To the Jural Assemblies

Judge Anna, August 13, 2018

Can a group of Irish Merchant Seamen be part of a Spanish Jural Assembly?

Can a group of Austrian Customs Agents be part of a French Jural Assembly?

Can a group of Territorial United States (British) Warrant Officers be part of an American Jural Assembly?

If you answered “No” to all three of the above, you are on the right side of the logic involved in the current senseless debate about whether or not you have to reclaim your birthright political status in order to participate in our Jural Assemblies.

Of course, you do. It is not a “personal choice” when it comes to this. 

And if you don’t want to reclaim your rights and property and prerogatives as an American, what are you doing getting involved in an American State Jural Assembly in the first place???

That’s like someone from Hong Kong coming over here and offering to organize our counties for us.

Thank you very much for the help, but at the end of the day, you are a foreigner and you can’t be a participant or electoral member of our Jural Assembly.

You must be claiming your “reversionary trust interest” and your birthright political status as a Virginian, Coloradan, Wisconsinite, etc. in order to participate in a State Jural Assembly.

And that choice does need to be official and recorded on the public record somewhere.

There is a famous precedent case in Minnesota circa 1860s.  I can’t remember the citation off the top of my head, but it ultimately gave rise to “Minnesota Rule 220”.

At the time, immigrants were pouring into the country  — just like today.  One of them decided to settle in Minnesota, but didn’t make his intentions clear.  Even though he met all the criteria to be a Minnesotan, his failure to declare it on the public record meant that he couldn’t claim status as a Minnesotan. 

From the standpoint of international law, we have all been “adrift at sea” and “unidentified” for decades regarding our identity and our ultimate provenance on the land and we haven’t “declared our intention” otherwise, so until we do, we are “presumed to be” British Territorial Citizens temporarily “residing” in this country to provide “essential government services”.

No “ifs” or “ands” or “buts” about it.

As you stand there in your stocking-feet, thinking — “Well, of course, I am an American and an Alabaman by birth!”—- I am here to tell you that so far as the public record goes there is only a foreign “VESSEL” registration to show that anyone with your name ever existed.

You have to record the paperwork and stake your claim in America or you don’t “count” as an American and can’t function in the capacity of one.

Now, folks, this has obvious implications far, far beyond whether or not you can properly serve on and organize a valid Jural Assembly for Vermont.

For your own sakes, for your safety, for the preservation of your rights and your assets, for your children and their inheritance, for your country, for your freedom, you have to take action and declare your political status and desire to exercise your reversionary trust interest.

Otherwise, guess what?  A bunch of international banks swagger in and say, oh, BTW, that big chunk of North America over there?  That’s all unclaimed, abandoned property.  We don’t know where the heirs to all that went, but hey, there’s no public record….they haven’t been heard from in decades…..Last we heard, they all joined the British Merchant Marine Service and were lost at sea…..”

WAKE UP!  WAKE UP!  WAKE UP!

Get your paperwork recorded and your Jural Assemblies booted up. Stop dithering and arguing and see the logic of the trap that has been set for you and your country.  And take proper action now.

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