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California...by Victor Davis Hanson

The last three weeks I have traveled about, taking the pulse of the more forgotten areas of central California. I wanted to witness, even if superficially, what is happening to a state that has the highest sales and income taxes, the most lavish entitlements, the near-worst public schools (based on federal test scores), and the largest number of illegal aliens in the nation, along with an over regulated private sector, a stagnant and shrinking manufacturing base, and an elite environmental ethos that restricts commerce and productivity without curbing consumption.

During this unscientific experiment, three times a week I rode a bike on a 20-mile trip over various rural roads in southwestern Fresno County . I also drove my car over to the coast to work, on various routes through towns like San Joaquin , Mendota, and Firebaugh. And near my home I have been driving, shopping, and touring by intent the rather segregated and impoverished areas of Caruthers, Fowler, Laton, Orange Cove, Parlier, and Selma . My own farmhouse is now in an area of abject poverty and almost no ethnic diversity; the closest elementary school (my alma mater, two miles away) is 94 percent Hispanic and 1 percent white, and well below federal testing norms in math and English.

Here are some general observations about what I saw (other than that the rural roads of California are fast turning into rubble, poorly maintained and reverting to what I remember seeing long ago in the rural South). First, remember that these areas are the ground zero, so to speak, of 20 years of illegal immigration. There has been a general depression in farming - to such an extent that the 20- to-100-acre tree and vine farmer, the erstwhile backbone of the old rural California, for all practical purposes has ceased to exist.


On the western side of the Central Valley , the effects of arbitrary cutoffs in federal irrigation water have idled tens of thousands of acres of prime agricultural land, leaving thousands unemployed. Manufacturing plants in the towns in these areas - which used to make harvesters, hydraulic lifts, trailers, food-processing equipment - have largely shut down; their production has been shipped off overseas or south of the border. Agriculture itself - from almonds to raisins - has increasingly become corporatized and mechanized, cutting by half the number of farm workers needed. So unemployment runs somewhere between 15 and 20 percent

Many of the rural trailer-house compounds I saw appear to the naked eye no different from what I have seen in the Third World . There is a Caribbean look to the junked cars, electric wires crisscrossing between various outbuildings, plastic tarps substituting for replacement shingles, lean-tos cobbled together as auxiliary housing, pit bulls unleashed, and geese, goats, and chickens roaming around the yards. The public hears about all sorts of tough California regulations that stymie business - rigid zoning laws, strict building codes, constant inspections - but apparently none of that applies out here.


It is almost as if the more California regulates, the more it does not regulate. Its public employees prefer to go after misdemeanors in the upscale areas to justify our expensive oversight industry, while ignoring the felonies in the downtrodden areas, which are becoming feral and beyond the ability of any inspector to do anything but feel irrelevant. But in the regulators' defense, where would one get the money to redo an ad hoc trailer park with a spider web of illegal bare wires?


Many of the rented-out rural shacks and stationary Winnebagos are on former small farms - the vineyards overgrown with weeds, or torn out with the ground lying fallow. I pass on the cultural consequences to communities from the loss of thousands of small farming families. I don't think I can remember another time when so many acres in the eastern part of the valley have gone out of production, even though farm prices have recently rebounded Apparently it is simply not worth the gamble of investing $7,000 to $10,000 an acre in a new orchard or vineyard. What an anomaly - with suddenly soaring farm prices, still we have thousands of acres in the world's richest agricultural belt, with available water on the east side of the valley and plentiful labor, gone idle or in disuse. Is credit frozen? Are there simply no more farmers? Are the schools so bad as to scare away potential agricultural entrepreneurs? Or are we all terrified by the national debt and uncertain future?


