Un-incorporating, Re-Chartering, and Other Issues

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By Judge Anna Von Reitz
Many Americans who have unwittingly (and without the benefit of full disclosure) incorporated their businesses are now in what appears to be a terrible situation and I have been getting plenty of “screams in the night” as they have awakened to the facts. 
Those facts include that by incorporating their businesses they have signed away their essential ownership interest in the business in exchange for bankruptcy protection that most of them never needed to begin with. 
The further facts include that by incorporating they subjected themselves to all sorts of regulations, rules, taxes, and codes that would otherwise not apply to them, and they also are in a bind in that they can’t “unincorporate” without permission of the State of State organizations that they applied to charter under. 
Many non-profit organizations including churches that chartered as “NGOs” and 501 (c) 3 non-profit organizations are aghast to learn what that really means. Satan just snuck up on them quiet as the snake he is, and swallowed them whole —– and they are the ones who did this “voluntarily” to themselves. 
Again, without full disclosure. 
Understandably, this is very, very scary for business owners, both profit and non-profit.  
So that is what all the shouting and moaning and gnashing of teeth is about in the business world.  
However, there is this saving grace.  All those Territorial State of State organizations are subject to us, the actual unincorporated Federation of States known as The United States of America, and our State Assemblies are now in Session. 
What this means is that your incorporated business operating under a State of State Charter is actually owned by us, not the territorial State of State organizations you have been dealing with.  We are the ones who actually pay all the bills and stand behind all the bankruptcies, so your ownership interest is in our hands, not theirs. 
And, similarly, if you incorporated your business as a US CORPORATION, your charter is actually owned by The United States, and is under the administration of The United States of America — us, again. 
So to straighten this conundrum out and get things back on track and allow everyone to sort out their own business affairs, we have established a one year amnesty period for all and any Territorial and US Corporations to recharter as American Corporations. 
This is the easiest and least controversial option and doesn’t entail a lot of palaver or legal battles or paperwork. 
The Board of Directors meets, adopts “lawful purposes” language and a declaration that your corporation stands under the Public Law– and if there are shareholders, the shareholders approve it — you record this action amending your Articles of Incorporation and voila, you are all safely back in America and none the worse off, though considerably wiser.   
I get lots of begs for templates to accomplish this, but the fact is that is nearly impossible owing to the unique nature of  Articles of Incorporation.  The idea isn’t to rewrite everything you have, but to simply amend what you have, so as to declare that you are: (1) operating as an American Corporation under the Public Law; and (2) organized for lawful purposes.  Then record this decision on our Land Recording System blockchain, or with any State Assembly Land Recording Office. 
It will shock you all to learn that many corporations in the current system have been allowed to operate for “legal” purposes, and legal purposes include many ugly and unlawful purposes that nobody in their right mind would approve of, much less insure at public expense.   Those corporations will have to seek foreign havens and get offshore fast. 
It won’t do them any good to move their operations to Puerto Rico or the Mariana Islands or any other Territorial of US enclave, because the Public Law and the Constitutions are now being enforced not only on the mainland, but throughout the Territories and Possessions. 
The other option is to liquidate— which basically means to sell off the assets of the corporation “as it stands” — recoup the money and reinvest.  If you go this route, the other foreign governments involved will take a hefty corporate gains tax and possibly other taxes out of your receipts, but, at least you will be shed of the enslavement racket.  
By far the easiest and most advantageous option for most enterprises is to “re-charter” as an American Corporation.