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Unnatural Law: Agency vs. Sovereignty


                                                                        Unnatural Law
                                                                Agency or Sovereignty?
     The differences between Agency and Sovereignty affect so many inter-related ares, that it is difficult to avoid incomplete statements. Without establishing who someone is, where they are, what they are, their legal standing and who they are subject to, people get buried in legal apples and oranges. It is too easy for people to get off in the weeds of Uniform Commercial Code, International Law and U. S. Code. People find themselves caught up in being property and agents of the corporation. In those legal minefields, never forget that the objective of Commerce is always Conquest.

What Someone Else Wants


What Someone Else Wants

Why do we seem to be pushed, pulled, compelled, coerced, bribed and threatened into a system of revolving slavemasters? Is it that we secretly crave the opportunity to exert power over another human being, IF our turn comes? Could it be that we are just as corrupt as the people we resent?

It is very obvious that fiat currency systems are cycles of abuse. The effort that people make in defending their bankers, attorneys, financial advisors, and media analysts is truly amazing in it’s dedication. Regardless of the wrongs that are inflicted on people, they still love their abusers.

I remember an incident that took place, about 10 years ago. In the place where I got my coffee every morning, on my way to work, I had a thought. As I handed the cashier the paper note in tender of payment, I asked her.

“Do you know why this is worth something?”

Her answer was, “No. Why?”

I replied, “It is worth something because you believe it is. You gave me something real, a cup of coffee, in exchange for debt that you and everyone else promised to repay to a private bank. When these notes are used, the user is borrowing debt.”

If I knew this, 10 years ago, why doesn’t everyone else know it, today? If you could go back in time and show Christopher Columbus a “$?” 100 Federal Reserve note, he wouldn’t know what it was or where it came from. You would have to admit that it wasn’t anything but paper, in his day. You would have a very rough time with the authorities of that day, obviously acting as an agent of a foreign power that doesn’t exist yet. You would know that Columbus wouldn’t sell you a rowboat for a wheelbarrow of FRNs.

In this phase of the currency collapse, everyone is expected to grab a bucket and start bailing. If you are in an ocean of debt, you can’t stay afloat with the Federal Reserve and the U. S. Treasury producing and taking on more debt than you can keep up with. Abdication of conscience leads to exactly what we don’t want.


Panic Attack


Panic Attack

Waiting for the Federal budget debates is a lot like waiting in the doctor’s office. You have an idea about things you already know about, and will accept a definite maybe as good news. Old magazines that didn’t interest you when they were new, aren’t much of a distraction. So, here we sit. We’ve seen state budgets try on shoes that were too big for them. We’ve seen municipal departments worry about financial nail trimming, while hoping against budgetary castration. What will we be looking at in the coming months?

Right now, the word “Deficit” is a dirty word. It should be. The Federal Budget has been an interest-only loan for at least 35 years. We only thought the housing bubble was huge. The mortgage on the Federal Plantation is the riskiest loan in the history of mankind. The most stressful time for the U. S. economy is while the next fiscal year is undecided. This year will include a visit to the financial proctologist. You’ve probably wondered why the sun doesn’t shine, there. I suspect that we’re about to find out why we would really rather not know the answer to that question. We have been so focused on the things that are rammed down our throats in Congress, that we haven’t paid any attention to the other things done to us. The things done by banks and corporation are done without ant prior public debate.
Since this is September, a refresher course is in order. When we were last at the scene of the public dole feeding frenzy, there was a closed-door meeting among the Federal Reserve, the U. S. Treasury and Congressional leadership. No details came out of that meeting, but it is obvious that the currency collapse card got played. Since then, the pile of chips on the table has grown larger than the table. We’ll see who bluffs, who blinks and who calls, over the next few months.

Lest we forget, trade relations with China were a bit strained, last year. All China had to do was voice reluctance to buy any more U. S. Treasury debt. Financial stocks went into a death spiral. This year, the global economy is all dressed up in debt, with nowhere to go, but down. Everyone waits. The only known fact is that the Federal Reserve is hosting the party. Everyone has the expectation of drinking themselves under the table with debt. You know what happens when you keep bad company. You get a bad reputation. They go to Hell in a handbasket, and drag you with them, protesting your innocence.It would be way too late to protest.We didn’t want God’s provision and His ways, in His house. United States citizens choose to throw their lot in with the pimps and con artists in the Federal corporation, instead. If you don’t want to fit that description, now would be a good time to get out of the Federal Reserve Ponzi scheme.

