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## This is a picture of "The Houses of Parliament" in London, England.

Let's have a little quiz:
. !ho meets there"
#. !hat do the\$ do there"
%. &o the\$ help \$ou in an\$ 'a\$"
(f \$our ans'ers 'ere:
. ")em*ers of the government"
#. "The\$ represent all the people living in the countr\$" and
%. "+es, the\$ create la's to protect me and m\$ famil\$"
Then let me congratulate \$ou on getting ever\$ one of the ans'ers
'rong.
&idn't do too 'ell on that quiz" ,-, let's have
another go:
.. !hen 'as slaver\$ a*olished"
/. !as slaver\$ legal"
0. 1re \$ou in de*t to a financial institution"
Here are the ans'ers:
. The serving officers of a commercial compan\$.
#. The\$ thin2 up 'a\$s to ta2e mone\$ and goods from \$ou.
%. 3o, a*solutel\$ not, the\$ help themselves and not \$ou.
.. 4laver\$ has 3E5E6 *een a*olished and \$ou \$ourself, are
considered to *e a slave right no'.
/. +es, slaver\$ is "legal" although it is not "la'ful" 7\$ou need to
discover the difference8.
0. 3o. +ou are 3,T in de*t to an\$ financial institution.
&oes this seem a little strange to \$ou" (f it does, then read on:
TH,4E (3 P,!E6 H15E 1 9(: 4E;6ET
Paying tax is OPTIONAL
!!
Getting a licence is
OPTIONAL !!
Registering a vehicle is
OPTIONAL !!
Paying a fine is
OPTIONAL !!
Attending a court is
OPTIONAL !!
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4urprised" !ell > tr\$ this for size:
Ever\$ )ortgage and Loan is =<LL+
6EP1(& from da\$ one > \$ou can pa\$ it
again if \$ou 'ant to, *ut \$ou don't have
to ??
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(f no*od\$ has told that \$ou that \$ou have a 4tra'man,
then this could *e a ver\$ interesting eAperience for
\$ou. +our 4tra'man 'as created 'hen \$ou 'ere
ver\$ \$oung, far too \$oung to 2no' an\$thing a*out it. 9ut then, it
'as meant to *e a secret as it's purpose is to s'indle \$ou, and it
has *een used ver\$ effectivel\$ to do Bust that ever since it 'as
created.
Perhaps it is a*out time that \$ou learnt a*out \$our stra'man and
ho' \$ou can stop it *eing used against \$ou. -no'ing a*out it is
the most important first step. +ou need to go on a Bourne\$ of
discover\$, and ('m afraid that 'hat \$ou are a*out to discover is not
ver\$ pleasant. Ho'ever, if \$ou decide to act on 'hat \$ou learn, it
could change \$our life for the *etter. (f \$ou thin2 that \$ou are in
de*t, then \$ou can get out of it if \$ou are 'illing to stand up for
\$our rights and refuse to *e s'indled an\$ longer. (nterested" (f
so, then let's start at the *eginning and find out 'here \$our
stra'man came from and 'h\$ \$ou should care a*out it.
(t all started 'hen \$our parents had a happ\$ event and \$ou entered
the 'orld. +ou don't 2no' eAactl\$ 'hen that 'as, *ecause \$ou
'ere not a'are of the da\$s of the 'ee2, the months of the \$ear or
even 'hat \$ear it 'as.
Even after some months had gone *\$, \$ou still 'ere not a'are of
created and it 'as *eing used to ma2e some ver\$ unscrupulous
people rich. 3one of this 'as \$our fault. (t happened *ecause
\$our parents 'ere fooled into thin2ing that the\$ needed to register
\$our *irth and get a *irth certificate for \$ou. 4o, the\$ 1PPL(E& for
a *irth certificate, not understanding 'hat 'ould happen 'hen
the\$ did. !ell then, 'hat did happen" 1ccording to the Local
1uthorit\$:
. The\$ lost o'nership of their *a*\$ 7\$ou8.
#. The\$ allo'ed a stra'man to *e created.
This is not something 'hich the\$ can *e *lamed for, as no*od\$
told them it 'ould, or even could, happen. 3or did an\$*od\$ tell
them 'hat a stra'man is or ho' it can *e used against their *a*\$.
(n actual fact, the CregistrationD is a contract and in realit\$, it is
null and void *ecause there 'as not full disclosure *\$ the Local
1uthorit\$, nor 'as there Eintent to contractF on the part of the
parents.
The registering of a baby's birth actually passes "ownership" of the baby
to the Local Authority and that, and that alone, allows the Local
Authority staff to take the child away from the parents if they ever want
to do that. This applies until the child reaches the 'age of maturity' set
by the current legal statutes. Doing that is not "la'ful" but after the
birth has been registered, it is "legal" and there is a world of difference
between those two terms, a difference which it is very important that
you come to understand clearly.
4o, 'hat is a stra'man" A strawman is a fictitious legal entity,
created with the hope that as the child grows up, he will be fooled into
believing that he is actually the strawman which he most definitely is
not! and pay all sorts of imaginary costs and liabilities which get
attached to the strawman by con artists.
Ho' is a stra'man created" "ell the mechanism involves that
unnecessary birth certificate which the parents imagine is about, and
belongs to, their baby neither of which is actually true!. #f the baby has
been named \$ames and the family name is %artin, then you would
e&pect the birth certificate to have the name \$ames %artin written on it.
#f that is what is written on it, then all is well and it is a genuine birth
certificate. 'owever, if any other name is there, then the document is
not a birth certificate but instead is the creation of a strawman
mas(uerading as \$ames %artin. The alternative entries might be any
of the following e&amples) "\$A%*+ %A,T#-", "%r \$ames %artin",
"%artin, %r \$ames" or anything else which is not e&actly "\$ames %artin"
and nothing else.
!h\$ create a
stra'man" The
charge the strawman
imaginary costs and
penalties and fool the
human \$ames %artin
into paying those
amounts'. These imaginary charges include '#ncome Ta&',
'.ouncil Ta&', '#nheritance Ta&', '.apital/0ains Ta&', ',oad Ta&', '#mport
Ta&', '1alue/Added Ta&', '2uel Levy', 'Loan #nterest', '3ank .harges' and
anything else that full/time professionals can think up and are confident
that you will not notice that you never agreed to pay and don't need to
pay.
Legalese is a secret language invented to trick you. #t uses *nglish
words but attaches secret meanings to those words with the sole
intention of stopping you believing that what they are saying to you has
nothing to do with the normal meaning in the *nglish language. Their
purpose is to cheat you and rob you.
2or e&ample, they will say to you "&o \$ou understand"" . #n *nglish,
that means "Do you comprehend what # am saying to you4" and the
automatic response would be "5es", meaning "# do comprehend what
you are saying to me". 3ut these sneaky, underhand people have
changed the meaning in Legalese to mean "&o \$ou stand under me""
meaning "Do you grant me authority over you so that you have to obey
whatever # tell you to do4".
"hat makes it even worse, is the fact that they will never tell you that
they have switched from *nglish to Legalese, and if that is not
dishonest, underhand and unscrupulous, then # don't know what is6 #f
you answer the (uestion believing that *nglish is being spoken, then
they pretend that you are contracting with them to become subordinate
to them. "hether or not that is actually true is debatable because that
is effectively a verbal contract between you and them and for any
contract to be valid, there has to be full and open disclosure of all of the
terms of the contract, and then, unreserved acceptance by both parties,
and in these cases, that has most definitely, not occurred.
3ut what is the point in all this4 "ell, this manoeuvre is intended to
trick you into agreeing to represent your strawman. "hy4 Aaah now,
that is a good (uestion, but to answer it takes a bit of e&plaining, and
you need to understand the overall situation)
All humans are born e(ual, with complete freedom of choice and action.
#f you live in the same place as a lot of other people, then there are a
few restrictions which have grown up, by common consent, over time.
These restrictions are for your protection and the protection of the other
people living near you. These restrictions are called "the Law" or more
accurately) ".ommon Law"! and they are few in number and very easy
to understand. They are)
+ou must not inBure or 2ill an\$one.
+ou must not steal or damage things o'ned *\$ some*od\$ else.
+ou must *e honest in \$our dealings and not s'indle an\$one.
These have resulted from hundreds of years of disputes which have
been dealt with through using common sense and the opinions of
ordinary people. They are the only limitations on you, and if you don't
want to abide by them, then you need to go to some isolated place and
stay away from other people.
%any people think that there are hundreds of other laws which they
have to keep and new ones every other day!, but that is not so. Those
other things are called "statutes" and keeping them is optional for you,
the human, 37T they are not optional for your fictitious strawman, and
that is why the people who benefit from those things want to persuade
you to represent your strawman and so become sub8ect to all of their
invented restrictions and charges.
#f you knew that they were optional, would you agree to)
0ive most of your earnings away in ta&es and similar charges4
9ay to own a vehicle4
9ay to own a television set4
3e forced to 8oin armed services if you are told to4
+end an army which is supposed to represent you, into another
country to murder innocent people there4
"ere you ever told that these things are optional4 #f you agree to
represent your strawman, then these things become binding on you.
These are some of the "statutes" which 'politicians' keep inventing in
order to make you poor, make them and their friends rich, and keep you
in a position where you have to do everything they say, no matter how
much that harms you and does away with your natural rights and
freedom.
3ut, says somebody, we elect a government to represent us and so we
have to do what they say, after all, they have our best interests at heart
don't they4
"ell, that is a nice thought, but is it actually true4 -o it isn't. 5ou think
that you elect politicians to represent you in your government, but that is
not what you actually do. That is part of a very carefully fostered
illusion intended to keep you in your place and giving most of your
earnings away typically, :;< of all you earn!. 9art of the secret is
that what is supposed to be your 'government' is actually a privately
owned, for/profit company and all that you do when voting, is help
choose the serving officers inside that company. #t will never make the
slightest difference to what happens in the future as the company policy
and actions are controlled by the owners of the company and they are
not influenced in any way whatsoever by what you want.
Think this is far fetched4 Then check it out via Dun = 3radstreet or any
of the other places which records the setting up and performance of the
>?;,;;;,;;; commercial companies world/wide. "hen you do that,
you will discover that, for e&ample, the House of ;ommons is a
commercial for/profit company number 7.@@ABCCD!, The La*our
Part\$ is a commercial company which trades under the name of
EAllister Darling %9F, The House of Lords which is the highest court in
the land is a private company, the <nited -ingdom ;orporation Ltd.
formerly known as the E7nited Gingdom plcF and which never complied
with the law which re(uires it to file it's financial records, is also a
private company. The )inistr\$ of Gustice D/7/-/+ -umber @@/HCB/
:H@?, Directors) Lord 2alconer of Thoroton is a private company set up
in the year >?;;. The 9an2 of England is a private company, as is
ever\$ ;ourt and ever\$ Police =orce and even the 4ecretar\$ of 4tate
for Trade and (ndustr\$ is a company and not a person.
#t gets even more ridiculous when you discover that The &evon and
;orn'all Police is a company which has been taken over by a
company owned by #3% which is paid an annual budget of
I@H?,:;;,;;; taken from members of the public. 0ilbert and +ullivan
would have loved this reality as a script for one of their comedies.
Lancashire ;ount\$ ;ouncil was incorporated as a company
#9;;???.! in @;;@. #tJs registered office was "Drd 2loor, .hrist .hurch
9recinct, .ounty 'all, 9reston" and it was completely dissolved on @Hth
\$anuary @;;: and all of itJs Assets and Liabilities were transferred on
>@th -ovember @;;A to another company / EThe 3lues and Twos .redit
7nion Ltd.F whose registered address is Lancashire 9olice
'ead(uarters, 9K 3o& AA, 'utton, 9reston. Do you by any chance get
the feeling that you are being taken for a ride here4
\$ust in case you are not aware of it, the purpose of any commercial
'for/profit' company or corporation is to make money for it's owners and
shareholders if there are any!. The people whom you think of as 'The
0overnment' don't do anything which earns money / instead, they take
money from you and their main 8ob is to make sure that you don't
realise that they are in the same position as #3% which takes away a
cool I@H? million of your money every year."
