By Anna Von Reitz
Thank you, Andrew, for sharing this oldie but goodie with me. I had seen it and read it and enjoyed it years ago, but lost track of it in the intervening melee and it was a real pleasure to see again, because it explains the whole basic fraud scheme and situation so simply, logically, and plainly.
I am just going to add that the alternative to claiming duress is to use the alternative "address in care of".
Instead of sending the mail directly to you, the sender sends it to you "in care of" your address, which is a separate entity.
This "address" that has been "given" to you, is another federal corporation plot to wring money out of and assert power over you, but by sending mail "in care of" their address and to your attention neatly pits one plot against another. Your mail doesn't get delayed, but you stay clean and out of the federal picture.
[I have pointed out before that they never actually foreclose against your physical property, but against a copyrighted (theirs) property description, such as Lot 15, Block A, Lemon Lane Subdivision, or 4567 Merry Street.
So if you own your property outright and enter a new metes and bounds description and change the address to something of your own choosing and under your own copyright, they are right and truly two-blocked. For the purposes of mail, getting a Post Office Box serves the same purpose. They own the box and they are welcome to it, but so long as you are a box holder and the mail is sent "in care of" the box, they have no claim against you and no proof that you ever consented to live in their copyrighted zip code "area".]
Here you go, Andrew--- proud to share this one from another wonderful, observant, sharp-as-a-tack American--- I give you all a wonderful lesson on freedom and government corruption by John E. Trumane:
c/o general delivery San Rafael, California Postal Zone 94901/tdc August 16, 1982 Counter Clerk Mill Valley Post Office 751 E. Blithedale Mill Valley, California Republic Postal Zone 94941-9998/tdc Dear Counter Clerk: Thank you for your interest in our research. Yesterday, you may recall that you asked me about my use of the letters "/tdc" after ZIP codes. I am sorry that the Post Office was too busy for us to discuss it on the spot. I want you to know that I have noticed the cheerful efficiency with which you serve the public at your counter, and do so with remarkable consistency. So, it is with great pleasure that I am now able to return the favor of your kindness and consideration. The problem which I am about to describe to you has its roots in old Europe, where many generations of banking families made a lucrative discovery centuries ago. They found that banks could profit more by loaning huge sums to governments, than by making lots of small loans to individuals like you and me. Governments, of course, are in a unique position to borrow huge sums, and they have the police power to extract repayment from their people. In 1913, our Congress got in bed with these same European banking families and passed legislation which created a private credit monopoly known as the Federal Reserve System. This system is no more federal than Federal Express. Moreover, there is no "Reserve". These banks are privileged to loan money which they don't have, through a special privilege known as "fractional reserve banking". What really happened was that Congress extended to this monopoly the privilege of counterfeiting money. Congress benefits from this monopoly by borrowing huge sums from it every year. You see, for decades now, Congress has been spending much more money than it collects from taxation. It "balances" the budget every year by putting ink on pieces of paper and calling them bonds. These bonds are usually put up for sale in the open bond market. But the federal deficits have become so huge, there are not enough working people like you and me to buy up all of these bonds every year. So, Congress walks across the street to the Federal Reserve, which buys them from Congress by printing ink on pieces of paper and calling them "Federal Reserve Notes". Take a look in your wallet now, and you will see an example of a Federal Reserve Note (or "FRN"). The New York banking establishment refers to these bills as Federal Reserve Accounting Unit Devices (F-R-A-U-D). It is bad enough that this private credit monopoly has been given the privilege to "counterfeit" money. (They call it "credit creation via bookkeeping entries".) What makes the whole scam so intolerable is that the American people get stuck with the interest payments. Congress was forced, in effect, to "lien" on the land and labor of all Americans as collateral for these huge bank loans. Enter the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS is really just a collection agency for the Federal Reserve banks. The FED pumps money and credit into the economy, and the IRS sucks it out of the economy, like two pumps, working in tandem. If we had only one pump injecting money into the economy, without a balancing pump to remove it from the economy, the value of our dollar would diminish rapidly as inflation climbed like a sky rocket into the stratosphere. This happened in Germany just prior to World War II, so the bankers learned an important lesson from that grotesque experiment in hyper-inflation. What does all this have to do with ZIP codes, you ask? Well, under American Law never repealed, Congress does not have authority to obtain controlling interest in all Americans, such that it can compel our specific performance to discharge any third-party debt or obligation. Imagine walking into a department store to buy