By Anna Von Reitz
The prize goes to my friend, Tom, a long-distance trucker based out of Phoenix, Arizona. You gotta watch those truckers. They have a lot of time on their hands to just sit and think….
Many good theories were proposed, many people drawing a connect between the old Roman Republic and the Municipal Government, but still, nothing very conclusive in terms of any official singular “Republic” associated with any level of our Government.
Until Tom said to himself…. well, what else is missing that should be there?
The original Confederation of Federal States-of-States is missing. And sure enough, if you dig around a bit, you find that the Confederation of States was sometimes referred to as the “Federal Republic”.
We still have to be very careful to define what we are talking about.
Just because there was once “a” Federal Republic doesn’t mean that there is one now, and it doesn’t mean that any organization calling itself “the” Republic has any relationship to the original Federal Republic, either.
It all depends on how such an organization is structured, what its articles are, what its purposes and leadership and ownership interests are. Is it American?
Is it really our Federal Republic being restored? Or another look-alike, sound-alike Ringer trying to sneak in the back door?
Obviously, a French commercial corporation calling itself “The Republic of the United States of America” is no more our Federal Republic than a Scottish commercial corporation calling itself “The United States of America, Incorporated” is our Federation of States.
And any foreign government infringing on our copyrights and promoting any such confusion needs to have its ass kicked, Mr. President.
We’ve been fooled before with this kind of hooliganism and con artistry.
As we have seen, a lot of fraud has been based on similar names deceits in the past and the same Bad Actors are most likely to try to pull the same.
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