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June 23,2017

VERONI. ]A DENISE PHILLPS

877 Nortl field Court

Harrisonbr rrg. Virginia 228A2

Terr,v Mc;:\Lrli{I-e

Post Offic e Box 1475

Richmond, Virginia 23218

Dear Govl:rnor: Terrv McAulifIe

Re. Statutr r-v Declaration in accord w'ith U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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srAruroRY DECLARATToN regarding vitat statistics Number: 1s24s6?1}:ifr3ffidiBr*ru pHrLL1ps
now known as: Yahcia Onawa Ekta Ela on Behalf of my son, DEVONTAY ANTWAN PHILLILpS, Now Known as:
Ashkii Dighin Bidziil of Yo 877 Northfield Ct Harisonburg, Virginia 22802, do solemnly declare in accord with: the
1931 Statute of Westminster (http://detaxcanada.org4),1778 Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union-Art XI,
1812 Treaty of Ghent, 1794 Jay Treaty; 1836 Treaty of Marrakesh (Morocco) all recognized.and,valid treaties,
constitution for the united states of America, the 1948 Charter of the United Nations, Pope's Apology to Indigenous
Peoples

les:us-559f02aae4b096729155dd59), United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Feoples (1INDRIp;


http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii /documents/DRlPS:en.pdf,t, the American Declaration on the Rights of
Indigenous Peoples (http:l/cdn7.iitc.orgiwp-content/uploads/AG07150E06:web.pdf
), and the UN International
Decade for People of African Descent (http://www.un.org/en/galsearch/view:doc.asp?symbol:A/RES/68/237), upon
discovering that the registration of Live Birth of June 28,2003 in THE COUVTONWEAUIH OF VIRGINW Virginia
REPUBLIC was a contract between his mother and THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA who did not tell me
that I was selling him, a flesh and blood child, to THE coMMoNwEALTH oF VIRGINIA as their chattel
Property/Slave which is a violation of Human Rights. I, as the Mother of: DEVONTAY ANTWAN PHILLILPS
hereby void the contract ab initio for fraud. My son is a Flesh And Blood Indigenous/Autochthonous Male, a living
soul, of: Aniyunwiya(Cherokee), Dene(Navajo),Apache Descent, in accord with the United Nations Declaration on the
Rights of Indigenous Peoples and HJR-194
(http:/hvrvw.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BlllS-ll0hresl94ih/pdflBILLS-1lOhres194ih.pd0, United States Senate Apology to
African Americans for Slavery( https://www.gov track.us/congress/bills/110/tresl94/text U.S.Apology to the --
),
Native Americans (see: 8113 H.R.3326 Department of Defense Appropriations Act
http://wwwgovhack.us/congress/bills/111/tr3326ltext), and Regina v. Jah (http://mtrial.org/node/133). On May 14,
20ll at Southwark Crown Court (l English Grounds in Southwark, London England) Defendant: John Anthony Hall
in the United Kingdom Proved before an English jury that Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor (Mountbatten
Battenberg) Saxe-Coburg, was not the rightful monarch and never was; queen Elizabethis not the rightful monarch
and never was. This was a two part argument. First, that Elizabeth knew-both then and now-that she was crowned on
a fake coronation stone instead of the real Stone of Destiny/Coronation Stone, which meant not only was she never
properly crowned, but secondly, she was also knowingly and fraudulently conning the public, and tirat is why she
didn't want her coronation televised. I declare now DEVONTAY ANTV/AN PHILLPS on the registration of live
Birth is a corporation and Devontay Antwan Phillips is an Indigenous Flesh and Blood Male of
Aniyunwiya(Cherokee), Dene(Navajo),Apache Descent. My Son is not a corporation, artificial person, natural person
or fictitious entity or vessel of the United States defined under Title 18 USC 9 and I give notice Internationaliy,
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Domestically, Universally via this Declaration that I deny corporate existence. Under reservation of All My Rights
and my Child's Rights Unalienable, Inalienable JIIRAT
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples
American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous
Peoples (htfp://cdn7.iitc.org/wo-contenVup1oadsiAG07l50E06:web.pd0, UN Convention on Economic, Social &
Cultural Rights, United Nations Charter: Article 55 & 56: Presidential Proclamation 7500, H.J.R. 194, S. Con. Res 26.

