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This is my understanding and it could very well be totally wrong or wrong in places. It is for my readers to decide.
How can we pay an alleged debt? when all we have to pay with is pieces of paper that in itself is a promise to pay.
Each note we have in circulation is a promise to pay! it states that plainly on the face of the note. So we have an alleged debt and
we pay it with more debt, how does that work? to me all we are doing is making a bigger debt, we are digging a bigger hole for ourselves
and our progeny.
All debt notes are borrowed into existence by our signatures as new money, which is really just more debt, so please tell me where
the wealth is? is it in we the people or in the banks? I would say we the people are the value. Our time, and our energy drives the
whole thing, but what do we get for our efforts more debt and if we do not give them our debt notes thereby making the debt bigger,
our property gets stolen.
To me the whole system is a giant private banking *ponzi* scheme and quite possibly a fraud. These accounts were never designed
to balance they were designed to enslave us with mind numbing debt for all of us, our families and our families family. We have been
enslaved to run around a hamster wheel to nowhere until the wheels come off.
It is my understanding that almost all Governments went bankrupt in the early 1930’s. They are all in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, this
would include all Countries in the EU, every single one of them, and we the people of Europe are unwittingly the collateral for a debt
that is not ours as there is no means to pay any debt because the system is designed such that we cannot pay it down, that is deliberate
fraud is it not?
When we receive a letter from a debt collector or a bank we could ask the following questions:
- Validation of the debt (i.e. the actual accounting showing company name with real losses, if any);
- Verification of your claim against me (a sworn affidavit or a hand signed invoice in accordance with The Bills of Exchange Act 1882);
- A copy of the contract signed by both parties and therefore binding both parties to the agreement.
- A certified copy of the Original Note (Credit Agreement), under penalty of perjury and with unlimited liability with confirmation that this Note, has never been sold.
- Furthermore confirm the name of the individual who is the duly authorised representative from your company, who has carried out due diligence under The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 and what actions s/he has taken in relation to this account.
I am currently working on a template for validating an alleged debt which when finalised I will put on it’s own page in the top menu.
For furthering your education on how currency is generated with all it’s hidden secrets take a look at this video below.
If we have a chance and it would be better in the public we could ask a politician the following questions:
1. Do you agree with me that we use fiat currency?
2. Do you also agree with me that fiat currency has no intrinsic value and the only reason it works is because we have faith that shops etc take it in exchange for goods and services?
3. Do you also agree that we cannot pay a debt with another debt?
4. So would you agree that because we are paying a debt with a debt we are creating a bigger debt?
5. Would you agree that the system is therefore fraudulent?
1. He has to answer yes.
2. He has to answer yes.
3. He has to answer yes.
4. He will not want to answer this question.
5. He will not want to answer this question either.
#1 by cadmar1944 on July 13, 2017 - 13:24
Thank you Richard, yes those five demands of proof work, no question. My granddaughter paid off two credit cards before moving abroad, then six years after the fact she received a demand for payment from one of them. She came to see me and ask if I could help her. I sent them a notice and used those five questions, I gave them ten working days to reply, She received a reply which did not address one of those proofs, I just told her to ignore it and send a second letter again asking for them to address the five points, Got nothing back, so after another ten days I sent them another notice which was a notice basically saying that as they have not met the terms and cannot prove their claim i consider the matter closed. That was a year and a half ago and she has heard nothing more. So it works. Thank you for your considered reply.
#2 by UZA - a peoples' court of conscience on July 13, 2017 - 05:33
#3 by Richard on July 13, 2017 - 00:17
You are sbsolutely right. I have used the same techniques to negate 16K alleged debt.
There is a further descent into the rabbit hole if you look at personal property.
Who owns it?
Well, as you know, a banknote is a promise to pay. If you write a note to your corner shop with a grocery list, signed, and say that you’ll pay next week and send someone to get the goods, the shopkeeper hands over the goods and awaits payment, who then owns the goods?
The shopkeeper, the guy who collected them, or you?
It’s not the guy who was given the goods, he’s only a courier. Fedex doesn’t own the parcels. It’s not the shopkeeper because he’s relinquised the goods after accepting your promise to pay. The owner is in fact the signatory of the promissory note, ie. you.
Now, whose signature is on the promissory notes we all use? The chief cashier of the Bank of England. So who owns the goods?
The Antiterrorist has a good video on this very topic.