a new toaster, and having the store clerk send the bill to Willie Brown. In this example, you are Congress; the store is the Federal Reserve; and Willie Brown represents the American people (some of the time). Willie Brown gets stuck with a transaction to which he was never a party. In fact, he didn't even know about it! Congress needs to deceive Americans into believing that they are all "subjects" of the "United States". If you are subject to the jurisdiction of the "United States", then you can be compelled to pay taxes which are used to discharge the interest payable on the huge principal deficit which Congress has amassed. But, here's the rub. The Supreme Court in 1945 defined the term "United States" to have three separate and distinct meanings. These meanings are: (1) the name of our sovereign nation, occupying the position of other sovereigns in the family of nations (2) the federal government and the limited territory over which it exercises exclusive sovereign authority (3) the collective name for the States which are united by and under the Constitution for the United States of America The second of these three definitions is the most interesting. It includes such areas of land as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa, but it does NOT include the 50 States of the Union, like California, and Florida, and New York. Now, if you were born in one of the 50 States of the Union, you were born outside of the area defined by the second definition of "United States" and you are, therefore, born a free Sovereign. A Sovereign is the opposite of a subject. If you were born a Sovereign, there is no way you can be "subject" to the jurisdiction of the "United States" (unless you volunteer), particularly when the "United States" in this context means only the very limited territory over which Congress exercises its exclusive authority. Congress does not exercise exclusive authority over any of the 50 States of the Union. That's the American Law which has never been repealed. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court's definition of the three "United States" was written in 1945, at the peak of the first nuclear war on this planet. People had other things on their minds! One of the ways in which Congress deceives all Americans into thinking they are its "subjects" is to utilize jurisdictional traps like the ZIP code. In the DMM, you will find that ZIP codes are actually optional (see DMM 122.32). If we utilize this optional "benefit" which Congress is providing for us, we are presumed to be volunteering ourselves as "subjects" of Congress. That may sound pretty stupid, at first glance, but it gets worse. Federal judges are now under so much pressure to keep the money flowing into the banks, they have developed a technique called "silent judicial notice". That's a fancy way of saying they don't have to tell you that you made yourself a subject of Congress by using ZIP codes. And the government is always fond of telling people that ignorance of the law is no excuse. But, of course, this is fraud and it's just as illegal for the government to do it as it is to counterfeit money. Now, we finally arrive at "/tdc". You cannot be compelled to honor or perform under any contract if you were under Threat, Duress, or Coercion ("tdc") when you entered the contract. It's like extortion: you aren't really "cooperating" when someone extorts your cooperation. Actually, a criminal commits a serious crime against your person to extort your cooperation for anything. The ZIP code is like extortion, on a small but real scale. Postal clerks tell us our mail will move a lot slower if we don't use ZIP codes, and they are probably right. You would know! But we have to pay the same amount for first class, whether or not we use a ZIP code, and remember that ZIP codes are defined as optional in the DMM. So, if we use ZIP codes, our mail moves a lot faster, but the federal government is thereby entitled to treat us as subjects and force us to pay interest on their huge federal deficit. If we don't use ZIP codes, our mail moves much slower (the "duress"), we still have to pay the full postage due, but at least we avoid becoming "subjects" of Congress. Being free of Congress is our right as Americans, even when Congress is nowhere nearly as corrupt as it is now. In fact, I think it is fair to say that in the 200+ years of our brief history as a nation, this is probably the most corrupt Congress we have ever had in America. The way around this dilemma is to use ZIP codes under threat, duress, and coercion. Specifically, we are being threatened with subjugation (slavery?) to Congress for utilizing a neat sorting scheme which expedites the delivery of everyone's mail. This threat also means that we did not enter the "ZIP code contract" voluntarily, because we had to pay the full postage regardless of whether we used the ZIP code or not. But at least we retain our right to avoid becoming a slave to the Federal Reserve banks. The whole situation would be different if there were a different rate for mail addressed without ZIP codes, and if the federal government would fully disclose the jurisdictional trap which it has created with ZIP codes. The federal government's failure to disclose fully all the terms and conditions attached to its contracts means that the federal government is guilty of fraud, pure and simple. And fraud nullifies, or "vitiates" everything it touches, all the way back to the beginning, even if that's your original birth certificate, or your original SS-5 Social Security application (not the SSN or SS card, but the application for an