Trading Prisoners Like Cattle

All crimes are commercial and have a commercial value to them. It makes you look at improvements to the freeways, cities and towns in a different light … especially when those improvements are funded by ‘municipal bonds.’ You’ll also understand why there’s no hurry to end the war in Iraq.

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All criminal prosecution is considered an annuity and is for the purpose for raising revenue for the United States. Now you’ll have a better understanding of why people are in jail, why they are in prison, why they are on probation and why they are charged with everything from jaywalking on up through murder one.

An American soldier who dies in Afghanistan and Iraq probably carries a $10 million life insurance on him carried by the government. After all, every soldier, marine, or air force person is an asset to the United States. They have a huge investment in that particular soldier and his activity and it can explain why it is that the US is not so anxious to withdraw its troops from that area. It’s a money making activity and they don’t want to talk about the fact that they are making money on death and that they are making money from the incarceration and imprisonment of many otherwise good hearted people who have not necessarily committed otherwise serious crimes.

They have a rule called the 144 holder. The rule is that they can’t sell private investment securities that are not registered. The rule prohibits them from selling the prison bonds. They have to wait 6 months before they can sell a certain quantity of private securities without being registered, selling them as private securities.

Basically there are 8 people on the board of directors of CCA (Corrections Corporation of America) The top holders are Joseph E. Russell and John M. Ferguson. Russell owns 64,000 shares of CCA stock, which is worth about $70 million. Ferguson owns 34,000 shares valued at about $37 million.

Fidelity Management and Research is the top stock holder, the top investment firm that is selling the bonds as investment securities. They pool them and sell them as mortgage backed securities. Also when they pool them, they sell them as mutual funds on the stock market. By “pooling” we mean the securities on the inmates.

What they are doing is they are actually taking the mortgage backed securities, which are really bid bonds, performance bonds and payment bonds. They pool these bonds and when they pool them together they call them mortgage backed securities. They take these to TBA which is the Bond Market Association. It’s an actual market for bonds. Anytime a bond is issued there has to be an underwriter. The bonds have to be underwritten. Bonds that are issued have to be indemnified so there has to be surety to indemnify the bonds. The brokerage houses and the insurance companies indemnify the bonds. They’re called surety companies.

After the surety companies indemnify the bonds, which is underwriting them, they do this through an investment banker or the banks themselves do this. They job it out to them. They buy up all these shares and turn around and sell them as investment securities. The shares represent the stock which represent the account of CCA. All of this has been funneled through CCA, the Corrections Corporation of America.

What they are doing is selling stock in the prison system by selling the prisoners’ accounts as securities through the securities exchange. They are making huge amounts of money off it. They privatize the prisoners’ accounts and bring all these investors in and what they are doing is underwriting all these prisoner’s accounts (bonds). This is after the surety company guarantees the bonds. Then they are underwritten through an investment bank or banker. Then they are put out on the market and resold to the public.


Enter any prisoner’s case number within the specified entry boxes, located at Fidelity Investments’ online Securities look up index query, locate that prisoner’s bonds and find out where they are being traded.

Example (with a court case number 05CR272 – this is the District Court Case Number):

You will get a CUSIP number 316423102.

See it being traded as a mutual fund through Fidelity Investments!

To make it clear to whom you have the honor, take a look at the Fidelity Investments logos:

In other words the banks are buying up all the shares and then they resell them as investment securities to the public. The public then buys them as mutual funds or they can buy them as debt instruments, equity instruments.

What they are really doing is they are buying up debt instruments. They are using the fiscal accounting cycle of accrual and they sell the prisoner’s ‘capital and interest’ as it is called in accrual accounting. They resell these to the public because the prisoner did not do full settlement and closure on the account.

They sell the prisoner accounts as a commercial dishonor and sell it to the public as a commercial dishonor.

When you go in the courts they always say they are operating under a statute jurisdiction. The Black’s Law Dictionary 4th edition says a statute is a bond or obligation of record. That’s what all the criminal statutes are: bonds or obligation of record. Go in and read the definition of a recognizance bond and you find that it is a bond or obligation of record. They are selling bonds. They are charging prisoners under a bond; the prisoner signs the bond and the bond becomes the agreement for the payback. This is done when the prisoner signs the final court papers at a sentencing hearing.

Just how many of us remember when our government attempted to finance from the private sector during the Second World War? Weren’t they selling war bonds? They were soaking up the people’s equity in terms of buying bonds, transferring your funds to the government. The government by purchasing those bonds, was promising to pay you back your investment at sometime in the future with interest. At that time what they were collecting from the people was their so-called cash equity. People have gotten too poor, too stingy, too smart to buy bonds to finance the government.

