Monday, April 29, 2013
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is one of a number of uniform acts that have been promulgated in conjunction with efforts to harmonize the law of sales and other
commercial transactions in all 50 states within the United States of America. The Uniform Commercial Code is looked upon as the bible in the world of business. Under
Caeser of Rome, it was established that all nations in the empire that do any form of business, should all play on a level field, but what is not told is that the UCC
is based directly on Vatican Canon Law, of the Roman Canon Law, which means, its regulations are under the Roman Catholic Church. Now, you maybe wondering what this
has to do with birth certificates, so let's break down the origin of birth certificates.
What is a berth? To come into or dock at a wharf such as when a ship comes into a dock, it arrives. So consequently, when a ship pulls into a port, it pulls in and
stops, that is called its berth, because the ship has now arrived. So because it is on the laws of the high seas, it is governed by the UCC Commercial Law. So when the
ship pulls in to it's berth, the first thing the captain must do is to present a certificate of manifest to the port authorities. What is a certificate of manifest? It
is a document listing a ship's contents, cargo, crew, and passengers. So whatever the ship brings in at berth, the captain has to present a certificate of manifest
showing the identity and value of the items on the ship. Now consequently, when people are born, they come out of their mother's water, therefore they must have a
birth certificate, which is a certificate of manifest, because the people are considered a corporation owned item, they are a human resource. This goes back to the
German Nazi concept, that every human coming out of their mother's water must be birthed, and therefore the people have to have a certificate of manifest, to see who
this individual is and how much they are going to make for the government in their New World Order.
Now ask yourself, have you ever, in your entire life, "signed" your name in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS? Of course not! Haven't you always used both upper and lower case
letters to sign your name? Yes. And why is that? Because that is what you have been taught since a child. Because the standard Rule of Law governing the use of English
Grammar states that the correct Capitalization of Proper Names must begin with a capital letter, and the rest of the name must be spelled in smaller case letters. At
Law, this lets others know you are an entity created by God, and not an entity created by man. Now, there are entities created by man, Corporations for example.
Corporations are known as "persons" created by the government. They are created on a piece of paper and brought into existence by the government. To differentiate
between those created by God and those created by the government, those created by the government have their names spelled in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. This lets others
know that this entity does not have a body, soul, and spirit like man has, but that this is a fictitious entity created for the purpose of making a profit.
Now, if you look at a license, or ID Card or Birth Certificate, you will notice the name that appears on it is spelled in all capital letters! What this means, at law,
is that the entity that is named on this license is a creature of the government, and not a creature of God. It means that entity is a servant of Caesar, and not a
servant of God. Send your birth certificate back to the government or your state, and follow the path of freedom which is in the Most High. Shalom!
Friday, April 26, 2013
12 April 2013 Breaking News Military and Homeland Security to target Christians end times news update 4-12-13
A U.S. Army training instructor listed Evangelical Christianity and Catholicism as examples of religious extremism along with Al Qaeda and Hamas during a briefing with an Army Reserve unit based in Pennsylvania Fox News has learned.
We find this offensive to have Evangelical Christians and the Catholic Church to be listed among known terrorist groups," said Ron Crews, executive director of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty. It is dishonorable for any U.S. military entity to allow this type of wrongheaded characterization.
The incident occurred during an Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training brief on extremism. Topping the list is Evangelical Christianity. Other organizations listed included Catholicism, Al Qaeda, Hamas, the Ku Klux Klan, Sunni Muslims, and Nation of Islam. The military also listed Islamophobia as a form of religious extremist.
The incident was made public by a soldier who attended the briefing. He asked for copies of the presentation and sent them to the Chaplain Alliance.
"He considers himself an evangelical Christian and did not appreciate being classified with terrorists," Crews told Fox News. "There was a pervasive attitude in the presentation that anything associated with religion is an extremist."
The Archdiocese for the Military Services was shocked to learn that the Army considered Catholicism to be an example of extremism.
"The Archdiocese is astounded that Catholics were listed alongside groups that are, by their very mission and nature, violent and extremist," the Archdiocese said in a statement. They want the Dept. of Defense to ensure that taxpayer funds are never again used to present blatantly anti religious material to the men and women in uniform."
MILITARY SAYS CROSSES DISRESPECT OTHER FAITHS
ARMY SILENCES CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS
ARMY REMOVES STEEPLE, CROSSES, FROM CHAPEL
CONGRESSMAN: THERE IS WAR ON RELIGION IN MILITARY
AIR FORCE REMOVES GOD FROM LOGO
It appears that some military entities are using definitions of 'hate' and 'extreme' from the lists of anti-Christian political organizations. That violates the apolitical stance appropriate for the military."
He also wants the military to consult with chaplains about matters involving religion.
All religious issues of this sort in the U.S. military should be channeled first through the Chiefs of Chaplains offices for review," he said. "Do they really want to classify evangelicals and the Catholic Church as extremist groups?"
April 2013 Examiner reports - According to a letter written by Ron Trowbridge, undersheriff with the Prowers County, Colorado Sheriff Office, Christians who believe the Bible is the literal word of God and others who do not agree with the changes taking place in America could find themselves under scrutiny by law enforcement authorities and Homeland Security, Steven H. Ahle wrote at Red Statements Friday.
Trowbridge, a law enforcement officer with many years of experience, told Ahle that he recently attended a training session in La Junta, Colo., where, he says, Colorado State Patrol Trooper Joe Kluczynski gave a 2-hour presentation on the "sovereign citizen" movement.
According to the FBI, the "sovereign citizen movement" is made up of "anti government extremists who believe that even though they physically reside in this country, they are separate or 'sovereign' from the United States.
These people, the FBI says, do not believe they have to answer to any government authority and can cause a number of problems for law enforcement authorities.
But according to Trowbridge's letter, Kluczynski went much further, including "those who believe America was founded on godly principles, Christians who take the Bible literally, and fundamentalists.
"Kluczynski did not explain what he meant by 'fundamentalists' but from the context it was clear he was referring again to those who took the Bible literally or too seriously.
Kluczynski even later questioned some of the troopers present if they were willing and prepared to confiscate 'illegal' weapons if ordered to.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
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