Sunday, April 29, 2018

New York City is the United Nations? Really?

By Anna Von Reitz

I challenged my researchers and readers to do a little research project about who owns the UN Corporation, as opposed to the "United Nations" organization chartered in 1945.

One of my Good Buddies promptly replied with this gem, which I remember and which I have seen before regarding the UN, but which I misplaced in my files somehow.  

Here it is again for those of you who missed it first time around.  It doesn't answer the Big Question of who owns the UN Corporation (and what other corporations does UN Corp own?) but it does shed light on dark places that deserve to be lit up ----- 

New York City is defined in the Federal Regulations as the United Nations. 

Rudolph Gulliani stated on C-Span that “New York City was the capitol of the World” and he was correct: 20 CFR chapter 111, subpart B 422.103 (b) (2) (2). 

Unless the rats have since done their favorite trick of re-numbering things, this reference should still be very accessible.  

So, since when did all our national governments die and leave the United Nations as the capitol of anything but a lot of hot air, hideous "agendas", fraud and corruption?  

And since when did NYC become the United Nations?  In whose dictionary does that one appear?  

Obviously, the treasonous rats in the Territorial United States Congress have been up to their old tricks again, redefining "special terms" for their own use, like redefining the word "person" to mean "corporation"....

Pretty soon black will be white and rich will be poor and nasty old men like Gulliani will appear as angels of light. 

Stay tuned, Campers.  Lady Flamolare del Chesa (c) has yet to sing the Aria....

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  1. anna, your a little late on black meaning white. if you look in the dictionary and research the terms black and white from the 1800's til now you will see the terms have already been switched so you can take that one off the list. remember those terms denote corporate/political status not what we think they do when we mark that on government forms. just my 2 cents.

  2. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 20: Employees' Benefits
    § 422.103 Social security numbers.
    (b) Applying for a number
    (2) Birth registration document. SSA may enter into an agreement with officials of a State, including, for this purpose, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and New York City*, to establish, as part of the official birth registration process, a procedure to assist SSA in assigning social security numbers to newborn children. Where an agreement is in effect, a parent, as part of the official birth registration process, need not complete a form SS–5 and may request that SSA assign a social security number to the newborn child. *New York City, as a State, is The United Nations [See other sections for reference]

    (c) How numbers are assigned
    (2) Request on birth registration document. Where a parent has requested a social security number for a newborn child as part of an official birth registration process described in paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the State vital statistics office will electronically transmit the request to SSA's central office in Baltimore, MD, along with the child's name, date and place of birth, sex, mother's maiden name, father's name (if shown on the birth registration), address of the mother, and birth certificate number. This birth registration information received by SSA from the State vital statistics office will be used to establish the age, identity, and U.S. citizenship of the newborn child. Using this information, SSA will assign a number to the child and send the social security number card to the child at the mother's address.