Strange as it may seem to us today, the Reconstruction required as a result of the Civil War has never been finished. In truth, it was never properly started. No adequate Notice and Disclosure of the circumstance was ever given to the general populace of America. And there are obvious, self-interested reasons for that.
Let’s take a step back and look at the close of the Civil War.
We have now properly understood who the parties to the armed conflict were: commercial corporations owned and operated by the States went to war with each other. These entities operated as, for example, The State of Ohio, The State of Florida, The State of Wisconsin and so on, chose sides and fought, but this was a private sector quarrel among corporations — as if General Electric and Westinghouse hired mercenaries and solicited volunteers and got into an armed conflict in the middle of the village green.
As such, it was a patently illegal and lawless event, and by definition, there could be no actual Declaration of War, no Peace Treaty, and no actual Victory.
The idea behind The Articles of Confederation was to create an internal alliance of “capital business interests” devoted to the welfare of all the States and People. This is why The Articles of Confederation which sought to bind together the commercial corporations operating as an “instrumentality” of each State in the global municipal jurisdiction overseen by the Office of the Roman Pontiff, proposed to be a “perpetual” union.
From the very first, it was realized that if commercial interests were in conflict such that The States of States opposed each other, and this schism was allowed to spread far enough, it would endanger the entire country. So the Founders were at pains to impress upon The States of States the necessity of working together for the common good and maintaining the perpetual union of the original Confederation —and a united front in the global municipal jurisdiction.
Unfortunately, agent provocateurs — as we now know, members of the Rothschild banking cartel and other European banking interests — kept watch for an issue that might create such a schism between The State of State commercial corporations, and they found it: slavery.
The last Congress of the Federal States of States adjourned for lack of quorum when the Southern States of States walked out. The Deputies known as “United States Senators” who were essentially the CEO’s and Fiduciaries of these commercial corporations could no longer conduct business.
From our discussions we have now fully realized that the Constitutions and the Federal Government arising from these venerable agreements only affected our country’s operations in the municipal jurisdiction’s realm of commerce — that is, business conducted between two fully incorporated, chartered legal fiction entities.
Adoption of the Federal, Territorial, and Municipal Constitutions didn’t affect our soil jurisdiction estates, doing business as The United States, nor did they impact our land jurisdiction States doing business as The United States of America, but they did change the operations of the States of America, a union of commercial corporations chartered by the States.
The impact of the Constitutions on the States of America and on the member commercial corporations doing business under names styled like this: The State of Pennsylvania — was dramatic.
The most important immediate change was that control of our fledgling Navy and our Naval operations was ceded to the British King, who was obligated to function as our Trustee on the High Seas and Inland Waterways, and to protect our private and international and commercial interests in those venues.
Control of our international trade policy was also given away to the King. At least in the realm of commerce, we traded our freedom for safety, though it is doubtful that many Americans realized this at the time.
The overall result of adopting the Constitutions was to split up the functions originally taken care of by the States of America, and assign some of them to foreign governments to take care of “for” us.
This power-sharing concession was pre-destined by the Treaties and earlier agreements that allowed for the end of The Revolutionary War. In other words, these concessions and promises to share power with the British King and the Holy Roman Empire were obligations our Forefathers accepted as part of the Peace Negotiations and the Constitutions that resulted — Federal, Territorial, and Municipal — were simply the instruments used to implement the pre-existing deal.
So, the States of America remained the fundamental Federal Service Provider as we came out of the Constitutional Convention, and as of 1787, The Constitution for the united States of America, emerged as “the Federal Constitution”. That is, this is the Constitution creating the Federal Branch of the Federal Government.
Though its powers and turf were battered and beaten in this process. the States of America was still a very potent force, with responsibility for the nation’s money and many other key services.
As we have learned in the prior articles about the Union of soil jurisdiction states, and the Federation of States and the Confederation of States of States, there are fundamental misunderstandings and semantic deceits we need to overcome—things that we have been taught that were wrong, things that were half-truths, and assumptions that we made that need correction.
The first consideration is that the word “states” can refer to a lot of different things and we should not just assume that our geographically defined States are being referenced, because people often sloppily refer to “States of States” as “States”, too, and don’t always understand that actual States are defined geographically.
The second is that the word “federal” can be similarly misapplied. It can refer to our Federation of States doing business as The United States of America, or it can refer to some other “federation” entirely.
