Part 2 goes into some of the banking policies in regards on how your instruments are being used without your knowledge or consent. The focus is mainly on what can be deposited into a bank account and why this is not disclosed to you when you apply for an alleged loan. Focus on US Treasury Notes and how it relates to an obligation, then apply it to everything you do today.
two negotiable instruments how did the bank obtain
ownership of your instrument the bank has to prove this in court but it will
never ask that question then under tacit law we are agreeing by not disagreeing
that the bank legally owns our instrument it will always contain a promissory note that promissory note is a negotiable instrument that has monetary value your monetary value is secured by your labor labor is the most powerful and reusable commodity on this earth now when you deliver this promissory note to the bank what do you think the bank is gonna do with it the banks are licensed and federally regulated and their policy is to deposit your instrument into a demand deposit account what is it the what is it demand deposit account a checking account it operates no different from the one we use every day to make deposits or write cheques the only difference is is that the bank does not disclose that they are depositing your loan instrument why they do not want you to know that it is money equivalent just like settle Reserve notes which is what you think cash is that we pay for stuff every day with and cheques we are all aware right now that federal note with Federal Reserve notes and cheques can be deposited on a regular basis so when we make a deposit we get a receipt and we have access to our deposit to pay bills right with that the bank cannot steal or claim ownership to your funds in that account that is why the bank conceals the fact that they will deposit the promissory note the promissory note is a bankable instrument and is deposited into a checking account under your name that deposit established a creditor and debtor relationship between you and the bank do you know who the creditor is you are and the bank is the debtor that may be confusing the sum but remember every time we make a deposit we
are making a loan to the bank the bank acknowledges this loan by issuing you a
receipt which represents the bank’s promise to pay back the funds deposited on the man the bank is a fiduciary and it is handling your negotiable instrument in the capacity that is why they are licensed the banks know you do not understand what you are doing and they know you do not know that a promissory note you gave them has monetary value what this shows is that the bank does not loan money the bank takes your promissory note and deposit in the demand deposit account under your name this credits the account to the exact amount of their promissory note as an asset on the bank’s books it is also recorded as a liability on the banks books as a debt owed to the depositor which is you that is standard business practice every day doing banking hours the bank does not own the deposit which is the asset that credited their account the bank only owns the liability which is the debt the bank loans a legal consideration in the form of its own liability the bank just gave you back your value from the deposited promissory note and called it a loan this process is called loans by bookkeeping injuries so each time you are making a loan payment you are making a payment to yourself to an account that you believe is the banks in the next part we will go into why you are making payments to the bank and show that you are actually paying the debt their dead under their contract