by Anna Von Reitz
Anna says all contracts created by men are bull. It's all hokum and fraud. We aren't competent to guarantee what we will be doing at ten o'clock tomorrow morning, much less thirty years from now when we are supposed to pay off a mortgage. That is the fact of the matter. And that means that nothing we promise to do has any binding force or true validity. It doesn't matter what language you use, or if it is grammatically correct or not. People have no control of their circumstance or life-span or any of the many, many contributing factors that go into whether or not a contract----even a contract made in "good faith"---can or will be kept.
Ever tried to enforce a contract against someone truly down on their luck? Do the words "blood out of a turnip" have meaning for you?
Therefore, all contracts made by men and even by our institutions--- governments, corporations, etc.,----are rendered ridiculous and void the moment they are signed. If that is not obvious to everyone on this planet by now, it surely should be. All that a contract can be and all that it can represent is a "good faith intention". That's why a "loan" is not the same thing as a "debt" and why the moral obligation to keep your promises, if at all possible, matters.