IN THE MATTER OF B.L.M. VS. THE HAMMOND FAMILY!
Published on 12-31-2015 by THE REIGN OF THE HEAVENS SOCIETY POST
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE
From: the office of the Governor for the Government of The United States of America
TO: Organization of American States
17th Street and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, D.C., 20006-4499
United States of America
Main Telephone: 1 (202) 370 5000
Fax: 1 (202) 458 3967
TO: Oregon State Bar
16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd.
Phone: (503) 620-0222
Facsimile: (503) 684-1366
TO: American BAR Association
Washington DC Office
1050 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
It has been brought to the attention of the office of the Governor for the Government of The United States of America that there are certain Treaty and Human Rights Violations occurring within the Districts of the State of Oregon.
It has also come to the attention of the office of the Governor for the Government of The United States of America that these vast Human Rights and Treaty violations will cause a reversion of the chain of title of the jurisdiction in question back to the Land Act of 1785 of which exclusively
belongs to this Government. The original 13 states did not cede the disposal of property to any federal government and said lack of ceding authority does reflect within its current constitution.
Any and all claims of succession of said act came from 9 Baron Families that were and still are technically fugitives from justice wanted in Europe. These same 9 Baron families and their successors and assigns posed as 9 states when 13 states were needed to cede any authority and therefore have been privately and publicly trespassing through an instrument known as the Bureau
of Land Management (BLM) which claims to have been ceded authority from the Land Act of 1785.
It is apparent that the ranchers in two separate states that have been claiming that BLM is trespassing or claiming management rights that do not exist have been slandered in such a way through the media for the purpose of isolating those ranchers from receiving any assistance from the courts to uphold their legal rights in violation of Article II, Article IV, Article V, Article VI,
Article IX, Article XIV, Article XVII, Article XVIII, Article XXIII, of the AMERICAN DECLARATION OF THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF MAN.
Unfortunately, the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man is directly connected to the Bar Treaty whereby the ultimate responsibility of all of the obligations, responsibilities and liabilities of aforesaid violations fall upon the American Bar Association and the Oregon State Bar
which is required to be reviewed by the Organization of American States.
Failure to act on behalf of the Bar Treaty and the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man as it pertains to witnessing human rights violations and failure to stop and correct relieves the officers on duty of holding said positions that have benefited from said treaty and declaration.
The aforementioned violations are blatant against a small rancher family and an effort by the trustees of the 9 baron families to claim even a larger monopoly then already achieved.
This Government is not interested in the arguments of the case and does not take sides. However, this Government does claim to uphold Human Rights and does possess the first Human Rights Tribunal ever formed on American Soil under Article 8 of the UDHR. Something that the trustees of the baron families failed to accomplish over a period of 50 years. This Government also has Treaty jurisdiction since it has the ability to treat with other countries
According to the agreements that created the Pan American union which ultimately resides with the Organization of American States, it is incumbent upon all parties to act as sovereign entities and self govern accordingly.
Therefore it is recommended by this office that these basic human rights violations against the Hammond family in the State of Oregon are investigated in a timely manner by the Organization of American States, the American Bar Association and the Oregon State Bar.
The office of the Governor for the Government of The United States of America
John Harold Fulks