Some have communicated that the public side is corrupt, both thru this site and the Facebook Group. I have contended, the public is not corrupt and it is designed to do what it does and almost everyone voluntarily goes along with it. Contracts are so good, most even go to prison voluntarily under contract.
Let’s dispel the myth as if you truly believe the public is corrupt then you cannot be a creditor: If you go into court (whether a court with the opposite party for negotiations, or a Statutory court with an adjudicator + the opposite party) and accuse them of being corrupt, making wrong etc etc, then it’s game over….your actions have created a controversy that requires an adjudicator to make a judgement – you’ve just shifted any private contractual agreement you may have had up to that point back to the public side….you no longer have an agreement, you’re sunk and need to start again.
The public will lie, cheat and steal – this is what it does. Your job is to bring the remedy to your person and gain agreement. Once you have this in place it matters not who is lying, cheating or stealing – you will use your agreement to ensure your interests in all property including your person are protected.
Until this is clearly understood – there is little reason trying to become a creditor if at the same time you accuse others of wrong….you can’t prove anything!
There are 3 significant challenges that test creditors:
- Understanding your not a Person or even your name – this will stop many from venturing any further as they cannot comprehend they are not a person.
- The ones that do move past #1 can be forever blocked by their accusing mindset – by keeping it, it will mean you cannot proceed as controversy will follow, thus giving jurisdiction to a 3rd party adjudicator.
- And finally, Blaming others for failure – creditors are authorities cannot blame others, creditors will always resolve and if they cannot, will ask themselves “what did I do wrong?”, and then fix it.
Or I could be wrong, and we should keep doing what we are doing to each other.