California coastal elites may worry about the oxygen content of water available to a three-inch smelt in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, but they seem to have no interest in the epidemic dumping of trash, furniture, and often toxic substances throughout California 's rural hinterland. Yesterday, for example, I rode my bike by a stopped van just as the occupants tossed seven plastic bags of raw refuse onto the side of the road I rode up near their bumper and said in my broken Spanish not to throw garbage onto the public road. But there were three of them, and one of me. So I was lucky to be sworn at only I note in passing that I would not drive into Mexico and, as a guest, dare to pull over and throw seven bags of trash into the environment of my host.


In fact, trash piles are commonplace out here - composed of everything from half-empty paint cans and children's plastic toys to diapers and moldy food. I have never seen a rural sheriff cite a litterer, or witnessed state EPA workers cleaning up these unauthorized wastelands. So I would suggest to Bay Area scientists that the environment is taking a much harder beating down here in central California than it is in the Delta. Perhaps before we cut off more irrigation water to the west side of the valley, we might invest some green dollars into cleaning up the unsightly and sometimes dangerous garbage that now litters the outskirts of our rural communities.

We hear about the tough small-business regulations that have driven residents out of the state, at the rate of 2,000 to 3,000 a week. But from my unscientific observations these past weeks, it seems rather easy to open a small business in California without any oversight at all, or at least what I might call a "counter business." I counted eleven mobile hot-kitchen trucks that simply park by the side of the road, spread about some plastic chairs, pull down a tarp canopy, and, presto, become mini-restaurants. There are no "facilities" such as toilets or washrooms. But I do frequently see lard trails on the isolated roads I bike on, where trucks apparently have simply opened their draining tanks and sped on, leaving a slick of cooking fats and oils. Crows and ground squirrels love them; they can be seen from a distance mysteriously occupied in the middle of the road.


At crossroads, peddlers in a counter-California economy sell almost anything. Here is what I noticed at an intersection on the west side last week: shovels, rakes, hoes, gas pumps, lawnmowers, edgers, blowers, jackets, gloves, and caps. The merchandise was all new. I doubt whether in high-tax California sales taxes or income taxes were paid on any of these stop-and-go transactions.

[The hi lighted paragraphs are ways in which at least some of the nearly 47% of U.S. non tax payers are able to get by]


In two supermarkets 50 miles apart, I was the only one in line who did not pay with a social-service plastic card (gone are the days when "food stamps" were embarrassing bulky coupons). But I did not see any relationship between the use of the card and poverty as we once knew it: The electrical appurtenances owned by the user and the car into which the groceries were loaded were indistinguishable from those of the upper middle class.


By that I mean that most consumers drove late-model Camrys, Accords, or Tauruses, had iPhones, Bluetooths, or BlackBerries, and bought everything in the store with public-assistance credit. This seemed a world apart from the trailers I had just ridden by the day before. I don't editorialize here on the logic or morality of any of this, but I note only that there are vast numbers of people who apparently are not working, are on public food assistance, and enjoy the technological veneer of the middle class. California has a consumer market surely, but often no apparent source of income. Does the $40 million a day supplement to unemployment benefits from Washington explain some of this?

Do diversity concerns, as in lack of diversity, work both ways? Over a hundred-mile stretch, when I stopped in San Joaquin for a bottled water, or drove through Orange Cove, or got gas in Parlier, or went to a corner market in southwestern Selma, my home town, I was the only non-Hispanic - there were no Asians, no blacks, no other whites. We may speak of the richness of "diversity," but those who cherish that ideal simply have no idea that there are now countless inland communities that have become near-apartheid societies, where Spanish is the first language, the schools are not at all diverse, and the federal and state governments are either the main employers or at least the chief sources of income - whether through emergency rooms, rural health clinics, public schools, or social-service offices. An observer from Mars might conclude that our elites and masses have given up on the ideal of integration and assimilation, perhaps in the wake of the arrival of 11 to 15 million illegal aliens.


