Judge Anna von Reitz
I think there has been a misunderstanding — internationally — about the United States of America v. United States and that confusion has led to a vast confusion about banking here, too. Please let me take a few minutes to go over the situation as it stands.
The international jurisdiction naturally belonging to the now-fifty sovereign organic states of the Union is split between two entities, the United States of America and the United States.
The United States is a corporation that has nineteen delegated and enumerated powers that it exercises in behalf of the unincorporated United States of America.
All the remaining non-delegated powers in international jurisdiction, including the powers of private and unincorporated international trade, are retained by the states and the people and are exercised by the unincorporated United States of America.
The confusion that currently abounds…
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