The "government" declared us their enemies a long time ago; General orders NO.100Submitted by FreeManOnLand on Sat, 03/21/2009 - 12:26
Martial Law is declared by President Lincoln on April 24th, 1863, with General Orders No. 100; under martial law authority, Congress and President Lincoln institute continuous martial law by ordering the states (people) either conscribe troops and or provide money in support of the North or be recognized as enemies of the nation; this martial law Act of Congress is still in effect today.
Here is further proof of this claim:
Later, shortly before WWI, the United States, Corp US, passed Trading with the Enemies Act, allowing the corporate state (known as UNITED STATES) to trade with its enemies. For a further look into this:
The last part is recognizing what the "American" experiment really was. Prior to the Revolutionary war the entire European world was owned, operated, and manipulated by royal families working in concert to maintain control over their given populations. Hence why they intermarried rather frequently.
After the Revolution the principal concept of America was allowing ALL Citizens, State Citizens, to be their own Sovereign, just as the kings and Queens of Europe had been for many centuries. The word Sovereign is defined as by wiki: Sovereignty is the exclusive right to control a government, a country, a people, or oneself. A sovereign is a supreme lawmaking authority.
Tying this into the "Trading with the Enemies Act"; being that a Sovereign can be considered their own country, is basically giving the United States "permission" to trade with other "Sovereign entities" otherwise known as "Nationals" (Instead of U.S. citizens) by contract. To much information about this to delve further.
What our Revolution really allotted for was all Americans to live as the Kings and Queens of our country. In a country where everyone is Royalty; no mater what bloodline you come from. Everything else in this "movement" is petty unless the people of the united States of America wake up and reclaim the throne that they've given away so incompetently.