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Date: Thu, 28 Aug 1997 10:01:46 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: "Declaration of Rights after the war" (fwd)

Caveat Lector!

>Hi Joe,
>	Just got this from
> "The Constitution of of Several Independent States of America," printed
>in London, 1783 and obtained from England just this day 27, Aug. 1997 by
>me. It came to me from two other researchers involved with me and now
>Montgomery.  If this doesn't wake people up then nothing will.
>I am just quoting the first paragraph.  And remember this is 1783 just
>before Adams, Franklin, Hartly and John Jay signed the Treaty with the
>King.  This proves what I have been saying all along about admiralty
>ruling this country and we are still under the thumb of the King.  We
>only won a battle of the revolution, the King won the war.  So here is
>the first paragraph.
>"Whereas, since the close of the last war, the British Parliament,
>claiming a power of right to bind the people of America, by statute, all
>cases whatsoever, hath in some acts expressly imposed taxes on them and
>in others, under various pretenses, but in fact for the purposes for
>raising a revenue, hath imposed rates and duties payable in these
>colonies established a board of commissioners, with unconstitutional
>powers, and extended the jurisdiction of the courts of admiralty, not
>only for collecting such duties, but for the trial of causes merely
>arising within the body of a country."
>Now they go into what acts of Parliament are doing in 1783 against the
>provinces of America.  Hey, this is how many years AFTER the
>Revolutionary War?  Then it goes into the resolves, of which there are 10
>named and one unnamed, as to what they grant us.  Whoa, grant us, a
>free???? people?  How about one sentence at the end at #2 where they say
>"To prepare an address to the people of Great Britain, and a memorial to
>the inhabitants of BRITISH AMERICA, and"
>emphasis added.
>We are to this day "British America."  There is no mention of the term
>United States at all.  Notice the phrase "Independent States of America"
>in the beginning.  I was taught there was a united States of America in
>Congress Assembled in 1776, weren't you?  Then it became United States of
>America in 1787, right?  Bolder dash or as Frank Kowalik would say
>"Humbug."  Look up Humbug, Joe.  And Linda Thompson said I produced
>garbage when she denounced me for using Admiralty.  No way can she now
>dispute the truth that came directly from England 7 years after the war
>was over and we purportedly gained our independence from the Crown.  She
>told me to remover her from my mailing list so she wouldn't have to
>defend her position that would be destroyed by this hard evidence.  Isn't
>it interesting how cockroaches run from the light of truth and scurry off
>to the dark recesses of deceit, lies and subterfuge.  
>	Now why would that English Professor that you said was hired to
>find documents in America's old church records and old court houses be
>really looking for?  As I told you before, to find them so they could be
>destroyed, and make me and other researchers like Montgomery and these
>other two look like fools and raving lunatics when others try to find
>them and can't after the government has pulled them.  Man I can't wait to
>see the response from the British places in London that the British
>counsulate in NY sent me to get the information, and certified too boot. 
>	Joe, we got to get this out so that researchers can stop chasing
>after their tails and get to the bottom of the whole mess.  If only the
>Informer could get his book into the mainstream population with the help
>of the "patriots" it would be great.  But I don't expect that to happen
>when the majority of patriots don't know that it exists.  Just since the
>book has been published in April, we have come up in the last three weeks
>with so much more backup that it is unbelievable.  And this is with only
>four people working on it.  Imagine if all the known researchers started
>on this.  I bet in a matter of weeks we could hand the Congress and
>executive usurpers their heads on a stick with enough evidence of their
>criminal acts they would flee the country or literally lose their heads.
>				Big Al 

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