By: Dr. Dale Livingston

The penetration of the organizational veil expose, and the setting aside of the unlawful or de facto existence of the [alleged] united states national government as having

No Standing

As a de jure nation - in any case, affair, circumstance, agreement, act, action or activity, anywhere in the world

This Expose Reveals The Underlying Disposition and Conscience, or Lack Thereof, For The MANY Unlawful Acts and acts by the [alleged] United States, Its Being, In Truth, The Nation That Never Was, And Is Hereby Applicable To Each and All TESTS Construed, or To Be Construed, For The Same As:

The Nation That Never Was:

I. The establishment of a Corporation, one of several forms of chartered legal entities, requires as one of its foremost procedures in a lawful and legal development, the holding of an official organizational meeting, where its prescribed board of directors, president, other officers as provided for, if any, owners and owners rights, location of its first recognized headquarters, its operating lower laws, known as by laws, its form of financial institution to be utilized by it, its official seal, and other such important matters too important to be loosely defined by the whims of single individuals, not known as to whether the same are acting of themselves or acting instead, in an official capacity, for the officially organized Corporation itself.

II. While a Corporation, organized under an already existing body of law, of government, may be given some latitude as to where it may meet for its organizational meeting, providing its own Articles, chartering its required course does not make strict demands on such organizational meeting location, in the event that it does not hold such organizational meeting as required, or does so on some improper or unlawful basis, there is definite risk that by its failure to hold the proper organizational meeting wherein its fiduciary duties may be first officially exercised, else by such failure the Corporation will devolve to a state of errors, given time, for its flagrant ignoring of the proper and lawful, organizational [first] meeting of its designated officials, before it engages in a single event of doing business, with anyone, not of the Corporation itself.

III. A newly to be established Government, to be a unique Government to itself, unlike a Corporation, having no existing government already over it, Government, to look to for its, Government’s, authority, does not have any latitude to act outside of the particular constraints, if constraints there be, set forth in that instrument, whether written or proclaimed oral, which is to Charter its very course of being from the beginning.

IV. If, within such Chartered Course of Destiny, the newly to be established Government, is not provided any specific form of other government as a guiding authority for its favored choices of decisions to be made, or not made, such Government, if it proposes to be a government, or nation, of laws and not of men, is not entitled, no matter what the objects of reason to the contrary, to look to any place but within its own Chartered Course, laid out by those whose interests were at stake at the time such Chartered Constitution, plotting such Course, was established, for all of its immediate and future beneficiaries, from the time of the laying of its Course, ever after, until its Course shall be run, if not without ceasing.

V. The Proposed Constitution for the United States, then, was that Proposed Chartered Course of Destiny that had no outside government for the inside officials provided-for within its, Proposed Constitution’s Charter, to look to for anything at all, rendering an unquestionable mandate that those, whoever they officially might be, seeking direction to lead them toward the Course of Government’s Destiny plotted, or to be plotted, by the Proposed Constitution, find it inward within that same said Constitution for such instruction only, and not elsewhere.

VI. Hereinafter, There shall Be Proclaimed, upon the tops of the crowns of all nations, extending to the very Mouths of Authority of such nations, wherever they may be in the Earth, these following truths, destroying, sadly for many, the illusion, or myth, that there ever was a lawfully established and ongoing existence of any de jure United States at all,

VII. For, IF we, of the Proposed United States, claim and believe, that we are [to be] a nation of laws and not of men, then we are No Nation At All.

VIII. In the slim thread of law that was to dictate the organization of the proposed United States, there are TWO questions, among others, that immediately reveal the flaw of the establishment of both the proposed Constitution as the de jure Constitution and the proposed United States nation as the de jure United States nation, which two questions are:

Question 1. WAS the proposed Constitution for the proposed United States, ratified on September 17, 1787 by the officially delegated signers thereof, recognized within its structured legal language to be a Body of Law, and therefore Law, even though only proposed and not made effective as Law at that time?

Evident Answer 1. The proposed Constitution for the proposed United States, being ratified on September 17, 1787 by the officially delegated signers thereof, Was, within its structured legal language, recognized to be a Body of Law, and therefore Law, even though only proposed and not made effective as Law at that time.

