ACCEPTANCE FOR VALUE
THE MAINE STATE )
Cumberland County )
COMES NOW David Everett: Robinson, the natural living flesh and blood man, a peaceful American National on the land, under oath, who states that the following information is of his own personal knowledge, and belief.
The Europeans who came to North America were ‘grub-staked’ by others (probably the East India Trading Company and the Bank of England). It was a huge venture which required large amounts of money to get it started. So the ‘colonists’ got their start based on hard money loans…back in the days of hard money.
Once the colonists were established, they incorporated in order to deal with the burden of their debt. The first incorporation was under the Articles of Confederation. The effect of the Articles was two-fold: first to protect the interests of the creditors, and secondly to protect the assets of the colonists who were working to establish a new economy.
The Articles of Confederation were weak in dealing with international contracts and the enforcement of Admiralty/Maritime concerns. So the Articles were rolled into what was then called the Constitution for the united States of America which tied up the loose ends left by the Articles.
Since the people were trying to stave off bankruptcy liquidation and preserve the fruits of their labors the Constitution operated in bankruptcy re-organization mode, and so since it was operating in bankruptcy, the law form of the national government had to be Admiralty.
Bankruptcy re-organization exists in Admiralty. Bankruptcy liquidation exists in Common Law. Common law is always repugnant to the federal or national government. The states used the common law and liquidation.
So there was that distinction between the bankruptcies operated in the national versus the state governments.
Then a glitch came along with the Constitution regarding the minting of money. The national government decided to stop using gold for money, and stopped minting it, and passed a law demanding that all US citizens turn in their gold, and once the gold was safely confiscated, they passed a law making it illegal for US citizens to own gold.
This caused a dilemma in commerce. If there was no money, how could the people conduct commerce?
Well for the answer, the government looked to the Law Merchant law form for a substitute for money. Instead of using gold for money, the government adopted the policy that citizens would use what the merchants considered “good as gold”, that is, notes of credit and bills of exchange, called Negotiable Instruments.
The Law Merchants had successfully used bills of exchange and notes of credit for centuries with complete success, so their way of commerce and accounting in trade and was adopted for use by the united States, which adopted the use of bills of exchange and notes of credit under the Negotiable Instruments Act of the 1800’s. This eventually evolved into the Uniform Commercial Code, rules and regulations for commerce regarding bills and notes instead of silver and gold.
With this new form of “money” came a new form of accounting — double-entry bookkeeping — balancing credits and debits to reach equity: a zero balance.
The zero balance is paramount in double-entry bookkeeping which has become a stumbling block for many who do not understand that this is the system of accounting we are operating under today. Double-entry bookkeeping determines if equity and fairness exist. If the bookkeeping indicates inequity, we have to stop and make an adjustment to restore fairness.
This change in law form and type of money used in commerce began in 1933 when the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 became international law under the law of proscription, since it had not been objected to during the twenty years since then. With the Federal Reserve Act, government and commerce were changed from a gold metal standard to a promise note standard — from substance money of exchange to fictional money of account.
Once the government began to operate its fictions, certain new considerations had to be met. The first steps that had to be taken had to do with sureties and bonds.
In Admiralty, everything works as insurance, a future indemnity against injury or loss. We have to give assurance to those around us that we will not harm them by what we do. This can be in the form of a bond. A bond is a future indemnity against injury. And together with a bond, we must provide a way to collect against the bond in the form of some surety backing the bond.
So the people of the united States were pledged into an association for the mutual benefit of all concerned. The pledge that one member would not require another member to pay association debt. In other words, the tacit pledge to forgive association members their debts as they forgive their debts, consideration of contracts in the form of forgiveness of debts one to another.
This forgiveness of debt results in taxable events because before giveness is not giveness.
A debt must be paid or discharged in order to have justice. But that is not to say that the debt cannot be prepaid! An anticipated debt can be paid before the debt is incurred, instead of being dealt with after the fact. It became public policy in 1933 that the remedy for US citizens regarding public debt is that all subsequent debt is prepaid.
The problem was that the government never explained this to its citizens, but kept it hidden from the people in a controlled way. The people were kept in the dark about how this “New Deal” really worked, hence the people have been robbed by many of those who do understand.
When we pay for something before it is required it can only be deemed a prepay. So when we forgive, the forgive part was contemplated prior to the give, hence remedy is created, before it is required.
