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1 The CORE Problem Part 4 of 8 parts As seen through the eyes of Michael H. Keehn

2 VIEW IN ORDER The file names of the Presentations in this series contain a two digit number, 01 through 08. Use this number to view the Presentations in order. It is necessary to view the Presentations in order so that the information flows logically and is not disconnected gibberish.

3 Disclaimer The information contained in this series of presentations is neither intended to deceive nor mislead. The information presented is true and factual to the best of my knowledge. Opinions are mine. The viewer is responsible for confirming anything upon which he has doubt. Nothing in these presentations is to be construed as legal advice.

4 Distribution This information is distributed either on a compact disk or as a ZIP file. In either case, the individual is welcome to distribute copies to anyone so long as the information is not altered and all files are included… Michael H. Keehn

5 References Americans is a reference to the people of these united States of America. The District is a reference to the United States (corporate), Washington, District of Columbia. These united States of America is a reference to the Union States, united by, and under, the Constitution, what we know as the Republic of these united States of America.

6 The CORE Problem Simply put, its the national debt. Some Americans think that we owe this debt to ourselves. We do not! It is owed to a cartel of private individuals through the banks they own. The Federal Reserve Bank is central to this issue here in the United States, and in a global sense, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is included.

7 It All Relates And although this series of presentations may travel many avenues of history, they all relate to the CORE problem, the national debt. I believe all the information presented in this series to be crucial to comprehending the problem(s) of the United States today.

8 More to learn OK, we left off with the Banking Relief Act of March 9, Since this act authorized the issuance of a new currency, we had just explored the definitions of money from Blacks Law Dictionary, sixth and seventh editions. There is so much more to learn about the workings of the Banking Relief Act and the effects of the currency, so lets get started.

9 NECESSITY knows no law The Banking Relief Act was passed under the declaration of an EMERGENCY and the rule of necessity. Necessitas vincit legem is a Latin maxim meaningnecessity overrules the law. In other words, necessity knows no law. Here in the United States it is the tool of tyrants who want to run the country unconstitutionally.

10 Enabling Language Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the Congress hereby declares that a serious EMERGENCY exists and that it is imperatively necessary speedily to put into effect remedies of uniform national application. - Banking Relief Act

11 Setting the Stage As you can see for your self, the termnecessary [necessity] was used in the enabling language. This is a clue that tyrants intend to run, and rule, the country unconstitutionally. They are setting the stage to intentionally ignore their duties under the constitution and set the constitution aside.

12 Congressman Beck "I think of all the damnable heresies that have ever been suggested in connection with the Constitution, the doctrine of EMERGENCY is the worst. It means that when Congress declares an emergency, there is no Constitution... for when this bill becomes a law,...there is no longer any workable Constitution to keep the Congress within the limits of its Constitutional powers." – Congressman Beck debating the Farm Bill in 1933

13 Senate Report "Since March the 9th, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency. Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the President may: seize property; organize and control the means of production; seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication; regulate the operation of private enterprise; restrict travel; and in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens"

14 The New Currency In the previous segment, regarding the Banking Relief Act, it was set forth that this Act authorized a new currency. No legislator had a copy of the Act to review, it was emergency legislation, and read from the clerks desk. However, we get the big picture from Congressman Patman, who is answering a question…

15 "Under the new law the money is issued to the banks in return for Government obligations, bills of exchange, drafts, notes, trade acceptances, and banker's acceptances. The money will be worth 100 cents on the dollar, because it is backed by the credit of the Nation. It will represent a mortgage on all the homes and other property of all the people in the Nation." - Congressional record, March 9, 1933, House, Congressman Patman, 73rd Congress, Special Session, Volume 77, part 1, page 83

16 Seeing the collateral And right there is the collateral for the loan on the national debt being handed over to the creditor of the United States. It will represent a mortgage on all the homes and other property of all the people in the United States. And this is what the new currency, the Federal Reserve Notes we use today, represents.

17 You Dont Own Anything Therefore, we cant own any property. OH, we can have equitable title, but not legal title. Equitable title gives us the use of the property, but also obligates us to all the fees associated with equitable ownership. Which means you dont own it, if you owned it, you would not have feudal duties (fees or levies) attached to the property.

18 HJR 192 House Joint Resolution 192 provides that we can only discharge a debt. This is to say we cannot PAY a debt, only discharge it. And if we cannot pay a debt, we cannot own anything. Can you pay a debt with a debt? No, you cannot. And Federal Reserve Notes are a DEBT currency. Therefore, you cannot pay a debt with them, only discharge a debt!

19 The Problem is not THEM, its US! Therefore, we dont own our house, we dont own our car, we dont own anything. It is ALL property under the ownership and control of the creditor of the United States. All because we dont elect leadership who will pay the bill. The problem is not THEM, its US.

20 Free or Slave? Here we are, using our productivity to, we believe, pay for our home with Federal Reserve Notes, which really represents an unseen mortgage on our home. We borrowed Federal Reserve Notes to buy the home, which added to our National Debt, and meanwhile, the public salary tax act of 1939 became the income tax laws, and we pay income tax on the interest of the Nation Debt. [Continued…]

21 Double Whammy So we are making interest payments on our home, then paying income tax to cover the interest on the National Debt, of which our home is a part, and we dont own anything. And we think were free and not an economic slave. Its good to be the creditor of the United States, a nation of mostly ignorant people who are unwilling to put out the effort to think.

