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Let’s Settle This Hash……

Saturday, April 29th, 2017 by

http://www.paulstramer.net/2017/04/lets-settle-this-hash.html

de jure governmentBy Anna Von Reitz

The de jure government of this country is called The United States of America (Unincorporated). It has to be unincorporated to serve as a sovereign government, because if it held a corporate charter granted by some other government, it would be subservient to that government.
Okay? Everyone got that?

During the so-called American Civil War the rats in Congress created a doppleganger entity incorporated in Britain called “The United States of America, Inc.”.
This is called “The United States of America” but it is not your de jure government. It is just a corporation granted a charter like any other British corporation.

Now we have Keith Livingway running around claiming that he basically went to a bankruptcy trustee sale and “bought” the office of “Postmaster General” out of a claim on abandonment.
He is telling everyone that this abandoned office is the land jurisdiction trustee office once held by Benjamin Franklin and that it is the land jurisdiction de jure government that he is representing.

But here’s the kicker—- Franklin held the office of Post Master (land) not Postmaster (sea) —- and on top of that, none of these quasi-military offices like “Lieutenant Governor” and “Attorney General” and “Postmaster General” even existed prior to the Civil War.

Therefore— is Keith Livingway filling Franklin’s vacated office?
No.
He is claiming to own an office in a defunct British corporation that was bankrupted in 1907—- The United States of America, Inc. He is not occupying Franklin’s [land] office which was as a “Post Master” –two words, notice? And not a “Postmaster” and not a “General” anything.
The de jure government of this country has never been incorporated and never can be incorporated. Period!

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