These were originally written by Andrew Bartzis; however, I have edited them a bit.
Now is a good time to say these. Say them aloud; say them daily.
These were originally written by Andrew Bartzis; however, I have edited them a bit.
If you are a tax paying citizen of the United States of America, you are funding terrorism against your own families and around the world.
Feb. 18 2005 The Moscow Times:
"You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game. The reason was quite simple: to force ... the public to turn to the state to ask for greater security."
This [is] the essence of Operation Gladio, a decades-long covert campaign of terrorism and deceit directed by the intelligence services of the West -- against their own populations. Hundreds of innocent people [are] killed or maimed in terrorist attacks -- on train stations, supermarkets, cafes and offices -- which were then blamed on "leftist subversives" or other political opponents. The purpose, as stated above in sworn testimony by Gladio agent Vincenzo Vinciguerra, [is] to demonize designated enemies and frighten the public into supporting ever-increasing powers for government leaders -- and their elitist cronies. Read the full article here.
9/11 and Operation Gladio
NATO False Flags in Ukraine
Please, America, WAKE UP!
Love to all,
I have read of your plans to set up a development bank and possibly your own IMF. Please consider the unique nature of Respublica of Earth as you move forward with your plans. To assist you in understanding our constitution (make-up), please review the documents found here. You may also find these articles to be helpful:
How to Fix the World Economy
The Heirship Economy: Unlimited abundance for all
Maxims of Equity or Maxims of Love
Considering that ours is likely to become the fastest growing economy in the world in a short period of time, I would also like to suggest that your IMF be structured in a manner consistent with the Court of Ages Armistice & Accord and Letters Patent. As you see, our economy operates outside the corporate structure. A description of a new IMF may look something like following (I took the liberty of naming it the Respublica of Earth Inheritance Fund (REIF) for illustration purposes):
The Respublica of Earth Inheritance Fund (REIF) promotes world-wide economic stability. It is a framework for International economic co-operation among nations during the values transition on Earth. It seeks to assist humanity in establishing its full identity as 'Heirs of Creation' with access to unlimited abundance on demand. The REIF is accountable to each Heir of Creation that makes up its membership.
The REIF's Responsibility The REIF's primary purpose is to ensure economic stability and quality of life for humanity as it transitions from a representational value system to a direct value system, and eventually to operating with 'self' as the collateral (as responsible) for all contractual interactions (exchanges). It will adapt current IMF-type systems of exchange to operate transparently and lawfully with the addition of human-backed modes of exchange, allowing all users of all exchange systems to transact with each other flawlessly.
Thank you for considering my request and proposal. I look forward to your reply. Please feel free to enter a comment below.
Cindy Kay Currier
Ombudsman, Respublica of Earth
I am publishing it here for three reasons: 1) to provide a brief overview of BRICS, 2) to show why it is mentioned in the Court of Ages Letters Patent, and 3) illustrate why I see it as a possibility for transitioning to the Heirship Economy.
A link to both publications of the article is provided.
Five reasons why the world needs a BRICS bank
By Rakesh Krishnan Simha (Russia & India Report)
The countdown to the end of the Bretton Woods era has begun. With a view to reshape the global financial architecture long dominated by Western countries, the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) are working on a joint development bank that could be a reality in 2014.
However, those wedded to the sanctity of the 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement – which established the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank – wonder whether such a bank is needed. The answer is there is a place for a development bank that is more in sync with the needs of developing countries.
1. An idea whose time has come
The centre of gravity of the global economy has moved from the West to the East. Plus, the emerging economies are mostly net creditors to developed nations, as they account for 75 percent of the world’s total currency reserves. And yet the power of wealth distribution remains in the hands of Western countries.
BRICS bank closer to reality
This dichotomy exists because those who control money also control the flow of wealth. As per the Bretton Woods Agreement, 44 countries agreed to fix their exchange rates by tying their currencies to the US dollar. American leaders assured the rest of the world the dollar was dependable by linking the US dollar to gold. “Nations also agreed to buy and sell US dollars to keep their currencies within 1 percent of the fixed rate. And thus the golden age of the US dollar began.”
