Bundy land context: US ‘leaders’ steal land with MERS bankster fraud & War Crimes, hoard CAFR & off-shore trillions

The Bundy land conflict evokes Americans to a local venue to protest crimes of a psychopathic US “leadership” immersed in “Big Lie” crimes centering in war, money, and media (also in ~100 other crucial areas).

Perhaps the easiest of these crimes to explain, document, and prove is the history of unlawful US Wars of Aggression all on easily-proved lies known to be false as they were told.

Because all of our families sacrificed through two world wars, the damning facts of US “leadership” lies to send US military to commit unlawful Wars of Aggression is enough to demand arrests of those political and media “leaders.”

And that said, let’s look at four areas of damning facts of US “leadership” crimes in context of the Bundy spark to patriot actions:

  1. US “leaders” steal Americans’ homes through MERS bankster mortgage fraud.
  2. The US claims to own over 80% of Nevada from lie-started, treaty-violating, unlawful war on Mexico.
  3. US “leaders” lie to hoard CAFR trillions in taxpayer assets while demanding our austerity.
  4. US “leaders” hoard ~$30 trillion in tax-free foreign banks.
  1. US “leaders” steal Americans’ homes through MERS bankster mortgage fraud: Washington’s Blog reported:

“A prominent economist said about the 2008 financial crisis:

“At the root of the crisis we find the largest financial swindle in world history”, where “counterfeit” mortgages were “laundered” by the banks.

The Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems – MERS – was one of the main ways the swindle was done, and the main way in which counterfeit mortgages were laundered by the banks.

MERS is a shell company with no employees, owned by the giant banks.

MERS threw out centuries of well-established law about how real estate is transferred – and cheated governments out of many tens or hundreds of billions of dollars in recording fees.”

In addition, the rigging of interest rates was/is known by The Federal Reserve and encouraged, this fraud is now conservative and admitted fact, trillions in bank bailouts and bail-ins are thrust upon the public, and known solutions worth literally ~$100 trillion are deliberately left out from public consideration by these lying sacks-of-spin asset-hole criminal “leaders.”

2. The US claims to own over 80% of Nevada from lie-started, treaty-violating, unlawful war on Mexico: US federal government claims to “own” over 80% of Nevada. US land claims (and here) in Nevada and throughout the US Southwest originate in a lie-started, treaty-violating, unlawful invasive war on Mexico.

If the land in question was stolen by the US federal government, and used US military to do so only with unlawful orders and lies to our trusting soldiers and families, then we have strong arguments that all ensuing claims of the federal government are void because anything passed as so-called “law” in obvious violation to the US Constitution is void with zero legal force.

US land claims on this stolen land are closer to the argument, “All land is the King’s land” than comprehensively truthful public consideration of what is and is not in the public’s best interests under a representative democratic republic of limited government under the US Constitution. US key policies are also far closer to fascism than a republic limited under law.

3. US “leaders” lie to hoard CAFR trillions in taxpayer assets while demanding our austerity: Government Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs) reveal trillions in held taxpayer assets. For example, California’s 2011 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report with the state’s 12 million households (22-minute television interview to explain this data here) reveal:

Several models (and here) of cost-free government are known, beginning with Benjamin Franklin’s pamphlet on colonial Pennsylvania operating its government without taxes to Thomas Edison explaining debt-free money with Henry Ford in a 1921 summer media tour. As good as these breakthroughs are, resource-based economics is our predictable future just beyond these three reforms.

4. US “leaders” hoard ~$30 trillion in tax-free foreign banks: 1% oligarch/leaders in the US and “developed” nations hoard ~$30 trillion in off-shore tax-free shell banks (much of which may have been gained through criminal fraud). Related, the Federal Reserve reports the US top seven banks have over $10 trillion in assets recorded in over 14,000 created “subsidiaries” to avoid taxes.

Our “leaders” hide more than total annual economic output of the US and Japan combined. This is also 7 to 32 times the $1 to $3 trillion estimated to end global poverty (here, here). Importantly, the 1% in US government have reneged on their promise to end poverty since the 1990 World Summit for Children, and even reject full support of microcredit to end poverty while earning a profit.

Global poverty kills a million children every month. Since the seven US banks created the last 10,000 of their tax haven subsidiaries since 1991, more human beings have died from preventable poverty than from all wars, murders, and violent deaths of any kind in all human history. As you may know, ending poverty reduces population growth rate in every historical case.

To understand the 1%, please read the last two paragraphs again, and then consider the “emperor has no clothes” obvious unlawful wars and full spectrum of economic parasitism that Americans may not have factual command to articulate, but feel strongly to correct.

In conclusion: The Bundy land case, at this point, seems to require much more research in order to explain and document as clearly as the related issues above.

As always, my recommendation is to use the OBVIOUS crimes of US oligarchs to cause their surrender, then we can end all of their crimes, employ existing solutions, and begin creating the civilization that our beautiful planet deserves.

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  • Charlie Primero

    Good research and many informative links. Thank you Carl!

    • Carl_Herman

      Thanks, Charlie 🙂

  • the truth

    i watched a short video from a protester at the bundy land case during a stand off with authorities, some protesters were shouting stuff like “go back to china” which was absolutely hilarious. Many ordinary citizens still don’t “get it” and blame stuff like “communism” when mostly any “ism” doesn’t give 2 ****s about ordinary people, and only for the powerful to stay in power.

