Confusion About Gun Control Legislation


By Anna Von Reitz

There are various Territorial and Municipal initiatives taking place now at both the Congressional level and the level of their respective States of States organizations seeking to enact gun control and gun grabbing legislation, and I am being queried about this by a lot of very confused Americans.

All those affected by such legislation are “US citizens” of some kind and “US citizens” have never had any constitutional guarantees of any kind, so the organizations adopting these provisions for their members are within their rights to enact gun control legislation in the same way that IBM or Sonic Hamburgers, Inc. could seek to establish Public Policies forbidding their employees from
owning guns or bringing guns to work.
American State Citizens and American State Nationals are not at all affected by their Public Policies and druthers, but many Americans have been misidentified as some variety of “US citizens” and so the legislation could be misapplied to Americans who are not naturally subject to Territorial or Municipal legislation either at the level of their “Congresses” or their “States of States”.
One more argument in favor of reclaiming your birthright political status and explicitly expatriating from all forms of Territorial and Municipal Citizenship.
I have also heard a lot of confusion about the Dick Act, which was adopted in the very early 1900’s by the Territorial Government and which applies by Succession to the current Territorial Government.
Some people think that because it was enacted after 1860 that the Dick Act is “useless” but they are profoundly confused.  None of this current debate applies to us, American State Nationals or American State Citizens, either one.  But it does apply to Territorial “United States Citizens” and the Territorial Branch of the Federal Government.
The Dick Act permanently settled the question of Territorial Branch Gun Grabbing and did so in such a way that it can’t be revisited.
The Territorial branch of the Federal Government therefore can’t grab any guns or restrict any gun rights whatsoever, and what is so nice about this, is that the Territorial branch of the Federal Government is also responsible for protecting us from any usurpation or misapplication of legislation from the Municipal branch of the Federal Government.
So the Dick Act though not applicable to American State Nationals or American State Citizens, is applicable to Territorial Branch Federal Citizens, and they are then also responsible for protecting us from Municipal legislation seeking to infringe on our gun rights.
The Municipal Government has usurped grossly against the limitations stipulated by its Constitution and the Territorial Government allowed this in Breach of Trust, but we are now pulling both of them up by the proverbial hairs and this process of putting both back in their places about gun rights and many other matters must continue.
So address the Territorial Congressional Delegations and inform them of their obligation as Successor organizations to honor the Dick Act and inform the Territorial State of State Legislatures of the Dick Act, and while making it clear that you as an American State Citizen are not subject to any of this frou-frou-rah in the first place, they are nonetheless prohibited from gun grabbing against their own citizens (by the Dick Act)  and obligated to protect us against any offer of gun grabbing or other usurpation by the Municipal Government, too.
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