Part 5- Anthony X
Continue from last week this is part 5…
Once the strawman writes the Bill of Exchange by way of the banker’s acceptance against the BANK, there are two tasks remaining for the strawman to accomplish. One is to seek a proper third party to accomplish the collection of the funds, and secondly, to discharge the public liability for the funds created by way of the Bill of Exchange. The strawman needs a collecting bank to deal with the Bill of Exchange. This is accomplished by the use of the Secretary of the Treasury in his private side capacity. At point O on Chart 10A, the strawman has made a depositum of the Bill of Exchange with the Secretary of the Treasury into a private account. The Bill of Exchange is an asset to the strawman. It is like having a check made payable to the strawman that can be deposited, collected, and spent. The Secretary of the Treasury become a correspondent bank to the banking of the strawman.
A “correspondent bank” is: “A securities firm, bank or other financial organization which regularly performs services for another in a place of market to which the other does not have direct access. Securities firms may have correspondents in foreign countries or on exchanges of which they are not members. Bank which serves as an agent for another bank in performing services, e.g. carrying deposit balance or issuing letters of credit for bank in another city.”
Thus the Secretary of the Treasury is a correspondent bank to perform services and keep an account balance for the strawman as the transmitting utility. The Secretary of the Treasury has relationships with the BANK in that they are both members of the Federal Reserve system and the strawman is not. The Secretary of the Treasury has fiduciary relationships and control over the BANK and the strawman does not. The depositum made by the strawman to the Secretary of the Treasury is made to an account to be established under the control of the Secretary of the Treasury in his private side capacity. This account is numbered with the same number obtained from the Registered Mailing Label on the first letter of depositum made with the Secretary of the Treasury. This number identifies the bank account number maintained with the Secretary of the Treasury.
The “Private UCC Contract Trust Account” is your “Employer Identification Number (your SS# w/o dashes) recognized by the UNITED STATES TREASURY as the co-called Social Security Number (SSN) of the strawman.
However, the SSN number was created and granted to the strawman for public side benefits or private side registration of commercial accounts. The public or private use is up to the strawman depending upon how the strawman ownership is registered and used. The “Memory of Account” is the mirror image of the “Private UCC Contract Trust Account” that appears on the public side of the account with the Secretary of the Treasury. When the depositum is made at point “D” on the Chart, a mirror of the funds also appears at the Memory of Account. In other words, if the Bill of Exchange was made out for a value of ten thousand dollars, then a depositum of the Bill of Exchange would create a ten thousand dollar amount in the Private UCC Contract Trust Account and a ten thousand dollar amount in the Memory of Account.
The definition of “employer” in UNITED STATES CODE is given in Title 26 U.S.C.A. Sec. 3401(d)(1): “(d) Employer-For purposes of this chapter, the term “employer” means the person for whom an individual performs or performed any service, of whatever nature, as the employee of such person, except that (1) if the person for whom the individual performs or performed the services does not have control of the payment of the wages for such service, the term “employer” (except for purposes of subsection (a)) means the person having control of the payment of such wages”. When the strawman accepts for value the offer from the BANK of the public funds in the account of the strawman, then the strawman becomes the “person having control of the payment of such wages”, This control of the funds makes the strawman the head and not the tail. It makes the strawman the “employer” and not the “employee”. The public side now becomes the servants of the strawman “employer” since the strawman is in legal title control of the funds. The funds are now private.
The strawman has the capacity to direct the Secretary of the Treasury to release the private side funds from the Private UCC Contract Trust Account. This is shown at “E” on the Chart. The funds can be released by a money order that can be made by any non-negotiable draft accompanied with a corresponding UCC-3 partial release instrument registered with the Secretary of State in the State where the UCC-1 filing has been made.
How the money loop is complete. Public funds were initially released to the corporations (at location “”A” on the Chart) from the Federal Reserve System to finance public industrial and commercial creation of goods and services. These public funds found their way from the Federal Reserve to the corporations and into the strawman’s bank account. From here the funds were privatized by non-negotiable acceptance and chargeback and the non-negotiable Bill of Exchange which was the basis of a depositum with the Federal Reserve by way of the Secretary of the Treasury. The funds were then released out of the private side of the Federal Reserve. This is a mirror event. The funds first were released out of the public side to the corporations and then out of the private side to the strawman owned by the flesh and blood man. The remaining task is to discharge the public funds with the private.
HOW DOES ONE DISCHARGE THE PUBLIC SIDE OF THE OBLIGATION?
The depositum of the Bill of Exchange requires a collection.
Will continue next week. Remember this is a puzzle and has many pieces to it. Collect all the pieces and then put them together.