Sunday, March 30, 2008

The Sentence (March 22, 2008)

The sentence has been passed. Everybody has now made this choice on whether to believe the lie or the truth. Regrettably wide is the path to destruction is a truth proven again. What I love about God is that even now when He is justified to hold all men on account for the choices they have made, He still remains merciful. I can relate to that moment of anger He had on Mt. Sinai. Yet Moses was able to reason with Him about His mercy. As I went to the throne in prayer, I was reasoned with by the Spirit about mercy. You would think I should pout and pitch a fit about justice, but I am moved by His mercy. His mercy exceeds His justice which is what Romans chapter three makes clear. There is now a new righteousness apart from the law. When I am confronted by His mercy upon evil men how can I not believe He has mercy for all the families being devastated in the mortgage trap laid by the bankers? God sees and is concerned. That is what religion has to do with the mortgage business. Don’t fret about the sentence, it is meaningless. Even if I am forced to do the entire thing God’s hands are not tied. Most of you don’t know what a privilege it is to live in Christ. To live a life not possessed with the agenda of the devils on our soul I do know this and care not whether this world comprehends such a state. I can boast from there that I am well loved and that I have no fear. What I encourage you to do is while your trials are trivial in comparison to mine, find the same hope and peace. What God will do with me is a trusted event for my heart. I’m not certain my peace and knowledge is transferable. I do think it is individually obtainable. I want to recommend a book series called “The Spiritual Man” by Watchman Nee. This book written before I was born will confirm that I have lived and spoken the truth to you. This is a challenge even to some of you retards who at the moment are glorifying in evil but don’t have a peace about it. Scott from Vineland needs this desperately. Perhaps your start was legitimate but like the Galatians you have been bewitched. Hate me if you will but it is the spirit of Christ in me calling you out. Your hate and rejection is evidence of your need.

To my faithful brothers and sisters remain in prayer, our work is not finished. I imagined this as the ideal time to reenter the marketplace but God in Ephesians makes it clear that he is abundantly and exceedingly above what I can think and imagine. Sentencing was not a day useless to the work God is doing. Actually much revelation came to me about what God was doing. My understanding is increasing not my confusion. This should always be the case in the walk of faith. Is it the case with you? Should I be concerned when the devil calls me a liar or when he accuses me of telling the truth? I’ll take my blessing. Evil has an end and God’s plans shall prevail. Find your place. There is still work for my hands to do and I will not be slack.


Anonymous said...


neodemes said...

Why am I not surprised that a Google search of Watchman Nee turns up CULT alerts?

Anonymous said...


you blew this one...nothing whasoever to with jehovahs watchman

When he was 17 years old (1920), and still a student, he went to hear an evangelist by the name of Dora Yu, who charged the people to believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, a call that Watchman Nee accepted. From that day on, he consecrated himself completely to Jesus Christ and to the preaching of the Gospel in China After his conversion, many of his class-mates were converted due to his testimony and consecrated living

ethel said...


Unfortunately a search for just about anyone will turn into a cult alert. There's one for Olsteen, 7th day adventists, baptists, etc....

I have long wondered how the christian community can be so canabilistic. But it is....

neodemes said...


Did I say anything about JW?

I sure didn't.

Example of Nee theology.

Jesus = Holy Spirit


Joel Osteen is a nice guy, preaches positive thinking and God's Blessings for us, tells folksy anecdotes, and rarely mentions Jesus Christ or the Gospel's message of salvation. He has a huge audience and he gives them cotton candy theology.

He is an ear-tickler and his followers are starving.

The Seventh Day Adventists are legalists and their founder is a false prophet.

Recognizing heresy and apostasy isn't cannibalism, it is discernment based on God's Word.

Anonymous said...

not sure exactly what you mean.

Jesus = Holy Spirit

this is not as clear cut as you think.

it could be argued

1 = 3 or 3 = 1

and that the HS makes Jesus what He was

bible teachers dont make this distinction clearly.

they will teach that 1 = 3 when it suits their purpose, or rather when they themselves cant explain it, and then they will teach 3 = 1 on other occasions.

technically, you cannot distinguish between the one and the other, as if you take away either one, you dont have the other.

but that is a theoretical theological debate.

for all practical purposes, JC does equal HS, meaning in everyday life.

for historical purposes, then they can be distinguished.

in everyday living, as JC is not walking the earth, but His proxy are, Christians, then we represent Him and the only way we can do this is by possession of the HS.

so the JC in a person is represented by the HS, then which for all practical purposes is the same.

