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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

The Post Office




Do you realize that there are two jurisdictions in each state in the place known as the USA?  The one you know about (and have been programmed to accept as true) is the UNITED STATES.  This is the fiction.  The court that you see on TV is also the fiction.  USPS is also the fiction.  Above this sign on this mailbox, it also says, "U.S. MAIL."  This is the service that is associated with zip codes that Johnson supposedly started because he simply wanted to.





This is also the "fiction" side of the post office.  It's not written in English so they can get away with making you think it says what it actually doesn't.  The style does not follow rules for English.  It's complete with a zip code, even.  The emblem may be also giving information, but it's to hard to see the details.







This is written in English and quite possibly could be informing the public that the general post office for the states of the union is here. 

It's interesting that they have two signs.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Attempt at State Citizenship


[Paget Hill ©]
c/o #### Any Street,
Any City, CA [RFD 9####]
without UNITED STATES


16th September 2019


My Town Post Office 
General Post-office [Judicial District]
c/o ### S Any St, 
Any Town, CA [RFD 9####]
without UNITED STATES


Dear General Post-office [Judicial District], 

I was wondering if you could be so kind as to place in my possession a Non-Domestic, states of the union passport application.  I would very much like to travel the non-Domestic states of the union and other lands without being harassed by District of Columbia employees and the like on lands across the sea.
.

My phone number is (###) ###-####, where you may text or call, or you may send post to the address above.

I very much appreciate your time and assistance.  Thank-you and Bright Day Thoughts.


With Respect,



Designated [Paget Hill ©]






Sunday, September 15, 2019

Letter to Judicial District Within Courts

 It has dawned on me that there are two jurisdictions within our courthouses as there are two within the post office.

This is uncharted territory.  I am expecting that the court will ask the District of Columbia 5G-implementers to stop, but it could backfire and bring me harm.  I may have disturbed a beehive and attracted trouble.  Don't try this one, yet.


[Paget Hillebrand ©]
c/o #### Any Street,
Any City, CA [RFD 90710]
without UNITED STSTES

September 15, 2019


[Judicial District within
Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse]
275 Magnolia
Long Beach, CA [RFD 90802]
without UNITED STATES

Dear Judicial District for Those Living in the States of the Union,

Please stop 4G/5G assaults.  Since—when it is against the wishes of any private person—it is inappropriate for cell towers and 5G antennas to be installed on grounds occupied by living men who are not under federal jurisdiction, I am invoking my right to request that you have officials stop hiding behind Section 704 of the FCC’s Telecommunication Act of 1996.  It is against Judicial District standing to have those among the states of the union assaulted with federal (District of Columbia) military weapons instead of having them using alternate means of supporting communication and taking most towers at least back to 3G.

Please have them stop the construction of 4G/5G towers/antennas immediately, allow the proof of harm of 4G & 5G along with original intention to be revealed, and have them take down the current 4G/5G towers/antennas now. As a State citizen, I am invoking that the area—the places I visit in California & my home—be free of the harmful 4G towers and the harmful, foreign, military weapon known as 5G. 

The federal government has no jurisdiction over private persons; therefore, is liable within their own courts and system for assaulting those not under their jurisdiction.  Thank-you so much.  I really appreciate your support.  Bright Day Thoughts.


With the Highest Respect,


[Paget Hillebrand ©]






Living Man Posted to Congresswoman Waters

Written in Olde English font and sent with a 2 cent stamp through General Post-office Judicial District. See, as a side note, federal representatives see US citizens as steerage, dead entities. You have to communicate with them as a living man.

"Foreign" is said, because the point of view of this letter is being written by someone "without UNITED STATES," someone not under the District of Columbia's control; someone under Untied States Judicial District (where I believe the real Constitution's protection resides).

[Paget Hillebrand©]
c/o #### 111th Street,
Any City, CA [RFD 9####]
September 14, 2019
Maxine Waters
c/o #### South Broadway, Suite 1
Any City, CA [RFD 9####]
Dear Congresswoman Waters,
Please stop 4G/5G assaults. Since—when it is against the wishes of any private person—it is inappropriate for cell towers and 5G antennas to be installed on grounds occupied by living men who are not under federal jurisdiction, I am invoking my right to request that officials stop hiding behind Section 704 of the FCC’s Telecommunication Act of 1996. It is against Judicial District standing to have those among the states of the union assaulted with federal (District of Columbia) military weapons instead of using alternate means of supporting  communication and taking most towers at least back to 3G.
Please stop the construction of 4G/5G towers/antennas immediately, allow the proof of harm of 4G & 5G along with original intention to be revealed, and take down the current 4G/5G towers/antennas now. As a State citizen, I am invoking that the area—the places I visit in California & my home—be free of the harmful 4G towers and the harmful, foreign, military weapon known as 5G.
The federal government has no jurisdiction over private persons; therefore, is liable within their own courts and system for assaulting those not in their jurisdiction. Thank-you.
Bright Day Thoughts,
[Paget Hillebrand©]

