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Concerning the Original Federal Constitution and the States of America

International Public Notice: Concerning the Original Federal
Constitution and the States of America By Anna Von Reitz 

There is a general misunderstanding abroad in the world regarding our original Federal Constitution adopted in 1787, called The Constitution for the united States of America. The word "united" is used here as a descriptive adjective and is not part of the name, "States of America", which is the name of the American business entity being awarded the constitutional service contract with the States. The business name "States of America" was adopted for use by the Founders of our country very early on; it appears during The War of Independence and was used along with "the United States" and "The United States of America" as the doing business as name of the Confederation of States from 1781 to 1861. Thus, the original Federal Constitution adopted in 1787 only served to define the parts and functions of an American Subcontractor and Service Provider operated by the original Confederation of States, dba States of America. This particular Service Provider was popularly known as The Federal Republic. The American Federal Republic stopped functioning in April of 1861, along with the Confederation of States, which was responsible for the Federal Republic's operations. Anyone who says anything different is either ignorant, a liar, a cheat, or some combination of all three. We, the Americans, never lived under any Constitution; it's our Federal Employees who lived -- and still live -- under the Federal Constitutions. We, the Americans, live under The Unanimous Declaration of Independence, instead. We are the Principals holding the other end of the purse-string establishing all three Constitutions. The American Federal Subcontractor run by the States of America (the doing business name of the Confederation of States) had its own separate foreign population of Americans who chose to adopt United States Citizenship under the terms and conditions specified by the first Immigration and Naturalization Act. INA 1 established a lengthy process by which Americans could adopt this special form of Federal Citizenship. Last time we looked, this process was summarized as Revised United States Statute-at-Large 2561. All Federal Employees under the Constitutional System are classed as citizens of one form or another and inhabit a separate and foreign jurisdiction from the rest of our population. United States Citizens worked for the Confederation of States doing business as the States of America and provided the workforce of The Federal Republic; they provided their services under "The Constitution for the united States of America" until 1861 when the Confederation itself shut down for lack of a quorum to conduct business. U.S. Citizens worked for the British Territorial Subcontractor doing business as the United States of America (later dba "the United States of America, Incorporated") and provided services under The Constitution of the United States of America. The citizens of the United States worked for the third Subcontractor under The Constitution of the United States awarded to the Holy Roman Empire and its Successors. There were three Federal Subcontractors and three Constitutions and three kinds of Federal citizenry. Now some people, President Trump among them, are talking about restoring "the original Constitution" of 1787, but they don't have the standing to actually do that. President Trump is the CEO of the United States of America, Incorporated, a British Territorial Corporation staffed by British Territorial U.S. Citizens; self-evidently, they don't have the standing to restore our American Federal Republic, nor can they restore The Constitution for the united States of America. Only the States of the Union and their State Citizens who created these Constitutions and adopted them in the first place, can restore them. No Federal Employee can do this. If Mr. Trump tried to restore the "missing" Constitution as the President of "the United States of America, Incorporated", he would only be substituting a British Territorial for-profit Governmental Services Corporation for the actual American Subcontractor owed to our States and People. He would be creating a British Territorial version of our American Federal Republic, and passing it off as such. Make no mistake: our Federation of States which was the Delegator of all powers delegated under the Federal Constitutions remains active and our member States are the Principals competent to Reconstruct both the Confederation and The Federal Republic. We are the only competent stand-in for the Confederation and The Federal Republic and our member States are the only States competent to act in International and Global jurisdictions on behalf of this country and its people. Neither the British Territorial Government represented by the United States of America, Inc. nor the Holy Roman Empire Successor doing business as the United States, Incorporated, etc., have the standing to do the work of the Reconstruction, and they do not have our permission to promote their version of "a" Federal Republic as a substitute for our own. Until further notice, the functions of The Federal Republic, have returned by Operation of Law to the Delegator of the powers enumerated and delegated to it. There is no other entity with the standing, provenance, and authority to do this work in the interim. The restoration (known as "the reconstruction") is entirely the responsibility of the American States, not any foreign federal subcontractor. If Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden wish to be honorable and help expedite the process for their employers who have "returned from over the sea", it's time for them to stop spinning narratives and release our purloined assets to the lawful inheritors. Issued by: Anna Maria Riezinger, Fiduciary The United States of America In care of: Box 520994 Big Lake, Alaska April 7th 2024 


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