By Anna Von Reitz
I guess I didn’t make this clear enough to everyone and need to explain that the legal presumptions about Americans and their political status have just been flip-flopped as a result of our directions to the bankruptcy court.
Instead of us all having to prove that we are not federal employees nor dependents, they have to prove that we are.
The standards they have to meet are stipulated in the Judicial Notice of Claim dated June 29. They can no longer just “presume” that you are either a Territorial or Municipal citizen or both.
Although it is certainly good to get your own affairs straight and surrender the federal PERSONS and expatriate on the public record from these old claims against you, they are old claims and the basis for them has been shot through the heart.
It is also important for everyone to know that the Cestui Que Vie trusts are being liquidated—- either in bankruptcy for actual federal employees and dependents, or in probate for everyone else.
This was forced by the UNITED STATES bankruptcy. Their plan was to discharge all the debts of the federal PERSONS entirely in bankruptcy, which would confirm their claim that we are all Territorial or Municipal citizens and pave the way for them to them to claim all our assets.
We prevented that. They must now regroup and provide the probate option which not only wipes away the debts of all federal PERSONS, but also returns your birthright estate to you, free and clear.
Obviously, this is a very recent turn of events and there are no instant answers, but the process coming out of this should be much simpler and easier for everyone concerned.
Most likely there will be two kinds of “Treasury Direct Accounts”—- one for federal employees and dependents and one for American nationals, both of which will be used to discharge debts— one through bankruptcy and the other through probate.
Stay tuned for more information as this plays out.
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