“Constitution” = a business contract = an equity contract = a commercial contract by Judge Anna von Reitz
On Oct 13, 2014, at 10:31 PM, Anna von Reitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Got my She-Bear on after listening long enough to Mr. Wolfgram. He backed off and asked some decent things in decent words, so I replied. It is an explanation that might help with military personnel — something they might understand better.
The word “constitution” applies to a whole range of contracts involving indebtedness—-in this case, the debt the States incurred when they mutually contracted for services from the new federal company they created. Look up the word “constitution” in any legal dictionary. That would be a real good place for any “constitutional scholar” to start. There are “constitutions” all over the planet—- they all revolve around indebtedness. That’s why it was called a “Constitution”— It’s a business contract—- an equity contract—-a commercial contract, nothing more or less, split into two distinct parts—- a public trust indenture and a…
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