Question 2. WAS the Resolution – proposed and confirmed by the same Convention that ratified the proposed Constitution for the proposed United States nation, following immediately after the official ratification by the same Convention that ratified the proposed Constitution – recognized within its structured legal language to be a Body of Law, or was it recognized instead as being a Body of Opinion, and NOT Law, upon which the proposed nation could NOT lawfully organize thereunder?

Evident Answer 2. The said Resolution – proposed and confirmed by the same Convention that ratified the proposed Constitution for the proposed United States nation, following immediately after the official ratification by the same Convention that ratified the proposed Constitution – WAS NOT recognized within its structured legal language to be a Body of Law, BUT WAS, and IS, recognized instead as being a Body of Opinion, and NOT Law, upon which the proposed nation could NOT lawfully organize thereunder, lawfully rendering the Proposed Constitution as remaining to be the Proposed Constitution and the Proposed United States nation as remaining as the Proposed United States nation, or The Nation That Never Was, an Imposter Nation, or De facto Nation, existing fraudulently as a Nation of Men instead, and not, truly, as a Nation of Laws, as has long erroneously been taught.

Further breakdown of the convention fraud that ensued immediately after the ratification of the proposed constitution for the proposed united states, which denied all possibility for any or all of the thirteen states to ratify the same, or to bring about a lawful organizing of the proposed united states-nation thereunder.

From the Thirteen States,’ or from at least 9 of the 13 States,’ legislatures – without respect as to which States they might be, there never having been any establishment of a seniority or superiority of any one of the 13 original States over the others – were to Officially Recognize or else Determine Uniquely, if they should so choose, their Proposal of Senators for the still proposed United States, and their recognition of the popular votes of the Representatives, to fill, by their respective offices, both Houses of the proposed Congress, to meet at such time as both an approximate time and lawful place could be determined for the same to organize the proposed United States, under the precepts, provisions, and constraints contained within, and not outside of, the proposed Constitution for the proposed United States itself;

B. Therefore, on this exposing evidence as to the errors made by the Convention itself, by its proposed opinion for the course of action that was to be followed for the lawful organizing of the proposed Constitution for the proposed United States, the close scrutiny of the truth and evidence on this most serious of all matters has revealed the truth to be:

1. The ONLY time and place where the Congress HAS TO BE is WHERE the land is, WHEN it has been Ceded (given, not purchased – for where would the money come from, from a yet non-existent nation?) to the proposed (not already existent) United States central government, in order that it, the proposed Congress, meeting upon such precisely ceded and owned ground or land as the Constitution[ally] proposed Seat of Government and not elsewhere, might “accept it” as provided for at Clause 17 of Section 8, Article I, or “not accept it” if there be a reason for not doing so.

2. Recognizing That Except that Article VII, Clause 1 of the proposed Constitution for the United States read as proposed as follows and not as that Clause as read as fact below, the greater part of the provisions and proposals of the Resolution of the Convention following the ratification of the said Proposed Constitution was entirely out of order, and proposed that the Constitution having just been ratified be circumvented in its function of law without delay, to the shame, dishonor, and diminishing of reputation of that author or authors who first wrote it. Article VII, Clause 1 as Proposed in order to support the Resolution to follow the ratifying of the Proposed Constitution:

The Ratification of the Conventions of nine States, to be hereafter Organized under the Direction of the Continental Congress, shall be sufficient for the Establishment of this Constitution between the States so ratifying the Same.

3. Being unquestionable that Clause 1 of Article VII of the Proposed Constitution neither provided for, supported, nor allowed for the Continental Congress, or the Congress of the Confederacy, or even under the guise of being “in the Congress of the United States assembled,” as though “federally” organized, the Resolution by “opinion” that was proposed and proclaimed on that same date of September 17, 1789, being unlawfully construed as to its application to the proposed Constitution for the United States itself, was illegally applied to the same, and was largely responsible for the grave and unfortunate errors that ensued thereafter, creating as a result a legal condition that prevented the true, lawful, and thus legal, formation of the De jure United States central government, which would have further yielded forth the lawful and legal Acceptance of the otherwise Proposed Constitution for the United States as De jure, and for the final establishment of the De jure United States Union-nation, instead of the De facto United States Union-nation that exists now in its place, rendering a Nation of Laws, having been established under Law, instead of being a “nation of ‘men’” as we now actually are.

