By Anna Von Reitz
[For England 1.0 https://clothcap.livejournal.com/291096.html]
There, in England, as in America, the rats “enfranchised” people and convinced them that being able to vote was a great thing—- without, however, disclosing the details.
By “registering” to vote you were pledging yourself, your labor, your property assets, and everything else to the British Crown Corporation —- and you were being transported, that is, trafficked, off the land and into the international jurisdiction of the sea.
This was not a crime only because you did it to yourself, much as one might sign up to join the Navy, and because —in theory, you could always return home, though your likelihood of doing so would be remote considering that you never knew you went anywhere or changed your political status by registering to vote.
Having accomplished this deceit, the Crown took title to everything in the country, as bit by bit people unwittingly gave away everything including their freedom, their Good Name, and the value of their labor to the Crown.
It was and is a white-collar rendition of press-ganging, which has been outlawed for 200 years —and it has had the same desired result: de facto enslavement of landsmen and their transport to the international jurisdiction of the sea.
Needless to say all your land assets were seized upon as collateral for the Crown to borrow against. The first wave paid to support the Raj in India. This process of enslaving one people to finance violence and theft against another is typical and has been followed throughout the history of this “religion”.
So your first stop is a genealogist’s office to get your family history done back to the 1840’s so you can see which of your relatives were on the land before this crime spree began. For most of us, it will be our Great-Grandparents or Great-Great-Grandparents who were actually on the land and who made the initial mistake of registering to vote in the corporate elections.
These people were “grandfathered -in” and so were their progeny, so you will make your claim to the land as a Lawful Inheritor.
If you wish, once you have better knowledge of your ancestry, you can look for their names on the Voter Rolls. If they appear, fine— but if they don’t appear at all, better.
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