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The Law Explained:– Review and Reality Check of What we have Discussed so far

Published: [ Thu 23rd Jul, 2015 ]

Hello everyone! This is Frank O’Collins writing a quick update urging you to please re-read and re-listen to the previous 7 sessions and prologue before Session 8 on Affifavits, Advocates and Services will be ready in two weeks by the end of the first week this coming August.

If you have been reading and listening, then you know we have covered a huge amount of material these past eight weeks – so much, that it really is worthwhile taking the time to go back and re-read and re-listen to the 8 different sections, namely: Prologue: 144 Articles of Truth of Law; and Session 1: Fundamentals of Law; and Session 2: Trusts and Rights; and Session 3: Estates, Registers and Rolls; and Session 4: Corporations, Funds and Property; and Session 5: Documents and Securities; and Session 6: Money, Capital and Markets; and Session7: Logic, Argument and Rhetoric.


If you have been following this series of lectures and slides on the Law Explained, then you will recall that last week when we discussed in Session 7 the principles of “Logic, Argument and Rhetoric”, I mentioned that by this week we will be starting on the first of the case by case basis of actual remedies and solutions concerning facing Western-Roman Law. However, three things occurred since that lecture that reminded me of the importance of instead leaving this brief note tonight on “Review and Reality Check of What we have Discussed so far”: 

First, the session to be discussed on Affidavits includes not only discussion on how to form effective affidavits and why they are so essential, but also how your properly formed affidavits will be able to be uploaded and Gazetted throught Ucadia.  This also involves showing you the Member Deed Poll of Services, where members who wish to use such services need to at least agree to the terms and conditions of such services so there is no confusion. It also involves showing to those of you competent and willing to be Advocates of the Golden Rule of Law how you can be recognized and honored as Advocates of the Law through an Advocate Deed Poll and material. There is still a lot of work to be finished before I am ready to walk through with you these steps, so I need at least two more weeks until the end of the first week in August before this can be ready to show you.

Second, in the past nine weeks, we have covered an enormous amount of information and I feel for some who have come to listen, there has not yet been the opportunity for all of it to sink in. My sense of this comes from a first hand experience I had recently where I had contact with a fellow facing a particular civil matter the day before a hearing was to resume after a brief continuance and he had failed to submit any paperwork to the court- despite being urged by others to do so; yet felt sufficiently confident he could talk his way through it on the day. Now, I am not casting blame. Far from it. As I have been saying over and over and over again, there is no law in this present system. The present system does not properly explain what their forms mean, or imply. Anyone who claims they do is either ignorant or deliberately lying. For example, who tells you that a summons in a civil case is usually also a letter of demand that if not rebutted before your appearance automatically means you accept no only the  subject matter, but the issue and the existence of the claimed debt? Your lawyer is not going to tell you. Your local sheriff or court clerk is certainly not going to tell you, probably because they have no idea; and the judge is not going to tell you either. So how fair is that?  In any event, it reinforced for me that we need to emphasize the very basics now at the conclusion of this first section of the series before moving ahead, in the hope that people do not make silly and stupid mistakes moving forward.

Third and finally, I feel we need to remind ourselves of the yawning gap between the truth of law, of fact and of justice versus the reality of injustice and delusion of so many that currently operate such organized criminal syndicates pretending to be courts and peace officers and centers of justice. I am not saying all these people are bad, or that all these people deliberately behave in a criminal way.  What I am saying is that pretty much no lawyer you will ever speak with will have any clue what the law is. They will point to the statutes of a blind crazy woman, holding the scales of a banker and a giant sword and call her Lady justice.  
True Justice is never blind! Never!  But these people have no clue. Or a judge or magistrate sitting there in the black robes of a Galli priest and acknowledging their claimed ecclesiastical powers, yet will shrug their shoulders and in many cases have no real clue as to the true origin of the black robes – only the fabricated absurdities that like monkeys, once upon a time a judge donned a black robe and the rest followed. Nor will a court clerk even consider the fact that unless you challenge the presumptions of the summons in writing first, then the system claims you guilty before the accusation is ever proven! They will probably think you are just another crazy person trying to lodge non standard forms and muck up their well oiled computerized processes.

The system is broken.  The system is using the deliberate and wilfull ignorance of the people who run it as its first line of defense and then sociopathic and cruel brutality as its second line of defense. It is not a system of law. These are not courts of law.  The time has come to make this clear, by people who do know what the law is and are competent and capable of withstanding the lies, the delusions, the irrationality and threats of a dying system that no longer can hide behind a superficial veil.

Evil succeeds not only because good people are willing to do nothing, but because they were not properly trained to deal with a cancer within our society that exists by virtue of lies, of deception, of sociopathy and mental delusion.  We cannot overcome simply by hoping we can all be like “Perry Mason” and talk our way through a court case.  Nor will we find clarity if we keep falling back into cutting pasting claimed remedies from credible sounding gurus.  We need to know.  We need to know to our very bones what is true and what is not as knowledge is the only real source of remedy, then we need to act.

I need the time to finish the preparation for the next series of blogs and so let me express once again my deepest appreciation to all of you who have been willing to support Ucadia and make this happen.  Till we speak and the next section is up within the next two weeks, please be safe, be well and thank you!

Cheers Frank

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The Law Explained: Session 7 – Logic, Argument and Rhetoric

Published: [ Sat 18th Jul, 2015 ]

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Hello, this is Frank O’Collins and welcome to Session 7 of the series on The Law Explained and the topic tonight being “Logic, Argument and Rhetoric”, namely – what is Logic, especially in the context of law? How are the tools of Logic used in a legal sense? And why a lack of knowledge of the key elements of Logic is a very dangerous position to be in? What is the nature of Arguments? How do the various parts of the present system use presumptions of Argument against us? 

Session 7 tonight on Logic, Argument and Rhetoric is the last of the foundation sessions in this series on the Law Explained. This means that starting next week, we begin to speak on a topic by topic basis concerning real, immediate, relevant and pressing matters that many people may be facing regarding law, the courts, demands for money, their finances and other pressures by the present system. So I am excited about this next phase on this series.

I know for many of you that started this journey on the series of the Law Explained some eight weeks ago, it has been a lot to get through. Yet, I assure you, the previous 7 weeks have been absolutely necessary to know before we get to deliver real solutions to practical problems, because without such foundation, it would be like giving you a torch/flashlight in a cave without any batteries.

When we spoke in the prologue of the 144 articles of truth of law, this blog as the very first part of this series on the Law Explained is so critically important,  it really continues to be the summary of everything we continue to speak and write about as to what is law? What is true justice? And what is fair process? It is easy to get lost in the myriad of terms and complexities of law and finance. Yet, if you just listen to this one blog and really read and then re-read those 144 articles of truth of law, I assure you it is the most important 144 sentences you will ever read concerning the law and you.

So then over the past few weeks we have gone through six more sessions: the first session (Session 1) being an introduction on the fundamentals; then Session 2 being about Trusts and Rights; then the third session (Session 3) being about Estates, Rolls and Registers; then the fourth session (Session 4) being about Corporations, Funds and Property; then the fifth session (Session 5) being about Documents and Securities; and then the sixth session last week being about Money, Capital and Markets. Everything we are now going to speak about in the coming weeks in terms of affidavits, or legal processes, or summonses and demands, or unlawful arrests, or mortgages and foreclosures, or credit card or other debts is all built upon this foundation – a distillation of decades of research and many tens of thousands of hours of painstaking reading and checking, not to mention the thousands of pages of canons of law you can go and reference via the website One-Heaven.Org for more information.

