The trouble with history is that we weren't there to witness it. It can be altered to fit the beliefs of its authors or taught in schools to favor a political agenda that withholds important facts. The history lessons that are being taught in public schools is revisionist history smattered with lies, distortions and omissions. Many of America’s academic history texts are published by Oxford University Press and Random House UK which is a publishing division of Bertelsmann - the German media monopoly conglomerate. These history texts claim that America won the War of Independence and defeated the British. They neglect to expose and analyze the signed treaties between the United States and Great Britain which tell a different story. King James I of England was famous not just for rewriting the Bible into the King James version, but for signing the First Charter of Virginia in 1606. That charter granted America's British forefathers a “license” to settle and colonize America. The Charter also guaranteed that the future Kings and Queens of England would have sovereign authority over all of the citizens and the colonized land in America stolen from American Native Indians. The new colonists that settled in America were subjects as well as citizens of Great Britain. As British citizens, they enjoyed rights and franchises and, as subjects, they were bound to obey the laws of Great Britain. When the King of England sent his British subjects to America and used his money and resources to do so, he was embarking on a
commercial venture. The King had a lawful right to gain and prosper from his commercial venture of slaughtering the native population and claiming their pristine land. In the First Charter of Virginia, the King declared his sovereignty over the land of America and over his subjects. In paragraph nine of the Charter, the King spelled out the amount of gold, silver and copper he was to receive if any gold and silver was found by his British subjects. (Jure Coronae, "In right of the crown," Black's forth Ed.) Also in paragraph 9 of the Charter, the King declared that all of his royal heirs and successors would inherit and be entitled to his gold, silver and copper claims. Any gold that remained within his American colonies also belonged to the King and would further the use of his capital and benefit his subjects. Also within the signed Charter, the King declared his right and
his power to exercise and regulate every aspect of commerce in his new American colony. The main complaint of the new British colonists in America against their King was taxation with no representation. Because the King refused to hear their grievances and grant them relief, the British colonists rallied for their freedom from England and for their right to self determination. The revolt of the British colonists as subjects of the King of England was a revolt over the loss of protection and benefits that the King had promised them. The colonists declared their independence in 1776. The battle of the American colonists for their independence from Great Britain ended when British General Cornwallis surrendered to General George Washington at Yorktown.Although the British General surrendered the battle, he did not surrender the war. The Article of Capitulation signed by British General Cornwallis at Yorktown confirms this fact. AMERICA’S WAR OF “DEPENDENCE” History text books teach that the colonists defeated the British and won their freedom and independence from Great Britain with the signing of the (Paris) Treaty of 1783. Although much of the King's declared property was ceded to America in the Treaty of 1783, history books omit the fact that the King kept his right to continue receiving payment for his business venture of colonizing America. Benjamin Franklin was the main negotiator for the terms of the Treaty of 1783 and spent most of his time during the Revolutionary War traveling back and forth between England and France. It was Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John Jay who were the signatories to the Treaty of 1873. All three of these men held the British title of “Esquire” which is a title of nobility granted by the King. All three swore allegiance, subjugation and loyalty to the British Monarch. Americans generally believe that Benjamin Franklin Esquire was a great and heroic patriot and standard bearer of American freedom. His sworn loyalty was not to America but to the King of England. "Esquires by virtue of their offices; as justices of the peace, and others who bear any office of trust under the crown....he shall be called master, and shall be taken for a gentleman." (Blackstone Commentaries p. 561-562) By December, 1781, it was moved in the British House of Commons that a resolution should be adopted declaring "That all farther attempts to reduce the Americans to obedience by force would be ineffectual, and injurious to the true interests of Great Britain." What were the true interests of the King? Gold, silver and copper. With the cooperation of his loyal “Esquires”, namely Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John Jay, the King negotiated and signed the terms of the (Paris) Treaty of 1783 from which his future heirs would benefit. The Founding Fathers and King George worked hand-in-hand to install a Central Government over the American colonists and to bind them to a permanent debt that could never be paid. In the first paragraph of the Treaty of 1783, King George III is recognized as “King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland” and “arch- treasurer and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman Empire and of the United States of America.”In the first article of the same Treaty, the King makes a claim to continue receiving gold, silver and copper as gain for his business venture. In article 4, the United States agrees to pay all bona fide debts to the British King. In Article 6, the King sets his terms for his continued collection of debts and damages. In Article 12, the King dictates the terms of where and with whom the United States can trade. In Article 18, the United States agrees to a wide variety of material that would be subject to confiscation if Britain found said material shipped to its enemies’ ports. Clearly, the United States did not negotiatethe peace Treaty of 1783 from a position of strength and victory. If America had really won the War of Independence, she would never have agreed to pay debts and reparations to the King of England or allow the King of England to dictate the terms of the peace agreement and grant rights to America. When the United States defeated Japan, did General McArthur allow Japan to dictate the terms of surrender? Not a chance.
