The hard facts the way I see it

The hard facts the way I see it: (and it is not all that hard to do, but you have to understand what you are doing, because we are the ones that are own worst enemies. Every action we create causes a reaction that is either good or bad, therefore we were the ones that created all of our troubles, no one else. Now tell me what the Name of the Creator is, it is YOU, your SOUL not some other Fiction floating around in space. All the little I am’s make-up the Big I AM.)
We at the Present Time have 2 different beneficial accounts, one in the real world and one in the Money Changer’s fictional world.
1.       At a recorded birth, you were Given a Birth Trust as decreed in the Bible. (this was very good, but they turned it into a dead man’s Estate to get you need to become the Executor.)
2.       The second account is the one where the Money Changers set-up a SSN estate (the HER) with your help. (this was the very bad side also a dead man’s Estate and to take total control you need the 38- EIN and become the Executor) It could be classified as a dead man’s trust, but in a condition were the money changers have Easement access to the state of your property held within, therefore E-state.

NOTE: You cannot have direct access to the first until you close-down the second one.
The process is to come out of the HER E-state.
[It has been there all along, but people did not want to open their eyes and face the real facts that we are operating in a world of fiction, where everything is the exact opposite.] Several Examples of operating on the fictional side of the Looking glass:
1.       Do you really know how the account process works on the fictional side of the looking glass?
a.       The SSN E-state account drew credit from your birth Trust. (Not a National Debt it is there for your benefit but you have to understand the fictional reverse process to be able to property access it.)
b.       The Credit is there for your benefit but you have been taught that you can only operate with positive instruments of exchange.
c.        The only way to have access to the benefit is to properly discharge it with a Negative instrument of exchange.
d.       Through our usage of the positive instruments of exchange we have added to our Credit, thereby overcharging (putting too much positive energy into the Credit side of our account) with the result being that we create the National Debt that is owed to us.
e.        With the increase in this positive energy (National Debt) the government has to set in and Discharge it to relieve the condition. This is being done every day by wars, BS laws, increases in taxes, manmade problems; uncalled for flooding, fires, road work programs, protest, work stoppages, etc.
2.       You owe taxes!!! (You need 3 items; an Invoice, a Voucher and a Payment Instrument.)
a.       The Invoice. Your 1040 Tax Return form.
b.       The Voucher. You do a 1040-V, but you put in a Negative amount. (-12,005.00).
NOTE: When you pay with a positive amount you are adding additional Credit to your account, which in turn increases the National Debt owed to you. By putting in the Negative draw, it will be drawn against the Credit in your SSN account, decrease the National Debt owed to you and decrease the amount of credit the Money Changers have to play with.
c.        The Payment Instrument. You can either make out a Negative check (your bank will have to process it back against your SSN account – they will try and fight you on this but if you really understand the reason that you gave them your SSN # in the first place, they have to honor your Negative check [this is NOT a CLOSED Check, it is a regular check made out with a Negative Value] and withdraw the credit from your SSN account) OR make out a personal Negative Money Order (Bill of Exchange)against your SSN account. Put the Bank Routing number and your account # on the bottom of it.
Main SSN Account is with the FRB of New York 0210-0120-8 , 0XXX-XX-XXXX.
Sub SSN Account (6.5 million) at bank on back of newer SS card, example F12345678, converts into Atlanta 0610‑0014-6 , 0012345678.
                                                               i.      Made out to the US TREASURY they oversee the SSN accounts, as a banking sub division of the Federal Reserve System.
                                                              ii.      Example Amount; $ (-12,005.00).
                                                            iii.      MINUS TWELVE THOUSAND, FIVE   Dollars.
                                                            iv.      (for your MO) SSN sub-account number – example F12345678.
1.       “F” is the Atlanta FRB and needs to address the bank’s routing #; 0610-0014-6.
2.       The account # would be two zeros in front of the rest of the number. 0012345678.
3.       All of the rest of your Bills should be handled the same way. (an Invoice, a Voucher and a Negative Payment Instrument)
a.       When you do an Acceptance for Value, it is really 2 of the items; an Invoice and a Negative Payment Instrument that you are accepting and returning it to the company so that they can go and draw off the Positive Value from your Beneficial Credit on the Asset side of your SSN account. They need to do the Voucher with a 8109b form, if they argue with you tell them to complete the process with the 8109b or you will contact the IRS. The exemption number would read; Exemption 0610-0014-6,  0012345678
b.       If you send it to the IRS with a 1040-V, the value needs to be recorded on the 1040-V as a Negative value. The IRS will then process the Positive Value back to the company.
c.        The Companies are the ones to be doing the 1099’s and also the 8109b forms, so that they can get their payments. (Do not re-contract with them they should only get one payment, but they can and will try to get more out of you if they can.)
The process of taking Control away from the Chaos of the Money Changers: (Chaos reference from “Get Smart”)
1.       Per the 1040 schedule B, question 8 you need to declare the original Trust – a Non-Withholding Foreign Grantor Trust. It is so named because it is under a foreign jurisdiction to the Money Changers.
a.       You have to submit a 3520 and a 3520A form to do this.
b.       This will get you a 98-series EIN to open a banking account that is outside the money changers system of control, you are now to operate in honor.
c.        When you get the 98-series EIN bank account opened you will need to do a TD F90-22.1, from 1040 schedule B, question 7.
But you have not gained total Control over the access to the original trust funds yet.
2.       You need to submit a SS4 against the SSN E-state and become the EXECUTOR over this E-state.
a.       This should get you 38-series EIN.
b.       As the declared EXECUTOR, you can now fire all of the money changer trustees.
c.        You can either leave it there or transfer it to your 98-series EIN bank account or setup a 38-series EIN bank account.