What an incredible resource then, to no longer have any doubt as to what it is we face; and how such a system has managed to survive for so long; and why we may not have previously succeeded; and why we hopefully won’t continue making the same mistakes. What an exciting time, under the idea of a “General Amnesty” when we can quell our collective egos and finally focus on the real issue, being the restoration of the Golden Rule of Law, that all are equal under the same laws in the proper administration of true justice and fair process. To finally name a thing for what it is.

I say “enough is enough” in the practice of so many preying upon the fears and desperation and weaknesses of those who find themselves in trouble, to be given such hollow promises, and fake remedies and false information. I say to anyone with a shred of decency and conscience within the truth movement and beyond, that everyone – absolutely everyone deserves the chance to know what the law is and what the law is not; and no one has the right to continue to deceive others, whether they be paid disinformation agents or simply bottom dwelling scammers, who think it is an easy way to make money.

To all of you then, who have the good sense and courage and willingness to read and listen to this series on the Law Explained, I say once again – thank you! Thank you for respecting such valuable knowledge and continuing to become more competent. To those of you who have accepted in good trust and character the principle of “General Amnesty” as this series unfolds, whilst waiting to see how the actual templates and example remedies will be developed, I also say thank you! The truth is that people learn best and can be best helped when they can turn to those they can trust – people willing and capable of being true “advocates” of the Golden Rule of Law. So I trust that as this series has unfolded, your own trust in this information has not been unfounded, as you see how so much knowledge and time and research has now been distilled into these sessions so far.

If you are new to this series, then welcome and thank you for taking the time to read and listen. Yet before you go too far on this particular session on logic, arguments and rhetoric, please read the prologue and the first six sessions (session 1, session 2, session 3, session 4, session 5 and session 6) first.

For those of you already up to date on this series, let us start then with a quick summary of what we have learned from Session 6 and some further key concepts that underpin our ability to recognize Logic, Arguments and Rhetoric  as Part #1 of tonight being a “Quick Review on Key Concepts”.

Part #1 – A Quick Review on Key Concepts

Page 3 – Review of Key Points from Session 6

Slide 3 of the pack of slides for tonight provides a summary of the key insights from Session 6 last week on Money, Capital and Markets, namely: 

The Ucadia Financial System is the only viable solution for Money, Credit and Capital;

Capital is simply the right to call upon the Credit of another in Trust for some benefit;

When a community trusts one another and are willing to extend credit there is unlimited capital;

When a community is divided and fearful, it must “import” a substitute forms of capital from another party;

The Business Model of Banks is to destroy community trust and capital to sell their artificial substitute called “security”;

A market is a trusted space (virtual or real) where buyers and sellers may exchange goods or services;

A space (virtual or real) where certain buyers and sellers have an unfair advantage or gain is not a market;

Money is a standard unit of measure; a means of exchange and a trusted redeemable unit of value;

Money that fulfils its purpose may be public, private, credit, personal and ecclesiastical;

The most valuable monetary unit in civilized history is the Supreme Credo (Credit) of One Heaven;

The greatest threat to humanity is the present global financial system. [Planet Earth]The planet has never faced a starker choice;

The Ucadia Financial System is a complete and “ready to go” - capable of being operational within 120 days.

Page 4 – What is Truth?

Session 6 last week on Money, Capital and Markets was pretty heavy in information – albeit in summary and slide form. However, every single session we have discussed to date, including session 6 is absolutely vital – especially in comprehending the foundation of what is going on before we begin on a week by week basis of specific solutions to specific issues that many of you are facing.

Yet, there was one word that returned in a different form being the cornerstone of a fair and prosperous community, or market or system of money and capital – being the notion of Trust. Not only is the notion of the restoring of Trust through the Golden Rule of Law, that everyone is equal before the same laws and none are higher, we now see that restoring Trust is also vital for a prosperous and vibrant economic life of the community.

This brings me to slide 4 tonight and the very question of “What is Truth?” As the slide shows, the notion of truth is essentially by definition a steadfastness and conviction that something is as it is claimed to be; and so depending upon the apparent trustworthiness and level of conviction of the one claiming something to be true, we may or may not assume a similar level of trust.

That is why so many of these fake truth gurus get away with so much, because they sound convincing, they sound credible and they appeal to a certain demographic by throwing in all kinds of cliché’s. In the end, people “believe” because they want to “believe”, not because it is logical or common sense.  Take for instance the diagram of the four-walled prison I have published several times during this series on the Law Explained. The answer to some of these fake teachers and fake experts now that the Law is being properly explained, is to repudiate that there is any possible notion of the Golden Rule of Law presently in existence; and simply make it about personal choice and personal perspective. They steadfastly refuse to address the fact that they are still playing within the matrix and in many cases causing far more harm than good.

Page 5- What is Fact?

This brings us then to slide 5 and the notion of “What is Fact?” Here, I show the purple/pink image of the fictional Res or Thing person and various documents allegedly connected to it. The notion of fact is by definition a testimony of claimed evidentiary proof of some past event, often in written form; and so depending upon the source and authority of such testimony, it may or may not be trusted to be true.

Here again, the notion of trust is essential into accepting what is or is not fact. If the source cannot be trusted, then no matter how accurate the information, it will not be accepted as fact – hence the story of the “Boy who cried wolf”. In contrast, those that have developed trustworthy personalities, even though there is nothing remotely honorable about them, appear to be able to say some of the most appalling lies, yet people “believe” them to be true. This is in essence the modern business model of mainstream media and the propaganda of corporate and government advertisers. 

Page 6- What is Reality?

Slide 6 then summarizes the notion of Reality. As we said at the start of this entire series on the Law Explained, many apologists for the existing system want us to “believe” that Reality is something fixed and impermanent, with such a notion being absurd and deliberately false, given the components of truth and fact that make reality.

The notion of reality is by definition the combination of both the ideas of truth and fact to assert a thing or notion or claim is factually true and therefore may be trusted as genuine, without doubt. The problem with the modern concept of reality is that if you take the time to look it up in the dictionary, you will find one of the most deliberately circular and absurd notions in all western thinking whereby reality is defined as truth and fact and then truth and fact are defined as real. This is called a logical fallacy and any argument based upon it cannot stand in law.

Page 7 – What is Validity?

So how does anything get decided then, if such notions of truth, or fact or reality are in essence “relative”? The answer is the notion of validity and how competing arguments are decided.

Slide 7 shows the notion of valid then is by definition a claim may be strongly asserted against any counter arguments and thus in such a show of force and conviction, the stronger of the two may be trusted.

Now, please don’t mistake the idea of Validity as somehow equivalent to the idea of Greek Philosophers standing at the Agora debating the merits of Law. I am speaking of the theatre and the entertainment show that is Pirate Law of the Western-Roman Pirate System for several hundred years.

In the first instance, a dispute of claim or fact was resolved by the ancient notion of trial by combat. For example, in the mixed up British system of fake law, this idea continued even up to the last one-hundred years in the form of the duel.

For the rest of the masses, the concept of trial by combat evolved to the medieval notion of Trial by Entertainment, usually within the Old Taverns or Inns of Court. By the way, the four Inns of Court are a continuation of this system of trial in front of a crowd, usually drunk or stoned on drugs, who then voted by cheering or booing the side they liked or disliked.