SSN). Recall now that the New York banking establishment refers to our money as Federal Reserve Accounting Unit Devices (F-R-A-U-D). For your information, I have enclosed some additional information on this problem. Please feel free to share these materials with anyone you choose. Our research is open and available to the public, because we have nothing to hide. We are passionate and dedicated to restoring Constitutional government to America, whereby the rights of individuals are supreme. Governments at all levels should be our public servants, because we are the public and they are the servants. They should not be permitted to utilize threat, duress, and coercion to extort our cooperation with their fraudulent debt schemes. It is just as illegal for them to do it as it is for you and I to do it! Thanks so much for your interest and for keeping an open mind at this most difficult time in our nation's history. Sincerely yours, /s/ John E. Trumane Account for Better Citizenship # # # c/o general delivery San Rafael, California Postal Zone 94901/tdc
I have been informed that if I put my zip code in brackets or draw a box around it, it nullifies it because anything in a box signifies nothing is there. Is this true?ReplyDelete
Yes, Brackets... delineates [Constructive Fraud]Delete
Varengle, you are referring to what's called the "rule of four corners" -- a hard to discover and authenticate legal understanding which means a separate contract is created by any writing or verbiage placed inside the square brackets or actual outlined box on the page, that has no legal bearing whatever upon the contract's text outside of the box.Delete
An example of the four corners rule is on the so-called "traffic ticket" (otherwise called a "Notice to Appear" (NTA) issued by police in California and in other states). At a so-called "traffic stop", the block on the NTA in which motorists are "asked" to autograph (or else be taken to jail) is a rectangle -- that clearly illustrates this rule of four corners.
Yea, and try and sign outside that box, or put any wordage on it other than your signiture....!! These cops are trained to tell everyone exactly how to sign, but give them no reason why...its just your job as an officer to get people to sign your ticket lawfully. If they refuse, which they can by asking to see a magistrate immediately, than you have to arrest them, impound the car, and bring the offender to court... most people are just going to comply at that point..!!Delete
The UPU and its international agreements are vast and the US has its own reservations as do other Postal countries ,this subject posting fails to address or realize if you want to use a private or public service and there is interplay with uniform mailing adresses for stamp duty(bound) reasons and not willing to suffice with its own history per staging of investments development and growth of its own bottom line ,regardless if a fraud participator that is business ,cement cities were never sold to fix headaches >realist or moralist >which pays more ! lol then you cant turn on it ,if you want to walk your own mail to Germany then go right ahead ,this is a cold hard reality ,the world is far bigger then victim perspectives ,Go look at the Geneva Uniform rules and the history of their development ,this is the name of the game as far as governments or international character is concerned this is basically the fleecing stage at the international level ,the balance remains with those disillusioned to think some form of dream land can be obtained while subjecting one self to a US banking charter(ship)a international instrument folks ! not a real power of any sort,No one is home .We are speaking of uniformity in all areas of trade based on the paper (muni)forms used These controls like a governor over the instrument ,they have been ruling the world in a premium automated syetm based on uniformity.everyone else is a REAL interloper without there own counterfiet money or ability to self govern alone or at there level quite honstestly ,this governs 8 billion people ,go ahead and replace it ,I have $100,000 to put down as payment ! right ? NO ,got to get real not moral .that is the world government based on old pre existing treaties such as the Geneva uniform standards of just about every dam thinkable think known in administrations and crowd control its there ,The UPU is key to controlling your legal hand and containing the US bankruptcy instrumentality nonsense on all documents ,adhesion stamps signed give you instant post master general Solvent power on that incoming ship(document) with cargo(terms and conditions of your counter offer by the cashing of the stamp as a solvent duty payment on the private and public sides of the (ship,instrumentality,post,bill of exchange,inland bill,etc)Delete
its a large body of UPU constitutions and many amendments and a MUST see on the different reservations each country has and how it effects the zip codes and what not .I provide private services in this area of lawful abatements for many types of cases ,consultation and key documentation only,firstname.lastname@example.org
I would like for you to publish those 68 odd known frauds on any mortgage docs ,and all else that goes along with that area of loss when in foreclosure.I believe you mentioned at one time or another ,This would be a great starter for many who are being tanked by their own ignorance of a 8000 year perfected merchant and slave system of feudal landscapes (Unknown inc) I have my own perfected processes yet have yet to see your private firms work.Are you holding out on this trillion dollar legal script ?
