Freedom From Servitude
Frequently Asked Questions
The first step is the review process:
In this part of the process we review all documents needed for the tort portion of your complete process of becoming the Holder In Due Course of all instruments/debts/obligations/alliances alleged against you.
We want to take this opportunity to explain a couple of things to those individuals who ask questions about the things that they would like to know.
Please, remember we are here to educate, as well as, assist in planning and prepping. With that being said here is what you should keep in mind when asking questions:
- We will always answer any question that is asked of us;
- No individual(s) answering questions for Freedom From Servitude means to imply any level of disrespect when answering question no matter how strong of an answer is given;
- We will not argue with you over any question or answer given;
- All answers given are to the best of our knowledge and proven experience;
- Very rarely do the questions asked have a simple “Yes or No” answer to it;
- All answer will have an explanation with them;
- It has been proven that giving an individual the opportunity to think about what they are asking, more times than not, allows them to understand the answer better;
- Some answers will be given in a manner that will allow you to answer for yourself based on the knowledge you already have (Common Sense); and most importantly
- There is NO DUMB OR STUPID QUESTION ASKED, the reason for this statement is because THE ONLY DUMB QUESTION IS THE ONE THAT NEVER GETS ASKED, because you will spend a lifetime not knowing the truth.
Cases time frames are dependent mostly on the Courts they are in. Though we can not give you an exact answer to this question we can give say that most cases in the first level of the Federal Courts take between 9 and 12 months on average. This includes, but not limited to, all procedures leading up to the final decision of the Federal District Court. Any cases going to the Appeals or Supreme Court will take additional time for each level.
Although there very well may be, we have never looked into it in depth as most secured party’s/sovereigns do not use Attorney’s/Lawyers as it is seen as a waiver of rights and admittance of incompetence.
|If you allow anyone to “represent you”, instead of being “the belligerent claimant in person” (Hale v Henkel, i.s.c.), you become a “ward of the court”. Why? Because obviously, if someone else has to defend your rights for you, you must be incompetent! Clients are called “wards” of the court in regard to their relationship with their attorneys. See a copy of “Regarding Lawyer Discipline & Other Rules”, as well as Canons 1 through 9.|
|Also, see Corpus Juris Secundum (CJS), Volume 7, Section 4, Attorney & client:
“The attorney’s first duty is to the courts and the public, not to the client and wherever the duties to his client conflict with those he owes as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter.” (emphasis mine)
|“A lawyer cannot claim that you have rights.”
U.S. v. Johnson, 76 F. Supp. 538
The American Bar Association does not even recommend the use of a lawyer except in dangerously precarious situations as they state in their Q&A
Q. If I do not use a lawyer, who else can help me?
A. Unless your problem is so serious that only a lawyer can resolve it, you should first consider another source of help.
This is why in most if not almost all cases a SPC or Sovereign chooses to learn the necessities for themselves.Furthermore,uunderstand that attorneys cannot represent the ‘flesh and blood private man’ in their private commercial so-called courts. They can only represent the Debtor/Defendants in its or their corporate capacity! It’s like mixing oil and water!
Yes, all of the processes work, if they are executed properly and in the alotted time. With that being said, the chances of success at the first level is very slim. What that means is, more times than not, the first decision handed down will have to be appealed. In some cases you will have to go to the Supreme Court or the International Courts. Don’t let this discourage you, they are testing your knowledge and you willingness to go all the way. Let’s face it, if you quite, they win! At the same time, if they quite, you win!
Success with any of these processes is entirely up to you. Be patient and willing to go all the way and you will have success. Again, having the right paperwork, is only part of the process. Having the knowledge of how to use it is key.
A Secured Party Creditor (SPC), means that you have made the declarations for freedom and also put them on public record and that they have gone unrequited. As well that you have laid the foundation of understanding and knowledge and have taken ‘control’ of the Debtor/Entity and all property in the Debtor’s name; accounts, Birth Certificate, later the Home/land, automobiles, and like property, all accounts, pets, stock animals, your children’s debtors, etc., etc. You are showing separation between the commercial fiction and the living breathing human being. This is first and major step in establishing your freedom as it rebuts the pre-assumed assumptions that will otherwise be made on your behalf. Furthermore as an SPC you have preserved your interests and are in a better position to state a claim.
A Sovereign is fully free, and unbound. A Sovereign has taken the large step to live without the government, this includes not using benefits, a social security number and revoking all contracts that were in place between them and government. For more on living a sovereign life we suggest the book Operating Sovereign. Many do not take this step as they do not have the knowledge and understanding, nor have they developed their own income stream. It is very difficult to be fully sovereign without accomplishing both.
Sovereignty, although given a bad name by the media is not only your birthright, but also the basis that Americas freedoms were founded on. Sovereignty is full freedom to make the choice to act or not to act without outside influence. It is true freedom to do as you wish as long as you do not harm another doing so. Sovereignty is establishment of asseveration and full dissolution of any implied or invisible contracts that would bind a free man to any compacts outside the laws of God/Nature.
Within federal law, two words are used to describe citizenship: “citizen” and “national”. There is a world of difference between these two terms and it is extremely important to understand the distinctions before we proceed further. A “citizen” is someone who was born in and maintains a domicile within a political jurisdiction, who owes allegiance to the “sovereign” within that jurisdiction, and who participates in the functions of government by voting and serving on jury duty.
citizen. One who, under the Constitution and laws of the United States, or of a particular state, is a member of the political community, owing allegiance and being entitled to the enjoyment of full civil rights. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. U.S. Const., 14th Amend. See Citizenship.
"Citizens" are members of a political community who, in their associated capacity, have established or submitted themselves to the dominion of a government for the promotion of their general welfare and the protection of their individual as well as collective rights. Herriott v. City of Seattle, 81 Wash.2d 48, 500 P.2d 101, 109.
The term may include or apply to children of alien parents from in United States, Von Schwerdtner v. Piper, D.C.Md., 23 F.2d 862, 863; U.S. v. Minoru Yasui, D.C.Or., 48 F.Supp. 40, 54; children of American citizens born outside United States, Haaland v. Attorney General of United States, D.C.Md., 42 F.Supp. 13, 22; Indians, United States v. Hester, C.C.A.Okl., 137 F.2d 145, 147; National Banks, Amierican Surety Co. v. Bank of California, C.C.A.Or., 133 F.2d 160, 162; nonresident who has qualified as administratrix of estate of deceased resident, Hunt v. Noll, C.C.A.Tenn., 112 F.2d 288, 289. However, neither the United States nor a state is a citizen for purposes of diversity jurisdiction. Jizemerjian v. Dept of Air Force, 457 F.Supp. 820. On the other hand, municipalities and other local governments are deemed to be citizens. Rieser v. District of Columbia, 563 F.2d 462. A corporation is not a citizen for purposes of privileges and immunities clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. D.D.B. Realty Corp. v. Merrill, 232 F.Supp. 629, 637.
