Sun. Jun 16th, 2024

constitution_quill_penBy Kran Sanis

Part One; The Creation of the National Treasury

When one regards the current geo-political state of the United States, it is important to understand the history of this Nation whose greatest statement is “One Nation under God”.

To begin this, it will be demonstrated that the formation of the Republic has been and remains to this day a matter of Commerce. People were elected in the early colonies to address these issues of commerce as early as 1619 in Virginia.

As the Colonies gained strength in economics and commerce, the concept of fiat monies began to take shape as a way for these early settlers to deal with the issues of not having large amounts of precious resources refined from raw substance. The peoples of the Colonies originally utilized barter to overcome the issue of limited commerce consolidation. But the various States, prior to the Revolutionary war, began to print paper- based monies as resources became more available. These monies were however, for the most part non-soluble in an inter-state, or State to State level as one form of printed currency from one State may or may not be worth more in a different State.

Now at this time one must back track and bring clarity to the concept of fiat money. To do this, the easiest way is to quote from the Times of London during the time line:

“If this mischievous financial policy, which has its origins in North America, shall become indurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off debts and be without debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous without precedent in the history of the world. The brains and the wealth of all the countries will go to North America. That country must be destroyed or it will destroy every Monarchy on the globe.”

Fiat money, at its core, is the concept of goods and services created by the people and not necessarily the ability to have a reliable source of precious resources as a backing for industries and private sectors. However as the demands from the Crown of England for precious resources, such as Gold and Silver instead of paper monies, rose as a way to force subjective policies upon the people of the colonies, the people began to balk at said forced policies and to demand their Rights as Englishmen.

Now this balking of demands from the Mother Land is the reason for the Revolutionary Wars. However most people do not know, or understand, that the wars were not fought as a result of Taxation without Representation, but as a result of the demands for precious resources versus payment of paper monies. America was at the time flourishing using their own system of fiat monies, or the production of goods and services by the people of the land.

Because of their inner activity of fair bargaining power, the King could not control the people of the Americas, or their own fiat system of commerce. Hence Crown manipulation of resources to reign in prosperity led to a decrease in the production and services to the Colonial population that would then be forced to produce precious resources prior to the production of future goods and services. Embittered souls cried for war.

It was at this time that the colonies asserted their unalienable rights of self-government by issuing the Declaration of Independence to the Crown of England. The people of America then confederated together as the united States of America . Their form of government was a confederated republic, where the states remained supreme, and the people of the States Sovereign. While the British Crown lost the war in 1776, the power structure behind it did not.

The most visible power structure behind it was, at the time, the East Indian Trading company. This company was a private structure composed of the Crown of England and the private bankers of London. This venture was an entirely private enterprise whose flag was adopted by Queen Elizabeth in 1600. Interestingly enough, the Flag happened to have thirteen red and white horizontal stripes with a blue rectangle in its upper left hand corner. Betsy Ross had inspiration for her creation of Old Stars and Stripes- the Flag of the international financiers.

These financiers would not be at a loss for long. Factually, they were at the doors of the newly formed Republic almost instantly and began to influence the economic structure of the young government through the manipulation of the wealthiest land owners.

Our focus must not be lost, so it is important to move on and bring foreword six documents utilized to create the Supreme Constitution of the Republics of America. And these are;
1. The Bible
2. The Magna Carta, signed in 1215 by King Charles I
3. The petition of Rights granted by King Charles I in 1628
4. The Habeas Corpus Rights granted by King Charles II in 1679
5. The English Bill of Rights granted by William and Mary in 1689
6. The Articles of Confederation.

These six documents became the basis and guidelines in creating the Supreme Constitution of the Americas. It is important to know at this point that any Constitution of the united Americas must have some prior reference to establish it. Based on this premise, any and every constitution thereafter must have an enabling clause. From this point onward, no constitution may diminish, in any manner, those rights already established in the above six documents.

The States then created the (u)nited States of America to define the free Sovereign people of the land and the United States as a concept to administer their will on a governmental level.

The United States is an abstraction -it exists only on paper. It is a total fiction. It exists as an idea. The various Republic States of the union exist in substance and reality. The United States only takes on physical reality after Congress positively activates constitutionally delegated powers through statutes enacted in accordance with Article I § 7 of the Supreme Constitution. It is necessary for you to read that section. These enactments would become known as contrary intent.

