By Anna Von Reitz
Everything on this page needs to be read and repeated and thoroughly digested until it overcomes decades of indoctrination based on false assumptions and omitted information. When Webster published his Dictionary in 1824 he unwittingly preserved the meaning of the word “federal” as it was used during the Constitutional Process. “Federal” at that time was a well-known synonym for “Contract”. “Federal Government” equals “Contract Government”. The Constitutions — all three of them — are service contracts, and they were issued to three separate contractors in three separate years under three separate names, so there is no use in anyone trying to interpret this in any other way. All this may be Big News to you, especially as you have probably only seen two of these Constitutions in your life, and you probably never read these two closely enough to realize that they are two separate documents—- The Constitution of the United States and The Constitution of the United States of America. I am pointing this out to you as a prelude to even more shocking information. The Constitutions are not about us. The Constitutions are about our Federal (Contract) Government Service Providers. The first contract issued in 1787 went to American Subcontractors operating what was called the Federal Republic. The second contract which was issued in 1789 went to British Territorial Subcontractors operating an unincorporated business calling itself “the” United States of America (British-American Trading Company). The third contract was issued to the Holy Roman Empire in 1790, which was hired to administer the postal system, customs houses, patent and trademark offices and similar services requiring global outreach. Your Forefathers explicitly knew that they, through their State Governments, were (1) setting up an American Subcontractor, the Federal Republic, to do and oversee most of the work of their government in international jurisdiction and (2) were hiring two completely foreign governments to perform services for them under contract and (3) were responsible, through their States of the Union for enforcing these constitutional contracts and paying for these services. There has been a lot of misguided talk about the Constitution of 1789, which chiefly concerns our British Subcontractors. Other than failure to enforce it, this contract has precious little to do with us, Americans. There has also been misguided talk about the Act of 1871 which was repealed in 1874. The effect of the Act, even if it had succeeded, would have changed the form of the business providing services under the constitutional contract from an unincorporated business to an incorporated business. This presages the abuse of bankruptcy protection claimed by these business operators , but in-and-of itself, was not prohibited. Neither was the sale nor the merger nor the succession to contract of the Subcontractors prohibited. This is because the contracts themselves remained the same. The obligations remained the same. Indeed, the obligations are the same as they ever were, except as properly amended and ratified by the States of the Union —- which means that there have been no actual Amendments to any of the actual Constitutions since 1860. Why? Because the actual States of the Union were not brought back into Session after the Civil War, it has been impossible for us to ratify any Amendments. We slept and our people were mischaracterized and impersonated as foreigners in their own country, forced to pay foreign taxes, and subjected to foreign laws— by our Federal Subcontractors operated by foreign governments —- the Holy See, the Inner City of London—- aka, Government of Westminster, and the British Monarch. All three evaded their obligations and acted in Gross Breach of Trust and violation of their Commercial Service Contract. The findings are summarized as our Final Civil Judgment issued in April 2014 at the end of a seven year investigation and due process action by our still-operating unincorporated Federation of States and the remaining known People of each State at that time. The Judgment and Orders related to it were delivered to the other Principals acting as our Employees in this matter. The States of the Union were Summoned into Session, and here we are, with all fifty physically defined American States accounted for and populated by people holding the correct provenance and adopting their birthright political status. Our role as Americans is to enforce the Constitutions and exercise our rights guaranteed by them— while fully realizing that the Constitutions are not about us. The Constitutions are contracts which our Federal Subcontractors (and their State of State franchises) must obey, while we stand apart under our separate foundation, The Declaration of Independence. You must realize that the Constitutions and all that arises as a result of the existence of these contracts is at best of tangential concern to us, Americans. Why? Because the Constitutions aren’t about us. The Constitutions are about our Subcontractors— their rights and obligations, their limitations with respect to us, their operations, their definitions, etc., just as the Federal Code is not substantially about us, with about 92% of it never being addressed to us at all. Stop focusing on the guys mowing your lawn and start focusing on your own business— your State, your Government, your land and soil, your obligations as a Virginian, Idahoan, New Yorker or Marylander. Your States have been called into Session and are assembling right now.
Go to: https://tasa.americanstatenationals.org/ to learn more.