posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 07:38 PM
The only LAW that we have in the US is our Constitution and British common law. British common law is a very old tradition of laws that was passed
down to us while we were still a colony and after we gained our independence. Though, there are a lot of people out there who still think we are a
British Colony and have written books about it. I'm not very knowledgable about this part of the, dare we call it "conspiracy," but British common
law contains the law necessary to create this corporation.
USC = United States Code
"United States" means - (A) a federal corporation...28 USC 3002(15), Ch. 176. It is clear that the United States...is a corporation... 534 FEDERAL
SUPPLEMENT 724. The United States of America is a corporation endowed with the capacity to sure and be sued, to convey and receive property. 1 Marsh
Dec. 177, 181. Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 5th Ed.
The United States Government is a Foreign Corporation with respect to a State. Black's 6th.
The "United States" is a corporation created on February 21, 1871 under the name "District of Columbia," 16 Stat. 419 Chap. 62 (reorganized June
11, 1878) The "United States" is a bankrupt organization and a de facto government (not just and lawful).
From 1786 to 1789 the United States were a confederation; after 1789 it was a federal nation.
Notice that between 1786 and 1789 the United States was plural, United -- States. After that it became singular "United States" as a name.
British common law established the practices of the state, and is derived from past cases in Britain (some even before America was discovered) that
describe what system of law we will have. The only thing that can supercede common law is what is defined in our constitution. But there are two
distinct constitutions, the one that the US Corp. uses is missing the 13th amendment prescribed in the original constitution. The 13th amendment
states that no person of this country can bear a foreign title of nobility. This would ultimately bar lawyers who are agents of the British crown.
The US no longer institutes law but instead the corporate policy in the USC and UCC.
On a side note, British common law ultimately derives from Roman Civil Law.
[edit on 16-11-2004 by Jamuhn]