J.P. Morgan's Collateral Base is Bogus...Find Out Who Owns the Collateral
V.K. Durham of the Durham Trust is the only legitimate creditor of the USA. She owns a gold-backed bond from the 1800s. She wanted to use her collateral to rebuild the USA, but it was compromised without her permission by George H.W Bush with the assistance of J.P. Morgan.
IT'S TOO LATE TO SHUT THE BARN DOOR TO KEEP IN THE CRIMINAL ACTS OF BANKS INVOLVED WITH THE US AND UK FEDERAL RESERVE BANKING SYSTEM.
By: V.K. Durham, CEO. Durham [Intl. Ltd;] Holding Trust, Tias 12087 the Duly Constituted, Outstanding Primary Creditor of the United States of America and ALL Debtor nations who have borrowed money from the U.S.A. since 1906. Note: Jamie Dimon/JP MORGAN did during the month of December 2004 attempt to make the world believe JP MORGAN owned Durham Trust Prime Banking Instruments i.e., Bonus 3392-181 by doctoring up and back dating Records on the following DOCUMENTATION/VALIDATION OF Durham (Intl. Ltd;) Holding Trust, Tias 12087 Documents of Recorded Record http://www.theantechamber.net/Vk2009/DocumentationValidation.htm
OCTOBER OF 2002, V.K. Durham, CEO/Creditor of the U.S.A. approached the Federal Reserve Bank in Omaha and requested entry. She was questioned -- "who are you ?"
My answer was succinct: "I am V.K. Durham of the Durham Trust, and I am the Primary Creditor of the United States of America."
After a few moments of fumbling, I [ Ms. Durham] was granted immediate access to this regional member bank of the Federal Reserve System. In the next few minutes, it was made clear to the officials of the bank, and thus to the Federal Reserve System itself, that I [Ms. V.K. Durham] was not dead -- despite having been declared 'dead' by the so-called Social Security Administration in Region V. Despite having been denied survivor's benefits owed to her as the widow of a veteran who had served his country in war, peace and during the long twilight struggle called The Cold War, on the premise that she was 'dead.' I was, indeed, alive.
Time after time I have been reported as deceased by those who are very anxious to get control over the Durham Trust Property which is held in Trust for the Victims of this criminal activity of such as Jamie Dimon/Bank One/JP Morgan etals. Here is one example on video VK Durham and 911 Commission Report! Must SEE!!
Mr. Dimon/JP MORGAN forgot the Rule of Law of Chain of Title on Property. Further; HE HAS NEVER READ THE ARTICLES, THE PURPOSE AND INTENT of Durham Trust.
It is believed; NONE of this would never been exposed had the duly constituted, outstanding, primary creditor not challenged J.P. MORGANS COLLATERAL BASE.
JP MORGAN'S BASE COLLATERAL HAS BEEN CHALLENGED PUTTING FIVE OF THE BIGGEST BANKS IN THE US IN JEOPARDY
Shutting the Barn Door by those involved with overthrowing and take down of the Sovereignty of the States of the Union of the Republics by Unbelievable acts of blatant idiocy by fools playing party politics with HR 22. Cl. 4 successfully blocked by a new HR 368 blocking House Members from using Privileged Motion to reopen government was brought to our attention yesterday by actual video of what is going on in the US [corporate] House and Senate. Watch the following video provided by THE DAILY UPWORTHIEST https://www.upworthy.com/congress-did-something-so-spectacularly-creepy-that-its-too-unbelievable-to-make-up?c=upw1 .
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ARE YOU AWARE OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 12803? HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS by those they were taking orders from in these QUASI U.S. FEDERAL AGENCIES. 1992 President Bush PRIVATIZED all of the U.S. Federal Government Agencies, you know...which was under Executive Order 12803 (see)
MR. OBAMA takes Mr. Bush's Executive Order 12803 a step further, it appears.
Obama secretly signing away U.S. sovereignty
Shock plan regulates food, medicine, financial markers, Internet freedom
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Despite the government shutdown, the Obama administration has continued secret negotiations to complete what is known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP.
The expansive plan is a proposed free-trade agreement between the U.S., Australia, Brunei, Chile, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
The agreement would create new guidelines for everything from food safety to fracking, financial markets, medical prices, copyright rules and Internet freedom.
The TPP negotiations have been criticized by politicians and advocacy groups alike for their secrecy. The few aspects of the partnership leaked to the public indicate an expansive agenda with highly limited congressional oversight.
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A New York Times opinion piece previously called the deal the "most significant international commercial agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organization in 1995."
Last week, the White House website released a joint statement with the other proposed TPP signatories affirming "our countries are on track to complete the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations."
"Ministers and negotiators have made significant progress in recent months on all the legal texts and annexes on access to our respective goods, services, investment, financial services, government procurement, and temporary entry markets," the White House said.
The statement did not divulge details of the partnership other than to suggest a final TPP agreement "must reflect our common vision to establish a comprehensive, next-generation model for addressing both new and traditional trade and investment issues, supporting the creation and retention of jobs and promoting economic development in our countries."