What do we do now? We wait and watch. We’ve seen the battle plans of the Corporate Wars, before. The global players are positioning themselves in the hope of gaining advantage and influenced. Populations are monetized and ready for the first ante. Your street could end up owned by one bank, your house by another, and your children by yet another. Your job isn’t secure enough to be mentioned as an asset. We’ve seen all of this, before. We know that the media never calls anything what it really is. It should help to know that the words “budget” and “deficit” now have the the same functional meaning. This is what happens, when people don’t know the difference between debt and money. People have no clue as to how the debt game is played. I hear it, every day. People believe that they can win the debt gamThey don’t understand that they lost, before they were born. The mechanism to monetize them and extract the wealth from them has been in place for many generations. The old adage is, “Live and Learn”. May we all live long enough to learn.

So, what does all of this mean? It means that we will see a budget crisis. Entitlement programs will tighten belts, sacrificed to ram through the healthcare agenda. Again I repeat the unnatural order of Corporatism: Government of the Corporations, by the Attorneys, for the Banks. Now, you should know what is going to happen, next. It’s what the banks want. 


Photo Finish


Photo Finish

The first decade of the new millennium has been such a whirlwind, so far, that we have to stop and ask ourselves, “What just happened?!!” Do we have any historical frame of reference to measure recent events, by? Upon examination, there are many events in our history that point to present conflicts and their outcomes.

When empires disintegrate, the forces that functioned within them don’t just disappear into thin air. Relationships and traditions float on the winds of change, like dandelion seeds. So it is, in the transition periods in the United States. If we draw a straight line from the questions of our day, back through historical records, motives and goals become clearly defined.

When have we seen the present level of regulatory corruption and commercial consolidation in our past? That would be the period 1891 through 1913. The economic structure, combined with political corruption, produced public manipulation that led to the Federal Reserve and WWI. At that point, government became the Corporatist War Machine that we see today. The seeds of subsequent wars of Corporate conquest were planted in that time period. Generations became cannon fodder to enforce the will of the central banks and exact tribute from indigenous populations. Every aspect of social and commercial activity now teaches people the anti-human compulsions of Corporatism. People are now identified and valued by their relationship within the corporate structure. Throughout history, long before there was a United States”, these practices were condemned and ended in destruction. Monetizing and numbering people is the most evil practice implemented by government. It leads to mass murder, genocide.

Last year, people failed to recognize the patterns from the 1920s & 70s. If there had been recognition, before the fact, we never would have been talking about trillions in bailouts to “stabilize” the global economy. Those prior decades identify the actions that were taken in the past year as injurious to financial stability and social continuity. Going back and reading

“Land and Wealth vs. Debt and Promises: The End Game”

https://georgesblogforum.wordpress.com/?s=Land+%26+Wealth+vs.+Debt+%26+Promises%3A+The+End+Game

“War Under Heaven: The World At Commerce”

https://georgesblogforum.wordpress.com/?s=War+Under+Heaven%3A+The+World+At+Commerce

shows that I understated everything. My friends around the world were telling me that everything was worse than I said it was. In 2 trips across the country, I found that they were right. Sections of cities look like war damage. The atmosphere is different. The tension of being packed into cities, under uncertain and sometimes dangerous circumstances, wears people down.

Have we forgotten the scenes of those decades and what they led to, so quickly? The threat of hyperinflation, the resulting wage and price controls, loan defaults, the S & L failures, 23% prime rates, record unemployment, political and financial scandals …. need I go on? The jury is in, and we are judged, GUILTY. We are repeating the past. We are going down the path of social collapse, dangerous urban environments, polarizing media manipulation of public opinion, with government as petty, corrupt and self-serving as it ever was. We are being thrown to the wolves, and still don’t see it.

The present time is a turning point of U. S. history. As the Corporation has siezed the helm of the ship of state, and presumes to overrule the restraints that it AGREED to, in 1787, we are stuck with the reality that we are oppressed by a criminal organization. The United States government is Hell-bent on herding the population, like livestock. the healthcare reform debate doesn’t recognize people as living beings. We are seen as potential markets, managed assets, group cost caps, repositories for chemical cocktails and the resulting repeat sales, to address the side effects. This is the kind of human experimentation that makes war criminals of medical authorities. Credentials mean nothing in the sight of the Author of Life. The lust for power and wealth has never known satisfaction. The “American” Medical Association won’t find the goal of their obsession in Heaven.

