1. The word mortgage comes from the French word “mort” which means “dead” and “gage” from Old English, which means pledge. Dead pledge. From what I understand, when you take a mortgage on a property you are buying a lien position on the dead allodial title holder to the land. Allodial is derived from a term that means ’Alloted by God’.
2. Real estate comes from French/English origins circa 1666 meaning ‘belonging to the Royals. From what I understand, the Crown has a lien against the property and this is why property tax can be legally extracted. Allodial title meant that the land was God-given and no one could lay claim against the allodial title holder until death. See #1
3. Paper money was originally receipts for gold or silver deposits. It used to read “pay bearer upon demand” and you could cash it in for its silver of gold equivalent. Hence the term “worth its weight in gold” and where the english sterling pound derives its name from.
4. Since 1933 money reads “legal tender” and is printed from the governments pledging the future labor of the people to the Bank for International Settlements in exchange for “credit” deposited into the treasury.
5. The “credit” is actually debt and 100% of income tax goes toward interest payments to the holders of the pledge through the International Monetary Fund and Bank for International Settlements. The Crown of England, The U.N. and The Vatican hold interests in these pledges as well.
6. When you sign a ‘loan’ document you are creating a security that the bank can trade on the securities market. They literally enter the number amount of the security into a computer and you go to work to pay back something that was created out of thin air by your signature. The bank did not loan you a thing but get to keep, trade and profit from the asset/security that you created.
7. We currently use what is called ‘fiat’ currency which means ‘by order or decree’. We literally order it into existence by our word or signature.
8. The Federal Reserve Bank that issues the U.S. currency is privately owned by European, British and Saudi banking families. Before the signing of the bank act in 1913, the people could simply authorize their government to issue credit in order to facilitate the needs of both government and people.
9. Every material ‘thing’ or service has already been bought and paid for by the labor of people. Money was originally a barter tool to make the exchange amongst the people easy. Once income tax was “temporarily” instated as a war measure, the people could no longer afford to buy back the fruits of their labor. From here, they had to turn to banks for ‘loans’.