When the government decided to go to double-entry bookkeeping and money of account rather than substance and money of exchange, bonds and sureties had to be put up to protect the creditors of the bankruptcy. So this bond is best embodied in HJR 192 of June 5, 1933, elsewhere codified as Statute 73-10. This congressional Act is the indemnity provided for any future liability.
HJR 192 is the guarantee that all public debts are prepaid. HJR 192 is the actual PAYMENT itself IN FACT.
Now, one would naturally want to find out what the surety for that bond would be. What is the guarantee of HJR 192? It must be found in the substance that creates the shadow.
The surety can’t be found in the shadow or in the fiction. The surety is the people; the property created by their labor. The evidence that surety has been pledged for the guarantee of the bond is the birth certificate.
Here the people are insuring themselves by their labor to guarantee that their bookkeeping is correct. The people are the creditors of all public business and property.
All substance produced in the public domain must eventually be returned (from the public domain) to the people (the original creditors).
The “money” we are using in the public domain is money of account, which is the agreement that all the participants in the association will abide by the Lord’s Prayer, “forgive us this day our debts, as we forgive others their debts…” The debts were anticipated and the remedy was created prior to the debt.
Commercially, it might be put something like this: “Apply HJR 192 to our debts, as we apply it to the debts of others.” It’s the same process indeed.
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So, how do we make some sense of this “accepted for value” thing that seems to be so popular today? How does it apply?
Since the people guarantee the liability in the public domain by accepting the benefit of limited liability to the public debt, the people are the creditors of the national bankruptcy. The people are the SPONSORS OF THE CREDIT.
The United States has been operating Chapter 11 bankruptcy re-organization. The one who filed for the bankruptcy is called the “debtor in possession” (the one who is in debt). If any creditor dishonors the bankruptcy, the debtor in possession (as the trustee) will liquidate the creditor — dollar for dollar — the dishonor amount, — because he has become delinquent. The creditor was obligated to settle the debt, when asked to do, so but refused.
Any request made by the debtor to the creditor MUST BE ACCEPTED and given credit value. If not, the creditor becomes delinquent and gets liquidated by the debtor. So, if a debtor comes to the creditor and says, “forgive me this day my debts” and the creditor does not openly and freely forgive the debtor his debt, the Lord will call him to account for dishonoring the pledge of the prepayment of debts.
In theology it is called blasphemy against the Son of God; in commerce, it is called a violation of public policy. It would be dishonoring the benefit that has already been pledged when the person became a part of the association and guaranteed that he would not hold each other accountable for any public liability or debt.
So let’s look at the public liabilities we are required to forgive. A public liability is anything that can be shown as an entry on a double-entry bookkeeping account. If it can’t be entered in double-entry accounting it is most likely a private matter; not in the public realm.
You can easily discern a public versus a private communication. The public request for adjustment will always come directly to the trust account — the title of which is styled in all capital letters, such as JOHN H. SMITH. This is a direct attempt to attach to the bond of the JOHN H. SMITH TRUST. It is a violation of public policy to attach a future liability by trying to avoid the present liability. Look at this diagram:
Presentment Promissory Indemnity
BILL NOTE BOND
Past liability Present liability Future liability’
Here is a typical demonstration of how a greater debt is used to indemnify (insure) a smaller debt. The BILL represents a past liability, where the NOTE represents the present liability, and the BOND is the indemnity for a future liability not yet determined.
A secret scheme was devised to attach to the bond of the trust representing the labor of the men and women who have put themselves up as surety for the national debt. The attempt of the holder of a past obligation to bypass the present liability and go directly to the future bond.
Instead of settling the matter in the here and now, the attempt is made to enslave the surety in some future event by attaching the bond.
The way to prevent this is to take the BILL that’s been directly sent to the BOND and bring it into the present by accepting the bill and giving it value and returning it to the presenter for settlement and closure of the account.
When that is done we have defeated the fraudulent scheme to put us in debt of future liabilities by attaching the bond.
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/s/____David Everett Robinson_____
David Everett Robinson (c) LS, Authorized Representative/Attorney-In-Fact for:
DAVID EVERETT ROBINSON
c/o 3 Linnell Circle
04011 Brunswick, Maine
Subscribed To And Sworn To Before God [Titus 1:2] this 17th day of December 2014.
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MAXIM OF LAW 6. An unrebutted affidavit stands as truth in commerce.