Capital trials for poor peasants and travelers without sufficient funds or standing were held in these taverns and inns from the time of Henry VIII onward until the 18th Century. People would become progressively more and more drunk and then the night’s entertainment was seeing some poor peasant try to defend themselves against often dubious charges. If the patrons were lucky, they could then witness the hanging, sometimes on a hanging tree out the front of the tavern, or in other times in the stairwell of the tavern. That is the reality of Common Law and Common Law Justice.

Finally, validity shifted to the modern notion of Trial by Inquisition or Trial by Mental Torture, where the accused is subject to maximum and unreasonable stress to either extract a confession or proof the truth of their alibi and innocence. Under the Fourth Reich of the Wall Street Banks, this model is being replaced as a time wasting and now people are moved straight from accusation, to sentence and imprisonment, without even the right of trial in more and more jurisdictions.

Page 8 – The Tripartite Relations of Life

So that is truth, fact, reality and validity in the present world. Before we start by defining the notion of argument and then logic, I’d like to quickly go through some slides we have discussed previously on logic and common sense, so we keep these things in mind as we move forward.

On Slide 8, I list again the idea of the Tripartite Relations of Life and the model that an Action follows a Cause and a Cause follows a Reason. This is important, very important; as any system of law, no matter how corrupt, cannot ignore this basic element of logic and common sense – you cannot have an action without a cause; and you cannot have a cause without a reason.

Page 9 – The Law is necessarily fictional

Slide 9 reminds us again that the Law is necessarily fictional – because the law must concern itself in seeking to re-create past events in order to judge and discern fact, truth and the reality and merit of the accusations.

Again, I implore you to take the time to reflect on these slides, as when we move into specific issues and solutions, knowledge of such fundamental common sense and logic is essential.

Page 10 – What the law is not

Slide 10 then reminds us what the law is not.  A rule that is secret cannot be a law; and A rule that is unclear in meaning cannot be a law; and A rule that cannot be applied cannot be a law; and Where there is no justice, there is no law; and Where there is no honor of Rule of Law, there is no law.

By the way, if you hear anyone argue that if there is no contract, there is no law, please tell them to go and read this series on The Law Explained and become competent in law, before sprouting such nonsense. The modern judicial system doesn’t need an actual contract to move forward. Why do you think I have been trying to explain this to you?  They can make it up as they go along and once you are in one of their courts, then they can make a contract, whether you like it or not. Arguments about contracts are a complete distraction and noise, designed to stop people becoming competent in Law and to stop people from read and listening to such knowledge as this series on the Law Explained.

Page 11- What is Not Justice?

Slide 11 reminds us again that No Justice exists where there is No Rule of Law and where claimed Officers do not have Clean Hands, Good Trust and Impartiality.

Page 12- No Trust can exist under Injustice

Slide 12 then reminds us that No trust can exist under Injustice where the claimed Trustees do not have clean hands, good trust and impartiality.

Page 13- The Rule of Relation

Slide 13 is the Rule of Relation again that a company is formed from an estate and an estate is formed from some underlying trust. A company formed from an estate cannot have more power than the estate that created it and the trust that created the estate. The other point about this is the fact that if the trust cannot hold, then the estate cannot hold. If the estate does not hold, then the company does not hold.

Page 14 –The Rule of Sequence

Slide 14 is the Rule of Sequence again both in logic and law whereby True law forbids a crime to be alleged for an action that occurred before the law was written.

Page 15 –Law Reason and Action

Slide 15 is a reminder back to the connection between Law, Reason and Action that A valid Law is always applied to an alleged Action and its Reason. For valid Law to be applied, the Reason and Action needs to be recreated and established and both mens rea [“guilty mind”] and actus reus [“guilty act”] proven.

Page 16 –What is an Action in Law?

Finally, Slide 16 is a reminder that a valid Action formed through Due Process of three elements being Testimony of the Cause, Request and Form. Despite the fact that the system has morphed itself and even ignores certain elements, the order of action still remains valid; and no action can properly commence without first a testimony, then second a request or instruction and finally the form of action.

Part #2 - Argument and Rhetoric

Page 18 – What is Argument and Rhetoric?

It is now time to address in part 2 of the session tonight, beginning with slide 18 the question of “What is an Argument?” Before we look at this slide in more detail, you may initially feel you have a good idea of what the concept of Argument means, given most of us by the time we are adults have engaged in at least several engagements that we felt were forms of argument.

If we look at a standard dictionary, we will most likely see a long list of various meanings attached to the word argument, given it plays such a fundamental and central role within the existing system.

For example, in general use, an argument is variously defined as “a fact or statement used to support a proposition or reason” as well as “a verbal dispute or quarrel”.  Argument is also defined as a “process of reasoning”, particularly in the use of tools of reason in law such as Logic. Argument is also associated with mathematics, programming, grammar and astronomy. 

The word argument itself, comes from the Latin term arguo meaning “I show, prove, assert, declare, make clear; or I reprove, accuse, charge with; or I blame, censure; or I denounce as false”. In other words, the ancient Latin concept of argument remains very similar to its use today. Rhetoric is the oratory skill of such argument. That's it.

While we may take the notion of argument for granted, it is possible to step back for a moment and identify some key component parts to all forms of argument, by inference of its meaning and function. Here on slide 18, I try to make it as clear as possible.

Argument is in essence the Process of establishing and validating the proof of one or more claimed facts. The notion of argument is by definition the same as that for reality through the combination of both the ideas of truth and fact to assert a thing or notion or claim is factually true; and therefore may be trusted as genuine, without doubt.

All formal Arguments have three essential components: Matter, Issue and Facts. The foundational reasoning used to establish Argument is LOGIC either by Deductive or Inductive Logic. An Argument always involves a minimum of 2 persons. A Legal Argument always involves a minimum of 3 persons.

Page 19 – What is the Matter of an Argument?

Let us go through this in more detail, beginning with the notion of Matter. Slide 19 reveals that the Matter is merely the superficial Topic, or Context, or Classification, or Name in relation to the Argument and NOT its Substance.

Before any issue is described or alleged facts are asserted, an Argument has material existence by mere mention, providing its context in relation to topic, classification and name can be clearly identified.

Thus the first test of Argument is that it can be defined in context and relation, before the Thing or Notion or Claim that if proven (by the facts) has/had material existence (reality). When an argument in law then is alleged, the three Unities (time, place and action) are essential to prove a Matter exists.

Page 20 – What is the Issue of the Argument?

Slide 20 gives us the contrast with the notion of Issue. The Issue is the Presumed or Alleged Thing or Notion or Claim that if proven has/had material existence (reality).

The Issue is more than the facts, or the premise or even the conclusion; it is the thing or notion or claim, that if proven is then said to have material existence as the “Res” or subject of the Matter.

While a Matter exists, merely on proving general existence, an Issue needs to be proven by Deductive Argument or Inductive Argument.

Deductive: The TRUTH of the Conclusion is a logical consequence of the Premises

Inductive: The Premises are proven FACT therefore the Conclusion is most probably TRUE.

Page 21 – Who are the Parties to an Agreement?

The next item I want to highlight before we discuss the nature of Logic is on slide 21 and the point of who are the parties to an argument?

In a personal argument, the minimum parties are two being the Accuser and the one Accused. Of course a Personal Argument can become a Legal Argument and many documents sent by various companies are designed to establish that procedure. However, until sufficient evidence exists to move forward to a legal argument, the minimum number of parties to a personal Argument is two.

