If you are considering a debt consolidation, read this first
"The ugly truth about why consolidation is a very bad idea."
Look around you. This is 2005 in the "Land of the Free". How do you feel? Are you free? Well, sort of. We can do whatever we want as long as it is within certain rules and guidelines, and that makes sense, right? Of course. But at the same time, there is a prevailing sense that something is not right. There is an undercurrent, getting stronger and stronger that is negative - unsettling. We can't exactly put our finger on it, but we complain to each other. Why do we hear the same news all the time? - it seems controlled....Why don't we feel the government that we supposedly elected, is not representing us? Why have many of us lost interest in voting? Do we feel frustrated and controlled, as if more and more we are little fish in the sea? Why can't we get ahead financially? How come our debts seem to keep piling up and we have to work harder and longer just to keep up?
In the ACR E-book there is a Section 17 that deals with debt elimination and banking. We give you a lot of educational material that will show you how money works, how we got to where we are today in this Land of the Free, and some of the hidden things that contribute to why we have this sense that something is wrong.
A few paragraphs are given here and below as a preamble to the e-book to introduce you to this problem.
Around the time of the war between the states - the Civil War - (1861-1865) - certain "central" union advocates were busy putting together a plan that would increase the jurisdiction of the United States over the individual states, which by law were the controlling, legal authority at that time. When this country was first put together, the people did not want a large central government that they could not trust. They wanted individual rights, and hence individual states had jurisdiction. There was no central union. There was no real "United" States. This plan was necessary because the United States had no subjects and only the land ceded to it from the states, i.e.. the District of Columbia which was only ten miles square and such land as was necessary for forts, magazines, arsenals, etc. After the War, things changed and when addressing the Union, the states were referred to as the "United States" and no longer as individually governed states. It took some time, however, for the change to be consummated.
Between the 1860's and the early 1900's, banking and taxing mechanisms were changing through legislation. Cunning people closely associated with the power in England had great influence on the legislation being passed in the United States. Of course such legislation did not apply to the states or to the people in the states, but making the distinction was not deemed to be a necessary duty of the legislators. It was the responsibility of the people to understand their relationship to the United States and to the laws that were passed by the legislature. This distinction between the United States and the states was taught in the homes and the schools and churches. The early courts did not interpret legislation as broadly at that time because the people knew when the courts were overstepping their jurisdiction. The people were in control because they knew who they were and where they were standing in relation to the United States.
During the Civil War the first Civil Rights Act was passed to create License Privileges for the 14th Amendment Citizens (the soon to be allegedly freed slaves) and to set the trap for March 9, 1933 for changing the status of state citizens to Federal (or Feudal - meaning being held in control) Citizens with Civil Rights to hide the inalienable rights granted by their Creator, as declared in the Declaration of Independence of 1776. If the cunning rich men of the earth could get us dumbed down enough with lack of knowledge (which is where we are today) they would be able to control us and our money at will.
When one follows the path over the decades, it becomes disgustingly clear that we are not in a place where we want to be. Once we become empowered with knowledge, we will be able to reverse the conditions that binds us and makes us debtors. The movement is growing and there is no turning back.
E X T R A C T: THE BANKER'S MANIFEST
protect itself in every way, through combination and through legislation. Debts
must be collected and loans and mortgages foreclosed as soon as possible. When
through a process of law the common people lost their homes, they will be more
tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law, applied by the
central power of wealth, under control of leading financiers. People without
homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our
principal men now engaged in forming an imperialism of capital to govern the
world. By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in
fighting over questions of no importance to us except as teachers of the common
herd. Thus, by discrete action we can secure for ourselves what has been
generally planned and successfully accomplished.
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