4. To establish the evidence necessary to make this most serious and challenging matter as Manifest to all, the following reconstruction of the aforementioned errant Resolution has been provided below, Manifesting those things which were lawful to resolve or propose as opposed to those things that were not lawful as are set forth above.

5. Laid Out In the Order of Occurrence, to show the illegal establishment of the Proposed United States, existing as an Imposter Nation among Nations, a De Facto Nation, instead, the Case of -The Nation That Never Was – Continues to Proceed As Follows:

1) The Congress of the Confederation, or Continental Congress, met from March 1, 1781, to March 4, 1789, the last such meeting being at 26 Wall Street, New York, New York.

2) The first alleged congress of the new government met for the first time in New York, at 26 Wall Street therein, on March 4, 1789.

3) Summarizing the two events, it has been perceived and proposed in U.S. history that: “The Congress of the Confederation met from March 1, 1781, to March 4, 1789, when it was replaced by the congress established by the United States Constitution.”

4) By the alleged “replacement” process, it was claimed, in essence, that the Continental Congress had passed its “torch” or “wand” of authority on to the new alleged Congress for the Proposed United States, in order that the same might be enabled to do business in its stead, accordingly. Papers of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 (Washington: National Archives and Record Service, General Services Administration, 1971), Reel 28, Item 19, Vol. 6:533.

X. Illegally Convened

A. The claim that the Congress, established under the Proposed Constitution, could elect to meet elsewhere than the chosen, or to be chosen, ground or land upon which its ownership and official headquarters site could not be questioned, gives rise to the mandatory question of which of the thirteen States referred to in the aforesaid Constitution was superior in its own authority over all others, or if more than one of superior authority, which ones they were, and by what manner of authority did either one State of more than one State arrive to such superior level of authority, so that its elected members of the new Congress could make the decision for all of the other members of the said new Congress, each in their unprescribed official locations, exactly how and where, other than at such location of land or property as was provided at Article I, Section 8, Clause 17, the same were to congregate at for any First Instance of official meeting, much less at any other continued time thereafter?

B. In order for any thing (land is a thing) to be delivered, the ones to whom it is to be delivered, unless there be any previous lawful provision for another to do so in their stead (there was no such prior provision in this case), must be present at the precise place where the thing delivered and to be Accepted, by THOSE who are to Accept it, is to take place.

C. In order to Accept a thing, the thing itself must be Delivered, in some form at least, to that which is to do the “Accepting.” That is, the Accepting of Knowledge of a thing is accepting the Knowledge of the thing, and not the thing itself.

D. The question, therefore, is not, did they have Deeds in those days to be delivered, that the Deeds might be accepted, for in the case of land to be accepted, it would be conclusive that there would be no place external to the land itself where the unorganized members of the proposed Congress might meet together in order to accept Deeds in particular, if deeds and not bills of sale there were to be, and not requiring the Congress to be present upon the land to be delivered itself, upon which the further question arises as to WHERE else would, or could, those proposed deeds, to ceded land, get delivered except upon the land itself to be delivered, and officially Accepted, as required by the Proposed Constitution, by the Congress at the place of such delivery?

E. For at Clause 17 of Section 8, Article I, we read, “As may, By . . . the Acceptance *of Congress, become the Seat of Government.” *or “by”

F. Upon the alleged Congress’ meeting on March 4, 1789, no Acceptance of land coming under the aegis of the Proposed Constitution’s own Clause 17 of Section 8, Article I, had taken place as it pertained to the place of 26 Wall Street, New York, New York, nor at its address thereafter in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, nor could the Congress Accept such places as were existent in such two States’ places of meeting, such States (New York, Pennsylvania) not being officially recognized at any time as being the two (2) “particular States” referred to in Clause 17, Section 8, Article I, for the required “Acceptance” Purpose prescribed for the first Congress therein.

G. Where the Congress is to “Accept” a thing, such as the property which was to become, at some time, “Washington, D.C., which was to be made a part of public trust, an Inherent Duty arises requiring the Congress to decide between two (2) factors; the right “to Accept” a thing also carries with it the opposite right, “to not Accept.”

