An Extract from Part 2 | An Overview of the World System of Bondage
In the past thirty years there have been many people in pursuit of solutions out of this mess. In the mid to late 1990s and into the 2000s and 2010s a set of so-called “solutions” emerged that seemed to have all the answers within the commercial arena.
These were known by various names such as Acceptance for Value, Administrative Processes, Perfection of Commercial Liens, Notarial Protests and Secured Party Creditor. They were all based on the principles and understanding of the UCC system in the presumption that that was the ultimate field in which remedy would be achieved. In many instances, the appearance of remedy was achieved and many went out on the circuit to teach and promote their knowledge and experience. Many thousands followed those leads and unfortunately many of those ended up paying significant prices in terms of time, money and freedom as one by one each alleged remedy became another quicksand pit of consequences. Even today the internet is rife with web sites promoting many so-called solutions even though most of the originators of such ended up in prison.
What they all failed to comprehend was the fatal flaws hidden within the fabric of commercial processes. These fatal flaws had to do with the deeper layers of the system having to do with bankruptcy, admiralty, civil procedures, commercial construction, debtor-creditor relations, international treaties, definitions of enemy and belligerent status, and the true nature of commerce as defined herein. In short, it all gets down to three important words: Status, Standing and Capacity, which we will thoroughly explore and define in this document
Part 2 of 21An Overview of the World System of Bondage and Separation from life.
We have discussed the normal status that almost all beings hold at this time, that of bonded surety to a bankrupt franchise. The United States system is the lynch pin and is mostly the focus of this paper, but the same is true with variations in every nation of the world. All are in fact corporations (channeled through the U.S. securities system), all are bankrupt, all have central banks of issue that issue monetized debt that bonds the people as sureties and perpetual debt service slaves. The word “status” is derived from the same etymological roots as the words state, estate, statute and static. Each one of us is considered a “state in fact”, in static/fixed form (like a statue frozen in time), with property titles attached thereto as an estate. All property and land in this world is held in and as estates. We will return to this key and central point later in our discussion. For now, just understand that we all have a “status” that defines the elements of the estate associated thereto, and in most cases our status is that of a bonded surety to a bankrupt franchise. In that status, the estate is known as a “decedent”, which is literally defined as “one who is dying”. If one looks in a modern dictionary, a decedent is generally regarded as one who has died – but the original definition remains as one who is dying, thus it is always important to not simply accept how a term is generally used or defined. The original and literal definition has not been removed, only overlaid, and is still operative, especially when used in a legal context.
Standing has to do with inherent capacity when it comes to Law, or the lack thereof. As a bankrupt, we are considered to lack standing to state a claim. This is evidenced by the continuous use of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 12B(6) by the courts to dismiss many cases on the simple grounds, per said rule, that the case is dismissed “for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted”. This is also reflected in State rules of procedure. Additionally, there is a parallel set titled Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure that makes it appear that there is a difference, but when we dig deeper we find that in fact it is all a matter of “commercial” transgressions. We also do not have any access to true common law with that status, and therefore cannot bring a Court of Record pursuant to the common law with the status of a bankrupt.
All rights, property and titles are based on the inherent right to state a claim, so as a bankrupt we have forfeited that right and thus have no standing in Law nor the capacity to claim the hidden equitable rights, values and interests attached to the underlying ancestral/lineal estate. Such rights are held by the beneficiary and heir to the estate. However, in our current status as a bonded surety we are considered to have abandoned our true estate (see detail of the two estates in Part Three). When there is substance in the standing of the heir, he (or she, although traditional right of inheritance was only attributable to the male, but since we are forging new ground entirely, we decree that all beings, male and female, have such equal rights), is considered a Living Beneficiary (as they are not civilly dead). But the lack of standing due to being the bonded surety to a bankrupt franchise places us as civilly dead in the system and thus we can only have limited beneficial use of property that effectively belongs to another who holds superior title. Without standing one cannot claim rights, stand on the land or have access to Law or Equity in the truest sense of those terms. With impaired (bankrupt) status and lack of standing we therefore have no Capacity. Capacity is the inherent power to assert authority and control over property, land, law, rights and essentially the substance of life. Our current status as bonded sureties without standing leaves us bereft of any real capacity, any real freedom or any control over our lives.