RULES OF THE GAME

RULES OF THE GAME

RULE # 1: The fiction and real cannot mix. The public and the private cannot mix.

You cannot create a public debt.

That is against the law.

A creditor can issue a bond (evidence of a public debt) and use the bond to discharge other public debts. You cannot use the public federal reserve routing numbers on the private credit instruments you issue. Those routing numbers are public.

You cannot use the pre-printed public bank checks to represent your private credit.

Those checks are public.

Your credit instruments use your private routing number (EIN) with the closed account number.

You are a private banker.

The closed account number was accepted and put on a UCC-1.

Your acceptance of the account number takes it to the private side for adjustment and setoff.

You gave notice to the Secretary of the Treasury, or his predecessor, that you had accepted the account as collateral.

Your secured party collateral rights are private.

You are a secured party on the private side even without filing a UCC-1.

The UCC-1 is to give notice on the public side of your collateral rights.

That is why you can use the account for adjustment and setoff of public debts.

There is no money on the private side.

Debt is used on the public side to discharge other public debts.

There is no money on the public side either, but debt is accepted “as money”.

The debts that are owed to you by the public, can be used to discharge public debts.

A debt is a liability to the debtor and an asset to the creditor.

You are the creditor, so you are using your asset, a bond, each time you use your credit.

You can bond your bill of exchange, or use a bond.

Either way, it is a bond (evidence of a public debt owed to you) that discharges the public debt.

If the State cannot file a claim against you, because it is a fictitious entity and you are a real man, then it must file a claim against a straw man to get to you. What is it trying to get? Does it want your body in jail? The money in your bank account? Your house? Your business?

The answer is NO. It wants your credit. It already has the rest of it, because everything is either registered or found on registered property. The State does not want the things that are held in the name of the straw man, but it has no compunction against taking those things, if you dishonor it in any way. All those things,; except your body, belong to the straw man, which is an officer, agent, or employee of the US or one of its      ,

States. They do not belong to you. The “money” (FRN’s) belongs to the Federal Reserve, because it   is the entity that created it. The straw man just gets to use it as long as it follows the federal reserve rules. The title to the real property associated with your house is held by the straw man. The business license for your business was issued to the straw man. The registration for the car names the straw man as the owner. The driver’s license was issued to the straw man. None of those assets belong to you. They are all pieces of paper that belong to the straw man, UNLESS it fails to follow the rules.

The presentment has a complainant – a moving party. What is it trying to move? What is its complaint? It is usually using a statute as the grounds for the complaint. If public and private can’t mix, the complaint must be against the public straw man – not you. Why would the State care if a piece of paper violated a public (fictitious) law? What is the motivation?

The State is trying to move you to let it use your credit. If you refuse, the State can move the court to grant relief from your dishonor. Does the State really have a complaint, or is it just asking for your help? Maybe its complaint is that it is out of “money”. There is no money. None on the private side (gold and silver). None on the public side (except your credit).

What does the office manager do when it needs more money for paperclips? It requisitions the guys on the top floor for money to buy more paperclips. Do the bosses say, “No Way!”? Of course not! That would be counter-productive to the purpose of the business. Think of the State as your business. You need to be sure there are enough paperclips, or the business may fail. Why would you refuse to honor the requisition? Why would you argue about whether or not the requisition form was filled out properly? Why would you deny that you are the proper party to fulfill the requisition? Why would you ignore the requisition? Why would you get mad and start charging the messenger with fraud? If you ignore the requisitions and spend all your business’s money trying not to fulfill the requisitions, the business will fail. Where would that leave you? Your business is down the tubes. You might be in jail for breach of contract. Your property has been taken to pay the corporate attorneys. Your money is gone. All the people who depended on your business have to find other sources of your products and services. You are a very irresponsible business man. If you had just honored the requisition, you would still be on the top floor. Instead, the trust assets are gone and you are making license plates.

The State has no substance. It has no money. It has no inherent right to anything, except what it has created

  • like the straw man. It has a very important function. It has been charged with providing for the means by which you can go into grocery stores, gas stations, libraries, shopping malls, airports, car dealerships, and WalMarts. If it does not get “money” from somewhere, it cannot continue to provide the infrastructure you find so convenient. The only source it has is taxes. License, permit, and registration fees are a source of income for the State, but that is not sufficient for the giant octopus feeding machine we have grown to love and depend on. It needs to feed off your credit, and if you don’t voluntarily let the State use it, the State will use your dishonor to take it.

