By Anna Von Reitz
Yesterday we led off with a discussion of Juilliard v. Greenman, 110 U.S. 421 pendant, 1884.
This long-buried Territorial U.S. Supreme Court case returned a finding that if you don't specifically limit your endorsement of checks and demand that they be redeemed as "lawful money", you will be presumed to be voluntarily using Federal Reserve Notes instead.
And if you are using Federal Reserve Notes, it is also presumed that you are pledging your allegiance to the Federal Reserve System, together with your body and mind and soul and land and soil and everything else you could ever own in support of that system, in the case of a national debt collapse.
Who knew? Nobody but those Federal Employees who were in on the scam from the beginning, the politicians and bankers running the kickbacks-for-cronies part of the operation, the judges and lawyers running the collections end of it via quasi-military courts imposing the foreign King's Equity Law on Americans by a process of False Registration and assumpsit, and the corrupt military officers at the top of the whole Pentagon Pile imposing all this rot.
If this were fair, honest, or even sane--- every school child in America would be taught about the Federal Reserve System and the meaning of promissory notes and the importance of limiting one's signature, and the result of failing to do so. The Juilliard Case and the circumstance giving rise to it would be common knowledge and people would conduct their affairs accordingly.
Instead, we hear not a word about any of these topics, except a brush over of the Reconstruction Era ---- and even that is presented as if it were all over and done. Hush, hush... little darlings. Just like FDR's First Inaugural Address where he pledged all the Municipal slaves as collateral for an unstated "holy cause", the people of this country were never given any disclosure about any of this.
This general non-disclosure renders the system, the remedy, and the Legal Presumptions moot.
None of the complex webs our federal employees have woven around us can stand the strain of examination in broad daylight---- and when we do look at these things, they are ridiculous.
How does one contract with babies in their cradles? When did anyone become responsible for signing their checks according to their employees' druthers? By what rationale do people receiving their paychecks from our pockets claim that we are their dependents?
Visitors to this country often comment on the fact that "nobody" votes in our elections. A full two-thirds of us stay at home and watch reruns of I Love Lucy. I patiently explain that we are not part of the political system, that all that frou-frou-rah is "of, for, and by our foreign employees".
How, then, our visitors wonder, do the employees ever claim a majority vote in their democracy? Surely, even taken together, and with all possible legitimate dependents, the employees do not count for more than 25% of the population?
Well, it depends on how you define the voter pool, doesn't it?
If it's only the Registered Voters, you get one result. If it is all District Employees and Dependents, you get another result. And if you really pay attention, you realize that it's all a crock, because the American populace, that mammoth two-thirds of the Silent Majority, hasn't been heard from in 150 years and hasn't ever been told what's going on.
If you've felt that your vote never counted, if you've stared at the list of candidates and wondered ---- why bother? --- if you've felt strangely disoriented and alienated and confused for decades, if you've wondered how a "voluntary" tax could be enforced with such brutality, if you've smelled something rotten and not been able to put your finger on it, search no more.
We know the rest of the story.
Your actual government, the one that speaks for the Silent Majority, is now in Session and back on track and hurtling along like a freight train. You have a voice, but it's not coming from Washington, DC --- and it has nothing to do with any politicians.