Maxim – Nothing is so natural as to dissolve anything in the way in which it was bound together; therefore the obligation of words is taken away by words; the obligation of mere consent is dissolved by the contrary consent. Dig. 50, 17, 35; Broom, Max. 887.
Judge Anna von Reitz
I usually talk about America, but today, let’s talk about Britain where all this duplicitous wordplay and fraud began. I suggest this because something about the oddity of the British names makes the fraud more visible to my eyes and I suspect the same will be true for other Americans.
First, a note about British land and sovereignty nomenclature for Americans from Graham Phillips, British journalist, researcher, historian, and author, quoted from The Lost Tomb of King Arthur—
“Strictly speaking, the term Britain refers just to England and Wales; it derives from Britannia, the Latin name of the province established by the Romans, which covered the parts of the British Isles they occupied.”
And, “Great Britain” which includes Scotland, did not exist as a single nation until 1707, while the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland” did not come into existence until 1801, after…
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