How long has it been since you heard the Post Office or anyone trying to get you down to buy US savings bonds? So what they are doing now instead of getting us to voluntarily give our cash equity to the government for a promise to be paid back in the future, they are securing from us some violation of a statute by which the law ascribes from us a penalty; i.e., the payment of a sum of money due.

Instead of collecting the cash from us, they put us through a criminal procedure where we dishonor the system and what is happening is they are selling our capital and our interest. In other words, they are selling the liability you had in whatever charge was brought against your strawman.

They are taking that capital and interest that you should pay and are grabbing that from us and selling it on the open market to bankers and investors to transfer their funds to government which is covered by the bond of the violation of your strawman of that statute.

In order to secure the bond the living soul is placed in prison as the surety to back the bond which is financed on the investment of the public market place in terms of the sales of stocks and bonds.

The public doesn’t directly bid on my (the prisoner’s) debt. Your debt is assumed by the bankers. The bankers issue secondary paper that allows me to invest in what they are holding as the holder in due course of the claim against your strawman. The reason they are doing this is because you dishonored the post settlement procedures for settlement and closure of the account.

The prisoner should have come in and accepted and used his exemption. Since the prisoner dishonored the post settlement proceedings, then the prisoner is in dishonor and the issuance of the bonds by the financing system was done in order to pass the punishment on to him because of his inability to fulfill his post settlement objectives.

If you get into dishonor by nonacceptance, what they are trying to do is get an acceptor which is the same thing as a banker. They need someone to pay off the obligation and if you get into dishonor, they sell your dishonor and put you into prison as the collateral and they sell the bond.

The bond is issued and they get a surety to underwrite the bid bond with a performance bond and then they get an underwriter to underwrite the performance and payment bonds.

What the performance bond does is it guarantees the bid contract, or the bid bond. What the bid bond does is guarantee the payment of the performance bond. This is done through a surety company. Then they get an underwriter or an investment banker to underwrite it. After it’s underwritten, they sell it to the public as investment securities, debt instruments, or mutual backed securities.

It’s all done through bonds … bonding. That’s what all these municipal bonds are. What they doing is following everything through the prison system. The prison system is being privatized. Through privatization, private enterprise can fund the prison system cheaper than the government can. They are subsidizing everything through privatization.

The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), promotes privatization through foundations like the Reason Foundation owned by David Knott. They get the foundations to promote this and get investors to come in.

Cornell was merged with Trinity Venture Company which is an investment company. What they did was change their name to Reid Trinity Venture and then merged with SB Warburg. (Warburg was out of Germany and partnered with Rothschild.) SB Warburg is in Chicago, Illinois, and they merged with BIF in Switzerland, which is a settlement and closure bank, and the biggest bank in the world for settlements. They are connected to Cornell Company which is owned by David Cornell.

Everyone is tied in. Paine Webber Group in the United States and all the big international corporations are the stockholders and own all the stock in CCA. Everyone is using our exemptions on the private side. They filed a 1096 tax return and show it as a prepaid account, as prepaid interest and they returned it back to the prisoner. They took the prisoners deduction for the exemption and they deduct the tax and the IRS bills the prisoner for the tax. So the corporations are stealing your exemption which is your intellectual property.

What’s wrong with this? They are not telling us what they are doing. It’s all commercial. When you go into the court room everything is commercial.

What really matters here is honor and dishonor. The courts have to dishonor the potential prisoner or get that ‘person’ to argue or get that person’s attorney to argue. Just like Martha Stewart. Argue and you’re in dishonor and you’ll end up in jail.

The attorneys are actors to make us think the whole process is a factual issue. They get us into the guilty/not guilty mode and they get into all the cloak and dagger or what evidence to present. It’s a dog and pony show to cover up that they are after the debt money.

All corporations work on a fiscal accounting year which means that they spend debt. They can’t get rid of the debt and balance the books unless they run it through our accounts on the private side.

We the people run on a calender year and the corporations run on the fiscal year. The only way that they can balance their books is to run it through our accounts using our exemptions. Then they can do their reverse bookkeeping entry and go to post settlement and closure. They can’t do that until the prisoners do the acceptance (if they do it).

That what they are looking for in the court room under UCC 3-410 is the acceptor. That means we are assuming the liability for the debt as the principal. A lot of times with debt the principal is always the primary libelant in the commercial setting. He has to assume the liability and then you get your remedy. Otherwise you don’t get a remedy.

What they do is they sell the notes just as they do when you go into prison. They endorse the note and they no longer the holder of the note. The mortgage company wasn’t involved in this process … the attorneys are doing all this. What they are doing is coming to the private side to get the debt without any permission from the mortgage company. In this case they quoted from the UCC, and it’s from Lex Mercatoria, the Law of the Merchant.