H. Where it cannot be known as to the quality of the thing to be Accepted or Not Accepted without first examining the thing to be “Accepted” or “not Accepted,” the Inherent Duty to examine the item in question firsthand becomes necessary, as a matter of duty to the people for whom such entrusted authority is to, at any time, pertain to or have to do with, to any degree that is to affect their welfare and fundamental rights under law.

I. Since it would be impossible for any Congress, irrespective as to whether they were to receive copies of deeds, if Deeds were what was to be examined and accepted or not accepted, to know of any ceded property’s value without any ability at all to see it for themselves, it stands to reason that the members of a proposed Congress would need to visit directly the place to be Accepted, or not Accepted, in order to make such a critical decision as that.

J. Further, on the question of “Deeds” to property, if such were the fact, it would raise the instant question as to “where” those Deeds would necessarily be sent to for such an “Acceptance” or “not Acceptance,” bearing in mind that no State of those original thirteen enjoyed even a footnote of seniority and superiority over any of the others, in order that any proposed elected Senator or Representative thereof might decide for all others that such “Deeds,” if any, be sent to a single States’ elected officials over all others, in order that the “Acceptance” process begin in such single State for all of them, which condition also would, and does, reveal the flaw in what the Convention’s unlawful Resolution of Opinion, on September 17, 1787, brought about in place of the Proposed Constitution’s own legal workings contained exclusively therein.

K. RECOGNIZING that there existed at that time NO copy machines with which to make several copies of one’s Deed, or fax machines, etc., to use to transmit the same to the Proposed Senators and Congressmen of that time, yet living in their respective States simultaneously, the question must arise as to which of the Proposed members of the Proposed Congress would be those “Special” or “More Important” Members of the Congress to receive it over all others?

L. The answer must be, in such a case, resoundingly, None Of Them, For The Delivery of the Property Proposed in Clause 17 of Section 8, Article I, to be Accepted or Not Accepted could Only Be Delivered and Accepted, or Not, Where the Property itself actually Was at the time that it was to be “Accepted,” or Not “Accepted,” and nowhere else.

M. It Is Just A Matter Of Fact; there was nowhere else for the Delivery of the Articles of Property, or Land, to be Ceded (or “Given,” because it was to have had No Money of its own at its beginning, and NO lawful way to receive, lawfully, any money prior to its beginning by way of its lawful Organizing as such) to the United States – to be Received At, at any other than the very Place but the Place of Actual Delivery itself, the location of each part and parcel of land itself, exactly as was proposed to come to be in time, and not just as quickly as the Proposed Congressmen might meet wherever they choose (nation of men), not the Place of Delivery itself, in order to “Accept” or “Not Accept” that which they had no ability to see for themselves in order to actually, officially so “Accept” same as Required of them, equal Congressmen and Senators.

N. The factual question must arise, as it pertains to HOW the Congress, proposed within the Proposed Constitution for the Proposed United States, would acknowledge the Acceptance or Not Acceptance of any land proposed to be ceded to it without physically travelling to such land in order to do so.

O. There appears to be no answer for this question other than that the proposed persons elected, supposedly for a lawful purpose, by the eleven to thirteen States originally provided for within the Proposed Constitution, had no lawful place to meet anywhere other than such property to be secured on behalf of such new proposed governmental entity, to be first obtained procedurally by:

(1) patience; reasonable patience requiring the necessity of waiting whatever essential time it took in order to have the first parcel of ground - at the least - upon which elected members of the new Congress could meet, stand, and commence such official acts as the Proposed Constitution provided for therein, converting such Proposed Constitution to a de jure Constitution instead;

(2) by notification by their own States’ governments, by whose election they were to officially proceed, that such ceded property or properties had been acquired as required by the soon-to-be governing Constitution, to congregate thereon at such time as was expediently possible, to meet with other elected members of the newly proposed Congress for the first time, in order that the newly proposed government of the United States might commence its Organizational Meeting at such a location as could be confirmed to have been ordained for its lawful use, in contrast to any other place where it could not be so confirmed as ordained for lawful use.

...this expose "The Nation That Never Was" continued here

The Nation That Never Was: Listen to a recorded call here is here to inspire the sovereign People of the united States to learn about the de jure common law grand jury. People have the right to act as a balance of power against a corrupt government that tries to usurp their Constitutionally limited powers.

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