The Truth About American Law
The "Organic Law" and the proprietary jurisdiction of "The United States of America" (unincorporated) as distinct from corporations under similar names.
Date: 2/22/2020 4:47:58 PM ( 27 mon ) ... viewed 1168 times
April 28, 2022 - Nationality v citizenship -
"Nationality has nothing to do with citizenship and carries with it no obligations of citizenship."
This Blog-writer is a Michigander since the day he was born on the land and soil of Michigan.
March 28, 2022 -
"...We, the Americans, and the American Government, have a peace treaty with the Russians that the Russians have always honored. It is called the American and Russian Alliance of 1858. It establishes peace between our countries and provides for mutual protection in time of war. ..."
February 26, 2022 -
"Americans have never granted any office of government any say in our health issues, public or private. All of the measures that have been imposed (throughout the "covid-19" plandemic) have been imposed under color of law by renegade commercial corporations that need to be liquidated once and for all."
Continuing from January 24, 2022 -
In all due respect to the many American individuals who may have aligned themselves and identified with one collective organization or another that may (theoretically at the least) claim embodiment of the true spirit of America - the conditioning factor by governmental institutions has been continuous for enough generations as to have formidably shaped not only the "narrative" but the collective psyche as well. What might be viewed as some kind of "resistance to evil" (as noble as it may be) - does not equal the resolution that is needed throughout all America.
The Constitution of September 17, 1787 is not a free-standing pillar but must be seen (and can only truly be seen) in context with the three preceding Organic Laws and with the greatest emphasis placed on the Declaration of "July 4th, 1776". In light of the fact that there are four Organic Laws (see the front pages of the United States Code) all "oath keepers" do not make oaths to this greater context - but only possibly to a mere “25%” of the Organic Laws (however are the Organic Laws fragmentable?). Consequentially their loyalty is missing the mark that America needs!
The above "Comment" (now minor edits) was posted at: 7:55 PM (Pacific) on Monday, January 24, 2022 here:
Also on the 24th -
Reply received from the Library of Congress:
"Jan 24 2022, 01:37pm via System
The U.S. Congress did nor approve a formal declaration of war during the Civil War against the Confederacy. Congress has declared war on 11 occasions, all of which are listed on the Senate's website at:
Abraham Lincoln did not consider the Confederate states to be a separate nation, so a declaration of war wasn't necessary. Instead, he considered the war to be an insurrection or a rebellion.
Lincoln's immediate response to the fall of Fort Sumter on April 14, 1861, was to issue a proclamation calling 'for 75,000 militiamen to serve for 90 days, to cause the laws to be duly executed in the seven seceded states of the Deep South.' A copy of Lincoln's proclamation, which was issued on April 15, 1861 can be found in 'A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation' at
Lincoln's proclamation of April 15 also called for a special session of Congress to begin on July 4, 1861.
On April 19, 1861, Lincoln issued another proclamation, which called for the blockaded of Southern ports. This proclamation can be found
at the bottom of the page.
When Congress returned for the special session, Lincoln sent a message to Congress that was read on July 5 (dated July 4th), which outlined the events since the fall of Fort Sumter and the reasons for military action. A copy of this message can be found in the Senate Journal at
Thank you for using the Library's Ask-A-Librarian service.
The Digital Reference Section/KD
Library of Congress
Apparently "a declaration of war wasn't necessary" means to this writer that no Congress ever made a "declaration of war" in regards to this conflict. However the end of the war is noted (see below).
Sent at 8:30 PM (Pacific) -
Thank you very much for this answer!
(It essentially satisfies my question in regards to the start of the conflict.)
I have another question about the end that is based on this quote:
"When did the Civil War end? -
Robert E. Lee surrendered the last major Confederate army to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865. The last battle was fought at Palmito Ranch, Texas, on May 13, 1865.":
Did any Congress ever declare an end to this conflict? .........
If so please provide me with a link to the declaration.
About 5' later - inspired with the following:
Although Lincoln: "considered the war to be an insurrection or a rebellion" what did Congress consider it to be? .........