Again, I do not editorialize, but I note these vast transformations over the last 20 years that are the paradoxical wages of unchecked illegal immigration from Mexico, a vast expansion of California's entitlements and taxes, the flight of the upper middle class out of state, the deliberate effort not to tap natural resources, the downsizing in manufacturing and agriculture, and the departure of whites, blacks, and Asians from many of these small towns to more racially diverse and upscale areas of California.


Fresno 's California State University campus is embroiled in controversy over the student body president's announcing that he is an illegal alien, with all the requisite protests in favor of the DREAM Act. I won't comment on the legislation per se, but again only note the anomaly. I taught at CSUF for 21 years. I think it fair to say that the predominant theme of the Chicano and Latin American Studies program's sizable curriculum was a fuzzy American culpability. By that I mean that students in those classes heard of the sins of America more often than its attractions. In my home town, Mexican flag decals on car windows are far more common than their American counterparts.


I note this because hundreds of students here illegally are now terrified of being deported to Mexico . I can understand that, given the chaos in Mexico and their own long residency in the United States . But here is what still confuses me: If one were to consider the classes that deal with Mexico at the university, or the visible displays of national chauvinism, then one might conclude that Mexico is a far more attractive and moral place than the United States.


So there is a surreal nature to these protests: something like, "Please do not send me back to the culture I nostalgically praise; please let me stay in the culture that I ignore or deprecate." I think the DREAM Act protestors might have been far more successful in winning public opinion had they stopped blaming the US. for suggesting that they might have to leave at some point, and instead explained why, in fact, they want to stay What it is about America that makes a youth of 21 go on a hunger strike or demonstrate to be allowed to remain in this country rather than return to the place of his birth?


I think I know the answer to this paradox. Missing entirely in the above description is the attitude of the host, which by any historical standard can only be termed "indifferent." California does not care whether one broke the law to arrive here or continues to break it by staying. It asks nothing of the illegal immigrant - no proficiency in English, no acquaintance with American history and values, no proof of income, no record of education or skills. It does provide all the public assistance that it can afford (and more that it borrows for), and apparently waives enforcement of most of California 's burdensome regulations and civic statutes that increasingly have plagued productive citizens to the point of driving them out. How odd that we over-regulate those who are citizens and have capital to the point of banishing them from the state, but do not regulate those who are aliens and without capital to the point of encouraging millions more to follow in their footsteps. How odd - to paraphrase what Critias once said of ancient Sparta - that California is at once both the nation's most unfree and most free state, the most repressed and the wildest.


Hundreds of thousands sense all that and vote accordingly with their feet, both into and out of California - and the result is a sort of social, cultural, economic, and political time-bomb, whose ticks are getting louder.


Victor Davis Hanson is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, the editor of "Makers of Ancient Strategy: From the Persian Wars to the Fall of Rome" , and the author of "The Father of Us All: War and History, Ancient and Modern."

Words from the Rising Republics

HOME MORTGAGES

By Judge Dale, retired

Legal Researchers March 13, 2015

     Whenever you apply for a loan, you are requested to sign a Promissory Note for the total amount of the loan. Then a Payment Account is established. The Promissory Note is never endorsed by a member of the financial institution so that it can be sold without your permission. Three days later, the original promissory note, signed in ink, is sold to another Institution or foreign government, who will collateralize it or use it like a bond and issue currency or loans against it.

     Why the three days? It is because you have the right to withdraw from or cancel any contract within three days of acceptance. It is about the only right we have left and it may be found under the, Truth in Lending Act!

     All that matters to the bank, is that you are a flesh and blood human being and that you have affixed your signature to a Promissory Note! They don’t care if you have a great credit score or a poor one! Flesh and blood human beings, technically own everything, and all Corporations are fictional companies that have no value and cannot function until some human being blows life into them! The Promissory Notes each sell for the same value!

