Public and International Notice — Second Notice

By Anna von Reitz

It has come to our attention now that our actual Government is in Session, that the books have not been closed on numerous wars and mercenary conflicts being called wars, and that this has created an unprecedented perpetual “state of war” engendered in our country and throughout the world.
This “state of war” is a legalistic construct which has allowed the Perpetrators of this circumstance to continue claiming expenses and powers related to these long-past wars and conflicts — and to thereby profit themselves at everyone else’s expense.
In our First Notice to the International and Global Community including the United Nations Secretary General, we brought everyone’s attention to this dilemma and created a fairly long list of the most obvious examples — the American Civil War (which was in fact a Mercenary Conflict), the First World War, the Second World War, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq I and II, and so on.
In some cases, peace was partially declared and proclaimed only in some jurisdictions and not in others; in other cases, peace was made impossible by unrealistic and impractical provisional accords, and in still others, peace was not possible because the conflict was illegal to begin with and there was no basis for a formal peace process to occur, even though the accounts related to these “wars” were left open and charges and costs continued to accrue.
It looks to us like the promotion of these “Perpetual Wars” that exist only on paper and in the minds of some sick deviants, has been motivated by commercial corporations benefited by war profiteering and by politicians who have benefited themselves with coercive powers based on declared “states of war” that don’t exist.
We have taken appropriate action to bring this situation before our State Assemblies and as of 1 August 2021, have issued the Peace Treaty and International Peace Proclamation ending The American Civil War on our shores.
We also have served First Notice of our Proposal to close the books on all wars and conflicts that have lapsed for more than three years and to officially end war reparation accruals and charge accounts and expense accounts related to these non-existent wars and conflicts and perennial “states of war” that don’t in fact exist.
This would also mean the end of Occupation Force and Peacekeeping Force accounts related to these fictional wars and conflicts. It would be left to the discretion of each individual country and government to assume the costs of retaining any protective international force.
This is an international and global offer being made by our Government to formally declare an end to all these long-vanished wars and conflicts and close the books and accounts related to them effective midnight GMT 25 June 2022.
Any country having cause to wish for an extension of a state of war declaration or having actual expenses related to these accounts is invited to contact our Office of Reconciliation on or before 25 June 2022:
Second Notice served by: Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America


Office of Reconciliation
In care of: Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652