Simply STOP/ABSTAIN from paying your mortgage or rent | Commentary

Simply stop/abstain from paying your mortgage or rent.

Sound Crazy, not as crazy as the idea that we have to "pay" to be alive, especially with money that was/is created out of thin air. In fact, some courts have ruled in your favor.

There has already been a precedent:

state of minnesota
county of scott
first national bank of montgomery vs. jerome daly

The money the banks issue is in fact, NOT LEGAL TENDER, and therefore, their claim to the home, having not put down any "true consideration" is in fact fraudulent, and this being said, since you are already living their, stewarding that space, so it will be that you remain. The idea that you need to pay the bank, which is the reason for the devalued dollar, through printing money out of thin air and then charging interest on it, is ridiculous.

The revolution in consciousness comes, when we realize we can all LIVE FREE, their is enough food (land for farming, space for living) etc., for us all. Without having to compete. If we can not see beyond the prison that the monetary system has painted over our eyes, and see the plain truth bright as mid day's sun shining down upon us, we are surely lost.

WE MUST IMMEDIATELY MOVE TO REMOVE all banking systems by non-compliance. Non-compliance is a what Gandhi used to stop the British occupation of India. Non-compliance would mean that we together, sit down, metaphorically and stop complying with all debts, and start building our local sustainable economy together from the ground up, with a foundation of ZERO DEBT/ZERO INTEREST, and then we can barter services/time/labor through a system of communication and cooperative agreement on value. Not as slaves or slave masters.

The banks never had the money to begin with to loan to us. And they do not even have the constitutional right to print, it, all loans are essentially void contracts, and THEY KNOW, WE'D WIN in court on this. Yet people are so caught up in the "rat maze" of paying rent, mortgages, slaving to get their needs met, that they do not realize this simple Truth. Here is more information for the inquiring mind.

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