INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE
IT IS NOTICED: International protocol dictates and the States courts have dictated to the Human Rights Tribunal of the Government of The United States of America in the past, on several occasions, that it must go through the U. S. Department of State in order to address issues of a judicial nature against one of its State officers in the matter of Human Rights Violations perpetrated against American Nationals.
However, the States have had no issue with claiming money damages directly against American Nationals in the past and present without going through the U.S. Department of State which is not following proper International Protocol.
Therefore, the Government of The United States of America will contact the U.S. Department of State and particularly the Secretary of State of the United States whenever a legal issue may arise by and between an affirmed American National and a Public State officer.
Further, it is also required that the State Public Officers contact the U.S. Department of State which will in turn contact the office of the Secretary of State for the Government of The United States of America to resolve any legal issues by and between the Public State officers and affirmed American Nationals.
Notice: Any and all violations of this international protocol is a violation of International law and the law of nations of which the States, through the United States and the Government of The United States of America are subject.
Further Notice: American Nationals in their day to day business are free to talk, discuss and trade with State residents for the purpose of trade and commerce in interstate commerce or any other purpose which upholds Article 18, 19, 20, 21, and 23 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and among other articles of the same declaration. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is universal and therefore applies to everyone equally. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is enforceable by customary international law and the law of nations. In other words, Monetary Judgments against governments of States are a two way street.
Violations: If there are any questions or violations of this International Protocol from the States, contact the U.S. Department of State of the United States.
office of the Secretary of State for the Government of The United States of America and for The United States of America.