The Other Guys and We, the Cows
By Anna Von Reitz
August 1st 2017
For the Federales, both Territorial and Municipal, that Congress in DC is legitimate. The "U.S." has always been run as a corporation and the Municipal "US" has been operated as a corporation since 1878. Within its own sphere, then, the "United States Congress" is acting legally.
The problem is that we have been misled to think that it is something it's not. It is not operating as the "United States in Congress Assembled". It is not representing all the people and it is not competent to do so.
So in effect, we have been disenfranchised if we don't want to join their club, and have to instead for our own Congress act in behalf of the land jurisdiction owed to the actual states and people.
You continue to misrepresent their action as being something wrong and criminal, when in fact, it is our inaction which is the actual big problem.
They have not prevented us from organizing our county jural assemblies and operating our lawful government. We have no cause to complain because they have operated theirs.
Now what is needed is precisely what I have said all along--- people need to organize their county jural assemblies, organize their county governments, organize their states, and eventually call a Continental Congress. Boot up your own lawful government.
Stop worrying about what "the other guy" is doing and stop participating in their elections and stop letting them presume upon you to pay their debts and obey their private statutory laws.
You all have the key to your own prison cell. Make use of it. The Michigan General Jural Assembly is standing ready and willing to help you get your lawful county government organized and on its feet. It's your responsibility to get your own records straightened out and your own county functioning.
There is a national call in show at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time every Thursday night: 1-712-770-4160, access code to merge onto the call is: 226823#.
They also offer help at their website http://1stmichiganassemly.info and have a hotline from 2 to 7pm Monday through Thursday---- call 1-989-450-5522.