Some very important notices between 2010 to today!



The committee of the National assembly decided to re-publish these essential documents that others have seemed to miss over the years.

Before these newspapers were started, the Government of The United States of America use to publish all documents on scribd at this link throughout 2012 and 2013:

All documents today are also here:

Below are some very important documents that are in the published archives that a lot of people don’t seem to know about. Just because they do not know about them does not mean they were never published or that they never existed. 

The following documents have been completed since 2009 onward towards present day in no particular order. In order for these documents to help you, a resident declaration accepted by the National assembly is required, otherwise they will not help you at all. 

Please keep in mind that the United States does not have any of these type of documents that are required to exist as a country in its archives: 

 1: Amending the Great Seal and its chain of title:

2: New Declaration of Independence as amended from 2012:

3:Declaration of Rights resident and American National:

4: Declaration of Rights-The United States of America:

5: Declaration of Sovereignty:

6: Declaration of Independence from 2012:

7: Social Compact as amended from 2010:

Why was this done? The inhabitants are entitled to a Nationality. The States are failed States that cannot maintain their sovereignty so they are trust territories of The United States of America. 

The United States of America cannot be inherited and no one has or had hereditary title to The United States of America, that notion is utterly ridiculous. However it was claimed and it is up to the inhabitants to claim their lot within The United States of America starting with a resident declaration. If not, you have nothing. 

Anyone claiming they are a part of The United States of America without proof of residency or oath or affirmation is nothing more than claim jumper and a thief. 

Published by the committee of the National assembly for the Government of The United States of America.