Admiralty is all debt and it’s all civil; it becomes criminal when the prisoner gets a contempt charge when he refuses to pay. They can keep you in jail until you pay the debt. The initial get out of jail bond releases you until you’ve successfully paid the debt. Warden comes from admiralty-warden of the sea. The warden is the warehouse man who is warehousing all the goods; he’s the bailee. The commitment order is your bailment, your contract for the commitment of the goods. Then they put the goods in a warehouse and store them there. (Prisoners stored in prisons, just like the people stored in the pods in the movie, The Matrix.)

This fiction (corporation) took you (John Henry Doe), the flesh and blood creation of God, out of the picture and substituted in your place something called the ‘strawman’ (JOHN HENRY DOE).

Whenever you get a summons to appear in court, your name is printed in all capital letters “JOHN HENRY DOE” because that is how the ‘straw man’ is distinguished from the flesh and blood “John Henry Doe”, God-created man.

Since you show up and answer to your all-capital name (JOHN HENRY DOE) on the docket, the court accepts you (John Henry Doe) as the ‘representative’ of the straw man (JOHN HENRY DOE) and proceeds to play the game with you. If you don’t show up, they will still arrest you for failure to appear, because the state has already recognized you as the representative of the straw man – unless you learn how to break that connection (called a ‘nexus’) and take back your straw man from state ‘ownership’.

It sounds complicated and you weren’t told a thing about it in school (public school), but we did tell you it was a “deception”, remember?

If you don’t realize that you are ‘owned’ by the state, then consider this: whenever you go to a car dealer and buy a new car, the “deed” (from the manufacturer) of that car is sent by the car dealer to the Secretary of State of the state in which you live. It’s recorded and then destroyed. You, in turn, are given a “title of certificate” by your state which says that you have a legal right to possess and use this car which is now “owned by the state” who received its deed. “Your” ownership of the car is an “illusion,” the reality is that the state owns the car.

Same for a marriage licence. You are asking the state to give you permission to become man and wife. By seeking out said marriage licence, you are affirming to the state that your are slaves of the state (“chattel”) and you recognize that the ‘massah’ has authority over you for such things, otherwise you wouldn’t be asking for its ‘permission’ in the first place.

What is Sovereignty?

Words can change their meanings over time, so I’ll start this essay by stating that I use the term “sovereignty” as it is now understood – both in terms of national sovereignty and individual sovereignty.

In essence it means – self determination or self government.

When a nation talks about “sovereignty”, it means its right to determine what goes on inside its borders. Its right to exist as a self-determining, self-governing geographic area.

When an individual talks about “sovereignty”, he means his right to determine what goes on in his own life.

The word has taken on more significance in recent years – especially since the publication of that groundbreaking book, “The Sovereign Individual” by Rees-Mogg and Davidson.

To understand what is meant by sovereignty, let’s go back a little, and see how it arises.

In the world as it now stands, all “terra firma” is the sovereign territory of one nation or another, except the arctic regions which are controlled by international treaty. The oceans of the world, apart from territorial waters, are also covered by various treaties.

If you wanted to have your own sovereign piece of real estate – I’m afraid you’d be out of luck.

At different times and places people have said to me, “Wouldn’t it be great if we could just buy an island – and run it according to our own freedom ideas!”

However, the problem with this idea is that it misunderstands sovereignty. Sure, you can purchase an island – there are many around the world for sale. However, when you part with the cash, you are NOT buying sovereignty, that still resides with the country whose jurisdiction extends over the island.

Put it this way, you’d soon find out WHO was sovereign if you tried to eliminate income tax on your own island!

If you REALLY wanted to claim your own sovereign territory, you’d need to keep a watchful eye out for the emergence of completely NEW land – say an undersea volcano erupting into a new land mass.

Now, such a new land mass (provided it was outside existing territorial waters) would indeed be “unclaimed” land. And this is where we get to the nub of what sovereignty really is.

Suppose such a new island appears, in the middle of an ocean somewhere, and you rush by helicopter and land on it. All you would need to do is put up your “flag” – and you would have claimed sovereignty over it.

Unfortunately, you may not be alone. While you are rushing all by yourself to the new land mass, it is highly likely that some nearby nation is dispatching a landing party – claiming some “special case” as to why it should be theirs. And if push comes to shove, they may simply remove you by force of arms!

And the ensuing potential “conflict of interest” encapsulates the entire history of the world – the battle for territory.

So, to recap, you can certainly claim sovereignty over such a “new” piece of real estate – but you also need to be able to DEFEND such sovereignty.