Continuing with this thread on January 26, 2022 -
Another LOC reply:
"Main Reading Room Librarian
Jan 25 2022, 08:30am via System -
Congress did not issue a declaration ending the Civil War. Instead, as stated in the National Archives' website, "On August 20, 1866, President Johnson issued a proclamation announcing the end of the American Civil War: "And I do further proclaim that the said insurrection is at an end and that peace, order, tranquility, and civil authority now exists in and throughout the whole of the United States of America."
Ending the Bloodshed: The Last Surrenders of the Civil War https://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2015/spring/cw-surrenders.html
A copy of Johnson's proclamation issued on August 20, 1866, can be found at the bottom of this page.
Thank you for using the Library's Ask-A-Librarian service.
The Researcher and Reference Services Division/KD
Library of Congress"
This is all very interesting! No Congress ever declared "War" and so it follows that no Congress would ever declare an end to it and yet at least one "President" called it a war plus the Librarian refers to it as "the American Civil War". The next possible question for LOC may be: "Although Lincoln: 'considered the war to be an insurrection or a rebellion' what did Congress consider it to be? ........."
January 28, 2022 - Submitted another question:
Does "military action" (referred to in regards to Lincoln's "message to Congress that was read on July 5") mean that the authority for Lincoln's "immediate response" was beyond the Lawful powers that were delegated to Congress? .........
Answer (to the above question):
Jan 28 2022, 11:43am via System
Just to clarify, the exact phrase "military action" is not in Lincoln's proclamation of July 5, 1861. As stated on the UVA Miller Center's website at https://millercenter.org/the-presidency/presidential-speeches/july-4-1861-july-4th-message-congress "President Lincoln took a number of actions in response to secession without Congressional approval. In this special message to Congress, Lincoln asks Congress to validate his actions by authorizing them after the fact."
More detailed information on Lincoln's justification for his July 4, 1861, message to Congress can be found in the law review article, "Lincoln and the War", Vermont Law Review, at: https://lawreview.vermontlaw.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/03-Yoo.pdf and "Lincoln, Presidential Power, and the Rule of Law", Northwestern University, https://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/nulr/vol113/iss3/5/
I've also attached a PDF file to this message that contains the following article: Paludan, Phillip Shaw. "'Dictator Lincoln': Surveying Lincoln and the Constitution." OAH Magazine of History 21, no. 1 (2007): 8–13.
If you wish to find additional articles about Lincoln's views on his constitutional powers, you can search the Google Scholar website at: https://scholar.google.com/ Your local library should have additional online subscription databases you can search to find journal articles. For example, JSTOR and "America: History and Life" are two good subscription databases for locating academic articles related to U.S. history.
You may also find interesting the online video "Abraham Lincoln's Invention of Presidential War Powers" at: https://jmp.princeton.edu/events/abraham-lincolns-invention-presidential-war-powers
If you are interested in finding the titles of books about Lincoln's views on the Constitution, you can search the Library of Congress online catalog at: http://catalog.loc.gov/
First, select the Browse option at: http://catalog.loc.gov/vwebv/searchBrowse
Next, change the Browse option "Title beginning with" to "Subjects beginning with" and then enter the following Library of Congress Subject Heading:
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865--Views on the Constitution.
This search will retrieve a list of related subject headings. Click on any heading to see a list of titles that have that subject heading; and click on any of the titles to access the book's bibliographic record.
Many of the items listed in the Library of Congress catalog are available in other libraries. If these books are not available in your local library, you can request that they be obtained through interlibrary loan.
Thank you for using the Library's Ask-A-Librarian service.
The Researcher and Reference Services Division/KD
Library of Congress
January 24, 2022 - Peace?
Submitted a question to the Library of Congress - Law Library asking whether the 1860 Congress made a declaration of war - based on Lincoln's "Address" saying" "we are engaged in a great civil war". If Congress made the declaration then I want to see that! Otherwise Lincoln's reference to "war" must be reviewed in light of that fact.
However - if Congress did make a declaration of war then was a declaration of peace also made when: "Robert E. Lee surrendered the last major Confederate army to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865"?