Anonymous said...

its sort of like debating the theoretical of money creation vs. how corrupt judges actually rule on it. they are different, but they are the same, or as they say, its the same difference.

neodemes said...

God's Word is clear that the person of Jesus Christ is distinct from the Holy Spirit and to teach that Jesus became the Holy Spirit is not presenting the Truth of God's Word.

Quoting Nee:

"Now God has accomplished everything in Christ. He died and was resurrected, and has been transformed into the Holy Spirit"

I don't intend on spending time digging up other false teachings, just demonstrating they exist, and have been built upon and espoused by Witness Lee and other followers of Nee.

Anonymous said...

1) i never heard of nee until you wrote it here

2) i dont know the context of what he said

3) i dont know what he meant, so i cant defend him, nor can i condemn him

4) but just to play "devils advocate" here, he is acknowledged to have brought possibly hundreds to christ in china

how many have YOU personally brought to christ??

and i dont mean the same as what "pastors" mean; they call "bringing someone to christ" when they start attending "their" church. total nonsense. what they really mean is teaching their brand of theology to those who attend their church. most who attend "church" have been saved long before they ever walked thru the church door. but try to tell a "paster" this?

i will grant you, that nee probly brought more "to christ" than you could ever have, or i, as he was/is dealing with real unsaved who have never even heard of christ, not those who have heard of him, but didnt like what their pastor preached, so they left "chruch" and were now considered unsaved.

nonetheless, in summary, if he truly brought hundreds to christ in china, even if he mixed up the theology, i beleive that god will give him a pass.

becasue dont forget, if that is the judgment stick, then according to my knowledge and interpretation of the bible, everyone who attends a church is listening to "false teaching" and is therefore condemned, as they are worshiping in satans house (false churches)

Anonymous said...

you mortgag brakers gettin you lemanaid stans ready???

you better!

Financial research firm says cuts will appear over 12 to 18 months as subprime crisis hits other areas of the banking industry.
Last Updated: April 1, 2008: 1:55 PM EDT

GENEVA (AP) -- The U.S. financial industry has been shedding jobs at a record clip, and some analysts predict the pace will only accelerate over the next year-and-a-half as banks cut costs in the face of the housing market slump and the weak economy.

Analysts at the financial research firm Celent LLC said in a report Tuesday that they expect the U.S. commercial banking industry - essentially, all companies that lend or collect deposits - to lose 200,000 of its two million jobs over the next 12 to 18 months.

An annual loss of 200,000 jobs at the nation's commercial banks would be an unprecedented number.

In 2007, the entire financial services sector - which consists of mostly commercial banks - announced job cuts that totaled a record 153,000, according to the job placement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. More than half of those cuts were in the mortgage-lending business, and occurred all over the country, particularly in New York and California.

Octavio Marenzi, the head of Celent's financial consultancy unit, said more layoffs are inevitable as the subprime crisis hits other parts of the banking industry and spreads beyond mortgages to mortgage-related products, such as home-equity loans, and other types of lending, such as credit cards.

"The banking industry over the past 40 years has never seen a downturn in its revenue growth," Marenzi said. "In 2008, it looks like it will decrease for the first time in living memory. They're going to have to respond with severe cost cutting. It's not an environment they're entirely used to."

The credit crisis began in earnest last summer when the markets tightened up at the sight of spiking subprime mortgage defaults.

"There's no horizon yet that anybody can see," said John Challenger, who runs Challenger, Gray & Christmas. "New events keep rolling out ... suggesting that there's more to come."

Financial services companies announced in January that they were cutting 16,000 U.S. jobs, and companies said in February they were trimming 6,000 more, Challenger said. Those figures are below last year's peak in August when companies announced they were cutting nearly 36,000 jobs, but analysts expect further bloodletting in the coming months.

