Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Laws And Words That Enslave Us – Part 3


The “money” that you are forced to use by the banks and the money that the banks use themselves are different. Banks use promissory notes and bills of exchange, and all this is clearly outlined in the Uniform Commercial Code. (Other countries including India, Australia, the UK and South Africa use the Bills of exchange Act).

This is what money is – pieces of paper with signatures on them. The Bills of Exchange Act  which originates from the UK, is common to almost every country in the world. For example, an inchoate instrument is defined across the globe as any blank piece of paper containing a signature. An inchoate instrument can be filled up as a bill of exchange to the value of any amount. Be careful what you sign.

Both UCC and the Bills of Exchange Act, talks about “capacity to contract.” Look at the words: Capacity (a volume of liquid/ity) to contract (to shrink back to zero). You can contract any bill because our “money” is no longer backed by any physical resource.

Think about the concept of capital. The president of the United States (which is actually a trading name, the corporation name is actually the “Virginia Company”) lives on “Capitol Hill”. Every country has a “capital.” All things capital (like capital letters) relate to all things commercial and that means everything comes down to money.

The Romans had three classes of people: capitis dimunitio maxima, capitis dimunitio media and capitis dimunitio minima. You can read all about this in Black’s Law Dictionary. Slaves are capitis dimnutio maxima (maximum loss of rights).

Slaves had their names spelt in capital letters. Grave stones have names spelt in capital letters because they are legally dead. Clever reading and understanding the Cestui Que Vie Trust Act of 1666,  which was passed while everyone was focusing their attention on the Great Fire of London, declared everyone legally dead.

The assets of all the dead people were put into a trust and are held by the state. This still applies today – you do not own property, you only think you do. Read your title deed carefully, it says that the state reserves all its rights. Are you dead? Yes, which is why your name is spelt in block capitals on all legal documents.

Have a look at how any diplomat has his official name spelled: half his name is in capital letters and half his name is lower case. This is capitis dimunitio media and refers to medium loss of rights.

When slaves won their freedom, they were given a title. The slaves were very happy, but they had no idea that their title simply meant “slave.” This just highlights the important aspect of all of this convoluted Language is used to deceive humanity.

More evidence that death abounds in the legal and banking word can be seen in the word ‘mortgage’, which, like the word ‘mortuary’ is related to death. Even the word ‘attorney’ comes from the word ‘attorn’, which means to take from one person and give to another, while keeping a nice chunk for yourself of course.

Attorneys cannot see, they can only hear because everything must be in writing which is why you have a court hearing, not a court seeing. We can therefore confidently state that justice is blind. In fact, the entire court room is contained in the piece of paper – the contract.

In court, contract is everything. Writing is the language of the corporation because in the past when these clever tricks were established, very few people could read or write. When they learnt to read and write, the legal language was still very different to the language used on the street, even though the words sounded the same.

The legal and banking world is completely two dimensional with no heart and no soul. Certain judges have the power to grant remedy, but even their hands are tied because they are playing out an act. They are bound by the script of the act (the statutes) and there is not much room for improvisation.

You will notice that Judges always operate in honour. They are always referred to as being “honourable.” But being “in honour” and being “with honour” are completely different. This is one of the many misnomers about legal language. Legal words and English words are NOT THE SAME THING.

Honour simply means “balanced books” or that the “debts are paid.” The Judge is a banker and his books are always balanced. Another classic example is the word “security” which does NOT mean what you think it means. Security is more or less the pledge on a negotiable instrument.

You pledge your “security” to the instrument so the instrument (or debt) is then  “secured.” A secured instrument is one where a “person” puts in their sweat and energy into insuring that it gets honoured (paid).

Remember, the Judge sits on a bench and the root origin of the word “bench” comes from the Latin word “banca” because merchant bankers would sit on a bench in the market places. If they were caught cheating, the naughty banker would have their bench smashed in public and from that they forth they were bankrupt.

Judges are always in honour, because to be in dis-honour would mean to be insolvent. Judges books are always balanced / their debts are always paid because they represent the bank. A bank's books must, by definition, always be balanced (which is yet more proof that they do not really loan money). 

You will learn this when you learn about banking – the bank is merely a debit / credit computer system that operates on your instruction. When you wake up and realise that you can instruct the bank differently, and enough people do it as well, then everything will shift. It’s all about knowledge and enlightenment – this is our pledge to the people of South Africa.
(In memory of Dr. Johan Joubert, who dedicated his life to bring us this volume of research and knowledge.)