By Anna Von Reitz
A note by any other name would smell as bad.
What is a note? It's the flip-side of a bond.
You promise to pay a note in the future. Someone or something else promises to pay you a bond in the future.
Both a note and a bond are debt instruments. Neither one of them can pay anything. They can only create and transfer debt, debt, debt, and more debt.
So it doesn't matter if it is a "Federal Reserve Note" or a "US Note". Both are nothing more or less than I.O.U's.
But, wait a minute---- do you owe them, such that you need to pass around I.O.U's in lieu of money?
No, you don't. Instead, they owe you quadrillions of dollars--- a debt all these corporations are trying to escape by claiming bankruptcy protection and by offering "private settlements" at less than a penny a dollar.
They think they are going to just boot up another store front and go on merrily racking up debts against you and your assets until you are totally enslaved, penniless, homeless, dependent, and hopeless---literally buried under layers of "government" and government "services".
Lucky for you, you don't have a contract with them anymore.
Don't let the screen door hit them on the way out.
And don't be confused into thinking that a "US Note" is something different or better than a "Federal Reserve Note".
Repeat after me: "A note is a note is a note is a note is a note......"
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URGENT NOTE FROM ANNA:
The most urgent thing people need to do besides cleaning up their own political status records is organize their county level jural assemblies. Toward that end, would you please put a box somewhere on the website prominently displaying the contact info for the Michigan General Jural Assembly?
Michigan General Jural Assembly is hosting a Thursday night call each week to help people find their own county history and follow through their own process to set up their land jurisdiction county jural assemblies--- call in at nine o'clock p.m., EST, 1-712-770-4160, access code 226823#.
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