Many banks that have reported huge losses have so far not announced significant layoffs outside the mortgage area, Challenger added. Just Tuesday, Swiss bank UBS AG (UBS) - which has a big portion of its staff in the United States - said it lost more than $12 billion in the first quarter.

And Celent's estimate does not include the securities industry, which currently employs some 800,000 people - more than it ever has, after a multiyear hiring spree, Marenzi said.

The investment bank Bear Stearns Cos. (BSC, Fortune 500) has 14,000 staffers, and JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM, Fortune 500)., the company buying the investment bank, has not yet announced how much of that staff it intends to keep. Meanwhile, Citigroup Inc. (C, Fortune 500) officially announced in January it was cutting 4,200 jobs globally, mostly in its investment banking business, but said there are more layoffs to come.

"What we haven't seen are big mega-layoffs -- tens of thousands of people in a large company," Challenger said. "It just feels to me there are big ones coming." To top of page
First Published: April 1, 2008: 7:06 AM EDT

mogel007 said...

Here are jurisdictional issues in the trial why the court never had jurisdiction or in the alternative lost any jurisdiction they could have had:

1. Prosecution amended the original indictment that changed the statutory elements necessary to be proven.

2. Prosecution created an irrelevant trial to any charged conduct.

3. Prosecution took facts outside the jurisdictions of the court & contorted them into crimes not committed.

4. Jury istructions were an abuse of discretion.

5. Defects of the case conferred no jurisdiction.

6. There is no evidence that the grand jury would have indicted on the evidence presented within the constructive amendment of the indictment.

7. Judge Alsup legislated from the bench his own interpretation of the law.

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Fed eyes Nordic-style nationalisation of US banks

By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, 02/04/2008

The US Federal Reserve is examining the Nordic bank nationalisations of the 1990s as a possible interim solution to the US financial crisis.

The US Federal Reserve
The Fed has been criticised for its rescue of Bear Stearns, which critics say has degenerated into a taxpayer gift to rich bankers

The Fed has been criticised for its rescue of Bear Stearns, which critics say has degenerated into a taxpayer gift to rich bankers.

A senior official at one of the Scandinavian central banks told The Daily Telegraph that Fed strategists had stepped up contacts to learn how Norway, Sweden and Finland managed their traumatic crisis from 1991 to 1993, which brought the region's economy to its knees.

It is understood that Fed vice-chairman Don Kohn remains very concerned by the depth of the US crisis and is eyeing the Nordic approach for contingency options.

Scandinavia's bank rescue proved successful and is now a model for central bankers, unlike Japan's drawn-out response, where ailing banks were propped up in a half-public limbo for years.

While the responses varied in each Nordic country, there a was major effort to avoid the sort of "moral hazard" that has bedevilled efforts by the Fed and the Bank of England in trying to stabilise their banking systems.

Norway ensured that shareholders of insolvent lenders received nothing and the senior management was entirely purged. Two of the country's top four banks - Christiania Bank and Fokus - were seized by force majeure.

"We were determined not to get caught in the game we've seen with Bear Stearns where shareholders make money out of the rescue," said one Norwegian adviser.

"The law was amended so that we could take 100pc control of any bank where its equity had fallen below zero. Shareholders were left with nothing. It was very controversial," he said.

Stefan Ingves, governor of Sweden's Riksbank, said his country passed an act so it could seize banks where the capital adequacy ratio had fallen below 2pc. Efforts were also made to protect against "blackmail" by shareholders.

Mr Ingves said there were parallels with the US crisis, citing the use of off-balance sheet vehicles to speculate on property. All the Nordic banks were nursed back to health and refloated or merged.

The tough policies contrast with the Fed's bail-out of Bear Stearns, where shareholders forced JP Morgan to increase its Fed-led rescue offer from $2 to $10 a share. Christopher Wood, chief strategist at brokers CLSA, says the Fed's piecemeal approach has led to "appalling moral hazard".

"Shareholders have been able to lobby for a higher share price only because the Fed took over the credit risk on $30bn of the investment bank's dubious paper. The whole affair also amounts to a colossal subsidy for JP Morgan," he said.

Anonymous said...

Two of the country's top four banks - Christiania Bank and Fokus - were seized by force majeure.

careful what name you use for a bank.

what jeenuis decided to name the bank "fukus" ??????

looks like you called it! as thats exactly what they did! should have named yo bank "fukthem"

then they would of taken the loss, not you!