As for a Legal Argument, the minimum number of parties is three, being the Accused, the Accuser and the Witness.  The reason there needs to be three separate persons in a Legal Argument is that for any conclusion of an Argument such as an order or arrest or other action to be lawful, it must be from a valid Tribunal of Law, or in other words a body of three separate persons capable of being able to determine the truth of the matter.

The most perfect law tribunal itself is the notion of the Court of Conscience and the Tribunal of Penance where the penitent is the Accuser (self accuser), the one Accused and the Witness before Heaven for their transgressions. This is also called a non-Contentious Legal Argument Whereas, when an accused fights the accusation, this is called a Contentious Argument.

Now the other point to make clear at this revelation is the fact that a Tribunal of Penance only occurs under the proper dispensation of the sacrament of Penance in accord with ecclesiastical law, primarily Canon Law and the church of England. The sacrament and procedure requires three essential elements (1) the accused must be genuinely in remorse, or sorrowful for such an accusation; and(2) the accused must be willing to confess their part in possibly causing the controversy to arise; and (3) the accused promises to satisfy any debts incurred by their sins.

At no point does the sacrament of Penance require a penitent to admit to false accusations or confess to transgressions that are not of their making – merely that a man or woman, competent in themselves; and knowledgeable of the essentials as we have discussed in their blogs and series is then willing to stand and defend the Golden Rule of Law and make sure they are not party to injuring it.

It is why soon – very soon, members of Ucadia will be able to record the session and sitting of Tribunals of Penance and Courts of Conscience and have such recordings and Gazette Notices available to respond to various courts to ensure such courts making such accusations are proper ecclesiastical forums having the power and authority to issue such claims?

As this is part of practical remedies in the weeks ahead, I will not say anymore now, except to warn everyone to be careful in assuming that any of this has anything to do with avoiding the consequences of your actions – the complete opposite. Redemption and Remedy only arises from self-responsibility and learning and taking account of your actions. 

Page 22 – If no basic agreement, an Argument stalls

Finally, on slide 22 I outline the fact that If parties cannot agree on classification of Matter and Issue, then the Argument stalls. For example, if the parties cannot agree on the Matter and essential Issue at hand, then such an Argument cannot proceed unless some other mitigating circumstance exists.

Thus, for example if Party A claims a copyright injury and Party B claims a trespass and breach of contract (terms of use) issue against Party A, then there is no agreement as to whether the Matter is a matter of copyright or trespass or breach of contract.

However, most people unwittingly agree to Matter and Issue before ever going to Court. A Summons is also a type of Letter of Demand. If unchallenged, then on appearance, is acceptance of existence of debt.

Part #3 – Logic

Page 24 – What is Logic?

So now we have a better comprehension hopefully of the idea of Argument, it is now time to discuss the notion of Logic and what is Logic?

Have a look at slide 24. Logic is about using the principles of Inference and Reason whereby Propositions that are properly expressed may be used to deduce consistent Conclusions across a wide variety of Subjects.

By one measure, Logic may be defined as Bivalent or Multivalent. Bivalent Logic is based on the presumption of only one of two possible outcomes or conclusions; and Multivalent Logic is based on the presumption or two or more relative possible outcomes or conclusions; and

By another measure, Logic may be defined as Linear or Multilinear. Linear Logic is chronologically based on the presumption of a set of singular space-time dependent events commencing with A and then proceeding to B; and Multilinear Logic is based on a progressively expanding set of interdependent space-time events; and

Page 25 – Bivalent Logic

As slide 25 shows, Bivalent Linear Logic is based on three (3) Laws of Reason being Identity, Non-Contradiction and Bivalency being: (a) The Law of Identity states than an object is the same as its identity; and (b) The Law of Non-Contradiction or the "exclusion of paradox" states that a valid proposition cannot state something that is and that is not in the same respect and at the same time; and (c) The Law of Bivalency (Excluded Middle) states that conclusions will resolve themselves to one (1) of two (2) states being valid or invalid.

However, only Multivalent Multilinear Logic is capable to approximating to any degree of accuracy the reality of the Universe. Both Multivalent Linear Logic and Bivalent Linear Logic are wholly artificial and unable to accurately portray the reason, function and effect of any real scientific events with any degree of accuracy; and

While Bivalent Linear Logic is the most unnatural and artificial system for portraying, recreating or analyzing the reason, cause and effect of any real world events, it is the most functional of all three (3) logic models in terms of models of law and reason because of its simplicity. However, as Bivalent Linear Logic is wholly absurd and unnatural to the multivalent paradoxical reality of life, all men and women must be granted the right of free will and consent to be adjudicated according to Bivalent Linear Logic.

In contrast, a Falsity of Fallacy in Logic or Argument is an incorrect reasoning resulting in a misconception or erroneous Premise(s) or Conclusion or both that are Incoherent, Fallacious, Irrelevant, Malicious, Perfidious, Unproven, Unasserted, Circular, Verbose, Absurd, Repetitive or Defamatory.

Page 26 – Logical Fallacy: Incoherence

Slide 26 shows the first classic example of Logical Fallacy being Incoherence. An Incoherent or Incohaerens argument, being Latin for “it is not consistent” is any argument whereby its Premises do not follow one another. Thus, an incohaerens is when no Conclusion could reasonably be deduced or inferred from two or more inconsistent and possibly contradictory premises.

Also called the “Kitchen Sink” fallacy, Incoherence is one of the simplest ways of defeating almost 100% of “cut and paste” internet remedies. This is why you cannot ever create “grand documents” based on everything including “the kitchen sink”.

Page 27 – Logical Fallacy: Non-Sequitur

Slide 27 shows the logical fallacy of Non-Sequitur. A Non sequitur argument, being Latin for “it does not follow” is any argument whereby its Conclusion does not follow from its Premises. Thus, a non sequitur is when a Conclusion could be either true or false, yet the argument is false as there is no reasonable way of arriving to such a Conclusion from the premises alone by way of deduction or inference.

Non sequitur fallacies are frequently the “bread and butter” of propaganda, main stream media and bullies. Being charged before the allegation is proven is in one sense a Non Sequitur.

Page 28 – Logical Fallacy: Irrelevance

Slide 28 shows the logical fallacy of Irrelevance. An Irrelevance or Ignoratio elenchi, being Latin for “irrelevant conclusion” is any argument whereby its Conclusion may in itself be valid, but does not address the primary deduction or inference (as issue in question) related to the Premises.