Aff*rned to and subscribed before -" ,nir-,t'31233;T#*1$rifl],a otherwise, r declare that he rs: an
Indigenous/Autochthon of this planet. I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and that is
the same forcg qnd effect as made under oath.

By: For:
Affiant UCC 1-308 ALL RI RVED Indigenous Child U GHTS RESERVED
Personally Known t/ Produced Identification Type and # of ID: asE I

MARY LOUISE MONGER a4 l-)o)_l


Commonwealth oi Virginia My Commission Expires
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1loru,c*oNGRESS
H. RES, I94
Apologizing for the enslavement and racial segregation of African-Americans.

IN TI{E HOUSE OF R,EPRESENTATIVES


Frnnuary 27,2007
Mr. Co:rnN (for himself, Mr. JonrqsoN of Georgra, Ms. J-rcrsoN-Lsr of
Texas, Mr. Baqoy of Pennsylvania, Mr. WE>il,ER, Ms. Kn p-q.rnrcK, Ms.
-Wool,srY,
Mr. Plr,r,oxrs, Ms. I-rEE, Mr. McGor'aBN, Ms. ScnAxowsKr,
Mrs. M-ql,orrsy of l.{ew York, Mr. Corrnns, Mr. Mogal" of Virginia, Mr.
CanrraNo, Mr. RANerL, Mr. Prtnru, Mr. Jrrrnn"soN, Mr. ELr,rsoN, Mr.
Ar, Gnn N of Texas, Mr. Burrnnrru,D, Ms. 'Warsox, Mr. HlNcttuv,
Mr. Cr,ualryn, Ms. C-$sou, Mr. Isnasl, Mr. AcKlnrvuN, lVIr. D:vrs of
Ala-bama, Mr. I-rp'vrs of Cleorgia, Mr. AssncnouBln, Mr. tleRD, Mr.
KExNEDv, Ms. Bar,ownr, Mr. Hoons, Mr. FII,rnR, Ml. Homna, and
Mr. KucrNrcH) zubmitted the following resolution; whieh was referred to
the Cannmittee or the Judiciary

RESOLUTION
Apologizing for the enslavement and racial segregation of
African-Americans.

Whereas millions of Africans and their descendants were


enslaved in the United States and the 13 American colo-
nies foom 1619 through 1865;

Whereas slavery in America resembled no other form of invol-


urrtary servitude knovm in history, as Africans were cap-
tured and sold at auction like inanimate objects or ani-
mals;
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whereas Africans forced into slavery were bmtarized, humili-


ated, dehumanized, and subjected to the intlignity of
being stripped of their names and heritage;

whereas enslaved families were tom apart after having been


sold separately from one another;

whereas the system of slavery and the visceral raeism against


persons of African descent upon which it depended be-
eame entrenched in the Nation's social fabrie;

whereas slavery was not officially abolished until the passage


of the ISth Amendment to the tlnited States Constitu-
tion in 1865 after the end of the Civit War, whieh was
fought over the slavery issue;
Whereas after emancipation from 246 years of slavery, Afri-
can-Americans soon saw the {leeting political, social, and
economic gains they made during Reconstmction evis-
cerated by virulent racism, lynchings, disenfranchisement,
Black Codes, and racial segr:egation laws that imposed a
rigid system of officially sanetioned racial segpegation in
virtualiy all areas of life;
whereas the system of de jure racial segregation known as
"Jim Crow," which arose in certain parts of the Nation
.War
following the Civil to create separate ancl unequal
societies for whites and African-Americans, was a direct
result of the racism against persons of African descent
engendered by slavery;

