A holiday to celebrate America’s ‘independence’?

Sorry to disturb the serenity of the food and fireworks on this hallowed holiday of July 4, but the search for the truth never rests.

For more than almost three centuries now, Americans have believed in a lie so monstrous it can scarcely be believed. The United States is a not a country, but a corporation.

In truth, it would be more accurate to say, the US is still a colony, which in the strictest of legal terms, represents a corporate or (e)state franchise of the Crown, or more specifically, the Crown Temple in London. Kings James I became renown for not only having created the text that is known today in the modern age as the Bible, but he also established the first charter of Virginia in 1606.

This royal charter not only granted America’s first settlers and forefathers the right to colonize land owned by the British crown on the east coast of the North American continent, it also granted Britain’s future monarchs complete sovereignty and dominion over America’s future generations of citizens. The charter also granted the right of Crown agents to levy and collect taxes on behalf of the Crown.

But, here’s where the confusion for most Americans begins.

Though the British Crown may have later renounced the terms and conditions set down in the Virginia charter with the Declaration of Independence and the Treaty of Paris Peace in 1783, those rights and liberties were merely transferred to agents of the Crown Temple bank. Thus, while America may have gained independence from the British monarch, its colonies became (e)states, unlawfully but legally owned by the Crown Temple bank.

A closer examination of America’s signed treaties and charters reveals this shocking truth-that America’s independence is only a false perception, propagated through the ages until the present time.

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