That was a head count taken around the table among a group of us who worked the problem. We never bothered to compile a list because at that point it became perfectly clear that anything this blatantly fraudulent HAD to be taking place according to completely different presumptions than the courts presented.
And so we went digging down other rabbit holes. We found in the end that foreclosures are purely administrative processes and so are most of the other things that go on in courts in this country.
Over the next couple weeks we will be holding another conference and. developing a process that average people can use to reclaim their names and assets without ever going into a court. This will also largely end foreclosures as it will remove the administrative basis allowing them in the first place. Stay tuned and by the end of the month you should have a new and highly effective means to combat not only foreclosure but many other kinds of theft and harassment.
We are also working on the international complaints that need to be pursued. Many trillions of dollars have been embezzled out of this country by international criminals. Prosecuting these crimes is a very daunting and exhausting task for a small group of volunteers, so between these two large projects we have all we can do.
Anna, was this admin process you cite to end foreclosure ever developed?Delete
I thought you could mail setters for $.03 per .5 ounce.ReplyDelete
You can. Ive dine it many times. In fact ive won bets on it. Of course the people betting me always try and wiggle out of their bet because sometimes i quote the law for it right by the stamp(which i forgot now, but it can be googled). But ive even sent letters without quoting the law for it...someone in the post office does know there are two different U. S. Especially if you send it in care of(c/o) , and dont use zip codes...Delete
This is Non-Domestic Vs Domestic (Federal/US/DC) writing Non-Domestic without using the zip-code and 2 letter state designation is all that is usually needed, the mail rate is actually 2 cents per 1/2 oz and it is in the original statutes at large and never repealed, the original Post Office is alive and well within the US Postal Service (corporation), the drop slot is accessing the Post Office.Delete
And technically if you are having mail delivered to your house is also accepting a benefit, your postage is specifically for the cost of going from post office to post office, everyone had to originally get your own mail from the post office which is still available as "general delivery" at certain locations, if you want to be 100% private use "General Delivery".
The rectangle on the ticket does not matter it does not represent brackets, if it did then it would mean to disregard the signature all together but obviously that does not happen.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE Style Manual 2008 Publication. . . Page 198
Brackets in pairs, are used-
8.19. In transcripts, congressional hearings, testimony in courtwork, etc., to enclose interpolations that are not specifically a part of the original quotation, corrections, explanations, omissions, editorial comments, or a caution that an error is reproduced literally,
8.20 In Bills, Contracts, etc. to indicate matter that is to be omitted.
Thats because once your ticket reaches the court, they remove your signiture from the ticket and transfer it to a legal 81/2" × 10" normal contract form...Delete
I routinely put "circa [my zipcode]" with the real Zip code of course, in brackets on my letters. It lets them know that your location is proximal to their federal zone of accounting, but not within it.ReplyDelete
How many times have i said we are roadblocked by our courts, because of that insideous doctrine of "silent judicial notice". If we dont get rid of the "pons"(in chess) , we can never get to the queen and win this chess game. The judges represent a standing army against us , leaving us only one defense, other than outright murder....we need to learn more about "BONDING" so we can make everyone 100%liable for their actions.. force them out of "limited liability" into the open, and fully exposed and naked before the law. We either need to make them liable or better yet their "pooling" insurers for insuring fraud. And that can be done with one "constructive notice" as a warning..!! After infirming them "once", they can no longer claim ignorance. Then they are liable and if we bond them for a couple of hundred million, the citys and counties will become uninsurable and without any authority at all...!! Bonding can be accomplished under "subrugarion", just like they are doing to us.When are we going to be proficient at this... what is it going to take..ReplyDelete
Well James, it is going to take first knowing where the hell The People originate a Bond to begin with, which has never been told in here. Too much preliminary info is left out in here. People cannot just be told 'go bond these judges' and leave out all the meat of the subject. How about starting out with.......here is yer pencil, and here is yer paper, now write or do such and such, lol.Delete
This ole gal doesn't know beans about Bonds, and it makes me a little cranky.
