Evil in High Places — Part One
By Anna Von Reitz
Money— even actual money that has value in-and-of-itself, is a very queer thing, so odd in fact that most people’s brains refuse to contemplate it for long. It just does not make sense to them, so they accept it as a Fact of Life and go on about their business.
This is understandable, but not at all healthy or helpful.
Your country and your world need you to think about what money is and is not.
First of all, what we use “as” money in this country is not money. It is a private bank script, akin to casino chips. Inside the casino you can use the chips “as if” they were money, and for this purpose, the chips were assigned a value by the 1934 Emergency Banking Act. That piece
of skulduggery established an exchange rate of one actual United States (silver) dollar per one I.O.U. denominated as a “one dollar” (equivalent) Federal Reserve Note.
This would be exactly the same as if I said, okay, I am going to give you this piece of paper— an I.O.U. — in exchange for a piece of silver worth a dollar in the world market, so that you can play in my casino.
What is the immediate impact of this arrangement? Well, the casino owner gets a lot of silver at no interest, which he can use to invest as he pleases, and you meanwhile are left with his I.O.U., which within the confines of the casino spends just like real money, but isn’t real money. It’s credit. His credit.
And how much credit could a bankrupt governmental services corporation have? Zero to none.
Nonetheless, this is the “deal” that Congress dished out to the trusting American people in 1934 on behalf of the private Federal Reserve Banks.
So the Federal Reserve Banks issued a private bank script (casino chip) as a one-dollar-equivalent I.O.U., and the Congress, which had long since been corrupted and was secretively functioning as the Board of Directors of the bankrupt Municipal Corporation doing business as the “United States of America” (Inc.), forced Americans to accept this deal via “Legal Tender Laws” and the 1934 Emergency Banking Act, etc., etc., etc.
As a result, American Silver Dollars were collected by the Federal Reserve Banks and the debt of the Federal Reserve Banks (their I.O.U.s — Federal Reserve Notes) were collected by the American people and everyone else doing business inside the casino.
There was a long period during which the machine quietly ticked away, with the silver being drained out of the American’s pockets and into the private bank coffers and, on the surface, nothing much appeared to have changed. Inside the casino, the so-called “domestic economy”, the people, largely
unaware that they were now exchanging casino chips (I.O.U.s), went about their business, shook their heads, thought that the business of high finance was too mysterious for them and started exchanging their labor and other assets for the I.O.U.s.
Then, the organization issuing the I.O.U.s — the “Federal Reserve System”– went quietly bankrupt and welshed on all those I.O.U.s. in 2009. The Casino went bust. And despite the obvious malicious intent and the wildly inequitable nature of this “deal” in the first place, and also the self-interested fraud involved on the part of the Congress and the coercive nature of the bogus “Legal Tender Laws” and “Acts” misrepresented as actual public laws applying to all Americans—- despite all this, the courts let the vermin have bankruptcy protection.
The “Federal Reserve System” was, after all, just a spin-off and private trademark of the Federal Reserve Bank Association. What did it matter if it was allowed to go bankrupt?
Only that it allowed the member banks to literally steal all that American silver and use it to trade and collateralize their own debts — for free — for a hundred years, and never give back any interest, any profit, any share of this whatsoever to the American states and people, and at the end of this looting, leave the American states and people holding the bag for all this.
Yes, it wasn’t bad enough that the privately owned and operated member banks of the Federal Reserve System and the fake corporate “Congress” stole all the silver and used it for a hundred years without repayment of any kind, but they left the American states and people holding their debt. Literally.
This is known as “Odious Debt” — a debt from which the victim gains no value or benefit and which was created by means of fraud, non-disclosure, coercion, or other criminal means.
We, the American states and people, are not responsible for this situation and we are not paying this Odious Debt. Instead, we have made our claims against the perpetrators and all their spin-off organizations and those claims have long-since cured.
What was thought to be our debt is now our credit. And the bankruptcy of the Federal Reserve System is no longer protecting the Principals responsible for this deplorable situation.
But, but, but, but….. we can hear the guilty parties sputtering, “We are too big to fail! If we fail, we are taking everyone else with us!”
It’s not quite like that.
You see, we are the Paramount Secured Interest Holders. We now own it all. So it isn’t a matter of them being too big to fail and threatening to take us all down with them. It’s a matter of New Management taking over the business and deciding what happens to all the ill-gotten profit.
Heather Ann Tucci-Jareff and her fellows in the Paradigm Project perceived the same things and have attempted to foreclose on the perpetrators and create a gigantic Public Trust — the so-called OPPT. However, our claims predate theirs by several hundred years. We also have standing as True Creditors and Principals that no federal employee and no member of the Bar Association has.
All these incorporated Territorial and Municipal Governments worldwide and all their franchises (exempting living people who have been enfranchised without their knowledge or consent) are under new management, most especially and including the banks.
It’s taking a while for the word to get out and even longer for people on the street to make heads or tails of it.
While you are taking in just this small part of the evil that has been practiced against us and against billions of other innocent people worldwide, bear in mind that those responsible have no excuse and no ability to claim that this is any issue of “national security” nor any part of any political movement nor insurrection nor anything but plain, old, average, everyday conduct of business.
It’s just business that the perpetrators of these evils didn’t expect to be conducted.
There is no reason to panic, no reason to be afraid, no reason to think that your money is worthless or that you don’t have credit or anything else of the sort.
Those of you who are old enough to remember when Tricky Dick Nixon took the “US” off the silver standard and created the Petro-Dollar know that this took place without any great upheaval or fanfare. You can expect the transition to lawful money and credit to be similarly low-key.
After all, we are just going home after being tossed about on the “sea” and everything we have done and are doing is already set in the Public Law and also in the statutory law. It’s all being done peaceably, without violence, without malice.
And at the end of the day, it is really good news, that will pave the way for a better world and a better future for everyone on this planet.
I tend to think of FDR as “King Rat”, and so he was, but he was right about one thing— there really is nothing to fear, but fear itself.