I thought I'd reblog this interesting perspective. This whole issue with law and how the country was shrink wrapped inside the cellophane of the UCC code is really a pretty new subject to me. This blog post brings a bit of some of the historical background that I didn't quite understand until now. -AK
…and Still Further Clarification of The One People’s Public Trust
JANUARY 11, 2013
I’m hoping that by sharing an aggregate of many takes on this Trust that those who are still suspicious and unable to make sense of the “new age legalese” can come to a definitive understanding and informed decision as to what it is and what it means to We, The People of Earth. Together, we can do this.
Thank you Lightworker 29501 for YOUR research and lay terms. Great job!
Starting to Piece it Together…
by Lightworker 29501 All About 2012
After having some time to digest the TOPPT interviews from a few weeks ago and those on Free American, November 2011, I think I’m understanding what’s going on, a bit better…
The legalese confounds me, but if I read it correctly, the trustees of the One People’s Public Trust have become trustees for the the trust that was formed in 1776, and later abandoned by President Lincoln, because the Civil War created a situation where his government was unable to perform their duties, by virtue of the seceded colonies/states.
Lincoln unwittingly created an opportunity for the cabalists to takeover the US government, when he created the shadow government and failed to state when/how that shadow government would be terminated.
Okay… so the two-year terms for Congress were originally instituted as terms for trustees, right? Farmers would be trustees of the People’s Trust 1776 for two years at a time.
(I only say “farmers” because the USA was an agriculture-based society, at the time.)
So, TOPPT effectively remedies Lincoln’s mistake, since the People’s Trust 1776 has been reclaimed, and supersedes USA, Inc. This also eliminates current-day politicians, because their positions will soon be replaced with trustees of the People’s Public Trust 1776, hence the month-long elections that we’ve been told are coming when all of this stuff finally happens.
Then, if the public trust doctrine, which dates back to the Magna Carta and Roman civilization, is all about managing the land, does this explain why only land-owners could vote, way back in 1776? Did it have more to do with being a protector of the land than discriminating against “low-brow commoners”?