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Pure Trust Case Law

Pure Trust Case Law

There are some who claim that there is no such thing as a **"Pure Trust" and may attempt to do so by citing case law. There are many who continue to deny the existence of Pure Trusts even after being referred to sources such as American Jurisprudence, American Law Reviews, and Restatement of Trusts. We have cited several cases below that come from authoritative sources that acknowledge not only that "Pure Trusts" exist but in fact are valid. Not that the validity of a "Pure Trust" depends on case law. It doesn't. 

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Bowing and Scraping for the WTO

February 28, 2005

The World Trade Organization, which the United States joined in 1994, has been disastrous for American sovereignty. A tax bill passed last year provides a vivid example of just how blatantly Congress is surrendering our sovereignty to quasi-governmental bodies like the WTO. For years, high-tax Europe has objected to how we tax American companies on their overseas earnings. The EU took its dispute to the WTO grievance board, which voted in favor of the Europeans. The WTO ruling was clear: Congress must change American law to comply with European rules.

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What if JFK Weren't Assassinated? Where Would We be Today?

© 2002 by Tom Schauf
http://www.bankhonesty.com

If JFK had lived...Let us first follow the money trail, and show how it connects directly to JFK, and what JFK did to try to help the American people regarding the national debt and banking.

To best explain the money trail, it is easiest to give President Abraham Lincoln's story. Lincoln was president during the American Civil War. The war between the North and the South over the slavery issue. The Yanks against the Confederates.

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Russia ends de facto dollar peg and moves to align rouble with euro

The Financial Times
February 5 2005
By Steve Johnson in London

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Russia said yesterday it had abandoned efforts to tie the rouble's movement closely to the dollar and switched to shadowing both the euro and the US currency.

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Iraqi Farmers Aren't Celebrating World Food Day

Nov 11, 2004

As part of sweeping "economic restructuring" implemented by the Bush Administration in Iraq, Iraqi farmers will no longer be permitted to save their seeds. Instead, they will be forced to buy seeds from US corporations -- which can include seeds the Iraqis themselves developed over hundreds of years. That is because in recent years, transnational corporations have patented and now own many seed varieties originated or developed by indigenous peoples. In a short time, Iraq will be living under the new American credo: Pay Monsanto, or starve.

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Sinking Dollar Dominates Davos Debate

By Mark Landler
January 27, 2005
New York Times

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DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan. 26 - Two things were as clear as the Alpine air on the opening day of the World Economic Forum on Wednesday: The relentlessly sinking dollar is Topic A, and anyone hoping for an answer to when it will stop dropping is likely to come away disappointed.

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The white lies they (salesmen) tell us

January 18, 2005: 10:53 AM EST
By Sarah Max, CNN/Money senior writer

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) – "How can you tell if a car salesman is lying?" the joke goes. "His lips are moving."

To be fair, car salesmen may not be telling a bold-faced lie when they say they're giving you a great deal. Neither are credit card companies necessarily dishonest when they tease you with low introductory rates, then jack them up later. Didn't you read the fine print?

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Growing the future: North of Boston farmer works to revitalize agriculture in Sri Lanka

By Sonya Vartabedian
Staff writer

SALISBURY — For 2,000 years, medicinal herbs have been rooted deep in the culture of Sri Lanka, providing the foundation for traditional medical practices that have become sought by the rest of the

Now, a Salisbury herb farmer is volunteering her time to revitalize the farming tradition and ensure it remains an intrinsic part of the local economy.

"It's been their lifeblood," said Rita Wollmering, owner of The HERB FARMacy in Salisbury.

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