Under diversity statute [28 U.S.C. §1332], which mirrors U.S. Const, Article III's diversity clause, a person is a "citizen of a state" if he or she is a citizen of the United States and a domiciliary of a state of the United States. Gibbons v. Udaras na Gaeltachta, D.C.N.Y., 549 F.Supp. 1094, 1116. “
[Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, p. 244]
Based on the above definition, being a “citizen” therefore involves the following FOUR individual components, EACH of which require your individual consent in some form. Any attempt to remove the requirement for consent in the case of EACH SPECIFIC component makes the government doing so UNJUST as defined by the Declaration of Independence, and produces involuntary servitude in violation of the Thirteenth Amendment:
|#||Characteristic||How consented to||What happens when you don’t consent|
|1||Allegiance to the sovereign within the community, which in our country is the “state” and is legally defined as the PEOPLE occupying a fixed territory RATHER than the government or anyone serving them IN the government.||Requesting to be naturalized and taking a naturalization oath.||Allegiance acquired by birth is INVOLUNTARY.|
|2||VOLUNTARY political association and membership in a political community.||Registering to vote or serve on jury duty.||If you don’t register to vote or serve on jury duty, you are NOT a “citizen”, even if ELIGIBLE to do either.|
|3||Enjoyment of full CIVIL rights.||Choosing a domicile||You can’t be a statutory “citizen” unless you voluntarily choose a domicile.|
|4||Submission to CIVIL authority.||Choosing a domicile||You can’t be a statutory “citizen” unless you voluntarily choose a domicile.|
From the above, we can see that simply calling oneself a “citizen” or not qualifying which SUBSET of each of the above we consent to is extremely hazardous to your freedom! Watch out! The main questions in our mind about the above chart is:
- Must we expressly consent to ALL of the above as indicated in the third column from the left above in order to truthfully be called a “citizen” as legally defined?
- Which components in the above table are MANDATORY in order to be called a “citizen”?
- What if we don’t consent to the “benefits” domicile protection franchise? Does that NOT make us a “citizen” under the civil statutory laws of that jurisdiction?
- What if we choose a domicile in the place, but refuse to register to vote and make ourselves ineligible to serve on jury duty. Does that make us NOT a “citizen”?
- If we AREN’T a “citizen” as defined above because we don’t consent to ALL of the components, then what would we be called under the statutes of that jurisdiction?
The key thing to notice is that those who are “citizens” within a political jurisdiction are also subject to all laws within that political jurisdiction. Note the phrase above:
“’Citizens’ are members of a political community who, in their associated capacity, have…submitted themselves to the dominion of a government [and all its laws] for the promotion of their general welfare and the protection of their individual as well as collective rights.”
[Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, p. 244]
The only people who are “subject to” federal law, and therefore “citizens” under federal law, are those people who maintain a domicile where the federal government has exclusive legislative jurisdiction, which exists only within the federal zone, under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 17 of the Constitution and 40 U.S.C. §§3111 and 3112. Within the Internal Revenue Code, people born in the federal zone or living there are described as being "subject to its jurisdiction" rather than "subject to the jurisdiction":
"c) Who is a citizen.
Every person born or naturalized in the [federal] United States and subject to its jurisdiction is a citizen. For other rules governing the acquisition of citizenship, see chapters 1 and 2 of title III of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1401–1459). "
This area includes the District of Columbia, the territories and possessions of the United States, and the federal areas within states. If you were born in a state of the Union and are domiciled there, you are not subject to federal jurisdiction unless the land you maintain a domicile on was ceded by the state to the federal government. Therefore, you are not and cannot be a “citizen” under federal law. If you aren’t a “citizen”, then you also can’t be claiming your children as “citizens” on IRS returns either!
A “national”, on the other hand, is simply someone who claims allegiance to the political body formed within the geographical boundaries and territory that define a “state”.
8 U.S.C. §1101: Definitions
(a) The term ''national'' means a person owing permanent allegiance to a state.
A “state” is then defined as follows:
“State. A people permanently occupying a fixed territory bound together by common-law habits and custom into one body politic exercising, through the medium of an organized government, independent sovereignty and control over all persons and things within its boundaries, capable of making war and peace and of entering into international relations with other communities of the globe. United States v. Kusche, D.C.Cal., 56 F.Supp. 201 207, 208. The organization of social life which exercises sovereign power in behalf of the people. Delany v. Moralitis, C.C.A.Md., 136 F.2d 129, 130. In its largest sense, a “state” is a body politic or a society of men. Beagle v. Motor Vehicle Acc. Indemnification Corp., 44 Misc.2d 636, 254 N.Y.S.2d 763, 765. A body of people occupying a definite territory and politically organized under one government. State ex re. Maisano v. Mitchell, 155 Conn. 256, 231 A.2d 539, 542. A territorial unit with a distinct general body of law. Restatement, Second, Conflicts, §3. Term may refer either to body politic of a nation (e.g. United States) or to an individual government unit of such nation (e.g. California).
The people of a state, in their collective capacity, considered as the party wronged by a criminal deed; the public; as in the title of a cause, “The State vs. A.B.”
[Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, p. 1407]
So when we claim “allegiance” as a “national”, we are claiming allegiance to a “state”, which is the collection of all people within the geographical boundaries of a political jurisdiction. Note that as a “national”, we are NOT claiming allegiance to the government or anyone serving us within the government in their official capacity as “public servants”. As a “national”, we are instead claiming allegiance to the People within the legislative jurisdiction of the geographic region. This is because in America, the People are the Sovereigns, and not the government who serves them. All sovereignty and authority emanates from We the People as individuals:
'The words 'people of the United States' and 'citizens,' are synonymous terms, and mean the same thing. They both describe the political body who, according to our republican institutions, form the sovereignty, and who hold the power and conduct the government through their representatives. They are what we familiarly call the 'sovereign people,' and every citizen is one of this people, and a constituent member of this sovereignty. ..."
