Introducing the new seal of the President for the Government of The United States of America!
PUBLISHED BY THE REIGN OF THE HEAVENS SOCIETY POST ON 04-02-2020
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE
Presented by the North American National Party Introducing the new seal of the President for the Government of The United States of America,
The original Confederacy of 1781, not to be confused with the Confederate States of American between 1861 to 1865 was and still is the original Federal republic and still is today by definition:
THE LAW OF NATIONS-BOOK I of Nations considered in themselves
Of Nations or Sovereign States.
§10. Of states
“Finally, several sovereign and independent states may unite themselves together by a perpetual confederacy, without ceasing to be, each individually, a perfect state. They will together constitute a federal republic: their joint deliberations will not impair the sovereignty of each member, though they may, in certain respects, put some restraint on the exercise of it, in virtue of voluntary engagements. A person does not cease to be free and independent, when he is obliged to fulfill engagements which he has voluntarily contracted.”
as opposed to the constitution of the United States where all of the power is vested into a Senate:
§3. Of the
several kinds of
“If the body of the nation keeps in its own hands the empire or the right to command, it is a popular government, a democracy; if it entrusts it to a certain number of citizens, to a senate, it establishes an aristocratic republic; finally, if it confides the government to a single person, the state becomes a monarchy.”
The North American National Party is looking forward to the inhabitants standing up and claiming their States of the Union back through the Government of The United States of America to re-establish a real and true Federal republic under the Charter of the American Continent. The Government of The United States of America is looking forward to being the Federal republics General Post Office that holds the Union of 1774 together.
Published by the committee of the National assembly for the Government of The United States of America.