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Legal avenues. If we are the shareholders in this corporation, which has clearly bankrupted itself and us in the process, then we must have the right, under corporate law, even international law, to fire them all, never mind elections.
If we are not shareholders and are instead sovereign citizens of our own states, are we obligated to follow any of the laws created by this corporation, nor the body of international law that it follows, outside of the 10 square mile area it has jurisdiction over; nor any of the international ‘treaties’ it purports to sign on our behalf? As sovereign citizens of our states, can we file suit against this corporation, which has illegally usurped the organic Constitution of the United States?
Starve and Ignore the Corporation. Think of all the ways this could be done, and how effective it could be if even 5% of the population woke up to the sham! That’s 16 million people; 2 million of us were in DC last September. What would happen if they threw a law and NO ONE complied? Let’s see, that’s 16,000 IRS agents with new shotguns versus 290 million armed American citizens. Alrighty then.
Why was Virginia’s vote of ratification on March 12, 1819, rejected, hidden, and finally suppressed?
Because, in those days, “Esquire” was a title of honor granted by the British Bar under the sovereign authority of his majesty. How many politicians today would support a bill that would not only throw them out of office, but also strip them of their citizenship? Does the number zero come to mind?
How many people serving in the general government at that time, held the title of Esquire? The list is fairly long. Not only did these people not want to lose their jobs and citizenship, but they also knew that it would cripple the central government for many months, if not years due to all the new election processes and legal challenges that would take place. This would of course cost a lot of money as well. Money the central government did not want to spend.