In February, the Open the Government organization sent a letter to Obama blasting the lack of transparency surrounding the TPP talks, stating the negotiations have been "conducted in unprecedented secrecy."
"Despite the fact the deal may significantly affect the way we live our lives by limiting our public protections, there has been no public access to even the most fundamental draft agreement texts and other documents," read the letter.
The missive was signed by advocacy groups such as OpenTheGovernment.org, Project On Government Oversight, ARTICLE 19 and the Global Campaign for Freedom of Expression and Information.
The groups warned issues being secretly negotiated include "patent and copyright, land use, food and product standards, natural resources, professional licensing, government procurement, financial practices, healthcare, energy, telecommunications, and other service sector regulations."
Lack of oversight
Normally free -trade agreements must be authorized by a majority of the House and Senate, usually in lengthy proceedings.
However, the White House is seeking what is known as "trade promotion authority" which would fast track approval of the TPP by requiring Congress to vote on the likely lengthy trade agreement within 90 days and without any amendments.
The authority also allows Obama to sign the agreement before Congress even has a chance to vote on it, with lawmakers getting only a quick post-facto vote.
A number of lawmakers have been speaking out about the secret TPP talks.
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., recently proposed legislation requiring the White House to disclose all TPP documents to members of Congress.
"The majority of Congress is being kept in the dark as to the substance of the TPP negotiations, while representatives of U.S. corporations - like Halliburton, Chevron, PHRMA, Comcast, and the Motion Picture Association of America - are being consulted and made privy to details of the agreement," said Wyden.
However, Obama has so far refused to give Congress a copy of the draft agreement.
Regulates food, Internet, medicine, commerce
The TPP is "more than just a trade deal," wrote Lori Wallach and Ben Beachy of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch in a New York Times op-ed last June.
"Only 5 of its 29 chapters cover traditional trade matters, like tariffs or quotas. The others impose parameters on nontrade policies. Existing and future American laws must be altered to conform with these terms, or trade sanctions can be imposed against American exports."
Wallach and Beachy spotlighted several leaks in the proposed TPP text, including one that would regulate the price of medicine.
"Pharmaceutical companies, which are among those enjoying access to negotiators as 'advisers,' have long lobbied against government efforts to keep the cost of medicines down. Under the agreement, these companies could challenge such measures by claiming that they undermined their new rights granted by the deal."
Amnesty International USA warned draft TPP provisions related to patents for pharmaceuticals "risk stifling the development and production of generic medicines, by strengthening and deepening monopoly protections."
Another leak revealed the TPP would grant more incentives to relocate domestic manufacturing offshore, Wallach and Beachy related.
Jim Hightower, a progressive activist, wrote the TPP incorporates elements similar to the Stop Online Piracy Act.
Hightower wrote the deal would "transform Internet service providers into a private, Big Brother police force, empowered to monitor our 'user activity,' arbitrarily take down our content and cut off our access to the Internet."
Indeed, Internet freedom advocacy groups have been protesting the TPP, taking specific issue with leaked proposals that would enact strict intellectual property restraints that would effectively change U.S. copyright law.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation argued the TPP would "restrict the ability of Congress to engage in domestic law reform to meet the evolving IP needs of American citizens and the innovative technology sector."
In a petition signed by over 30 Internet freedom organizations, the group warned the TPP would "rewrite global rules on intellectual property enforcement."
With additional research by Brenda J. Elliott.
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WHAT IS GOING ON HERE WITH THESE LATEST ACTS OF THE CORPORATION RUNNING THE US FED. GOVT?
The upgraded amendments are amended to particularly point out amended to read [ quote]
Antideficiency Act Background
Federal employees who violate the Antideficiency Act are subject to two types of sanctions: administrative and penal. Employees may be subject to appropriate administrative discipline including, when circumstances warrant, suspension from duty without pay or removal from office. In addition, employees may also be subject to fines, imprisonment, or both. [end quote].
This does not include the Public at Large! It is most specific in identifying Federal employees such as US Corporate House and Senate Members, including members of the Executive Branch such as Council on Foreign Relations, and those agencies sold off/privatized by G.H.W. Bush's 1992 Executive Order 12803.
As President Harry S. Truman stated "The Buck stops here!"
The Antideficiency Act prohibits federal employees from making or authorizing an expenditure from, or creating or authorizing an obligation under, any appropriation or fund in excess of the amount available in the appropriation or fund unless authorized by law. 31 U.S.C. § 1341
involving the government in any obligation to pay money before funds have been appropriated for that purpose, unless otherwise allowed by law. 31 U.S.C. § 1341(a)(1)(B).
accepting voluntary services for the United States, or employing personal services not authorized by law, except in cases of emergency involving the safety of human life or the protection of property.
31 U.S.C. § 1342. making obligations or expenditures in excess of an apportionment or reapportionment, or in excess of the amount permitted by agency regulations.
