The Truth About US Govt–USA 101: (1) Judge Anna von Reitzinger: You Know Something is Wrong When….: An American Affidavit of Probable CauseIs the US Government a corporation? Are all our city, state, and county governments corporations? Are there hidden, legalistic aspects to familiar concepts of country and government in the US that you keep coming across on the Net and wonder if true? And what about things like Global trusts, name fraud with US citizen birth certificate names, the Pope’s part in all this, the UN’s part in all this, and rumors of the US–and various other countries–still being under the British Crown? Conspiracy theory, exaggeration, extrapolation, delusion, misreading of history–or sadly suppressed fact?
For a definitive–and lucid–explanation of all this and more, please read this amazingly researched, detailed, and very clear book–You Know Something is Wrong When….: An American affidavit of Probable Cause, which functions also as a comprehensive affidavit–or notarized declaration–aimed at US and world leaders and seeking to reveal all deceptions, identify all long-standing fraud, expose and end corruption in infrastructure, and return sovereignty and power to We the People. The book–in something of graphic novel/comic book style–is written by Judge Anna von Reitzinger, with James Clinton Blecher and illustrator Paul Stover, and is written in direct, conversational tones, with care given in discussion to especially astonishing and complex subjects such as the many-headed nature of the US government/US citizenship/US corporations/US Law, in close
cognizance of reader-shock maybe–which is absolutely guaranteed, if these subjects are new to you.
I have to say I literally could not believe what I was reading. I had to re-read several sections, and will probably read the whole book over again, just to take it all in. It is absolutely mind-blowing, in terms of laying bare the hidden history that lies behind the rampant corruption we see today, and it explains why we seem to have governments who don’t listen to us, who don’t act for us, who rule for corporations and against people, and why we are seeing so much militarizing and focus on military today in the US, not to mention drowning in Executive Orders trending toward martial law, confiscation of private property–and national food supplies–and constant forays by our Commander in Chief into war after war.
I’m afraid it also explains the temerity with which those among us who speak out with integrity and awareness are targeted unlawfully, how scientists pursuing meaningful cures for diseases like cancer and autism are being attacked, and how weapons testing is being carried out openly on Americans.
I’m just a little surprised though, that prior to this, no-one’s done anything about challenging the massive fraud revealed here. Judge Anna does explain though that the nature of the beast has been such that the level of corporate intimidation has been high, the corruption has been entrenched so long.
She echoes the words of many thinkers and visionaries among us today in telling us–in very eloquent passages–it is absolutely time to lay claim to our sovereignty, to take back our power, and to clean up the corruption once and for all.
We are the generation who need to act, for the sake of our children, and our grandchildren–if we want them to live lives of freedom. Mass control technologies are currently being deployed against us–and they will hit our kids the hardest–we are the ones who need to act now, to stop the lapping tide of enslavement.
If you’re American, if you care about US history, if you believe in freedom, please read this book. If your country has ever been under the British, a lot of this book will relate to you as well. And apparently every single country on the planet has a relation to the Pope we never knew about–every single one of us, anywhere in the world–all because systems of law have been built around medieval notions of being entrusted with the earth and all the souls on it that early Popes plucked vapidly out of thin air. All in the book–and I should add, the whole of it makes for quite compelling reading. In large print, and in simple terms for the history- & civics- challenged among us–including myself.
(I will focus as I can on some of the subjects in the book under this new header–USA 101–in succeeding posts.)