[Boyd v. State of Nebraska, 143 U.S. 135 (1892)]
"From the differences existing between feudal sovereignties and Government founded on compacts, it necessarily follows that their respective prerogatives must differ. Sovereignty is the right to govern; a nation or State-sovereign is the person or persons in whom that resides. In Europe the sovereignty is generally ascribed to the Prince; here it rests with the people; there, the sovereign actually administers the Government; here, never in a single instance; our Governors are the agents of the people, and at most stand in the same relation to their sovereign, in which regents in Europe stand to their sovereigns. Their Princes have personal powers, dignities, and pre-eminences, our rulers have none but official; nor do they partake in the sovereignty otherwise, or in any other capacity, than as private citizens."
[Chisholm, Ex'r. v. Georgia, 2 Dall. (U.S.) 419, 1 L.ed. 454, 457, 471, 472) (1794)]
The supreme Court of the United States described and compared the differences between “citizenship” and “allegiance” very succinctly in the case of Talbot v. Janson, 3 U.S. 133 (1795):
“Yet, it is to be remembered, and that whether in its real origin, or in its artificial state, allegiance, as well as fealty, rests upon lands, and it is due to persons. Not so, with respect to Citizenship, which has arisen from the dissolution of the feudal system and is a substitute for allegiance, corresponding with the new order of things. Allegiance and citizenship, differ, indeed, in almost every characteristic. Citizenship is the effect of compact; allegiance is the offspring of power and necessity. Citizenship is a political tie; allegiance is a territorial tenure. Citizenship is the charter of equality; allegiance is a badge of inferiority. Citizenship is constitutional; allegiance is personal. Citizenship is freedom; allegiance is servitude. Citizenship is communicable; allegiance is repulsive. Citizenship may be relinquished; allegiance is perpetual. With such essential differences, the doctrine of allegiance is inapplicable to a system of citizenship; which it can neither serve to controul, nor to elucidate. And yet, even among the nations, in which the law of allegiance is the most firmly established, the law most pertinaciously enforced, there are striking deviations that demonstrate the invincible power of truth, and the homage, which, under every modification of government, must be paid to the inherent rights of man…..The doctrine is, that allegiance cannot be due to two sovereigns; and taking an oath of allegiance to a new, is the strongest evidence of withdrawing allegiance from a previous, sovereign….”
[Talbot v. Janson, 3 U.S. 133 (1795) ]
A “national” is not subject to the exclusive legislative jurisdiction and general sovereignty of the political body, but indirectly is protected by it and may claim its protection. For instance, when we travel overseas, we are known in foreign countries as “American Nationals” or:
- “nationals of the United States**” under 8 U.S.C. §1101(a)(22)(B), if we were born in a federal possession, such as American Samoa or Swain’s Island.
- “nationals”, or “state nationals”, or “nationals of the United States*** of America” under 8 U.S.C. §1101(a)(21) if we were born in and are domiciled in a state of the Union.
- “nationals but not citizens” under 8 U.S.C. §1452 if we were born in U.S. possessions such as American Samoa or Swain’s Island.
Here is the definition of a “national of the United States**” that demonstrates this, and note paragraph (a)(22)(B):
(a) (22) The term ''national of the United States'' means
(A) a citizen of the United States, or
(B) a person who, though not a citizen of the United States, owes permanent [but not necessarily exclusive] allegiance to the United States.
Consequently, the only time a “national” can also be described as a “citizen” is when he is domiciled within the territorial jurisdiction of the political body. Being a “national” is therefore an attribute and a prerequisite of being a “citizen”, and the term can be used to describe “citizens”, as indicated above in paragraph (A). For instance, 8 U.S.C. §1401 describes the citizenship of those born within or residing within federal jurisdiction, and note that these people are identified as both “citizens” and “nationals”.
The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United States at birth:
(b) a person born in the United States to a member of an Indian, Eskimo, Aleutian, or other aboriginal tribe: Provided, That the granting of citizenship under this subsection shall not in any manner impair or otherwise affect the right of such person to tribal or other property;
Secured Party Creditor VS Sovereignty
Sovereignty is the principle that establishes the nation-state as an independent actor within the international system. Sovereignty is defined in the glossaries of many introductory international relations texts as having supreme political authority. While this is true, there is much more to sovereignty that is not captured in this definition. Sovereignty has both an observable or empirical aspect and a juridical or legal aspect. Sovereignty is based on two doctrines in international law, the doctrine of nonintervention and the doctrine of formal equality. It is because of sovereignty that international relations is said to exist in a system ofchaos. These rights enjoyed by the monarch became the doctrine of nonintervention and the doctrine of formal equality in modern international law. Nonintervention has been codified in many treaties and agreements. Most notably, it appears in Article 2, Principle #7 of the United Nations Charter
"Nothing contained in the present Charter shall authorize the United Nations to intervene in matters which are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state or shall require the Members to submit such matters to settlement under the present Charter; but this principle shall not prejudice the application of enforcement measures under Chapter VII."
Nonintervention, simply put, means that sovereigns have the right to be free from interference by others in their domestic affairs. The doctrine of formal equality was also codified in Article 2 of the UN Charter.
"The Organization is based on the principle of the sovereign equality of all its Members."
Certainly not all nation-states are equal in their capabilities, but the formal equality of sovereignty means that they are legally equal in terms of their rights and obligations in the international system. For example, China, with 1.2 billion people, has one seat in the United Nations General Assembly as does the Republic of Palau with 17,000.1/ These two doctrines together form the juridical or legal aspect of sovereignty. There is, however, an empirical or observable, aspect of sovereignty as well. For a political community to be sovereign, it must have some level of the following qualities:
- effective rule over that territory and population; and
- recognition of other nation-states.
Being a Secured Party Creditor means the payment of a debt is guaranteed, or secured, by personal property owned by the debtor or in which the debtor has a legal interest, the transaction becomes known as a secured transaction. The concept of the secured transaction is as basic to modern business practice as the concept of credit. Commonsensical, sellers and lenders do not want to risk nonpayment, so they will not sell goods or lend money unless the promise of payment is somehow guaranteed. Indeed, business as we know it could not exist without laws permitting and governing secured transactions. Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs secured transactions.The law of secured transactions tends to favor the rights of creditors.
