Re: FW: Feedback/Observations re: The One Peoples Public Trust – Sum

From: umami21

Date: 2013-02-24 15:08:04

Is that why DARPA  in it’s TIA initiative was looking for people who are experts in story-tellling ten years ago? Never trust one dictatorial system replacing another (like with Communism). I find we have to collect grassroot approaches to find a (sustainable) solution. Nothing will work if the people behind the systems are bad. At least with decentralized systems they would be confined to their small realm of influence and couldn’t take all of humanity hostage. At 23:25 20.02.2013, you wrote: From one reader… make of it all what you will… From: Sent: 20 February 2013 14:52 To: ad.johnson@ntlworld…. Subject: Re: The One Peoples Public Trust – Summary Attempting to get an understanding .. I read with a little concern about the position of  Public Servants who choose to become bonded to the Trust are: “Authorized and ordered to protect and preserve the blood and life” of all persons Authorized to “take into custody any and all … agents and officers… owning, operating, aiding and abetting private money systems… legal enforcement systems… [and] operating slavery systems”. Authorized to “repossess all private money systems, tracking, transferring, issuing, collection, legal enforcement systems”. “Granted due authority of discretion… to use any [and] all means, force and strategies… to complete this order”. as this seems to be somewhat NWO / one-world currency. That would mean I can’t set up my own micro-financing bank with its own currency without it being repossessed? LETS would probably be a better way forward in any case. A wolf in sheep’s clothing or not? On 20 Feb 2013, at 09:51, Andrew Johnson wrote: This looks like a good summary! From: Sent: 20 February 2013 05:43 To: ad.johnson@ntlworld…. Subject: Re: The One Peoples Public Trust Hi Andrew The link below is for a very comprehensive explanation of the OPPT.…    Anne  

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