Page 29 – Logical Fallacy: Malice

Slide 29 shows the logical fallacy of Malice. Malice or Malignare, being Latin for “a malicious act” is any deliberately and willfully negative, spiteful, wicked and evil act designed and intended to harm another, whether or not the other party was aware of such behaviour; and

Page 30 – Logical Fallacy: Perfidy

Slide 30 shows the logical fallacy of Perfidy. Perfidy or Perfidum, being Latin for “a deliberately false, dishonest, treacherous act; a breach of trust” is any deliberately and willfully false, dishonest, deceptive, treacherous act, representing a clear and unmistakable breach of trust, whether or not such action was intended for profit; and whether or not the other party was aware of such behaviour; and

Page 31 – Logical Fallacy: Unproven Claim

Slide31 shows the logical fallacy of Unproven Claim. An Unproven Claim or Onus Probandi, from Latin maxim Onus probandi incumbit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat meaning “the burden of proof is on the person who makes the claim, not on the person who denies (or questions the claim)” is any argument whereby the burden of proof fails to be provided or is falsely placed upon the one accused or defending the claim and not the one making the claim. Thus, any system of law based on the assumption of being culpable on mere accusation without burden of proof is not only absurd, but false, immoral and unlawful; and

Page 32 – Logical Fallacy: Unasserted Claim

Slide 32 shows the logical fallacy of Unasserted Claim. An Unasserted Claim or Argumentum ex silentio, from Latin meaning “argument (deduced) out of silence” is any argument whereby a Conclusion is made on the absence of evidence or argument, rather than the existence or merit of argument; and

Page 33 – Logical Fallacy: Circular Reasoning

Slide33 shows the logical fallacy of Circular Reasoning. A Circular reasoning or Circulus in demonstrando, from Latin meaning “circular argument” is any argument where the Conclusion ultimately relies upon the Premises to be true, yet the Premises ultimately depends upon the Conclusion to be true and thus self referencing and circular; and

Page 34 – Logical Fallacy: Verbose Reasoning

Slide 34 shows the logical fallacy of Verbose Reasoning. A Verbose reasoning or Argumentum Verbosum, from Latin meaning “verbal intimidation” is any argument where the Premises or Conclusion are deliberately verbose, or obtuse, or confusing, or overly technical, or complex, or occult in order to intimidate and deflect attention from the existence of one or more fallacies contained within the argument in general; and

Page 35 – Logical Fallacy: Absurd Reasoning

Slide 35 shows the logical fallacy of Absurd Reasoning. An Absurd reasoning or Argumentum as Absurdum, from Latin meaning “an absurd argument” is any argument where the Conclusion of an argument is set aside and one or more of the Premises of an argument are proven to be false by showing that a false, untenable or absurd result would follow its acceptance. Argumentum as Absurdum is frequently and mistakenly associated with an absurd logical fallacy known as Reductio ad absurdum or “reduction to absurdity” whereby an entire argument is falsely deemed absurd upon discovery of but one absurd or untenable premise.

Page 36 – Logical Fallacy: Repetitious Reasoning

Slide 36 shows the logical fallacy of Repetitious Reasoning. Repetitious reasoning or Argumentum ad Infinitum, from Latin meaning “endless argument” is any argument where the argument is continually presented, often with intentional intimidation to use such repetition and ignorance of any counter argument in order to deflect attention from the existence of one or more fallacies contained within the original argument in general; and

Page 37 – Logical Fallacy: Scandalous Reasoning

Slide 36 shows the logical fallacy of Scandalous Reasoning. Inflammatory or Scandalous Reasoning may be based on sound evidence. However, within a court setting and many elements of the existing commercial system, the mere mention of such scandalous knowledge is grounds to have a matter  struck out or more serious action taken.

Therefore Scandal cannot ever be considered a valid defense nor a “bargaining chip”, as such behaviour is much more likely to result in punitive and personal punishment by members of the organization threatened. Scandal must be exposed on its own merits, not as a personal weapon in legal matters.

Page 38 – Logical Fallacy: Defamatory Reasoning

Slide 38 shows the logical fallacy of Defamatory Reasoning.  Defamatory Reasoning accusations or Argumentum ad Hominem, from Latin meaning “against the man” or “to the person” is any argument whereby attention is sought to be deflected from on one or more fallacies contained within the original argument by introducing a secondary argument against the character of the one highlighting such fallacies.

The only viable solution for Arguments, Logic and Rhetoric is Ucadia

So there is the summary of Session 7. A detailed analysis and explanation in relation to Arguments and Logic. As with the previous sessions, I hope you find session 7 to be both useful and interesting.

To all who have found it in their hearts to contribute and support and donate to Ucadia to help this huge amount of work in laying out the solid foundation for the services and solutions we are about to make available, I say thank you.  Without your help this would not have been possible.

I am now most excited to start the next phase from next week on the issue by issue solutions available to everyone who is prepared to take self-responsibility over their lives and restore the rule of law.

Until we speak next week, please be safe, be well, thank you and good night.

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The Law Explained: Session 6 – Money, Capital & Markets

Published: [ Thu 9th Jul, 2015 ]

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Hello, this is Frank O’Collins and welcome to Session 6 of the series on The Law Explained and the topic tonight being “Money, Capital and Markets”, namely – what is Money? How is money created? What are the different types and origins of Money and Currency? What is Capital? What creates or destroys Capital? What is a Market? How are Markets formed? And How do we overcome the stresses and burdens of not having money or seeming access to Capital?

Because in Session 6 on Money, Capital and Markets I build upon the knowledge presented from the previous five sessions and introduction of this series, it is absolutely crucial you have read and listened to and even re-read and re-listened to each of these sessions – the first session (Session 1) being an introduction on the Fundamentals of Law – then Session 2 being about Trusts and Rights – then the third session (Session 3) being about Estates, Rolls and Registers – then the fourth session (Session 4) being about Corporations, Funds and Property;  and then the fifth session (Session 5) last week being about Documents and Securities.

To all of you that are already reading and listening and following this series on the Law Explained, let me thank you again. I am grateful for the positive feedback so many of you continue to send to me on your own experience on how you have found the distillation of so much deep research, facts and material within Ucadia into these slides not only immensely powerful, but incredibly practical information.

As I have also done at the beginning of previous sessions, I want to extend my deepest thanks to those of you who have the capacity to make some kind of donation, in recognition of the huge effort in making this series possible, that have made a donation in support of Ucadia. Ucadia has no great financial patrons; nor the support of Governments or other bodies or fraternities. Instead, the survival of Ucadia in the most recent years has depended almost entirely upon the moral decency and self-respect of a few people who are in a financial position to make some kind of financial donation. Without your help, this series would not have been possible – so thank you.

If on the other hand, this is your first time to the Ucadia Blog series and in particular the series on “The Law Explained”, then welcome! Before you go further into this blog or audio or slides, please take the time to read the prologue and the first five sessions (prologue, session 1, session 2, session 3, session 4 and session 5) as it is absolutely fundamental you have a grasp of the elements defined within these slide packs first, before embarking on the study of capital, money and markets.

Before we start, I also want to reach out to those of you who continue to honor patiently the General Amnesty that I announced at the start of this series, whereby those who in the past may have abused this material, or simply stolen it, or attacked Ucadia are completely forgiven and exonerated so that each and all of us can work together to the common cause of restoring the law, particularly in the role of Advocates of the Golden Rule of Law. 

As you know, the documents associated with the function of an Advocate of the Golden Rule of Law as well as services associated with the Ucadia Gazette are still to be published; and I thank you for your patience as we move through the series. Like I mentioned last week, I have held back on the publication of these documents until we are a bit further along in the series, mainly because this knowledge is absolutely vital to make best sense of the practical benefits we are providing.

There is nothing practical or sensible about cutting and pasting documents without knowledge into any part of the Western-Roman System. In fact, such behavior is the height of stupidity and theoretical nonsense. The only thing practical that can be provided in the first instance is knowledge in the simplest and most concise manner possible. So thank you for allowing this knowledge to be published before we step into the steps of filling in documents or having them published or posted.

Let us start then on the series tonight, beginning with a quick summary of what we have learned last week from Session 5 on Documents and Securities as Part #1 being a “Quick Review on Key Concepts”.