Anonymous said...

"you shall heal the sick..."

AUSTIN — Ginny McCallum, 43, who has been confined to a wheelchair for much of her adult life, came to hear presidential candidate Barack Obama speak at the University of Texas. Afterward she found herself in a wheelchair access breezeway as Obama and his entourage exited the arena. The candidate spotted her, came over, grabbed her hand and pulled her up. She found herself standing for the first time in eleven years.

"He smiled at me and said, ‘Yes, you can,’" she says. "I was so stunned I didn’t know what to do."

McCallum is among hundreds of people who say they have been healed by the Democratic candidate, in one of the most surprising and little-acknowledged aspects of his campaign. Reporters have shied away from the story, chalking it up to "Obama-mania" and people’s feelings of elation.

"We don’t talk about it a lot, but yeah, it does happen," says one staffer who says he has seen multiple people healed on a rope line. "We don’t know exactly how or why it’s happening, and the Senator won’t talk about it. He usually insists that people keep it quiet and just report it to their pastor or priest."

Greeting supporters after a rousing speech in Houston, Obama stepped into the dense crowd and spontaneously began touching people: a legally blind woman, a man deaf in one ear, a cancer sufferer and a lame man.

"Yes, you can," Obama said as he laid hands on afflicted bodies.

The people’s reactions were so joyous as to be almost frightening. They jumped and shouted and wept. Before they could thank or embrace the candidate he was well down the rope line healing others. Their excitement was lost in the general din of the crowd.

Aides acknowledge that the phenomenon is occurring with greater frequency.

"His power goes beyond simple inspiration," says one aide. "There is something developing here that I’m not sure any of us fully understands."

They say Obama has told them privately that his time has not yet come, so it would be inappropriate to talk about the healings right now. He says he will wait until the convention to speak publicly about the "special calling" he believes he has to lead the country. They do expect him to start alluding to "the providential nature of what is happening on the campaign trail" in an upcoming address, mostly because word is getting around.

People have begun bringing relatives by the score to campaign events in hopes of a healing touch.

"It’s not the speeches that are drawing people anymore, as good as they are," says a senior staff member. "It’s people wanting to get better, and wanting their friends and relatives to get better. It’s the belief that there’s something more here." •

notorial dissent said...

more Moogie nonsense
Here are jurisdictional issues in the trial why the court never had jurisdiction or in the alternative lost any jurisdiction they could have had:

Right Moogs, just keep telling yourself that, not that it will do any good.

1) Guess what, the prosecution gets to amend the indictment as often as they want to right up until they go to trial, and even then they can amend under certain conditions. They also get to drop charges if they feel like it, and they did both. Your opinion doesn't count anymore here than it does any place else.

2) nonsense statement

3) another of you delusions, mail fraud is a federal charge and within federal jurisdiction, and actual only within federal jurisdiction

4) again another of your fits of wishful thinking

5) more nonsense

6) BS, there is no evidence the grand jury had any problems with any of it much less were duped into voting it in

7) more of your BS, the instructions and law as presented are in fact consistent not only with the law as it stands, but plain old reality, and you can’t stand it.

judge allslop said...

1. BS
4.more BS
5.More nonsense
6.More blather
Frickin tard or is it turd?

Anonymous said...

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"Centralization of credit in the banks of the state, by means of a national bank with state capital and an exclusive monopoly." -- Fifth plank of the Communist Manifesto, 1848

Crisis has been very good to government growth. It happens this way: the central government never does wrong, yet the evil that lurks in the world will on occasion strike us. Sometimes the evil is external, as in 9-11, other times it is internal, as in the case of certain economic upheavals. When the crisis is mostly economic, the culprit is always the private sector, and the guilty parties are usually big shots who got swept away with avarice. With a lapdog media clamoring for "reform," politicians pass more laws and flood the airwaves with rhetoric about how their new legislation will crush the forces of greed. Most of us then go about our business, hoping that causality is not an avenging angel.