The United States only has power under Article I, § 8 clause(s) 16 and 17 of the Supreme Constitution and any act beholden beyond this Article must have contrary intent upon its face to have force and factuality in the now Fifty States of the Union (u)nited States.

The American Supreme Constitution created a new structure of government that was established on a much higher plane than either the parliamentary system or the confederation of states. It was a people’s “constitutional republic,” in which a certain amount of power was delegated to the states and a certain amount was delegated to the federal government. The United States, by way of the Congress of the (u)nited States of America, has certain powers delegated by the Constitution. So far as the several States party to the Constitution are concerned, the United States may not exercise power not delegated by the Supreme Constitution. All power not delegated to the United States by the Supreme Constitution is reserved to the several States within their respective territorial borders or, must be returned to the People.

The Constitution was pushed and supported by the bankers through their associates, for their own control over the (u)nited States of America. Had the Articles of Confederation been completed and adopted, instead of the Constitution, the bankers would have had far less control than they achieved.

Once again moving forward, and in some aspects backwards, we digress.

As a result of the policy enacted by George Washington that all debts must be paid in gold or silver the following things resulted:

One of the initial acts, within the first two years of administration of President Washington, was to declare an emergency for the newly formed United States as it was bankrupt, or essentially could not cover the cost of governmental operation as well as pay off its creditors. William Morris with the help of Alexander Hamilton, then Secretary of Treasury, heavily promoted the first national bank (Bank of England) to legislation in order to create a private bank.

In 1781, Congress chartered the first national bank for a term of 20 years, to the same European bankers that were holding the debts before the war. The bankers loaned worthless, un-backed, non-secured printed money to each other to charter this first bank.

This is the basis of fiat money today, an abomination of the concept of goods and services created by the people of the land into the concept of monetary value through the application of trading debts and credit at large.

After thousands of lives were lost fighting a war to get control of monies belonging to the American Republic(s), why did congress contract with the same bankers that STARTED the revolutionary war in the first place?

Very simple. Since the Crown, and the House of Rothschild was the creditor, they demanded a private bank to hold the securities of the United States as the pledged assets to the Crown of England in order to secure the debt to which the United States had defaulted. The holder of the securities was the private bank. So under public international law, the creditor nation forced the United States to establish a private bank to hold the securities as the collateral for the loan.

The charter for the private bank was for 20 years- or until around 1811. What happened in 1812? The War of 1812- and what did England attack? Washington, D.C. the ten miles square where they burned the White House and other buildings.

Was the attack by England on the ten miles square an act of war? No, it was not. Under public international law, the act of war was the United States not extending the first national bank into the second national bank to continue maintaining the securities on the unpaid debt. So when the United States committed an act of war by not giving the lawful creditor his securities in a peaceful manner, the only remedy open under international law to the creditor was to come in on letters of marque and seize the assets to protect his loan.

Historically, one can see the farce of the (u)nited States of America winning the war of 1812 through paintings of the time line. What defeated force is allowed to board transport home with weapons in hand?

Did the second national bank get approved? Absolutely. After England attacked the nation that was in default, Americans saw the penalty for non commitment, and enacted the second national bank. This bank was intended for another 20 years, and was to expire about 1836.

There was also another important issue involved in that War of 1812. The original 13th Amendment, which prohibited anyone with a title of nobility to hold any public office in the (u)nited States of America. All the states then had ratified this 13th Amendment except for Virginia.

You’ll note that the War of 1812 was waged mostly in Washington, D.C.; the British burned all the repository buildings, attempting to destroy all records of the new United States in Washington, D.C. Thus, the war of 1812 was partly waged to prevent the passage and enforcement of the new Thirteenth Amendment. Most book repositories throughout the states were burned to the ground and all records destroyed. As a result of the accumulated debt from waging that war and a bank-manufactured depression in the midst of war, a new Bank Charter was issued for another 20 years.

President Andrew Jackson put an end to this second Charter in 1836. Jackson’s reasoning was simple: The Constitution does not delegate authority for Congress to establish a national bank. Jackson’s rationale has never been seriously challenged, and the Constitution has never been amended to authorize Congress to establish a national bank. Nor, for that matter, does the Constitution delegate authority for the United States to establish corporations, particularly private corporations. There was not a national bank established in America for more than 75 years, until 1913 with the Federal Reserve Bank. Andrew Jackson did an excellent job.

