Item by Colonel House, kind of puts the following into perspective….
Operation of every single claim in a nutshell
In shipping language, the chartered vessel (United States) took on cargo (the people), mortgaged that cargo to the hilt to pay for the voyage (used the credit of the people), then dumped that cargo (the people) over the railing and into the seas (commerce) to collect on the insurance (social security). Then, came back to the point of dumping for a salvage operation….(admiralty / maritime lien)
First, one is “welcomed” into a foreign jurisdiction by the “host nation” of whom, though its “occupying army”, extended its hospitality to a foreigner upon registration of the birth event and, per the custom of the host nation, provided a vessel (NAME) whose cargo is…
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