3.       Lastly you will need to tie in the access to the Birth Trust Beneficial Credit. (This cannot be done until the rest of the process has been completed, so it will not be covered now.) The Birth Trust was setup per the Gutenberg Bible, incun 1454.b5, but I think it is also in a Dead Estate right now so you need to become the Executor over it also.

Land of the Free? US Has 25 Percent of the World’s Prisoners

The United States has about five percent of the world’s population and houses around 25 percent of its prisoners. In large part, that’s the result of the “war on drugs” and long mandatory minimum sentences, but it also reflects America’s tendency to criminalize acts that other countries view as civil violations.
In 2010, The Economist highlighted a case in which four Americans were arrested for importing lobster tails in plastic bags rather than in cardboard boxes. That violated a Honduran law which that country no longer enforces, but because it’s still on the books there its enforced here. “The lobstermen had no idea they were breaking the law. Yet three of them got eight years apiece.” When the article was published 10 years later, two of them were still behind bars.
A UN report noted that Alabama officials had arrested dozens of people who were too poor to repair septic systems that violated state health laws. In one case, authorities took steps to arrest a 27-year-old single mother living in a mobile home with her autistic child for the same “crime.” Replacing the system would have cost more than her $12,000 annual income, according to the report.
As The Economist put it:
America imprisons people for technical violations of immigration laws, environmental standards and arcane business rules. So many federal rules carry criminal penalties that experts struggle to count them. Many are incomprehensible. Few are ever repealed, though the Supreme Court… pared back a law against depriving the public of “the intangible right of honest services”, which prosecutors loved because they could use it against almost anyone. Still, they have plenty of other weapons. By counting each e-mail sent by a white-collar wrongdoer as a separate case of wire fraud, prosecutors can threaten him with a gargantuan sentence unless he confesses, or informs on his boss. The potential for injustice is obvious.
About 10 percent of America’s prisoners are housed in the federal corrections system.  Last week, the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General released its annual review of DOJ operations. And couched in typically cautious bureaucratic language, the report details a growing crisis within the federal prison system that threatens to undermine the DOJ’s other vital functions, including the enforcement of civil rights legislation, counter-terrorism and crime-fighting.
According to the report:
The Department of Justice (Department) is facing two interrelated crises in the federal prison system. The first is the continually increasing cost of incarceration, which, due to the current budget environment, is already having an impact on the Department’s other law enforcement priorities. The second is the safety and security of the federal prison system, which has been overcrowded for years and, absent significant action, will face even greater overcrowding in the years ahead.
The report notes that Washington’s push for austerity is aggravating the problem. The federal prison population has grown by almost 40 percent since 2001, but the budget for the Bureau of Prisons — after rising by about a third between 2001 and 2011 — has fallen by nearly 12 percent since then. And costs for services like pre-trial detentions have more than doubled over the past 12 years. According to the White House budget, the cost of incarcerating federal prisoners is expected to continue to grow, and the Inspector General notes that there’s “no evidence that the cost curve will be broken anytime soon.”
Some of that cost growth is the result of an aging prison population. According to the report, in just the past three years, the number of inmates over the age of 65 has grown by almost a third, while the population under 30 fell by 12 percent. “Elderly inmates are roughly two to three times more expensive to incarcerate than their younger counterparts,” according to the review.
Several factors have contributed to the growing numbers held in federal facilities. Primary among them is a longstanding trend of prosecuting more cases that had previously been handled by state and local courts in the federal system.
By one estimate, the number of federal criminal offenses grew by 30 percent between 1980 and 2004; indeed, there are now well over 4,000 offenses carrying criminal penalties in the United States Code.  In addition, an estimated 10,000 to 100,000 federal regulations can be enforced criminally.
Previous Inspector General reviews had found that programs which might have eased the overcrowded system – like a compassionate release program for sick and infirm inmates, and another that allows foreign nationals to serve out their sentences in their home countries – have been underutilized and/or badly mismanaged.
A growing prison population and a shrinking budget for housing it is also creating serious security problems. The report notes that while the ratio of inmates to correctional officers in the five largest state correctional systems was 6-to-1 in 2005, the federal system has 10 inmates for every officer.
Earlier this year, Attorney General Eric Holder released the DOJ’s “Smart on Crime” initiative, which, among other reforms, directs prosecutors to avoid filing charges carrying long mandatory sentences against drug offenders unless they are violent, connected to cartels or gangs, or have significant criminal histories. But the IG’s report suggests that the impact of these changes may be limited because many of these offenders would have already qualified for a “safety valve” that Congress created in the 1990s which allows for their early release.
The problems detailed in the Inspector General’s report merely scratch the surface, as around nine out of 10 prisoners are held in state and local facilities. According to a 2012 report in The New York Times, state spending on prisons is now growing faster than any other budget item other than Medicaid. California now spends more on its prisons than its higher education system – a stark reversal from thirty years ago, when it spent three times as much educating its citizens than locking them up.
Further reading: Liliana Segura’s report on the growth of the private prison industry in The Nation,and the Center for Constitutional Rights’ fact sheet, “Torture: The Use of Solitary Confinement in US Prisons.”