US Citizens Defined as Property of the Government

American Kabuki

This UCC document appeared on one of the Skype chats yesterday, it seemed familar to one mentioned to me by a very connected financial person.  The UCC filing statement from 2011 raised 14.3 Trillion in money under the Obama Administration by using the the people of the United States as “property improvement” capital on the land for purposes of collateral. You can’t file a UCC on property, but you can file on property improvements.

Essentially they sold you for 14.3 Trillion dollars in borrowed funds.  This is quite separate and additional from the birth certificate bonds.  

I emailed my banking finance contact and they provided me with President Clinton’s 1997 Presidential Order, publicly defining the people of the United States as Property of the United States.

Defining people as property has been going on since the 1930s but was only declared publicly in 1997 by President Clinton.

Here’s the quote from  my anonymous contact:

The UCC-1 filing that you posted is related to this matter however, The executive order specifically mentioning publicly that we are Human Capital was Executive Order No. 13037 March 4, 1997 (specifically section 2 subsection ( b ) ). Prior to this the registrations of birth was secretly used in order to create a ‘Bond’ or debt on each individual. This has been taking place since 1933 in private.


Usa Citizens as Property of the Govt

3 thoughts on “US Citizens Defined as Property of the Government

  1. I believe the the term they used for us before the 1930s was slave. Regardless what they call it, they view us as owned. Its up to us to show them that the costs of human chattel far outweigh the write-off potential. Fitting that in the USA a man descended of slavish types now acts as the spokes-hole for a nation of damaged collateral.

  2. The so-called ‘governmen’t can CLAIM anything they want to.

    Proving it, and attempting to enforce it is another matter altogether.

    1. F!@k these mutherf!@kers. Lay hands on each one and bury them up to their chest in the national mall in DC and keep them alive. Let people walk by them and consider what they and their forefathers have done to the nation and the world.

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