It is interesting that legislation in the 1960s borrowed so much from wartime enemies. That illustrates that countries and leaders rise and fall, but Corporatism marches on. The public figures that rammed Nazi and Soviet laws down our throats at that time are now facing the consequences in Eternity. Will we learn from this, today? The legislation that resulted in the Patriot Act and Homeland Security is in the same spirit that produced the genocides of the 20th century, sending more than 100 million people to execution at the hands of their own governments. We are watching the disease of National Socialism run it’s course. We don’t have to be infected by it.


Obama Fans


A teacher asked her 6th grade class how many of them were Obama fans.. Not
really knowing what an Obama fan is, but wanting to be liked by the teacher,
all the kids raised their hands except for Little Johnny.
The teacher asked Little Johnny why he has decided to be different …
again.
Little Johnny said, Because I’m not an Obama fan.’
The teacher asked, ‘Why aren’t you an Obama fan?’
Johnny said, ‘Because I’m a Republican.’
The teacher asked him why he’s a Republican.
Little Johnny answered, ‘Well, my Mom’s a Republican and my Dad’s a
Republican, so I’m a Republican..’
Annoyed by this answer, the teacher asked, ‘If your mom was a moron and your 
dad was an idiot, what would that make you?’ 

With a big smile, Little Johnny replied, ‘An Obama fan.”

Balance Of Trade


     Every government trip to China should produce the right blend of snickers and incredulity. On the one hand, we have corporate suits-and-ties making a show of giving China a lecture on trade imbalances and subsidized trade wars. On the other hand, China is sitting on 200 Trillion in U. S. Treasury debt. Since last October, they’ve been dumping it. Nobody wants U. S. debt. This would be a comedy act, if it weren’t so serious.

Sen. Charles Schumer found out what the deal was. He came back from China much quieter than he went. I am always reminded of his example when any president talks about negotiating anything with China. They all talk big until they hear, “You go home now, Yankee dog.”

The biggest problem that concerns me now, is that this president is more inclined to give away the store, than Americans are. Of course, United States citizens sold their souls to the company store. They have nothing to say about it. They abandoned their Nationality in favor of shareholder status in a corporation.


Affirmative Materialism


07/30/2011
     Whether we see it or not, the current debt ceiling debate is an exercise in Affirmative Materialism. The entire conversation is hampered by these Corporatists who are ruled by the lusts of their 5 senses. In their expectations, they do err greatly, for they ask amiss. In simple terms, access to more debt is not Manna from Heaven.
   Watch where this comes out. Unmet expectations always result in anarchy. The welfare state has always been a day late and a dollar short because it does the evil of spreading dependency. The only way that governments can promise material comfort is to impersonate Final Authority. In the aftermath of social bankruptcy, those who presented themselves as gods, are found to be no gods, at all. The emperor has no clothes. He’s just a naked fool, proudly paraded down the street.
     Whether we know or or not, our bellies lead us to slavery and our conscience leads us to freedom. Our needs and desires can be used against us. God gave us conscience to oppose the world. Most people are content to live with guilt, as long as their stomach is full.

     When we try to find the positives in situations, we can be deceived into bad choices. It’s just a basic flaw in human nature. People judge good and evil by whether or not they materially benefit from it. If something causes the stock market to go up, they are in favor of it. If it goes down, they are dissatisfied. People believe that, as long as they can go places and buy things, everything is good. Perception is not always reality. 

     We are now at the crossroads of Reality and Perception. This is not a good time for a wrong turn. Illegal immigration is easy to understand. It is perception that leads us astray. U. S. citizens are imported statutory persons, aliens in the states they reside in.  They are the legal aliens that volunteered to pay the debts of the Federal corporation. Foreign nationals entering the U. S. illegally are the leg breakers sent in by6 the central banks to take possession of the collateral on the debt.  The debt is owed to private central banks, not to U. S. citizens.
   Herein lies the irony of our situation. In this “managed economy”, independence and autonomy are things of the past.  14th Amendment citizenship is the new slavery. A return to reality can only be realized by a return to real money and asserting our standing as Americans. U. S. citizens are NOT Americans. They are shareholders in a corporation that is foreign to the States. 
    Should we wonder why we have no rights in this society? I don’t think so. We can’t perceive Reality by pretending to be something we are not. Withdrawing support and consent in and for the Federal corporation is the only valid choice.