Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on April 15, 1998 at 21:11:21:
In Reply to: My conclusion on the topic posted by Dave on April 15, 1998 at 18:38:26:
If you will read Howard Freeman's essay
entitled "The Two United States and the Law,"
you will come to appreciate that a secret
bankruptcy was foisted on the nation,
beginning in the year 1933. Accordingly,
the whole country was foreclosed to discharge
the United States debt to the international
bankers. When this happened, Congress
effectively "liened" on the whole country,
thus rendering both the state and federal zones
"territory or property of the United States,"
subject to Article IV. In this context, it
makes sense that the courts would fall into
line, by using the USDC to perpetrate
inland admiralty within the several states
of the Union, to sustain the "interests" of
undisclosed principals, namely, the
international bankers and their successors,
assigns, and instrumentalities.
On a more technical level, you are overlooking
the stated purpose of the Judiciary amendments
in 1948: "NO INTERRUPTION OF JURISDICTION"
was the one of the stated objectives.
The Brushaber case was brought in the DCUS!
Repeals by implications are not favored.
Thus, it could not have been the intent of
Congress to abolish the DCUS, because it was
the express intent of Congress NOT to
interrupt the established jurisdictions of
federal courts already in existence. I believe
your analysis has failed to take this clear
legislative intent into account, particularly
since the intent is explicit in the statute
itself, and is not hidden away in the
legislative history and hearings.
I realize that you appear to have run out
of time, but the subject is immensely
important for the future of our nation.
For your information, author and activist
Dan Meador has published several works which
agree completely with my conclusions. Search
for "Dan Meador" using the Alta Vista search
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Counselor at Law, Federal Witness,
and Private Attorney General
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