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Stop 5G Letters Written in Olde English Font

Here's what I sent today with a 2 cent stamp...written in Olde English. See, Congressman Ted Lieu's letter (probably meant to tell me all the great things he's done) to me  had the Washington address in Olde English saying Congress of the United States. I think that means that that part is the realish part of the US. (Sorry, but there is a fiction and you most likely accept it as true.)
I just wanted to be seen as a liberated person, not under federal jurisdiction, and thought I'd have more success with that if I used the real PO rather than the USPS which was invented in 1970, so I sent Lieu's letter with a 2 cent stamp using the General PO, not USPS.
Anything in brackets takes it off the page, so in a sense, I am saying this is who I am, but I am not a name. A name will bring me into their federal jurisdiction, so I want it off the page. Confusing, perhaps, but I wanted you to see the letter I sent today.
I am changing my address in case this gets shared. It's fine with me if people use it as a model and say their own thing.
[First Last names ©]
c/o #### 208th Street,
Any City, CA, [RFD 9####]

September 14, 2019

Ted W. Lieu
c/o #### Any  Ave., Suite 101
Los Angeles, CA [RFD 9####]

Dear Ted. W. Lieu,
Thank-you so much for your kind offer in your letter which I received on the 12th. You said, “If you need help resolving an issue with the federal government, let us know.” Please stop 4G/5G assaults.
Since, when it is against the wishes of any private person, it is inappropriate for cell towers and 5G antennas to be installed on grounds occupied by living men who are not under federal jurisdiction, I am invoking my right to request that officials stop hiding behind Section 704 of the FCC’s Telecommunication Act of ’96. It is against Universal Law to have us assaulted with military grade weapons instead of using alternate means and taking most towers at least back to 3G.
Please stop the construction of 4G/5G towers/antennas immediately, allow the proof of harm along with original intention to be revealed, and take down the current 4G/5G towers/antennas now. As a private person, I am invoking that the area, the places I visit in Southern California, my home, be free of the harmful 4G towers and harmful military weapon known as 5G.
The federal government has no jurisdiction over private persons; therefore, is liable within their own courts and system for assaulting those not in their jurisdiction.
Thank-you.

Bright Day Thoughts,

[First Last name©]


This was also written in Olde English because I am invoking the laws of 1775 and will send this through the General Post Office of 1775 with a 2 cent stamp. I have changed some key words. (It has the same address info written in the same style as Lieu's letter.)

Dear Governor Newsom,
Please stop 4G/5G assaults. Since—when it is against the wishes of any private person—it is inappropriate for cell towers and 5G antennas to be installed on grounds occupied by living men who are not under federal jurisdiction, I am invoking my right to request that officials stop hiding behind Section 704 of the FCC’s Telecommunication Act of ’96. It is against United States Judicial District standing to have us assaulted with federal military weapons instead of using alternate means and taking most towers at least back to 3G.
Please stop the construction of 4G/5G towers/antennas immediately, allow the proof of harm along with original intention to be revealed, and take down the current 4G/5G towers/antennas now. As a State citizen, I am invoking that the area, the places I visit in Southern California, my home, be free of the harmful 4G towers and harmful military weapon known as 5G.
The federal government has no jurisdiction over private persons; therefore, is liable within their own courts and system for assaulting those not in their jurisdiction. Thank-you.
Bright Day Thoughts,

[First Last name ©]

What do you think?
Olde English is difficult to read, but...Well, it's a new angle anyway.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Conscious Creations: A Thought Away

"After reading Illusions by Richard Bach, I wondered what thing I could consciously create.  Day after day, I looked around to see what was absent—a most challenging undertaking!
Finally, I decided on a clown.  I gave him a purple shirt with big red polka dots, bright shiny yellow long shorts, red and white striped socks atop long red shoes, a wide red smile, and a big red nose.  I felt the presence of this clown, along with picturing it in front of me...." (Read More) https://consciousshiftcommunity.com/illusions/

Invoking Precautionary Principle to Stop Construction of Cell Towers & 5G Antennas


You never know what key words will get attention.  The truth is, we do not know if there is an easy way to have control for our health over legislated harm.  So it is important to say words to eventually find the ones that work.  

The system sees the average human as "dead," a pawn, steerage.  Although I did sign my first and last name, which may be placing me in the steerage category, I used "living man" of the territory, because I was trying to get their attention that I am alive, a creditor, even if really, according to their standards I am a debtor.