In these “enlightened” times of course, one may expect that “might is not always right”, and that some international court may arbitrate on such an issue. But it doesn’t change the basic fact that sovereignty must first be claimed – then it must be defended.

If sovereignty over territory didn’t need defending, then no country would be in need of armed forces.

So what does all this mean for individual sovereignty?

The first step is to realise you need to stake your claim to it. You have to be prepared to assert it – not simply act like someone else’s slave. But having asserted it, you need to take steps to defend it also. For without defence, your sovereignty is at the mercy of anyone or any organisation who disputes it!

The very reason an “offshore world” exists, is as a tool of such defence. It’s a way of protecting your sovereignty. It’s really not enough to simply stand up and declare it – because those who oppose you may not play the game by your rules and use force to deprive you of it.

Of course, this offshore “tool of defence” is constantly coming under attack – from other states. But that just creates an incentive to make better defence tools.

Ultimately, your sovereignty is your own responsibility. And you must take it seriously. Ask yourself, is your life your own? Is it worth defending? If you answered “yes” to both, then you are a prospect for offshore defence technology.

And the good news is that such methods of “defence” will rapidly become more effective as the technology improves.

This has a parallel in military defence. Right now, a terrorist can cause mayhem – using highly sophisticated weapons. It is no longer necessary to raise a standing army or be a “country” to assert oneself militarily.

The same applies to asserting and defending one’s sovereignty. The “tools” are downsizing, and the “weapons” are becoming more high-tech and sophisticated.

In the coming years, we will witness new forms of sovereignty defence systems – to replace those under attack, or those that are no longer effective.

Your task, if you take your sovereignty seriously, is to keep abreast of developments, and to make use of whatever defence tools you can lay your hands on.

It’s YOUR life – so protect it!

However, I cannot discuss the issue of “sovereignty” without addressing another related issue, which is peculiar to the USA.

Each week I get letters from readers and members asking about my opinion of the so-called “sovereignty” movement in that country.

Basically, the essence of this interpretation of sovereignty is that it’s granted by law, and protected by the constitution or some other legal apparatus.

Therefore to “defend” it, one is supposed to face-off the nation state and take your case to court.

Now, I know there are people who say this can be done – that you can file certain papers, make certain arguments, and that you can reclaim your “sovereignty” by such means.

I’m afraid I must disagree.

When you put yourself at the mercy of a legal system which has been established by a sovereign nation – in order to defend your own sovereignty – you are in fact giving up such sovereignty.

You are recognising that the state has ultimate sovereignty and that your task is to assert your “rights” as you assume are guaranteed by such a state.

This argument puts you at great risk. If you use it, you are putting your life on the line and saying, in effect, that your sovereignty is guaranteed by some law, and that all you have to do is to refer to that law and have your day in court.

My concern here is that all law is written with the “victors” in mind, those who wield the power. To assume you have rights under some constitution is to assume that sovereignty is handed out by the state.

However, you are not granted sovereignty by virtue of being born in the USA (or the UK, or any other country for that matter). You are sovereign because of your status as a human being – by virtue of you having an independent mind. And because without the full and free use of that mind you cannot live your life as a human.

You are already sovereign – but a “prisoner” of a larger, more powerful sovereignty – the state.

So, trying to defend your sovereignty by referring to such a state is a fundamental mistake in my opinion. A mistake that could cost you dearly. You see, even though you may perceive that some law, some constitutional article, can “save” you – you are ignoring the fact that the state can simply rewrite laws and constitutions for its own benefit.

Let me give you just one example.

Let’s take the assertion that income tax is “unconstitutional”. I’m not saying it is. Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. But that isn’t the point.

If enough people were to assert this and refuse to pay their income tax on these grounds, how long do you think it would take politicians to find a way to change the law?

Do you think they’d sit by and watch their entire revenue base disappear up some constitutional argument’s “backside”?

Of course not. The tax base is sacrosanct to the nation state. It cannot exist without it. So any serious challenge to such funding would simply be cut off at the knees.

So much for the “protection” of the law or constitution.

No, your sovereignty does not depend on the state. You would have it in the state’s absence. Your task is to learn how to defend it APART from the laws of your nation state.

Of course, in the present world, there is no free nation. No place where you can fully assert your sovereignty – unless you had your own physical territory of course.

However, you can reclaim a high degree of it, if you choose, by learning how to practise self-defence. Not defence based on the laws of your nation state, but based on your own capacity to outwit it and out-manoeuvre it.

You can play off one nation state against another – by using various “international” strategies known as “offshore” – and thereby use the laws of a country that doesn’t have the capacity to fully control you, to mitigate the laws of the country that does.

