By Anna Von Reitz
I usually talk about America, but today, let’s talk about Britain where all this duplicitous wordplay and fraud began. I suggest this because something about the oddity of the British names makes the fraud more visible to my eyes and I suspect the same will be true for other Americans.
First, a note about British land and sovereignty nomenclature for Americans from Graham Phillips, British journalist, researcher, historian and author, quoted from The Lost Tomb of King Arthur—
“Strictly speaking, the term Britain refers just to England and Wales; it derives from Britannia, the Latin name of the province established by the Romans, which covered the parts of the British Isles they occupied.”
And, “Great Britain” which includes Scotland, did not exist as a single nation until 1707, while the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland” did not come into existence until 1801, after the British annexed Ireland. From the time Southern Ireland gained its independence in 1922, and formed the Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom—or UK for short—now consists of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.”
This gives you not only a handy reference to know what “England” is apart from “Britain” but neatly describes the process the Brits have used to create new nations out of the same few scraps of island land. Divide up the acres differently, call it by an old historic name, or slap a new name on it—-and Presto! Change-O! — we have a new nation, a separate legal entity, with its own government, its own citizenry, and its own taxation system of course.
Here’s another good example of it taken from the Wikipedia description of a town in Wales:
“The town is in the unitary authority of Gwynedd which was formed in 1996. From 1974 to 1996 it was in the Meirionydd District of the 1974 County of Gwynedd, and before 1974 it was in the historic county of Merionethshire.”
Please note that this undefined thing called a “unitary authority of Gwynedd”— which means whatever “unitary authority” means “apart from or belonging to” another undefined entity, “Gwynedd”—was “formed” in 1996. We are not told by whom or by what authority or under what form of law this new “unitary authority” was created, but we can safely deduce that it has nothing to do with the old land jurisdiction county of Merionethshire where people still actually live.
Next, we are told that from 1974 to 1996— when “Gwynedd” became a “unitary authority”—the same town that hasn’t moved an inch since it was established in the Stone Age— was magically “in the Meirionydd District of the 1974 County of Gwynedd”.
We are told that for 22 years prior to its new existence “in the unitary authority of Gwynedd”, it was “in the Meirionydd District of the 1974 County of Gwynedd”.
Are we to understand that this town is like an olive being plucked out of one molded cream cheese salad and plunked down in another every twenty years?
And what is a “1974 County of Gwynedd”? Is there a new “County of Gwynedd” every year—– as in 1974 County of Gwynedd, 1975 County of Gwynedd, 1976 County of Gwynedd…..?
The Welsh people, like the Americans, are obviously putting up with this nonsense.
Last, but not least tellingly, we are told, “before 1974 it was in the historic county of Merionethshire”.
This is the same town. The same rocks. The same trees, The same people. It has been there on the same plot of land since Neolithic times, but according to the batshit crazy and corrupt British government, it has been hopping around like a Scottish Fire Dancer “in” and apparently “out” of one “historic county” and into a “county of” and then into a “unitary authority”.
One wonders when everyone in the entire world is going to wake up and say, “Where are the straight jackets?”
The Queen, the Lord Mayor, the members of Parliament, and a great many lesser public officials have lost their minds. They think they can rename something and transmute it into something new and different.
We know what our counties are and we don’t consider them “historic” as in “past tense”, and we don’t recognize any authority of any privately owned governmental services corporation calling itself the “county of” our county changing our county names, and we most certainly never agreed to be part of a “unitary authority”.
So explain this gobbledygook in plain common language, without any lawyer tricks or excuses?
Every time they change the name of the political subdivision, they create a new legal fiction entity— which allows them to bankrupt or roll over or hypothecate debt against the old one. And, of course, none of these named entities actually exist.
The town exists. Merionethshire exists as described land with known borders. Wales, the country, described as land with known borders, exists.
None of the rest of this whole roster of Babel does. There is no “unitary authority of Gwynedd”—it’s just a bunch of filthy corrupt bureaucrats and their creditors working a fraud against the unsuspecting Welshmen.
There is no “Meirionydd District of the 1974 County of Gwynedd”.
It’s all fiction. Cooked books. Nonsense. They are crooks trying to sell and/or tax the same scrap of land over and over and over by giving it a different name.
And we are stupid enough to fall for this? Hello? All of us?
They not only change the names, they change the descriptions of land.
There is a street address, such as 597 Market Street.
And then there is a lot and block address: Lot 27, Block 91 Cypress Hills Subdivision.
And then there is the metes and bounds description: The ½ of the Northeast ¼ of the Southwest ¼ of the Northwest ¼ of the……
And there are the GPS coordinates….
And every time these shysters recalibrate or rename or renumber or issue a new plat survey, they pretend that the same land is magically different and in some other box, belonging to other corporate entities that all claim that they have the authority (given to them by you, no less) to tax you into oblivion.
Typically, the address “597 Market Street” is said to “belong” to a town or city because they made up the name and the number— and they tax that name, even though they don’t actually own the property at that address or have any valid contract with the landlord.
And, typically, the Lot and Block description belongs to a foreign international municipality squatting on your land without your knowledge or consent. They tax you, too, though they have no contract and no right to do so, either.
And the metes and bounds belongs to the county or the state or both and they all tax you, too.
And now the “United Nations” is getting geared up to identify your private land holdings by GPS coordinates and tax you for that, too.
It is all fraud by government corporations and their subcontractors and their creditors— and we have let them get away with this fleecing game for so long that they think they own us and our property.
Time for a change and for many, many small acts by billions of people.
Why don’t we go into the local land recording office and change the address of our property to something that we make up ourselves? Instead of “597 Market Street” change it to something like “Branchflower Management Unit A”?
And then send them a bill for our maintenance services at the old address?
As for me, I think I shall start calling myself “Lady Flamolori del Chesa” © and using a signature composed of nothing but X’s and O’s….
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