Whereas the system of Jim Crow laws officially existed into


the 1960's-a century after the official end of slavery in
America-until Congress took action to end it, but the
vestiges of Jim Cro-w continue to this day;

whereas African-Americans continue to suffer from the con-


sequenees of slavery and Jim Crow-Iong after both sys-

.HRDS 194 III


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tems were formally abolished-through enormous damage


and loss, both tangible and intangible, including the loss
of human dignity and liberty, the frustration of careers
ancl professional lives, ancl the long-term loss of income
and opportunity;

Whereas the story of the enslavement and de jure segregation


of African-Amerieans and the dehumanizing atrocities
committed against them should not kre purged from or
minimized in the telling of American history;

$'liereas on July 8, 2003, dudng a tr.ip to Gor.ee fsland, Sen-


egal, a former slave port, President George W. Bush ac-
knowledged. slavery's coutinuing legacy in American life
and the need to confront that legacy when he stated that
slavery "was one of the greatest crimes of history
. . . The racial bigotry fed by slavery did not end with
slavery or with segregation. And many of the issues that
still trouble America have roots in the bitter experience
of other times. But however long the journey, our destiny
is set: tiberty and justice for eull.";
Whereas President Bill Clinton
also acknowledged the deep-
seated protrlems caused by the continuing legacy of rac-
ism against African-Amerieans that began with slavery
when he initiated a national dialogue aborft raee;

Whereas a genuine apologr is an important and necessary


frrst step in the process of racial reconciliation;
Whereas an apology for centuries of bmtal dehumanization
and injustices cannot erase the past, but confession of
the wrongs committed can speed racial healing and ree-
onciliation and help Americans eonfront the ghosts of
their past;

rHRES 194 III


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Whereas the legislature of the Commonwealth of Virginia has
recently taken the lead in adopting a resolution officially
expressing appropriate remorse forslavery and other
State legislatures are eonsidering similar resolutions; and

Whereas it is important for this country, which legally recog-


nized slavery through its Constitution and its laws, to
make a formal apolog, for slavery and for its suceessor,
Jim Crorw, so that it ean move forward and seek ree*
onciliation, justice, and harmony for all of its citizens:
Now, therefore, be it

I Resolaed, That the House of Representatives-


2 (1) acknowledges the fundamental iq]ustice,
3 cruelty, brutality, and inhumanity of slavery and
4 Jim Crow;
5 (2) apologizes to African-Americans on behalf
6 of the people of the United States, for the wrongs
7 committed against them and their ancestors who
8 suffered under slavery and Jim Crow; and

9 (3) expresses its commitment to rectifii the lin-


10 gering consequenees of the misdeeds committed

11 against African-Americans under slavery and Jim


12 Crow and to stop the ocerrrrenee of human rights
13 violations in the futwe.

.IIRES 1$4 IH
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The Holy See

APOSTOLIC LETTER
ISSUED MATU PRAPRIO

OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF


FRAItCtS

ON THE JURISDICTION OF JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES OF VAT}CAN CITY STATE


IN CRTMINAL MATTERS

ln our times, the common good is increasingly threatened by transnational organized crime, the
improper use of the markets and of the economy, as well as by tenorism.

It is therefore necessary for the international community to adopt adequate legal instruments to
prevent and counter criminal activities, by promoting internationaljudicialcooperation on criminal
matters.

ln ratifying numerous international conventions in these areas, and acting also on behalf of
Vatican City State, the Holy See has constantly maintained that such agreements are effective
means to prevent criminal activities that threaten human dignity, the common good and peace.