31 U.S.C. § 1517(a). Federal employees who violate the Antideficiency Act are subject to two types of sanctions: administrative and penal. Employees may be subject to appropriate administrative discipline including, when circumstances warrant, suspension from duty without pay or removal from office. In addition, employees may also be subject to fines, imprisonment, or both.
Once it is determined that there has been a violation of 31 U.S.C. §§ 1341(a), 1342, or 1517(a), the agency head "shall report immediately to the President and Congress all relevant facts and a statement of actions taken." 31 U.S.C. §§ 1351, 1517(b). The reports are to be signed by the agency head. The report to the President is to be forwarded through the Director of OMB. In addition, the heads of executive branch agencies and the Mayor of the District of Columbia shall also transmit "[a] copy of each report . . . to the Comptroller General on the same date the report is transmitted to the President and Congress." 31 U.S.C. §§ 1351, 1517(b), as amended by the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2005, Pub. L. No. 108-447, div. G, title II, § 1401, 118 Stat. 2809, 3192 (Dec. 8, 2004).
OMB has issued further instructions on preparing the reports, which may be found in OMB Circular No. A-11, Preparation, Submission, and Execution of the Budget, § 145 (June 21, 2005). The report is to include all pertinent facts and a statement of all actions taken to address and correct the Antideficiency Act violation (such as administrative discipline imposed, referral to the Justice Department where appropriate, and new safeguards imposed). An agency also should include a request for a supplemental or deficiency appropriation when needed.
What if GAO uncovers a violation but the agency thinks GAO is wrong? The agency must still make the required reports, and must include an explanation of its disagreement.
GAO United States General Accounting Office August 4, 1993
Testimony Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs United States Senate FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. First Financial Audits of IRS and Customs Revealed Serious Problems
Statement of Charles A. Bowsher Comptroller General of the United States [text contained http://www.theantechamber.net/UsHistDoc/IrsAudit93/Irs8493AuditIndex.html
As the Edge Act of December 24, 1919 progressed into the fields of International Banking and Financing those who coerced
143-year-old law stirs fears during shutdown
The law is the Antideficiency Act, passed by Congress in 1870 (and amended several times), which prohibits the government from incurring any monetary obligation for which the Congress has not appropriated funds.
In shutting down the government, most memos cite the law as the reason. The Government Accountability Office says employees who violate the Antideficiency Act may be subject to disciplinary action, suspension and even "fines, imprisonment, or both."
In the absence of "the original text on the Antideficiency Act of 1870, we must review the Original Purpose and Intent of said Act of 1870.
Records of the Committee on Appropriations, 1867-1968 (391 ft.)
Sen. Henry B. Anthony, RI
Sen. Henry B. Anthony, RI (Mathew Brady Studio), Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer (U.S. Army) from NARA's Online Catalog.
3.1 The Committee on Appropriations was created on March 6, 1867, when the Senate agreed to a resolution offered by Henry B. Anthony of Rhode Island that proposed such a committee in order "to divide the onerous labors of the Finance Committee with another...."
3.2 Appropriating Federal funds, in tandem with raising revenue, is one of the basic constitutional responsibilities of the Congress. All bills raising revenue and many appropriation bills originate in the House of Representatives, but the Senate has used its power to amend money bills to initiate its own fiscal programs.
3.3 Appropriation bills for the first 14 Congresses were referred to select committees that expired after they issued reports. Usually a single general appropriation bill for the operation of the Government was passed, although in a few instances appropriations for specific purposes, some even specifying the source of revenue to pay for the appropriation, were approved. In December 1816, 11 standing legislative committees, including the Committee on Finance, were created. The Senate Finance Committee was responsible for reporting both revenue and appropriation bills until the 40th Congress, when the Senate decided--partly because the Civil War brought on $1 billion in expenditures for 1865 and over $100 million in interest on the national debt, and partly for partisan reasons--to assign appropriation bills to the new Committee on Appropriations. The Finance Committee continued to deal with revenue.
3.4 Between 1867 and 1968, the Senate Appropriations Committee's power over expenditures fluctuated. Control of executive agency expenditures was a constant problem for Congress. In 1870, the Anti-Deficiency Act was passed, which provided that agencies could not expend more money than was provided by Congress. While this act is considered to be a legislative landmark, the Attorney General's interpretation of the law nullified much of its intent.
3.5 The committee grew in both size and power until 1899, when the Senate rules were modified to transfer jurisdiction of many appropriation bills to the appropriate legislative committees. Following this rule change, the Appropriations Committee retained control of only deficiency, diplomatic and consular, District of Columbia, fortifications, legislative, and sundry civil appropriation bills.
For more information on the Antideficiency Act purpose, history, and requirements see Chapter 6, Availability of Appropriations: Amount
Principles of Federal Appropriations Law: Third Edition, Volume II
GAO-06-382SP, February 1, 2006
Summary (HTML) Full Report (PDF, 727 pages)
Do you know your history? What happened in 1899? The U.S. House and Senate pass The Sherman Anti-Trust Law and Clayton Act Sect. 8 "monopolies" Law. England passed companion Acts i.e., Anti Corruption Act to act in concert with the U.S. Acts of Congress.
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