August 13, 2019


Governor Gavin Newsom
1303 10th Street, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814


Dear Governor Newsom,

As a living man in the territory known as California, I invoke the Precautionary Principle and respectfully request that all 5G antenna and 3G/4G/5G cell tower construction cease immediately—including, but not limited to, those hidden and within buildings.  It is in your power to prevent harm by stopping the construction of something that may cause environmental damage—especially if irreversible—before all the scientific proof is in.  I respectfully request proof that the order to cease construction has been given within two weeks.  The impact on humanity and the environment from emissions of these antennas and towers is uncertain, so the principle I am invoking demands caution and monitoring before harm is done.

Whether you adhere to the Rio Declaration from the 1992 United Nations Conference on environment and development (June 3-14) which states, “In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by states according to their capabilities.  Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost effective measures to prevent environmental degradation,” or to the 1998 Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle (January 23-25), which states, “When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.  The process of applying the precautionary principle must be opened, informed, and democratic, and must include potentially affected parties.  It must also involve an examination of the full range of alternatives, including no action.  In this context, the proponent of an activity rather than the public should bear the burden of proof,” both trump Section 704 of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition says that state means (p. 731), “A people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common-law habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries…The section of territory occupied by one of the United States.”  Proponent is defined as (p. 637), “One who proposes or argues in favor of something; one who makes a proposal.” I do not need thousands of signatures against the building of 5G antennas and cell towers, because both of these Precautionary Principles were put into place legally already.  The burden of proof that they are safe falls on the proponent, not me or my neighbors.  I am invoking what already stands.  It does not give you permission to use Section 704 as an excuse to possibly harm us or our environment.  It does order you to err on the side of caution; to be safe over sorry. 

You have a duty to anticipate and prevent harm—the harm a military-grade weapon such as 5G can do is not too hard to anticipate, by the way.  We have a right to know details about the use of these antennas and cell towers.  Alternatives are available.  Scientists within the communications field could be sought.

I have also informed the following that I have invoked the Precautionary Principle as a living man of the territory known as California: Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Mayor Garcetti, Councilman Joe Buscaino, Raoul Mendoza (Chief Management Analyst of the Department of City Planning), and my local paper and TV station.  Thank-you.



Bright Day Thoughts,


Paget 


Slightly different:



 August 13, 2019



Mayor Eric Garcetti
200 N. Spring Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90012


Dear Mayor Garcetti:

As a living man in the territory known as California, I invoke the Precautionary Principle and respectfully request that all 5G antenna and 3G/4G/5G cell tower construction cease immediately—including, but not limited to, those hidden and within buildings.  It is in your power to prevent harm by stopping the construction of something that may cause environmental damage—especially if irreversible—before all the scientific proof is in.  I respectfully request proof that the order to cease construction has been given within two weeks, because the mayor “should ensure the city is kept clean and orderly, with opportunities for citizens to experience a good quality of life and enjoy good health.”  The impact on humanity and the environment from emissions of these antennas and towers is uncertain, so the principle I am invoking demands caution and monitoring before harm is done.

Whether you adhere to the Rio Declaration from the 1992 United Nations Conference on environment and development (June 3-14) which states, “In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by states according to their capabilities.  Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost effective measures to prevent environmental degradation,” or to the 1998 Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle (January 23-25), which states, “Where an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.  The process of applying the precautionary principle must be opened, informed, and democratic, and must include potentially affected parties.  It must also involve an examination of the full range of alternatives, including no action.  In this context, the proponent of an activity rather than the public should bear the burden of proof,” both trump Section 704 of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition says that state means (p. 731), “A people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common-law habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries…The section of territory occupied by one of the United States.”  Proponent is defined as (p. 637), “One who proposes or argues in favor of something; one who makes a proposal.” I do not need thousands of signatures against the building of 5G antennas and cell towers, because both of these Precautionary Principles were put into place legally already.  The burden of proof that they are safe falls on the proponent, not me or my neighbors.  I am invoking what already stands.  It does not give you permission to use Section 704 as an excuse to possibly harm us or our environment.  It does order you to err on the side of caution; to be safe over sorry. 

Politicians have a duty to anticipate and prevent harm—the harm a military-grade weapon such as 5G can do is not too hard to anticipate, by the way.  We have a right to know details about the use of these antennas and cell towers.  Alternatives are available.  Scientists within the communications field could be sought.

I have also informed the following that I have invoked the Precautionary Principle as a living man of the territory known as California: Governor Gavin Newsom, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Councilman Joe Buscaino, Raoul Mendoza (Chief Management Analyst of the Department of City Planning), and my local paper and TV station.  Thank-you.



