Mary Croft - Natural Man vs. Artificial Person, Law, Money & Banking
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August 7, 2008
There are two "persons" identified in law. These are "natural-person" and "artificial-person". A natural-person is defined as "A human being that has the capacity for rights and duties". An artificial-person is defined as "A legal entity, not a human being, recognized as a person in law to whom legal rights and duties may attach - e.g. a body corporate". Mary Croft, author of "How I Clobbered Every Bureaucratic Cash - Confiscatory Agency Known to Man ...... A Spiritual Economics Book on $$$ and Remembering Who You Are" joins us to discuss, "Real Man or Woman vs. Artificial Person". We also talk about corporation, law, banking, money and the government system as it was intended to function. In an attempt to create a safe society, men elected governments to protect and uphold your unalienable rights and your responsibilities to the Creator and your fellow man. After a while, governments became corrupt and now we have to ask: How could governments and other "regulatory bodies" possibly make you follow their rules and be subservient to them since your true allegiance is to your Creator? How can you serve two masters - your creator and your government? The answer is that you cannot server two masters, therefore the government had to create a system that tricks you into thinking you must serve them, where in fact, governments must serve us, the people. In our members section, we talk about birth, birth certificates and the procedure of registration when you are born. A corporation is set up as an artificial person to re-present you. We'll also talk more about Admiralty Law, law of the sea, the esoteric connection to the etymology and legal writing. Later, we talk about the "banksters", their mentality and where to go to learn more and keep up to speed with Mary's findings.
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