In the era following the War of Secession, the federal government aggressively promoted development of the West through huge subsidies and other favors to business cronies. Corruption flourished, and overextended banks occasionally failed, causing panics in 1873, 1884, 1893, and 1907. Throughout this era there was growing opposition to sound money, eloquently expressed by railroad speculator Jay Cooke in 1869: "Why," he asked, "should this Grand and Glorious country be stunted and dwarfed--its activities chilled and its very life blood curdled by these miserable 'hard coin' theories--the musty theories of a bygone age." [1]

The Panic of 1907 is especially significant because it led to government-directed banking "reform." The panic got underway when United Copper's stock price collapsed. Knickerbocker Trust of New York had invested heavily in United Copper, and depositors made a run on the bank to get their money out. When Knickerbocker failed, depositors at other banks got nervous and demanded their money, igniting the panic. [2]

J. P. Morgan got together with other banking leaders and met virtually nonstop for three weeks to solve the crisis. They secured credit from foreign investors, redirected funds from strong banks to weak ones, and bought stock in foundering but still promising companies. [3] The panic died a few weeks later.

For the New York bankers, there remained a much more serious problem. The growth of state banks over the previous 20 years had slowly eroded their power. By 1896, state and other nonnational banks constituted 61% of the total, and by 1913, 71%. More significantly, nonnationals commanded 57% of banking resources by 1913. [4]

With such a troubling trend, what did the New York bankers do? They turned to their pals in Washington. As we've seen, from the time of Lincoln's administration government sought to partner with business, delivering special favors in return for political support. This is mercantilism, the system we rejected in 1776. By the early 20th century, we were neck-deep in Progressive propaganda, and there was no viable group opposing government takeover of our lives. The once laissez-faire, sound-money Democratic Party died with the nomination of William Jennings Bryant for president in 1896. From that point on, both Republicans and Democrats were promoting more statism as the miracle cure for ills it had breeded.

Both Congress and the American Banking Association had been pushing for central banking since the 1890s. The Panic of 1907 gave them another excuse to go after it. Amid all the maneuvering and proposals, Morgan banker Henry Davison organized a duck hunting trip at Jekyll Island, Georgia in December, 1910. The ducks they took aim at were not the web-footed kind, but the unsuspecting American citizen who had always thought of money as gold.

The hunters were major players in American mercantilism: Senator Nelson Aldrich (R., R.I.), who had headed up the National Monetary Commission, a congressional committee dedicated to developing ideas for central banking; Frank Vanderlip of Rockefeller's National City Bank; Paul Warburg of the investment firm of Kuhn, Loeb, & Co., who was there to promote the German central bank of Bismarck; Charles Norton of First National Bank of New York, a Morgan company; and Davison, a partner of J.P. Morgan's. [5]

They devised a plan whereby a board of commercial bankers would supervise regional reserve banks. When Aldrich later introduced it to Congress, Democrats blocked it. In 1913, Carter Glass, a Democratic congressman from Virginia, used the Jekyll Island scheme as the basis for the Federal Reserve Act. [6]

The Act created 12 regional reserve banks ruled by a board of Washington bureaucrats, including the Treasury secretary and presidential appointees. Though the 12 reserve banks are officially "private" institutions, they're little different than government agencies, as Murray Rothbard noted.

In this manner government seized what Rothbard called "a crucial command post" of the economy, and therefore of the American society. [7] It used crisis -- repeated panics created by government meddling -- and the economic illiteracy and trust of the public to achieve its purpose.

And what has it sown from its command post? A subtle means of wealth transfer. A method of taxing us without legislation. A way of counterfeiting money legally. "Through the purchase of [usually government] debt by a bank, fiat money is injected into the economy," Gary North writes. [8] "Wealth then moves to those market participants who gain early access to this newly created fiat money," who are usually politically connected. The ones on fixed incomes or without close government connections bear the cost of higher prices later, as the money injection passes through the economy.

As most people know by now, the Fed greatly reduced reserve requirements during the 1920s, expanding credit recklessly and generating a false prosperity that ended in the crash of 1929. People understood that the Fed was manufacturing dollars out of thin air and started to pull their money out of banks, converting them to gold. Roosevelt closed the banks, then announced it was illegal to own gold. He forced people to give back to the Fed what was rightfully theirs. In 1933 Roosevelt made the dollar fiat currency domestically, but backed by gold internationally.

