal, small-minded, oppressive, ugly, self-serving, mean-spirited, grasping, con artist mentality that has had the Government of the British Empire in its grip ever since Queen Victoria went off her egomaniac rocker.
The only parties on Earth who had a prior obligation to pay off that debt happened to be the Royal Family.  So if they wanted to keep the Americans from paying off their debt and thereby making them look like a pile of dog dung melting in the rain, they had to cash out and pay off before we did.
The Puerto Rican people deserved to be rescued, not abandoned. And their Island, as a territory that ultimately put it faith in us, certainly deserves far, far better treatment and development and everything else than it has received at the hands of our delegated caretakers.
The paper debt can now be discharged without a whimper. No more “emergency” and no more domino games.
China, aka, the Remainder Men of the Dutch East India Company, lost out on buying up $120 billion debt and acquiring a crushing interest in Puerto Rico.
Aw, well.  Not every tangled web yields a spider.

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