As awareness of true human sovereignty spreads around the globe, and disillusionment with the nation state grows, there will arise more and more means of increasing one’s practical freedom, one’s sovereignty.

Until then, you can become a “freedom fighter” – one who grabs whatever freedom is currently available, and is on the constant lookout for further means to enhance it.

Yours in freedom

David MacGregor


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IJslandse president: ‘Wij verkozen mensenrechten boven banken’ (video)

IJslandse president: Wij verkozen mensenrechten boven bankenToen het bankenstelsel van IJsland aan het begin van de wereldwijde financiële crisis omviel, kwam het land onder grote druk van de rest van Europa te staan om ingrijpende bezuinigingsmaatregelen door te voeren.

Toch stond het kleine eiland op tegen de Europese Goliath en koos het zelfs op het punt van faillissement voor democratie.

Wat kan IJsland de rest van de wereld leren over de macht van het volk en de rechtsstaat? Dat legt de IJslandse president Ólafur Grímsson uit in onderstaande video.

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Zeg Basta tegen de hypotheekrente

Vrij te gebruiken brieven voor je bankdirecteur om te stoppen met rente betalen | door Ad Broere en Geert kimpen

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Geert Kimpen schreef een persoonlijke brief aan de directeur van de bank waar hij zijn hypotheek heeft lopen. Hij zegt Basta en gaat geen rente meer betalen.
Daaronder vindt u een standaardbrief, opgesteld door Ad Broere en Geert Kimpen, die iedereen kan gebruiken om aan zijn bank aan te sturen. Daarin staat dat rente betalen niet meer billijk is, er wordt uitgelegd waarom dat zo is en vervolgens wordt de reeds betaalde rente terug gevraagd. 
Ter illustratie eerst 2 korte video’s (beide nog geen 2 minuten) die de feiten in de brief hardmaken. Waar haal je 160 miljard vandaan?
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Door Geert Kimpen: Beste Bankdirecteur,

