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The Minute We Accept An Offer We "Own" It...

And We Control It
Think of the whole transaction in relation to a dead battery. The
battery represents your public PERSON (JOHN DOE/U.S. CITIZEN), which is
a dead entity that can function within the public maze of fiction,
transmitting benefits from the public to us in our private capacity, IF
it is charged up. We cannot go into the public arena because we are NOT
a fiction. JOHN DOE has no power until it is charged with some energy.
That energy comes from an IRS default notice, court judgment, credit
card bill, utility bill, traffic ticket, or some other instrument that
has a dollar amount and JOHN DOE's name on it as the presumed debtor.
The bill is the energy. It charges up the dead JOHN DOE. You can
now discharge JOHN DOE and put its accrual account with the charging
party back to a zero balance. You as secured party over the assets put
up as security by JOHN DOE (debtor) to you as collateral for the debt
JOHN owes YOU, can discharge JOHN with a negotiable instrument for the
same dollar amount as the charging instrument. The charging party that
receives your noncash item can: 1) process it through a United states
department; 2) give it to a third party; or 3) keep it to increase its
The minute we accept an offer we "own" it... and we control it, the
'negotiation' phase of the contract is over. - all that remains is
the 'consideration'. We've had our meeting of the minds.
(Remember: 'agree with the adversary quickly ...' When we accept an
offer for value we have basically acknowledged the fact that there is
no possible way to literally "pay" for that offer in the public sector
due to the constant state of 'reorganisation' of the UNITED STATES
under the bankruptcy laws and the fact there is no actual "money" in
general circulation.
Therefore, we accept the offer for value by signing as signatory on
their paperwork. This action is consistent with "Public policy" and
the 'discharge' of pubic debt. Remember: We (the American people) are
the Creditors in this bankruptcy! The corporate UNITED STATES is the
debtor. Today, on the Public side, all obligations are, in fact, U.S.
obligations (debts).
SIGNATORY defined: A term used in diplomacy to indicate a nation which
is a party to a treaty. In general, a person who signs a document
personally or through his agent and who becomes a party thereto.
Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1381)
OFFER defined: v. To bring to or before; to present for acceptance or
rejection; to hold out or proffer; to make a proposal to; to exhibit
something that may be taken or received or not. To attempt or endeavor;
to make an effort to effect some object, as, to offer to bribe; in this
sense used principally in criminal law. In trial practice, to "offer"
evidence is to state its nature and purport, or to recite what is
expected to be proved by a given witness or document, and demand its
admission. See Offer of proof. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition
(page 1081)
OFFER defined: n. A proposal to do a thing or pay an amount, usually
accompanied by an expected acceptance, counter-offer, return promise or
act. A manifestation of willingness to enter into a bargain, so made as
to justify another person in understanding that his assent to that
bargain is invited and will conclude it. Restatement, Second,
Contracts, 24. A promise; a commitment to do or refrain from doing
some specified thing in the future. An act on the part of one person
whereby that person gives to another the legal power of creating the
obligation called contract. McCarty v. Verson Allsteel Press Co., 44
Ul.Dec. 570, 576, 89 Ill.App.3d 498, 411 N.E.2d 936, 942. The offer
creates a power of acceptance permitting the offeree by accepting the
offer to transform the offeror's promise into a contractual obligation.
See also Offer and acceptance. An attempt; endeavor. With respect to
securities, the price at which a person is ready to sell. Opposed to
bid, the price at which one is ready to buy. See also Offering. See
also Bid; Counteroffer; Firm offer; Issue; Offer and acceptance; Offer
of proof; Promise; Proposal; Tender; Utter. Blacks Law Dictionary
Sixth Edition (page 1081)
IRREVOCABLE OFFER defined: One, which may not be withdrawn after it has
been communicated without the consent of the offeree. Blacks Law
Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 1081)
ACCEPT defined: To receive with approval or satisfaction; to receive
with intent to retain. Morris v. State, 102 Ark. 513, 145 S.W. 213,
214. Admit and agree to; accede to or consent to; receive with
approval; adopt; agree to. Rocha v. Hulen, 6 Cal.App.2d 245, 44 P.2d
478, 482, 483. Means something more than to receive, meaning to adopt,
to agree to carry out provisions, to keep and retain. In the capacity
of drawee of a bill, means to recognize the draft, and engage to pay it
when due. See Acceptance. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 13)
ACCEPTANCE defined: The taking and receiving of anything in good part,
and as it were a tacit agreement to a preceding act, which might have
been defeated or avoided if such acceptance had not been made. The act
of a person to whom a thing is offered or tendered by another, whereby
he receives the thing with the intention of retaining it, such
intention being evidenced by a sufficient act. Aetna Inv. Corporation
v. Chandler Land scape & Floral Co., 227 Mo.App. 17, 50 S.W.2d 195,
197. Blacks Law Dictionary Sixth Edition (page 13)