By Anna Von Reitz
My Mother was a fount of adages, one of which was: “We are all a little bit crazy.”
This was usually uttered in defense of some poor soul whose logic circuits were called into question.
For example, your car broke down on the road near my house, so it’s my fault your car broke down.
Idiots developed a more infectious version of the Common Cold, [but it is still just the Common Cold] so we act as if we are facing the Bubonic Plague.
Somebody (whose name nobody knows anymore) abused and enslaved your great-great grandfather, so it’s my fault.
The Democrats set up and voted in a system of Public Slave Ownership, so it’s the Republican’s fault that this system exists.
This kind of logic always got my Mother to wave her hands, as if at unseen mosquitoes, or sometimes to shrug as if in response to fingernails scraping across a blackboard.
In her memory, I utter her forgiving mantra today over the entire nation.
We are all a little bit crazy.
It doesn’t matter what happened in 1865, except that that unfinished business still impacts us all today.
And it’s not a matter of race. The victims come in all colors.
What matters is that the Slavers are still operating on our shores today.
And they have no right to be here.
Our deal with them restricts them to one mile square in the District of Columbia.
Obviously, the Municipal United States Government usurped the constitution, and formed 185,000 unauthorized municipal “city state” governments and municipal “boroughs” while the cats were away.
Enter the cats.
This is bound to cause just a tad bit of disruption, especially as we are also dealing with the underlying cause of the usurpation in the first place — the mess our Generals left us in after the Civil War.
Yes, we are all a little bit crazy, but not crazy enough to miss the take home message. And we can straighten out our logic circuits once the facts are known.
So tell your brothers of different colors that no, they aren’t imagining things. They really have been enslaved in the land of the free.
But they need to take in the view, and realize that their white brethren have been suffering the same fate, too.
And it is all based on usurpation of our lawful government — which we are owed — and commercial fraud, which is a crime.
So instead of getting mad at other victims of this fraud, get even.
Join your local lawful State Assembly. Go to: http://www.TheAmericanStates Assembly.net.
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