Wij kennen uw naam niet. Degene met wie wij destijds onze hypotheekpolis afsloten, is al lang verdwenen. We waren hem toen erg dankbaar dat hij het mogelijk maakte dat wij ons droomhuis konden kopen. Vol overtuiging gingen wij in op zijn voorstel, en zoals u weet, zijn wij tot op de dag van vandaag onze verplichtingen en afspraken netjes nagekomen.
Maar een mens wordt ouder en wijzer. Voortschrijdend inzicht heet dat. En vandaag zijn we eigenlijk helemaal niet zo blij met wat wij destijds afspraken. Sterker zelfs, we voelen ons… we kunnen het niet anders zeggen, belazerd.
Het was misschien naïef van ons om te denken dat het geld dat u ons leende, daadwerkelijk in uw bezit was. Pas sinds kort weten we dat u als bank nauwelijks geld bezit. En dat u ons geld uit het niets creëerde op het moment dat wij onze handtekening plaatsten, eenvoudigweg door het bedrag in te toetsen.
Neemt u ons niet kwalijk dat we dit vreemd vinden. U vroeg er immers ons huis voor in pand, iets dat wél bestond in de werkelijke wereld. U gaf ons eigenlijk een schuldkwitantie waarbij wij de verplichting op ons namen uw verzonnen geld, reëel te maken door dertig jaar lang voor u te werken. In zekere zin werden we uw lijfeigene.
En dat niet alleen… u vroeg ons ook rente. We stelden ons daar geen vragen bij. We gingen er vanuit dat rente iets vanzelfsprekends is in deze wereld. Pas nu, nu we ons verdiepen in het wezen van geld, komen we erachter dat rente helemaal niet vanzelfsprekend is. We wisten toen nog niet dat de bijbel al stelde dat het vragen van rente misdadig is. We hadden nog niet gehoord van renteloos Islamitisch bankieren. En zouden we er wel van gehoord hebben, dan zouden we het wellicht raar hebben gevonden. Want we wisten toen nog niet dat rente een monster is, dat niet in toom is te houden.
De reden is eenvoudig. Geld is een handig transactiemiddel. Een efficiënt product om diensten en goederen uit te wisselen. Maar, ‘geld jonkt niet’, zei Aristoteles. Geld brengt geen geld voort. En dat hoeft ook niet. Dat is niet de natuurlijke functie van geld. Munten hoeven geen munten te baren, beaamde Thomas van Aquino.
Want rente is een listig ding. We beseften toen niet dat we met die rente maar liefst twee tot driemaal de volledige prijs van ons huis aan u zouden betalen in dertig jaar. Nu gunnen we iedereen zijn verdienste. Maar… vindt u dit zelf ook niet buiten iedere proportie?
En nog was het niet genoeg voor uw instelling. Onze hypotheek verpandde u in een beleggingsproduct, waarbij beleggers gingen speculeren of wij wel of niet onze hypotheek zouden kunnen terug betalen. En opnieuw verdiende u veel geld aan onze hypotheek. Tot het fout ging.
U herinnert zich vast, dat toen die beleggingsproducten, met ingewikkelde namen als collateralized debt obligations , klapten, de crisis begon.
De producten waren op lucht gebaseerd. Op geld dat niet bestond dat u aan ons en zovele anderen uitleende.
Uw instelling dreigde om te vallen. En de wereld was in rep en roer. Want wanneer er banken zouden omvallen, was het einde der tijden nabij, hoorden wij onze leiders keer op keer verkondigen.
Dus gingen onze leiders op hun beurt niét bestaand geld lenen bij de Europese Centrale Bank die op dezelfde wijze geld uit het niets creëerden. Onze leiders gaven u dat geld, zodat u rustig kon verder bankieren en uw bonussen verdelen. Maar dat niet bestaande geld moest natuurlijk ook reëel gemaakt worden. En gek genoeg werd de rekening daarvan niet bij u, maar bij ons gelegd.
In de vorm van belastingen die hoger werden, en bezuinigingen op zaken die wij belangrijk vinden, betalen wij nu niet alleen het geld terug dat aan u geleend werd, maar ook nog eens de rente daarop. En onze leiders bezweren ons dat we die schuldenberg niet meer mogen laten oplopen dan tot 3 % van onze begroting.
Daardoor moeten we keer op keer nog meer belastingen betalen en bezuinigingen ondergaan. Tot er weer enkele miljarden nodig zullen zijn om een volgende bankinstelling te redden, in eigen land, of in Griekenland, of in Italië. Vreemd genoeg wordt de rekening daarvan steeds opnieuw bij ons gelegd.
En deze vicieuze cirkel gaat nu al jaren zo door.
Maar voor mij is de maat vol, geachte bankdirecteur. Ik zeg Basta. U heeft de crisis veroorzaakt. U heeft er een bende van gemaakt. U verwacht niet alleen dat wij onze persoonlijke verplichtingen aan u blijven nakomen, maar ook nog eens dat wij uw instelling blijven redden. En dat we daardoor onze kinderen opzadelen met een nooit meer terug te betalen schuld, veroorzaakt door de tumor die rente op rente is, waardoor we hun toekomst nu al gehypothekeerd hebben.
Toch willen we niet onredelijk zijn. Wij zijn nette burgers. Het fictieve geld van ons hypotheekbedrag waardoor wij ons huis konden kopen, willen we aan u terug betalen. We zijn zelfs bereid daarvoor een commissie aan u te betalen.
En dan houdt het op, beste bankdirecteur.
Vindt u dit een krankzinnig voorstel?
In Ijsland deden ze het. Alle hypotheekschulden werden kwijt gescholden tot 110 % van het hypotheekbedrag. Het gevolg was dat Ijsland al jaren uit de crisis is, en een begrotingsoverschot heeft. En ja, de banken vielen om in IJsland, maar het was niet het einde der tijden daar, integendeel… het was een nieuw begin.
Ik moet ook mijn eigen boontjes doppen, mijnheer de bankdirecteur. Als ik gebakken lucht zou verkopen, zou de overheid mij geen geld toestoppen om mij te redden. Nee, ze zouden mij in de gevangenis gooien. En terecht.
Hieronder vindt u mijn voorstel mijnheer de bankdirecteur. Ik zie uw reactie graag tegemoet. Ik heb niets tegen u persoonlijk, maar wel tegen uw manier van zaken doen, waardoor op dit moment een volledig continent in de crisis is geraakt. Daartegen zeg ik vanaf vandaag; Basta.
Een burger die er genoeg van heeft.
Geert Kimpen,

(Brief die u naar uw bank kunt sturen, opgesteld door Ad Broere, ex-bankier, auteur van het boek Geld komt uit het niets: )

