By Anna Von Reitz
Now we have more Disinformation hitting the streets— people saying that you don’t have to expatriate, and that an “Act of State” is sufficient.
Tell that to Tim Turner, presently serving —- is it 18 years? —-in Federal Prison.
Ever play with an Oriental Puzzle Box when you were a kid?
These wooden boxes are often intricately carved and have all sorts of hidden locks and slides and cut out “keys” that are part of the box. My Dad would give me one of these things that appeared to be solid blocks of intricately carved wood — a bit like a Rubik’s Cube — and see how long I had to fiddle with it to get it open. Inside, he would have hidden some little treat….
What our Employees have done is similar to the Puzzle Box. They have set things up so that “you can’t get there from here”.
You can’t do an “Act of State” until you have a “State” and you don’t have a “State” if you are any kind of “US Citizen”.
US Citizens live, work, breathe, and have their being in the world of “inchoate” States of States. They can’t access or operate actual States. They are by definition “stateless”.
So when a US Citizen attempts to do an “Act of State”, the courts just laugh at him and ignore him—- and rightly so.
Tim Turner was trying to act in a capacity he couldn’t act in. He couldn’t access any “State” because as a US Citizen he wasn’t on the land and soil to begin with.
He hadn’t done the groundwork of re-conveying his Proper Name to the land and soil and hadn’t expatriated from US Citizenship, so, he couldn’t do a valid Act of State.
Tim will spend 8 to 10 years of his life in jail for making that mistake, and now members of the Michigan General Jural Assembly are telling you that an “Act of State” without returning to the land and soil and without expatriating from US Citizenship is sufficient?
They want you to make the same mistake Tim Turner already made— ? Hello? Houston…..
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