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    Re: Anna von Reitz: Answers to Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigjon View Post
    Why would I use your terms?
    Just 'cause you have none of your own?

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    I believe the agenda began with The Declaration of Independence.
    Perhaps it began sooner with the circumstances that led up to the Declaration of Independence? You might look at the ethnic mix of people in the New England area. The Irish have always been at odds with the English and if not the English then anyone who would care to exchange blows.

    Merchants routinely adulterated liquor during that period. If it didn't kill you it made you irrational.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigjon View Post
    And those terms are well defined.
    If this were 1776 you would likely be correct. The Public Fool system has been successful in modifying the English language. That is why you need to nail down the definition of words before you rely upon them.

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    Re: Anna von Reitz: Answers to Questions

    Anna von Reitz
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    Helpful Analogies for President Trump and the General Staff
    Imagine a checkerboard. Everyone knows it is called a "checkerboard" and that a game called "Checkers" is played on it, but, the same board can also be used to play another game, called "Chess".

    Now imagine that for some reason, you have been confused all your life about which game is which, and when someone wants to play "Checkers" you bring out the Chess pieces, and when someone wants to play "Chess" you bring out the Checkers pieces.

    That's the kind of confusion that has had our government running amok for 150 years. It's the same gameboard, but.....

    Now imagine that there is a 30 story office building, and the first eighteen floors are serviced by one set of elevators, and the floors 19 through 30 are serviced by another set of elevators.

    If you work on any of the floors numbered 1-18 you always use the elevators on the left, and if you work on the floors numbered 19-30, you always use the elevators on the right. Now pretend that for some reason nobody ever crosses over, the people from floors 1-18 never visit floors 19-30, and vice versa.

    That's the way the Office of the President is. Mr. Trump can function on Floors 1-18 or he can put on another hat and function on Floors 19-30. But, if he wants to, if he is wise, he can access all 30 floors simply by using both sets of elevators.

    This is the kind of barrier that has kept generations of American Presidents from accessing and exercising the full range of powers available to them.

    Now imagine that all your employer's actual physical assets are on Special Deposit in Bank A and all your paper debts and loans are lodged with Bank B.

    Now pretend that Bank A decides to steal your employer's assets by deceit and colludes with Bank B in this endeavor, so that Bank B calls in your loans while Bank A makes up excuses for not giving your employers access to their own assets-- rendering your employers unable to pay you, and you unable to pay your debt to Bank B.

    This situation then gives the false appearance that both you and your employers are insolvent debtors and forces your company into bankruptcy, whereupon "Bankruptcy Trustees" assigned by Bank B take over control of your operations and further pillage and control your operations for the benefit of Bank B while Bank A gleefully sits on the sidelines and makes use of your employers' gold, silver, and other actual assets to benefit itself.

    This is, of course, criminal activity on the part of both banks and they should both be addressed as crime syndicates, placed under new management or liquidated.

    However, bringing them to justice at your current level of operations is impossible, because you are operating as an incorporated entity--- and as a bankrupt corporation at that.

    Even if you boot up a new corporation, it has no new assets to operate upon, so has to borrow from Bank C to get a foothold and is in debt from Day One. And the leadership of the new corporation is still stuck dealing with the bankruptcy of the old corporation and its trustees.

    Sound familiar?

    So why are you operating as incorporated entities at all?

    By working with the actual States and People that you are supposed to be working for instead of dealing with crooked bankers who are playing both ends against the middle, you can operate in unincorporated (sovereign) capacity, and solve the problem.

    Arrest the criminals at Bank A and either liquidate their corporation or place it under new management, and thereby expedite your employer's access to their own assets.

    Your employer's assets--- which are actual gold and silver and gems, not airy-fairy stuff made of paper, are now accessible ---or to use banker jargon, are "recallable" as a result.

    Your actual employers then pay off any actual and valid debts owed to the criminals at Bank B, and send their odious bankruptcy trustees packing.

    We, the unincorporated Federation of States doing business as The United States of America, have the absolute right under international law to regulate and control all foreign banks operating on our shores and also any banks that are chartered or asset-backed under our delegated authority.

    That means just about all of them are at our mercy and either belong to us outright or are subject to us when we put on our Come to Jesus hat.

    With the return of the Delegated Powers, The United States of America [Unincorporated] is in direct control of commercial banks and corporations on our shores. And we have the right to liquidate any bank, any corporation, any agency run as a corporation, that is being operated in any unlawful or criminal manner at all.

    This means the Federal Reserve, this means the IRS, this means the BLM, this means Target, this means General Electric--- all corporations are subject to us and if they are operated by criminals for criminal purposes, it does not matter how large, how old, how necessary or how powerful they may be.

    All these corporations are nothing but a group of people, assets, and some paper organized to provide a lawful product or service.

    If they are being misdirected by criminals and operating in a criminal or harmful fashion detrimental to the States and People of this country, the criminals need to be removed and new managers put in place. If a corporation continues a pattern of criminal mismanagement it needs to be liquidated, its assets sold off to satisfy its victims and its stockholders --- in that order.

