- The Continental United States consists of fifty geographically defined states, for example, Ohio, Florida, and Maine. This is the United States belonging to the “free, independent and sovereign people of the United States” described in The Definitive Treaty of Peace, Paris, 1783. This is why Revolutionary War troops were called “Continental Soldiers”. These states together define the area over which the Public and Organic Law is exercised by the people (that is, state militias) acting as county and state jural assemblies—when and if they assemble and do their duty to self-govern. These states defined and created The Constitution for the united States of America and that agreement in turn created both the Federal United States and the Territorial United States by splitting their own international jurisdiction into “delegated” and “un-delegated” powers (Articles of Amendment X).
- The Federal United States operates as fifty unincorporated politically defined States under names like “Ohio State” and “Florida State” and “Maine State” and these states control the undelegated portion of the international jurisdiction owed to the Continental United States. These are all owed a “republican form of government” and operate under the United States Statutes at Large in international jurisdiction and State Session Laws at the state level. These States are owed the Constitution of the United States of America
- The Territorial United States operates as 57 entities— 50 “inchoate” incorporated States of States like the “State of California” and 7 Insular States (Guam, Puerto Rico, et alia)– that in turn administer the delegated “powers” in international jurisdiction. These are all operated as franchises of the United States, Inc., and under the plenary power of Congress granted at Article I, Section 8, Clause 17, they are operated as They operate under State of State Statutes and Federal Code. These states also operate under the Constitution of the United States of America.
- The Municipal United States has also grown out of Article I, Section 8, Clause 17— this is a network of approximate 10,000 municipal city-state governments organized as municipalities and boroughs and STATES OF STATES like the STATE OF LOUISIANA and incorporated counties like JACKSON COUNTY all organized under the Municipal Law of Washington, DC, which is an independent international city-state akin to the Vatican or the Inner City of London, and again, under the plenary power granted to Congress, these are run as oligarchies subject to whatever whim Congress may have. They operate under Public Policies and Martial Common Law. These various municipal entities operate under the Constitution of the United States, and although this is a document we seldom see, it is the “constitution” that all the members of the Congress take their oaths to.
It is up to each one of us to know our correct political status and declare it.
Are we state nationals (not employed by any government in any capacity) or state Citizens (acting in some official capacity for our states) of the Continental United States?
of Are we Federal Citizens? (that is, employees, public officials, or dependents of the United States America?)
Are we Territorial Citizens? (that is, employees, public officials, or dependents if the United States, Inc.?)
Are we Municipal Citizens? (that is, employees, public officials or dependents of the UNITED STATES, INC.?)