The BRICS are now in a position to undo this fraud and divert the flow of wealth in a more equitable direction.
Plus, a big-ticket economic alliance has large financial requirements and transactions. Why conduct it through Western banks when you can have your own BRICS Bank?
Finally, it’s about declaring you have arrived, sort of a coming of age party.
2. Channelling all that liquidity
The BRICS countries cumulatively hold more than $4.4 trillion in export earnings. Even if just 1 percent of these reserves are committed to the BRICS Bank, it would be a viable alternative funding source for development projects in emerging and poor countries.
There is another compelling reason – self interest. The export earnings are largely in US dollars. Each day these reserves are held, they depreciate in value. This is because the US is recklessly printing more dollars, thereby debasing its own currency.
More dollars floating around in the global markets means the BRICS’ dollar holdings are worth less with each passing day. In effect, the BRICS are subsidising the American economy.
3. Detoxifying global banking
Western banks have spewed financial toxin into the global economy. The numerous cases of rate fixing and cheating and the endemic corruption in the financial hubs of New York and London have necessitated a divorce from this system.
South African International Relations Minister Nkoana-Mashabane says thedecision to set up the BRICS Bank was made “as a result of the need to change the way business is conducted in international finance institutions”.
4. The world needs a new growth model
The World Bank is not really a world bank, it’s an American bank. With majority stakes held by the United States and its allies, it was created to further Western interests around the world.
To illustrate, here’s a question: How many countries have the IMF and the World Bank lifted out of poverty over the past 60 years? The answer: approximately zero.
Take Africa, which requires around $100 annually for infrastructure development. The World Bank has for several years been the largest multilateral financier of development infrastructure in the continent, but the total money committed in 2012 towards projects in Sub Saharan Africa, for instance, was just $12 billion.
The other multilateral lender in the continent, the African Development Bank, has had to grapple with shortages of funds which almost led to its collapse in 1995.
There are two reasons why Western institutions have been unable to erase global poverty from the countries they have worked with.
The first reason is the West never intended to help. In fact, their mission was exactly the opposite – to create poverty and dependency. When World Bank and IMF consultants descend on a developing country, their prescription for prosperity sounds compelling: focus on large projects, privatise (water and power) utilities, sell majority government stakes in national oil companies, and finally open up the local market to global (translation: Western) companies.
The World Bank model is orientated towards mega projects – such as dams. This focus on large projects in mostly small countries worked extremely well for advancing Western interests. It helped kick back bribes to the ruling elites in these countries, fostering an incestuous relationship between these elites and the Western institutions they ushered in.
Needless to say the model never worked for the ordinary people in whose name the projects were being funded. Indeed, from the start the motive was to trap these countries into a vicious debt cycle in order to grab their resources and make them pliant states.
The second reason why the Bretton Woods twins have screwed up is misplaced priorities. Western banks and consultants do not seem to understand that poor countries do not really require mega projects. What they need are more humble projects such as roads, electricity, clean drinking water, healthcare, education, ICT, sanitation and affordable public transport. Give the people the basics and they will take care of the rest – such as create jobs, wealth and skyscraper skylines.
The BRICS Bank is expected to focus on this critical infrastructure challenge facing developing countries.
5. BRICS have set a good example to follow
Detractors of the BRICS alliance like to say corruption is widespread in India, China and Russia. And they are right. What they cannot deny is the fact that despite such corruption these countries are collectively lifting at least a hundred million people out of poverty and moving them into the middle class each year.
Then there’s the Janus Syndrome. The two-headed Greek deity, Janus, has one face facing the future and the other focussed on the past. The syndrome is most evident in India, where one half of the country enjoys unprecedented prosperity, basking in spectacular 21st century projects such as the Moon and Mars missions, while the other half wallows in 19th century problems.
The relentless rise of the BRICS despite such contradictions not only offers hope but also valuable policy lessons for developing countries.
Love to ALL,
Our world is ruled by the flow and distribution of 'money' or banking law. Banking law is subsumed under corporate law which is subsumed under common law, which is also known as private law and falls under an ever broader category called Equity. Seem complicated? Well it is on the surface, but not really when you look closely.
