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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby webhick » Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:44 pm

The Observer wrote:why does remedy require further remedy


Because using any of David's remedies is like taking home a free mattress you found roadside to replace the one you just bought but don't like. First it just smells a little wonky, but then you find out that you inadvertently infested your house with bedbugs. So you go out and get some cockroaches to eat the bedbugs, which not only doesn't completely eliminate the bedbugs but it also leaves you with a cockroach infestation. So you go out and get a bunch of rats to get rid of the cockroach infestation. And while the cockroaches are much less, you now have a rat infestation. Eventually, the neighbors complain about the smell emanating from your home and since no one has seen you for a while the police are called to do a safety check. They find your half-eaten corpse and the coroner comes to the conclusion that while it's obvious that the combination of bedbugs, cockroaches and rats are what did you in, no one can figure out why there's an old smelly mattress in your bedroom when there's a brand new one stored in the garage.
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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:53 pm

The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby obadiah » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:21 pm

Because using any of David's remedies is like taking home a free mattress...

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby The Observer » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:50 pm

David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".


But it only works, as you keep telling us, when you go to the lawyer in black robes and ask him to provide remedy for your remedy. We have you on record twice now with that blurt. but I am not sure why any suitor is going to have to pay twice to receive final remedy once. That would indicate that there is a redundant (and unnecessary step) to the whole process. I think suitors should consider this very carefully in light of your unfortunate but honest blurt, and cut out the middle man. They would, at the very least, save considerable money in terms of document preparation and filing fees, not to mention time.

That way, at least when they get thrown out of court by the lawyer in black robes, it will be sooner rather than later.
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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:56 pm

You forget remedy has monetary advantages.


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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:57 pm

Wrong photo in my buffer:

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby Nikki » Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:58 pm

Still the wrong photo.

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby ProfHenryHiggins » Tue Jul 26, 2011 11:24 pm

David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".


David... I'm starting to suspect that the clerks and judges of the Colorado court system use enormous amounts of brain bleach (possibly with 2 Girls, 1 Cup or the like to scour away the worst of your mind-numbing repetitiveness beforehand) after every appearance or visit that you make to one of their offices.

I've known people with IQs of less than 80 who learn from their mistakes faster than you do.

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Tue Jul 26, 2011 11:50 pm

ProfHenryHiggins wrote:
David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".


David... I'm starting to suspect that the clerks and judges of the Colorado court system use enormous amounts of brain bleach (possibly with 2 Girls, 1 Cup or the like to scour away the worst of your mind-numbing repetitiveness beforehand) after every appearance or visit that you make to one of their offices.

I've known people with IQs of less than 80 who learn from their mistakes faster than you do.



They are teachable.

I ordered a transcript from the chief judge with lawful money:

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And they came in with the name corrected:

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Which was important as the transcript contains my original billing notice:

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Besides, I feel that not depressing a couple keys there above correctly could happen to anybody.

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby wserra » Wed Jul 27, 2011 1:01 am

By way of explanation for a deletion I just made: David cannot be the only person against whom the on-topic and no-abuse rules are enforced.
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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Wed Jul 27, 2011 1:15 am

Not to get insulting or distracted defending my own IQ;


What have I learned here?

There is no account with the Treasury for these BPNs, just like with FRNs. Mr. RUSSELL is a great example. He accepted for value (A4V) that government seizing gold in 1933 meant that government would be paying things off. After more than a year though, he was probably realizing he had no evidence of any Treasury Direct account, no birth certificate/stock certificates or CUSIP #s on criminal court cases, nothing about the Social Security Administration was indicating there is a fund or account to draw upon... So he got scared and rescinded his BPN long after setoff had been executed by the clerk of the US court. - Just to be safe.

Wserra speculated that either lien actions are not on the docket or that government just thinks it a silly thing to pursue - $14K from a stone, so to speak. Go with that if you like.

Kennedy Mike RUSSELL and Donald McDOWELL both may be presumed to have been contributing to the money supply by endorsing private credit from the Fed as post-1933 Fed banks through the bonding process of endorsing their paychecks over the years. That private credit manifested in cash circulating out in the economy, contributing to the national debt and to inflation - the depreciation of the US Dollar. And nobody knows how much of that currency is attributed to either of them as Fed banks. This is what the US Judge accepting the BPN understood and why he made no final execution toward the writ of enforcement.

But that may just be my feeling that if the IRS came petitioning me for a writ of enforcement and a BPN was tendered instead; if that BPN was obviously bogus, I would put something into the docket to avoid Planet Merrill getting the impression I have, that the US Judge understands RUSSELL has the right to redeem some of his private credit and over the years of endorsing it into creation by approving fractional lending then he has injected a lot more than $14K into circulation. So best to just shut up and hope nobody on Planet Merrill notices...

So what about that link from post #1 JRB? Does anybody have any guesses why we have a login screen all of a sudden?

Also about FRNs as BPNs;

The bond is obvious, Congress is busy squabbling about writing another bond to raise the Debt Ceiling - permitting the continued printing of money - FRNs as sustained good faith and credit.

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http://www.silverbearcafe.com/private/convincing.html


When Congress borrows money on the credit of the United States, bonds are thus legislated into existence and deposited as credit entries in Federal Reserve banks...


