By Anna von Reitz
In addition to the international Treaty of Paris in 1898 releasing all claim to the land and soil of the Philippine Islands held by the Spanish Government to us, The United States of America, our money ($20 million in gold) was used to purchase the Philippine Government’s interest in the Philippine Islands, and our blood has been spilled in the defense of the Philippine Islands ever since.
There can be no doubt that the land and soil of the Philippine Island Archipelago is as American as Apple Pie.
The provisional independent Government of the Philippines created by the Territorial U.S. Congress in 1934 was replaced by another Filipino British Crown Corporation Administration in 1946 via the Treaty of Manila Bay, an examination of that Treaty will prove that it is a Sea Jurisdiction Treaty signed by Harry S. Truman in his capacity as Commander-in-Chief and the only change it accomplished was the substitution of a one British Crown Corporation for another British Crown Corporation operated by Filipinos.
While this is no doubt a step forward in governmental terms as it brings the Administration of the Philippine Islands back under the local control of the Filipino People, it in no way resolves the issue of the land ownership and money owed to our Government.
The Treaty of Manila Bay exists in an entirely separate jurisdiction of international law and does not supersede the Treaty of Paris established in 1898. Nobody has paid us back the equivalent of $20 Million Dollars in gold issued in 1898. We have the receipts, but no returns.
Our victory over Japan conclusively ends any supposition that Japan acquired any usable material interest by conquering the Philippines during an undecided war, and thus, there is no excuse for any Filipino or Japanese claims to own physical assets belonging to us based on a temporary Japanese occupation of our property.
It would have been Yamashita’s Gold, if Yamashita had successfully overturned our Dominion, but he didn’t. Given the end result, Yamashita acted as a would-be pirate and possession by pirates does not change ownership any more than a treaty in a separate jurisdiction can.
As the final peace declaration and closure of the books on the Second World War is scheduled for 25 June 2022, anyone who has any objection to settlement of the Second World War is invited to contact our Office of Reconciliation at the address below as soon as possible.
The Scottish Commercial Corporation “acting as” The United States of America, Inc., which used our money and claimed to represent our government set it up so that no Filipino could ever make any claim against any of the physical assets being stored in the Philippines— ours or anyone else’s.
This was done to the Filipino People by that same commercial corporation with malice aforethought, to make the Philippine Islands the perfect place— other than Switzerland — to store gold, silver, and other physical assets. They did not intend and did not allow the possibility that at some later date the Filipinos would claim ownership by possession under Admiralty Law, so they permanently disqualified Filipino claims by acquiring the land and soil jurisdiction of the Philippine Islands.
This same fact precludes any claims presented by Alex Tallon acting “as” Tiburcio Villamor Marcos, a Filipino, or any other national of the Philippine Islands, including Ferdinand Marcos.
The public records demonstrate that the present Administration of the Philippine Islands is a British Crown Corporation and not a sovereign government.
A sovereign government is not possible for the Filipino people until and unless we enter into a land jurisdiction Treaty and are recompensed not only for our costs ($20 Million in gold in 1898 brought forward) but receive back all our gold, silver, and other physical assets that have been cashiered in the Philippines “for” us.
None of this was our scheme nor our fault and we harbor nothing but goodwill toward the people of the Philippines. We did not choose to deprive anyone of their natural right to own physical assets, nor do we condone what was done in our names.
At the same time, we are the owners and inheritors of the gold and silver and other assets of ours that have been transported by the U.S. Navy to the Philippine Islands and we are owed $20 million in 1898 gold to settle the debt.
The High Courts and the other Governments of the world are hereby fully informed of this circumstance. Notice to Agents is Notice to Principals; Notice to Principals is Notice to Agents.
Notice served by: Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary
The United States of America
In care of: Box 520994
Big Lake, Alaska 99652