Is being a secured party creditor the same as being Sovereign? No.A Secured Party Creditor ("SPC") is one who has put a lien against his/her birth certificate ("BC") for the purpose of gaining control of the legal fiction that was created with the filing of the BC. Government agencies and corporate entities mistake you for the legal fiction until you let them know that you have legally recognized yourself, in the public record, as the creditor behind your "strawman". As an SPC, you can fully participate in commerce. Most SPCs send certain documents to the Secretary of the U.S.Department of Treasury, Timothy Geithner at this time, alerting the Secretary that the SPC will be utilizing his/her own credit creation via the account number, commonly known as a social security number, to discharge or off-set personal debt. One of the ways to do this is to write payment instruments, bonds, promissory notes, etc. Exercising this option ties you into being a U.S. citizen, a status brought into existence with the 14th Amendment to the Bill of Rights in the federal Constitution.
In contrast, being Sovereign is taking on the political status that Americans in the 13 original colonies used to enjoy. It is being what an American is supposed to be -- independent of governmental dictates (statutes).
The criteria to be completely Sovereign is rather stringent. One needs to have an ancestor who was one of the people in one of the original colonies and then update that birthright. It seems similar to getting a patent on a piece of land, the main difference being that you can go to the state archives to search for land, but most families kept track of relatives in those days by listing them in the family Bible. How many families do you know who have Bibles passed down from 200 years ago? If your ancestors were not the type of people who did notable things that could be traced genealogically, you may have difficulty finding one who lived in one of the 13 original colonies but by the same token, once you find that ancestor, anyone trying to rebut your claim would have an equally hard time.
The reason for this requirement is the opening words of the Constitution, "We, the People..." who wrote that document for their posterity, so a true American Sovereign would be one of the posterity of the people in the then existing states who approved ratification of the Constitution.
One of the other qualifications is that the social security number be rejected or cancelled. It is this number that brings people into the U.S. corporation's created trust and bestows U.S. citizenship upon them. Unfortunately, one cannot eat one's cake and still have it. If you enjoy the benefits of U.S. citizenship through your SSN, that precludes you from being an American Sovereign. Adhesion contracts that you signed, checking the "U.S. citizen" box, would have to be revoked or cancelled.
One of the benefits of Sovereignty is immunity from the courts, since they are not courts created under Article III of the U.S. Constitution. The courts that people generally deal with utilize the statutes, most of which are not Constitutionally compliant. A Sovereign is protected by the organic laws in the Constitutions and can only be brought into court for a capital offense, doing direct damage to someone. The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act has been looked upon as protection from the corrupt and abusive courts, but to use that effectively, one also needs to be out of the U.S. corporation's grasp, i.e., a Sovereign.
The above juxtaposes the SPC and the Sovereign. However, this does not mean that you can't participate in commerce while also moving towards Sovereignty, meaning getting rid of adhesion contracts a little at a time. Sovereignty also includes a different perspective and thinking process than what we've all been trained to have, so attaining that status in stages gives you the time to adjust yourself mentally and is not jarring to your lifestyle. Becoming an SPC provides you an opportunity to step up to taking control of your affairs to your own best interests, to learning how to properly handle situations as they arise and assert some of the power that was taken from you, no longer being buffeted about by circumstances that you previously were at a loss to deal with.
There is ABSOLUTELY a difference between SPC and Sovereignty!
As a sovereign you would need to be removed from the system completely with no usage or dependence on government benefits, government subsidies, government identifications, government anything. It would be a complete separation between yourself, the interest you represent as far as the embodiment of people, whether the ecclesiastical, in island nation, a micro-nation, or something of the sort. The only contracts in the service of a extra governmental entity would be via treaty between the nation and the United States government. In the service of another government as a sovereign thereof would no longer maintain citizenship or direct contract in any form with the United States government.
If you maintained any type of subsidy or reliance on the United States government, you would not be sovereign in would be waving your sovereign position. Sovereignty cannot go both ways, and is very strict in the practice thereof. This is why it is entirely and completely necessary to have both the monetary funds, in backing and support of the people that you shall represent and the ability to support them properly to get them away from both Social Security and government reliance. If you cannot do this and take care of their basic needs, food, water, shelter, and electricity, then you cannot maintain a truly sovereign nation.
You look at the Indian nations in the United States, they are not truly sovereign nations, but only partially sovereign with the reliance on the United States government for benefits for their people in order to be able to survive. We believe that this is a long-term plan by the United States government to integrate the Indian nations into United States slowly absorbing them over time and eroding the basis of their belief in separation of their nation and belief system. As the Indian nations have not today completely sustainability to self govern they are caught between a rock and a hard place in their contracts with the United States government.
Declaring sovereignty is a very simple, being sovereign as you should be able to ascertain herein is a very difficult proposition. There is only one in a plethora that is cut out to service both a creator and a leader, with the interdependent skills to be able to create their own embodiment that is truly sovereign. There are thousands if not hundreds of thousands of followers that will quickly flock to them if it allows them to live safely and freely. You must ask yourself is this great responsibility in protecting and caring for others something that you are able and willing to take on. The measure of a sovereign is not by their power, but rather their ability to successfully and safely provide for the people. A sovereign, meaning a true sovereign does not live off the back of the people, but rather booster people and success of their people to the highest possible means available so that everyone can succeed as a whole.
Just like a parent having to make hard decisions for their children, allowing them to fall and scraped her knees, to learn to stand in support themselves properly, the same goes for a nations head. You must not only know when governance is necessary, but also when to take a hands-off approach so that the necessary lessons of life can be learned by the people. We believe the support system like Social Security, and welfare in many situations does not force the embodiment of the people to be successful in the endeavors to live a free life.
Got originally gave free will. In order to truly have free will God, no matter how much he wants to step in and directly take apart and the betterment of people’s lives, would be required by his oath of free will not to get involved. Governments can either give free will, or restrain that free will in order to push people in the direction that they wish them to go. There are many different types of governments from monarchies, to oligarchies, to democracies and republics. Each type of government has both its strengths and its weaknesses.
Understand that being sovereign is a gigantic undertaking and cannot be accomplished alone.
The Secured Party Creditor
One established as a secured party creditor has created tools to embody the greatest success possible. Does being a secured party make you sovereign? Absolutely not! Think of it like this, you are standing on one side of the field looking across ending the horizon as it fades off into nothingness when you can see no farther, that is sovereignty. Think of the position that your standing at currently looking across as being a governmental Lackie, slave lacking free will and the ability to make your own choices. Where sovereignty is the requirement of making all of the choices.