+o, why all the pretence of there being a genuine government which
you elect and who serve you4 They don't want you to understand that
they are 8ust running a company which produces nothing of any worth /
something like a betting shop, where almost every customer
loses money / and wake up to the fact that, unlike what you
have been told all your life, this is all optional and you don't
need to play their rip/off game any longer unless you want to.
They want you to be so burdened down with paying them
money and working so hard and so long that you don't
have the time, money or energy to stop and think about
what is happening to you and your family.
They are desperate to stop you from 8ust walking away from their scam,
and so they make every effort to connect you with the fiction which is
your stra'man because fictitious entities like commercial companies
can't have any dealing with a real man or a real woman / they can only
deal with another fiction like your strawman, and it is essential that they
fool you into believing that you have to act on behalf of your strawman /
which you don't.
They have a number of well/proven methods of distracting you and
keeping you from finding out. They want you to see a great deal of
entertainment, not because there is anything wrong
with entertainment, but while you are watching it
you will not be asking awkward (uestions. Also,
they are very careful that most entertainment
reinforces their make/believe world and makes it
appear to be "the real world" where everyone is
under 'The 0overnment', 9olice Kfficers uphold the law, ta&es are
essential in order to keep things going and things which are said to be
bad for you, are ta&ed heavily not to make money! but supposedly, to
encourage you to avoid those things.
They also have another very effective techni(ue, and that is fear. They
want you to be afraid. Afraid of imaginary terrorists. Afraid of
disasters. Afraid of new diseases. Afraid of foreign countries. Afraid
of "the economy" doing badly and inflation rising. #f you doubt this,
then take a look at the news and count the number of positive, uplifting
news items, and the number of negative or depressing news items. #t
doesn't take much in the way of research to see the very heavy
negative bias in the news. The reason behind this is to make you feel
that you need a government and an army to protect you from these
supposed dangers. #t is easy to keep the news items biased that way,
because all of the ma8or news agencies and media outlets in the world
are owned by only five or si& privately owned commercial companies.
+o to supposedly connect you to the strawman which they created for
you when your birth was registered, they use the Legalese techni(ue of
conning you with the 3ame of the strawman. #f you are ill/advised
enough to go to a .ourt which is a .orporate place of 3usiness! as the
accused, you will be asked to confirm your name, (uoting the full name
shown on your birth certificate, which is the LE:1L PE64,31L(T+.
Titles such as %r, Dr, Lord, 9., L., or whatever are not asked for as
they are not re(uired. The EAccusedF is actually the L*0AL
9*,+K-AL#T5 which is the name on the birth certificate, so when they
ask for the personJs -A%*, they are talking to the L*0AL
9*,+K-AL#T5 and not the human. This is because a human cannot
e&ist in the legal world / only pieces of paper can, and that is something
which they are very careful not to tell you.
This is a really key issue. -atural Law and .ommon Law are the only
laws which apply to humans and they deal only with harming other
people or causing them loss, and outside of those restrictions, a human
has free and unlimited entitlement to do anything he chooses which
complies with these principles. As opposed to this, Acts of 9arliament,
E+tatutesF and +tatutory #nstruments E.ontractsF do not apply to the
human but only to the piece of paper which is the L*0AL
9*,+K-AL#T5 and which has no reality. As the legal fiction of the
L*0AL 9*,+K-AL#T5 was created by the company called Ethe 7nited
Gingdom .orporationF, it is that company which gets to say what the
rights and duties are for that piece of paper.
"hen a person is born in 3ritain, the mother and father submit
a 3irth .ertificate ,egistration 2orm, which is a piece of paper.
There is no re(uirement under common law to do this.
"hen any limited company or corporation is set up, there is
always a .ertificate of ,egistration in order to create itJs
L*0AL 9*,+K-AL#T5 and that is a piece of paper. 9lease
note that a 3ritish 3irth .ertificate states (uite clearly that it is
not evidence of identity, that means that, it has nothing to do with any
human. %arked on it is E.rown .opyrightF showing clearly that it does
not belong to an individual and was created by the crown. This act of
,egistering a child, makes that child a Eward of the courtF and the child
can be taken away from the parents at any time. The Legalese
definitions of words which sound commonplace, can be found in
3lack's Law Dictionary and the current edition is the eighth.
Another trick they try to play on you is to imply that a 4ummons is
something which you %7+T obey while in fact, it is only an
(nvitation to attend their place of business. They are -KT inviting
you, the man, but instead, they are inviting a L*0AL 9*,+K-AL#T5 to
their place of business, and please note that there is a .'K#.* as it is
only an invitation. The L*0AL 9*,+K-AL#T5 is 8ust a piece of paper,
a 3#,T' .*,T#2#.AT* created by the commercial company called
"The 7nited Gingdom .orporation" and it is not the human. 5ou canJt
be forced into a contract, so they have to deceive you into entering into
one without understanding what you are doing. They are using
deception as every %agistrates .ourt is a trading name of the
commercial company called EThe %inistry of \$usticeF D/7/-/+ -umber
@@/HCB/:H@? which does not have a 9arent .ompany listed meaning
that it is a 9arent .ompany itself. Legal people on being shown this
company registration, responded by saying that if this information is
genuine which it is!, then the 7G has been lawless for more than C;;
years because the whole \$ustice +ystem is being dealt with by a
commercial company.
0oing to court in connection with any civil action, is a very bad idea as
the only function of a court is to 8udge between two parties who
disagree and then penalise the loser. The court doesn't care who wins
or loses, and the ob8ective of the court is to make a profit for it's owners
as it is a commercial enterprise and it's purpose is to ac(uire money
from anybody who is fool enough to attend. #f you look at the
+ummons which is really an invitation! to go to court, you will see that it
is not in your name, but in the name of the strawman which they are
hoping to fool you into representing.
&ealing !ith "&e*t" 3ecause of the very high percentage of
the money earned being taken away from the average person, it is not
unusual for people to end up with what looks like "debt".
%ost people spend their time worrying over the
statement of what they are told they owe, and do
endless calculations to see if they agree with the
numbers which they have been sent. Again, this is the
sort of misdirection which magicians use to fool
audiences, distracting their attention away from where
the action is really taking place. 'ere, the (uestion is really not "'ow
much is owed4" but instead it is "#s anything actually owed4".
5ou need to remember that any financial institution is a legal fiction and
does not actually e&ist. As a result of this, it can only deal with other
legal fictions essentially, other pieces of paper! and it can't have any
dealings with a man or a woman as they are not legal fictions. #t is
also important to understand what passes for money nowadays. Let's
say our trusty friend \$ames %artin goes looking for a loan and he fills in
an application form with the +windle 3ank Limited for I>;,;;;.
#nterestingly, the form which he is asked to sign, says that he has
approved.
The ne&t day, the loan is approved and \$ames is handed a che(ue
which he is asked to sign and lodge to his account with the bank. "e
won't follow up on that very interesting procedure at this time, but
please remember that he has now provided t'o signatures for I>;,;;;
in the strawman name, and all he has received is a > and four Meros in
the accounts of the +windle 3ank Limited.
All goes well for several months until \$ames loses his 8ob and does not
manage to get another one. This is financial trouble which he does not
know how to deal with. Time goes by and \$ames has not had sufficient
money to make payments against his loan from the +windle 3ank
Limited. 'e starts getting letters from the bank saying that he must
pay the arrears immediately and keep up with the payments in future.
There is not the slightest chance of that happening as \$ames 8ust does
not have the money and he does not know what to do.
2ortunately, 9eter, the ne&t door neighbour of \$ames happens to be
an independent financial advisor with years of e&perience, and \$ames
has the brainwave of asking him for help. 9eter is willing to help and
so he sits down and goes through all of the paperwork. Then he tells
\$ames) "5ou must not ignore this situation. "rite back immediately
and say that you agree to pay any financial obligation which you might
la'full\$ owe, ,3 ;,3&(T(,3 that they)
. 9rovide validation of the debt, that is, the actual accounting.
#. 1erification of their claim against you, that is, a signed #nvoice.
%. A copy of the .ontract binding both parties you and them!, and send
that letter by recorded delivery so that there is an independent witness
to it having been delivered."
*very letter you write should be marked clearly "!ithout PreBudice"
which means that you reserve all your lawful rights and accept no
contract unless it is shown to be lawful by meeting the four conditions
essential to a lawful, binding contract, namely)
>. 2ull Disclosure you were not told that you were actually creating
@. *(ual .onsideration they brought nothing of value to the table
and so have nothing to lose!
D. Lawful Terms and .onditions yours were actually based on
fraud!, and
4. The signatures of *oth parties corporations can't sign because
they have no ,ight or %ind to contract since they are soul/less
legal fictions, and no third party can sign a contract on their
behalf!
9eter then tells \$ames that agreeing to pay, provided that evidence of a
lawful debt can be produced, stops him being taken to court because
courts only ad8udicate between parties who are in dispute, and as
\$ames has agreed to pay, there is no dispute, so the court would not
accept any application for a hearing. #f the +windle 3ank were foolish
enough to try, \$ames has only to send the court a copy of his letter
agreeing to pay and the case would be thrown out immediately and the
3ank might well be penalised for wasting court time!.
The bank is now in trouble as it has been running a con game on
\$ames and so can't produce the documents for which \$ames has
asked. The re(uest by \$ames was reasonable in every respect.
'owever, a loan agreement is a contract and so there has to be full
disclosure of all the details which there wasn't!, both sides have to put
up something of e(ual worth which didn't happen! and the contract
has to be signed by both parties which the bank can't do!. +o, the
bank has a real problem.
The bank will probably send a +tatement of what it wants \$ames to
believe is the outstanding amount. \$ames should return this with a
polite note saying that a +tatement is not an #nvoice, so would they
please provide a signed #nvoice as re(uested. They will also probably
send a photocopy of his Loan Application form, at which point \$ames
should write back and point out politely that it does not constitute a
contract as it is only signed by one of the parties himself! and he has
asked for a copy of the .ontract signed by both parties.
The bank is likely to go silent at this point and stop corresponding with
\$ames. \$ames should then write again, re(uesting that the necessary
documents be sent to him within the ne&t fourteen or perhaps @:! days,
and if that does not happen, then he will consider the debt to be fully
discharged.
The bank will either remain silent or write back to say that the debt is
fully discharged. #f the bank tries phoning, then 8ust tell them politely
that you only wish to deal with this matter in writing, and ring off. #f the
bank remains silent for the stated period, then \$ames should write back
stating that due to the bank's failure to provide the necessary evidence
of a lawful debt within the reasonable time provided, that \$ames now
considers that the debt is fully discharged and ask the bank to confirm
that in writing. The bank will normally write back confirming that the
debt is fully discharged and that there is nothing owing and if it does
not do that, then it will 8ust stop asking for any further payments.
The reasons for how and why this takes place, takes a good deal of
e&plaining and many people find it difficult to understand. +o, it is
covered in detail here. %any people think that this process sounds like
you ripping off the bank, but this is definitely not the case.
!hat is mone\$"
Kriginally in *ngland, the unit of money was called "one pound
sterling". That was because it was literally, sterling silver a
weighing one pound. As it was (uite difficult to carry several
pounds weight of currency round with you, it was arranged that
the actual silver could be held in a bank and a promissory note
which was essentially, a receipt for the deposit of each pound of
silver, was issued. #t was much easier to carry these "bank
notes" around and to do business with them. #f you wanted to,
you could always take these notes to a bank and ask for them to be
cashed, and what happened then was that the bank would hand you the
e(uivalent weight of sterling silver in e&change for the notes.
Today, the currency in *ngland is still "bank notes" which are certainly
easier to carry around, but there is one very important difference.
These notes are issued by the private company called "The 3ank of
*ngland" which is as good a name for a company as any other name!.
'owever, if you were to take one of their bank notes to the premises of
that company and ask for it to be cashed, all that they would do is give
you another note with the same number of pounds written on it, or
alternatively, some other notes with smaller numbers printed on them.