Bright Day Thoughts,


Paget 



 Slightly different:


August 13, 2019


15th District, City of Los Angeles
200 N. Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90012



As a living man in the territory known as LA City in California, I invoke the Precautionary Principle and respectfully request that all 5G antenna and 3G/4G/5G cell tower construction cease immediately—including, but not limited to, those hidden and within buildings.  If it is in your power to prevent harm by stopping the construction of something that may cause environmental damage—especially if irreversible—before all the scientific proof is in, then please do so.  I have requested Governor Newsom, Congresswoman Waters, and Mayor Garcetti for proof that the order to cease construction has been given within two weeks.  The impact on humanity and the environment from emissions of these antennas and towers is uncertain, so the principle I am invoking demands caution and monitoring before harm is done, and I am asking you to join me.

Whether you adhere to the Rio Declaration from the 1992 United Nations Conference on environment and development (June 3-14) which states, “In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by states according to their capabilities.  Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost effective measures to prevent environmental degradation,” or to the 1998 Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle (January 23-25), which states, “When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.  The process of applying the precautionary principle must be opened, informed, and democratic, and must include potentially affected parties.  It must also involve an examination of the full range of alternatives, including no action.  In this context, the proponent of an activity rather than the public should bear the burden of proof,” both trump Section 704 of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition says that state means (p. 731), “A people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common-law habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries…The section of territory occupied by one of the United States.”  Proponent is defined as (p. 637), “One who proposes or argues in favor of something; one who makes a proposal.” I do not need thousands of signatures against the building of 5G antennas and cell towers, because both of these Precautionary Principles were put into place legally already.  The burden of proof that they are safe falls on the proponent, not me or my neighbors.  I am invoking what already stands.  No permission has been given to use Section 704 as an excuse to possibly harm us or our environment.  It does order politicians to err on the side of caution; to be safe over sorry. 

Politicians have a duty to anticipate and prevent harm—the harm a military-grade weapon such as 5G can do is not too hard to anticipate, by the way.  We have a right to know details about the use of these antennas and cell towers.  Alternatives are available.  Scientists within the communications field could be sought.

I have also informed the following that I have invoked the Precautionary Principle as a living man of the territory known as California: Governor Gavin Newsom, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Raoul Mendoza (Chief Management Analyst of the Department of City Planning), and my local paper and TV station.  Thank-you.



Bright Day Thoughts,


Paget 



 Slightly different:


 August 13, 2019



The Daily Breeze
400 Continental Blvd, Suite 600
El Segundo, CA 90245


Hello the Daily Breeze:

I wanted to keep you in the loop.  I have been stopping a cell tower from being built (so far) on a street in the South Bay Area through saying that it will be an assault on my neighbors and me.  Since officials keep hiding behind the psychopathic legislation of Section 704, I am attempting a new approach.  Here is the letter I sent to the people listed in the final paragraph.

As a living man in the territory known as California, I invoke the Precautionary Principle and respectfully request that all 5G antenna and 3G/4G/5G cell tower construction cease immediately—including, but not limited to, those hidden and within buildings.  It is in your power to prevent harm by stopping the construction of something that may cause environmental damage—especially if irreversible—before all the scientific proof is in.  I request proof that the order to cease construction has been given within two weeks.  The impact on humanity and the environment from emissions of these antennas and towers is uncertain, so the principle I am invoking demands caution and monitoring before harm is done.

Whether you adhere to the Rio Declaration from the 1992 United Nations Conference on environment and development (June 3-14) which states, “In order to protect the environment, the precautionary approach shall be widely applied by states according to their capabilities.  Where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage, lack of full scientific certainty shall not be used as a reason for postponing cost effective measures to prevent environmental degradation,” or to the 1998 Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle (January 23-25), which states, “When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.  The process of applying the precautionary principle must be opened, informed, and democratic, and must include potentially affected parties.  It must also involve an examination of the full range of alternatives, including no action.  In this context, the proponent of an activity rather than the public should bear the burden of proof,” both trump Section 704 of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996.

Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition says that state means (p. 731), “A people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common-law habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries…The section of territory occupied by one of the United States.”  Proponent is defined as (p. 637), “One who proposes or argues in favor of something; one who makes a proposal.” I do not need thousands of signatures against the building of 5G antennas and cell towers, because both of these Precautionary Principles were put into place legally already.  The burden of proof that they are safe falls on the proponent, not me or my neighbors.  I am invoking what already stands.  It does not give you permission to use Section 704 as an excuse to possibly harm us or our environment.  It does order you to err on the side of caution; to be safe over sorry. 

You have a duty to anticipate and prevent harm—the harm a military-grade weapon such as 5G can do is not too hard to anticipate, by the way.  We have a right to know details about the use of these antennas and cell towers.  Alternatives are available.  Scientists within the communications field could be sought.

I have also informed the following that I have invoked the Precautionary Principle as a living man of the territory known as California: Governor Gavin Newsom, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilman Joe Buscaino, Raoul Mendoza (Chief Management Analyst of the Department of City Planning), and my local newspaper and local TV station.  Thank-you.


Bright Day Thoughts,


Paget