Maxims of Equity
Banks are supposedly organized under a sub-sub category of law known as 'trust law' which is a sub-category of property law, a sub-category of common law. But surprisingly, underlying this convoluted system of laws is something very simple that originated in Rome: a set of statements termed, "Maxims of Equity" (read them here).
Here is what Wikipedia says about the legal concept of 'Equity':
So you see, as it is now, the world operates by the view that equity is most important because lawmakers in Rome view law as a system of fabricated rules rather than natural facts. I would assert that love is most important because I view law as a system of natural facts rather than fabricated rules.
So I propose the world switch from private law maxims of equity to public law maxims of love.
Maxims of Love
Here is a set of proposed Maxims of Love:
The law of freedom - All living systems have the right to be free.
The law of protection - All living systems have a right to be protected from the harmful actions of others.
The law of balance - All living systems unable or unwilling to live and act in accordance with the maxims of love will be given the opportunity to either correct their behavior or accept the consequences.
The law of intervention - The community has the right to intervene in all situations where the maxims of love are violated regardless of other laws, customs, ethics, or practices.
If the maxims of love align with your values, please feel free to join the Facebook group, Respublica of Earth (click here). The goal of this group is to explore and practice the maxims of love in an accepting environment. Learn more about Respublica of Earth by exploring the documents found here.
Love to ALL
Economics is not a natural phenomenon like electricity that works according to natural laws. It is a set of ideas concocted entirely by lower reasoning. Paying money for life is like making love to a reflection in the mirror. The key to unlimited abundance is for humanity to understand that we are and always have been the collateral backing the world's economy. (If you are unclear about that, click here.)
Now I propose a world-wide unlimited abundance plan called the Heirship Economy. I call it an 'economy' only because that's a term people understand. The Heirship Economy is implemented in three phases and is based on the assumption that all systems self-correct when the underlying problems are corrected and that the laws of nature are free to operate uninhibited.
Read and understand the four documents on this webpage: Armistice & Accord; Letters Patent; Notice of Reconciliation; Letters of Marque
Phase Three (adpated from John Black's 'Abolition of Work')
With the implementation of this three-phase plan, new technologies would emerge. People would begin organizing themselves into self-governing communities, tribes, and federations according to the laws of nature. The old would pass away. Behold, the new has come!
Love to ALL,
customs were taken, combined with the "General Custom of the Realm" or Parliamentary Law, written down, and termed what has been called ever since, English Common Law. So as you see, English Common Law itself began in violation of aboriginal customary law because the custom was for it to be oral, not written.
Now, after reading the history of English Common Law, see what U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Richard Posner says: "The common law method is to allocate responsibilities between people engaged in interacting activities in such a way as to maximize the joint value, or, what amounts to the same thing, minimize the joint cost of the activities." (R. Posner, 1973. Economic Analysis of Law Boston, MA: Little, Brown; 2nd edn 1977, 3d edition 1986, 4th edition 1992.)
In this same publication he also says, "In searching for a reasonably objective and impartial standard, as the traditions of the bench require him to do, the judge can hardly fail to consider whether the loss was the product of wasteful, uneconomical resource use. In a culture of scarcity, this is an urgent, an inescapable question. And at least an approximation to the answer is in most cases reasonably accessible to intuition and common sense." U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Posner urges common law judges to judge whether we have been "wasteful" with "economic resources" when hearing cases! (Who determined already what a 'resource' is? Who decided already what constitutes 'wastefulness'? If you ask a shaman whether or not a tree is a resource he will say, no!)
Now we can see how they took oral tribal tradition, gave it a label, 'Customary Law', wrote it down and combined it with existing 'Common Law'. In other words, they made the tribal tradition unlawful. Then they moved in to colonize or civilize the world for their own monetary gain.
The controllers of this world have evolved all laws of the land into an economic scheme and are now selling it to us as a lawful means toward freedom, calling it Common Law. They told the patriots that it means, "cause no harm, cause no loss, impede no freedoms" while they know it means something different depending upon which end of control system you're operating from. In Common Law, judges set the laws, higher court rulings trump lower. So how many local rulings do you think will still apply ten years from now? It's time to wake up!
