Ideas on who/whom we send the original BC and silver coin to:
March 3, 2021 at 9:56 am #2644
Now I live in Queensland and was born in Queensland,
But this should be the same for all states. and territory even tasmania, and victoria.
I believe we must get this correct first time in sending in our original BC and silver coin, with the written statement, so there is many questions that must be answered first:
I have a few, and I am guessing many others have some also.
One is where to who and where is it sent?
Remembering Queensland is quite a corrupt state, with very dishonourable supposed politicians.
There is a Land title registry
There is a claimed Attorney General.
There is a fishy Treasurer.
There is suppose to be but remains elusive, a Registrar of Birth Deaths and marriages, that has been claimed it’s a revolving hat, but ultimately resides under the attorney general.
Considering the registrar is the creator of the birth certificate, “a Satanic Instrument”, I guess he/she does not wish people to know this.
But one of these culprits is the one we must send the original BC to.
So who has any ideas? and above all prove it; and it would be the same for all other states.
Or do we all go Federal?
If so what is the argument for this move:
We must all work together as it is for the benefit of us all as well as others.
Maybe someone know someone who has already done it, who may now come forward now it is out in the open, and give us a pointer.
We have the key, we just need to know which key-lock to put it in. Unlocking the door to freedom.
March 5, 2021 at 11:21 am #2759JaebinParticipant
the Treasury Department for which ever state, or the registrar? I would be more pointing to the registrar based on the fact her or she created it and has the lone signature on it, on the other hand, this was done on behalf of the crown, under the Department of justice, [but for each state the Department of Treasury and Finance are the accountants, the Treasury corporation is the bank – that last part was told to me from an employee when I called them. ]
I dont think we need to be too concerned with anything outside the treasury and dep of justice, because everything will correct from the original claim and/or the original document that created the mess. I have made a template on the PPSR for the treasury dep, I just need to make a security agreement, I think we need to be careful with the agreement, as we do not want to give any possessions back, we would keep them as beneficial owner, the only thing we are really trying to transfer is liability. and with clean hands in equity.
I’m thinking my BC would basically state:
Claim of Right – Successive transfer of security interest by assignment to new debtor, accepted for value, accepted for advance, not negotiable, by priority holder: John-Henry, value attached [Personal Property Securities Act 2009 Section 72]
Could go a million ways on this thing, bloody aussie law.
March 5, 2021 at 11:47 pm #2765
Thank You Jaebin:
I was leaning towards the Registrar for BDM, and the fishy Treasurer who wont pick up his registered mail, so when I get around to sending mine in (which now will be ASAP), it will go by courier, so there will be no claim of deniability of it arriving. as theses creatures are corrupt to the core. They have absolutely no honour.
I am also leaning to the position of also sending certified copies, to others. Like the attorney general, who oversees the RBDM. and the Governor General. as Queens representative.
Let me know what you think.
there is a zoom meeting tonight, 7pm Queensland time,
I am trying to be there maybe bring up these questions, if there is time.
Regards Lone Wolf.
March 8, 2021 at 3:10 am #2872Christian JamesParticipant
I found this in the US Laws. Maybe it will help? PROPERTY CODE
TITLE 6. UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
CHAPTER 74. REPORT, DELIVERY, AND CLAIMS PROCESS
Sec.A 74.304. RESPONSIBILITY AFTER DELIVERY.
(a) If reported property is delivered to the comptroller, the state shall
assume custody of the property and responsibility for its safekeeping.
(b) A holder who delivers property to the comptroller in good faith is relieved of all liability to the extent of the value of the property delivered for any claim then existing, that may arise after delivery to the comptroller, or that may be made with
respect to the property.
50 USC 4305 (2) Any payment, conveyance, transfer, assignment, or delivery of property or interest therein, made to or for the account of the United States, or as otherwise directed, pursuant to this subdivision or any rule, regulation, instruction, or direction issued hereunder shall to the extent thereof be a full acquittance and discharge for all purposes of the obligation of the person making the same; and no person shall be held liable in any court for or in respect to anything done or omitted in good faith in connection with the administration of, or in pursuance of and in reliance on, this subdivision, or any rule, regulation, instruction, or direction issued hereunder.
March 8, 2021 at 3:14 am #2873Christian JamesParticipant
An officer who conducts the fiscal affairs of a state or Municipal Corporation.
A comptroller, which is often synonymous with auditor, generally has specific duties including the supervision of revenue, the examination and certification of accounts, and the inspection, examination, or control of the accounts of other public officials.
A state comptroller’s major function is the final auditing and settling of all claims arising against the state.
The chief financial officer of any private organization, such as a university or a corporation, is also called a comptroller.
Within the federal government, the office of the comptroller of the currency exists as part of the national banking system. The function of this office is to promulgate and execute rules and regulations that govern the national banks. The approval of the comptroller of currency is essential to the organization of new national banks, as well as the transformation of state-chartered banks into national banks and the consolidation and merger of banks.
The comptroller general of the United States is the leading official of the General Accounting Office whose primary duty is to audit various governmental agencies.
West’s Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
March 24, 2021 at 9:07 pm #3760VictorParticipant
So four original birth certificates and four silver coins, should cover all bases:
the Land Titles Registrar,
the Attorney General,
the Registrar of BDM…………
So if you’re in a hurry send all four: Total of $400
I believe this method will guarantee a “Response”
WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?…….
March 25, 2021 at 2:17 am #3797
For starters three of the creatures have stole three coins.
and knowing the corruption and treason that goes on in this country,
You will never know which one it was,
and also are you aware each birth certificate has a unique bond number
so its a good idea to stick with the one bond, through the ordeal as that bond number is now yours.
so I will sit back and :-
not be the first, as rushing usually results in failure.
and see who gets through or who does not.
as so many are already biting at the bit.
but thanks for your thoughts:
and please let me know how you go.
March 25, 2021 at 9:06 am #3824
Thats fine Victor:
it is something we want to get right the first time,
Unfortunately I have been reigned in; uploading and even commenting in the groups, so the forum is the only thing working at the moment, and mail box,
Not sure if I can still upload on the forum, so I am not going to try.
I would suggest watching the videos that Jody and Darren have put up – but do it on YouTube so you can open the transcript and down load it, even down load the video, then you can study the transcript in word searching for words, that way you can create reference information.
as you miss a lot stopping and starting the video,
with Transcript I am building a document I can read next to the video.
takes a bit of time, but at the end of the day you have a reference.
at this time we are trying to get our heads around compatible acts and legislation,
some is only confusing because many are trying to go for the whole pie, instead a piece at a time ,
There are a few steps, but the first step that puts you in the private and safe, is the one everyone should be concentrating on —-
the first step, step one.
To me to be in the private and safe from the statutes and crap we have been living under takes a great weight off our shoulders, and we can concentrate on the next step to set up our account and access to some wealth,
while you are doing that there is an obligation by the corporations to not deny you access to a living, without hindrance, as it is discharged against the estate.
So step one must be your first priority.
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