By Anna Von Reitz
People have been plaguing me this week with questions about the name game and the current status of the NAME game. Here is an update provided by a friend in Britain and his kindly comments on the subject.
I will only add that none of these incorporated entities have anything to do with the actual country or the Federation of States dba The United States of America --- and they are all infringing upon our Common Law Copyright and in violation of international law and treaty.
Put these references in a file on your computers and/or create a hard copy for your files, too, so that you have the information straight from the English side of it.
Do not mistake these facts as any proof of any actual ownership interest in our assets by England. These facts merely bear witness to piracy by English corporations and Breach of Trust by the British Government.
And next time someone asks you who or what THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (LTD.) is, you will have the answer at your fingertips, ready to "prove" the issue to any Doubters left on the planet.
See the attachment at: http://annavonreitz.com/usaidentityandfraudfromengland.pdf
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URGENT NOTE FROM ANNA:
The most urgent thing people need to do besides cleaning up their own political status records is organize their county level jural assemblies. Toward that end, would you please put a box somewhere on the website prominently displaying the contact info for the Michigan General Jural Assembly?
Michigan General Jural Assembly is hosting a Thursday night call each week to help people find their own county history and follow through their own process to set up their land jurisdiction county jural assemblies--- call in at nine o'clock p.m., EST, 1-712-770-4160, access code 226823#.
They also offer help through their website at http://1stmichiganassembly.info and a Hotline from 2 pm to 7 pm EST, Monday through Thursday: 989-450-5522.