Thats not an accident either Abby. We might have to bond through a large bonding company, like Fidelity, who has the power to enforce the bond.. the bond isnt that complicated, its the enforcement for collection on the bond that is...!!!!Delete
Listen to Abby. She has a great point. Quit bitching and put pen to paper and outline for everyone exactly how you bond a case, how much it cost and how you can use it legally. This country is unbelievable, everyone wants answers but wants someone else to do the work. James has been to court many times to try and test all the Admirlaty court Judges.Delete
I have yet to see him pick up the phone and call Fidelity or some other bonding Company. Once the process of bonding the case is solved, the courts need to be informed of your case number and that it has been bonded by you in case the court rules against you.
Either sh** or get off the pot, but nothing takes place without action.
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Officers , when asked by the people they pull over always ask if you are insured. But when i ask them the same question, they are all trained to say the same thing... "we are self-insured"..what the hell does that mean.. if i said i was self -insured you would immediately ask me to prove it. But i have to believe you when you say it... the fact is their is no such thing as being self-insured unless the individual himself places his own assets up for liability charges.. instead the citys collude with insurance companies to insure all their employees under a "bundleing" claim, but only under strick conditions. They will only insure each individuall only up to $250,000 and each claim they lose, their premiums go up significantly, just like accidents you cause make your own insurane premiums go up..thats the whole reason why everything goes through "risk management", before you can try sueing any one of their employees for anything. In other words you have to ask for perrmission from the county before they will consider a lawsuit valid.. its the foxes guarding the henhouse syndrome...!!ReplyDelete
I found at DMM 602 1.3 (e) zipcode not required on single piece mail including several kinds. Single piece is what people usually mail themselves not corporations. I have used the brackets and C/O. Makes it obvious you are aware of the game and have chosen to opt out.ReplyDelete
i used to work at usps. they don't really teach us anything "law wise" (except dont take "gifts")...but zip codes are definitely optional. if only because, we have to try to route anything to best of our ability.ReplyDelete
"postal zone" etc. should not matter. if it looks like a state, and looks like a zip code, that is sufficient for our purposes (routing to correct post office). none of that should matter either way, at the "high level". 5 numeric digits and/or seemingly any form of "usa" (or lack thereof) will be sent on its way.
zip code (and +4) really just narrows things down...but always optional. always.
basically, we got scanned images of things OCR did not recognize (e.g. cursive handwriting).
so, regardless of "laws" ... address-wise, they try to route everything. zip is really just a "bonus" not a necessity.
once something has correctly been routed...that address (name, business name, street name, house name, apt. #, city/state etc.) should get put in computers from that point on.
if one piece of mail goes through...you should be good (from the computer side of things...a new local mailman/mailwoman might have some delay without a zip, but that is just until they get familiar with your address)
there are certain things we must reject as invalid mail. lack of zip code or +4 is not one of them.
supposedly "return to sender" needs an actual stamp (from post man or office and/or postmaster). possibly, you can write that, and post person is supposed to then officially stamp it, and we were just rejecting things that were not properly stamped by post office (problem not on end of person handwriting "Return to sender").
point being, if you get "junk" just write "no such person at this address" or "moved" is better than "return to sender". only official stamp is good for "return to sender." why that matters, i cannot say, but that was the rule when i was there.