The King’s real purpose in negotiating the Peace Treaty of 1783 was to remove his American colonies as a liability and an obligation. The King no longer wanted to ship material and money to support his British colonists, but he did want to retain their financial subjugation through permanent debt. Since the signing of the Treaty of 1783, the King and his heirs and successors have continued collecting interest on that same debt. Today, that debt is being paid at a rate of millions of dollars per day, thanks to “Esquires” Benjamin Franklin, John Jay and John Adams who negotiated and signed the Treaty of 1783. The Treaty granted each of these men status and privilege and insured that America's blood soaked War of Dependence against the British would bankrupt America and turn its citizens into permanent debt slaves to the King. Today, the King’s heir, Queen Elizabeth II, is collecting taxes from “those that receive a benefit from the King, on property which is purchased with the money the King supplied, at almost the same percentage”. This fact is confirmed by the Title 26 USC Sec. 1491 Imposition of tax. If American citizens took the time to read this imposition oftax title, they would discover that “U.S./U.K. Tax Treaty Claims” are true and factual. “IMF” refers to each American taxpayer’s Individual Master File and “BMF” (Business Master File) 390-399 reveals that each American taxpayer’s 1040 tax form is payment of a foreign tax to the King/Queen of England.That tax has been in effect since the signing of the Treaty of 1783.Queen Elizabeth II controls and has amended U.S. Social Security at the Court at Buckingham Palace on the 22nd day of July 1997. “Now, therefore Her Majesty in pursuance of section 179 (1) (a) and (2) of the Social Security Administration Act of1992 and all other powers enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with advise of Her privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered as follows: This Order may be cited as the Social Security (United States of America) Order 1997 and shall come into force on 1st September 1997.” The order goes on to redefine words in the Social Security Act and makes some changes in United States Law. Does this give new meaning to Federal Judge William Wayne Justice’s statement in court when he said that he takes his orders from England? Jonathan Williams (1750-1815), a dedicated American patriot, wrote in his book, “Legions of Satan” (1781), that British General Cornwallis said to George Washington, "a holy war will now begin on America, and when it is ended, America will be supposedly the citadel of freedom, but her millions will unknowingly be loyal subjects to the Crown." Lord Lothian, the British Ambassador to Washington, once called George Washington the founder of the modern British Empire.
BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE
The King was initially satisfied with the interest he was earning fr
om the Treaty of 1783 but he needed to take military action to regain control over the wayward American government and shape both government and public policy. In the War of 1812, the British burned down the White House and the early constitutional and ratification records. As a result of the war, the U.S. Senate ratified the Treaty of Ghent in 1815. The British successfully increased America’s national debt and coerced Congress into reestablishing the Bank Charter in 1816.
When Congress passed the 13th amendment to the U.S. constitution, the U.S. President was made subservient to the King of England. The 13th
amendment is called the “Title of Nobility” amendment and forbids U.S. Presidents and their officials from using royal titles like King or Prince or Baron. For some mysterious reason, the 13th amendment which was ratified in 1810 no longer appears on current copies of the U.S. constitution