Notice to Public Servants and the Concept of Sovereign Life

(Archived in: Related Miscellany Social Design Sovereign Rights)

The purpose of this blog is not to politicize past or current events. Actually, the original idea was, and still is, to help people live a more free life, using current and future technology and hopefully from a place they would prefer to live. Part of the purpose is also to report why you may want to prepare yourself to be more "self sufficient" and "self determined" in you life choices.

With that said, this blog only reports what I find of interest with respect to searches on key words and phrases related to the words "Sovereign and Sovereignty". Therefore, this blog is only the messenger. It is not meant to express opinion, nor serve as the platform for a blame game. A large part of living a Sovereign Life is thinking for yourself and making your own decisions.

I honestly do not like much of what I read by way of this research, but simply cannot ignore information that is conclusively factual from the overwhelming and well documented references.

You may choose to read any post, or do your own self-censorship. I was often told as a child to believe nothing that you read, and only half of what you see. I believe the majority of the general populace is sadly too preoccupied with the pressures of daily society to really notice, or care what is going on around them anyway.

I recently found this sticky post on Go Think Blog, relating to "Fiat Money", central banking, fractional banking, and the history of such with regard to past and current governments. It is a chilling read, and I post reference to it in the spirit that everyone should be responsible for their lives as Sovereign Individuals. No, fiat money is not from Italy. It is without a doubt a disturbing shell game that always results in the eventual erosion of current wealth and future prosperity.

What follow is a small excerpt from the article, and the full text and references can be found at the link at the end of this post. Read it and plan your life accordingly, have fun and prosper.

"When a government goes bankrupt, it loses its sovereignty. In 1933 the United States declared bankruptcy, as expressed in Roosevelt’s Executive Orders 6073, 6102, 6111, and 6260, House Joint Resolution 192 of June 5, 1933, confirmed in Perry v. United States, (1935) 294 U.S. 330-381, 79 L.Ed 912, as well as 31 USC 5112, 5119, and 12 USC 95A."

To read the full article go to: "Notice to Public Servants"

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