Law of Land Law of Water Explained by Jordan Maxwell

Posted by Dobrien 1 year, 5 months ago to History
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The more you know. 1871 we became the Corporation of The United States. At that time the United States of America as a constitutional republic. Are you a US citizen or are you an American National?

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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 year, 5 months ago
    This was a topic of discussion quite a while back, if I remember correctly, The law of the Water takes precedence, doesn't it?
    If that is the case, we are American
    A link and a refresher would help, Brother.
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    • Posted by $ Commander 1 year, 5 months ago
      I find this interesting.
      For starter.
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      • Posted by 1 year, 5 months ago
        Yes, very interesting. To this lawfare ignorant soul,
        It seems the controllers spin chaos and fuQery with their language.
        In example..
        Note that the plural verb "are" was used, providing further
        evidence that the "United States of America" are plural,
        as implied by the plural term "States". Also, the author
        of that definition switches to "United States" in the second
        sentence. This only adds to the confusion, because the
        term "United States" has three (3) different legal meanings:

        I have said it many times the evil ones only know how to twist ,distort and pervert reality.
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        • Posted by $ Commander 1 year, 5 months ago
          I found your reference link within minutes of asking, on my own initiative. I found the Supremelaw link shortly afterward.

          The following from two weeks ago:

          Is intelligence instinctive or acquired, specifically speaking of humans relatively? Why are some humans smart and others are dumb, is it really natural, the way it is, or vastly influenced by real life incidents (learned)?

          One word: “language.” The human brain is a thinking machine that is fueled by expressive language. Some thinking machines work better than others. While there is a case for physical differences—-some machines are wired better than others—-generally speaking most human brains are wired the same. The difference, therefore, boils down to the brain,’s fuel—-unleaded vs high test. The primary ingredient that distinguishes high test from unleaded is called “ontology.” Ontologies are made of expressive language. They tell minds what thoughts mean. When a mind is stimulated to think by receiving a “language message” (vocal, musical, digital, physical etc.), it decodes the message with the ontologies it has learned.

          Or discounts the message based upon the ontologies learned

          Archimedies was a mathematician, philosopher, physicist, engineer, astronomer, weapons designer, and inventor so he must have had a lot of ontologies at his command. He was considered very intelligent. Lower on the rungs of the intelligence ladder is Chris. Chris is a plumber. He understands Archimedes' buoyancy concept, but does not have a mathematical ontology that would allow him to compute it. He probably does not care unless something sinks. But, Chris plays poker and wins a lot. He has read Doyal Brunson's book, Super System and has adopted its ontology. Who is more intelligent? If Chris had gone to Carneggie Mellon, University, he could be computing chess moves because he would be melding AI ontologies with chess moves. Its the ontologies, stupid, and the language they are made made of.

          These "evil" folk are highly intelligent when it comes to the use of formal language. 20 or 30 generations of prodigy and associative development of contract and treaty language.

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