With a view to renewing the Apostolic See's commitment to cooperate to these ends, by means of
this Apostolic Letter issued Motu Proprio, I establish that:

1. The competent Judicial Authorities of Vatican City State shall also exercise penaljurisdiction
over:

a) crimes committed against the security, the fundamental interests or the patrimony of the Holy
See;
b) crimes referred to:

- in Vatican City State Law No. Vlll, of 11 July 2013, containing Supplementary Norms on Criminal
Law Matters;

- in Vatican City State Law No. lX, of 11 July 2013, containing Amendments to the Criminal Code
and the Criminal Procedure Code;

when such crimes are committed by the persons referred to in paragraph 3 below, in the exercise
of their functions;
c) any other crime whose prosecution is required by an intemational agreement ratified by the
Holy See, if the perpetrator is physically present in the territory of Vatican City State and has not
been extradited.
2. The crimes referred to in paragraph 1 are to be judged pursuant to the criminal law in force in
Vatican City State at the time of their commission, without prejudice to the general principles of the
legat system on the temporal appiication of criminai laws.

3. For the purposes of Vatican criminal law, the following persons are deemed "public officials\

a) members, officials and personnel of the various organs of the Roman Curia and of the
lnstitutions connected to it.

b) papal legates and diplomatic personnel of the Holy See.

c) those persons who serve as representatives, managers or directors, as well as persons who
even de facto manage or exercise control over the entities directly dependent on the Holy See and
listed in the registry of canonicaljuridical persons kept by the Governorate of Vatican City State;

d) any other person holding an administrative or judicial mandate in the Holy See, permanent or
temporary, paid or unpaid, irrespective of that person's seniority.
4. The jurfsdiction referred to in paragraph f comprfses also the administr:ative liability of juridical
persons arising from crimes, as regulated by Vatican City State laws.

5. When the same matters are prosecuted in other States, the provisions in force in Vatican City
State on concurrent jurisdiction shall apply.

6. The content of article 23 of Law No. CXIX of 21 November 1987, which approves the Judiciat
Order of Vatican City State remains in force.

This I decide and establish, anything to the contrary notwithstanding.

I establish that this Aposfolic Lefter issued Motu Froprio will be promulgated by its publication in
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L'Osservatore Romano, entering into force on 1 Septenrber 2013.

Given in Rome, at the Apostolic Palace, on 11 July 2013, the first of my Pontificate.

FRANCISCUS

O Copyright - Libreria Editrice Vaticana


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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Pope Francis Apologizes to Indigenous Peoples


for 'Grave Sins' of Colonialism
ICMN Staffr July ro, zor5
In a landmark speech, Pope Francis apologized on Thursday for the "grave sins" of colonialism against Indigenous
Peoples ofAmerica in a speech to grassroots groups in Bolivia.

"Some may rightly say, 'When the pope speaks of colonialism, he overlooks certain actions of the church,' " the
Pope said, according to The New York Times. "I say this to you with regreu Many grave sins were committed against
the Native people of America in the name of God."

He didn't stop there.

'I humbly ask forgiveness, not only for the offense of the church herself, but also for crimes committed against the
native peoples during the so-called conquest of America," The Ntw York Times reported.

He spoke to a crowd of more than r,5oo at the l,I/orld Meecing of Popuiar Movements, standing side-by-side with
Bolivian President Evo Morales, the Andean nation's first indigenous president.

Aithough Latin American church leaders have issued apologies in the past, this one went further and was much
more targeted, the Associated Press reported. Previous apologies had not been directed at Indigenous Peoples of
rhe Americas, AP said.

The Catholic Churchwas one of many Christian denominations that ran boarding schools in Canada and the U.S.
designed to "kill the Indian in the child" by taking kids from their families, cutting them offfrom their culrure and
educating them in the ways of the European-minded settlers. The Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission
on June z came our with report calling such pracrices "cultural genocide" and recommending that Prime Minister
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Stephen Harper ask the Pope for an apology. Though Harper met with Pope Francis and mentioned the report, he
did not specifically request the apology, and the Pontiff's words in Bolivia did not reference the TRC document.
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RELATBD: Pope Fhncis and Prime Minister Stephen Harpr Talk TYuth and Reconciliation at Vatican

Many have called for him to outright rescind the Doc*rine of Discovery uihich paved the wayfor centuries of
oppression against Indigenous Peoples.

