posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 10:26 PM
I have said it time and time again but anyone who takes the time to read the Treaty of Paris that established the United States after the
Revolutionary War and researches the words and titles used, and then can take honest note that the treaty is being dictated to us by the English King
and what and how it is being dictated will likely conclude nothing was won in the Revolutionary War but the right to incoporate as a franchise.
In the opening Paragraph of the Treaty the King reserves the right to be the United States Prince Elector (a Holy Roman Empire Title meaning one has
the power to appoint an emperor, prince or King for the Empire) and to also be our treasurer!
It is also pretty apparent when you read the treaty literally and thats how treaties are meant to be read as that is how they are written that the
King's main power is not dirived from being the English King but by being a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman
Empire, and Arch Treasurer of the Holy Roman Empire.
This is the King's full title note the first, note the last.
It having pleased the Divine Providence to dispose the hearts of the most serene and most potent Prince George the Third, by the grace of God,
king of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith, duke of Brunswick and Lunebourg, arch- treasurer and prince elector of the Holy
Roman Empire etc., and of the United States of America
You can see how right in the treaty that he delcares himself to the prince elector of the United States (he choses who will be President, and that he
is the arch-Treasurer of the United States, he controls our money.
This is a legal binding treaty by the way people.
While on the surface it appears through stories like the OP's post that it's England controlling us or ruling over us secretly, I contend that just
as the title suggests all roads lead to Rome, and the English Monarch derives their power over us via Rome and the power that Rome gives them.
Most people disagree with me on this but I truly believe we are an incoproated state of the Roman Empire.
Treaty of Paris