     Since the Promissory Note was sold without your permission, your mortgage debt to them is actually paid in full but they never tell you about that! In fact, the bank also sells your repayment plan to an investor or another bank for much less, and agrees to manage the payments for them. Most banks now employ a middle company to collect your mortgage payment. They do this because your mortgage and repayment plan is not reflected on the banks bookkeeping and under federal and international law, it is supposed to be! So the middle companies act as a buffer and keep them out of trouble!

     Since the banks can’t legally make loans against their depositor’s assets, everything is just a, paper chase! Your payments are deposited into the investor’s account who purchased it; and if it involves another bank, your payment is transferred to that bank where it is deposited into a savings account, under a number instead of your name!

     The reason the account is numbered is because it is really your savings account! You don’t owe them a debt and so they conceal your payments as a numbered savings account! If they included your name they would have to mail you a monthly accounting and that would tip you off!

   So any foreclosure that might occur thereafter is totally bogus and unlawful because they cannot produce the original Promissory Note! If demanded, they will produce a black and white photo copy but that is actually the counterfeiting of a Negotiable Instrument unless it is reduced or enlarged! The point being that if they cannot produce the original Note, it was sold!

     Given these circumstances, it was absolutely necessary for them to involve the Judges in their criminal conduct. Foreclosure Judges receive 10% of the original Promissory Note, after they authorize the bank to steal and sell your assets in foreclosure.

     This process essentially makes the rich man richer and explains how the banks can own the bulk of the skyscraper buildings, parcels of land and stadiums across America. In reality, we pay for our homes three times over its original purchase price without ever securing ownership.

   Mr. Warburg was a pretty ingenious fellow when he designed the Federal Reserve System and why we Americans always need to be two steps ahead of the banks, the courts and lawyers!

     According to the Constitution, the only way you can pay a debt is with silver or gold and since there is no silver or gold backed currency, the only thing we can do is to discharge our debts! A discharge is never a payment in full and it can be resold or borrowed against. Hence, lawyers purchase discharged debts for pennies on the dollar, open a collection company and hire people to harass you into paying that debt to them!

     Remember that in all legitimate contracts you always received

Paul Warburg was an agent for the Rothschilds, who executed their plan for the Federal Reserve Act.

     Something of equal value from the company or person you borrowed from. Collection companies fail to provide you with anything of equal value and lie to you that they are collecting the debt on behalf of the original creditor!

     The best way to handle a debt collector is to deny who you are and every question they ask . . .

     INTERESTING NOTE: In Libya, a citizen can apply for a home mortgage or business loan from the government, interest free, and he owns the land. In most cases, a citizen who desires to start a business like farming, the borrower is given a $50,000 grant or the land, a tractor, the seed and livestock to get started all for free! And our government has the audacity to call Momar Ghaddafi a fascist? President Ghaddafi had control over $200 Billion in gold and his life was threatened by the criminal cabal, if he refused to surrender that gold. Ghaddafi refused and was subsequently murdered by paid assassins hired by the United States government. May he rest in peace…

     CORPORATIONS: As I mentioned earlier, a corporation is a fictional character or entity in law, created by the government, which makes that fictional character or entity the intellectual property of the government but you are never told that! Corporations can own any number of other corporations but can never own a flesh and blood human being!

     All laws created under this parent corporation will essentially become corporate laws and regulations to govern the Parent Corporation and all subordinate or sub-corporations owned by the parent. These corporate laws and regulations are called statutes and their affect and control over human beings is deceptively obtained by consent through civil contracts. Look up the word 'person' in any modern law dictionary and you will see that a person is regarded as a corporation and not a flesh and blood human being.

     These civil contracts were secured by and through several federal and state voluntary registration programs designed to convert and enslave flesh and blood American citizens of the Republic into AntiCorruptionSociety.com offers a guide called LAWFULLY YOURS. This guide contains a Debt Validation template letter.


     Corporate property. These registration programs always involved government benefits as an inducement however nothing is for free and when the state and federal governments offer anything for free, you can bet that upon your acceptance, there are ropes and chains about to be attached to your neck, hands and ankles!

