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THE CONSTITUTION

For many of you, what we are about to share is nothing but conspiracy theories. Before anyone blows a gasket, we ask that you check out the information and see for yourselves that you have been lied to for over 250 years. If you can find we are wrong, then we will offer the most apologies available in full public view.

Many of you have never been taught the truth about the Independence War, the Founding Fathers negotiations with the British Crown and our Constitution. Well, here you go with as brief an explanation as we can.

Wikipedia defines the term CONSTITUTION as a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed. Legally Constitution was defined in Padleford, Fay & Co. vs. The Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Savannah. Georgia 438, 520. The judge in this case defined Constitution as "But, indeed, no private person has a right to complain, by suit in court, on the ground of a breach of the Constitution. The Constitution, it is true, is a compact, but he (United States Citizens) is not a party to it. The States are the parties to it. And they may complain. If they do, they are entitled to redress. Or they may waive the right to complain."

Here is the timeline from the Independence War until our Founding Fathers signed the Constitution.

  • 1775 Revolutionary War begins (the 13 Colonies revolt against the British)

  • 1776 Declaration of Independence written and approved by the Continental Congress

  • 1781 Revolutionary War ends. The Continental Congress agrees on the Articles of Confederation. March 1, Continental Congress is replaced by the Congress of the Confederation, which forms the basis of the new US government

  • 1783 Britain recognizes the independence of the USA (Treaty of Paris)

  • 1787 US Constitution written at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, PA [May 25 - Sept. 17]

  • 1788 US Constitution ratified by 9 states [June 22] and becomes the supreme law of the USA

  • 1789 George Washington elected first President of the USA. March 4, The first Congress met (in New York, NY, then the nation's capital)

  • 1790 First Supreme Court assembled (in New York, NY, then the nation's capital); the Chief Justice was John Jay. Dec., US capital moves to Philadelphia

  • 1791 The Bill of Rights (first 10 amendments) added to the Constitution

  • 1794 John Jay Treaty with the British Crown called the Jay Treaty of 1794

  • 1783 John Jay Treaty was ratified.

What they didn’t teach us in school - THERE ARE FOUR UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONS.

The four U.S. Constitutions all have different names and are exactly 70 years apart. None of which apply to the original so-called American sovereignty. The Constitutions are by legal definition bankruptcy compacts between the state governments and the Federal Government and NO ONE ELSE. Listen and take heed in those words. These Constitutions, as written, have NOTHING to do with any United States Citizen. The legal language they are written in contain numerous words used in their supporting legislative codes and statues (OUR LAWS) that have entirely different meanings than what we were taught in school.

Here are some definitions & meanings we need to understand. Not an exhausted list but some needed to understand what is being presented.

1. People. A State; as, the people of the State of New York; a nation in its collective and political capacity. 4 T.R. 783. See 6 Pet. S. C. Rep. 467. - Bouvier's Law Revised, 6th Edition and Black's Law Dictionary, 1st Edition 1891

2. "We the People" means we the states, which are, or were Nations in the Republic. It does not include the living men or women, State citizens, U.S. citizens, non-resident aliens, etc. as will be demonstrated below.

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