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Origin of the magical words of IN GOD WE TRUST:

Origin of the magical words of IN GOD WE TRUST:

There is no money, there never has been any money and what we used as money is no more.

US Constitution: Art. I §10 par.1

Section. 10. Limitations upon powers of states. No State shall .... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; ....

25. Concerning the 14th Amendment:

Section 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts ... suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.

a. The validity of the public debt, that is Obligations of the United States, authorized by law, as stated in the 14th amendment of the United States constitution, shall not be questioned;

b. Neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation;

c. There is no mention to who must assume or pay for these public debts and obligations;

d. Public debts, obligations, and claims, shall be held illegal and void;

e. The government gets credit (full faith and credit ) from the American people, thus this would make all Americans, or anyone in the world, that is to say, incarnate, nonresident aliens of D.C.: creditors;

f. As creditors can forgive debts owed to them, this would allow ANY American to forgive any (illegal and void) public debt, allege or verified;

HJR 192 that ended the use of gold backed money is not an amendment and being contrary to the Constitution is an act of treason against the american people.

United States Constitution Section. 8. Powers of Congress: Law of nations, definition and punishment of offenses against, Art. I §8 par.10: 1. The Congress shall have Power: 10. To define and punish ... Offenses against the Law of Nations;

In Law of Nations Book 1 Chapter X § 105: “Establishment of money:

In the first ages, after the introduction of private property, people exchanged their superfluous commodities and effects for those

they wanted. Afterwards gold and silver became the common standard of the value of all things: and to prevent the people from

being cheated, the mode was introduced of stamping pieces of gold and silver in the name of the state, with the figure of the

prince, or some other impression, as the seal and pledge of their value. This institution is of great use and infinite convenience: it is

easy to see how much it facilitates commerce, — Nations or sovereigns cannot therefore bestow too much attention on an affair of such importance.”

Law of Nations Book 1 Chapter X § 108: “How one nation may injure another in the article of coin: From the principles just laid down, it is easy to conclude, that if one nation counterfeits the money of another, or if she allows and protects false-coiners who presume to do it, she does that nation an injury. However, commonly criminals of this class find no protection anywhere — all princes being equally interested in exterminating them”.

Today, around the world, “money” is created by false-coiners.

24. Concerning “Payment”:

a. When a “tax bill” provides for the payment of money, that term imports constitutional currency; Shackleford v. Cunningham, 41 Ala 203; West Oliver Co. v. Bail & Crommelin, 12 Ala 340)

b. According to the constitution, that “payment of debts” must be in gold or silver coin; The United States Constitution Article 1 §10, Article 1 § 8 ¶ 5; Law of Nations Book 1 Chapter X § 105-107

c. There is no amendment that abrogates the requirement to be “paid” in gold or silver coin;

i. There is no gold or silver backing these Federal Reserve notes; News, Federal Reserve Board, Congress, President, Courts, IRS

ii. The IRS, cannot accept gold or silver for payment; Internal Revenue Manuel

d. Federal Reserve notes do not constitute “payment”; Echart v. Commissioners C.C.C 42 Fd2d 158

i. Notes are not good and lawful money of the United States; Rains v State, 226 S.W. 189

ii. Checks, drafts, money orders, and bank notes are not lawful money of the U.S.;” State v. Nealan, 43 Ore. 158

iii. The Note is only a promise to pay; Fidelity Savings v Grimes, 131 P2d 894

e. Issuance of Federal Reserve notes is not an attempt by the government to coin money, it is a pledge of the government to pay dollars;

f. Debt obligations of the United States are non-taxable and exempt from taxation; United States Code Title 31 § 3124

g. Federal Reserve Notes are debt obligations to the US government; United States Code Title 18 § 8

h. One cannot tender a debt with a debt;

i. If possession determines claims, can one not assign whatever one claims to another? United States Code Title 12 § 95a(2)

j. Federal Reserve Notes are securities; United States Code Title 12 § 411

k. Reserve notes are worthless securities; United States Code Title 26 § 165 (g)(2)(C)

l. The courts have ruled that Federal Reserve notes are worthless piece of paper: void; The United States Constitution 14th Amendment § 4

m. The government is to settle claims; United States Code Title 31 § 3702

n. The government assumes all responsibilities of private persons when it issues commercial paper; U.S. v. First National Bank, 138 F.2d 681

o. Unless we are using gold or silver, everything in public circulation is obligation of the United States- that is to say, Government Obligated Debts; United States Code Title 18 § 8

p. A promise to pay cannot, by argument, however ingenious, be

made the equivalent of actual payment; Christensen v. Beebe, 91 P 133, 32 Utah 406.

t. All stocks, bonds, Treasury notes, and other obligations of the United States, shall be exempt from taxation; United States Code Title 31 § 742

In Government Obligated Debts Do We Really Trust?