It's time for a peoples' law. So what would that look like? How would it work?
A 'Law' for the People
A law for the people would not be a 'law' as such at all. It would be a sharing of values and customs through story among communities.
The smallest social unit is an individual. Then comes family, then extended family, then clan. Several clans make up a tribe. Several tribes are a federation. Social order can be maintained and enforced within each unit (clan, band or tribe) in cooperation with the federation. Each federation and social unit's customs and values are subsumed under Natural Law. Simple.
That's all for now. I'll be back later to talk about 'economics'.
Love to ALL,
Let's take a look at how the international "Ubuntu Movement" began, the direction it is heading now, and where it could lead.
The Ubuntu Philosophy
The philosophy of Ubuntu itself began among tribal communities as an aid for bringing lawful remedy in cases of broken or strained relationships (Wikipedia, March 2003). Ubuntu simply means a 'person is a person through people' (Zulu proverb). It brings the indigenous ideal of respect for the humanity of another to establishing order in communities. In Ubuntu, human development depends upon a shared humanity where each person is born with an ethical responsibility to support others. Ubuntu supports the Law of One.
One of the distinguishing features of Ubuntu as stated by the Constitutional Court of South African in the 2006 case of Dikoko v Mokhatla (CCT62/05)  ZACC 10; 2006 (6) SA 235 (CC); 2007 (1) BCLR 1 (CC) (3 August 2006) is, "...the basic constitutional value of human dignity relates closely to ubuntu or botho, an idea based on deep respect for the humanity of another. Traditional law and culture have long considered one of the principal objectives of the law to be the restoration of harmonious human and social relationships where they have been ruptured by an infraction of community norms....A remedy based on the idea of ubuntu or botho could go much further in restoring human dignity than an imposed monetary award in which the size of the victory is measured by the quantum ordered and the parties are further estranged rather than brought together by the legal process. It could indeed give better appreciation and sensitize a defendant as to the hurtful impact of his or her unlawful actions, similar to the emerging idea of restorative justice in our sentencing laws."
Recent Rise in South Africa
The philosophy of Ubuntu has gained traction as a foundation for African Constitutional Law through The Ubuntu Project. Founded in 2003 through the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, the project was funded by a National Research Foundation grant from the South African government (listed on the SEC as a private, for profit corporation), for R2.5 million per year from 2003-2010. A pilot study states, "In any society there is always conflict, and people inevitably wound each other in their engagements. In South Africa there has been a traumatic disintegration of the relations between people. The particular devastation of colonialism leaves a gaping wound in the social bond.
"For restoration or redemption to truly occur, we must acknowledge our inevitable exposure to that wound and the need for repairing the relations of community. Ubuntu, along with other ideals like dignity, freedom and equality, must be manifested in the continued political, social, economic, and legal transformation of the country."
So why would the African Government spend all that money promoting Ubuntu? According to South Africa's first government online radio station, UbuntuRadio.com, SA's admission to the UN Security Council and BRICS has positioned them "to contribute significantly on the global political scene." The radio station will be utilized to "communicate the country’s foreign policy without distortion and to promote Brand South Africa domestically and abroad." In other words, Ubuntu is no longer simply a philosophy or foundation for social law, it has become part of the commercial branding of South Africa.
But still, with one of the newest, most progressive constitutions in the world, why would SA find it necessary to brand themselves with Ubuntu? Could it be to pacify the Khoi, Zulu, Xhosa, and other SA tribes who have lost custodianship over their own land, similar to the American Indian? These tribes still practice customary common law via oral tradition. I wonder if putting the "Ubuntu" label on English Common Law will work with the SA natives any better than worked with the American Indians.
Close But No Cigar
In South Africa, Ubuntu has become a watered-down, hybrid version of the values it has carried for thousands of years. It is now a "brand" to sell the idea of government. Close but no cigar. Even with Michael Tellinger, the founder of the South African Ubuntu Liberation Movement and Global Ubuntu Party, running for public office, the platform has become a clone of true Ubuntu philosophy.
