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JUDGE ANNA VON REITZA: FACTS OF OWNERSHIP

JUDGE ANA VON REITZ

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7-29-19

Facts of Ownership

The word "ownership" in Legalese does not denote the same thing as the popular meaning of the word.  An owner in legal terms is a custodian, a care-taker of someone else's property. 

The Federal Government is an "owner" in the legal sense of all the public land in the Western States, as an example. The actual Possessors in Being are the living people. It all actually belongs to us -- but we have all these middlemen organizations acting as "owners" and the custodians have not been competent --- and in many cases, they have not been honest.

Let me give you all an example that is important in the current situation.  The Territorial United States of America purchased the land mass of the Philippine Islands "for" us.  They used our assets to buy the land, and the Philippines became our literal property in the same sense that Alaska was purchased and became property of The United States of America. 

It's still our property.  Literally.  Just like buying a bicycle. We have the receipts and the sales agreements and that's that.  So why does nobody know this?  

In 1934, the US Congress operating in Breach of Trust, created an "independent government" for the Philippine Islands "for us", so that they could foist off their Trustee responsibility for our gold (which had been stashed there prior to all this) on this new government they created.

So they created the Government of the Philippines, and then pretended that they had no further relationship with that Government by calling it "independent".  Is a franchise "independent" of a parent corporation?

No. 

So once again we are looking at a shadow show of players acting "for" us on the world stage, often in their own self-interest, and often dishonestly.  You will also note that they play "both ends against the middle" ---- we are the actual owners and they are misrepresenting us, which results in confusion and false claims and all sorts of mis-administration at home and abroad.

The people of the Philippines think that they have an independent government because the US Congress said so, but in fact, what they have is a Territorial Government.  They also think that the land of the Philippines is theirs free and clear --- and it's not. 

People also think that aside from the Japanese attack on Attu Island in the Second World War, American holdings were untouched.  That's also not true. Everything that happened in that theater of the war affected our property assets in the region.  And still does. 

When such major historical facts are unknown or ignored, everyone concerned is left playing with half a deck.

Whose gold was cashiered in the Philippines?  Ours.  Whose assets were used to purchase the land mass of the Philippines?  Ours.   Not "the" United States.  Not "the" United States of America.

The United States of America.  Unincorporated. 

So all this is bunko of the con artist kind, the by-product of people and organizations acting "for" us in Breach of Trust and criminal collusion.   

We still own the Philippines and we own the franchises and the gold, and God knows, we have paid more than enough for it, too, both in terms of lives and assets.

It would be a Big Mistake for the US Navy to think that we have been asleep and that we don't know these facts and don't know who transported our gold to the Philippines and who orchestrated the creation of the "independent" franchise Government of the Philippines.  We know.  We have the receipts, the treaties, all the various agreements made "for" us and in our names. 

A similar go-round has been launched with the Russians making claims to own Alaska.  That's bogus, too.  They think that because "the" United States goes bankrupt or because "the" United States of America goes bankrupt, that they are in position to claim our land.  Sorry. 

The Territorial Government used our assets to buy the land mass underlying Alaska.  They bought it "in our names" and they paid for it with our money in gold.  We have the receipts.  We know what went on.  We have honored the property of the Russian Orthodox Church which was grandfathered-into these agreements and that's as far as it goes.

Alaska, like the Philippines, belongs to The United States of America. Unincorporated.

The Roman Catholic Church claims that the Creator is the actual Being in Possession to whom all the assets belong; I am prepared to go that far and agree.  I didn't create the Earth, so it isn't mine.  It isn't theirs, either.  And thus far I see no reason to trust the Bishop of Rome to be the Chief Custodian. 

No matter what else you see or believe in this melee of cross-purposes, greed, religious beliefs, cover-ups,  and so on, it is clear that the Pope and the Boys have made a tremendous hash of things in their rush to take over the world "for Jesus" by any means fair or foul. 

Killing for Christ doesn't make sense and any sane man who ever read any teaching attributed to Jesus would know that, just as oppressing and murdering and debauching people "for" America isn't credible, either. 

Like Gandhi said --- and I paraphrase broadly --- I love Jesus, but the Christians, not so much.  These purported Christians don't act like Jesus, they don't practice what they preach, and they show precious little respect or compassion for anyone else, so, what's to say about that?  It reeks of hypocrisy.  And Bad Faith. 

And so it does.

Just as "Christ" has been used to cover up and paper over Jesus and his actual teachings, "the US" has been used to cover up and paper over America and Americans.  Those operating "for" us as middlemen have had a very different set of values and agendas, which makes us look like what? 

Hypocrites.  Liars.  Thieves.  Untrustworthy bunko artists.  Or worse.

The Church itself has practiced Christian Communism as its form of government, with terrible results and corruption, just as the openly secular forms of Communism have failed.  It all sounds good, but it doesn't work.  To work such a system requires the free will acceptance of sacrificing everything to the Church, and also requires that the Church be trustworthy --- which it self-evidently is not.   No human institution is.  Such absolute power corrupts absolutely.  The ego and the base instincts take over and that's that. 

Failure to recognize the failure is what it is, is what dooms us.  It's not the mistakes we make. It's our failure to face up to our mistakes and make correction that causes the actual problems --- nothing else.  It's also what prevents us from finding answers.

The Queen and her system of things is just as bad.  They have claimed that the whole world belongs to the British Monarch by right of conquest, but their conquests are based upon criminal fraud.  Since when do the rest of us have an obligation to bow down to thugs? 

So both the priests and the monarchists are claiming to be the owners --- custodians --- of God's Property and cutting the rest of us out of the picture, when in fact, according to the Bible --- which they claim to regard as holy scripture, we are collectively the owners and custodians of God's gift to us.

And we are doing a wretched job as custodians of ourselves or anything else.

Why?  Because certain Parties have not lived up to their obligations and have not taught people to be good caretakers, have not encouraged self-government for selfish reasons, and have instead sought to create a populace of ignorant and helpless dependents in order to facilitate their own manipulation of our lives and our assets to suit themselves.

The Queen doesn't own Australia, Canada, or much of anything else.  She certainly does not own this country, though she has usurped upon us and manipulated things so as to achieve a de facto kind of coup via Breach of Trust and improper exercise of delegated power. 

With these facts about ownership in mind, let us strive to own ourselves first, and our States second, and our country third.  This is more than enough for all of us to "own" and be responsible for.  

I have a home where I live and I have a cabin where I like to live in the summer though I haven't had that opportunity for several years. 

It is an unfortunate fact of life that we can't be in two places at once.  So we can't actually own the Philippines and we can't actually own Alaska if we are in Louisiana.  There are limits to physicality and actuality that we all have to respect. 

As a result, all this talk and bargaining and claims and counter-claims is nonsense, and what we really need to do is learn to take care of ourselves, our families, our land, and what's right in front of our faces.  We need to accept what is naturally ours and give back to others what is naturally theirs.

The United States of America -- the unincorporated Federation that actually owns everything --- does not propose to steal anything from anyone, anywhere.  In the same token, we aren't going to stand here and be raped by a bunch of pirates and disloyal employees and foreign corporations acting as middlemen. Our interests are ours, bought and paid for, and we are presenting ourselves accordingly. 

Any claim that we are "dead" or defunct or incapable of operating our own business affairs is bunk.  And it has been adequately rebutted right here.

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