"deceased" should also always work, but you should not lie about this unless you want them to think you are dead (but if they address to a corporation, you are not "lying" perhaps. all corporations are legally dead anyways :)
so far as our high-level routing went..."usa" "non-domestic" "ca""california" really does not matter. neither hurts nor helps as far as routing goes. should not disqualify anything.
po box should always be po box. just "box" is ambiguous.
po box i believe do generally need a zip (from our point of view, may be someone else later routes them anyways even without), but if you specify e.g. the street address of the post office that box is at, then you can likely get away with no zip.
po box doesnt need any name. just po box number and zip. at least from "high level". lack of name, or "care of" really shouldnt matter from "high level" routing.
however, if you routinely reject things "no such person" then your local mail person might stop putting those things in your box. insofaras routing to correct post office, none of that should matter. po box and zip sends things on their way. (for po box, the +4 portion of zip is just last 4 of box number i believe, so is like a "checksum" basically, so +4 can always be ommitted there)
"legal" things really should not matter either way for "routing" purposes. we ignore all that verbiage at a "high level" anyways, we just send to correct post office to best of our ability (assuming proper postage)
OCRable text (monospace typewriter font perhaps) should have little to no delay, computer can "read" that. handwriting or "cursive" may cause slight delay since an actual human has to "read" it. things may have improved. bad handwriting is basically only reason our position existed. but it still does, at least one center still left.
basically, at the "high level" (routing to correct post office) there is "inside united states, or one of the states" and there is "mexico" "canada" (other countries).Delete
so, if you want to write "non domestic" or whatever, or your "state" is your "nation", should not matter either way for high level "routing" purposes.
any "verbiage" we are trained to ignore. knock yourself out if you think there is some legal verbiage necessary to CYA and stay in one of the several/sovereign states.
about the only "law" we were taught is:
1) if it werent for the "union" you would get paid peanuts (they never mention it is all monetized debt of course, that soylent dollars are made out of people :) )
2) never make jokes about "going postal" even outside of job. that is PR purposes. they dont want public to stop funding them.
if a non-employee makes such a joke, we are supposed to politely inform you such cases are statistical anomalies, not representative of 99% of postal employees.
this is within past 15 years...so likely has not changed, even after 9/11.
most of our monitors were still monochrome (greyscale, more accurately). so black on white perhaps is best (black text on white envelope). that should be obvious, but black ink might be slightly easier for computer or human to read.
if you are using red/blue/gold/purple ink then use dark ink if possible, on white envelope. again, legible printed text should route "faster" than handwritten.
things wrapped in plastic (e.g. magazines) can sometimes screw up OCR scanners...so, if you "wrap" your package/envelope etc. make sure it is tight (no "bubbles") to prevent "delay".
preferably, only write/print on front of envelope. else scanners sometime gets confused.
if you have a "big" (tall) envelope, perhaps put address near top. boxed-off from the "return address" in UpperLeft of course, but imagine a computer scanner taking an "image" ...it has less chance of screwing up if it can fit both inside same "scanning area" .
there was only certain "size" image that can be scanned. so while natural tendency is to put "send to" address far away from "return address", that can confuse computer scanners (at the time, anyways)...and perhaps cause a slight delay.
i suppose you can say we were perhaps only federal employees told not to take any "gifts".
technically you probably need a return address. but i believe unless something is officially stamped "return to sender" that didnt matter to us. so, if you dont want to put one, and you put a "fake" one, who is going to know? they might keep "statistics" but for "routing" purposes should not matter unless the mail actually gets "returned to sender". i dont believe there is any verification on "return address" before that.
that "bubbling" problem goes for "business type mail with plastic window for the address" too...those get crumpled and "scanner" cannot read it, causing slight delayDelete
if "speed of routing" is the aim, print on outside of actual envelope, not on paper behind plastic "window" slot of the envelope.
if you wrap a magazine in plastic, put an address sticker outside that, so even wrinkled plastic/bag will not confuse the scanners from reading the address.
if you ship something breakable, use padding. employees might be careless, but more likely is someone else is shipping a 50 pound box full of nails/ammunition/live goldfish/a ladder/etc. which comes down the conveyer belt and smacks into your "Fragile" package.
so, any "damage" likely happens automatically before an employee ever has a chance to drop it/throw it/run it over/cut it open and steal things/etc.
the rule of thumb is "if 100 or so little 50 lb.-each boxes full of nails/ammunition came down a conveyer belt and slid down a metal slide about 15 feet or so and each of these rammed into my package one after the other, would this disturb the contents?" ... because that will probably happen no matter what you do...
if an employee damages your box, he is probably 2nd to the damage your box party, after it was "automatically" damaged.
Interesting..!! Finally a look at our mailing system from an insider...thank you for sharing that...!!!Delete