    More accurately, they should be shouting go “get a time machine and go back to 1920-30s Germany” or perhaps 60 BC Rome.

    People are so fractured at this point in most walks of life by differing information and propaganda.

    • Sojourner

      You’re absolutely correct … 3/4 of the time I have to ask myself was the bullshit or truth? I think I may be fractured.

  • teseeker

    Great info! Let’s start to demand all those CAFR staements when they want to raise taxes, confiscate property, especially from seniors with too little money to pay for what’s charged! Come on America, let’s speak up!

  • T.j. Thomas

    If the Kochs were in on this, since they’ve been pushing hard for oil and fracking development on federal public land, it would be deliciously ironic to see them thwarted by the same anti-federal government rage they’ve helped stoke over the years.

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  • Eileen Kuch

    What needs to be done to the USSA oligarchs is at least do to them what Vladimir Putin did to the “Russian” oligarchs: Seize all of their assets and, either force them into exile, or incarcerate them.

    First of all, however, what really needs to be done before targeting our own oligarchs and their assets, is to target the criminal, corrupt “leaders” in the government and all of their assets in the same manner; seize every bit of their assets; then, incarcerate them for life, if need be. Then, with that done, eliminate the Rothschild-owned private bank and give back to a new Congress the power to coin money, according to the US Constitution.

    • Sojourner

      Constitution has to be amended or we’ll inevitably end in the same place … I’m for lottery chosen citizenry (Sortition) for one term.

      “The Athenians believed sortition to be more democratic than elections[1] and used complex procedures with purpose-built allotment machines (kleroteria) to avoid the corrupt practices used by oligarchs to buy their way into office.” Wikipedia

  • Robert Fanning

    Knowing some of the details of the abusive measures taken against the Wayne Hage family through their decade of fighting against the U.S. Forest Service and BLM is an indication of what measures these people are capable of when their goal is to get legal owners off their lands by destroying their livelihoods.
    When the cards were finally all on the table, Wayne Hage actually won his case against the federal government, but had to die first. Since then his heirs have been forced to continue the battle, an ongoing 6 years, attempting to obtain the legal monetary settlement owed them by the federal government.

    America owes it to the Bundy’s to hear the whole story which must include what has happened in recent years to his 52 ranching neighbors. As I see it now, Mr. Bundy stands strong for whole concept of rural America farming and ranching industry nationwide, while enduring the onslaught of federal agencies waging war against him with excessive legislation and concocted laws while claiming enforcement power. This while a defunct Congress stands inactively in the background offering virtually no opinion or support. The federal forces are depending on achieving bankruptcy of free enterprise small business operations throughout the country by deliberately inflicting environmental and economic demands, combined with armed threats against non-compliance. This while dictatorial Executive branch power, extending itself far beyond its constitutional authority, reigns supremely out of control.

    Clarice Ryan

    From: ~ Chuck Stocks ~

    Putting aside the drama that finally captured the attention of the country at the Bundy Ranch in Nevada, there are legal issues at the heart of the Bundy case. These issues have been in dispute between Bundy and the BLM for more than 20 years.

    Bundy had agreements with the State of Nevada before the BLM claimed jurisdiction. In fact the Bundy family had grazed on this ranch since before the BLM was established in 1946. The original permits that allowed the Bundy family to graze on these lands, are property rights granted to the permittee in a similar sense that a deed to your home is a property right issued to you by your state government.

    Originally Bundy and the other ranchers in the area cooperated with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) when the agency inserted itself into their management decisions. The ranchers negotiated water rights and grazing rights, building of roads and irrigation, all with the approval of the state and BLM.

    Bundy claims that the BLM began collecting fees from him and the other ranchers in the area, based on agreements between the agency and the permittees and that later, the BLM reneged on its original agreements. BLM began a systematic and deliberate campaign to reduce cow numbers and drive ranchers out of Southern Nevada. Bundy says that while the BLM had granted itself the power to behave in such a way to make it “legal”, the agency in no way has legal authority to force him to agree to conditions that will put him out of business. He claims that BLM’s war on local ranchers is an illegal and unconstitutional abuse of power.

    One of the tactics Bundy says was used by BLM, is a mandate, for “environmental” reasons, that Bundy and the other ranchers in the area decrease their cattle herd numbers to levels that would put every rancher out of business. Fifty-two ranchers in Clark County alone were driven out of business, leaving Cliven Bundy the last rancher standing.

    While BLM was successful in driving every other rancher out, Cliven Bundy refused to agree to the new grazing terms imposed by the agency. He never signed a contract with the agency in which he agreed to reduce his cattle numbers. Because the BLM requires permittees to sign their revised agreements before the agency will accept fees from the permittee, Bundy stopped paying the BLM 20 years ago. In fact, since he refused to sign what he says is a a coercive, illegal document, the BLM refuses to accept any payment from him. That’s how the currently contested, 20 year-old legal battle began. Bundy and his attorneys believe the Bundy vs. BLM drama is a legal issue that should be sorted out in Nevada courts.

    He is not accused of criminal conduct because there is no law that gives the BLM police authority in Nevada. Rather, Bundy’s position is that he is engaged in a property dispute with a federal agency that has over-stepped its authority during its existence, by demanding that he obey its ever-changing arbitrary regulations and be forced to pay a fee to an agency that has no law enforcement standing in Nevada and no legal right to force him to change his ranch management decisions

    • Carl_Herman

      Thank you.