This is because, unlike the original bank notes, there is nothing of any
physical value backing up the bank notes of today / they are only worth
the physical paper on which they are printed.
#t actually gets worse than that. "hat happens most commonly
nowadays is that they do not even bother printing those pieces of
paper. -ow, they 8ust tap some numbers into a computer record, or if
they are old/fashioned enough, they write the numbers into a ledger.
"hat do those numbers represent4 -othing at all / they have no actual
value, in other words, 8ust as much value as if you typed them into your
own computer / (uite meaningless. And yet, a bank or other financial
institution will merrily "lend" you those numbers in return for years of
your work / now isn't that really generous of them4
Actually, this is not at all funny, because if you don't keep paying them
money earned by your very real work, then they will attempt to take your
house and possessions away from you. This won't happen if you
understand that what they lent you was actually valueless. Take the
case of \$erome Daly of %innesota in America. #n court, \$erome
challenged the right of the bank to foreclose on his home which had
been purchased with a loan from the bank. \$erome argued that any
mortgage contract re(uired that both parties that is, himself and the
bank!, to put up a legitimate form of property for the e&change. #n
legal language, that is called a legitimate "consideration" put forward
by both parties to the contract.
\$erome e&plained that the "money" was in fact,
not the property of the bank as it had been
created out of nothing as soon as the loan
agreement was signed. That is, the money does
not come out of the bank's e&isting assets as the
bank is simply inventing it and in reality, the bank is
putting up nothing of it's own, e&cept for a theoretical liability on paper.
As the court case progressed, the 9resident of the bank, %r %organ,
took the stand and admitted that the bank, in combination with the
privately owned commercial company called! "The 2ederal ,eserve
3ank", created the entire amount of the loan in credit in it's own books
by means of a bookkeeping entry, the money and credit coming into
e&istence when they created it. 2urther, %r %organ admitted that no
7nited +tates Law or +tatute e&isted which gave him the right to do this.
A lawful consideration must e&ist and must be tendered to support the
loan agreement. The 8ury found that there had been no lawful
consideration put forward by the bank and so the court re8ected the
bank's application for foreclosure and \$erome Daly kept his home.
That is e&actly the situation with all 3ritish mortgages. "hen someone
makes an application for a mortgage or any other loan, the applicant's
signature is re(uired on the application form before the loan is
approved. That signed application is a valuable piece of paper which
the bank can lodge in it's accounts as a credit to the bank for the
amount of the loan. The bank could 8ust keep that application form and
stay I>;;,;;; or whatever, ahead, but they want more, much more.
They want the borrower to pay them that same amount again, funding it
by years of work, and not only the amount of the supposed "loan" but
significant e&tra in interest. "hy do you think that they are so keen to
lend you "money" / they are even willing to lend to people with very poor
credit records as there is no way that the bank can lose out on the deal,
no matter what happens.
This is why, if a company starts demanding payment of large sums of
money, you start by asking them to provide the "accounting" for the
deal. #n other words, you are asking them to show in writing that they
provided something of genuine worth as their side of the loan contract.
As they invented the money as numbers in their books with no real
worth attached to those numbers, they are in deep trouble as they can't
comply with your demand to see their accounting for the deal. Did you
ever wonder how the average bank manages to make hundreds of
millions of pounds profit every year4 "ell, you are looking right at
where a large chunk of it comes from.
The 9oo22eeping
This ne&t part of the information may be a little difficult to understand.
"hen any business is being run, the accounts are recorded as money
coming in and money going out. 2or a bank, the money coming in is
called a ".redit" and money going out is called a "Debit". The ob8ective
is to have these two amounts match each other for any customer. -ot
everything done in banking is immediately obvious to the average
person and so it may be a little difficult to understand how everything
works in this area.
#f you have an account with a bank and you deposit IH;; to open the
account, the bank enters that in it's books as a .redit. The .redit on
your account is IH;; and the Debit is I; and so the balance has a
positive, or .redit value of IH;;.
#f you were to withdraw I?;;, then the bank would record this as a
Debit of I?;; and as the .redit balance on your account is IH;;, the
balance on your account would be I>;; in Debit, that is, overdrawn by
I>;;.
#f you were to lodge a further I>;; and then close your account, the
bank would not have any problem, other than the fact that they would
like to keep you on as a customer. As far as the accounting goes, your
account is balanced and the bank is satisfied with the state of affairs,
I?;; has come in and I?;; has gone out, the books balance / case
closed.
-ow, if you were to apply for a loan mortgage or otherwise! for
I>;;,;;; from the bank, they would give you an application form which
is set out in such a way that you have to fill in the strawman's name
rather than your own / separate bo&es with one of them containing "%r"
and they may even re(uire you to fill the form in using block capitals.
5ou may think that the capitals are so that they can read you writing
or perhaps, to make it easier for it to be entered into a computer, but
the name in those capital letters belongs to the strawman and not to
you. 5ou have actually 8ust made an application on behalf of the
strawman and not on behalf of yourself6
5ou might wonder why they would want to do that. After all, what could
they ever get from the strawman4 "ell, you might be surprised.
"hen the strawman was incorporated they assigned a large monetary
value to it, possibly I>;;,;;;,;;; and they have been trading on the
stock market on behalf of the strawman ever since, and you know how
many years that has been. +o, very surprisingly, in their opinion, the
little fellow is really very rich, and you have 8ust authorised them to take
the amount of your loan application from the strawman's account. +o
before the bank passes you any money, it has already got it's money
from the strawman account and entered it in it's books as a I>;;,;;;
.redit to your loan account. They then place I>;;,;;; into your loan
account as a Debit. #nterestingly, that loan account is now balanced
and could easily be closed off as a completed deal.
This is where the sneaky part comes in. To get the money out of your
account, you have to write and sign a che(ue for I>;;,;;; on that
account. "hat does the bank do with che(ues which you sign4 #t
assigns them to the account as an asset of the bank, and suddenly, the
bank is ahead by I>;;,;;; because the che(ue is in the name of the
strawman who can supply the bank with almost any amount of money.
3ut it doesn't end there, as the bank is confident that you know so little
about what is going on that you will pay them anything up to I>;;,;;;
over the years, against what you believe you owe them6 #f that
happens, then they have made yet another I>;;,;;; for the bank. To
make things even better for them, they want you to pay them interest on
the money which you don't actually! owe them. Kverall, they make a
great deal of money when you borrow from them, so perhaps you can
see now why banks make hundreds of millions in profit each year.
#f the loan was used to buy a property, then the bank probably insisted
that you lodged the title deeds with them as soon as the property deal
was completed. #f you then fail to keep paying them, they are likely to
attempt to foreclose on the "loan" and sell your property (uickly for an
even greater profit. And to add insult to in8ury, if the property sale did
not e&ceed the amount of the "loan" plus the charges for selling it, then
they are likely to claim that you owe them the difference6
9erhaps you can now see why \$erome Daly told them to go take a
for any loan made to you, puts the bank in an impossible situation. #f
the bank then 8ust writes and says that the "debt" is fully discharged,
they still have made a massive profit on the operation and they also
hope that the vast ma8ority of customers will not catch on to the fact that
they are paying far too much or even that there is a strawman involved.
9lease don't feel that you are ripping the banks off if you don't pay them
what they are asking you to pay / they have already recovered
everything paid out before you start paying them for the second or third
time.
!hen it is a )ortgage the entire process is very much the same.
The Debt/2ree +overeign website gives a very clear description of the
process in .anada, and the process everywhere else is much the
same. They describe a typical property sale and mortgage this way)
The buyer goes to %agic 3ank in response to the bank's claim that it is
in the business of lending money in accordance to its corporate charter.
The buyer went to the bank believing that %agic 3ank had the asset
money! to lend. %agic 3ank never tells its customers the truth that it
does not have any money to lend, nor that %agic 3ank is not permitted
to use their depositors' money to lend to its borrowers.
-otwithstanding the fact that %agic 3ank does not have any money to
lend, %agic 3ank makes the buyerNborrower sign a mortgage loan
application form which is essentially a promissory note that the
buyerNborrower promises to pay %agic 3ank for the money what
money4! which he is supposed to receive from %agic 3ank even before
%agic 3ank. This promissory note is a valuable consideration, a
receivable and therefore an asset transferred from the buyer to the bank
which %agic 3ank enters into its own asset account as a cash deposit.
After making sure that the buyer has the ability to pay the re(uired
monthly payments the buyer has credit!, %agic 3ank agrees to lend the
buyer the money cash! to pay the seller. %agic 3ank has no money to
lend but it gave the buyer a promise to lend money by way of a
commitment letter, loan approval letter, loan authorisation or loan
confirmation letter, etc., signed by a bank official or loansNmortgage
officer employed by %agic 3ank.
liable to the buyerNborrower for the full face value of the promissory note
which is the agreed purchase price of the property, less any cash
deposit or down payment money paid by the buyer directly to the seller.
#t is important to note at this point that all real estate transactions
re(uire that the property being sold must be conveyed by the seller to
the buyer free of all liens and encumbrances which means that all liens
such as e&isting mortgages, 8udgments, etc. must be paid before the
property can be mortgaged by the buyer as collateral to the mortgage
loan which is yet to be received by the buyer pursuant the promise
made by %agic 3ank. 'ow can the seller pay off his mortgage and
obtain clear title if he has not yet received any money from the buyer4
And how can the buyer mortgage a property that does not yet belong to
him4
This dilemma is solved using %agic 3ank's magic tricks. %agic 3ank,
in concert with other magicians, the bank's lawyers or notaries, causes
all the liens and encumbrances to magically disappear by using a
che(ue drawn in the name of %agic 3ank backed by the buyer's
promissory note and the agreement of purchase and sale. This che(ue
is deposited into the lawyer's trust account. #n essence, %agic 3ank
and it's magicians, the lawyers and notaries used the buyer's
promissory note as the cash to enable the purchase agreement. #t was
%agic 3ank caused the property to be conveyed to the buyer from the
seller clear title, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances. The
property now belongs to the buyer which makes it possible for the buyer
to mortgage the property to %agic 3ank. The buyer paid for it using his
own promissory note.
At this point, the seller has not yet received any money or cash so
%agic 3ank and it's magicians must perform more magic in order to
satisfy the seller's re(uirement that he must get paid or the whole deal
is null and void. The seller does not even know that the property had
been magically conveyed to the buyer's name in order for the seller to
The ensuing magic trick is accomplished this way. The buyer is made
to sign another promissory note. The mortgage contract is attached to
the bottom of the promissory note which makes the buyer liable to pay
%agic 3ank for the money or the loan which the buyer has not yet or will
never receive for up to twenty five years or more depending on the term
of the mortgage contract. This note is linked to the collateral through
the mortgage contract and as such, it is valuable to %agic 3ank.
%agic 3ank then goes to 3ank of .anada or to another bank through
it's accomplice, the .anadian 9ayment Association to pledge the deal
that they have 8ust got from the buyer for credit. 3ank of .anada then
gives %agic 3ank the "credit". ,emember, it is not %agic 3ank's
credit, it was the buyer's credit who promised to pay %agic 3ank if and
when the money is received by the buyer from %agic 3ank, payable for
up to @H years or more.
3ote: "hat happened above is basically a "swap", a transaction all
banks do to 'monetise' security. #n this case, the second promissory
note that is linked to the mortgage contract and signed by the buyer is a
mortgage/backed security.
%agic 3ank will then agree to pay 3ank of .anada a certain percentage
of interest over "prime". Thus the buyer's loan package goes to 3ank
of .anada which credits %agic 3ank with the full amount of credit which
is the total amount of the money %agic 3ank is entitled to receive after
@H years which is the amount of the principal plus all the interest
payments the buyer has promised to pay to %agic 3ank for @H years or
more which is usually three times the amount of the money promised by
%agic 3ank to the buyer. 3y magic, %agic 3ank 8ust enriched itself
and got paid in advance, without using or risking it's own money.
