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NOTICE AND CAVEAT
(DECLARATION OF FOREIGN NEUTRAL)
THIS IS A NOTICE OF A REBUTTLE IN FACT OF ALL PRESUMPTIVE PROCESS EMPLOYED IN SUCH MANNER AS TO SUMMARILY PROCEED IN RELIANCE OF THE EMERGENCY POWERS ACT; TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ACT OF 1935 AS AMENDED; THE PATRIOT ACT, AND ALL OTHER EMERGENCY POWERS ACTS AND/OR LEGISLATION CRAFTED FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE TO ACQUIRE PERSONAL JURISDICTION OF THIS PRESENTER, Frank Austin England, III AND THEREBY, ERRONEOUSLY “PRESUMING” A STATUTORY RIGHT TO SIEZE SAID PRESENTER AS AN “ENEMY” OF THE UNITED STATES, AN INSOLVENT BODY CORPORATE.
SEE ATTACHED AFFIDAVIT OF DECLARATION OF “FOREIGN NETURAL” EXECUTED IN RECOGNITION OF THE LAW OF NATIONS (Jus Gentium) BY IN ITINERE UNDER “APOSTILLE” DULY EXECUTED UNDER THE SEAL OF THE STATE OF OREGON, OREGON SECRETARY OF STATE.
THE DECLARATION OF PEACEFUL AND NEUTRAL FOREIGN STATUS UNDER THE ARTICLES OF PEACE
A name, standing and status formally designated by Articles of the Peace issued from the UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, August 29, 1980: a Native American, and neutral traveler previously certified by and intending to return to the Virginia Commonwealth; Cf. 1 Stat. 88, Act of April 20, 1818, Ch 88, §§ 2 (Service of any foreign prince or state); § 3 (Fitting out); § 6 (Military expeditions against friendly power); Act of July 27, 1868, 15 Stat. Ch. 249 Pg. 223 (Rights of American citizens in foreign states); Act of March 3, 1887; 24 Stat. 505 (Tucker Act); Act of March 9, 1920, c. 95, 41 Stat. 525-528(Suits in Admiralty Act); Act of March 3, 1925, ch. 428, § 1, 43 Stat. 1112 (Public Vessels Act); Pub. L. No. 105-119, 111 Stat. 2440 (1997) (Equal Access to Justice Act); 64 Fed. Dig. 1-403 § 17 (Property And Commerce Of Neutrals In General)as amended; accord 5 U.S.C. § 573 et seq. (Neutrals) ; ORS 9.242 [1989 c.1052 §2] (Advice on law of foreign jurisdiction; rules); ORS 24.175 [1979 c.577 §7] (Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act); ORS 56.105 [1987 c.843 s.13](Waiver or delay of action by Secretary of State; rules) ; N.B. GENERAL ORDERS NO. 100 (04/24/1863)(Lieber Code); CONVENTION RESPECTING THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF NEUTRAL POWERS AND PERSONS IN CASE OF WAR ON LAND (1907) as amended; CONVENTION CONCERNING THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF NEUTRAL POWERS IN NAVAL WAR (1907) as amended; UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS (1948) as amended; US ARMY, FIELD MANUAL, FM 27-10, THE LAW OF LAND WARFARE § 512 (Definition); § 513 (Neutrality Under the Charter of the United Nations); § 514 (Notification of State of War to Neutrals) ; § 515 (Inviolability of Territory) (18 Jul 1956) as amended; VIENNA CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF TREATIES (1969) as amended; EXECUTIVE ORDER 13084 (CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION WITH INDIAN TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS); EXECUTIVE ORDER 13107 (IMPLEMENTATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS TREATIES); EXECUTIVE ORDER 13224 (BLOCKING PROPERTY AND PROHIBITING TRANSACTIONS WITH PERSONS WHO COMMIT, THREATEN TO COMMIT, OR SUPPORT TERRORISM); MEMORANDUM RE: LEGAL STANDARDS ON TORTURE (12/31/2004); Rotella v. Wood et al, 528 U.S. 549 (02/23/2000) (a “private attorneys general,” dedicated to eliminating racketeering activity); and that class of authority, infra: