Saturday, March 30, 2013

OPPT’s CN really DO work?

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OPPT’s CN really DO work?
Posted on March 29, 2013 by sojournerbe

Folks who are getting smart are unplugging from a broken system before getting electrocuted from the shock current. More than prepping, they are just plain refusing to participate. WE have the right to say “No!”

The Courtesy Notice is pulling the plug out of the socket. The UCC filings turns the current off at the circuit breaker.

Just got off this site (below) on how Courtesy Notices will work. More below.

I found it while noodling around on Max Keiser‘s site after watching dire circumstances over banks.  If you haven’t read the above article, his reasoning doesn’t seem too far off.

Then again, how will one know until we start getting results in like a voting tally after election day?

Is it too soon to tell?

What is our confidence level?

How about sending them out then let it go. Leave it to Source to make it right.

I’ve sent out two notices now against some big guns. I don’t cross my fingers and hope it works; that attitude only attracts defeat.

I know in my reality that I am as powerful if not more so than the fortunate employee that receives my courtesy notice. At the very least it will educate. At the best it gives them pause and they back off.

If they laugh and throw it in the file, then karma gets ‘em in the end and they get to come back and do it all over again, like a groundhog day movie. This one is on Dave’s ‘jump’ on One People’s Public Trust.

It’s not even a matter of  “See you in court dude/dudette, have your pocketbook out for the invoices”, as the NWO economy just may crash here before then, and a new one takes its place.

Are courts, attorneys, and judges too corrupt to see the writing on the wall? Of course! Send them a CN too.

As I posted before, if no one attends the play, do the actors go home? Humpty Dumpty just fell of IT’s wall………….

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