                                 DOWNLOAD SESSION 6 SLIDES HERE

Part #1 – A Quick Review on Key Concepts

Page 3 – Review of Key Points from Session 4

In Session 5 and the outline of Documents and Securities, we discussed some amazing revelations that for the first time make clear the function and origin of documents. Let me summarize then some more of the key insights you hopefully gained from Session 5, as listed on the slide listed as Page 3, namely:

A Document is an original or official paper, relied upon as the basis, proof or support of something else;

All modern Documents originate in some manner from indulgences (dispensations) relating to special privileges, or instruction or judgment or warning from the church;

In law, a Document is merely a limited Right in Action of a Person in relation to Time, Place and Event. If no right to produce a document, then such a document is without merit;

Non-commercial documents were given the conceptual character of a tree. Commercial and legal Documents were given the character of a fortress;

Commercial Documents mimic the Venetian double entry book-keeping view of the world;

When a Document mimics public coin money, it has three sides, Obverse, Traverse and Reverse”;

A Security is a tradable “debt-based” Financial Asset. The underlying arrangement of all debt securities is a registered contractual obligation of some current or future debt;

The highest record of Documents is the Great Register of One Heaven defining Divine Persons. No other Register or Roll has greater authority or power.

Page 4 – Single-Sheet Documents & Coins

Slide 4 then is a repeat of the slide I showed last week on the similarity between coins and printed money and the three sides of a single sheet document when considering the document as a Money Note being Obverse, Reverse and Traverse.

Page 5- What is a Fund?

Slide 5 is a reminder that a Fund is a sum of units of monetary value, recorded in one or more designated accounts, set apart for a term of years, and for one or more specific purposes.

A Fund enables the “conversion” of the value of one or more underlying rights in trust into an asset that can then be used to discharge debts, borrow “money” and settle accounts. The units of the Fund, usually in the form of Stock Certificates or Convertible Notes provide the means whereby debts may be discharged.

Page 6- What is an Asset?

Slide 6 then reminds us that an Asset is a sum of units of monetary value, recorded in one or more designated accounts, available for the discharge of a debt and not yet assigned to a specific purpose.

So unlike a Fund whereby the Stock Certificates or Convertible Notes may be exchanged to discharge or secure a given debt, an Asset takes the complete account value of a given asset, as proven by a certificate and makes it all available as underwriting for a given debt.

This is most common for very expensive forms of debts such as home ownership, the purchase of a car or other “big ticket” items such as Bonds.  So when an Asset is something like a Bond or Note involving the periodic payment of interest or recoupable financial return, then this is called a Performing Asset.

Page 7 – What is a Security?

Slide 7 then explains that a Security is a Tradable “Debt Based” Financial Asset. We see the examples then of the different types of tradable securities namely stock certificates, bank notes, bond certificates, insurance bonds, futures contracts and options contracts.

Page 8 – Underlying arrangement of all “debt” securities

Slide 8 explains that the underlying arrangement of all debt securities is some kind of registered Contractual Obligation of current/future debt with penalties and remedy.

All “debt” securities traded within the confines of global bankruptcy networks therefore are debt securities of registered contracts of current/possible or future debts with associated penalties, performance and remedy. Once registered, the Beneficial Interest is normally tradable.

Page 9 – What is difference between real asset and security?

Slide 9 then is a reminder from last week as to the difference of a real asset and a security, with a Real Asset being a sum of units of monetary value, recorded in one or more designated accounts, available for the discharge of a debt and not yet assigned to a specific purpose, derived from one or more rights. A security is derived from a current or future debt.

I include this slide again because many people forget that the most valuable bonds are those able to be issued by those in complete control of the asset or rights. Assets, therefore do play a vitally important role in bankruptcies, even though assets are technically supposed to be frozen in trust until the settlement of the bankruptcy. 

Page 10 – Corporate Personality determines standing in law

As we discussed in Session 4 on Corporations, Funds and Property and again last week in Session 5 on Documents and Securities, Slide 10 reminds us we need to be careful not to be tricked into thinking that all corporate personalities are the same. Not all Corporate Personality is the same. Just as Estates create Persons, Corporate Personality may be formed as Ecclesiastical, Public, Private or Personal.

Page 11- Virtually all your ‘rights’ are beneficial interests only

Slide 11 reminds us the sad fact that under the present Western-Roman model of imprisonment, most rights for people are the ‘property’ of private corporations having, little or no rights, but only privileges that can be taken away at almost any moment. Examples include, but are not limited to Birth Certificates, Welfare/Health ID, Passport, Drivers License, Land Title.

As I have explained, Beneficial Interest is the lowest form of title and rights. It limits such a person from doing many actions, such as creating funds, or making financial instruments of any kind. However, such persons can sign and endorse instruments that are created by other distinct persons possessing “financial agent” rights, usually by Powers of Attorney, known as Attorney-in-Fact. Let me be clear – a financial agent is completely distinct from a thing or a res or a holder of beneficial interest in their system. As I explained last week, we will be discussing specifically the issue of attorney-in-fact later in this series on the Law Explained.

Page 12 –Remember what Ucadia is- a complete model

Finally, as I have outlined on slide 12, before we start on the new information for tonight, let us remember what Ucadia is and the fact that there exists this very moment a comprehensive and incredibly detailed model in the form of Ucadia. The Ucadia Model is the only solution and the only viable and complete alternative to the Western-Roman Model of Corruption, Condemnation, Torture and Financial Slavery.

Part #2 - Capital

Let us start then on slide 14 and the question what really is capital? On several previous blogs and audios I have discussed this very topic such as in October of 2013, when I did a blog and audio on The Ucadia Financial System Model as a Sustainable System under the Golden Rule for Prosperity. However, I do not feel I have ever made it as clear as it needs to be.

Capital is simply the right to call upon the Credit of another in Trust for some benefit. That’s it! Capital is in essence nothing more than the Credit we are prepared to give others in Trust – that their word is their Bond. It is based on a community of people prepared to live honestly and according to their word in order to form mutual trust.

When people do what they say and can be trusted, then a community need not have any form of money to validate such transactions when building homes, or providing a wide form of goods and services.

Before we go on, think about this for a second- how often have commentators, talking heads and various apologists laughed at the idea of the importance of honesty and not lying and being trustworthy as “old fashioned”, to be replaced by being better pirates and better con-artists and better liars, like virtually all media hosts on television that tell lies to the people for a living? Now we see that all of this is a smokescreen to hide the fact that living according to the Golden Rule of Law is so powerful, that we are able to restore our own credit within our own community, simply by restoring the values that our ancestors and forefathers once possessed.

Page 15 – Capital is the Right of Credit in Trust

Slide 15 shows us a more formal version of Capital when the concept of Capital as the Right of Credit in Trust may be formalized in writing, such as a promissory note or simply the classic “IOU”.

Instead of a purely energetic exchange of credit, a written promise or “IOU” may be written against the trust that the service will be delivered; and the energy expended; and will be compensated sometime in the future.

Again, I ask you to reflect on the simplicity and power of this for a moment, removing all the confected complexities and terms that are so often plastered over and around the concepts of capital, money and markets. This simple diagram really encapsulates the power of true capital, when people live according to the Golden Rule of Law and are honest and trustworthy to one another.

Page 16 – A community based on Trust has Unlimited Capital

Slide 16 then shows that when a community trusts one another and are willing to extend credit there is potentially unlimited capital.

In the simplest sense, when people are not divided and are prepared to work together to help themselves and each other, instead of being insane and fearful and isolated, then a community is able to restore its Unlimited Credit to make, to grow, to exchange, to trade and prosper.

This proves and reveals the true nature of Capital that a community rich in Knowledge and Care and Trust in one another is already a Wealthy Community with all the Credit it needs.