%agic 3ank's magician, the lawyer who holds the che(ue that is backed
by the buyer's original promissory note, then writes a che(ue to the
seller as payment for the property. #n effect, the buyer paid the seller
with his own money by virtue of the fact that it was the buyer's own
money the promissory note! that made the purchase and sale possible.
%agic 3ank 8ust made a cool D;;< profit without using or risking any
capital of its own. -either was there any depositor's money deducted
from %agic 3ank's asset account in this transaction.
"hat really happened was pure deception and if we the people tried to
do this, we would end up in prison being found guilty of fraud and
criminal conversion not to mention that the property would have been
seiMed by the court.
This is only a crime if we, the people, do it to each other, as it would be
an indictable crime if we issue a che(ue with no funds. There would
not be any deal, no purchase and sale agreement because there is no
valuable consideration. #n order to de/criminalise the transaction, we
need %agic 3ank and their cohorts to make the deal happen. #t is
really a conspiracy of sorts but these "persons", the banks, the lawyers,
the land title offices or even the courts do not consider the transaction
as fraudulent transactions because these transactions happen all the
time.
+uch a contract is "void ab/initio" or "void from the beginning" which
meant that the contract never took place in the first place. %oreover,
the good faith and fair dealing re(uirement through full disclosure is
non/e&istent which further voids the contract. %agic 3ank failed to
disclose to the buyer that it will not be giving the buyer any valuable
consideration and taking interest back as additional benefit to un8ustly
enrich the corporation. %agic 3ank also failed to disclose how much
profit they are going to make on the deal.
%agic 3ank led the buyer to believe that the money going to the seller
would be coming from its own asset account. They lied because they
knew, or ought to have known, that their own book or ledger would
show that %agic 3ank does not have any money to lend and that their
records will show that no such loan transaction ever took place. Their
own book will show that there would be no debits from %agic 3ank's
asset account at all and all that would show up are the two entries made
when the buyer gave %agic 3ank the first collateral or the promissory
note which enabled %agic 3ank to cut a che(ue which made it possible
to convey the property from seller to the buyer free and clear of all liens
or encumbrances as re(uired by the agreement of purchase and sale
entered into in writing between the buyer and the seller. "hat really
happened was not magicO in reality, the buyer's promissory note was
used by %agic 3ank and it's magicians / the lawyers and land title
clerks, to convey free title to the buyer from the seller. +o why do we
need the mortgage contract4
The other entry that would show up when we audit %agic 3ank's
accounts, is the other pledge of collateral including the buyer's
promissory note which was converted unlawfully and without disclosure
or permission from the buyer! into a mortgage/backed security which
was "swapped" or deposited by %agic 3ank to 3ank of .anada and
"cleared" through the .anadian 9ayment Association for which another
deposit was entered into %agic 3ank's transaction account.
2rom the above, we can list all the criminal acts perpetrated by %agic
3ank)
The mortgage contract was "void ab/initio" because %agic 3ank
lied and never intended to lend a single cent of their own asset or
A valid contract must have lawful or valuable consideration. The
contract failed for anticipated breach. %agic 3ank never planned
to give the buyerNborrower any valuable consideration.
%agic 3ank breached all its fiduciary duties to the buyer and is
therefore guilty of criminal breach of trust by failing in it's good
faith re(uirement.
%agic 3ank concealed the fact from the buyer that it would be
using the buyer's promissory notesO first to clear all the liens and
encumbrances in order to convey clear title to the buyer and then
use the second promissory note to obtain more money from 3ank
security. %agic 3ank received up to three times the amount of
money re(uired to purchase the property and kept the proceeds
to itself without telling the buyer.
%agic 3ank violated its corporate charter by lending "credit" or
"nothing at all" to the buyer and then charging interests on this
make/believe loan. 3anks are only licensed to lend their own
money, not other people's money. %agic 3ank used the buyer's
promissory note to clear the title which essentially purchased the
property from the seller. The transaction is "an ultra vires"
transaction because %agic 3ank has engaged in a contract
outside of it's lawful mandate. An ultra vires contract is void or
voidable because it is non/e&istent in law.
*veryone involved in this undertaking with %agic 3ank, starting
with the loan or mortgage officer, the lawyers, the land title office
and even the central bank are e(ually guilty by association by
aiding and abetting %agic 3ank in it's commission of it's crimes
against the buyer and the people who would eventually have to
absorb all of the loss through increased ta&es, etc.
#n the final analysis, %agic 3ank and the others who profited from the
ultra vires transaction are all guilty of un8ust enrichment and fraud for
deceiving the buyer and the people, and for acting in concert in this 8oint
&ealing !ith The Police 5ears ago, a policeman was your
friend and defender. Things have changed now that 9olice 2orces
have become commercial organisations, dedicated to producing a profit
by taking money from you in the form of 2i&ed 9enalty -otices,
+peeding 2ines, 9arking 2ines and any number of other charges. #t
was stated on national T1 this morning that in the last thirteen years,
three thousand additional offences have been invented.
As each individual 9olice 2orce is a commercial company, in a way, not
unlike a %cDonalds ,estaurant in strategy, it has no authority to
enforce anything, any more than a %cDonalds has. The men and
women who work under the banner of their local 9olice 2orce have two
separate roles. "hen they take up their occupation, they take an oath
of office, pledging to uphold the law. That oath, and nothing else, gives
them the authority to act to enforce .ommon Law / that is, the few
things which are listed near the start of the "Legalese" section of this
web site. #t does not authorise them to do anything connected with so/
called "government" statutes and so they have been trained to
use Legalese to entrap uninformed members of the public. To
be fair, it is highly likely that members of the police force are not
aware of what they are doing and do not understand the
difference between "legal" statutes which are optional! and the
"lawful" .ommon Law re(uirements which apply to everyone
and are not optional.
9lease don't get me wrong. %ost policemen and policewomen do a
great 8ob and assist members of the public, often above and beyond the
re(uirements of their 8ob / opposing bullying, intimidation, fraud, etc.
and comforting in cases of bereavement or in8ury. Admittedly, the
commercial companies who control the 9olice 2orces are working hard
to end this sort of positive behaviour, using ridiculous "'ealth and
+afety" regulations as an e&cuse, even to the e&tent that police officers
are instructed to stand by and watch somebody drown and not attempt
to save them. This is not the choice of the officer but the instructions of
the owners of the company.
3ecause these thousands of invented offences don't apply to anybody
unless they agree to be bound by them, it becomes essential for a
public to agree to sub8ect himself to these unnecessary restrictions and
agree to pay invented cash penalties to the local commercial company
called the "9olice 2orce" or ".onstabulary". The normal first attempt to
establish this spurious dominance of the police officer is by him asking
for your name. This is not an innocent (uestion and it is essential that
you are very careful in what you say as there are verbal Legalese
*oo*\$ traps all over the place.
Kne suitable reply is "The law does not re(uire me to provide that
information" which is entirely correct and avoids pitfall number one, and
no matter how often the (uestion is asked, the answer is always the
same. #t is also vitally important not to argue with a police officer as
that is another Legalese booby trap which makes you sub8ect to the
thousands of hateful regulations designed to part you from your money.
+o, only answer (uestions ideally with a non/aggressive (uestion!
and don't volunteer any information at all.
#f the police officer says "+ou 'ere eAceeding the speed limit", you
could say "!as ("" as you don't argue, nor do you point out that
.ommon Law does not re(uire anyone to keep to speed limits, obey
road signs, park only where directed, etc. even though that is perfectly
true.
As mentioned before, if the police officer says "&o \$ou understand""
then your response should be "3o? ( do 3,T stand under \$ou in this
matter". As before, the (uestion is a Legalese trap and has nothing
whatsoever to do with understanding anything which has been said.
7nder .ommon Law, an offence has only been committed if there is a
victim somebody who has been killed or in8ured, had possessions
damaged or stolen or who has been defrauded!. +o, if the police
officer keeps pushing you to agree to pay his company money when
you don't need to, then a good (uestion to ask might be "!ho is the
victim"". An alternative is to ask "!hat is the charge, or am ( free to
go"". #f you stick to these things, then the police officer has nothing to
work on as you have not agreed to be bound by statutes, you have not
provided a name and address for him to write on an #nvoice or "2i&ed
9enalty -otice" as they like to call it! and you have not entered into a
"controversy" by arguing with him or into "dishonour" by refusing him
point blank.
There is one other thing, and that is, without being
aggressive or offensive in any way, you must not do
anything which he tells you to do because if you do, then
those charming Legalese people can see that as you
agreeing to "stand under" him and become sub8ect to his "legal" not
"lawful"! authority, and so become liable to those thousands of cunning
plans called "statutes", carefully crafted in order to rob you in a perfectly
"legal" way.
Kne thing which any police officer needs to become aware of is the fact
that they do not have any security provided by the 9olice 2orce which
employs them. #n any situation which does not involve .ommon Law,
the police officer is on his own, acting as an individual and as such is
wide open to action against him either under .ommon Law if he is
acting unlawfully or by civil court action if his actions warrant it. #f there
is failure to establish "\$oinder" or more aptly named Epretensive 8oinderF,
which is where a human agrees voluntarily to represent the strawman
and so become sub8ect to statutes!, then the presumed authority of a
police officer does not e&ist in any respect and he is acting solely as an
individual whose only authority is to enforce .ommon Law and nothing
else.
6egistration %ost people believe that when they buy a new car
that they have to register it in 3ritain, with the commercial company
known as the "Driver and 1ehicle Licensing Agency"!. "hat very few
people are aware of is the fact that the act of applying for registration
actually transfers the physical ownership of the vehicle from you the
purchaser who paid the money, to the Licensing Authority who licenced
the vehicle. That is, you have 8ust given the vehicle away to a
commercial company who has done nothing at all for you and which
does not have your best interests at heart. As it is unlawful to swindle
anyone, # would be most interested to hear any reason whatsoever as
to why this registration should not be deemed to be unlawful as # can't
think of any reason or basis why this should not be considered blatant
and obvious fraud, and there has certainly not been full disclosure of
the terms of the contract.
The change of ownership is shown by the fact that you, the previous
owner, are now sent a document stating that you are now "the
,egistered Geeper" of the vehicle which you have 8ust bought. 5ou are
left to pay for maintaining the vehicle which you do not own, and the
actual owner can, and will, destroy the vehicle which cost the owner
nothing! if you, the ',egistered Geeper' do not keep on paying for the
use of the vehicle. Destroying the vehicle would be unlawful if the
vehicle did not belong to the company doing the destroying.
The vehicle will be crushed if the ",oad Ta&" is not paid. That 'ta&' is
substantial and was originally introduced as a fund contributed to by the
drivers of vehicles, in order to build new roads for those vehicles to
drive on, and to maintain all e&isting roads. That was a very
reasonable idea, and it means that all the roads in the country belong to
the people who paid the money for them to be built and repaired.
That ,oad Ta& 2und has been hi/8acked and # have seen reports that
state that :H< of that money is taken for other things which are in no
way related to roads or driving. Local Authorities say that they can't
maintain roads properly as they do not have sufficient funds to do the
work. The ',oad Ta&' is increased for vehicles with large engines on
the laughable e&cuse that they burn more fuel and so contribute more to
global warming. The real reason for the increase is, as ever, 8ust a
method of taking more money from people who have no idea what is
going on. There is even a proposal now, that motorists be charged
for every mile that they drive along the roads which they paid for
and own.
That, of course, is not the only stream of income from vehicles. A
ma8or source of income is from the massive 'ta&' on fuel for
vehicles, and it has been stated that an incredible :H< of the selling
price is the proportion which is not needed for the location,
e&traction, processing and delivery of the actual fuel. #n passing it can
be remarked that vehicles can be run on water, compressed air, energy
direct from the environment, permanent magnets, and even on gravity.
#t, no doubt, will come as a great shock to you that the inventors who
have done this have disappeared suddenly as soon as they started
testing their prototypes. 2ar fetched4 # personally know five people
who have been told to "cease and desist / or else". "hen you
understand the billions and billions in profit which are made through
selling oil products, actions like that become very understandable,
especially since the people who do these things own the police forces
and courts and so they know that there will be no comeback no matter
what they do.