Now imagine a fence running across the middle of the field halfway between the position where you are standing as a debtor slave, the position of sovereign that fades into the autumn mist.
If you are standing with 1 foot on each side of this fence, that would be the position of the secured party creditor. Think of the position of a secured party creditor as a way point in between slave and sovereign. This point is a very advantageous point as you can both operate in commerce and as a private flesh and blood man. The separation between the two entities is very clear and easy to prove, and the tools he wield in such a position are exceptional as long as you have the knowledge to use them properly. This position in the middle allows you to create great wealth while still utilizing the corporate debtor fiction trust to the best of your advantage with clear separations of liability drawn between the flesh and blood and debtor entity. Learn to wield these tools wisely and exceptional power for the position you are in, and wealth can be obtained. The majority of people will never leave the position as a secured party creditor to the position of truly sovereign, as this position does not suit most, and the great sacrifice to serve others and God with your whole is too much for most.
While the secured party creditor process as far as the filing is 30% of the work the knowledge to use it properly is the other 70%. Understand that to become truly proficient with the secured party creditor tools is the undertaking of a master. Do you have it in you to succeed, this undertaking is not for everyone.
The bond is initially in place to either create a situation where they are able to act in honor and return the funds back to you in a mutually beneficial relationship or… (Basically you are giving them one last chance to be honorable and make both parties whole. This is a classic catch 22 position where both outcomes are in your favor. If they honor it then you are able to use the funds to help create the basis of your sovereignty and exit system right.) If they do not honor it then it gives you all of the control of the trust as they have continued to fail to act and it is your proof that they are dishonorable and not properly executing their fiduciary duty. Do not take the lack of their honor to mean that you have not succeeded, because it could not be farther from the truth. Their lack of honor give you greater control of your future with no contract with them severing ties.
At this point it leaves many options, one is to get a cusip for original issued instrument and negotiate it with another institution… (least favorable as it is also your trump card in your dealings with the U.S.)
A secondary option which is more work but a better setup is to use the initial trust, or a secondary UBOT, get the paydex, increase the rating and then get a cusip to issue bonds at low percentages and then re-lend at higher rates (banking.) Note that the higher you boost your paydex to the lower the percentage and better the spread you will be able to issue your bonds at. Also note that you do not spend the initially created funds from the issued bond, but rather use it to create a surplus compounding quickly to set yourself up very well for the future. If you do not us it in this manner and simply spend the proceeds of the bond on yourself with no intent to make good on the promise to pay you will be committing FRAUD!
The initial SPC process is primarily meant to create the tools and separation between fictitious and live entities for the safest position possible, not to get rich quick. If it works out that way and they act honorably it is win win, if not you still win but they forgo their position. The SPC process accomplishes both the setup for the tools and separation exactly as it is meant to with flying colors. The money is easy to create once you understand the concepts properly, but a position of safety to pull the strings behind is priceless. The money means nothing without safety.
UCC§ 3-302. HOLDER IN DUE COURSE.
(1) the instrument when issued or negotiated to the holder does not bear such apparent evidence of forgery or alteration or is not otherwise so irregular or incomplete as to call into question its authenticity; and
(2) the holder took the instrument (i) for value, (ii) in good faith, (iii) without notice that the instrument is overdue or has been dishonored or that there is an uncured default with respect to payment of another instrument issued as part of the same series, (iv) without notice that the instrument contains an unauthorized signature or has been altered, (v) without notice of any claim to the instrument described in Section 3-306, and (vi) without notice that any party has a defense or claim in recoupment described in Section 3-305(a).
(b) Notice of discharge of a party, other than discharge in an insolvency proceeding, is not notice of a defense under subsection (a), but discharge is effective against a person who became a holder in due course with notice of the discharge. Public filing or recording of a document does not of itself constitute notice of a defense, claim in recoupment, or claim to the instrument.
(c) Except to the extent a transferor or predecessor in interest has rights as a holder in due course, a person does not acquire rights of a holder in due course of an instrument taken (i) by legal process or by purchase in an execution, bankruptcy, or creditor's sale or similar proceeding, (ii) by purchase as part of a bulk transaction not in ordinary course of business of the transferor, or (iii) as the successor in interest to an estate or other organization.
(d) If, under Section 3-303(a)(1), the promise of performance that is the consideration for an instrument has been partially performed, the holder may assert rights as a holder in due course of the instrument only to the fraction of the amount payable under the instrument equal to the value of the partial performance divided by the value of the promised performance.
(e) If (i) the person entitled to enforce an instrument has only a security interest in the instrument and (ii) the person obliged to pay the instrument has a defense, claim in recoupment, or claim to the instrument that may be asserted against the person who granted the security interest, the person entitled to enforce the instrument may assert rights as a holder in due course only to an amount payable under the instrument which, at the time of enforcement of the instrument, does not exceed the amount of the unpaid obligation secured.
(g) This section is subject to any law limiting status as a holder in due course in particular classes of transactions.
To open your trust account at a local bank you will need to have the following to take with you (Do NOT take additional documents it will only confuse them!).
- Abstract of Trust
- EIN Confirmation Letter
- Banking Resolution (Please note that everyone that has signed the banking resolution as an authorized representative on the account will need to be present when opening the account. If this is not possible we suggest that you alter your banking resolution to reflect the available trustees that will be present.)
Please also note that not all banks will open a business trust account, you may need to try more than one bank to find success. If you have issues at one bank simply try another.
A word to the wise is to call a few branches first and ask if you can e-mail the documentation so that their legal department can review it as you do not wish to waste a trip and time that is unnecessary.
If you’ve been denied a small-business loan, it might be because you have bad personal or business credit. Forty-five percent of small-business borrowers who get a “no” from creditors are turned down because of their credit scores, according to the Federal Reserve Banks of New York, Atlanta, Cleveland and Philadelphia. Borrowers with bad credit might also have higher interest rates, higher insurance premiums and less favorable payment terms with suppliers.
A strong business credit profile doesn’t just help you secure a loan; it’s also important for attracting new business. Unlike with personal credit reports, anyone — including potential customers, partners and suppliers — can look at your business credit report. Those parties look at your report as an employer would an individual’s resume, says Amber Colley, director of sales and partnerships at Dun & Bradstreet, a business credit bureau.
“It’s not just about finances, it’s about your credibility.”
