By Anna Von Reitz
The battle actually began when the Israelites demanded that the prophet Samuel appoint a king over them — a king other than the Lord God. They had learned about this practice from their Canaanite neighbors who had kings— and there were some obvious advantages to this system of monarchy.
There was always a judge on site, ready to render judgements about whatever question was facing the people. No waiting around for multiple days or months for God to reply through his prophets.
There was the opportunity to develop a stratified crony-based culture. Prior to this, one’s position was based on seniority. Elders ruled. The only ones higher than the elders were the prophets, and of course, the Lord God.
Suddenly, with a king, all his cronies got social standing because of their proximity to him. Now you had princes and governors and Grand Poobahs — and inevitably, a secular government.
The relationship of religion to monarchy has always been the same. Religious leaders (Samuel) choose the kings (Saul), To a greater or lesser extent all monarchies depend on authority garnered from theocracies that preceded them.
Even today, the British Monarchs are sealed into their office by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
But what interest should God have in those who usurp his rightful position?
There have always been those who disagreed with the entire concept of kings– whether approved by religious leaders or by birthright.
We have always served the True God, the Unseen, and have stood at odds philosophically with all kings — even when we have been drafted to serve as kings ourselves.
In our view, the Creator is the only King.
In our view, it is oddly, singularly, inappropriate that men should choose other men to rule over them.
God created us all equal, brothers and sisters, all loved, all filled with our unique potential. Who are we to distort nature into an arbitrary pattern of monarchy, pledges, allegiances, and a caste system of social obligations?
This argument has raged for centuries.
I think you can now see why when the opportunity arose to try The Great American Experiment, and found a nation built on the principles of self-governance, we gave our fortunes earned in the Old World to fund a New World — a world in which individual life was supremely valued, where religious freedom was a birthright, and where no man could stand over another and demand fealty.
America’s real enemies have always been the monarchies and the Popes. Whether theocracies or monarchies taking their authority from theocracies, both these forms of government are eternally opposed to freeing mankind and teaching men to be responsible for themselves. Both thrive from making men dependent on them, instead.
So now, you see the two Nanny States on offer:
Candidate Number One: the war-profiteering British Monarchy, steeped in blood and destruction and oppression of “inferior races”, which will tell you what to do and think every moment of your lives, cradle to grave, and tax you severely for the privilege of being a pawn in their games.
Candidate Number Two: the equally war-profiteering Papal Theocracy, steeped in blood and destruction and oppression of “infidel races”, which will tell you what to do and think and shame and threaten you for every heretical thought from cradle to grave, tax you severely for your sinful nature, and withhold “eternal salvation” at a whim.
Or, you can support what we bravely began here — a simple secular government in which free men and women accept the responsibility of governing themselves by committee and who hold the natural rights of every individual as something sacred to be protected and preserved and asserted in the face of all would-be kings and potentates.
The members of the Saint Germain Family and the donors of the Saint Germain Trust came largely from France, Hungary, Prussia, and Southeastern Germany. They preserved in their hearts and minds a dream in which the Creator was recognized as the only True King, a vision of a world in which men valued each other, not according to race or creed or wealth or social position, but according to the gifts and contributions each one of us brings forward in life.
That’s the dream that founded America and the source of The Saint Germain Family Trust which has underwritten this enterprise since the very beginning.
Today, British attorneys have attempted to unlawfully convert the Saint Germain Trust into a statutory trust and inept and greedy and ignorant men sitting in as officers of the trust have proposed to go along with this subversion, thinking that nobody was left who would recognize it for what it is — a British con game seeking a means to overcome the trust indenture and plunder the assets.
Thus, we have stepped forward as the Donors of the Trust and objected and put an end to this subterfuge, insisted on the law of the indenture, and approved the prosecution of anyone who continues to interfere with the rightful administration of The Saint Germain Family Trust as an American Common Law Trust in perpetuity.
These funds are meant to underwrite America and the government we founded and the principles we founded it upon. The assets, the gold and silver and other assets in our family trust didn’t come from any unnatural source. They came largely from wealthy families allied to Saint Germain, who were sick of the enslavement of mankind to the feudal systems of theocracies and monarchies.
Now, we resist even more vehemently, the specter of Corporate Feudalism, in which faceless, nameless, unaccountable corporations and bureaucrats rule over men of flesh and blood.
Make no mistake, the same Parties who created the Nanny States of the past are also the chief architects of the present horror.
Men like Klaus Schwab propose the Ultimate Nanny State, with all that that implies: rigid, self-interested, political and economic “administration” of everyone else’s life, dictating what is politically and socially correct at every moment, choosing our occupations “for” us, determining our life spans “for” us, and ruling with an ever-more mechanized grip devoid of connection to nature and as our Forefathers put it — Nature’s God.
Pope Francis refuses to sit on the Papal Throne, and instead chooses to rule as the dethroned Roman Pontiff, just as Queen Elizabeth II abdicated the Christian Monarchy of St. Edward within three days of her Coronation and has occupied The Chair of the Estates and adopted the Imperial Crown instead.
These are the actions of men and women in the thrall of Mammon, motivated by nothing more than convenience and avoidance of accountability to the people who trusted them — wrongly — to protect and preserve their lives, their rights and their property interests.
Come, all you who are yearning for a better life and a better government. Return to Nature and to Nature’s God, and take up the burden of self-governance in exchange for your true and eternal freedom. Do not entrust your lives to bureaucrats. Get busy. Participate. Learn. Join us, the Donors of your actual National Trust, the Indemnifiers of your business operations, the Guarantors of your freedom —- and devote yourselves to the hard work and sacrifice — but also the joy and security —- of being the authors of your own fate.
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