By Anna Von Reitz
My support for Russell-J:Gould to someday become President of a restored Federal Government does not imply lack of support for our current President or lack of sympathy for his very substantial burden.
We, as a country, have a lot of homework to do, and at the same time, bear many responsibilities with regard to the rest of the world. This makes this an extremely challenging time in history.
Let’s begin with what I mean by a “restored” Federal Government and what the Federal Government is supposed to be.
There are supposed to be three branches of the Federal Government, and those branches are not “executive, legislative, and judicial” like you were taught in public school.
Those branches are supposed to be Federal, Territorial, and Municipal.
Nobody taught you that because the “Federal” part of the “Federal Government” has been usurped upon since 1868.
Our system is supposed to have States that hold the supreme power in international jurisdiction overall — and those States then delegate a portion of their empowerment in the international jurisdiction of the sea to the Federal Government which is supposed to operate Federal States of States.
Alabama is supposed to be operating a Federal State of State called “The State of Alabama”, but that Federal State of State was never reconstructed after the Civil War.
Instead, the Territorial Branch of the Federal Government usurped the position of the Federal Government and substituted Territorial States of State instead.
Instead of “The State of Alabama” they began operating as the Territorial “State of Alabama” and nobody but the lawyers were the wiser.
So, in order for our Federal Government as a whole to ever function as it should, those original Federal States of States have to be restored and in some cases, created for the first time ever.
Now a lot of people have asked me about this situation and wanted to know– What’s a Territorial State?
The key thing to know about Territorial States is that they are allowed to exist on a temporary basis by the Northwest Ordinance, which is one of the Four Organic Laws at the foundations of our government.
The problem is that these Territorial States have been in existence and usurping upon the responsibilities and empowerments of the intended Federal Branch of the Federal Government for 150 years.
Not exactly “temporary” even in the life span of a nation.
As new states were added to the Union, a Territorial State would be formed and organized into counties and populated and geographic boundaries would be surveyed and established and roads and post offices and bridges and other very basic infrastructure would be constructed.
Then, when enough people had “populated” the new State, its Statehood would be declared and voted upon and confirmed by the people living there, and then also confirmed by the Congress. The new State is then enrolled as a State of the Federal Union and entitled to operate a Federal State of State, too.
At that point, the Territorial State is supposed to recede and operate in the background, to serve its other designated and delegated functions.
That’s the way it’s supposed to work, with the Territorial State functioning as a temporary and purely transitional political entity on the way to full Statehood.
Since 1868, however, that simple “temporary” duty has been used as a means to bypass and usurp upon both the actual States and the Federal States of States.
(1) So, we have called the actual States to Assemble: Maine, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin…..and all those Jural Assemblies are forming….
(2) And this is the prelude to restoring: The State of Maine, The State of Florida, The State of Ohio, The State of Wisconsin….
(3) And that in turn is the prelude to convening a Continental Congress of eligible Fiduciary Deputies from each of the States to officially enroll all the other States that have been formed since 1860: Wyoming, Utah, Nevada….
(4) Which is the prelude to creating for the first time ever: the Federal States of: The State of Wyoming, The State of Utah, The State of Nevada…..
(5) All of which is the prelude to forming a new Confederacy of Federal States of States to do the functions delegated to our Federal Government.
This is a lot of work and education to be done, with many fearful obstacles and opportunities to run off track or be commandeered or otherwise interfered with, but it is nonetheless what is required to restore our government as it was meant to be, and that is the First Step toward decisions about changing that government.
It has to be restored and then reformed, in that order, to make the whole transition both lawful and legal.
In the meantime, everyone has been running about like the proverbial headless chickens thinking that there would be no government in place and nobody in charge and no way to control the situation once the Territorial and Municipal Corporations were bankrupted.
That is not true.
The actual, factual States of the Union remain, and they are the Principals that delegated the powers to the Federal Government and its Branches in the first place.
We have acknowledged and accepted the return of the Delegated Powers due to the incapacity in bankruptcy of the Territorial and Municipal Branches of the Federal Government and also due to the moth-balled status of the Federal Branch of the Federal Government.
As the original Delegators, our States and our Federation of States doing business as The United States of America [Unincorporated], are able to function and exercise our own powers quite apart from any “Federal Government” or branch thereof.
We have invited Mr. Trump to step out of the Hot Seat, so to speak, and have bonded the actual Public Office of The President of The United States of America for him, if he should choose to step down from the lesser offices and administer the “Federal Government” via trusted subordinates.
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