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Words from the Rising Republics

SEPARATION FROM THE WORLD

SEPARATION FROM THE WORLD

The freedom found in a small town affords one to be dead to the world; not merely to certain gross things in the world, but to the world in all its aspects. What then has a dead man to do with the world's politics? As Christians, we are sent into this world even as Jesus was sent into it. What had He to do with the world's politics? He paid tribute; so should we. He obeyed the powers that be; we should do the same. He suffered under this world's powers, and we may be called to the same. Public servants swore an oath to preserve, protect and defend those rights given by God.

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DOUBLE DIP

DOUBLE DIP

The assignment of a mortgage and note already in default permits YOUR BANK to realize "credit enhancement" profits while also allowing the YOUR BANK to institute foreclosure.  This is a “double dip” for YOUR BANK and, of course, illegal. What Bank has been cut off from doing this?

 

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Uneven Settlement

Balance is the word that defines equilibrium.  A tied game does not define the superior team.  Actual legal tender used to fund a mortgage requires that the mortgage be satisfied with an equal amount of legal tender; otherwise, uneven settlement creates destruction.  The transaction collapses into ruble.

The Rules of Civil Procedure demands balance.  The authenticated original instrument must be filed with the clerk into the case days prior to a hearing that seeks judgment from the court.  The judge publishes a judgment that replaces the original authenticated instrument.  The judgment outlines what each party must do to achieve balance or even impartial settlement.

When photo copies, as in California, are entered into a case instead of the original instrument, the party who files such copies can gain equilibrium by accepting copies of legal tender. The transaction is completed when the courthouse mortgage records are stamped satisfied.  Alabama law rewards the homeowner, who is a victim of a wrongful foreclosure, the replevin bond which is treble damages.

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Original Document

STANDARD PRACTICE

Turn your personal check over and read the words printed over and over on the rear. “ORIGINAL DOCUMENT”.

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LET US KEEP IT SIMPLE

FORECLOSURE: LET US KEEP IT SIMPLE.  Your foreclosure sale bought your Genuine Original Promissory Note (not a copy).  You can buy the note only from the true holder in due course.  Treble damages must be paid to you by the thief who attempts to sell your house and keep the note or if the thief has no GENUINE ORIGINAL PROMISSORY NOTE or if he has an unrecorded stolen note he still pays you treble damages for his fraud.

The House + Treble Damages

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PERILOUS TIMES

The word sovereign has been used for centuries. Only today is there a frontal attack in an effort to redefine the word, changing its use as heavenly into a satanic usage. Is it not far better to look the true condition of things straight in the face? Would not analogy, even in the absence of direct and positive proof, lead us to expect failure under this present economy as well as under all the others before?

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Questions Voice by Our Fore-Fathers

SOVEREIGN OR SLAVE?
SAVED OR LOST?
KING OR PEASANT?

“Who are you?” is a song that is used as a theme in CSI, the TV series.  Who you are is a statement of fact regarding your identity.  Most people identify themselves by name that also, in some measure, reflects their ancestry.

God usually applies two names to the same person in an effort to show the distinction between the two.  Saul became Paul and Simeon became Peter.  The old nature, Saul is transformed into the new creation, Paul.

The scripture that illustrates this distinction is Galatians 5:1, “Stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.”  Also 2 Corinthians 5:17, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”

A Sovereign and a Christian are similar even though they are spelled differently.  The sovereign is on the earth as a Pilgrim and a Stranger among others who are Fugitives and Vagabonds.

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