On Being Sold a Bill of Goods — Public Notice to China
By Anna Von Reitz
You have been “sold a Bill of Goods” — don’t feel bad. The same imposters tried to pull the same thing on us, and almost succeeded.
Time to assess what you actually acquired from them, which is stolen property and nonexistent debt.
The actual international law that pertains to this situation is: “Possession by pirates does not change ownership.”
What you have acquired by purchase and by claims of indebtedness, known as the “UNITED STATES, INC.” has no assets or trademarks of its own. Everything they had was stolen property. You acquired debt that was owed to us and no offset accounting was done to mitigate the debt.
So, you’ve been swindled and we’ve been swindled.
And we all know who and what is at fault in this mess.
We are passing on this information to the U.S. Military, which will not be allowed to stand down if China attempts any action against this country, and we are inviting you to contact us to discuss reparations that are due from the Vatican and the Lord Mayor of the Inner City of London and the British Monarch — not from us.
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