Judge Anna von Reitz
Why would I order the DOD Financial Services Division and the U.S. Treasury to pay off the $70 billion dollar debt of Puerto Rico?
The shortest answer is—- because most of you are still (wrongly) mis-identified as Territorial United States Citizens. If that debt isn’t paid off, Mr. Obama has it already set up to apportion that Puerto Rican debt onto YOU —or to be exact, onto a public transmitting utility named after you — “JOHN T. DOE”— and the Territorial States of States such as the State of Washington, State of Ohio, and State of Montana.
The sudden addition of a billion and a half debt to those State of State organizations would bankrupt virtually all of them, and then YOU would have no choice but to go bankrupt or find a means to pay your share of that Puerto Rican debt. This debt would appear as a very large and unexpected additional “tax bill” in your mailbox, addressed to your name written like this: “MARY T. FURCTWANGLER”. In many states, it would come with a thirty (30) day eviction notice.
All the public property managed by those bankrupted States of States would pass into the hands of foreign international bankruptcy trustees and your property would be part of the “public property” because unknown to you, the vermin consider you — a Territorial Citizen—-just a “resident” tenant occupying abandoned property.
The how and why lies in the fraud committed during and after the Civil War and is too complex to get into right now, but suffice it to say that this morning we are dealing with the results of it 150 years later.
It’s true that we placed international claims on the board to position the actual states as the Principal Parties of Interest in all debts related to the “State of State” organizations, and so nosed out the rest of the piggies at the trough who are all Secondary Creditors, but we couldn’t do that with Puerto Rico.
Because Puerto Rico is and has always been an “Insular State” and an actual Territory of the United States. Technically, we, the actual states, have nothing to say about Puerto Rico. If it goes bankrupt and forces all the other Territorial “State of State” organizations into bankruptcy, that’s a “private domestic matter” of the Territorial United States and the Congress and its bondholders.
So the short answer for why I have ordered the payoff of Puerto Rico’s debts is— to avoid an administrative meltdown of the Territorial United States and an even worse nightmare of fraudulent commercial claims coming to bear against innocent Americans and their actual property assets.
The vermin in DC had it all planned out. They would make it look like “we” abandoned poor Puerto Rico to its fate, after they used it as a base of operations for international commercial terrorism for 150 years, sucked it dry, left the people impoverished and unemployed….. Sound familiar?
Instead, the actual states stepped in last night and paid off the Puerto Rican debt. We didn’t borrow money or credit. We paid it outright—so much for the rumors that we are broke— and you won’t be getting that extra tax bill in the mail.
The States of States won’t be going bankrupt.
You are free to divest yourself of any “Territorial Citizenship” and come home to your actual land jurisdiction state whenever you make sense of this Mess and join the Exodus.
Remember: you are not naturally a native of the Territorial or Municipal United States. That is merely a self-interested presumption on their part.
You are free to revert to your birthright status and can operate as a Virginian, Wisconsinite, Oregonian……et alia, and nobody can deny you that option.
As for Puerto Rico, where are your accusers? Who will say you owe any debt?
Puerto Rico is free to “cross the bridge” this morning, because Great Big Billy Goat Gruff showed up last night and head-butted the Ogre all the way to Costa Rica. And as for the vermin in DC, what are they going to say?
Anybody can pay off anyone else’s debt. It’s not a hostile act. Especially when you don’t require any payback or interest or other strings attached, it’s just a free gift to the people of Puerto Rico—- their freedom on a half-shell. At last.
God bless you, Puerto Rico. Make good decisions from now on. Live long and prosper and cherish your sons and daughters. They are the true wealth of any nation.