If you have filed a claim against the straw man, the State doesn’t even control that anymore. If you have named the Secretary of State as the secured party, it has additional expenses as trustee of the property held in the name of that straw man. The situation is getting worse for the State. Where will it get the money it needs to continue supplying all the services you expect from it? It has to go to you and ask you for your credit.

Have you ever had to ask your dad for financial help after you left his house and were out on your own? It is embarrassing! The State does not want to just ask if it can use your credit. It will have to find creative ways to ask for it, get it, and save face in the process.

The trick is for the State to ask for your help without the un-enlightened persons/US citizens being able to see it. The State must have your credit, AND it is going to get it one way or the other. It is going to get it the easy way or the hard way. It is all up to you.

So the only thing the State can’t take is your body and other substance in your possession, UNLESS you voluntarily authorized the State to use it. You always have a choice to retain possession of your substance, or let the State take possession of it. Remember, possession is 9/10 of the law. What is the other I/10then? HONOR

RULE # 2: Stay in honor at all costs.

Your mission should you decide to accept it, is to honor the State when it asks you (in its aggressive way), to let it use your credit (exemption). The State is raising you up as a creditor every time it gives you a presentment. It is your choice. You can honor the State by accepting its presentment and issuing an authorization VOLUNTARILY for it to get enough of your credits to equal the value of its presentment – dollar for dollar, OR You can VOLUNTARILY dishonor the State by refusing, arguing, making it prove its claim, or defending the straw man. pretending the State has no right to make its claim.

Wow! That is a hard choice. You can voluntarily authorize the State’s use of your exemption, or you can voluntarily dishonor the State, at which time it will use your dishonor to take property from the straw man or take your body and collect rent while you sit in jail. Gee – What should I do? What should I do?

There is an easy way and a hard way. The choice is always yours. The State is only following your lead. If you argue or defend, it gets to use your exemption AND maybe take some of your possessions besides. If you accept and authorize the State to use your exemption, it is required to accept it. What do you have to lose? Is your exemption limited? Can it be depleted? No. What difference does it make if the State gets your exemption? The difference is, the grocery stores and WalMarts stay open. The fire department responds to fire calls. The garbage trucks pick up your garbage, and the streets are repaired.

If you understand how to stay in honor, it is a win / win situation. If you do not know how to stay in honor, it might be a win / lose situation, with you losing. The State will get what it wants either way.

RULE # 3: There is no money.

What, do you use to pay your bills? If there is no money, what does the State use to pay its bills? Do you really have any bills? Who’s name in on the contract with the electric company, the mortgage, the credit card, or the student loan? It isn’t your name. It is a straw man’s name.

The constitution says … no state shall make any thing but gold or silver coin a tender in payment of debts. Well, there it is – a prohibition against the states. Does it say the United States or its agents can’t use something other than gold or silver for payment of debts? No! Since there is no gold or silver coin in circulation in the United States, and all the businesses you have grown to love are in the United States, it is a good thing the United States has created a straw man for you to control and federal reserve notes for it to use like you would use money, if you had some.

The straw man is able to pay all its bills with federal reserve notes. You can’t, but the straw man can. Isn’t it great that you control a straw man/person? The trouble is — the straw man can’t get a real title to anything it “buys” with federal reserve notes. You can get possession of the substance, but you only get to retain possession as long as you stay in honor. The straw man stay sin equity honor, and you fulfill your fiduciaiy duties as the presumed trustee. If you choose to go into dishonor, you voluntarily give up possession of whatever property the State wants to take to get the credits it needs to keep its business ventures going. • Nothing personal – Just business.

Rule # 4 : Do not participate in public plays.

When the State invites a straw man to participate in one of its revenue events, you have options. The presumption is that you will volunteer to represent the accused straw man. They are pretty sure you will do that because you always have before. Think of the event as a play. The play has actors with scripts. Each actor knows the plot, his lines, and the outcome. Their play has been practiced over and over in every county in every state. The outcome, is almost always the same. A man (not one of the scheduled actors) crashes into their play, and carries out the plot. Without the man, the whole plot changes. The outcome changes. They need the man to get the same ending as they always have before. When the man does not participate in the play, there is confusion and chaos. The planned script does not work without the man.

