By Anna Von Reitz
I regularly get called upon to help people get outside their box to a vantage point where they can see the truth. I run my own Underground Railway for people to free their minds, but just like Harriet Tubman, it's not an easy ride.
Here's an example of it. I was sent a copy of this case:
In this case the Plaintiff asks the United States Supreme Court to provide declaratory relief and to restore the Original 13th Amendment and provide restitution....
Please note that this is another case of the right church and wrong pew, wrong court. You must plead a case for which relief can be granted by the court being addressed and it must be a court having jurisdiction over the subject matter. Both these requirements have been failed, so, of course the court dismisses.
What else can it do?
The 13th Amendment being referenced was added to the Federal Constitution of 1787.
This man, the Plaintiff, is seeking to restore something that was never lost— simply rendered inoperable, awaiting Reconstruction.
We know exactly where the original 13th Amendment is and we know the document it is attached to: The Constitution for the united States of America. We know that the "Titles of Nobility Amendment" (TONA) was passed by the Federal Republic Congress and ratified by the States of the Union.
So why isn't it in effect right now? And is this something that the United States Supreme Court can correct?
The Federal Republic and its Constitution ceased to operate after 1860. That's why the original 13th Amendment is dormant. That's why the flag of the Federal Republic hangs in the "struck" position in the Capitol Building and in the Chambers of the House.
The Federal Republic, like the Confederation of States that operated the Federal Republic, still awaits Reconstruction. The repopulation of the American Federal Republic —-and the restoration this Plaintiff seeks is ready to accomplish — but the Supreme Court can’t do it.
It’s like trying to use a saw as a screwdriver---if you truly understood the situation and the Parties involved.
In order for the 1787 Constitution to be restored (along with its 13th Amendment) the American Federal Republic must be Reconstructed.
In order for the Federal Republic to be restored, the Confederation of States must be restored.
And the only entities that can do the restoration work known as Reconstruction are the States of the Union.
So the order of Reconstruction goes: assemble the States of the Union and bring them into Session, rebuild the American States-of-States, restore the Confederation of these organizations, restore the Federal Republic.
The actual States have been called back into Session as of 2019 — which is what should have happened in 1865 if Lincoln and Grant had been honest men— but they weren’t and here we are, still grappling with issues leftover from the so-called Civil War.
Given that the States of the Union are the only ones that can Reconstruct both the Confederation and the Federal Republic and restore the original Federal Constitution that the TONA is part of, the hopelessness of trying to get restitution from any iteration of the United States Supreme Court is self-evident.
It’s like screaming obscenities at your neighbor because you haven’t mowed your own lawn. Somehow you think that your responsibility is his responsibility and as long as you continue in this fallacy, nothing gets done.
In fact, a stalemate is a desirable outcome, because your neighbor has every right to think you are a crazy person. How would he, could he, or should he mow your lawn for you? How is that his responsibility?
No, it's your responsibility and you just aren't owning up to it.
It’s the same way when you bring a petition like this to the Supreme Court. The Justices look at each other and shrug. They are powerless to provide you with relief from something that is the result of your own failure to act.
If you want the original 13th Amendment (and the original Federal Constitution) restored, you (we) have to assemble our States of the Union and do it yourself (ourselves). Nobody else can do it for us.
Think of it this way—-you can’t go through childbirth for me or have cancer for me; in the same way, nobody and nothing but the American people and our States of the Union can complete the Reconstruction of the American Federal Republic and the Confederation of States that once operated it.
However, in the meantime, once the States are in the General Assembly stage of coming into Session, the Federation of States can take over and do all the work pending Reconstruction. We are not dead in the water, not broke, not helpless and not confused any longer.
We simply need to do our own work and get the job done-- and stop pestering the Supreme Court about issues that lay in our own bailiwick and which are our own responsibility to fix.
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