I used Judge Anna's guide in finding this....It simply says as I have always believed that if you are not the Posterity of a signer of the united states constitution then you are and will remain without power or rights. The Constitution was written for the few......and I am sure Anna knows this.....
You are NOT a signatory to the compact or the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America and “they” did not “pledge” for you…”they” did it for “their” posterity. You think that some “colonists” had some right? Then, why did the colonists not participate in any election or any “vote”? During the third presidential election why did only ten governors vote? I will tell you why….”the colonists” had no voice. These men were “proprietors” of company…the East India Company being the “Grand Corporation” with its “red, white, and blue” striped flag.
“We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”
So, who did the “establishing and ordaining”???? It was “the People” of the “United States” who “ordained and established” THEIR Con-stitution FOR the United States of America.
Someone established rules and regulations for someone else. The one doing the stablishing and ordaining is in the SUPERIOR POSITION.
Where did they get the authority to do this? Easy: Article 6 clause 1….they assumed the debt repayment assurance of the United States of America to payback the debt to the King….PERIOD.
The word: Country means “to count trees”. It was the “count of the trees” or “The Rent of the Woods” that was an accounting procedure of the Exchequer in the Virginia Company and the East India Company.
You have no rights in the United States, because you are an American debtor under the 14th Amendment. The U.S.A. is bankrupt and has been since the drafting of the Treaty of Paris.