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Global Collateral Accounts- -What’s the Hold Up, and The Truth About Contracts?

Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 by

http://www.paulstramer.net/2017/04/global-collateral-accounts-whats-hold-up.html

CORRUPTIONBy Anna Von Reitz

Today, I got an email from a group of Greek bankers asking me if the “Global Collateral Accounts” are real and why they can’t seem to get action releasing those funds even after allocations have been made and published?

Well, yes, there are Global Collateral Accounts that do contain assets that belonged to people long dead and whose specific heirs are not known, and as a result those assets belong to the world-at-large and there is really no reason to leave them sitting around in bank deposit boxes and tranche flats doing no earthly good.

Fair enough.  So some years ago a great housecleaning effort began in the Swiss vaults and has continued from there.

Unfortunately, most of the banks involved in the house cleaning effort used the opportunity to try to get rid of evidence of their own wrong-doing, tried to cheat depositors out of interest the banks owed, and otherwise pulled very shady deals claiming that huge amounts of assets were “abandoned” by legitimate trustees and known beneficiaries when they really weren’t abandoned at all—-a larger scale version of the fraud these same banks have pulled by claiming that you abandoned all the mortgage payments that were made to YOUR NAME’s undisclosed escrow account over the years.

The irony is that most of these “Historic Trusts” belong to people who have no interest in wielding huge amounts of money and who want the assets used for the same or similar purposes as the Global Collateral Accounts are meant to serve—that is, they are willing to serve the same philanthropic purposes as the Global Collateral Accounts.  They simply aren’t willing to stand by deaf, dumb, and blind and let the banks make false claims of abandonment and seize the assets.

Every time one of the supposedly “abandoned” Historic Trusts pops up a hand and says— Hey, wait a minute, those assets belong to us.  We didn’t abandon anything!—-the whole process has to be shut down and re-calibrated. The assets of the Historic Trust being claimed back have to be backed out of the Slush Pile.

A lot of time and bother could be saved if the banks just gave proper Notice to the last known address of the last known trustees and beneficiaries, but they are afraid to do so for a wide variety of reasons.  If you don’t know that you are the heir of a billion dollars, shouldn’t you know?  Where have you been all this while?  Are you for real or just some con man sniffing around?

It was the same thing with the gold confiscated from our great-grandparents and grandparents back in the 1930’s, which the World Bank and IBRD claimed as Secondary Creditors.  If I hadn’t raised my hand and said—- Oh, by the way…..  those assets and all the years of interest owed on them would have been rolled into the Global Collateral Accounts.

Even more importantly, it was the same with the assets of the land jurisdiction states of America.  Imagine what would have happened if nobody stepped up to the plate and claimed back the land you are standing on?   This was a major league play by the banks. They actually thought they could get away with claiming that the American states had been abandoned and were available for resettlement and redistribution of all their assets.

So as you can now see, there’s a lot going on in the background and a lot of dirty deals have been pulled by the banks including a lot of false claims of “abandonment of funds” and “abandonment of assets” which have been made for both innocent and self-interested reasons.

All that bosh keeps holding up settlement of what is and is not legitimately part of the Global Collateral Accounts. More and more heirs and beneficiaries and trustees and fiduciaries keep coming out of the woodwork and showing reasonable provenance and basis to claim assets back out of the banker’s Slush Pile.

Every time we think we get it done, or “close enough to call”— pop! Someone else shows up at the table and produces a receipt for a thousand Gold Certificates from 1904, or the last scion of one of the Conquistadors crawls out from under a rock in Costa Rica and says, “Uh, well-ah, Senor…….”

If we are fair and if we are honest and if we care about what is true, we owe each and every one of these claims investigation and settlement.  And that takes time, especially in view of the amount of fraud and graft and collusion and general bad behavior by too many of the banks involved.

See this article and over 500 others on Anna’s website here:

www.annavonreitz.com

The Truth About Contracts, Parse Syntax, and Us

http://www.paulstramer.net/2017/04/the-truth-about-contracts-parse-syntax.html

By Anna Von Reitz

I don’t believe that people or their institutions have any ability to contract.  It’s simply not within our temporal nature and skill set. We can’t guarantee that we will live another minute.  We can’t know what time it is in any absolute sense.  We can’t even describe where we are, physically, without arbitrary references.  

For mortals who don’t know where they are and don’t know what time it is to make contracts obligating themselves to do things in the future—-is obvious madness.  We are incompetent and fundamentally unable to do any such thing, so all contracts are void ab initio, for intrinsic fraud. 

We are like mice trying to dictate the life cycle of horses.  Making contracts is simply not something we can do, so we ought to stop pretending otherwise.

Once we acknowledge the facts of our limited nature and circumstance we are prepared to deal with things — including ourselves — as we really are.  

If we accept our natural limitations and humbly agree to the best of our ability on a course of action, that is not a contract.  That is a Good Faith Agreement.  

If we further make the effort to express that agreement in a way that is mathematically sound and unequivocal, using Parse Syntax, it in no way confers any supernatural power to keep the agreement; rather, Parse Syntax makes sure that the agreement says exactly what it says, no more and no less, and cuts out confusion and arguments–which is surely something much to be desired.  

For myself I prefer a simple honor code in which we let our yes be yes and our no be no, as the Bible says, and to the extent possible, let our word be our bond— accepting always that “time and unforeseen circumstance” may derail our most earnest efforts and intentions and forgiving each other when that happens. 

The concept of “Good Faith” is not difficult, but it is not possible to maintain when we pretend and tell lies about ourselves and our limited abilities.  Nor is Good Faith something we can maintain without sincere effort and clear communications.  It is in this last capacity that Parse Syntax can serve humanity in noble purpose: put an end to the use of slippery, slithery, descriptive language when making business agreements. 

Parse Syntax, properly and honestly defined, is an “iron rod”.  If not an absolute safeguard against misunderstanding, it is as close as we are likely to come until the day that we can communicate telepathically and record the sum total of all thoughts, intentions, and feelings associated with an agreement. 

Most of my days I spend immersed in sorting out confusions that are the result of both honest and dishonest actions. People regularly come away from the same conversation with different assumptions and they take different actions accordingly. This causes no end of confusion and discord, even when it is done innocently and for no dishonest purpose.  Imagine how crazy it gets when people purposefully seek to confuse things and defraud others?  

Parse Syntax can help people deal more clearly and honestly with each other.  That isn’t always what people want to do, but Parse Syntax can go a long way toward ensuring that result. 

I would guess that if Parse Syntax were used to express Good Faith Agreements, 99% of the expense and misery associated with today’s commercial court system could simply go away.  

And wouldn’t that be a blessing?

See this article and over 500 others on Anna’s website here:

www.annavonreitz.com

CORRUPTION

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