Roosevelt also created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in 1933, providing federal guarantee of bank deposits. Bank runs and the threat thereof have vanished, and most people believe this is good. But as Lew Rockwell observes, "The government-banking cartel regards the bank run--the threat of which used to keep wanton investing at bay--as against the national interest. As a result, the industry is perpetually shaky, and the largest banks are a menace to public life itself." [9]

Prior to 1929 the government had never intervened to help recovery from a recession. Previous administrations had let recessions run their course and recovery, at the hands of the market, usually occurred in a year or less. Hoover, and then Roosevelt to a much greater degree, took the statist course and drove the economy into a prolonged depression. For this, Roosevelt has been deified.

The Fed is the keystone of government wrong-doing. As Ludwig von Mises wrote long ago, "Ideologically, [sound money] belongs in same class with political constitutions and bills of rights." [10] In the name of civil liberty and civilization itself, the Fed should be abolished.


1. The Mystery of Banking, Murray Rothbard, New York: Richardson and Snyder, 1983. p. 135. (PDF version)

2. Separating Money and the State, Part I: Eighty Years of Destruction, Douglas E. French,

3. The Panic of 1907 and the Birth of the Federal Reserve, Jim Klann, 4. Rothbard, p. 136.

5. Rothbard, p. 137.

6. French

7. Taking Money Back, Murray Rothbard,

8. Rothbard, Mystery of Banking, Forward by Gary North.

9. Banks on the Dole, Llewellyn H. Rockwell, 10. The Theory of Money and Credit, Ludwig von Mises, Yale University Press, 1953, p. 414.

Anonymous said...

3. The Panic of 1907 and the Birth of the Federal Reserve, Jim Klann, 4. Rothbard, p. 136.


Anonymous said...

interesting commentary today from -THE EDITOR- of this Serivce:


6th April 2008:

• We are not reporting while overdue necessary developments are happening in 'real time'.

Meanwhile, the following passage from Scripture applies, for those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, and can be healed:

'Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.

Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are motheaten.

Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days.

Behold, the hire of the labourers who have reaped down your fields, which is of you KEPT BACK BY FRAUD, crieth: and the cries of them which have reaped are entered into the ears of the Lord...

Ye have lived in pleasure on the eath, and been wanton; ye have nourished your hearts, as in a day of slaughter.

Ye have condemned and killed the just; and he doth not resist you.

Be patient, therefore, brethren, unto the coming of the Lord*.

Behold, the husbandman waiteth for the precious fruit of the earth, and hath long patience for it, until he receive the early and latter rain.

Be ye also patient; stablish your hearts: for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh'.

James, Chapter 5, verses 1-8 [King James]. Which being interpreted, makes it clear that the day of reckoning that these people face is tangible. Indeed, we know that it is a 'real time' fact.

That's why we are not reporting right now.

Therefore, exercise PATIENCE to the last. It's hard, but we have no choice.

* 'Coming of the Lord' in this context does NOT mean the appearance of the Lord on earth as is naively believed by many, but rather the certainty that those concerned will face their true day of reckoning, here and now and spiritually, and/or both. These people have no way to escape the consequences of their actions. They thought they would ALWAYS get away with it, but since the wholesale exposures of their financial frauds (HERE), they have become TERMINALLY trapped.

Current developments are being misinterpreted and obfuscated by operatives, but we are not commenting for the moment, for reasons which will become apparent as soon as feasible. The Editor will attend the IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, in the near future.

Anonymous said...

"Therefore, exercise PATIENCE to the last. It's hard, but we have no choice.

now thats an understantement!

already been waiting 10+ years for my HYIPs to payout!

whats nohter 10?? no problem.


Anonymous said...

somehow judge roy beanslop never comments on this kind of stuff...guess that why he just a pile of slop....