Can "Ubuntu" Be Salvaged?
The tribal communities located in America as well as South Africa are at risk of losing their connection with their social traditions. Even with all the talk of new constitutions and republics, the difference between English Common Law and true, Customary Common Law is lost on the public. Those promoting English Common Law Courts and ideals believe they are facilitating freedom; but it's freedom with limitations that they are promoting. A bleached version of slavery, in my opinion. Ubuntu USA / Ubuntu Global are exceptions.
Ubuntu USA / Ubuntu Global
Ubuntu USA / Ubuntu Global are synonymous with Tribal Customary Common Law and Oral Tradition. If they ever cease to be, they will cease to be Ubuntu USA / Ubuntu Global. While they both started as part of the Ubuntu Liberation Movement in South Africa with approval and co-operation from ULM founder Michael Tellinger, they now stand alone in holding the line, maintaining the values that I feel make "Ubuntu" great.
More About Ubuntu
Ubuntu is recognized as being an important source of law within the context of strained or broken relationships amongst individuals or communities and as an aid for providing remedies which contribute towards more mutually acceptable remedies for the parties in such cases.
Ubuntu is a concept which:
"A person with Ubuntu is open and available to others, affirming of others, does not feel threatened that others are able and good, based from a proper self-assurance that comes from knowing that he or she belongs in a greater whole and is diminished when others are humiliated or diminished, when others are tortured or oppressed.
"One of the sayings in our country is Ubuntu – the essence of being human. Ubuntu speaks particularly about the fact that you can't exist as a human being in isolation. It speaks about our interconnectedness. You can't be human all by yourself, and when you have this quality – Ubuntu – you are known for your generosity. We think of ourselves far too frequently as just individuals, separated from one another, whereas you are connected and what you do affects the whole World. When you do well, it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity." - Desmond Tutu
"A traveller through a country would stop at a village and he didn't have to ask for food or for water. Once he stops, the people give him food, entertain him. That is one aspect of Ubuntu, but it will have various aspects. Ubuntu does not mean that people should not enrich themselves. The question therefore is: Are you going to do so in order to enable the community around you to be able to improve?" - Nelson Mandela
Love to ALL,
Gingerbread, Wine, and Apples: are Swissindo and Common Law Courts the eqivalent of fairy tale food?
Fairy tale villains are very wise. With the finesse of martial artists, they use their opponent's own appetites to defeat them. For Hansel and Grettle, it was the gingerbread house; for Little Red Riding Hood, the creamy wine, pressed (unbeknownst to her) from the body of her own grandmother. And we all know about Adam, Eve, the serpent and the irresistible "fruit" of knowledge.
Most who are "awake" have heard of the Hegelian Dialect: the tool used by our "contrast partners" to lure us into gobbling up their fairy tale food (solutions) -- problem, reaction, solution. ("They" manufacture a problem, "we" react predictably, and "their" plotted solution is demanded.) What many are not aware of is, freedom fighters are falling for it in massive proportions. So, here is a litmus test: Any time we are defending a position or fighting against a position, we are caught in the trap. That bears repeating:
Any time we are defending a position or fighting against a position, we are caught in the trap.
What to Do?
The way to win is to refuse to fight. That doesn't mean letting the dark agenda roll over us like a steamroller. That means become a witness to what is and BE busy DO'ing what we are inwardly guided to DO. It's that simple.
The light, when shining with abandon, is so lustrous we want nothing else. Weaker frequencies entrain to it; so no need to worry about whether someone else is eating rancid gingerbread, drinking tainted wine, or eating the dreaded apple. If it is their bliss to be a SwissIndo deligate or to form a Common Law Court, then they should do it. My bliss is to continue to observe and DO what I AM called to do. We are transitioning to a money-free world under Universal (Natural) Law. Free energy has come screaming onto the scene and new communities are blooming all around the world. The freedom we have longed for has finally peaked its head around the corner and is fading into view. Let's pour our energy into it, let that be our focus. There is plenty to do for ALL.
Rejoice! Together we are birthing the NEW EARTH!
Cindy Kay Currier