5ou would think that there could be no further money to be s(ueeMed
out of the person who buys a car, but that is not the case. There are
two further ma8or charges. The first is an import duty on vehicles
brought into the country from outside and that can be a substantial
amount. The second is a most damaging charge called "1alue Added
Ta&" in 3ritain and "+ales Ta&" elsewhere. That ta& is at present,
>A.H< and forms a ma8or increase in the selling price of almost
everything. -o matter how much your earned income is ta&ed, the
remainder will be used to make purchases, almost all of which will be
ta&ed themselves and the components used in their manufacture,
transport and advertising are themselves ta&ed, raising the price even
further. "hen these things are taken into account, it has been
estimated that :;< of a person's earnings is taken away by the various
ta&es and other unnecessary charges. 9rofessional economists have
stated that the supposedly/free people living in 'democratic' 3ritain are
actually substantially worse off than the 'serf' slaves of earlier times / so
much for 'freedom' 6
+o, what about the &riving Licence or in America, the &river's
Licence4 7nder .ommon Law, humans have the right to travel freely
and these days, that includes using a vehicle when travelling. The
Legalese people want to persuade you that you are no longer a
"Traveller" under .ommon Law, but instead, you are a "&river" sub8ect
to their statutes, and they demand that a "Driver" must have a driving
licence, car ta&, car insurance, and anything else that they can think up.
#f you wish to live in freedom and somebody asks to see your licence
which would have been issued by your 'begging' for the supply of one
and so sub8ecting yourself voluntarily to their authority by doing so!,
then the (uestion is ""hy would # want one of those4".
A driving licence is only needed for the driver of a vehicle which is
taking part in commerce. #t can be argued that transporting a
strawman is a commercial undertaking, so it would be advisable not to
have anything related to a strawman with you. #t is also very important
not to give your name, address or supposed! date of birth or to show
any form of #D as that places you in a position of voluntary submission
by)
a! Kbeying the command of another human being who is of e(ual
standing to you! andNor
b! Associating yourself with, and conse(uently representing, a
strawman who is automatically sub8ect to all statutes, being itself, a
legal fiction and part of that fictional world.
+o, if you are not carrying a passenger who is paying for the 8ourney
and you are not stopping off on the 8ourney to sell things and you are
not transporting a strawman, then you are not a "Driver" with a
"9assenger", but instead, you are a "Traveller" with a "0uest" if you are
accompanied by a human who is not a "person" and who is not carrying
a strawman around with him. Travellers do not need a driving licence.
Postal &emands *ach person generally gets a number of
demands for amounts to be paid. As an e&ample of
this, in 3ritain there is an annual charge for a
television Licence. This is something which
Americans find biMarre and highly amusing as they
have nothing like it and find the notion laughable. #f
you get a demand for payment for any such licence,
you will notice that it is not addressed to you, the
human, but to the fiction which is the strawman which
has a name which sounds like your name but is not
the same. The name will be printed on the demand in all capital letters,
or in rare cases will be preceded by "%r", "%rs" or "%iss", and any of
those names refer to the strawman who sounds like you and which has
a creation date which matches what you have been told was your
birthday. 5ou can pay this demand if you want to, but it is entirely
optional and remember that it is not 5K7 who is being billed. Also
worth remembering that you, the human, are bound by .ommon Law
and not legal statutes, and .ommon Law does not re(uire you to pay
any form of ta&.
The company invoicing the strawman is hoping that you don't catch on
to the fact that it is not you who is being billed, and so make the
payment as a mistake on your part. #nterestingly, the strawman does
not own a television set and so is not re(uired to have a licence
anyway. 3eing only a piece of paper, the strawman can be considered
to be deaf, dumb, blind and paralysed as it
can't perform any action, can't see anything,
can't hear anything and can't say anything.
Anyway, the company looking for the money
is in the business of fooling people, so it
sends out batches of letters to an area,
claiming that a "detector van" will be in the
area in a few days and so anyone without a licence will be detected and
prosecuted, so better get one now. This is done in the hope that a
percentage of the people mailed will fall for it and start paying them
money. They may even send around a van with all sorts of peculiar
attachments on it, in the hope that it will frighten residents of the area
who are not already paying them. A driver of one of those vans says
that none of the e(uipment in the van does anything and certainly can't
detect anything to do with television / it's all there as window dressing
for the operation. The reality is that they 8ust check the addresses
against their database of who is already paying them.
#f you don't want to pay this unnecessary charge on behalf of a
strawman, then you can mark the envelope "3, ;,3T61;T > 6eturn
to 4ender" and put it in a post bo&. Any subse(uent letters can be
treated in e&actly the same way. As in all cases, do not have any
telephone conversations about it, as verbal communications bristle with
Legalese verbal traps. At most, say that you wish to deal with any such
matters by post and terminate the call. #t does not matter in the
slightest if an employee turns up at your home and hands you a letter or
puts it through your letter bo&. The letter is -KT for you or even
addressed to you / it is addressed to the strawman, so it can be posted
back the same as any other letter.
#f you wish, you can take a more forceful, direct stance as demonstrated
here by a letter issued by .hristopher Lees when dealing with a 2i&ed
9enalty -otice)
&ear 4irs,
responding. (t is a notice. (t informs \$ou. (t means 'hat it sa\$s.
The reason 'h\$ \$ou need to read carefull\$ is simple. ( am offering
conditional agreement. This removes controvers\$, and means that \$ou no
longer have an\$ ultimate recourse to a court of la' in this matter, *ecause
there is no controvers\$ upon 'hich it could adBudicate. +ou al'a\$s have
the option of dragging these conditions into a court of la' onl\$ to *e told
that the\$ are, indeed, perfectl\$ la'ful. That is, of course, al'a\$s \$our
prerogative should \$ou decide to 'aste \$our time.
=or this reason it is important that \$ou consider and respond to the offer in
su*stance. The 'nearest official form' 'ill not suffice, and consequentl\$ is
li2el\$ to *e ignored *\$ m\$self 'ithout an\$ dishonour on m\$ part.
,n the other hand there is a time>limit on the agreement *eing offered. (t
is reasona*le, and if it runs out then \$ou and all associated parties are in
default, removing an\$ and all la'ful eAcuse on \$our part for proceeding in
this matter.
=or these reasons it is recommended that \$ou carefull\$ consider this
notice and respond in su*stance, 'hich means actuall\$ addressing the
points raised herein.
+ou have apparentl\$ made allegations of criminal conduct against me.
+ou have apparentl\$ made demands upon me.
( do not understand those apparent demands and therefore cannot la'full\$
fulfil them. ( see2 clarification of \$our document so that ( ma\$ act
according to the la' and maintain m\$ entire *od\$ of inaliena*le 3atural
6ights.
=ailure to accept this offer to clarif\$ and to do so completel\$ and in good
faith 'ithin H 7seven8 da\$s 'ill *e deemed *\$ all parties to mean \$ou and
\$our principal or other parties a*andon all demands upon me.
( conditionall\$ accept \$our offer to agree that ( am legal fiction 'person' )r
;hristopher )ar2 Lees and that ( o'e IHJ for services rendered *\$ \$our
compan\$, upon proof of claim of all of the follo'ing:
. <pon proof of claim that ( am a person, and not a human *eing.
#. <pon proof of claim that \$ou 2no' 'hat a 'person' actuall\$ is, in legal
terms.
%. <pon proof of claim that \$ou 2no' the difference *et'een a 'human
*eing' and a 'person', legall\$ spea2ing.
.. <pon proof of claim that \$ou 2no' the difference *et'een 'legal' and a
'la'ful'.
/. <pon proof of claim that ( am legal fiction 'person' )r ;hristopher )ar2
Lees, *eing the entit\$ to 'hich \$our paper'or2 'as addressed, and not
;hristopher: of the Lees famil\$, as commonl\$ called.
0. <pon proof of claim that the charge 'as the result of a la'ful
investigation unmarred *\$ preBudice.
H. <pon proof of claim that ( am a mem*er of the societ\$ 'hose statutes
and su*sisting regulations \$ou are enforcing.
K. <pon proof of claim that ( sho'ed \$ou some sort of identification.
L <pon proof of claim that there is a namea*le societ\$ that ( *elong to and
that the la's covered 'ithin an\$ alleged transgressions state that the\$
appl\$ to me 'ithin that named societ\$.
4incerel\$ and 'ithout ill 'ill, veAation or frivolit\$
9\$: MMM@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ MMM 71gent8
;hristopher: of the Lees famil\$
!(TH,<T P6EG<&(;E, i.e. all 3atural (naliena*le 6ights 6eserved
Please address all future correspondence in the matter to a direct Human
4elf, namel\$ ;hristopher: of the Lees famil\$, as commonl\$ called.
Less than N of par2ing tic2ets are appealed, mainl\$ *ecause motorists
donFt 2no' ho'. T'o thirds of appeals are successful and %JN of those
appealed never go to ar*itration and one third of tic2ets should never have
*een issued. !hen \$ou appeal, the Local 1uthorit\$ is li2el\$ to feed \$ou
meaningless and confusing information in order to get \$ou to give up on
\$our appeal. The\$ ma\$ even tell \$ou to pa\$ the fine and then appeal,
2no'ing full 'ell that \$ou canFt appeal after the fine is paid and the\$ ma\$
'ell tell \$ou that additional charges and costs 'ill *e added if \$ou donFt
pa\$ immediatel\$. Their o*Bective is to part \$ou from \$our mone\$ and the\$
ma\$ even issue an automatic reBection of the appeal and fail to follo' the
appeals procedure 'hich the\$ are required to follo'.
(n some cases, the ;ouncil 2no'ingl\$ reBect \$our valid grounds for appeal,
hoping that \$ou 'ill give up and pa\$ them. (f \$ou continue 'ith \$our
appeal, then .JN of the time, the ;ouncil 'ill not turn up for the
adBudication and so the\$ lose automaticall\$.
)an\$ par2ing tic2ets are invalid and the appeal 'ill *e immediatel\$
successful *ecause of this. The people issuing tic2ets are instructed to
issue so man\$ each da\$ that the\$ are ver\$ rushed 'hen 'riting out each
tic2et. Each tic2et must sho':
. +our vehicle registration. (f this is 'rong, the\$ 'ill not *e a*le to
determine \$our address and so the tic2et can Bust *e ignored.
#. The ma2e of \$our vehicle. 1 cop\$ of \$our 5/ form demonstrates that the
tic2et is invalid.
%. The precise location of the alleged offence must *e sho'n on the tic2et,
that is, the house num*er outside 'hich it 'as par2ed, or some other eAact
location descri*ed. (f onl\$ a road name is given, then as2 the ;ouncil to
specif\$ eAactl\$ 'here \$our vehicle 'as supposed to have *een.
.. &ate and Time. (f these are not sho'n correctl\$, then 'rite to the ;ouncil
stating that \$our vehicle 'as not at that location at that time, and if the\$
canFt prove other'ise, then the tic2et has to *e cancelled.
/. (f there is an entr\$ descri*ing the colour of \$our vehicle and that entr\$ is
clearl\$ 'rong as the stated colour could not easil\$ *e mista2en for the
actual colour, then the tic2et is invalid.
0. (f the stated offence is not correct, then the tic2et is not valid.
H. (f the amount of the fine is incorrect, then the tic2et is invalid.
K. The traffic )anagement 1ct #JJ. requires that tic2ets 'hich have *een
placed on vehicles must state:
a. The date on 'hich the notice is served.
*. The name of the enforcement authorit\$.
c. The vehicle registration.
d. The date and time of the offence.
e. The grounds on 'hich the fine is thought to *e pa\$a*le.
f. The amount of the penalt\$ charge.
g. 1 statement that the charge must *e paid not later than the last da\$ of
the period of #K da\$s *eginning 'ith the date on 'hich the tic2et 'as
served.
h. That if the fine is paid 'ithin fourteen da\$s starting on the issue date,
that there 'ill *e a reduction of an\$ applica*le discount.
i. The manner in 'hich the charge must *e paid.
