What is the meaning of "United States?"

Here we will discuss where United States and States of United States have territorial jurisdiction to compel obedience to "federal" or "state" law.
Post Reply
User avatar
iamfreeru2
Site Admin
Posts: 46
Joined: Sun Jun 10, 2018 4:39 pm

What is the meaning of "United States?"

Post by iamfreeru2 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 5:37 pm

Article I of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, A.D. 1777, hereinafter "Articles" effectively defines The United States of America, when it states: “The stile of this confederacy shall be “The United States of America.” The term or phrase “United States” is never expressly defined in the Organic Laws of The United States of America; however, “United States” appears many times in the Articles in the phrase, “The United States in Congress assembled,” where without question “United States” means the Confederacy. We will have to use our critical thinking skills to give the proper meanings to the phrase, “United States” as it appears in the Constitution of September 17, A.D. 1787, but before we rely on the Organic Laws of The United States of America we must agree those Organic Laws state the law exactly as it is written.

The Articles has not been replaced by the Constitution of September 17, A.D. 1787, as neither direct, nor indirect, evidence that the Articles has been repealed, such as wording stating such in the Constitution. The four Organic Laws of The United States of America have been organic laws since the dates they were enacted or ratified and the proof of this is found in the United States Code, volume 1, where they are listed as part of the current general and permanent laws of The United States of America.

What is the simple answer to the question, when is the “United States” not the territory or other property owned by or subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of The United States of America? The answer is in the Organic Laws, if the “United States” does not mean the Confederacy, the United States of America, it means the territory or other property ceded to or owned by The United States of America, administered by United States, and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction thereof.

There are no documents called the Founding Documents of the Confederacy, The United States of America and also none classified as the “Organic Laws of the United States”. Grammatically and legally the phrase, “United States,” is too indefinite to have a legal meaning such as that given The United States of America in the Articles. This is confirmed by almost total absence of any documentation supporting the legal existence of any entity known as “United States.” Article IV of the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, A.D. 1787, comes close to identifying a territory and potential political state. That territory was the Northwest Territory, but it was already a permanent part of the Confederacy, The United States of America:

The said territory, and the States which may be formed therein, shall forever remain a part of this Confederacy of the United States of America, subject to the Articles of Confederation, and to such alterations therein as shall be constitutionally made;

In the Organic Laws if the phrase, The United States of America is to have a different meaning, the context of that use must readily provide such meaning. Therefore, when the phrase, “Organic Laws of the United States of America,” is used in volume 1 of the United States Code, The United States of America means the Confederacy established by the Articles and NOT the continental United States or geographical United States of America.

I hear all the time the term “Founding Documents of the United States”, and that term has not been established by any law or legal authority. Any Internet search of “founding documents of the United States” will reveal The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, Constitution of the United States and Bill of Rights to be the documents always listed. The “Federalist Papers” and “Debates in the Federal Convention of A.D. 1787” have also been listed as founding documents. Your freedom is NOT found in any so-called Founding Documents that may have been written by any so-called Founding Fathers..

The Organic Laws beginning with the Articles carefully render the phrase, “United States,” as a noun: the “United States in Congress assembled;” in a prepositional phrase to describe a noun, such as “Congress of the United States” or “President of the United States.” How are we to establish that the “United States” means the territory or other property owned by or subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of The United States of America? Again, by applying common sense, if “United States” does not mean the Confederacy, The United States of America it means the territory or other property owned by or subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of The United States of America.
1 Corinthians 1:18 "For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God."

Post Reply