As the summer draws to a close many of us here in Montana are hoping for an end to what has been a very dry few months. There has been no significant rain here since the end of June. July was HOT. Relentlessly hot. August has been clouded in smoke from wildfires all around. Folks in Missoula have been choking in smoke from four fires near by. To the east, where I live, the smoke has drifted into the valleys and hangs in the air like a fart in the elevator. Life here is a daily struggle with watery eyes, sneezing, coughing and your run of the mill discomfort of living down wind of a giant campfire.
As with all things Montana, this will last until you think you are going to pop. And then, like the flip of switch, it will stop. I think I am about to pop.
Many of my friends in other places wonder why I put up with it all. All I can say is it’s home. It’s the place I should have been born, but wasn’t. No fault of my own. I’m just glad I found it, even if it was a bit late. Better late than never, eh?
There has been a mistake. For many years I had been led to believe I was a U.S. citizen. I was wrong. Forgive me. I now rebut that presumption. Any form, application, or any other written instrument on which I claimed U.S. citizenship is revoked. I was led to believe a falsehood based on incomplete information and popular misunderstanding. I did not do my due diligence. My bad. For the public record: I am not and never have been a U.S. citizen as per the 14th Amendment. I am one of the free, sovereign, independent people of the united States of America and nothing else.
Notice to principals is notice to agents. Notice to agents is notice to principals
By: The man known as ray, lawful house of Greninger.
With all the madness passing as social discourse going on these days it’s hard to keep your eye on the ball. What is the ball exactly? It is the unveiling of the financial system that has hypothecated our labor and property to back a privately owned “currency.”
Many have succumbed to the scam of paying bills using their “secret accounts” based on their social security number and “legal name.” Whether or not that particular “secret account” exists is up for grabs. But make no mistake, there is an account, a cestui que vie trust with what looks like your name on it. Can you access it? Some say yes. Bu here is the problem: that account was set up based on your birth certificate for the sole purpose of robbing you of your labor, your property and eventually your soul. It’s there and, some people say it can be accessed. Continue reading “The Scam of the Day”