Andrew Jackson was fought tooth and nail by the Attorneys of the day whom were at seat in congress. An attorney is a title of nobility and not a being of considerable knowledge of law, such as a Lawyer. It can be said that Andrew Jackson violated public international law because he denied the creditor his just lien rights on the debtor. However, the bankers did not lend value, that is substance in the form of tangible wealth, so in actuality, they had an imperfect lien, making the lien lawfully invalid.

Jackson stated; “Controlling our currency, receiving our public money, and holding thousands of our citizens in dependence would be more formidable and dangerous than a military power of the enemy.”

To be contd.

By karlsie

Some great perversity of nature decided to give me a tune completely out of keeping with the general symphony; possibly from the moment of conception. I learned to read and speak almost simultaneously. The blurred and muffled world I heard through my first five years of random nerve loss deafness suddenly came alive with the clarity of how those words sounded on paper. I had been liberated for communications. I decided there was nothing more wonderful than writing. It was easier to write than carefully modulate my speech for correct pronunciation, and it was easier to read than patiently follow the movements of people’s lips to learn what they were saying. It was during that dawning time period, while I slowly made the connection that there weren’t that many other people who heard the way I did, halfway between sound and music, half in deafness, that I began to understand that the tune I was following wasn’t quite the same as that of my classmates. I was just a little different. General education taught me not only was I just a little isolated from my classmates, my home was just a little isolated from the outside world. I was born in Alaska, making me part of one of the smallest, quietest minorities on earth. I decided I could live with this. What I couldn’t live with was discovering a few years later, in the opening up of the pipeline, which coincided with my first year of junior college, that there were entire communities of people; more than I could possibly imagine; living impossibly one on top of another in vast cities. It wasn’t even the magnitude of this vision that inspired me so much as the visitors who came from these populous regions and seemed to possess a knowledge so great and secretive I could never learn it in any book. I became at once, very conscious of how rural I was and how little I knew beyond the scope of my environment. I decided it was time to travel. The rest is history; or at least, the content of my stories. I traveled... often to college campuses, dropping in and out of school until one fine day by chance I’d fashioned a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. I’ve worked a couple of newspapers, had a few poems and stories tossed around in various small presses, never receiving a great deal of money, which I’m assured is the norm for a writer. I spent ten years in Mexico, watching the peso crash. There is some obscure reason why I did this, tightening up my belt and facing hunger, but I believe at the time I said it was for love. Here I am, back home, in my beloved Alaska. I’ve learned somewhat of a worldly viewpoint; at least I like to flatter myself that way. I’ve also learned my rural roots aren’t so bad after all. I work in a small, country store. Every day I greet the same group of local customers, but make no mistake. My store isn’t a scene out of Andy Griffith. The people who enter the establishment, which also includes showers, laundry and movie rentals, are miners, oil workers, truck drivers, construction engineers, dog sled racers and carpenters. Sometimes, on the liquor side, the conversations became adult only in vocabulary. It’s a good thing, on the opposite side of the store is a candy aisle filled with the most astonishing collection, it will keep a kid occupied with just wishing for hours. If you tell your kids they can have just one, you have an instant baby sitter; better than television; as they agonize over their choice while you catch up on the gossip with your neighbor. We also receive a lot of tourists, a lot of foreign visitors. They are usually amazed at this first sign of Alaskan rural life style beyond the insulating hub of the Anchorage bowl. Many of them like to hang around and chat. They gawk at our thieves wanted posters. They laugh at our jokes and camaraderie with our customers. I’ve learned another lesson while working there. You don’t have to go out and find the world. If you wait long enough, it comes to you.

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  1. In point of reference, I will bring forward certain definitions.

    In the body text of this article there is reference to the (u)nited States of America. This is a reference to the physical union of the respective states that make up the united States of America. The “u” remains lower case as a description to the confederated States of the Americas, they remain united under Constitution. If the “u” were to become capitalized, we would then have an action word or an adverb.

    The lower case “u” is further identified by displacing it from the rest of the description of the confederated States, (u), so as there can be no mistaking the point of reference and have the descriptive venue be subverted by others mistakenly re-enunciating the description by providing capitalization.

    Again the United States is an abstraction; it has no physical form other than the venue of governmental application of the will of the people of the Confederated States of the free Americas. Further the United States is a corporation doing business as The (u)nited States of America through rules of Equity. The Judicial side of the Bifurcated government has been subverted and what remains today as law happens in a court of Equity or under Private law.

    There is so much more in the following weeks that must be understood if one is to know the how’s and why’s of the subdued Bifurcated States of the Free Americas.