There are more questions that could be asked on this subject matter. (Maybe one at a time. ; ~ )
September 8, 2021 - "The Core Problem"
Ordered several copies of this publication a number of years ago with intention of sharing them all. Recently found all these copies in storage and pulled them out for a present-time review. Began re-reading the 60-page "booklet" a couple days ago and inspired to locate it on line. You can find this particular "column" in the author's "column collection" here:
January 20, 2021 - Congress' Legislative Power is Limited -
"Exercising plenary jurisdiction only within ten miles square and over ceded military bases etc., as the only land 'owned by and ceded to the United States of America' - is the correct standard of just how limited is Congress' legislative power. Legislation beyond that scope is just smoke and mirrors generated to expand unwarranted legislative assertion of authority over land and subjects NOT contemplated by the Constitution."
February 22, 2020 - "Freedom-School"! -
The following quote from the "freedom-school.com"l webpage was accessed from "About 4,670 results" for the search terms: "hjr 192"+"parallel table of authorities."
A system of rules,
usually enforced through a set of institutions,
applied to govern a group.
Consider that its all about jurisdiction / (subjugation) / control.
Consider law as written is perfect, it is what we have to go with
- it is just a matter of -
is one subject to it, or not -- and that's called, jurisdiction.
Knowledge of the Law = FREEDOM
At the close of the Constitutional Convention Franklin was asked, 'what kind of government have you wrought for us?'
He replied, '...a Republican form of government if you can keep it.'
And as he was listening nearby
George Washington said, 'and in order to keep it every man must know the law.'
When Abraham Lincoln studied law in his cabin what law books was he studying?
He was studying books on the Common Law supplied to him by mail order.
Are you aware -- Statutory and equity law now taught in universities did not come about
until Rockefeller financed its propagation beginning in the early 1900's -
to serve his corporate purposes.
Notes on Jurisdiction
Howard Freeman: JURISDICTION
Dr. Eduardo M. Rivera: 'Using the Organic Law to Claim Your Freedom'(i)
WHAT CONSTITUTES 'ORGANIC LAWS'
Herring v. United States Discover ORGANIC LAW
Magna Carta of 1215 Text of the Magna Carta of 1215
Leo C. Donofrio, J.D. The Federal Grand Jury is the 4th Branch of Government
First: All law is the protection of private property rights,
all else is policy, and policy requires consent.
Private rights and private property are beyond the control of government
Maxims of Law
Administrative agencies must give you due process ..."
(i) Subject: 'Using the Organic Law to Claim Your Freedom' -
You Can Use The Organic Law of The United States of America To Weed Out All The Bad Lawyers And Restore You Freedom
American lawyers and that includes judges have no idea of how the Organic Laws of the United States of America determines the limitations on government and the written law.
If the Organic Laws were better known, America would have a true libertarian government without the necessity of putting the issue to a vote. In fact, government in America was libertarian until George Washington took the oath to be President of the United States on April 30, 1789. From that to the present, America has been ruled by a government that should be limited to the territory owned and ceded to the United States of America. Americans could be free today, if they only knew the difference between the United States created by the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 and the United States of America created by the Articles of Confederation.
Instead of having freedom, Americans are ruled by Nancy Pelosi and renegade representative government. This sad state of affairs was made possible by Washington, a lot of lawyers and the finagling Founding Fathers.
The British colonies grew into the United States of America owing to the neglect of their isolated locale and the British monarch's preoccupation with other matters. When the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress, Assembled publish and declare these United Colonies to be FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES, they did so in the Declaration of Independence, the first of the fundamental laws of the United States of America. The careful reader or at least the one who does a word seach of the Declaration of Independence will find a reference to an unwritten Constitution.
Black's Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition, defines organic law as, "The fundamental law, or constitution of a state or nation, written or unwritten; that law or system of laws or principles which defines and establishes the organization of its government."
The Declaration of Independence was the beginning of the end of the British monarchy in the thirteen colonies. This Organic Law declared the United States of America to be free and independent, but it would take a war to make it official.
While the War of the American Revoluntion was being waged the second Organic Law was being circulated for ratification by all the thirteen states. The Articles of Confederation were fully ratified by all thirteen states when Maryland ratified on March 1, 1781.
The British lost the War and concluded a peace in the Treaty of Paris of 1783 in which George III, his Britannic Majesty acknowledged that each of the thirteen United States were free, sovereign and independent. The British lost their claim to the American wilderness and the need for the administration of this vast tract of land necessitated the third Organic Law, the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787. An ordinance is local law and though the Articles of Confederation granted no legislative power on the United States, in Congress assembled Congress had proprietary power indistinguishable from legislative power.
