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Sovereign States and rightful seats

Postby Mountain Goat » Wednesday January 6th, 2010 5:45 pm MST

I read that there are 4 republics (Oaklohoma, Texas, Utah & Montana) that are sovereign states. Meaning that they have pretty much told Corp US to get out or never bought into the scheme to begin with. How do these states fit into the original seating of our government.

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Re: Sovereign States and rightful seats

Postby Admin » Thursday January 7th, 2010 1:10 pm MST

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We have no idea where you got the information; regardless of that, the story fails to fit the facts. The biggest problem we have in our country is people believing what they are told regardless of the source, facts, history and or the law.

A review of the facts, history and law shows the enabling acts and constitutions (national and state) secure to every State in the Union of 48 states a Republic form of government.

The name of the State commonly known as “Texas” is, “Republic of Texas”. As seen on the State’s flag, the name of State commonly known as “California” is, “California Republic”.

We are not aware of any other State that includes “Republic” in its name; nonetheless all of the states in the Union of states formed under the Constitution for the United States of America are guaranteed a Republic form of government.

Of course, that has little to do with the powers that govern you. In fact, all authority to govern in any of those states is granted by the people to the respective governments of both the nation and the states and none of those constitutions provides one particle of authority to govern the people; rather, those constitutions merely provide to the respective governments with their formations and with the privileged authority to govern those governments as they interact with each other and with foreign principalities. Beyond that those constitutions explicitly limit those respective governments from interfering with the people and with any of the people’s rights.

Those facts cause people to wonder, “If that is true, why are we so controlled by government?”

If you have reviewed Team Law’s website, the answer should be clear. You are not likely dealing with any of those governments; rather, you are dealing with Corp. U.S. and the corporate states through contractual relations you voluntarily and willingly adopted and or accepted; primarily through relationships you accepted through your participation with the Corp. U.S. Taxpayer Identification Numbering system. The taxpayers so numbered in that system are not people; rather, they are contractually formed businesses (see Myth 22 & Seduction).

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Re: Sovereign States and rightful seats

Postby Mountain Goat » Saturday January 9th, 2010 9:05 pm MST

Can Texas' situation be explained. Are they a sovereign state separate from corp?

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Re: Sovereign States and rightful seats

Postby Admin » Tuesday January 12th, 2010 3:05 pm MST

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Texas’ situation is easily explained by a review of its history. As the Republic of Texas became a State in the Union of states its Enabling Act reserved the land within the State to the State instead of granting all of the unappropriated land within the State to the United States of America. Accordingly, the State also reserved the right to maintain its own army. In virtually every other way Texas joined the Union on equal footing with the original states and those that had joined the Union before Texas joined.

Accordingly, people idealize Texas as the only “sovereign state” because it is the only one that retained any land rights that may have belonged to the originating territory or country. However, that idea is inaccurate. To be sovereign one must possess sovereignty.
Merriam-Webster online wrote:Sovereignty
  1. obsolete : supreme excellence or an example of it
  2. (sovereignty)
    1. supreme power especially over a body politic
    2. freedom from external control: see ‘autonomy’
    3. controlling influence
  3. one that is sovereign; especially : an autonomous state
However, according to the Constitution for the United States of America Article 1 § 10, no state in the Union is sovereign. Rather they are all limited from certain abilities and they are all further limited by their respective enabling acts and constitutions.

In a Monarchy, the king and or queen are sovereign, because they own all of the land within the kingdom (their domain); thus, they can dictate to the tenants on their land the terms for the tenants remaining on their sovereign land. In our Constitutional Republic only the people can have sovereign right to the land and then only if they know the law and know how to secure and maintain that right. In the United States of America, the governments (state and federal) are not sovereign by their own right; rather, they have the constitutionally prescribed privilege of using a limited portion of the collective sovereignty of the people. Thus, in this country no State is sovereign.

Though the Republic of Texas did retain the land rights over any unappropriated lands lying within that State, they did not acquire any rights over private land not owned by the State. And, respectively, when Texas was not compelled to give up the unappropriated lands to the dispossession of the United States of America they retained the right of eminent domain over that land. Still, Texas is not sovereign any more than any other State in the Union is—all are bound at least by said Article 1 § 10.

Throughout the rest of the country, whenever any other State was entered into the Union the people and the territory from which that State came had to give up all right and title to all of the unappropriated land lying within the proposed State; and, whereas, the United States of America is constitutionally limited from owning land (except as noted), they can only hold the land until the people respectively make their private claims to land; when the land so claimed is granted and secured by patent. Accordingly, in the situation where the State never had any interest in the Land, they cannot take the land by eminent domain. Accordingly, Texans have no such protection from the State’s eminent domain claims.

Nonetheless, when Texans prove their respective claims to such unappropriated land, Texas grants allodial (simple fealty/fee simple) title to the Land with its appurtenant property to the party that so proved their claimed interest. Accordingly, the people are the sovereigns, not the State.

The corporate state is just that; a private corporation created by the State.

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