‘Most people do not know the weight of chain they already bare!’

Charles Dickens

     Legally, these civil contracts lacked “mutuality,” meaning that all registrants must understand the true nature and intent of the contract and subsequently must knowingly accept or consent to the terms of those contracts. The government’s subversive tactics perverts “mutuality” and lawfully eliminates any and all contractual relationships, as historically established by the ‘International Law of Contracts’ a/k/a Uniform Commercial Code.’

     The federal government, the B.A.R. and the courts, rely upon the Maxim that: “Ignorance of the Law is no excuse,” which is capable of being thrown back in their deceptive faces through literacy, which is what this exposé is attempting to provide to you!

     When a person is arrested or sued for a statutory regulation, also known as a criminal or civil law, he is actually being accused of violating a corporate regulation or corporate breach of contract! A civil contract that only exists over human beings by deception and fraud!

     There are no criminal laws in America. Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Procedure [F.C.R.P.] use to specify this very fact. [e.g.] ‘All laws are civil,’ which was later modified by the Judiciary Act to conceal this fact by creating one set of Civil Rules [F.C.R.P.] and one set of Criminal Rules [F.Cr.R.P.] but this never changed the fact that there are no criminal laws in America.

     The Judiciary Act was necessary, once common people began to represent themselves in court and uncover this and other frauds.

     These Rules of Procedure and Rules of Court were originally designed and adopted to reduce confusion in the courts and were intended only for lawyers; however, this is not to say that the courts will not try to enforce them against non-lawyers!


     And by the way, there is no legislation which prohibits a common man to practice law without a license! Neither Lincoln nor Clarence Darrow ever attended law school; neither was licensed and each became a famous lawyer. This prohibition will be discussed next.

     Today, each Judge representing a Court of Record is a lawyer and a member of the American B.A.R. Association Union, and all these Union Judges have conspired to write a Local Rule of Procedure, prohibiting non-lawyers from the practice of law without a license! This practice protected their treason, insured work for the Union membership [B.A.R. lawyers] and is openly in violation of Federal Anti-Trust Laws!

     Anti-Trust Laws were intended to prevent large monopolies from forming because such monopolies can control prices, eliminate competition and violates free enterprise, which is exactly what the

B.A.R. and this Local Rule of Court intended to accomplish! Those Anti-Trust Laws have been modified so many times by B.A.R. Congressmen that they now almost assist in the creation of large monopolies. Gee, how could that happen?

     A lawyer is issued a license to practice law, a license permitting him to do something unlawful, so how did he pay for his license when our government has abolished our right to possess or own silver and gold? The lawyer is paid with Federal Reserve Notes (promissory notes) having no ascertainable value. So now, how is it that any lawyer is licensed to do anything? They aren’t; so when a lawyer or a lawyer judge enters a court they both come into that court with unclean hands to prosecute, defend or judge.

     “Unclean hands,” means that their appearance is reproachable and it makes them incapable of seeking or rendering a judgment or a conviction against anyone else! An old Maxim of law says it all:

“FRAUD VITIATES EVERYTHING.”

     The federal and state governments are not real. They are privately owned corporations called governments. The Judges are privately employed administrators called Judges and the law is nothing more than their corporate regulations called Statutes. The courthouses are no longer public buildings but are privately owned structures called Judicial Centers or a Department of Justice and the prisons are privately owned facilities that do not mention the City or County anywhere in its name.



The Declaration of Independence canceled any notion that kings ruled by Divine Right. The Prince of this World could only offer bondage. God gave each of his creation the opportunity to be free simply by accepting His plea, a free gift or remedy provided the remedy was accepted, from the heart, within a specified length of time. After death, one who refused the free remedy has an eternal hell to pay.

The Constitution granted freedom governed through “public Law”. Since 1933, all Americans are today governed by “public policy”. Rid yourself of “default thinking” and embrace “future based thinking” where freedom alone prevails.

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