    I look forward to comments upon the Subject Matter contained within this Article. If there are questions I will try to answer in the context of third party, so as there can be no erroneous indications that individuals have been secluded from topic and anonymity of character disturbed.

  2. There is one major theme that comes over and over again to my mind, and that’s the manufacturing/raw resources debate. Raw resources are just that; materials that haven’t been fashioned into a marketable product. Manufacturing requires knowledge skills, but without resources, these skills are also without value. The policy among the financial institutions, then and now, has been to acquire the raw materials and the labor for a low rate, then selling back the finished products at a higher rate which includes the costs of handling, shipping and manufacturing. This would all be well and good in the agreeable atmosphere of barter and trade. However, when the costs of retail exceed the laborer’s ability to pay for the finished product, we run into a problem. The resources are being depleted, but the inhabitants that own them fall deeper and deeper into debt.

    I point this out as part of the ongoing discussion over the advantages of having a single monetary system for North America. I don’t relish the idea of the financial institutions placing a value on North American industry; i.e., its resources. Their habit of establishing projected income as an economic indicator is what has led to an inflated real estate market and bloated manufacturing. In their eagerness to out-source the competition, capitalistic enterprise has out-sourced itself. The ability and even the desire to buy, has been exhausted.

    While manufacturing grinds down to a stalemate, the only real thing left to bring to the table are the natural resources. The Continental U.S. has depleted a great many of theirs, although American technology is still some of the best in the world. This is an asset. Alaska, Hawaii, Canada and Central America still abound in natural resources. We might find, from talking to the inhabitants, that many feel the same way; that as the rightful owners of the lands that harbor our resources; we should come to an equitable means of deciding their value, apart and separate from the dilemma of the failing world bank.

  3. We must look at the concept of production of goods and services versus the production of raw resources.

    Under the original concept of fiat money, the production of goods and services encapsulated the harvesting, production and transport of finished goods.

    Although there was a certain aspect of barter as fiat money also assessed and encompasses the fruit of the land while it was in crop growth. For instance, farmer Joe has 98 acres of viable wheat and with crop value at current prices, Joe to the tune of farmer, may be able to barter quantities of future crop harvest for commodities and goods prior to harvest to meet the demands of his family’s table.

    Production of raw resources, in relation of this Article, is meant to infer the mining of precious ores.

    Also this Article is meant to bring light to the subversion of the (u)nited States of America through commerce. The point of fact is that the financers have already have placed a value on North American industry.

    And while the will to buy is prevalent, the ability to do so at credit has been foreclosed by Wall Street’s policy of trading debt commodities, or modern fiat monies, for greater credit value. This is what resulted in so much cross default between Banks that said institutions very nearly caused a global economic meltdown, or destruction of international monies at credit (fiat) source.

    And it is agreeable for the nations of North America to stand together and protect not only individual Nations’ independence as well as commerce at large.

    Remember all of the contracts of submission to de facto statutory or parliamentary rule is voluntary. En- masse, No means No. And properly stated, public officials must submit or face the reality of trial by the people.

    And last I heard, the continental (u)nited States of America holds some 15 (fifteen) times the amount of oil of all Middle Eastern field potential prior to production. Now that’s meat and potato’s babies

  4. And for those of you out there with credit problems, did your Credit Company or Institution lend you substance of tangible wealth. Do they control an unperfected lien against you private person, in other words did they loan you legal tender?

    Further, if said Companies or Institutions received bail-out monies, they may not be able to foreclose on any debt regardless of condition of lien due to conflict of interest.

    In other words, if said companies or institutions received Bail-out monies to cover the loss of fiat monies used to trade at commodity, they now may not be able to foreclose on liens at the public level on grounds of international commercial law prohibiting collection of dues and premiums from dual sources to yield greater than origional principal loan assets.

  5. If Jackson could rout the Vipers, then all we need is a straight back during voluntary vertical forward momentum, a large stick AND plenty of ink in the well. Bring your own quill.

    Yea, I just clowned Teddy.

  6. I think its funny how everyone here is so quick to jump on the illegal “Mexicans” that are in this country. What about ALL the Asian’s that are here illegally? I do agree that we need immigration reform but for ALL illegal immigrants not just pick and choose. For those who say we need the jobs for “hard-working Americans”, well they are more than welcome to go out to the fields, deal with heat or freezing cold and pick the fruit and vegetables that we all eat on a daily basis. However, a lot of those crying are the ones sitting on their butts collecting welfare. No one has to agree with me, this is just MY OPINION

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