The Certificate Of Registration of Live Birth is By Banking Definition Termed “A Certificated Security” The application they made was known as “an application for a live birth certificate” and what issued from this application was known as a “birth certificate.”
…the ‘company’, the “United States” kept the original application and
gave your parents a copy of a birth certificate.
There is no real gain, therefore no income, therefore no income tax.
The application they made was known as “an application for a live birth
certificate” and what issued from this application was known as a “birth
certificate” This created what is known as a “foreign situs trust account”.
Also when we filled out the Form SS-5 we ‘allowed’ the ‘company’ access
to our account, our check book as it were, the pre-paid account that was
set-up when our birth certificate issued. We gave them permission as
signers to write checks on our account, and they do all the time. Keep
in mind, this is the same account the bankers fractionalized and created
huge, almost unlimited sums of “money”, and we became ‘co-business
partners’, with the ‘company’. They are able to access and use our
pre-paid account, for whatever they deem necessary.
…the ‘company’ then took the application
and pledged your future labor as a guarantee for payment to the bankers,
also known as the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The bankers gave
the company a credit for your application against the amount that the
company owed the bankers, which at the time of your birth, was worth
close to 1 million dollars. This transaction is what is referred to as a
“money of account” transaction, as no real money changed hands. It was
simply an accounting entry against the debt owed to the bankers, by the
The bankers then took the [your] application, and used fractional
banking lending. It is the birth certificate that is proof that an
application was submitted. It is the application that is the real
negotiable instrument and the birth certificate proves there is a
negotiable instrument being used in commerce -- to borrow money.
HUH? What is that you say?
#8230; fractional banking If a [your] birth certificate is worth, say, 1
million, the bank can loan that same 1 million out as many as 9 times,
thus making the [your] birth certificate worth 9 million; and it keeps
going, going and going.