The existence of the States of the Union re-introduced

On June 30, 1864, the definition of a state was altered. When the definition of a state was altered, the intent was to obliterate the existence of the States of the Union. The city of Washington D.C. committed this dishonor of treason against The United States of America in the name of the District of Columbia (view Sec. 182 of the Act HERE).

This altered definition of a state is repugnant to the Law of Nations.

As such, all documents signed under the altered definition of a state are notwithstanding due to the fact that the District of Columbia was never defined as a State of the Union. Further, any and all agreements signed after June 30, 1864, do not legally exist under the Law of Nations.

The Government of The United States of America has managed to preserve the original Union and the States of the Union. It has also managed to hold on to the General Post Office of 1775.

It is noticed, by the Government of The United States of America, that it is its  honor and privilege to hereby re-introduce, under the authority of the Law of Nations, the existence of the States of the Union. . .

The complete International Public Notice can be reviewed HERE