The usual scenario includes the man volunteering to represent the accused straw man, as a trustee. Each time a straw man is charged a new trust is created. It is even possible that each time the straw man’s name is spelled in a slightly different way in the complaining presentment, a different trust is created. There might be 2 or 4 different trusts referenced in the same presentment. Each trust is going to produce income for the plaintiff, IF the script is followed as planned.

It all has to do with trusts.

Everywhere you look, there are trusts. The straw man is a trust when it is named on a complaint, indictment, or traffic ticket. Sometimes it is a cestu que trust when it is the beneficiary of another trust. Sometimes it is the trustor of another trust. Sometimes it is a corporation sole. Sometimes it is a defendant. Sometimes it is a plaintiff. Sometimes it is a debtor. Sometimes it is a creditor. Sometimes it is a secured party. It is a very versatile vehicle or tool.

There are always at least three parties to a trust. No one OWNs a trust on the private side; but on the public side, there is always a “responsible party”, who is deemed to be the owner to the trust. This is a fallacy that is often used by the State in relation to trusts that have real property as the trust corpus. They always want to know who the owner of the trust is. A trust is just an agreement among three or more parties. The trustee holds the legal title to the trust corpus, and is the one deemed to be the owner of the public trust. It is useless to argue with public persons about the status of a “private” trust, “common law” trust, “pure” trust, etc. If the trust holds public property or is involved with federal reserve notes, it qualifies as a public trust. The beneficiary holds the equitable title to the trust corpus. The title is bifurcated.

Trust: A legal entity created by a grantor for the benefit of designated beneficiaries under the laws of the state and the valid trust instrument.

Indenture: The document which contains the terms and conditions which govern the conduct of the trustee and the rights of the beneficiaries.

Exchanger: (exchange) To part with, give or transfer for an equivalent.

Trustor: One who creates a trust. Also called settor.

Settlor: The grantor or donor in a deed of settlement. Also, one who creates a trust.

Trust corpus: [trust property] The property which is the subject matter of the trust. The trust res. Creator: One who creates

Trustee: Person holding property in trust. One who holds legal title to property “in trust” for the benefit of another person (beneficiary) and who must carry out specific duties with regard to the property.

Legal title: One which is complete and perfect so far as regards the apparent right of ownership and possession, but which carries no beneficial interest in the property, another person being equitably entitled thereto.

Beneficiary: One who benefits from act of another

Equitable title: A right in the party to whom it belongs to have the legal title transferred to him; or the beneficial interest of one person whom equity regards as the real owner

Surety: A person who is primarily liable for payment of debt or performance of obligation of another.

Creditor: One to whom money is due, and, in ordinary acceptation, has reference to financial or business transactions.

For the original straw man trust, Mom was the Exchanger / Trustor / Settlor

Your mother applied to the State of _____ for the creation of a trust. She chose the date of birth for it. She chose its name. She requested evidence that it had been created = a birth certificate. She was the informant. She delivered the paper description of the original property to the trust Creator. It was a description of the real substance. The paper description was the original trust corpus. More trust property can be added later.

The State of__________ was the Creator of the original trust.

The State complied with mom’s request and created a straw man with the name and date of birth your mother requested. She applied for a Social Security number for it. She put it into commerce by getting it medical records, a day care center matriculation number, a public school matriculation number, a little league ID number, a library card number, etc., etc., etc. Sometimes the Creator is also the original Exchanger, Trustor, or Settlor.

Who is the beneficiary of the original trust?

The beneficiary changes each time a new trust is created. You are the original beneficiary though, IF you choose to use your beneficial interest. If you choose not to use it,’ the citizens of the state that created it are the beneficiaries. This is part of the Highest and Best Use principle. If the property is not being put to its highest and best use, it can be “bonrowed” for a time and put to better use. You have not been using it. You have not filed any claims against it, so why should it just sit there not being used? That first trust was created for your benefit, if you choose to use it. Remember, the reason the first party (creator) creates a trust, is for the second party (trustee) to manage the trust corpus for the benefit of a third party (beneficiary).