B. (f the fine is not paid 'ithin the period of g. a*ove, then a notice to the
o'ner ma\$ *e served *\$ the enforcement authorit\$ on the o'ner of the
vehicle.
(f an\$ of these are 'rong or are omitted, or if the tic2et is issued more than
siA months after the alleged offence, then the tic2et is invalid and
unenforcea*le. (nterestingl\$, the\$ 'ill not admit that the actual o'ner of
E\$ourF vehicle is the &5L1 and that \$ou are onl\$ the Cregistered 2eeperD of
that vehicle.
The eAact 'ording is critical and the tic2et *ecomes invalid if the
prescri*ed 'ording is not there. The required 'ording is:
. The date of the notice, 'hich must *e the date on 'hich it is posted and
this must *e on the main *od\$ of the tic2et as the tear>off section at the
*ottom does not form part of the actual Penalt\$ ;harge 3otice. (t has to sa\$
C&ate of 3oticeD and if it doesnFt, then it is invalid.
#. That the penalt\$ charge must *e paid not later than the last da\$ of the
period of #K da\$s *eginning 'ith the date on 'hich the penalt\$ charge
notice is served.
%. That if the penalt\$ charge is paid not later than the applica*le date, the
penalt\$ charge 'ill *e reduced *\$ the amount of an\$ applica*le discount.
.. That if after the last da\$ of the period referred to in #. a*ove, then 7i8 no
representations have *een made in accordance 'ith regulation . of the
6epresentations and 1ppeals 6egulationsO and 7ii8 the penalt\$ charge has
not *een paid, the enforcement authorit\$ ma\$ increase the penalt\$ charge
*\$ the amount of an\$ applica*le surcharge and ta2e steps to enforce
pa\$ment of the charge as so increasedO
/. The amount of the increased penalt\$ chargeO and
0. That the penalt\$ charge notice is *eing served *\$ post for one of the
follo'ing reasons:
7i8 that the penalt\$ charge notice is *eing served *\$ post on the *asis of a
record produced *\$ an approved deviceO
7ii8 that it is *eing so served, *ecause a civil enforcement officer attempted
to serve a penalt\$ charge notice *\$ affiAing it to the vehicle or giving it to
the person in charge of the vehicle *ut 'as prevented from doing so *\$
some personO or
7iii8 that it is *eing so served *ecause a civil enforcement officer had *egun
to prepare a penalt\$ charge notice for service in accordance 'ith
regulation L, *ut the vehicle 'as driven a'a\$ from the place in 'hich it 'as
stationar\$ *efore the civil enforcement officer had finished preparing the
penalt\$ charge notice or had served it in accordance 'ith regulation L
=ailure to ensure correct 'ording is printed on the P;3 means that the
tic2et does not conform to legall\$ recognised standards and so is
unenforcea*le. =or eAample, if the tic2et refers to Ca sumD rather than Ca
penalt\$D then the that is enough to invalidate the tic2et. There is more
detail on this along 'ith successful appeal cases 'hich can *e quoted and
templates for letters of appeal at '''.3o)orePar2ingTic2ets.com.
6emem*er that the ;ouncil is doing a volume *usiness here and is not
inclined to put ver\$ much effort into an\$ one tic2et if it is disputed. 1 recent
ne's item remar2ed that one ;ouncil has t'elve million pounds
outstanding in unpaid par2ing fines. 3o' that is definitel\$ a volume
*usiness > one 'hich is rigged against the motorist in man\$ different 'a\$s
and 'hich relies almost entirel\$ on the motoristFs ignorance of the eAact
details.
+ello' lines and par2ing restriction notices have to *e clearl\$ mar2ed and
in good condition for them to *e enforcea*le. (f the\$ are not and a tic2et is
issued, then photograph them to support \$our appeal.
1 vehicle ma\$ not *e clamped or to'ed a'a\$ from a Epaid forF mar2ed *a\$
during the thirt\$ minutes follo'ing the eApir\$ of the Epaid forF period.
(f all of the tic2et issuing machines in a Pa\$ and &ispla\$ area are not
'or2ing, \$ou can par2 there 'ithout pa\$ing, *ut leave a note on the vehicle
sa\$ing that all of the tic2et machines areout of order.
+ou ma\$ legall\$ stop for loading in a Pa\$ and &ispla\$ mar2ed *a\$ 'ithout
displa\$ing a tic2et.
Par2ing on Private Land
Private par2ing tic2ets are onl\$ notices issued *\$ a compan\$ sa\$ing that
the\$ intend to ta2e \$ou to court for trespassing on their land or
alternativel\$, *reaching \$our CcontractD 'ith them and the\$ are offering
\$ou the option of pa\$ing them and settling out of court.
,nl\$ the driver can *e su*Bect to an\$ charges > the o'ner is not involved in
an\$ 'a\$ nor does the driver have an\$ legal o*ligation to identif\$ the driver.
(f \$ou donFt pa\$, then the compan\$ has to ta2e the matter through the small
claims court 'here the\$ 'ill *e required to prove that the driver entered
into a contract 'ith them and then *reached that contract. There is no
criminal element involved in an\$ of this.
(f \$ou 'ere not the driver and receive a reminder through the post, Bust
inform them that \$ou do not 2no' 'ho the driver 'as at that time and tell
them never to contact \$ou again. (f \$ou 'ere the driver, then as2 them to
provide proof of 'ho the driver 'as at that time. (f the\$ ma2e a claim, then
the\$ have to prove 'ho the driver 'as and \$ou do not need to prove that
\$ou 'ere not the driver. )uch more detail is availa*le in an e9oo2 from the
'''.3o)orePar2ingTic2ets.com 'e* site.
;onsent 1ll men are *orn equal and so no*od\$ has the right
to command \$ou, ma2e demands of \$ou or force \$ou to do
an\$thing. The most that an\$one can do is to ma2e \$ou an offer.
Even though the\$ ma\$ sa\$ that it is an ",rder" or a "&emand" or a
"4ummons", it is in realit\$, an offer 'hich \$ou are free to accept,
or not accept, as \$ou choose. This is 'h\$ the\$ 2eep using
"1pplications", "6egistrations" and "4u*missions" as those
things give them po'er over \$ou through \$our 7un'itting8 consent.
The\$ are hoping that \$ou 'ill *rea2 the la' *\$ the 'a\$ that \$ou
deal 'ith their offer. (f \$ou Bust ignore the offer, \$ou are stepping
into 'hat is called "dishonour" so the onl\$ effective 'a\$ of dealing
'ith the offer is 'conditional acceptance' as alread\$ mentioned. (f
\$ou accept their offer 'ithout imposing an\$ conditions, then \$ou
are accepting that the\$ have the po'er to order \$ou around, and
that places \$ou under their authorit\$, *ecause \$ou have Bust
chosen to accept their offer 7even though \$ou ma\$ not understand
that \$ou are accepting their offer for them to have authorit\$ over
\$ou8.
The\$ are also ver\$ 2een to get \$ou arguing 'ith them as that also
places \$ou in "dishonour" and if there is a court case, the Budge
Bust loo2s to see 'ho is in dishonour. 6emem*er, in civil cases
the court is a commercial operation 'here the Budge doesn't care
'ho is right or 'rong, Bust 'ho 'ill pa\$ the court. 4o, 'e accept
all offers *ut 'ith our conditions attached to each offer and that
prevents them ta2ing us to court > remem*er, courts onl\$ deal 'ith
disputes and if \$ou accept 7conditionall\$8 each offer, there can't *e
an\$ dispute and so there can't *e an\$ 2ind of court involvement.
4ome offers are "3otices" and a 3otice has to *e clear, concise
and unequivocal. +ou can discharge a 3otice *\$ see2ing
clarification, that is *\$ 'riting *ac2, as2ing the meaning of a 'ord,
stating that \$ou don't understand the 'ord. The\$ 'ere hoping
that \$ou 'ould Bust ignore the 3otice and so go into dishonour and
*ecome lia*le.
1 Par2ing Tic2et is a "3otice", and please *e a'are that
a Par2ing Tic2et is not a *ill, *ut instead it is a 3otice
telling \$ou that there is something to 'hich \$ou should
pa\$ attention. 4o \$ou 'rite *ac2 sa\$ing that \$ou have
noticed their 3otice and that as the\$ appear to thin2
that \$ou o'e them mone\$, \$ou are happ\$ to pa\$, *ut
first \$ou need some verification *efore pa\$ment is
made. "=irst, there is a need to verif\$ the de*t, so
please send me a *ill 'ith a signature on it. 1lso, (
need to see the la'ful, t'o>part\$ contract supporting that *ill". 1s
the\$ can't suppl\$ either of those things, it 2ills the claim stone
dead, so Bust 2eep insisting that the\$ either suppl\$ those things or
else stop *othering \$ou.
1n interesting alternative is that if the\$ send \$ou a final notice
mar2ed "6emittance", then that piece of paper actuall\$ has the
value of the mone\$ amount 'ritten on it. The reall\$ sill\$ thing is
that \$ou have the option to 'rite "1ccepted for value" on that
piece of paper, sign it 'ith \$our name and post it *ac2 to them,
and technicall\$, that concludes the matter *\$ pa\$ing the amount
'orld"" 1ctuall\$, the pa\$ment comes out of the vast amount of
mone\$ 'hich \$our stra'man has accumulated over the \$ears, and
\$our signing the document as "1ccepted for value", authorises
them to ta2e the pa\$ment from \$our stra'man account and that
suits them as 'ell as suiting \$ou. There is a 'e* site for chec2ing
ho' much \$ou stra'man is 'orth > see this video 'here the
presenter discovers that his stra'man has P##.,..J,JJJ as it's
current *alance and the 'e* site also states 'ho is currentl\$
managing the stra'man account for him. +our 'riting "1ccepted
for 5alue" means that \$ou are authorising them to ta2e the amount
the\$ 'ant out of the stra'man account 'hich has such a large
amount in it that the *alance 'ill hardl\$ *e affected at all.
4ociet\$ !e come no' to the ver\$ difficult su*Bect of 9ritish
societ\$. ( certainl\$ don't 2no' all the ans'ers in this area. 1
societ\$ is a group of people 'ho 'illingl\$ Boin together and a*ide
*\$ a set of rules decided on *\$ the mem*ers of that societ\$.
Loosel\$ spea2ing, the s\$stem 'hich has *een set up *\$ the
commercial companies 'ho have control of 9ritain, is a societ\$. (t
is one 'hich has good features as 'ell as *ad features. ;ommon
sense sa\$s that there is an advantage for an\$ large num*er of
people to organise themselves together and have s2illed
specialists provide paid services for the other mem*ers of that
societ\$.
=or eAample, having a communal collection to ena*le roads, 'ater
supplies, se'erage and the li2e, certainl\$ ma2es sense. The
3ational Health 4ervice also loo2s li2e a good idea as does having
a state pension and *enefits for those 'ho are unfortunate enough
to *ecome ill or 'ho are una*le to find 'or2. Ho'ever,
those things have *een su*verted *\$ those in charge, and
manoeuvred into a state 'here these things serve their
ends rather than the needs of the general population. The
collection of ;ouncil TaA is essentiall\$ a protection rac2et 'here
people are told that the\$ must pa\$ or else force 'ill *e used
against them.
!hile a countr\$>'ide medical service sounds li2e a good thing, it
has *een reported that the price of some of the medicines supplied
to the 3ational Health 4ervice no' cost literall\$ ten times 'hat
the\$ did t'o \$ears ago. This loo2s ver\$ much as if the people in
control of that service are using it to ma2e massive profits on
pharmaceuticals, and pro*a*l\$ man\$ other services such as
par2ing 'here millions per \$ear are made from people 'ho have
no option *ut to par2 in the hospital grounds. 4o, 'hat loo2s li2e
a sensi*le arrangement, appears to have *een converted to
something different. Perhaps this is an undul\$
c\$nical vie', *ut it is certainl\$ in line 'ith man\$ of
the other scams 'hich are *eing run.
