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Assembly work 1 year 6 months ago #24

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We all have to work hand in hand to get the level of competence and standing to build the republic back to the great position it once held.
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Assembly work 1 week 4 days ago #127

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Hello,

I live at Santa Fe New Mexico. Please connect me with anyone from there.

Except for contracts with the corporation, I think New Mexico is still a territory. I think research will demonstrate that all the NW Territories were corporations before they became United States corporate States.

james-osbourne holmes
a/k/a Red Pill Media
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Assembly work 6 days 18 hours ago #130

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Thank you james! I will take note of this for the email system.
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Assembly work 6 days 10 hours ago #131

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I am an American National, born in Pennsylvania. I am in the process of changing my status from "citizen" (bogus) to American National, awaiting delivery of a certified copy of my Birth Certificate. I do have two certified copies already, dated May 18, 1950. (My birthdate is July 2, 1945.) The filing date is July 11, 1945. I assume that one of my (late) parents ordered these for me. They have the embossed seal of the COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, and are stamped in red with sequential 6-digit numbers. They bear the signatures of the "Secretary of Health" (apparently in the form of a stamp), the attending physician, and the "Registrar," as well as my name, the names of my father (the same as mine; I am a "Junior," although the certificate does not so indicate), my mother's name, and the names of the attending physician.

All these names are handwritten in upper and lower case, apparently with the same handwriting, so the "signatures" are unlikely to be authentic. In addition to the sequential numbers in red, there are two additional numbers, apparently written in the same hand as all the words on the certification, namely an 8-digit "File No." and a 5-digit "Registered No."

The certificates measure 5-1/8" high and 7-5/8" wide, and are NOT printed on "stock-certificate" paper, but on beige paper with vertical watermark stripes, about 11 to the inch, identified with a form No. and a "union bug."

I will be interested to see what differences (if any) turn up in the new certified copies when they arrive.

In addition, I also have the official, original hospital birth certificate, which has my name as a "junior," the signature of the (same) "attending physician," in a handwriting that matches all the handwriting on the "Certification of Birth" from PA, and is labeled as "signed by its duly authorized officer." Either the attending physician wrote everything on both documents, or a third party wrote all the text. The only other handwriting (on either document) appears only on the hospital birth certificate in the blanks for my name, date and time of birth, and my parents' names.

Along with these records were a Certificate of Baptism dated May 12, 1946 (Presbyterian), and a certificate of vaccination dated April 22, 1950 (age 5), for Smallpox. From these documents, I suspect that the birth certificates were ordered in preparation for my entering school.

I look forward to establishing my proper status, and moving forward with others in New Jersey (and also my ex-neighbors in my native state of Pennsylvania.
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Assembly work 3 days 2 hours ago #134

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Anna Von Reitz's way of setting your proper status is not required to become an assembly member and do assembly business. Appendix B, C, and D in the handbook will set your status for assembly standing.
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