The last Organic Law of the United States of America is the document known as the Constitution, although the Articles of Confederation acted as the Constitution for the United States of America. The Constitution of the United States, as it has come to be known is the most devious product of the legal profession.
The Constitution is a boon to government and lawyers because it is a source of endless conflict. There was little to cause conflict in the government above the State level because the United States, in Congress assembled had no power to tax or make laws. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and the rest of the Founding Fathers would soon create a litigator's paradise by carrying out the greatest bloodless government takeover in the history of the world.
The lawyers of that time led by Alexander Hamilton began to circulate rumors that the Constitutional Convention that began meeting in secret in Philadelphia on May 25,1787 would create a Constitution that would replace the Articles of Confederation. Hamilton was one of the delegates from the State of New York and was the only one that remained after the other two resigned. Hamilton along with George Washington and his cronies continued to feed the lie to the American public that the Constitution of September 17, 1787 replaced the Articles of Confederation.
Alexander Hamilton, George Washington and the rest of the Founding Fathers were so convincing no lawyer today believes the Articles of Confederation is a viable Organic Law. American children today are taught the Constitution of September 17, 1787 replaced the Articles of Confederation. This is what kids are taught without objection on the Internet: http://www.congressforkids.net/Independence_articles.htm
The Continental Congress wrote the Articles of Confederation during the Revolutionary War. The articles were written to give the colonies some sense of a unified government. Once the thirteen colonies became the thirteen states, however, each one began to act alone in its own best interest. A new governing document was needed in order for these new states to act together, to become a nation.
The Articles of Confederation became effective on March 1, 1781, after all thirteen states had ratified them. The Articles made the states and legislature supreme. There was no executive branch. Judicial functions were very limited. The resulting government was weak. Efforts to make it stronger failed. A convention called in May 1787 to re-write the Articles decided to draft an entirely new Constitution. The present disreputable condition of the legal profession and unconscienable state of judicial system in America can be laid directly to the deception of Hamilton, Washington and the Founding Fathers.
The only proof that can be offered to support the claim that the Articles of Confederation have been repealed is the original rumor initiated by Alexander Hamilton. No lawyer has yet shown how the perpetual Union created by Articles of Confederation could be repealed or replaced by the nine States that were necessary, according to Article VII of this Constitution, to ratify this Constitution.
The Articles of Confederation, which were operative only after it had been ratified by all thirteen states, is without question the Constitution for the United States of America. No lawyer knows how it would be possible to maintain the United States of America, if the Articles of Confederation were repealed.
No lawyer has been able to demonstrate how any law, especially Organic Laws, could be repealed without specifically using the clear language of repeal or rescission. The last sentence of the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787 clearly repeals the prior Ordinance of April 23, 1784.
Americans so trusted George Washington and the Founding Fathers that no one suspected these men to be the scoundrels they are. These men have been above suspicion for so long no one has questioned soundness of the proposition that one Organic Law can re replaced by another.
George Washington is no hero. He and others in the Constitutional Convention hatched a very successful plot to take over a government that was headed for local control by the American people. The sooner that truth is realized the sooner the serious problem of correcting the many errors that have been made, because the fundamental laws upon which government and government law have been misconceived by incompetent lawyers.
What pass for the greatest lawyers of our time are taught the same law that children are being taught. The Constitution of September 17, 1787 did not repeal or replace the Articles of Confederation. You can easily become a legal genius just by trying to prove me wrong. Do your own research. Try to prove with evidence the demise of the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787. These laws tell the full story and in that telling you are set free. ...
See: Comment by: "joel" - "January 20, 2021 at 12:30 AM"
 Re: the collective psyche -
"The last few thousand years of brutality have changed us, not in our essential nature, but in how we live. Our psyches shattered, we disconnected from the sacred and cosmic, learnt to distrust each other and believe in our own disempowerment. We grew accustomed to fearing life.":
Positive Law, Parallel Table of Authorities, proprietary jurisdiction, Knowledge of the Law, FREEDOM, Republican form of government, Organic Law, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Northwest Ordinance, proprietary power, civil war, collective psyche
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