Obviously, the author sounds quite knowledgeable.Team Law wrote:Happy Fourth of July!
This is one of my favorite holidays. Historically we get together with family and have a reunion centered around a picnic, watermelon, and fireworks.
I am sure we could add something to each other’s databases.
I would like to talk to the Author(s) who wrote that article for the Team Law web site; to have him/them answer some questions, please:
- Does he know that the Bill of Rights has been stricken from FEDERAL JUDGES training books in the West (maybe there as well).
- Does he know that the 9th Amendment has never been entertained by the Supreme Court – in practice, rendering it a legal nullity (all-be-it not a lawful nullity).
- Why does the man use the small “g” government when talking about the real government?
- He must be aware of the CAPITALIZATION, Capitalization, and capitalization schemes – right?
- Did the new Amendments limit the original Bill of Rights Amendments, and if so, is it the COURTS, Courts, courts - that have done so?
- Which has precedent, i.e. if there was a Tenth Amendment and someone passes a 13 Amendment, does it obviate, in areas of conflict, the prior Amendment – and is this how the COURTS have invaded the Constitution with the RECONSTRUCTION AMENDMENTS (on top of the Marberry v Madison outrage)?
- Is he aware of the CORPORATE CONSTITUTION?
- Who owns, or has controlling interest in the private CORPORATION a.k.a. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, INC?
- Who are its OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
- Do I have stock or can I buy some stock?
Question: Why then have they been discarded or is obviated the word because the Banking syndicate/OR CORPORATE can always bring suit in the private CORPORATE FEDERAL COURTS?Team Law wrote:… they simply added the Bill of Rights so the Republic would forever remain of, by, and for the people.
Woops, as I remember the original document said: “The Constitution for the uNited States of America, Incorporated.Team Law wrote:Fifth: The individual States were given the original Constitution with the attached “Bill of Rights” under the name “Constitution of the United States of America” and all of the States accepted and ratified the documents”.
Question? Isn’t it important to know whether the Constitution is “for” one or “of” one?
Question? Where does the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES come in? Is it the same as the Constitution of the United States of America, as stated above and is this, yet another, “jurisdiction”?Team Law wrote:…individually first swore an Oath of Office stating they would uphold the, Constitution of the United States of America. Again it is very important to notice the name used in the Bill or Rights and now used for this “contract” with the officers and agencies serving under Oath to obey and uphold the: Constitution of the United States of America, not, “for”, but 'of”.
Note: It’s important to note here that we are indeed talking about two different documents. The First, the, Constitution for the United States of America, is a Trust and the Second, the, Constitution of the United States of America, is a contract between the officers of government and the beneficiaries of the Trust.