What is the trust corpus?

The State complied with mom’s request and created a straw man with the name and date of birth she requested. Mom is the one who put your physical description on the application for the certificate / evidence that the trust had been created. She “delivered” the description (7 pounds 11 ounces, 19 lA inches long, and a footprint). All of this was on paper. The paper is the trust corpus. That was the consideration that was exchanged into the original trust. Exchanged for what? — the ability to gain possession (not title) of houses, cars, shoes, books, etc. without paying for them.

She applied for a Social Security number for it. She put it into commerce by getting it medical records, a day care center matriculation number, a public school matriculation number, a little league ID number, a library card, etc., etc., etc. All of these paper contracts between the trust and agencies of municipal corporations are trust assets. These are all part of the trust corpus – the trust property. They are all property that can be used as evidence of contractual obligations the trust has OR as collateral for debts the trust owes. It appears the trust is using your description and your credit to gain assets. It has an obligation to you. Maybe these assets can be considered benefits for which you owe an obligation because of your close relationship with the trust, OR these assets can be considered collateral for the debt the trust owes to you.

Who is the trustee?

On the private side, if an appointed trustee resigns or dies, the trust corpus reverts to the beneficiaries or back to the trustor. It is useless to create a trust without appointing a trustee. The trust created by the state upon mom’s request must also have a trustee. The problem is, depending on how it is going to be used; the creation of the trust is a matter of construction and operation of law. This is a constructive trust.

Constructive trust: Trust created by operation of law against one who by actual or constructive fraud, by duress or by abuse of confidence, or by commission of wrong, or by any form of unconscionable conduct, or other questionable means, has obtained or holds legal right to property which he should not, in equity and good conscience, hold and enjoy.

Construction: Drawing conclusions respecting subjects that, i.e. beyond the direct expression of the term.

Operation of law: This term expresses the manner in which rights, and sometimes liabilities, devolve upon a person by the mere application to the particular transaction of the established rules of law, without the act or co-operation of the party himself.

Default: An omission of that which ought to be done. Specifically, the omission or failure to perform a legal or contractual duty.

There can be more than one trustee for a trust. One trustee may have the duty of performing certain functions for the trust. Another trustee may perform different functions. The identity of the trustee or trustees of these “individual” trusts is often not expressed, as there is no requirement for there to even be a written trust indenture, On the public side, there must always be a default trustee, if no one volunteers to fulfill the duties of the trustee. When a corporation or limited liability company is created, the statutory default managing officer is the Secretary of State of the state where the entity is being created. In some cases, the SOS would be the logical default trustee. In other cases, the lack of a trustee may result in a presumption that you are the trustee.

Trustees have a fiduciary duty to manage the trust honorably and for the benefit of the beneficiary. A trustee cannot use the trust for personal gain. A trustee that is acting outside his duty or not performing at all is in breach of his fiduciary duty. That is not tolerated on the private side or the public side. Trustees in breach of their fiduciary duty are held personally responsible for the breach and take on the financial penalties for their actions (malfeasance) or lack of action (nonfeasance).

Here is an example of a typical court scenario when the man participates:

An investigator from ABC agency of a municipal corporation has filed an information with a prosecuting attorney. On the public side, affidavits are not required. The informant is not required to sign an affidavit and submit it to the attorney to commence a public action against the individual being investigated.

Affidavits were required in equity when someone wanted to file a claim in court. In admiralty in the public box, affidavits are no longer required. They have been replaced with what is called an information. An affidavit is signed under oath. The statements made in an affidavit are the signer’s bond. His word is his bond. The affidavit formerly bonded the case. Now that there are no affidavits, there are no bonds to bond the cases.

The prosecuting attorney has to decide whether or not to commence an action. The informant may have already competed an administrative process (IRS – 90 day letter, 30 day letter, 10 day letter) for the attorney to use as the basis for bringing the action. It may not have even started an administrative process. Nine

times out of ten, the administrative process is not needed, because they are almost sure you will agree (without knowing it) to represent the accused individual (the trust) by volunteering to act as its trustee. The attorney is going to create a new trust to be the accused on the complaint or indictment. If you go into contempt for defending and not taking responsibility for that new trust, you will either pay with the trust corpus, OR you will go to jail, and your credit (exemption) will be tapped during the time they are housing and feeding you and giving you medical treatment. The trust corpus might include the balance in a bank account, a title to real property or a car, or any other public asset.

