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Cash In On Your U.S. Birth Certificate!!
The Straw Man
Their is a lot of controversy going on about the U.S. birth certificate. People are making claims that they are cashing in on their birth certificate to pay bills, such as, electric, gas, water, even buying houses and cars. The whole controversy begin In 1913, when the U.S. created the Federal Reserve Act. This act established the Federal Reserve Bank, which regulates the amount of money the U.S. government was allowed to borrow and put into circulation. In 1933 Franklin D. Roosevelt was unable to pay the debt. The country became bankrupt and the only thing he had left to sell was the citizens of the United States. That's right.... us!! Each U.S. certificate of live birth is supposedly worth anywhere from 700,000 to 1 Million dollars. Lets take a look at the birth certificate, at the bottom, it will read (American Bank Note Company). Notice on your birth Certificate your name is written in all capitals. The controversy explains, your name written in all capitals means, YOU, are a corporation. If you look at your Drivers license and Social Security card, your name is in all capital letters as well.
The birth certificate is the governments document of title for its new property. According to the quote on quote conspiracy, legally, we all as U.S. citizens are considered slaves to the federal state and local government. The good news about the conspiracy is, the United States is a company. Your birth certificate is worth close to a million dollars and can be loaned out from a bank as many as 9 times, making your birth certificate worth almost 9 million dollars. There are claims that every American has a prepaid account worth 1 million dollars. The controversy also insist you can regain control over your prepaid account by simply filling out a notice of lien against the birth certificate with the dept. of commerce to prove establishment. Contacting the secretary of state and filling a UCC-1 financing statement and listing the property as collateral on the statement. The value of your UCC-1 should be unlimited. Well i don't know if the controversy is true or not, but if their is any way my birth certificate is worth 1 million dollars, then its worth filling out a UCC-1. If anyone is working on this process, or has been successful please leave info, thanks.