You can get a small-business loan despite bad personal credit. But if you take steps first to build your business credit, you’ll qualify for lower interest rates, cutting the total cost of your loan. Here are five steps to build your business credit.
How to build business credit
1. Keep your information current with all three credit bureaus.
There are several credit bureaus that collect data and create business credit scores, including Dun & Bradstreet, Experian and Equifax. But compared with personal credit scores, which follow the standards set by Fair Isaac Corp. to produce a standard FICO score, business credit scores are much less streamlined. Each business credit bureau has a different formula for calculating scores, and different lenders report different types of data, says Gavin Harding, a senior business consultant at Experian.
Since you never know which credit bureau your vendors, creditors or potential customers will check, it’s smart to maintain all three. Dun & Bradstreet, for example, allows business owners to update basic business information (such as years in operation or number of employees) and upload financial statements. The more complete your profile, the better, Colley says. For more on how to monitor your score, check out our business credit score guide.
2. Establish trade lines with your suppliers.
If you buy supplies, ingredients or other materials from third-party vendors, those purchases could help build your business credit. Many suppliers extend trade credit, which means they allow you to pay several days or weeks after you receive the inventory. If you have this type of accounts-payable relationship, ask your supplier to report your payments to a business credit bureau. Your business credit score will get a boost as long as you stick to the terms of the trade agreement.
You need at least three trade lines to get a Dun & Bradstreet Paydex score, which measures past payment history. Even if you don’t work with a lot of suppliers, Colley suggests setting up trade lines with any small vendor, such as your water or office supplies distributor. If those vendors don’t report to a credit bureau, you can list them as a trade reference on your account, and Dun & Bradstreet will follow up to collect your trade data, Colley says.
3. Make payments to creditors on time or early.
Although each credit bureau uses slightly different methods of crunching business credit scores, all of them consider your history of paying creditors. To ensure a good score, make sure your payments are on time or, even better, early. Dun & Bradstreet only assigns perfect scores to those who pay early.
Nerd note: A long credit history tends to weigh favorably, so the sooner you can start establishing business credit, the better. Also, credit utilization is a factor in business credit scores — as it is with personal credit scores. So use your cards and lines of credit, but don’t max them out. Limit your spending to 20% to 30% of your credit limit.
4. Borrow from lenders that report to credit bureaus.
Small-business loans can actually boost your business credit if you make all your payments on time and the lender reports to a business credit bureau. But not all lenders do. So if you’re intent on building business credit, ask the lender whether they report before you take out a small-business loan.
Banks typically report to credit bureaus, but if you have bad credit, you probably won’t qualify for a bank loan. Many online small-business lenders — which are more willing to lend to bad-credit borrowers — also report, including OnDeck, Lending Club, Funding Circle, Fundation, Kabbage and BlueVine. However, lenders including SmartBiz, Lighter Capital, Fundbox, Dealstruck and merchant cash advance companies don’t report.
5. Keep your public records clean.
In addition to detailing your business’s history of paying creditors, your business credit report will have any public records filed in your business’s name, including bankruptcies, judgments and liens. A judgment is a court ruling; if the ruling is against you in a debt collection lawsuit, it will have a negative affect on your credit score. A lien is a creditor’s legal right to seize your property unless you pay an owed amount, such as an outstanding small-business loan or unpaid taxes.
These negative marks on your business credit report can haunt you. Bankruptcies, for example, stay on your Experian credit score for almost 10 years; tax liens, judgments and collections remain for almost seven years.
The bottom line
Building good business credit can help you get lower-interest small-business loans, business credit cards and better terms from your suppliers. It may even help attract new customers, since anyone can check your business’s credit score as a way to gauge your trustworthiness and responsibility. Your business credit score will likely vary by credit bureau because each bureau calculates scores differently. But generally, the best way to build business credit is to update your business information with business credit bureaus, establish trade lines, borrow from lenders that report to credit bureaus, and make payments early or on time.
First off, what you have to realize is that every single little thing that we do in this world, is nothing but the constant and continuous fulfillment of contract. Many people think that a piece of paper signed by a number of parties is what makes a contract, when in reality, that piece of paper is nothing but a memorial of a contract that was already made. More of a record. The contract is made when you agree, either verbally or implicitly (your actions), to whatever terms and conditions of the presented contract contain.
In a world of contracts with a commercial law system in place, every contract contains a creditor and debtor and debtors always lose. Very rarely is it a good idea to be a debtor. And how you can tell who the creditor and debtor is, is by knowing who is in honor with the contract, and who is in dishonor. When you dishonor a contract, you are a debtor. Creditors win and collect, debtors lose and pay.
Whenever you ignore or reject a contract, you are in dishonor. Whenever you accept a contract, you are a creditor. Now when most people hear this, they think, “Well how on earth could I possibly accept every single contract presented to me?” Obviously, if someone comes up to you and says hey, give me your car, you’re not going to say, “Well Matt said I have to accept every contract so I guess you can have it.” Fortunately, there’s few different ways to accept a contract and this is really where a true creditors/sovereigns power lies.
You can just accept the contract, you can accept it through your actions without ever saying anything, and there’s the conditional acceptance. The conditional acceptance is where your power lies.
When you understand that everything is contracts, you are well on your way to true sovereignty. This basic fundamental is very often overlooked by aspiring sovereigns and patriots alike and is the reason why they end up in trouble and worse, in prison. They don’t know why they are doing the things they are doing and don’t know how to handle what’s thrown at them.
ACCEPTANCE THROUGH YOUR ACTIONS
This is where people get into trouble. We’ll use the IRS as an example. We’ve all heard countless horror stories about the people’s run in with the IRS.
Contrary to what most people believe, the IRS for example, has absolutely no rights or interest in ANY of our property, until WE give it to them. How is it that the IRS can seize your home, which you may own free and clear and is worth $200,000, for $1,000 in taxes that you haven’t paid? What happens is that many people don’t believe they actually owe the tax, so they don’t pay it and they ignore the correspondences sent by the IRS, which is their attempt to collect what they think you owe them.
What you don’t realize is that when the IRS sends a correspondence or letter to your house demanding payment, they also put the consequences of not paying right on the letter. Most will ignore it or fight it (when you fight it or argue with them, you’re giving merit to their claim, which makes them the creditor and you the debtor). They think to themselves, “They can’t do that. I don’t owe any tax,” or “The IRS and all of their taxes are illegal, so I’m just going to ignore this.”
