By Anna Von Reitz
“We’ve said some harsh things about your government in recent days and you may be feeling a bit “off” about it and as if you are being beaten about the head and ears when you’ve already borne about all that you can take.
What we want to say is that we love you and we always have and we always will, but we can’t stand your government.
Your government is always — literally always— at the bottom of every stinking deal, every political faux pas, every act of aggression. Always. And we here in America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Africa, India, Mainland Europe and just about anywhere on the planet have suffered for it.
Perhaps more to the point, so have you. The same crazy, Hell-bent, war-mongering, profit-mad British Government has done as much and more damage to all of you.
Before they sold us out, they sold you out.
This entire “enfranchisement” scheme by which the government seizes title to your name and estate for its own use and conveniently declares you “missing, presumed dead” began ithe wake of the Great Fire in London with the Cestui Que Vie Act of 1666.
The government discovered that it could glom onto private property if the owners were “dead, presumed missing” — and profit itself from their property as long as the victims and their relatives failed to show up and reclaim their assets.
So, when Queen Victoria lost Prince Albert and her moral compass along with him, she listened to Benjamin D’Israeli instead of William Gladstone, and initiated the modern day plague of enslavement via secretive corporate “enfranchisement”.
Under this version of the Cestui Que Vie scam, the government seizes title to your name and estate, declares you “dead, presumed missing” — and doesn’t bother to tell you a thing about it— so neither you nor your relatives can ever come forward and reclaim your assets.
As a Mafiosi Godfather who befriended me and shielded me in my youth once observed, “What’s the one contract you can’t break?”
He smiled and continued— “The one you don’t know exists!”
And that is precisely where we — until recently — and all of you, are.