RELATED: Nuns Urge Popeto RescindDoctrine of Discovery

The Pontiffis touring SouthAmerica for eight days, with stops in Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay. He has come out
srrongly ag-:ainst the environmental rznrages and social injustice of climate change, and in Thursdat's speech he
continued in tlnt vein, by calling leaders who do not defend Mother Earth "cowards." He also said they are
committing "a grave sin," AP said.

RELATED: Pope Francis: ProtectingMother Earth Is Our Duty, Not an Option

Pope Fbancis: Indigenous Peoples'should Be the Principal Dialogue Parmers'on Projects


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The Holy See

MESSAGE OF HIS HOI-INESS


POPE FRANGIS
FOR THE CELEBRATION OF THE
WORLD DAY OF PEACE

1 JANUARY 2015

NO LONGER SI.AVES, BUT BROTHERS A}-ID SISTERS

1. At the beginning of this New Year, which we welcome as God's gracious gift to all humanity, I

offer heartfelt wishes of peace to every man and woman, to allthe world's peoples and nations, to
heads of state and governrnent, and to religious leaders. ln dolng so, I pray for an end to wars,
conflicts and the great suffering caused by human agency, by epidemics past and present, and by
the devastation wrought by natural disasters. I pray especially that, on the basis of our common
calling to cooperate with God and all people of good will for the advancement of harmony and
peace in the world, we may resist the temptation to act in a manner unworthy of our humanity.

In mv Messaqe for Peace last year, I spoke of lfie desire for a full life-.- tt'hicfi indudes a longing
for fratemity $'hich draws us to feilourchip wtth others and enables us to see them not as enemies
or rivafs, but as bmthels and sistersto be ace$ed and ernbracd'.1[J Since we are by nature
re{ational beings, meantto find fulfilmentthrough interpersonal relationships inspird by iustice
and love, it is fundamental for our human development that our dignity, freedom and autonomy be
acknowledged and respected. Tragically, the growing scourge of man's exploitation by man
gravely damages the life of communion and our calling to forge interpersonal relations marked by
respect, justice and love. This abominable phenomenon, which leads to contempt for the
fundarnental rights of others and to the suppression of their freedom and dignity, takes many
forms. I would like briefly to consider these, so that, in the light of God's word, we can consider all
men and women "no longer slaves, but brothers and sisters".

Listening to God's plan for humanity


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AMERTCAN DECLARATION ON THE RTGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

(Adopted at the thirdplenary session, held on June 15, 2016)

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

RECALLING the contents of resolution AG/RES. 2867 (XLN-O/I4), "Druft American


Declaratioa on fhe Rigitfs of Iadigenous PeqpJes, " as weJI as aLl fhe previous resolutions on this issue;

RECALLING also the "Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples in the
Americas," document AG/DEC. 79 (XLIV-O/l4), which reaffirms that progress in promoting and
effectively protectiqg the rights of the indigmous peoples of the Americas is a priorrty for the
Organization of American States;

RECOGNZING the valuable supporf provided by the raember sfates, observer states, the
organs, agencies, and entities of the Organization of American States for the process within the
Working Group to Prepare the Draft American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;

RECOGNZING as well the iruportant participation of indigenous peoples of the Americas in


the process of preparing this Declaration; and

TAKATG INTO ACCOUNT the significaat confrbution that the indigenous peoples of the
Americas have made to humanity,

RESOLVES:

To adopt the following Draft American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoplss'!' zr

1. The United Sdes rsrrins cornmitted to ddresdng the urgent issls cf concern to indigmus
peodesarosstheAmeric4 induding onbdirg $cietd disimindion agrinst irdigrouspeoples
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Canada reiterates its commitment to a renewed relationship with its Indigenous peoples, based on
recognition ofrigfuts, respect, co-operatio[ and partnership. Canada is now fully engaged, ...
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