You’re doing what’s known as an implied acceptance. It’s an acceptance through your actions or lack thereof. It’s called tacit acquiescence. When you ignore or don’t address the contract presented to you, you have just dishonored the parties offer, which makes you the debtor, all through tacit acquiescence (implied acceptance through your actions or lack thereof).
The consequences the IRS will put in their letter to you, is your consent for them to levy any and all bank accounts and seizure of property in order to settle the alleged amount. I invite you to read a letter from the IRS to confirm this. When you dishonor their offer, you literally give them permission to do everything they said they were going to do. YOU literally GIVE THEM permission, through your implied acceptance, to levy your accounts and seize your property.
Whether or not the IRS had any rights, titles, or interest in your property before this contract is completely irrelevant. The IRS now has a contract, verified by a third party witness (usually a notary public) that certified your dishonor (if you ignored it), giving them all of the rights they need to seize your property. ALL BECAUSE YOU GAVE IT TO THEM!
THE POWER OF CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE
Conditional acceptance is where a sovereigns true power resides. Once you understand how to properly harness this power, everything else kind of falls in place, especially freedom.
When you do a conditional acceptance, which is made possible by contract law, you are accepting the party’s offer condition upon certain requirements that you set forth. In other words, you agree to do whatever it is that the offerer is requesting if he/she does what you require first.
For example, let’s say your neighbor sends you a letter saying that you owe him $100. You know you already paid him back but you also know, that if you argue with him, you’ll be giving merit to his claim, which will make you the debtor, and him the creditor, and if you ignore or reject his offer, you’ll be in dishonor, making you the debtor. So you decide to act like a true sovereign and conditionally accept his offer upon proof of claim via signed affidavit, signing under his full commercial liability, that you haven’t already settled and closed that account.
What this does is it puts the burden of proof onto him. He now has to prove that you haven’t already paid him back. This comes from a maxim law, “The burden of proof lies on the one who makes a claim.” A maxim law is a self evident truth. It’s a law that society has accepted as common sense and a part of every day life. I’ll be doing a post on maxim laws a little bit later.
But now, there’s a few things that can happen. When you send your conditional acceptance letter back to your neighbor, you have a third party witness, usually a notary public, certify that you did indeed send it, and that the person you’re sending it to has however many days you set forth to respond, or they will certify his non-response/non-performance. This way, if your neighbor ever wants to take you to court, you have prime facie evidence that you can send in to the private side of the court that you did indeed try to resolve the issue, and you even have a contract that your neighbor agreed to, when he didn’t respond or didn’t rebut your conditional acceptance.
Now, let’s back up just a little bit. When you send your conditional acceptance to your neighbor, in it, you’re going to put your own terms and conditions of the contract. So really what you’re doing is re-contracting with your neighbor. In your affidavit (most conditional acceptances, at least the ones I do, are in the form of an affidavit), you put how long your neighbor has to respond, that you’d be more than happy to pay condition upon proof of claim, and what will happen if he doesn’t respond or perform, which will include the fact that no such debt exists. When your neighbor doesn’t do this, he has, through tacit acquiescence, agreed to your terms and conditions. You now have a contract with your neighbor, certified by a third party witness, that you can use to defend yourself should he ever try to take you to court for it.
This is just a brief description of how powerful conditional acceptance is, and really just the basics of how it works. You still need to do a lot of due diligence and research on how to properly use it and I’ll be doing more posts on it soon to help you along your way. In the meantime, a great resource for learning about contracts and conditional acceptance is the creditors in commerce website, which I believe is part of this forum as well. So make sure you start studying. Until next time.
People often create trusts to help them manage their assets. Here’s a quickie on the basics of a trust, along with a description of common uses.
A trust is created by the grantor (that’s you). The grantor writes the rules governing how the trust is to operate, what it is to do, and how and when to do it. If the trust is revocable, you can change the rules at any time. If the trust is irrevocable, you can’t. (Each form has advantages and disadvantages, including tax implications.)
When creating the trust, you appoint a trustee, who will have the job of managing the trust and its assets. (People often appoint themselves to serve as trustee.) The trustee must follow the trust’s rules, although, some trusts let the trustee use discretion in certain matters.
After you create the trust, it receives gifts from a donor (that’s also usually you, although you might permit your trust to receive gifts from others in addition to you or instead of you). The trustee collects the gifts and invests the money in accordance with the rules of the trust. As a result, the trust will find itself with three things: principal (the money it was given, also called the corpus), interest and dividends earned on the principal (called income), and profits (if any) from increases in value enjoyed by the principal (called capital gains). The rules you’ve written for the trust will determine who gets the income, capital gains and, ultimately, the principal. The recipient is called the beneficiary.
Some trusts have lots of beneficiaries. They can be family members, friends, or charities — anyone you want, in any combination. Some trusts give the income to certain beneficiaries, while others get the capital gains and still others get the corpus — with the trust itself stating who is to get what and when (or under what conditions). It’s the trustee’s job to make sure all this happens in accordance with the provisions of the trust.
Because different trusts do different things, it’s routine for people to have more than one. In fact, having four or five trusts is not uncommon. In some cases, trusts are even created by other trusts or in a will!
Bypass Trusts. Also called the credit shelter trust, marital trust, and family trust, this trust is designed to help a married couple avoid estate taxes. Each person may pass to heirs a certain amount of money at death with no estate tax. The bypass trust can increase this. Because tax laws vary year to year, contact us or your estate planning lawyer to make sure you have current information.
Special Needs Trusts. This trust provides financial support to a person who is unable to manage his or her own financial affairs. To avoid the risk of interfering with the support that’s otherwise available from social services, the trustee may not want to use these assets for housing, clothing or food.
Spendthrift Trusts. Instead of leaving an heir a bucket of money that he or she may quickly squander, you place that inheritance into this trust. The trust would then distribute the inheritance to the heir later, perhaps when the heir reaches a certain age, or in the form of an allowance, or for specific expenses, such as college or medical expenses.
Life Insurance Trusts. For high net-worth individuals, owning their own life insurance is a big mistake — because the death benefit is subject to estate taxes. To solve this problem, have a life insurance trust own your policy. Instead of paying for the insurance yourself, you’d give that money to the trust, which would pay the premium for you. The trust would be the beneficiary, and your heirs would be the beneficiaries of the trust. An additional benefit of a life insurance trust: Instead of beneficiaries automatically getting the insurance proceeds immediately upon your death, you can instruct the trust to distribute the money to the heirs more slowly (see Spendthrift Trust above).