If you do not think FRNs are notes, then read one some time. If you do not think they are promissory notes, then you just need to think about that. If you don't think they are bonded, read my Signature or think about that too.

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby fortinbras » Wed Jul 27, 2011 1:45 am

David Merrill wrote:Which was important as the transcript contains my original billing notice:

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Just out of curiosity, when did the judge pay you the $10M ??

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby Pottapaug1938 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:54 am

When I read Silver Bear Cafe's turgid rant, I had to laugh at the concentration of so much idiocy in such a small place; but perhaps the funniest part (for me) was when he asserted that Eisenhower dollars were popular among the general public, but that the eebil gummint conspired to deprive the general public of the coins by minting them in limited quantities.

In November, I will celebrate both my 59th birthday and the 52nd anniversary of my coin collecting hobby. I well remember the introduction of the Eisenhower dollar; and as soon as they arrived in the banks I obtained a supply and started using them. However, I soon noticed how heavy they were in my pocket (a major reason why silver certificates were created to get silver dollars, kept in vaults, into the circulating money supply without forcing the coins themselves into circulation -- which is one reason why so many remain today in high grades). A lot of stores were reluctant to accept them; and when they did the coins went into the drawer with the spare rolls of coin and the coin wrappers. People would whine "can't you give me a paper dollar?" if the stores tried to offer them in change, so the coins wound up deposited back into the banks. That's one reason why the coins weren't minted for circulation in 1973; and if there hadn't been a demand for the dollar coins in casinos, they might not have been minted again (at least for "business strikes") after that. The same thing is happening today with the new smaller dollar coins; and it will continue to happen unless we follow the example of Canada and scrap the paper dollar.

Of course, all this won't matter to anyone who, like Silver Bear, has a passionate monomaniacal belief in the absolute correctness of his ideas.... :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:34 am

fortinbras wrote:
David Merrill wrote:Which was important as the transcript contains my original billing notice:

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Just out of curiosity, when did the judge pay you the $10M ??



I billed before the trial. So the trial was cancelled due to him double-booking the theater and no witnesses or evidence. It gets better though; my daughter showed but after I left and the trial that was to take place was bogus!

I guess the judge wanted the day off!

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby ProfHenryHiggins » Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:13 am

David, David, David, how many times do you have to fail Reading Comprehension before you become classified as mentally tetraplegic?

I commented on your repetitiveness, not on the content of what you continually repeat. If someone doesn't get a point the first time, repeating it to them the same way only slower and louder does not enable them to suddenly grasp what you saying. The classical stereotype of the American tourist trying to express themselves in another, non-English-speaking nation without having bothered to learn the language or the customs.

Only in your case, you apparently never learned the language and customs of your own country, and speak something that bears as much in common with English as the sounds that Danny Kaye made had to German and French.

Numerous people here have tried to bear with you again and again, but you fail to comprehend the slightest bit of anyone elses' point of view, it seems to be much of the time. Most of us see your point of view, and we see the cardboard cutouts, wax fruit, and rusty barbed wire that you in your blindness see as people of importance, nutritious viands, and silken sheets.

I'm putting you on ignore. A soul so far gone is a waste of my time and energy.

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby Harvester » Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:30 am

David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".

My experience suggests that it does indeed work. I redeem lawful money and haven't paid Income Tax since 2007. Thank you David!

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby grixit » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:08 am

Wait why is David bonding his sister? And did he put the video on the web?
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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Wed Jul 27, 2011 2:49 pm

Cathulhu wrote:I think the only difference between him [Norway Killer] and David is that David hasn't gotten a gun yet, and when you start thinking of killing people to start the revolution, David, begin with yourself.




wserra wrote:By way of explanation for a deletion I just made: David cannot be the only person against whom the on-topic and no-abuse rules are enforced.



Please quit doing that Wesley. It is obvious you do not understand what I am doing posting here - echo chambers. Of course Wesley Lynn's attorners would immediately withdraw the payment; and wisely so, as it, like RAYNER's BPN was over the amount and demanded change.

Let the Quatludes keep to their delusion that I enjoy being the punching bag around here. It is worth it and you know you are wasting your time anyway, if you think you can make certain people mature by deleting a post or two. The above crude accusation, that I am a serial killer at heart for example; was just an invitation that hashed out Demo for who she is, and as you know and show processed some very disturbing issues about the mental profile of this website.


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P.S. I surmise that it takes JRB's friend three months to figure out the money is out there circulating as private credit. Being that she is a federal judge, I still give her credit for being that intelligent:

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby David Merrill » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:01 pm

Harvester wrote:
David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".

My experience suggests that it does indeed work. I redeem lawful money and haven't paid Income Tax since 2007. Thank you David!




You are welcome!

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Re: Another bonded promissory note scheme perp charged

Postby Pottapaug1938 » Wed Jul 27, 2011 4:13 pm

David Merrill wrote:
Harvester wrote:
David Merrill wrote:The remedy I teach is the Fed Act of 1913. Which is why it works and I call it "profitable".

My experience suggests that it does indeed work. I redeem lawful money and haven't paid Income Tax since 2007. Thank you David!




You are welcome!

This may look like a Time Machine glitch to the Quatlude Mind. That is what I looked like in 2041.

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