Again, I ask you to consider this profound knowledge against those who still refuse to respect the General Amnesty that we have stated with Ucadia; and continue to promote lies and deliberate confusion and deceptions to people when they claim Ucadia provides nothing practical to people in need. What these slides prove irrefutably is that nothing could be further from the truth, as Ucadia in fact has been providing some of the most practical and sensible solutions for years – it is only that for some reason people have been unwilling to be honest to one another; or to be respectful to one another; and to honor their word to one another; and not to seek to trick or entrap one another in manipulating language. Maybe this will change now?

Page 17 – A Divided Community must “import” Capital

In contrast, slide 17 shows us that when a community is divided and fearful, it must “import” a substitute to capital from another party. The Western-Roman Model of banks only works when a community is sufficiently divided and weakened in trust, so that people rely upon the bank to provide an “artificial” form of trust – being “security”.

Using “security”, a community may still function, but at a greatly reduced efficiency; and often facing the consequential pain that comes with ongoing strategies to keep the community divided (vital for banking model), including: war, crime, drugs, attack on morality.

Security is not the same as trust. The words have completely different meaning. The strength of security is underwritten by threat, by demand, by penalty and pain, whereas trust needs no terror or fear to function.

Page 18 – The Business Model of Pirate Banks is to keep Division

Slide 18 makes this contrast clear between “security”, as artificial trust that banks sell us, compared to real capital. To be as blunt and as Frank as possible - all wars, all crime, all terror and all social destruction are ultimately the cause of the fundamental business of banks. The Business Model of Banks is, at its heart, designed to maintain division, stupidity and cowardice in the population.

This is not conspiracy; this is simply “their” business. The business model of banks forces them to constantly fund war, division, terror, crime and drugs, to ensure that they and they alone are the sole source of artificial CREDIT also perversely called SECURITY.

Let me put this another way, so there is no mistake; and that this realization cannot be dismissed: The very existence of a Western-Roman Commercial Bank or privately owned Reserve Bank System such as the Federal Reserve Banks, or the Australian Reserve Bank is irrefutable proof that the population is divided and the trust of the people is under attack, in order to sell the deficient “security” given by the banks and its proxies.

The ONLY WAY to end the misery on planet Earth is to replace the industry whose sole purpose is to be the TRAITORS, CRIMINALS and ARCHITECTS of perpetual INSANITY.

Page 19 – The concept of Bankruptcy

Slide 19 then shows us one of the most effective tools of the banks over the past four hundred years, being the notion of the concept of bankruptcy trading. A person is considered bankrupt if they possess insufficient “Capital” to discharge their debts. In Bankruptcy, any rights and assets are “seized” and placed into a Trust. 

A new Debt based Fund based on the hypothecated value of disposing of the assets/rights are then administered by the one administering the bankruptcy (Trustee). The Trustee then negotiates with creditors to “recognize” a portion of their debt so total units of fund can discharge all present and future debts “public and private” for the duration of bankruptcy. Units against Debt Fund are effectively then tradable debt notes or “promissory notes” or IOU’s.

Part #3 - Markets

Page 21 – What is a Market?

Now that the true meaning of Capital, what exactly is meant by the concept of Market, considering the term is used throughout our modern society?

Well, slide 21 shows that a Market may be defined as a trusted space (virtual or real) where buyers and sellers may exchange goods or services. A Market then is in essence nothing more than a space (real or virtual) where 3 or more buyers and sellers may exchange goods or services between one another.  

There are four Basic Elements that define a Market in addition to the existence of three or more buyers and sellers, namely Market Rules, Standard Unit of Measure, Accounts & Bookkeeping and Conversion and Settlement of Accounts.

In respect of Market Rules, a space or place cannot possibly be a market unless it possesses the most essential of Rules based upon the Golden Rule of Law of equality, fairness and trust.  Anyone that uses the phrase “Free market” either works for a bank, or is a proxy or apologist for such a system as there are few more stupid and insane terms in the history of civilization than the completely false notion of a “free market”, implying little or no regulation.

Similarly, the basic element of a Standard Unit of Measure means there are consistent standards of valuation across a market so “like can be exchanged for like”. This standard unit is what is most commonly called Money.

Accounts & Bookkeeping is the third of the four basic elements of a market and the inescapable fact that the accounts being the registers of title and ownership are intimately linked to the operation of any market, including the certificate of proof of transaction.

Finally, Conversion and Settlement of Accounts whereby a market is in essence a clearing mechanism of trade, that requires the ability of initial conversion, the ability to trade, the settlement of accounts and then the redemption of any remainder back into some portable form to be withdrawn from the market, if one chooses.

As broad as these definitions are, I hope you see how powerful and profound this knowledge is in making clear the mechanisms that contribute to the proper function of a valid market.

Page 22 – What a Market is not?

In contrast, Slide 22, demonstrates what a Market is not.  A space or place is not a market when certain buyers and sellers have an unfair advantage or gain. In other words, a space (virtual or real) where certain buyers or sellers have an “inbuilt” or unfair advantage or gain in exchange CANNOT BE DEFINED AS A MARKET, but a PYRAMID or PONZI Scheme.

In opposition to the four basic elements that define a proper market, there exists four fundamental elements that kill a market and turn it into a Ponzi Scheme or Pyramid being: Uneven or Exemptions for some players of Market Rules; or Variable Units of Measure; or Poor, False or Hidden Accounts and Bookkeeping; or Unfair or Unregulated Conversions and Settlements.

Page 23 – A failing community market forces wealth to go

As slide 23 shows, when a community market is deliberately corrupted, starved and divided in trust, then trade, wealth, goods and services and jobs are exported by the banks or those seizing control of the market.

The Western-Roman Model of large centrally controlled “ponzi-schemes” masquerading as markets only works if local and community Markets are prevented from functioning, thus forcing people to buy and sell their wares in such controlled markets. 

When the big-business franchises, chains succeed in killing local business, the wealth of the community can be “strip-mined”, jobs exported, and the people controlled as perpetually poor and without any control. Similar to capital, keeping people misinformed and stupid is essential to keeping Ponzi Schemes and Pyramids operating, hence the flooding of the internet with fake information and spokespeople.

Page 24 – The worst non-market Ponzi and Pyramid Schemes 

Far from non-markets having little effect on the planet, slide 24 the largest and worst non-market Ponzi and Pyramid schemes continue to destroy trillions in real wealth so that billions can be stolen by a few institutional criminal networks.

For example, every major stock exchange is now firmly a pyramid scheme, whereby at least 50% of the trades are through high speed traders, using inside knowledge and proximity access to hijack otherwise legitimate trades and effectively “steal” the profit potential of purchases and sales. Major stock exchanges are having their trading environment manipulated sometimes upwards to 10,000 to 30,000 or more times a day in order for these high frequency traders to maximize their feeding environment, that is based on volatility. 

Page 25 – Business Model of Western Banks to keep Division 

So it should be as no surprise when we look at slide 25, that the business models of banks is to also corrupt every market and convert them into either ponzi or pyramid schemes.

Growing wealth imbalance, unemployment, corruption, debt blowouts, closing services are all driven by banks controlling the mechanisms of markets to control everything. It is not conspiracy, it is simply their business. The business model of banks forces them to destroy any legitimate market and control every element of market mechanism, replacing proper markets with organized criminal syndicates or Pyramid/Ponzi Schemes.

