I'm curious about the paperwork sent to the Hague. Does anyone have any more information on that? I tried doing a bit of googling but I'm coming up
short, however I'm not totally sure where to look either.
I listened to both vids posted here, as well as some others on the freedomreigns.us site and from what I gather this is how it's going down (please
correct me if I'm wrong, this stuff isn't my strong point.)
Paperwork Process and the Hague (This is especially the part I'd like conformation on)
So it sounds like if you own land, or if you are a state (this part seemed kinda vagueish to me) you have the ability to draft a declaration of
independence, as long as it conforms to everything up to the 13th amendment. Along with this declaration, each state also has to have a number of
members willing to vouch for the paperwork. As of now they have the paperwork done for all 50 states, however they still need people from a few
states here and there to sign, basically. They say that once this paperwork process is complete it sets the government back to the original
constitution. (I hope I'm using the right terms here...civics has never been my strong point)
Is it possible we can find this paper trail with the Hague itself? I mean if what he's saying is true, it has to be there somewhere, it's a
notification process. So....where is the notification? Interestingly, I emailed them at freedomreigns asking if they could provide it, or links to
it, and all they did was send me a link to a freedomreigns radio-show. They never did address the issue I asked about in the show. (Though to be
fair, I was having some issues with the link they sent me. I had to take a round about way of finding the recording on the site, it's possible I got
the wrong episode or something.)
A side note of the radioshow. From what I gather, this show is presented by the people who started drafting the paperwork needed to send to the
Hague. I believe they use (for the most part) their real names, so it's possible to do more digging in that respect. It's not super professional, but
it's possible they don't have the unlimited funds needed to do something with all the bells and whistles.
The Military and locking up "The bad guys"
Now from what I can understand of this it sounds like these dudes who were sitting around drafting "the plan" to take out the Illuminati bad guys had
one problem. They can't legally do it. From what it sounds like they needed civilian authorization to enact this plan they had come up with. That's
where this whole nation state paperwork thing seems to come in. If I'm hearing this right, it sounds like he is saying that by each state in essence
declaring it's independence from the "corporate government" as he puts it. That gives the military civilian authority to go authorize federal
marshals who in turn authorize the local police to arrest these guys. It sounds like it's not actually the military making the arrests, it's the
police doing it with the backup of the military if necessary.
After listening to about 7-8 hours of this I'm still not sure where I stand on the subject. There are some key issues I'd like to clear up. I'd feel
a lot better about it if I knew more about this Hague paperwork process, and what it entails and if it's legit. I don't feel that Drake is a bad guy,
but I've been accused of being gullible before. At this point I will wait and watch and do more digging on the matter. I'll let you all know if I
find anything interesting.
Also, I just have to say it. David Wilcock makes it really, really hard to listen to a 3 hour interview. But I did it. The second vid posted is
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