Betreft: lening contract nummer
Geachte heer/mevrouw, Op ………… hebben wij een lening contract getekend met uw bank, waarin we met de bank zijn overeengekomen de hoofdsom van de in het contract genoemde lening terug te betalen met rente.
Dit contract hebben wij ondertekend omdat we er op dat moment van overtuigd waren dat de bank de beschikking had over het geld dat aan ons werd uitgeleend. Dit blijkt echter niet de juiste voorstelling van zaken te zijn. We weten nu, dat het geld er niet was voordat wij het bankgebouw binnenstapten. Het blijkt te zijn ontstaan door onze handtekening onder het lening contract.
Banken verstrekken leningen zonder dat er dekking aanwezig is, dus uit het niets. Geld dat uit het niets komt is van niemand en dientengevolge ook niet van uw bank. Het is daarom geheel onjuist dat u hierover rente vraagt. We zijn ons ervan bewust dat we het geld dat wij via uw bank te leen hebben ontvangen, hebben aangewend voor de koop van onze woning. Ook begrijpen wij, dat u voor de dienstverlening ten behoeve van de lening werk hebt verricht. Wij vinden het daarom redelijk dat de bank om ons een nieuwe overeenkomst van geldlening aanbiedt, waarin geen renteverplichting over het door ons geleende geld is opgenomen.
Verder vragen wij van de bank om de door ons betaalde rente vanaf de datum van het tekenen van de leningovereenkomst aan ons te restitueren.
Wij stoppen met het betalen van rente totdat er een voorstel door uw bank is gedaan waarmee wij akkoord gaan. Wij zijn bereid om het bedrag dat voor de rente bestemd was maandelijks op een reserveringsrekening op onze naam te zetten totdat wij akkoord zijn gegaan met het voorstel van de bank.
Wij wachten de reactie van uw bank met belangstelling af.

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The modern-day ‘slave class’ is anyone who cannot do math…

The modern-day ‘slave class’ is anyone who cannot do math… and that’s about 95% of the population

Monday, April 22, 2013
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of

Learn more: Throughout human history, most slavery has been enforced physically — with whips and chains. You either did what you were told or they beat you into submission.

Most modern people mistakenly believe slavery has been largely eradicated across our world. They don’t see people shackled in chains or being ordered what to do by their owners. Modern culture no longer accepts overt slavery, right? …Or does it?

As it turns out, slavery is alive and well on our planet, and its shackles are made of numbers, not steel. Those who are enslaved under this new system are people who fail to understand simple math: numbers, compounding interest, loans, investments and so on. You show me a person who can’t do math, and I’ll show you someone who functions as a slave to the system.

In this article, I show you how to escape mathematical slavery and live as a free person. But first, you need to understand how mathematical slavery really works.

Let’s begin with WAGES.


There’s a good reason why people who earn incomes reported on IRS W-2 forms are often called “wage slaves.” It’s not a derogatory term; it’s more of a cry for help. “Help! I’m a slave to my paycheck and I can’t get ahead!”

There’s a reason you can’t get ahead: the banks and the government have fine-tuned your “payments” to them (taxes, loans, fees, etc.) in order to extract the maximum amount from your paycheck while leaving you so little of your own that you can never get ahead enough to stop working.

Your car payment and house payment, for example, are precisely calculated to make sure you can’t pay either of them off ahead of schedule. They’re mathematically selected to guarantee you can only “squeak by” and barely pay more than the monthly interest, thereby extending your loan principles into the far distant future.

Mathematically impaired people, of course, don’t even know the difference between the “interest” and “principle” sections of a loan repayment schedule. Hence, they do not realize they can actually save themselves a small fortune on their home loans by making HALF the normal payment TWICE as often (every two weeks instead of once a month, essentially). This costs you nothing extra but can save as much as $100,000 or more on the life of a home loan.

Wage slaves genuinely believe that the parts of their paycheck “withheld” by the government are needed to run the government. This delusion has been hammered into their heads for so long that they simply cannot come to grips with the reality: the government can create all the money it needs to fund itself. It does not need to take it from taxpayers. The entire purpose of the tax code is not to raise money but to control the wage slaves.

Home loans

Mathematically impaired individuals really get “taken to the bank” when it comes to home loans. Through the entire process of getting loan pre-approval, making an offer on an house, having the offer accepted and then closing the home to make it “yours,” these people are getting royally screwed up one side and down the other.

For starters, they do not understand that they are paying (a loan origination fee) for the “right” to pay a bank over 200% more than their house actually cost. Yep, if you take out a 30-year home loan at any interest rate exceeding 5.5%, you actually end up paying for your home TWICE in terms of total payments to the bank.

And don’t even get me started on variable rate loans, “interest only” loans and other scammy vehicles that keep people financially enslaved.


Insurance is where mathematically impaired individuals really pay the price. Most of the profits in the insurance industry come from people who make terrible decisions about what level of deductibles to apply to their insurance policies.

The way this works is that the lower your deductible, the more you’re getting ripped off. On auto insurance, any deductible under $2500 is a waste of money. Agents “sell” it to mathematically impaired individuals by saying, “You should buy a deductible of just $250, that way if something happens, the maximum you’ll have to pay out of pocket will be $250.”