The ONLY WAY to restore equality of wealth on the planet is to END the control of banks over markets and promote local markets above multi-national corporations.

Part #4 - Money

Page 27 – What is Money?

This brings us then to slide 27 and finally the question of what is money? As I hope you have seen so far, the importance you may have placed on money ahead of capital and even markets by now should be in a better perspective.  The concept of money alone is no solution.

You can spend millions on promoting new forms of currency such as Bitcoin that at the end of the day only serve to make a new crop of people rich and support the business model of the banks. There is nothing, absolutely nothing that Bitcoin or the tens of thousands of other virtual and encryption currencies that refuse to acknowledge the Ucadia Financial System are doing that is making any noticeable difference on their own. Let me explain.

Money, in its full potential is ultimately four things: A Standard Unit of Measure; and a Means of Exchange; and a Trusted Unit of Value and a Redeemable Unit of Value back into an Asset.

As a Standard Unit of Measure, Money enables the creation of equivalent values as prices for different goods and services. However, this is only functional within a market of goods and services. On other words, this attribute only applies to when money is the standard unit of measure of a Market.

As a Means of Exchange, Money enables the exchange of equivalent values derived from the purchase and sale of different goods and services. Again, this attribute only functions when money is an attribute of a Market and Accounting System, not the other way around.

As a Trusted unit of value, Money enables confidence not only of trade, but reliability of prices of goods and services and thus the use of money as a store of value (credits). This attribute also is dependent upon the Market and not the other way around as a valuable store of value that cannot be redeemed, is therefore limited in use to the Market and conditions upon it.

Finally, as a Redeemable unit of Value into some form of portable asset, Money enables the redemption of units back into some asset of value, enabling it to be used in other markets.  This is where the popularity of gold and silver as a basis of money have come into use via coins from time to time, because even if the denomination of the currency is not recognized in a foreign market, the base metal as something of value usually is.  The problem of course with gold and silver over the ages is that as commodities, they have been extremely prone to deliberate market manipulation – and continue to be used as levers to manipulate the values of other goods and services to extract profits by those with sufficient reserves to manipulate non-markets.

Page 28 – What are Types of Money?

Slide 28 then shows us various types of money namely public or lawful money, private money, credit money, personal money and ecclesiastical money.

As I mentioned last week, all units of money and all documents of value within the Western-Roman System are based on either indulgences or dispensations and therefore Ecclesiastical Money, whether people realize it or not.  Ecclesiastical money has always been the most valuable.

Public (Lawful) Money is therefore money issued against assets held in trust and properly accounted within the market. Also known as “in specie” meaning “in actual form”.

Private Money is therefore Money issued under license and privilege by a party holding assets within the market, usually under an exclusive license such as a Bank having its notes treated “as if” public money.

Credit Money is Money issued by the bylaws of a party holding assets within the market.

Personal Money Money created against the trust and capacity and standing of a person, usually backed by a bond or promissory note.

LEGAL TENDER means units of measure that must by law (within a market) be accepted if offered in payment of a debt. Legal Tender DOES NOT MEAN the units are proper money.

NOTE: A standard unit of measure IS NOT MONEY if (1) it cannot fairly be exchanged; or (2) it is not a proper unit of value and account against some valid assets; or (3) it cannot be redeemed (converted) into an asset of value.

Page 29 – Hierarchy of Value of Money

Slide 29 then shows the hierarchy of the most valuable forms of money to the least valuable forms of money starting with the most valuable monetary unit in civilized history being the Supreme Credo (Credit) of One Heaven, followed by Gold Credo or Credit then Silver Credo or Credit then Union Moneta, University Moneta and finally inferior Western-Roman Money.

Page 30 – Ucadia Supreme Credo 

Slide 30 then explains in more detail the Supreme Credo or Credit as most valuable unit of measure ever formed, in accord with the most sacred Covenant Pactum De Singularis Caelum on the end of all curses, and considering all people as dead. Instead, the existence of the Supreme Credo is proof that all souls are redeemed through the existence of a unique Divine Trust for each and every Divine Person and the end of hell and soon the concept of hell on earth.

Page 31– Ucadia Gold Credo (Credit)

Slide 31 then summarizes the 2nd most valuable unit of measure and value ever formed, extracting the entire spirit of gold.

Page 32– Ucadia Silver Credo (Credit)

Slide 31 then summarizes the 3rd most valuable unit of measure and value ever formed, extracting the entire spirit of silver.

Page 33– Ucadia Union Moneta

Slide 33 then summarizes the fourth level of money in the form of Ucadia Union Moneta and the new standard of stability and excellence for all trade and commerce.

Part #4 – Financial Systems

Page 35 – The Fundamental Choice in History

So this brings us to slide 35 and the fact that never before have those that have any mental capacity faced a more stark choice as to the future of the planet.  I will quote then three core elements of prophecy at this moment of history and the choice that we now face.

Isaiah 26:19; 1 Thessalonians 4:16; Revelations 20:13 all state in a measure that the The Sea shall give up its dead; The Dead Shall Rise. The Prophecy is fulfilled in UCADIA In contrast, those that continue to operate the "ponzi and pyramid schemes" continue to declare "You are Spiritually Dead" and that  “We (the rogue elite) make our own prophecy and religion now. We are nihilists completely out of control”

The second major prophecy is Matthew 12:31 and Matthew 12:32 that “All Sins shall be forgiven”, namely 

Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.

This Prophecy is absolutely fulfilled in UCADI. Yet not only do these people running banks and ponzi schemes and pyramids refuse to acknowledge such facts, but maintain that everyone that is not part of their band of pirates are “Delinquent Insolvent Debtor”.

They don’t trust in God. They are not Luciferians – they are fake. In fact, if pressed, they would admit “We do not follow Lucifer, we only pretend. We serve ourselves and are the ones in 12:31 against the Holy Ghost”. 

Finally, John 8:32 and the message “The Truth Shall Set you Free”. This Prophecy is absolutely fulfilled in UCADIA. Yet these mentally insane people refuse to yield and instead maintain that everyone is “a criminal slave” to them. Look what they are doing with Greece!

Anyone that challenges them, they say “We will destroy the world before we let anyone remove us from power. We are insane, stupid and the most dangerous terrorists to ever exist”.

Yet the End of Days has already happened in 2012. The Day and year of Judgment was back in 2011. The Year of Redemption was in 2013 and if these people had any legitimacy, then they would yield to such truths. Instead, they laugh at those who call to them to stop. They will not and cannot stop until they are stopped.

Page 36– First Bankruptcy (Reich)– 1793 - 1863

Slide 36 on the first bankruptcy and First Reich and the First New World Order.

Page 37– Second Bankruptcy - 1863-1933

Slide 37 on the second bankruptcy and First Reich and the Second New World Order.

Page 38– Third Bankruptcy (reich) (1933-2003)

Slide 38 on the third bankruptcy and First Reich and the Third New World Order.

Page 39– Fourth Reich (2003 till 2013 and Ucadia)  

Slide 39 on the fourth bankruptcy and First Reich and the Fourth New World Order.

The only viable solution for Financial Redemption of the planet is Ucadia

So there is the summary of Session 6. A detailed analysis and explanation in relation to Money, Capital and Markets. As with the previous sessions, I hope you find session 6 to be both useful and interesting.

To all who continue to have the courage and the will to help and financial support Ucadia, thank you!  To all of you who continue to spread the message of Ucadia, thank you!


Until we speak next week, please be safe, be well, thank you and good night.


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