    When corporations harm our States and our People, we pull their charters, arrest their officers, and seize their assets.

    This is as true of the banks as it is for any other corporation.

    There may be fears that this is "bad for business", but in the end --- as Iceland proves -- it is far better for business when people know that they can depend on the banks to be run honestly and depend on the government of this country to protect their assets against criminals in suits.

    So, come on up to the 19th Floor, Mr. Trump. Bring Joe Dunford with you

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    Re: Anna von Reitz: Answers to Questions

    Anna von Reitz
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    More Pollocks Needed
    Let's start with the Polish farmer's answer --- "I have ten daughters. You can't scare me."

    But let's also admit that being Grandma for the whole world --- more than 200 children calling themselves "countries" --- is a scary proposition.

    A carpenter views the world in terms of hammer and nails. A doctor views it in terms of disease and health. A Grandma views it in terms of children.

    As any parent who has had to deal with more than one child at once can confirm, the first thing you notice is what?

    Oh, they are all different.

    The second thing is?

    They all have their own needs.

    The third thing is?

    I don't have all the answers or talents or materials to fulfill all these needs.

    That pretty much sums up the parent's dilemma worldwide and at all scales, including being Grandma to the whole world.

    Now, this may sound odd, but I view war as an attention-seeking behavior.

    When I look at history and spin the globe, I see it in terms of erring children trying to get their share.

    Let's look at the countries that have started the most wars, shall we? They fall into two groups: those that are small and embattled and don't have enough resources, and those that are large and rich in natural resources, but lacking natural borders.

    As representatives of the first group we have England, Israel, and Japan.
    England and Japan are small island nations surrounded by the sea, lacking enough arable ground and other materials to sustain themselves without trade. Israel is also small and lacking sufficient natural resources, only instead of being surrounded by the sea, it is surrounded by hostile neighbors. Yikes!

    In the second group we have the examples of Germany and the Congo in central Africa. These are relatively large and resource-rich nations, but they have amorphous arbitrary borders and a long history of contracting and expanding like amoebas, causing bloodshed as they do so.

    Often, the neediest children in a family are the oldest, and as a result, they are the most likely to give into attention-seeking behavior, just when the embattled parent is most depending on them. They also become experts at quid pro quo bargaining.

    "Ah, Mom, I helped you get the three younger kids on the bus, fed the dogs, raked the yard, and took Aunt Sue to her doctor's appointment..... now, about that new saxophone....."

    It's the same way with countries. Dealing with the old monarchies of Europe is very much like bargaining with an oldest daughter over a Prom Dress.

    If we want to avoid war, we need to deal with these realities. We need to make sure that Israel, England, and Japan can live comfortably without starting a war. We need to help countries like Germany and the Congo to feel safe and complete within their borders.

    In Asia and Africa, where the actual oldest countries are, it's different because a different level of maturity has been reached. The hard edges of need and ego have been buffed and rounded.

    These countries know who they are, know who their neighbors are, know what their challenges are, are confident in their abilities, know their limitations, and contribute as adults.

    They are hard to provoke into a war for the same reason that a forty year-old is less volatile than a teenager, but if they go to war, they are far more dangerous because they aren't doing it to get attention or to create a deal-making situation to get their needs met.

    They are doing it to kill or be killed. This is why tiny Vietnam could stymie France and bring the U.S. to a standstill.

    So it is four o'clock in the morning.... somewhere in my memory, I am aware that it is time to get up and feed the cows. My dog is hopeful, trying to convince me that he is a cow. I am shaking my head and thinking about Poland.

    Poland, like Germany, has no natural borders to speak of. Like Germany, Poland's historical borders have shifted and re-shuffled many times. Unlike Germany, Poland has an admirable record of keeping the peace. Why?

    Like the middle child, Poland has to shoulder in between Germany and Russia and make sense of it all, and Poland does that.

    Germany may be brilliant, but Poland is wise.

    Russia may have all the latest tech, but Poland knows the value of a good outhouse.

    At the end of the day, a little vodka and some polka music makes the world a better place.

    Me thinks we could all learn a lot from the Pollocks about what is truly valuable and how to keep the peace.

    So, I have ten daughters, a herd of cows, and slightly more than 200 countries to feed and care for. And yes, it is still dark every morning when I get up.

    I am looking for a few good Pollocks to help me out here.

    We need peacekeepers who are comfortable with being at peace, self-sufficient, self-respecting, and willing to nurture the rest of the world because they come from a position of inner strength. We need to observe and learn from all the people and countries that keep the peace and who value peace, because it is not enough to enshrine peace as some airy-fairy ideal.

    The time has come to make peace a living, breathing reality, and not be distracted from the goal just because a queen or emperor has an ego-driven meltdown or a neighboring country can't pay its gas bill.

    When the small and vulnerable countries throw tantrums, we need to recognize their needs the same way we recognize it when a baby needs changing. When one of the larger "border-less" countries gets confused, we need to help them find workable definitions the same way we help teenagers find their identity.

    Through it all we need to act as a family and be aware that we are part of a family -- the family of Mankind. Just step back for a moment and view the world as a Grandmother.

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