(ncome TaA 'as introduced as a temporar\$ measure
in connection 'ith a 'ar 7and 'ho organises 'ars"8.
(t has never *een removed and \$et the countr\$ did
not seem to have an\$ maBor pro*lems 'hen there
'as no (ncome TaA. The emplo\$ees of the commercial compan\$
'hich runs the countr\$ > those people 'ho ta2e the title of )em*er
of Parliament or some similar meaningless title, spend a lot of time
thin2ing up "ne' legislation" 'hich if it can *e introduced 'ithout
too man\$ people noticing it, 'ill *ecome a "statute". ( suggest
that the main intention of all legislation is to provide a smo2e>
screen to hide additional charges 'hich mem*ers of the pu*lic are
required to pa\$. 1n argument can *e that "\$ou elected" those
politicians, so \$ou must a*ide *\$ 'hatever the\$ dictate. This
carefull\$ avoids mention of the fact that those politicians have
actuall\$ nothing 'hatsoever to do 'ith the pu*lic, other than to
give the appearance that the pu*lic has some sa\$ in 'hat
happens, 'hile the realit\$ is that ever\$thing that does happen is
dictated *\$ the 7non>elected8 o'ners of the companies in charge.
The pa\$ment of *enefits to those in need loo2s li2e a ver\$ good
and necessar\$ thing, *ut the people in charge see it as an
admission that the adult is not capa*le of ta2ing care of himself
and so the\$ literall\$ thin2 of these ordinar\$ people as "cattle" 7their
'ord, not mine8. !hat the\$ ignore is the fact that their man\$,
man\$ direct and indirect taAes and charges, along 'ith the lo'
level of pa\$ 'hich the\$ rec2on that people can *e made to 'or2
for, are the things 'hich have man\$ ordinar\$, hard>'or2ing people
in the ver\$ poor financial positions 'hich the\$ despise. The\$ are
'illing to cheat, steal and lie 'hile the ordinar\$ person is not
comforta*le doing those things. 4o, 'hat should *e a good and
helpful s\$stem, has *een changed into an oppressive thing 'hich
is used to force people into dependenc\$.
!hile a certain level of pu*lic contri*ution for 'hat are thought of
as *eing essential services, is understanda*le and a desira*le
thing, that s\$stem has *een t'isted into a mechanism to enslave
and defraud ordinar\$ people. (t has long since reached a
ridiculous level 'ith the average person *eing eApected to pa\$
(ncome TaA, ;ouncil TaA, (nheritance TaA, 3ational
(nsurance, ;apital :ains TaA, 4tamp &ut\$ on house
purchases, 5alue 1dded TaA, Par2ing charges, 1irport
charges, =uel TaA, 6oad TaA, (mport &ut\$, TaA on alcohol,
TaA on to*acco, pa\$ments for a driving licence, passport,
T5 licence ... the list goes on and on and on and additional
items are added all the time.
People 'ho have *een caught in this s\$stem for man\$
\$ears 'ill have alread\$ paid so much that the\$ 'ill not 'ant to
leave the s\$stem and lose the pension for 'hich the\$ have *een
pa\$ing for so long. ,thers ma\$ 'ell consider starting to refuse to
pa\$ some of the things demanded of the stra'man > things such
as ;ouncil TaA, T5 licence and the li2e. This is a personal choice
and one 'hich should *e though a*out carefull\$ *efore an\$ action
is ta2en.
Please note that this 'e* site does not provide \$ou 'ith legal
(f \$ou 'ant legal advice, then consult a la'\$er.
The 1rmed 4ervices The commercial compan\$ 'hich has
chosen the name "The <nited -ingdom of :reat 9ritain and
3orthern (reland", has a large num*er of people emplo\$ed in 'hat
it calls 'the 9ritish 1rmed =orces'. )ost countries have a similar
arrangement. (f \$ou 'ere as2ed "'hat is the purpose of these
armed and trained people"" 'hat 'ould \$our repl\$ *e"
(t ma\$ surprise \$ou to 2no' that the people 'ho emplo\$ them 'ant
them to protect them 7the emplo\$ers8 from their enemies. 3ot too
startling an idea \$ou sa\$. +es, as \$ou sa\$, not too startling a
revelation, *ut 'hat ma\$ surprise \$ou to discover is that the
enem\$ is quite openl\$ stated to *e \$ou? 9ecause the\$ are so
heavil\$ outnum*ered, the\$ are actuall\$ frightened of \$ou and feel
that the\$ need armed *od\$guards to 2eep them safe from the
anger of ordinar\$ people, in case the\$ ever\$ find out ho' the\$ are
*eing manipulated and ro**ed. (n passing, the\$ consider
an\$*od\$ 'ho as2s permission to do something 'hich the\$ are
alread\$ entitled to do under ;ommon La', to *e a CchildD and so,
of no consequence.
Let's chec2 out a possi*le scenario. +ou ta2e some \$oung people
to a )c&onalds restaurant and order several meals. !hen the
food has *een prepared, the manager sa\$s, "( 'ill do a deal 'ith
\$ou: \$ou can have \$our meals free if \$ou Bust ta2e this loaded
revolver and go over to that corner ta*le and shoot that man dead >
there 'ill *e no come*ac2 as ( am authorising \$ou to do it".
Having *lin2ed a fe' times, \$ou as2 'h\$ \$ou should shoot him
dead 'hen he has never done an\$thing to \$ou. The manager then
sa\$s, "he has never done an\$thing to me either, *ut he has a lot of
mone\$ in his 'allet and ( 'ant to steal it, so Bust go and shoot him
dead, it's o2 to do that *ecause ( am telling \$ou to do it".
4ound a *it mad" !ell, it should do as murder is a criminal
offence under ;ommon La', and some*od\$ telling \$ou to do it
and it is o2 *ecause the\$ sa\$ so, is quite ridiculous. 3o*od\$ has
the authorit\$ to tell \$ou to murder some*od\$ > remem*er, all of us
'ere *orn 'ith eAactl\$ the same rights and privileges, and no*od\$
has authorit\$ over an\$one else, and most definitel\$ not to *e a*le
to authorise murder.
The o'ners of the commercial compan\$ 'hich amusingl\$ is
thought of as "the government" are in the same position as the
manager of that commercial compan\$, )c&onalds and the\$ have
the same lac2 of authorit\$ to *reach
;ommon La' and send their armed
emplo\$ees into another countr\$ to 2ill the
people there > people 'ho have done them
no harm and 'hom the\$ 'ant to ro*. 1ll
'ars and recessions are deli*eratel\$
manoeuvred *\$ the people 'ho gain financiall\$ from them. &id
\$ou ever 'onder 'h\$ vast sums of 'pu*lic' mone\$ are spent ever\$
\$ear on arms" !ho o'ns the companies 'hich ma2e the profits
on selling these arms" !ho gets the profits on re*uilding the
places damaged or destro\$ed *\$ "\$our" ver\$ o'n arm\$" !ho
ma2es a profit on 'lending' vast sums of imaginar\$ mone\$ to the
countr\$ 'hich has *een devastated *\$ their unprovo2ed actions,
creating an imaginar\$ de*t 'hich can never *e repaid"
4ince !orld !ar T'o, more than four million people have died as
a result of commercial companies interfering in other countries,
and ever\$ one of those deaths 'as a criminal offence under
;ommon La'. These companies *elieve that the\$ and their
emplo\$ees are a*ove the la' and so the\$ do 'hatever the\$ 'ant.
=rom time to time, these companies demand that people are,
'ithout their consent, conscripted into their armed forces. &o
\$ou ever remem*er *eing as2ed if \$ou 'ould consent to such
press>gang operations" (f \$ou 'ere as2ed > did \$ou sa\$ "+es""
1nd if \$ou did, does it ma2e it la'ful to force the people 'ho said
"3o"" &o \$ou ever get the impression that things are done 'hich
*reach *oth \$our personal rights and the demands of ;ommon
La'"
3ot onl\$ does invading other countries and murdering the people
there destro\$ them, *ut it also has a maBor negative impact on the
people 'ho Boined the armed forces, not *eing a'are that their
7commercial8 emplo\$ers are the terrorists of this 'orld. Tr\$
'atching this short video to see the impact that it has on ordinar\$,
decent people. &o \$ou feel that this is a little far>fetched" !ell, it
'as reported on <- national T5 ne's on 0th 4eptem*er #JJ that
eA>1rm\$ ;hief, :eneral 4ir 6ichard &annatt claimed that "vested
interests" rather than national securit\$ had decided militar\$
spending on the 'ars in (raq and 1fghanistan. 1ll maBor 'ars are
carried out for commercial reasons although that fact 'ill never,
4ummar\$ 9efore \$ou 'ere *orn, the *an2ers operated a scam
intended to ro* all mem*ers of the general pu*lic. The\$ removed
all forms of mone\$ and replaced it 'ith 'orthless notes 'hich read
"( promise to pa\$ the *earer ..." 'ith another 'orthless *an2 note.
The\$ then managed to do a'a\$ 'ith the government and replace it
'ith a group of commercial companies 'hich the\$ o'n. The\$
cunningl\$ named these companies so that the\$ loo2 li2e a
government. The\$ too2 over the printing of the 'orthless *an2
notes 'ith their private compan\$ called "The 9an2 of England"
'hich is meant to sound li2e a government organisation 7although
it most definitel\$ isn't8.
The neAt step in their cunning plan, 'as to get their compan\$
'hich sounds li2e the government, to as2 their other compan\$
"The 9an2 of England" to print them lots of 7'orthless8 mone\$ and
to charge interest on that mone\$, over and a*ove the face "value"
of the currenc\$. This eAcess interest amount is called the
"3ational &e*t" in order to fool ordinar\$ people into *elieving that
their countr\$ someho' o'es some*od\$ large amounts of mone\$.
=irstl\$, there is reall\$ nothing o'ed at all. 4econdl\$, there (4 no
mone\$. Thirdl\$, the countr\$ does not o'e an\$thing, and in the
unli2el\$ event that there 'ere a genuine de*t, then it has nothing
to do 'ith ordinar\$ people as it is Bust a notional de*t incurred *\$
one commercial compan\$ to another commercial compan\$ 7o'ned
*\$ the same people8. This supposed de*t has *een *oosted over
the \$ears to a ridiculous level 'hich could never, ever *e paid off,
and \$ou 'ill no dou*t *e glad to learn that all income taA is no'
paid to the o'ners of these commercial companies. (sn't it great
to *e pa\$ing vast sums of mone\$ to a commercial compan\$ 'hich
has never done an\$thing for \$ou and 'hich holds \$ou in utter
contempt *ecause \$ou haven't discovered their scam and
continue to pa\$ lots of ridiculous taAes, fees and charges, none of
'hich \$ou need to pa\$ at all. ;om*ined, these charges amount to
a*out KJN of a person's earned income > do \$ou enBo\$ living on
one fifth of 'hat \$ou actuall\$ earn"
To strengthen their scam, the\$ have invented a language of lies
called "legal terminolog\$" or "Legalese" 'here the\$ have changed
the meanings of ordinar\$ English 'ords in order to a*use and ro*
ordinar\$ mem*ers of the pu*lic. The\$ have set up a compan\$
called "The La' 4ociet\$" to train up unscrupulous people in their
methods of lies and deception. Their commercial compan\$ 'hich
pretends to *e the government, 2eeps inventing ne' "statutes"
'hich the\$ pretend are la's 7'hich the\$ most definitel\$ are not8
and the\$ 2eep telling ever\$*od\$ that the\$ "must o*e\$ these la's",
and the\$ have su*verted policeman and police'omen and
convinced them that the\$ have to enforce these statutes. The
primar\$ aim of these statutes is to ta2e *an2notes, goods and
propert\$ from mem*ers of the pu*lic 'ho have not \$et discovered
that it is a scam *eing run against them. )an\$ police officers are
pro*a*l\$ themselves ignorant of the fact that statutes are purel\$
optional and no human is actuall\$ *ound *\$ them.