Charitable Remainder Trusts. If you plan to donate assets to a charity after your death, you may find it beneficial, instead, to donate to a CRT now. By doing so, you get a tax deduction right now for your gift. You also can name yourself as the income beneficiary (giving yourself an annual income) and the charity gets what’s left after your death, tax free — just as you’ve intended. If you’re concerned that making the gift to the CRT denies your children their inheritance, you can buy a life insurance policy equal to the size of your gift, naming your children as beneficiaries of the insurance, using some of the trust’s income to pay the policy’s premiums (see Insurance Trust above).
QTIP Trusts. Say you die leaving a spouse, minor children and assets. Further, say your spouse remarries, then dies. Result: Your spouse’s new spouse gets all your money, and your children are left with nothing. (We’ve seen this happen too many times.) To avoid this scenario, consider the Qualified Terminal Interest Property Trust. Instead of leaving your assets to your spouse when you die, you leave your assets to the QTIP trust. The trust gives income to your surviving spouse for his or her lifetime. But when your spouse dies, the assets remain in the trust for the benefit of your children. Because your spouse doesn’t directly own the assets, he or she can’t convey them to a new spouse and his or her own heirs.
Living Trusts. This tool is designed to pass your assets to heirs without going through probate. Also, it can help insure that your assets will be used for your benefit and welfare if you become unable to manage your own affairs.
Generation-Skipping Trusts. Such trusts, intended for truly wealthy estates, can preserve your assets for several generations while avoiding estate taxes. You can fund a GST with the same amount as the bypass trust for the benefit of your grandchildren and great grandchildren, and the assets will appreciate free of income and estate taxes. Such assets can also be protected from creditors.
An irrevocable trust can't be modified or terminated without the permission of the beneficiary. The grantor, having transferred assets into the trust, effectively removes all of his rights of ownership to the assets and the trust. This is the opposite of a revocable trust, which allows the grantor to modify the trust.
These are examples of a few kinds of trusts and is in no way the only kind of trust options.
The beneficiary, not the trust, pays the income tax on the taxable amount of the distributions. Generally, if an amount is distributed from a trust, that amount is considered to come out of current-year income first, then from accumulated capital or principal.
No, it is not necessary when creating a UBOT (Unincorporated Business Organization Trust.
To elaborate a bit, the only time it would be necessary to register the entity with the state would be if the bank refused to open your account, this is a very rare occurrence. In such a situation you have a couple of options,Find another bank, go to another state to open the account, or give in and register the entity with the state. The last option being the least favorable and also violating the privacy of the trust.
Watch this tutorial video on "An Overview on Tort Law."
Government officers may harm persons in many ways. When an official inflicts a physical injury, causes emotional distress, publishes defamatory statements, or initiates a malicious prosecution, the victim's traditional recourse is a tort suit brought under common law or statutory principles. But an alternative to ordinary tort may also be available. The growth of damage remedies for constitutional violations in the decades following Monroe v. Pape has encouraged litigants to frame their cases as breaches of the Constitution. These litigants may sue for damages under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 when the offender is a state employee, or assert the damages cause of action implied from the Constitution in Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Federal Narcotics Agents if the defendant is a federal officer. In either case the Court's task is to fix the boundary of constitutional tort. It must determine whether the plaintiff has a good claim for breach of a substantive constitutional right, or instead must sue under ordinary tort law. In this Article I examine the Supreme Court's response to the constitutional theory of recovery. I suggest that the Court's efforts at separating common law torts from constitutional violations may be evaluated along two dimensions. One inquiry addresses the substantive merits of the Court's doctrine. It examines the ends the Court has sought to attain and asks how well the Court has done at achieving those aims. The other set of questions focuses on the Court's methodology and asks whether the Court has adequately explained its rulings in terms of widely accepted means of adjudicating constitutional cases, such as analysis of the text, the framers' intent, precedent, and constitutional values.
Michael L. Wells. "Constitutional Torts, Common Law Torts, and Due Process of Law" (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/michael_wells/32/
Honestly, your better off creating bonds and leveraging them to create wealth than to try to use the TDA to create wealth. Even if you invest the time to dissect it, there are still no guarantees. With wealth creation leveraging others capital there is.
Once you become an Spc and file your master bond, how do you divert funds or interest into the treasurydirect.gov, in order to withdraw funds with a direct express card?
Generally, if they are not forthcoming with funds you would use other methods to fund the accounts. Such as issuing new bonds and such until you are able to track locate and seize the previously issued instruments depending on what you find on them as holder in due course.
What are the appropriate steps on “how to set up your UCC account” and “How to set up your treasury direct account”?
That process is accomplished in the updated SPC process. It is done using “Treasury Direct Account Authorization” under OMB # 1535-0138 and “Durable Power of Attorney for Securities and Savings Bonds Transaction” under OMB # 1535-0069. The “UCC Account” is a reference to the creation in the process as a whole and is a topical term not the account itself…
§ 506.1 OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act.
(a)Purpose. This part collects and displays the control numbers assigned to information collection requirements contained in regulations of the Office of Thrift Supervision by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, Pub. L. 104-13, 109 Stat. 163, and is adopted in compliance with the requirements of 5 CFR 1320.8. Information collection requirements that are not mandated by statute must be assigned control numbers by OMB in order to be enforceable. Respondents/record keepers are not required to comply with any collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.
Simply asked, In order for the department of treasury to transfer money to your UBOT account at a FDIC bank, do you have to setup a TreasuryDirect account and have the secretary of treasury deposit credits into that account from your UCC Contract Trust Account and transmit the funds to the bank from that account?
YOU DON’T! You are attempting to use a private instrument publicly. You are looking for serious issues. If you want to create funds on the public side do so, issue new bonds. DO NOT use the one filed privately, it has already served its purpose.
Remedy for Release Program (RFRP) is a multi step program that helps to create a solid foundation by first establishing the Secured Party Creditor Process, then goes on to establish all necessary facts using Conditional Acceptance for Value (Proof of Claims), and finally goes after the wrongs committed against a man/woman using a Tort. Some may have heard of the process referred to as Private International Administrative Process (PIAP for short). What this is intended to do overall is Investigate and void illegitimate or unfounded burdens initially placed without authority or in error. Please, Note: All parties must first have all pertinent documents reviewed to determine eligibility.