Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Definition of De Facto Government Vs. Dejure Government

We mistakenly believe that the current U.S. government is working in the interests of the inhabitants of the USA. They are not, they represent the interests of the banking cabal known as the Federal Reserve system. The conflict is created because we still have bound our allegiance to the flag and the Original Dejure government of the United States of America. We are being misled by blind allegiance based on illusion and symbolism.
The whole point of the U.S. Civil flag is to break the mind control that has been placed over us. Begin to ask questions and align yourself only with those people that are actually operating in your best interests. Below is the definition of Defacto and Dejure. You are controlled by language or the mis-use of language. It is the serpent in the garden all over again. Are what we call dollars, really dollars or are they Federal Reserve notes?
There is a group that is setting up a Dejure government here in the USA. It will be a 6 month interim government, before there are general elections held.

Black's Law Dictionary Revised 4
ed. ppg. 824, 825
GOVERNMENT DE FACTO. A government of fact. A government actually exercising power and
control in the state, as opposed to the true and lawful government; a government not established
according to the constitution of the state, or not lawfully entitled to recognition or supremacy, but
which has nevertheless supplanted or displaced the government de jure. A government deemed
unlawful, or deemed wrongful or unjust, which, nevertheless, receives presently habitual obedience
from the bulk of the community. Aust. Jur. 324
There are several degrees of what is called “de facto government.” Such a government, in its highest degree,
assumes a character very closely resembling that of a lawful government. This is when the usurping government expels the
regular authorities from their customary seats and function, and establishes itself in their place, and so become the actual
government of a country. The distinguishing characteristic of such a government is that adherents to it in war against the
government de jure do not incur the penalties of treason; and, under certain limitations, obligations assumed by it in behalf
of the country or otherwise will, in general, be respected by the government de jure when restored.
Such a government might be more aptly denominated a “government of paramount force,” being maintained by
active military power against the rightful authority of an established and lawful government; and obeyed in civil matters by
private citizens. They are usually administered directly by military authority, but they may be administered , also, by civil
authority, supported more or less by military force. Thorington v. Smith, 8 Wall. 8,9,19 L.Ed.361

GOVERNMENT DE JURE. A government of right;, the true and lawful government; a government
established according to the constitution of the state, and lawfully entitled to recognition and
supremacy and the administration of the state, but which is actually cut off from power or control. A
government deemed lawful, or deemed rightful or just, which nevertheless, has been supplanted or
displaced;, that is to say, which receives not presently (although it received formerly) habitual
obedience from the bulk of the community. Aust. Jur. 324

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