U.S. Embassies; Designed to Protect the Rights of People Overseas & to Stop Wars

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     United States embassies have a real history that everyone who hates war should know:

     Embassies are designed specifically so that people overseas will not have their rights violated by U.S. soldiers OR by others operating under U.S. authority.

Actually this has to do with one of the very first U.S. flags called

“The Pine Tree Flag” 

(no, it was not designed by South Park creators even though it looks like it was!)

Pine Tree Flag

The Story of The Pine Tree Flag:

The “rebel alliance” colonialists who

Declared Independence from England

and who drew “big State lines” around

The Corporate Counties

in order to “rope them in” & put

Federal District Courthouses

in place so they could

File Powerful Court Orders

& enact

Rights-Protecting Federal Laws

down onto the corrupt

Corporate County Governments

in order to halt merchant authorities from delegating laws under “the rule of The Crown” rather than “on behalf of the people” were exhausted from living for centuries under an unjust, dictatorship called

The Feudal System.

This is one of the reasons that the birth of The United States government would eventually bring about

The 14th Amendment,

which gives “equal protections of the laws” to all people, not just Citizens:

The 14th Amendment

The “rebels” were particularly frustrated with having to deal with

“a foreign government”

with which there was no way

to “appeal”

*from overseas*.

Political Theorist John Locke’s “An Appeal To Heaven” phrase succinctly connotes that it is Heaven who a People appeal to when forcible resistance is resorted to.

Locke’s works were well-known & frequently quoted by colonial leaders, being the most quoted authority on government in the 1760-1776 period prior to American independence.

“After a long continuance of unjust abuses of power by a government have been patiently suffered & all means of redress by earthly authority are ineffectual & exhausted, a People are left no alternative than to appeal to a morally just Supreme Judge for final adjudication & hopeful vindication of their cause through forcible resistance to achieve redress either through the acquiescence, alteration, or abolishment of the offending government. “

– John Locke

THAT is why The United States has Embassies Overseas;

to enable people overseas to Petition the United States government & have their Redress made visible to The People via

The American People’s Representatives

so that we may collectively have

Due Process

& end war as “demanded” by people whose rights have been violated.

That is also why the last part of

United States Code “Perjury of Oath”


.Perjury pt3

The design of the flag came from General Washington’s secretary, Colonel Joseph Reed. In a letter dated October 20, 1775:

Pine Tree Flag

Months prior to Colonel Reed’s suggestion for using the pine, the pine was used on the flag that the Colonists flew at the Battle of Bunker Hill in June 1775.

The pine tree had long been a New England symbol being depicted on the Flag of New England flown by colonial merchant ships dating back to 1686.  

The white pine found in New England, specifically the Eastern White Pine {Pinus strobus} was highly desirable for constructing masts in shipbuilding.

Leading up to the Revolutionary War it became a symbol of Colonial ire & resistance.

Due to lack of supply of suitable lumber on the island, England reserved 24 inch (61 cm) diameter trees under The Mast Preservation Clause in the Massachusetts Charter in 1691.  The trees were identified by a Surveyor of the King’s Woods (a position of preferment) who would in turn appoint deputies to survey & place the broad arrow symbol on the tree from three hatchet slashings denoting “property of the Crown”.

The statutes required colonists prior to harvesting trees from their property to have a King’s Surveyor mark the larger diameter trees with the broad arrow and then purchase a royal license to harvest the trees not marked with the broad arrow.  The colonists resented the strictures on the timber used for their needs & livelihoods.  Prohibitions were disregarded & they practiced “Swamp Law”, where the pines were harvested according to their needs regardless of statutes.

The colonialists were operating for

Commercial Purposes

so they were being regulated under something that was called

Admiralty Law

unbeknownst to them, which is why statutory jurisdiction was being used rather than

Common Law,

which is why commercial British Admiralty Registry (BAR) lawyers pretty much had the run the gamut inside the

Vice-Admiralty Courts.

The Constitution of The United States

would not be written & signed until 1787, &

The Bill of Rights

would not be written & ratified until 1791!

In New Hampshire enforcement led to The Pine Tree Riot in 1772, where a statute had been in effect since 1722 protecting 12 inch diameter trees.  After being fined & refusing to pay for possessing trees marked with the broad arrow, a New Hampshire mill owner leading other mill owners & townsmen assaulted the Sheriff & his Deputy sent to arrest him by giving him one lash with a tree switch for every tree which the mill owners were fined, cutting the ears, manes, & tails off their horses, & forcing them out of town through a jeering crowd.  This was one of the first acts of forceful protest against British policies, however one could see why they were frustrated with the unfair & rigged-in-favor-of-the-commercial-lawyers

Vice-Admiralty Courts.

It occurred almost two years prior to the more well-known Boston Tea Party protest and three years before open hostilities began at the Battles of Lexington and Concord.


In today’s United States governmental design, the statute would be seen as “a victimless crime” & thus “unconstitutional” IF the Citizen were truly operating for noncommercial purposes, & the Officer still ticketed the personthey could then 

Calmly Demand The Officer’s Badge Number & Name,

& then later simply

File an Affidavit Calling for a Citizen’s Arrest

upon the offending officer in order to “demand” “due process” as guaranteed within

The 5th Amendment

for the crime of

Deprivation of Rights Under Color of Law

in order to have that officer arrested by federal agents so that justice could be attained for both the officer & the civilian; technically, the civilian AND the officer could both hold Congress accountable for both being “put in harm’s way” & collectively gain

A Satisfaction to Grievances

if they collectively file

A Class-Action Lawsuit

and serve upon that statute a

Notice of Constitutional Question.

George Washington all nations quote


Special thanks to www.SignsOfAngels.com for the above commemorative quote we’re using under Fair Use.

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     “War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and prestige that the warrior does today.

~John F. Kennedy

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“Pine Tree Flag” on Wikipedia.org: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pine_Tree_Flag
About The British Admiralty Registry:  http://www.healthfreedom.info/bar%20association.htm

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