!hat \$ou decide to do is entirel\$ up to \$ourself. +ou can
continue to give a'a\$ most of \$our income to fund people 'ho
'ant to harm \$ou, or \$ou can decide to step outside this corrupt
s\$stem, and stop pa\$ing these people. 1ll humans are *orn
equal, so there is no*od\$ 'ho has the right to order \$ou around,
unless \$ou agree to give them that right. The choice is \$ours.
An Overview of the Historical Con Job
(f this has all *een a lot of ne' information for \$ou, then it might *e useful
to have a Ethum*nailF s2etch of the outrageous confidence tric2 'hich is
*eing pla\$ed on \$ou. 4o, here it is for \$our local area, and the same
situation is found in almost ever\$ other area as 'ell.
(t all started *efore most people 'ere *orn. (t started 'ith t'o *rothers
deciding to run a scam 'hich 'ould ma2e them the richest people in the
'orld and rig things so that ever\$*od\$ else 'or2ed for them 'ithout *eing
a'are of that fact. Even though the\$ are literall\$ *rothers, in order to
distinguish *et'een them 'e 'ill call them )r :overnment and )r 9an2er
*ecause that is 'hat the\$ needed to *ecome in order to run this scam.
)r :overnment set up a ver\$ clever s\$stem of interloc2ing commercial
companies, choosing names for them 'hich made them loo2 li2e official
government *odies, 'hile in realit\$, the\$ are Bust ordinar\$ companies li2e
an\$ high>street shop. (n order to strengthen the illusion, )r :overnment
hires people to 'or2 for him and gives them names li2e C)inisterD or
C)em*er of ParliamentD or some other meaningless 'or2ing title. He
emplo\$s most of them to sit around and argue 'ith each other, and from
time to time, he s'aps them around *\$ as2ing mem*ers of the pu*lic to
vote for 'ho 'ill *e his emplo\$ees for the neAt fe' \$ears.
This is actuall\$ ver\$ clever, *ecause it ma2es mem*ers of the pu*lic
*elieve that their voting ma2es a difference, 'hile )r :overnment 2no's
that it doesnFt as he sets compan\$ polic\$, and he ma2es all of the
decisions, and he reall\$ couldnFt care less 'ho happen to *e his
emplo\$ees at an\$ given moment.
)ean'hile, his *rother )r 9an2er has set up t'o commercial companies of
his o'n. ,ne he calls CThe 9an2 of EnglandD or some other suita*le name
for his particular location 7and \$es, there are actuall\$ more than t'o
*rothers in this famil\$8. The other compan\$, he calls CThe )intD. He o'ns
*oth and so decides eAactl\$ 'hat each 'ill do.
The action starts and )r :overnment needs mone\$ 'ith 'hich to pa\$ his
emplo\$ees, so he as2s his *rother )r 9an2er to provide some. This is
'here the fun part starts. ,ur trust\$ )r 9an2er CinventsD the mone\$ and
pretends that he has plent\$ although he actuall\$ has none at all. He
ClendsD a large amount, sa\$, I,JJJ,JJJ to his *rother )r :overnment. This
costs him nothing as it doesnFt eAist, and it is Bust the first step in the
scam.
His *rother )r :overnment no' sa\$s that he has a C3ational &e*tD of
I,#JJ,JJJ 'hich 'ill increase *\$ #JN 7one fifth8 ever\$ \$ear if it is not paid
off completel\$. His cunning plan of calling it a C3ational &e*tD ma2es
people thin2 that Etheir countr\$F o'es some*od\$ something. The realit\$ is
that no*od\$ o'es an\$*od\$ an\$thing. :ood, isnFt it" 5er\$ clever ? !ithout
using an\$thing of an\$ value, the *rothers have persuaded people that 7a8
the\$ have a government 7'hich the\$ donFt8 and 7*8 that their countr\$ has
*orro'ed mone\$ for essential services and so their countr\$ is in de*t to
some 2indl\$ lender 7'hich it isnFt8. 5er\$ slic2 Q these *rothers arenFt stupid
?
3eAt, )r :overnment Cpa\$sD mem*ers of his staff 'ith pieces of paper
called EchequesF and he sends them to his *rother )r 9an2er, to get those
pieces of paper eAchanged for Emone\$F. 9ut, )r 9an2er does not have an\$
mone\$, so instead, he gets his compan\$ CThe )intD to print other pieces of
paper called Ecurrenc\$F and he gives these out in eAchange for his
*rotherFs cheques, s'apping pieces of paper for other pieces of paper.
!hat is the value of these pieces of paper" The cost of the paper, in2 and
printing.
1t this point, 'hat have the *rothers gained" !ell, the\$
have got a large num*er of people 'or2ing for them,
doing 'hatever the\$ sa\$, and it is costing them nothing.
9ut, that is Bust the first step. 3o', )r :overnment ta2es *ac2 KJN of 'hat
he EpaidF to his emplo\$ees in the form of taAation. 1fter all, the countr\$ is in
de*t and so )r :overnment has to ta2e mone\$ from ever\$*od\$ in order to
repa\$ the countr\$Fs de*t Q hasnFt he" !h\$ does ever\$*od\$ have to pa\$"
9ecause his emplo\$ees sa\$ so. The\$ invent CstatutesD and all 2inds of
charges designed to move mone\$ from ordinar\$ people into the poc2ets of
)r :overnment, 'ho promptl\$ pa\$s most of it to his *rother )r 9an2er as
the repa\$ment of *orro'ing 7nothing8 and interest on the amount
*orro'ed.
!here does the taA mone\$ paid *\$ ordinar\$ people come from" (t is given
to them to compensate them for the time and effort 'hich the\$ put in 'hen
'or2ing. This is real mone\$, *ac2ed *\$ the goods and services provided
*\$ the people 'ho do the 'or2. This is something of real value, and \$et
KJN of those valua*le assets are ta2en from them *\$ )r :overnment. !h\$
do people let this happen" 9ecause the\$ thin2 that the\$ have no choice
and 'ill *e put in prison if the\$ donFt. !hat the\$ do not understand is that
pa\$ing taA is optional and the\$ donFt have to if the\$ donFt 'ant to.
)r 9an2er is doing ver\$ 'ell out of this. His *rother is pa\$ing him lots of
real mone\$ in eAchange for the fa2e mone\$ 'hich he invented. 4o, he
decides to eApand his *usiness and do eAactl\$ the same thing to as man\$
people as he can.
He offers to lend people mone\$ 7'hich he 'ill EinventF and conBure up out
of nothing8 in order to allo' them to *u\$ 'hatever the\$ 'ant. !e 'ill s2ip
the stra'man here and Bust focus on the actual transaction offered *\$ )r
9an2er.
1 house purchaser comes to )r 9an2er, loo2ing for a loan of IJJ,JJJ.
This is a deal on 'hich )r 9an2er canFt lose no matter 'hat happens, so he
'ill approve the deal unless he has some ver\$, ver\$ good reason for not
doing so. 1fter all, itFs not going to cost him an\$thing and he 'ill *e paid
'ith real mone\$ gained through real 'or2 done *\$ real people. The deal is
for HN interest per \$ear for #/ \$ears. (f the deal runs for the full #/ \$ears,
then the *orro'er ma\$ 'ell pa\$ *ac2 as much as I.%%,//H according to a
professional mortgage calculator result. That is, \$ou pa\$ *ac2 four times
'hat \$ou *orro'ed, even though 'hat \$ou 'ere given 'as fa2e mone\$ and
'hat \$ou pa\$ *ac2 is real 'or2>*ac2ed mone\$.
9ut, as )r :overnment ta2es KJN of 'hat \$ou earn *efore \$ou get to pa\$
the mortgage, \$ou need to earn I#,0H,HK/ in that #/ \$ear period as )r
:overnment 'ill ta2e I,H%.,##K of it a'a\$ from \$ou in direct and hidden
taAes. 1nd to add insult to inBur\$, )r :overnment 'ill give a large chun2 of
that I,H%.,##K and give it to his *rother )r 9an2er in supposed pa\$ment
of the 7fa2e8 C3ational &e*tD. 4o, the house purchaser pa\$s several times
the *orro'ed amount, using his real mone\$.
(t gets 'orse. )r 9an2er and )r :overnment ma2e sure that not enough
currenc\$ is issued for people to *e ph\$sicall\$ capa*le of pa\$ing the
interest on their loans as there Bust isnFt enough currenc\$ in the entire
econom\$ for that to *e possi*le. This is another cunning plo\$. The people
'ho earn most 'ill not have a pro*lem, *ut most people 'ill have great
difficult\$ and 'ill have ver\$ little left after pa\$ing their mortgage. The
slightest financial pro*lem, such as losing a Bo*, can put the average
person in a position 'here the\$ canFt pa\$ the amount demanded. !hen
that happens, and it H14 to happen in a su*stantial num*er of cases, then
)r 9an2er tries to ta2e the propert\$, using some of his *rotherFs CstatutesD
7'hich are 3,T la'8 to Bustif\$ his theft. He ma\$ even manage to send in
*ailiffs ahead of seizing the propert\$, and seize man\$ of the house
purchaserFs personal possessions as 'ell.
!hat the house purchaser needs to remem*er is that the original CloanD
'as fa2e and that )r 9an2er never put up an\$thing of value, the purchaser
'as never told the real amount 'hich he 'ould have to repa\$, a genuine
contract 'as never dra'n up, and in realit\$, it is not the human *orro'er
'hich is *eing as2ed for the repa\$ment.
!ant to 2no' 'hat )r 9an2er thin2s of an\$ *orro'er"
Lin2s for further information:
(t's an (llusion video lecture *\$ Gohn Harris
:et ,ut of &e*t =ree sample letters for dealing 'ith 'de*t' issues
5eronica ;hapman 5eronica ;hapman's *oo2 'hich is pac2ed 'ith
essential <- information
The 9ritish ;onstitution :roup seven video lectures
TP<;.co.u2 Gohn Harris' 'e*site 'The People's <nited ;ommunit\$'
6a\$mond 4t;lair 'e* site 'ith interesting videos
=reeman ,n The Land 'e* site 'ith a large amount of specific information
'Thin2 =ree' Part a top video presentation *\$ 6o*ert>1rthur )enard of
'Thin2 =ree' Part #
)ar\$ ;roft's e9oo2 "Ho' ( ;lo**ered Ever\$ 9ureaucratic ;ash>
;onfiscator\$ 1genc\$ -no'n To )an"
Educate>\$ourself.org 'e* site 'ith video presentations
Panacea>*ocaf.org 1ustralian 'e* site 'ith 'ide>ranging lin2s
'HiBac2ing Humanit\$' a great video presentation *\$ Paul 5erge of ;anada
)ar\$ ;roft part video intervie' a*out her learning eAperiences
)ar\$ ;roft part #
)ar\$ ;roft part %
)ar\$ ;roft part .
)ar\$ ;roft part /
)ar\$ ;roft part 0
1udio intervie' .% )* do'nload file of an audio intervie'
)ichael 9adnari2 eAplanation of the 1merican ;onstitution
;ommerce :ame EAposed the present situation eAplained 'ith emphasis
on 1merica
TaA=reedom dealing 'ith <4 taAes
)one\$ 1s &e*t video on ho' 71merican8 *an2s create mone\$ out of
nothing
The )one\$ )asters a 5E6+ long factual video eAplaining ho' 'e got
'here 'e are toda\$
!orld control video eAplaining in depth, ho' and 'h\$ 'e have the present
situation
The 1pplication of ;ommercial La' the ins and outs of the s\$stems of la'
The Historical 9ac2ground of the Lies ho' things developed in England
and 1merica
The =uture in <41 1udio list of 'hat 'ill happen in <41 in #J.
Testing the Application of the Law
In order to test the reactions of the Local Authority and to see if the law of
the land is actually being uheld at this ti!e" a discussion was entered
into# The details of this and the extensive corresondence which resulted
can be seen here#
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