"You shall be in charge of preventing all financial thievery in the kingdom," declared Hanky Panky Paulson, former chief henchman for the King of Insider Trading, the evil, conniving, Illuminist investment bank and brokerage firm called Goldman Sachs, to the King of Financial Thieves, the diabolical, nongovernmental, private bank known as the Federal Reserve, whose chief henchman is Fed Head Helicopter Ben Bernanke. And you can bet that the King of Financial Thieves will do just that and prevent as much financial thievery as possible, save, of course, for the frauds and thieveries which its own henchmen commit. After all, we could not have any competition of that nature now could we? What better way could there be to get rid of all the other thieves plaguing the system? It only makes sense, since that leaves more illicit profit for the King of Financial Thieves and its main henchman, the King of Insider Trading. And what did you expect the former chief henchman of the King of Insider Trading, currently on loan to us as our Prince of the Treasury, to say? Did you expect him to say something stupid like: "the government will now have a special agency to oversee the Fed and all of its member banks, as well as all of the other banks, investment banks and brokerage houses, to make sure that none of those institutions are allowing our citizens to be victimized by the commission of any devious, unscrupulous frauds or by encouraging such criminal enterprises through the lack of regulation and transparency." Isn't this the same Hanky Panky who thought we could have so-called "self-regulation?" Well, obviously that did not work, which even the arrogant Hanky Panky would have to admit, but he won't anyway.

Anonymous said...

hey judge beanslop, you just like an old library card, you just been "expired"

get youself a leminate stand.

SOP was right!



A contract expired Friday, April 4th, 2008. A 75 year old contract. What happened in 1933? And in 1938?

This is a most complex subject so I must warn you in advance that this is not my area of specialty (as if I have one) so I will not do this subject justice as someone like "S" might and hopefully will. For you lawyers and researchers out there background for these brief remarks can be found in the book THE MODERN HISTORY OF THE COMMERCIAL LIEN PROCESS and in the 1938 CASE of ERIE R.R. vs Thompkins. Also see 12 USCA 95A and attendant EXECUTIVE ORDERS.

What follows is subject to correction by "S" or other more knowledgeable reporters.

FDR put the U.S. into Bankruptcy March 9, 1933 but it was not until 1938 that the Supreme Court ruled in various ways that the U.S. would no longer be a Constitutional Republic but rather a "Legislative Democracy". The United States could not borrow money so Roosevelt devised a scheme (plot?) whereby the full faith and credit of the STATES would be "attached" to the Federal Government providing the collateral the U.S. needed and the States would from that time forward receive Federal Benefits. Included was the pledging of the people themselves and their future labor as security instruments, hence we all became chattel of the CORPORATE UNITED STATES in Washington D.C.

To provide further control the "trading with the enemy act/war powers act" from the nineteen teens was updated to 1933 to include U.S. citizens as "enemies of the state" and we became "occupied" by foreign creditors. Simultaneously they took us from "public law" into "public policy"and brought merchant law (admiralty law) upon the land suspending the Constitution and changing the courts from Article 1 courts to Administrative Tribunals. In 1938 the Supreme Court codified what FDR had done in 1933 and we were henceforth ruled by the "Uniform Commercial Code", Executive Orders, and a slew of rules and regulations often in direct contradiction of the Constitution. Simultaneously "they" created "credit money" which has allowed them to bury us in debt acknowledged as 9T but in truth is close to 50T.

To facilitate all this everybody(govt entity) became a corporation, even the courts. Everything was disguised and the incestuous relationships grew and grew until there were no longer 3 branches of Government, all was one giant punch bowl of ever increasing debt from which every entity became addicted and got drunk all the way down to the municipal level. Since 1938 we have lived under merchant/commercial/admiralty law not the Constitution and all of them have known it, withheld this knowledge from the public, caused untold grief in a thousand ways and are now about the business of supressing and pardoning and parsing and spinning and lord knows what all else. All states signed up and went along with this "plastic overlay" of the states by the UNITED STATES except Louisiana which joined up later.

Taken together these acts of Treason were in direct contravention of the Constitutional Conventions themselves. They replaced the real person with the state created fictitious person which they then "securitized" as collateral for foreign debts and then they released upon the people the jack booted Internal Revenue Service which became the collection agency for the foreign creditors to which our very lives had been given over. The use of all CAP'S as in UNITED STATES, the same with the States and the Citizens themselves represented the blending of the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, the States and the People into the commercial lien process which has brought us to the current state of affairs where the "swamp creature" (UNITED STATES) which "owns" us and has pledged us (master/slave) controls EVERYTHING, every aspect of our lives and especially finances. The courts became "administrator's" for foreign creditors and our country became a "legislated democracy" a form of Government despised by our founding fathers. It appears all of this and a great deal more is expiring/has expired/contract expired Friday.

