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US Land Claims in Bundy Case Based on Lie-Started, Treaty-Violating, Unlawful War on Mexico

•, Washington's Blog
  The Bundy land case raises questions of US federal authority on the ~80% of Nevada they claim to “own.” It’s also a spark for Americans to act on a local issue within a context of US government “leaders” engaging in OBVIOUS crimes centering in warmoney, and media (also in ~100 other crucial areas).

US land claims (and here) in Nevada and throughout the US Southwest originate in similar crimes to current US lie-started, treaty-violating, unlawful Wars of Aggression. These claims are from violating treaties with Native Americans, and a lie-started, treaty-violating, unlawful invasive war on Mexico.

If the land in question was stolen by the US federal government, and used US military to do so only with unlawful orders and lies to our trusting soldiers and families, then we have strong arguments that all ensuing claims of the federal government are void because anything passed as so-called “law” in obvious violation to the US Constitution is void with zero legal force.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Now we need a Mastercoin app, or a MaidSafe app that everyone can go to so that they can see if a law is constitutional. Any time they are accused of breaking any law, they can check it out electronically, in a way that doesn't lie. If a law isn't constitutional, nobody has to obey it or can be litigated against for disobeying it.