Creator

The attorney is the creator of the accused trust. It might be JOHN HENRY DOE. Notice that they never put your name on a complaint, indictment, or traffic ticket. Even if it is written in upper case and lower case letters, it is still a fiction and a trust. We cannot mix public and private.

Trust name

The name of the trust is JOHN HENRY DOE. In the body of the complaint, a reference may be made to JOHN H DOE or JOHN DOE or John Doe. This is how the judgment can be multiplied. These might all be new trusts against which the final judgment can be applied, and for which it is presumed you will volunteer to be the trustee, and through which you will be presumed to be the surety. The trust is expected to be the defendant. The question is — who is the trustee and who is taking responsibility for the trust activities?

Trustor

The attorney is also the trustor. He is putting the trust corpus into the trust. That is the charge. It is a debt (liability) on the public side, and an credit (asset) on the private side. We have always presumed a charge is a bad thing. It is only bad if the man is found in contempt of the process, or of the attorney, or of the judge, or of a number of other possibilities. It is very easy to go into contempt. If you don’t agree to take responsibility, you will be in contempt of our presumed fiduciary duty. Creditors do not go into contempt.

Beneficiary

The beneficiary is the State of___________ , which is also the plaintiff in the case. It is the person that stands to

gain from the charges (trust corpus), but it only has the equitable interest in the trust corpus. It does not have the liability of being the trustee. The beneficiary has an attorney bring the complaint. That way, the beneficiary in not help responsible for bringing a claim without a bond (evidence of a debt). The attorney does it instead. The beneficiary has to hold onto its creditor position, and can’t if it brings unfounded claims. The plaintiff seldom signs the compliant. The attorney’s signature is usually the only one on it.

Trustee

This is the trust position that carries all the liability. The trustee has a fiduciary duty to manage this trust property for the benefit of the State of_______________ . If is does not, the trustee accepts the responsibility for the losses suffered by the beneficiary, the State.

There is no appointed trustee. There is a presumption that there will be a trustee when it is needed. The attorney has the complaint served on the original trust with a name like the accused individual (the defendant trust). Someone has to represent the defendant.

At this point the only representative for the trust is its creator, the prosecuting attorney, which has made a commitment to the beneficiary. Once the charge is signed by the attorney and delivered to someone who might volunteer to be the trustee, the attorney does not even have the option of withdrawing the charge without the defendant’s agreement (Rules of Court). Since the complaint was delivered into your hands, as the presumed trustee and surety, you have to agree to the withdrawal of the charges before they can be withdrawn.                                 ,   /

As soon as you hire a good attorney or decide to defend the trust yourself, the liability has moved from the prosecuting attorney to you. The fact that you are defending, all by itself, is a dishonor. Anything other than fullout acceptance is a dishonor. Your dishonor is what gives the prosecuting attorney the energy to bond the case. All cased have to be bonded. Whoever bonds the case is the creditor. Whoever is in dishonor is the debtor. They need you to dishonor the process, the attorneys, or the judge to have the standard script result in the standard outcome. If you fail to immediately go into dishonor, there will be plenty of opportunities in the script for you to carry out the plot – to get you into dishonor.

You can plead Not Guilty, testify, defend, call witnesses, question witnesses, file motions, file a counter suit, answer questions, or not respond at all —just to name a few ways to volunteer to be the trustee and to be in dishonor. Your voluntary dishonor will authorize the use of your credit to bond the case. Since you did not voluntarily bond the case, you are in dishonor.

Surety

Since the standard script will be used for the court event, it is likely the man who has volunteered to be the trustee for the accused trust, will defend the trust. That will guarantee the standard outcome. The defendant will be found guilty and the trust corpus will be liquidated enough to “pay” the judgment debt. If the event involves criminal charges, the man’s body will be jailed so the state can RE – VENUE the man’s credit from the private into the public state. This is what keeps the public machine running. REVENUE. The man will be the surety for the judgment debtor once the trust is found guilty.