To a mathematically impaired individual, that sounds perfectly reasonable. What they don’t grasp, however, is that the additional fees they are paying for the lower deductible result in them paying far more than $250 in additional insurance fees, usually within just the first 12 months. They would be much smarter to buy a far higher deductible, save the difference in the insurance rates and set it aside to cover the larger deductible if something happens.

Mathematically impaired individuals don’t realize the insurance companies have already run all the numbers through their computers and determined that a person with a lower deductible has an increased risk of causing a payout. Thus, rates are much higher.

These same principles apply to all forms of insurance, not just auto insurance. Generally speaking, people who are obsessed with buying insurance for everything are the very same people who are allowing themselves to be ripped off all the time. I’ve known people who buy cancer insurance, flood insurance, fire insurance, theft insurance, data loss insurance, work injury insurance and a dozen other policies. It’s almost an addiction for them, but at the end of the day they have no money left because they’re sent it all to the insurance companies in a foolish effort to try to “eliminate risk” in their life.

Here’s some stern advice: Number one, you can’t eliminate all the risk in your life. And number two,insurance companies go broke all the time, meaning that you might be paying insurance into a company that goes belly-up right when you need them.

The Lottery

People who can’t do math love to play the lottery. That’s because they are incapable of comprehending their odds of winning, so the state extracts yet more money from them in order to feed its own endless budgetary needs.

Lotteries are a way the state steals from the poor. Wealthy people don’t play the lotto, primarily because wealthy people tend to have a far better grasp on mathematics.

National debt

A typical mathematically impaired American does not know the difference between the national debtand the budget deficit. They think that when Obama says something like, “The budget deficit is actually decreasing…” that it means the national debt is being paid down. Or even that the budget deficit itself is getting smaller.

What Obama really means, however, is that the rate of growth of the budget deficit is smaller. This is the government equivalent of a “budget cut.”

Because mathematically disadvantaged people do not understand deficits and debts, they are incapable of discerning which candidate for public office is actually committed to shrinking deficits and paying off debts. Thus, they vote for whoever talks the most convincingly, and that’s how we end up electing the best liars rather than the best economists.


The stock market is going up! Must be a great time to get in, right?

It’s all a scam, of course, designed to extract money from people who cannot do math. Most people, for example, don’t understand that the “Dow” is a compiled metric of the market that is constantly re-worked to show high numbers by dumping poor performers and adding high performers. The same is true with the Nasdaq. These market index numbers are specifically manipulated to make you think the market is doing extremely well at all times.

Then there’s the fact that as the money supply gets flooded with cheap money from the Fed, it causes all stocks to appear to go UP in value because they are all being purchased with increasingly worthless dollars from an eroding money supply.

A typical American thinks, “The Dow is up another 20 points today! That’s good!” but they fail to realize the Dow is a contrived market index whose primary purpose is to sucker new investors into the system so that the market insiders can (legally) separate them from their money.

10 ways to free yourself from the modern era of mathematical slavery

The one thing different about modern-day slavery is that you can free yourself from its grip. It only requires that you educate yourself in basic mathematics and begin to use your knowledge to separate yourself from banks, lotteries, investment scams and other vehicles of financial confiscation.

Here’s the true path to financial freedom that frees you from mathematical slavery:

#1) Develop a valuable skill and use it to earn money.

#2) Live well BELOW your means so that you can save at least 20% of your after-tax income.

#3) When you buy your first house, pay it off as quickly as possible — within five years at most.

#4) Never buy another house using bank loans again. Always pay cash and you’ll never be living under somebody else’s roof.

#5) NEVER take out loans on vehicles. Buy your vehicles outright, even if it means driving something older and less expensive.

#6) NEVER buy insurance that isn’t required by law. If you are forced by the state to purchase insurance, get the highest deductible allowed. Set aside enough money to cover any catastrophic loss, and you’ll always be ahead of the game vs. buying insurance for it.

#7) NEVER play the lottery. The state has enough suckers to fund itself.

#8) Consider starting your own business. This is the one true path to economic freedom. It will require time, money and effort, but it offers you no limit on your earnings. Plus, it gives you a wealth of ways to legally deduct all your business expenses.

#9) Don’t listen to mainstream “investment advisors,” none of whom warned anybody about the dot-com crash or the housing bubble crash. These people are paid sales agents for mutual funds and other investment vehicles “for the masses.” If you really want to invest in something valuable, invest in your own education via books, DVDs, seminars or graduate degrees that offer real, practical skills.

#10) Diversify your savings. Never put all your eggs in one basket… or even one currency. Be wary of the coming financial collapse, bank holidays, bank account confiscations, etc. Make sure you can protect the wealth you’ve earned.

And stop watching television! Nothing makes you more mathematically stupid than CNBC.


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