Now comes the "change over" in banking (opening of "Global Banking") and prayerfully the long awaited return of the Constitution.

Meanwhile the FED RES appears to be taking on unlimited quantities of toxic paper, gold has been moved round about, east meets west in a new global banking system and likely a new monetary system, a refi-re-liquification of the world looms large, rascals are scurrying to and fro trying to cover up past sins which might become public all the way back to the beginning of the just expired contract. Preparations to hide, suppress, pretend, pardon and whitewash seem well under way including the last minute "aw shucks-who cares" from FITZGERALD.

As you can see, as you already knew, that which is coming down is worldwide in scope and overwhelming in magnitude. The decisions, whatever they are, have been made and have been implemented with input from only the criminals not the innocent. While they bailout the corrupt financial institutions they simultaneously take from the people the last refuge of the citizen in a jam-the discharge of debts in bankruptcy. The politicians are owned by the banks, the credit card companies, big oil, big pharmacy and others who are willing and able to keep them in the style to which they have become accustomed. "Let them eat cake" as they say.

Knowing all this was coming these same "insiders" have spent the last few years sucking everything humanly possible out of the system without regard to the systemic risk to the system or to the country itself as they knew the PAULSONS, GREENSPANS, BERNAKES. COX'S and FITZGERALDS of the world would do nothing about it except to lay off onto the backs of the citizens the resulting carnage. Most of it is now in their personal pockets as their rape rob and pillage knew no boundaries as there were no boundaries. It was every man for himself, grab everything possible and to hell with the already failed and about to expire system.

There was to be an accounting. The bad guys were to lose their "frozen" ill gotten gains. Now it appears, although we don't have definitive proof (yet), that they are sitting around behind closed doors counting-a billion for you-a billion for me-etc. etc. etc..

Whether BUSH/FITZGERALD et al have partnered to stop deliveries again will have to await developments as FITS is now hiding under his desk needing no advice from anyone other than the usual suspects.

We do not believe it to be his intention to stop deliveries which we believe to be imminent. Don't you just love that word along with "tomorrow". Hopefully the announcements will shed light instead of further darkness.

Anonymous said...


"As you can see, as you already knew, that which is coming down© is worldwide in..."

you cant use those words:

is coming down©



Anonymous said...

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thats all they can afford to eat thanks to you upholing the mtg. lenders and taking all they houses away.

it real easy dish to make...

just put in a lot of beans and a lot of slop and there you go.

"beanslop royale"

i try to give my dog and even he wouldnt eat it...

ever try it?

you should. someday maybe even yoself will be eating lot of it!

judge allslop said...

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Anonymous said...

...on the way to EMERALD CITY© there was only one thing that THE STRAWMAN© was afraid of...THE LIGHTED MATCH


Recorded January 2008
By Winston Shrout

The Illusive Strawman �

Part One

This is a primary discussion of what the strawman is, who created it, and what some of the attributes of it are. In this discussion there are perhaps some illusions broken up with the intent to have a correct understanding of the cause and nature of the illusive strawman. Hopefully the student will come to see that the strawman is not a danger when properly dealt with. In fact, rather than a problem, the strawman can be seen as a necessity to operate in the world of commerce, or in the run-of-the-mill purchase of bread and milk at the grocery.

The Lighted Match �

Part Two

The strawman in the Wizard of Oz was afraid of only one thing: the lighted match. Once the student comes to the understanding of the necessity of the strawman in our present world, the student might want to protect that poor man of straw so that the lighted match does not destroy it. On this DVD, some technologies and processes are discussed to secure certain benefits for the use of the strawman.

The Man of Steel �

Part Three

Straw burns and steel does not, at least until you raise the temperature to 3000 degrees Fahrenheit. Getting in control of and strengthening the man of straw turns it into a Man of Steel. So, in this discussion the student is informed of methods to utilize the strength thus created to solve certain problems encountered in commerce. Here we have a few practical applications of how the Man of Steel can now come to the rescue.

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