KINGDOM CLOSING


Legal Definition of "PERSON" from LAW.com

THREE CASES for GENOCIDE:
1)  The above definition converts every; man, women, and child, into a piece of paper (a corporation).  The fake judge (corporate administrator) can use any definition present.  The presence of the latter definition (a corporation) proves the global crime syndicate is using it.  Welcome to BABYLON the GREAT, the NEW WORLD ORDER of ROME, all owned by the QUEEN of ENGLAND.
2)  Rich people are exalted over the poor.  The rich can afford justice because they can afford the lawyers required to search out statutes hidden amongst trillions of statutes.  This also allows the rich to capitalize on the poor because the poor are unable to receive justice.
3)  Poor people cannot afford justice, they cannot afford the lawyers to search out the hidden statutes. This is why we have police corruption, this is why we have corporations who make decisions based on the predicted outcome of cost verses profit when it comes to analyzing class action lawsuits against them.  The lawyers have taken away the key of knowledge, so if you cannot afford lawyers, you are afforded no justice. "Legalese" and "word-crafting" have paved way for atrocities small and great, which is why Christ said, "Woe to you the lawyers for you have taken away the key of the knowledge.  You yourselves not did enter and those who are entering, you hindered." (LUKE 11:52)

SATAN's KINGDOM CLOSING --THE KINGDOM of HEAVEN is TAKING OVER NOW -- VIOLENCE is ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED.

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Saturday, March 21, 2015

DOES THIS SOUND LIKE A FREE COUNTRY? Justice Department rolls out an early form of capital controls in America


March 20, 2015
Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile
Imagine going to the bank to withdraw some cash.
Having some cash on hand is always a prudent strategy. Especially today as more and more bank deposits creep into negative interest rate territory, meaning that you have to pay the banks for the privilege of having them gamble with your money.
You tell the teller that you'd like to withdraw $5,000 from your account. She hesitates nervously and wants to know why.
You try to politely let her know that that's none of the bank's business as it's your money.
The teller disappears for a few minutes, leaving you waiting.
When she returns she tells you that you can collect your money in a few days as they don't have it on hand at the moment.
Slightly irritated because of the inconvenience, you head home.
But as you pull into your driveway later there's an unexpected surprise waiting for you: two police officers would like to have a word with you about your intended withdrawal earlier...
If this sounds far-fetched, think again. Because it could very well become a reality in the Land of the Free if the Justice Department gets its way.
Earlier this week, a senior official from the Justice Department spoke to a group of bankers about the need for them to rat out their customers to the police.
What a lot of people don’t realize is that banks are already unpaid government spies.
Federal regulations in the Land of the Free REQUIRE banks to file ‘suspicious activity reports’ or SARs on their customers. And it’s not optional.
Banks have minimum quotas of SARs they need to fill out and submit to the federal government.
If they don’t file enough SARs, they can be fined. They can lose their banking charter. And yes, bank executives and directors can even be imprisoned for noncompliance.
This is the nature of the financial system in the Land of the Free.
And chances are, your banker has filled one out on you—they submitted 1.6 MILLION SARs in 2013 alone.
But now the Justice Department is saying that SARs aren’t enough.
Now, whenever banks suspect something ‘suspicious’ is going on, they want banks to pick up the phone and call the cops:
[W]e encourage those institutions to consider whether to take more action: specifically, to alert law enforcement authorities about the problem, who may be able to seize the funds, initiate an investigation, or take other proactive steps.”
So what exactly constitutes ‘suspicious activity’? Basically anything.
According to the handbook for the Federal Financial Institution Examination Council, banks are required to file a SAR with respect to:
“Transactions conducted or attempted by, at, or through the bank (or an affiliate) and aggregating $5,000 or more…”
It’s utterly obscene. According to the Justice Department, going to the bank and withdrawing $5,000 should potentially prompt a banker to rat you out to the police.
There’s something else about this that I want to point out, though: this may be a very early form of capital controls in the Land of the Free.
This is the subject of today’s Podcast. You can listen in here: 
 
Have a great weekend,
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Simon Black
Founder, SovereignMan.com

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