22 Ultimate Ownership of Property The ultimate ownership of all property is in the state, individual so called ownership is only by virtue of Government. i.e. Law, amounting to mere user. And use must be in accordance with law and subordinate to the necessities of the State. - Senate Document No. 43, Under Contracts Payable in Gold, 1933 DO WE GET IT?

23 Paying a debt with a debt? And those Federal Reserve Notes are a debt currency. Now, who among us thinks we can pay a debt with a debt? Its why you cannot own anything. "Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency. – First sentence of Senate Report , written in 1973

24 Congressman Beck "But the Constitution of the United States, as a restraining influence in keeping the United States Government within the carefully prescribed channels of power, is morbid, if not dead. We are witnessing its death agonies, for when this bill becomes a law, if unhappily it becomes a law, there is no longer any workable Constitution to keep the Federal Government within the limits of its constitutional powers."

25 Policies of Congress v. Law The previous slide was a reference to the Agricultural Adjustment Act of The language of the Act goes on to say, It is declared to be the policy of Congress… As one can see, we are no longer operating the country according to the Constitution and law, we are now switching over to polices of Congress.

26 The Supreme Court on the Agricultural Adjustment Act A tax in the general understanding and in the strict constitutional sense is an exaction for the support of government. This term does not connote the expropriation of money from one group to be expended for another as a necessary means in a plan of regulation, such as the plan for regulating agricultural production set up in the Agricultural Adjustment Act... [continued, next slide]

27 At best… The regulation of the Farmers Activities under the statute, though in form subject to his own will is in fact coercion through economic pressure. His right of choice is illusory. Even if the farmers consent were purely voluntary, the Act would stand no better. At best it is a scheme for purchasing, with Federal Funds, submission to Federal Regulation of the subject reserved to the States... [continued…]

28 Making it plain If the novel view of the general welfare clause, now advanced in support of the tax, were accepted, that clause would not only allow congress to supplant the states in the regulation of agriculture and all other industries as well, but would furnish the means whereby all the other provisions of the constitution, [continued]

29 Do We Get It? [continued…] sedulously framed to limit the powers of the United States and preserve the powers of the States, could be broken down. The independence of the individual States obliterated and the United States converted into a central government exercising uncontrolled police power throughout the Union, superseding all local controls over local concerns. – United States v. Butler, 297 U.S. 1 (1936)

30 Freedom Out, Enslavement In They seen it coming. But if we review our history, we will find that Roosevelt stacked the Supreme Court, and this wonderful decision, along with others, were overturned and reversed. There went our freedom and in came our enslavement. Weve got the best leadership [the creditors] money can buy.

31 Banking Relief Act Provisions As was said earlier, this Act altered our entire legal system, allowed for the confiscation of our wealth (gold) by the Banksters (creditor) of the U. S., allowed for the taking over of our property, prevents us from owning anything, makes us an economic slave to the ever increasing debt, gave us debt currency and provides the power and authority to implement unconstitutional law. What more could we ask for? Its just what we want for ourselves and children. RIGHT?

32 Senate Report "Under the powers delegated by these statutes the President may seize property, organize and control the means of production, seize commodities, assign military forces abroad, institute martial law, seize and control all transportation and communication, regulate the operation of private enterprise, restrict travel, and in a plethora of particular ways control the lives of all American citizens. " - Senate Report

33 Congressman McFadden "I regret that the membership of the House has had no opportunity to consider or even read this bill. The first opportunity I had to know what this legislation is was when it was read from the Clerks' desk. It is an important banking bill, it is a dictatorship over finance in the United States, it is complete control over the banking system in the United States... The first section of this bill, as I grasp it, is practically the war powers that were given back in 1917.

34 Life of the Banking Relief Act The Banking Relief Act, and all other acts and laws passed pursuant to and, deriving their authority from, the Banking Relief Act suffer the same fate as the Banking Relief Act itself. It was passed under the declaration of an EMERGENCY and may only continue so long as the EMERGENCY continues.

35 For those who do not know We have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks, hereinafter called the Fed. They are not government institutions. They are private monopolies which prey upon the people of the United States for the benefit of themselves and their foreign and domestic swindlers; rich and predatory moneylenders. – Congressman Louis T. McFadden

36 May 23, 1933 On the House floor, Congressman McFadden brought impeachment charges against many of the federal reserve board members, federal reserve agents of many States, comptroller of the currency, and several secretaries of the United States Treasury for high crimes and misdemeanors… [continued on next slide]

37 Effectively Buried Charges This included the theft of eighty billion dollars from the United States Government and with committing the same thefts in 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 and 1933 and in the years previous to 1928, amounting to billions of dollars. These charges were remanded to the judiciary committee for investigation, a place where these charges were effectively buried.

38 Remembering McFadden Let's not forget Lewis T. McFadden who died mysteriously in 1936 after two previous attempts on his life. I feel certain Lewis T. McFadden was assassinated by the Banking Elite and gave his life on behalf of we the people, as others have, and was one of the very few Congressmen who truly represented the best interests of the republic of these united States of America and the American people.

39 End of the Banking Relief Act Authority to terminate the EMERGENCY rests with the President, and if a President should declare this EMERGENCY over, then the Banking Relief Act and all other acts passed pursuant to it, will fall. At which time the United States will, hopefully, return to lawful civil authority, no longer to be run under War & Emergency Powers Authority.

40 END OF SEGMENT This ends this segment, in the next segment we will review a time line of what we have covered thus far. Right now its time for discussion and exchange of views. by Michael H. Keehn


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