Plaintiff

The state (beneficiary) is the plaintiff and presumed creditor, as long as the man plays by the standard script. Defendant

The prosecuting attorney needs to have a volunteer to defend the trust, or he will be stuck representing the accused trust himself. He is the defendant, but does not plan on holding that position very long. With the help of the judge and the defense attorney, the prosecuting attorney will be able to pass the liability on to the trust and its representative and surety – you – but you have to go into dishonor for this to happen.

All charges, arguments, and testimony is dangerous in the public court.

Remember it is not your court. They can only see fictions, so if you are testifying, you are recognized only as the representative of the fiction. The “I’m not that person.” challenge is an argument. The judge already knows you are not a piece of paper, but if you are talking to him, he presumes you are the trustee for the trust (paper). In that capacity, he can talk to you. He is expecting you to breach your fiduciary duties by going into dishonor. Then they win – you lose. You want a win / win situation.

Be careful even with the copyright. If you can bring the copyright into the case without testifying (through third party witnesses), you may be able to stave off a demand for trust property. If you have already given the right to use the now-copyrighted name to a corporation, you cannot revoke it that authorization after the fact. You may have done they by applying for a loan. You gave them the use of the name on the application. You can give the use of the name on a driver’s license application. You are the one who tells them what name to put on the license. You can’t come back later and charge them for using the name you previously gave them. If there is no driver’s license application, you may be able to give notice of the copyright to the officer, and then enforce the copyright violation because he had notice of your restrictions to the use of that name. Even if the car is registered with the State, you may be able to use the Copyright in this situation, if you know how and do not dishonor your own claim to being the private owner of the name.

Here is a different scenario when the man does NOT participate:

An investigator from ABC agency of a municipal corporation has filed an information with a prosecuting attorney. Before things get this far, you should have completed your administrative procedure on the activity that is the subject matter of the court case.

The prosecuting attorney has decided to commence an action. The attorney creates a new trust to be the accused on the complaint or indictment, which is delivered into your hands.

This time you accept the presentment for value, return it, and authorize the use of your credit, and bond the case. You give nptice to the public of these private actions you have taken. You use third parties to testify to the agreement of the parties of the dishonor of the plaintiff, if necessary. You do not get involved in the issues of the case other than the agreement of the parties. You can bond the case. You do not have to be the trustee and represent the accused trust to take responsibility for its presumed violations of the State’s statutes. You are one of the people. You are a creditor with priority over fictions. You are the One — the One who has the power to create a Win / Win situation for all parties.

Creator

The prosecuting attorney is still the creator.

Trust name

The name of the trust is still JOHN HENRY DOE.

Trustor

The prosecuting attorney is still putting the charge into the trust as the corpus.

Beneficiary

The beneficiary is still the State of__________ .

Trustee

Since you have not volunteered to be the trustee, the prosecuting attorney is still the responsible party. You are the one who accepted delivery of the complaint that was sent to the trust over which you are presumed to be the trustee. If you can stay in honor while you take on the obligations of the trust, by using your exemption and your credit as surety for the trust, you will be fine. You can argue with the attorneys and the judge and the witnesses and the clerk, showing how bad a trustee you are. OR You can accept the State’s request for revenue and authorize the use of your exemption (credit). It is your choice.

Surety

The suretyship on this case can be shared. Suretyship is a voluntary act. You can volunteer to be the surety using your exemption (credit). Someone else can volunteer to dishonor someone or to dishonor the process, thereby becoming the surety. Free will is always a factor here. The big question is — who will be the surety? Since there seldom is a bond in the case until after the trial is over, you can present your bond to bond the case.

Plaintiff

Whoever bonds the case is the plaintiff. Charges cannot be brought unless there is a bond. If the man supplies the bond, the man is the creditor. The tables can turn. You can do a counterclaim by removing the case into another court for judicial review of your administrative process and get an estoppel on their case.

Defendant

The prosecuting attorney is the defendant, unless there is a defense attorney who has put a notice of appearance into the case. If so, then the defense attorney is the defendant. As the creditor, you can authorize ; the prosecuting attorney, or defense attorney if he has filed his notice of appearance, to write the check to settle the account. The check is backed by your bond.

See Creditor and Their Bonds for complete Document

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