The worst bit of confusion of this sort surrounds the Federal States of States, which have also been called “Confederate States” since The Articles of Confederation were signed in 1781.
We need a thorough understanding of the Federal States of States, aka, Confederate States, before we discuss the American Civil War.
The first thing we notice is that “Confederate States” also known as the Federal States of States have been around since long before the Civil War. This comes as a big surprise to most people.
The second thing we notice is that these Federal States of States, also known as “Confederate States” are “inchoate” states, that is, they are total legal fictions and they are not geographically defined.
The third thing we see is that The States of States are commercial corporations created by the State Governments. Each Federal State of State is chartered and run by a State. Georgia chartered The State of Georgia, for example.
The fourth important thing is that the original Federal States of States were all named using the same style of Proper Name and they all capitalized “The” and included this definite article as part of their names: The State of Georgia, The State of Maine, The State of Minnesota…..and so on.
The fifth important point is that all these Federal States of States, also known as Confederate States, were members of the States of America union— one of the three unions of “states” making up the original American Government as of 1781.
For All The State Jural Assemblies Part 31 – Mandatory Citizenship Requirements By Anna Von Reitz
As we have learned and reviewed to this point, the American Government is composed of three unions of three different kinds of states: soil, land, and inchoate Federal States of States.
The United States = soil jurisdiction states and people, geographically defined, republican states, State Republics and Republics of States.
The United States of America = international land jurisdiction States and People, geographically defined, members are Ohio, Maine, Florida, et alia.
The State Jural Assemblies create and operate and populate these geographically defined States of the Union and together constitute “We, the People”.
The States of America = global municipal jurisdiction States of States, not geographically defined, “inchoate”, legal fictions, members are: The State of Ohio, The State of Maine, The State of Florida, et alia.
These are not States in the same sense as land and soil jurisdiction States. They are commercial corporations operating in the global municipal jurisdiction of the air as “States of States”.
The Persons operating these “States of States” create State of State Jural Societies instead of State Jural Assemblies.
The land and soil jurisdiction States require us to have a single citizenship and allegiance — to them. They don’t allow any form of Dual Citizenship and never have.
The Founders adhered to the principle that ‘no man can serve two masters” and did not allow conflicted people (people with conflicts of interest, such as loyalty to the King) to participate in State Government.
Thus, obviously, you do need to expatriate from any other citizenship if you want to participate in a State Jural Assembly.
And if you want to continue to claim Dual Citizenship as a Federal employee or dependent, you are welcome to set up a State Jural Society, and operate in that realm and continue to do the political party hokey-pokey.
America as a whole needs help from both sides of the fence, but there is a fence, and we need to be aware of it.
One of the most important things to remember is that in America and for purpose of the American Government, the word “interstate” is completely synonymous with the word “international”. This is because each State is in fact its own country and its own nation.
For the sake of streamlining certain functions and creating uniformity in some areas to bulwark our strength (such as military operations and expenses) and to expedite free trade (such as interstate banking services) our States have agreed to act together as members of an unincorporated Federation of States known as The United States of America — but each and every “power” that this Holding Company has or can delegate derives from the member States and powers which they intrinsically possess. And the member States remain sovereign.
As we saw, the national soil jurisdiction is controlled by unincorporated republican states which are members of The United States.
The international jurisdiction is controlled by unincorporated States which are members of The United States of America, a Federation of States
The international jurisdiction controlled by your State has three components, air, land, and sea.
We have discussed the international land jurisdiction of the States briefly and described it generally as the thick layer of rock and material underlying the top six inches of soil. Land obviously includes your State’s mineral and groundwater resources. The international land jurisdiction of your State is also
able to appear in some contexts above the soil — as it does when we build railroads and post roads and post offices and interstate highways and interstate electrical services.
These are transit lanes and service stations on land analogous to sea lanes and docks in the jurisdiction of the sea– resulting in routes and infrastructure that have been created to deliver interstate/international or global services within your State. Because this interstate/international infrastructure is within the borders of your State such facilities remain under State control, but because of their international nature and their role as part of the connecting service web other States depend on, they fall under your State’s international land jurisdiction and function under international law.
Both the railroads and the post offices have been used to promote various in-roads against local law and control. Many States have allowed these foreign international entities to exercise the right of Eminent Domain, for example, which allows them to “condemn” public and private property –essentially commandeering it– to allow construction of infrastructure.