It’s all about consent….
Oct. 13, 2013
(Please read this blog starting with the earliest post…the ones at the bottom…so you will see the flow of information in order…Thanks.)
We go into a casino on our own volition. No one forces us. We go to play and win. It’s voluntary. Keep that in mind because, the same principle applies (according to the government’s view) when we go to court.
It’s important to see this part of the picture, since the story devolves onto this concept…the ‘consent’ of the governed.
We use the court system… because some one has filed a case against us or, we, ourselves have filed a case…it’s voluntary. When we show up in court to answer a complaint, we are “consenting” to their jurisdiction, in other words, we ‘volunteer’ into the system.
Consenting to the jurisdiction includes providing court officials with information: name, SS#, birth date, etc. We place ourselves ‘within’ their system, and ask for the ‘benefits’ they offer – to be adjudicated – or judged – hoping for some simple justice. They take our data (IDs) as part of an intake process, and then enter it into their court database, which is typically run by a third-party provider – a private company that most likely is not accountable to Open Records laws or does not have to adhere to governmental “rules.” We have freely offered our private information and it is then given to whomever is operating the database. We voluntarily, and innocently, provide them with our commercial identity.
So, it is OUR FAULT for whatever then transpires….we freely offered all our private information. And, even though the court system has supposedly established rules to hide our social security numbers, this ban was not in place for the paper files, and some of the clerks had to go back into the files and delete this data from the records. Remember when a carbon copy credit card receipt showed your full credit card number? Same thing with the early court data. Some one finally made a rule to keep certain things private – but not all. Even now, in criminal cases, the full birth date is shown on the public record. Even with this protection, any one with access to internal databases can find this information, such as those in law enforcement through drivers license records. It’s all there…for those that have access.
Once again, if what we’re talking about is a massive numbers racket, it’s convenient that most of our data is in the form of numbers: SS#, date of birth, case number, loan amounts, tax parcel numbers….. The system is awash in numbers.
Some say to ‘get off the grid’ and that would mean expunging all numbers connected with us…not an easy task since the numbering system starts from the time we are born when we are given a Birth Certificate with a number and soon after, a social security number….and, again, this is something which almost all parents do proudly….’voluntarily.’
Some say the Birth Certificate has a good purpose – to establish our nationality and, some say the Certificate is even given a ‘value’ when it is deposited with the state……only the insiders truly know what takes place when we are registered.
When this country declared a financial emergency in 1933, the monetary system – federal reserve notes -would no longer be backed by precious metals. There had to be a replacement and some say it then became ‘the people’… all that we own and even our productive value. They called it “Full Faith and Credit” – a vague term that cannot be easily quantified, since its meaning is slippery depending on who you ask. The gold and silver standard backing the money gradually did disappear, and only by reading the Congressional Records from that time period, will you be able to understand the changes being implemented and who was supporting or resisting them…and why. This discussion may eventually tell more about that piece of history, but for now, it’s back to the story on the numbers racket. Stay tuned…