Contract Control

Responding to Offers or Demands; Private vs. Public; Creditor or Debtor; Being in Honor; Handling Presentments; Adhesion Contracts

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We have an unlimited ability to contract with our fellow human beings in any way that we choose. Our choices are dependent not upon our circumstances, but only upon our knowledge and will and creative intelligence.

Whether in commerce or law or life, whenever someone demands something from us, it is an offer to contract. There are only five ways we can respond to an offer to contract.
1) We can ignore;
2) We can argue or contest;
3) We can reject the offer or refuse for cause, without dishonor, as long as it is an erroneous claim and there is no liability evidenced (see UCC 3-501);
4) We can accept; or
5) We can conditionally accept.

Ignoring is dishonoring, both to the offerer and the offeree. In commerce, it means agreeing by acquiescence. If someone sends us a bill and we ignore it, we have committed a commercial dishonor and we have agreed that we owe it. They have become the creditor in the matter and we have become the debtor/ slave.

Arguing is dishonoring to everyone as well, no matter how righteous it seems. Ultimately, no points of view are absolutely valid and in a fight, force and deception are relied upon by all but the saintliest of parties. The loser will certainly become a debtor in the matter; the victor's creditorship may be a crime.

Honorably rejecting and the two ways of accepting are the only ways we can remain in honor and take full responsibility for our life and our world and not be a victim or a debtor. Full acceptance is appropriate when we agree with the substance and form of whatever is being offered. Conditional acceptance is more appropriate when we are not sure about those things.

All conditional acceptances are counter-offers: "Sure, I'll go to town with you if you help me clean up that mess first" OR "Sure, I'll accept that upon proof of your claim, in the form of a signed affidavit by you, under penalties of perjury and under your personal, unlimited commercial liability".

Learning how to accept conditionally is fundamental to learning how to remain in creditor relationship with and be able to freely control any situation.

Private vs. Public

It is important to know the difference between the private and the public, because we all have private and public identities and we can handle private and public affairs from the private, but we cannot handle private affairs from the public. This latter is one of the biggest mistakes many people make when trying to handle their commercial and lawful (private) or legal (public) affairs.

In our society, the private 'Strawman' was created by the application for the birth certificate; it is an international vessel in maritime law.

The public STRAWMAN was created by the application for the Social Security card; it is the national vessel in the law of admiralty.

John Doe is a non-resident alien in relation to the public. He exists in the republic. He has inalienable rights and unlimited liabilities.

JOHN DOE is a U.S. citizen. He exists in the democracy. He has benefits and obligations and limited liability.

In the private, money is an asset and always in the form of something that has intrinsic value, i.e. gold or silver. Payment for anything is in the form of commercial set off, now.

In the public, money is a liability and normally in the form of a promissory note, i.e. an FRN, a check, bond or note. Payment is in the form of discharge; in the future.

The private realm is the basis for all contract and commerce; the public was created by the bankruptcy of the private entity. Generally, creditors can operate from the private. Public entities are all debtors (or slaves).

Therefore, it is good to learn how to be a creditor in all of our affairs. Freedom is possible in the private; it is not even a valid fantasy in the realm of the public.

Creditor or Debtor

Playing well the game of commerce means being a creditor, not a debtor.

Debtors take positions, defend what they know and make statements about it; they ignore, argue and/or contest. Extreme debtor-minded people presume victimhood and seek to limit their liability. Debtors operate unwittingly from and within the public venue. They are satisfied with mere equitable title - they can own and operate, but not totally control their property. Debtor possibilities are limited and confining, as debtors are slaves.

Creditors are present to whatever opportunity arises; they ask questions to bring remedy if called for; they accept, either fully or conditionally. Accomplished creditors take full responsibility for their life, their finances and their world. Creditors understand and make use of their unlimited ability to contract privately with anyone they want at any time. They maintain legal title and control of their property. Creditor possibilities are infinite. Creditors are sovereign and free.

Being in Honor

Whether dealing with creditors, debt, collectors, the tax man, a cop, an agent, clerk or a judge, it is essential to be in honor to effectively handle commercial offers and demands. Actually, this is true of all of human relating and it is the only way to really be in integrity. It is also the only way to deserve to be confident to win.

So, #1 rule: If you're not in honor, get in honor. If you are in honor, stay in honor.

How? Simple. First, never ignore. To ignore is to dishonor and, in fact, to ignore is to agree by acquiescence with whomever is confronting you. Always respond timely to whatever is in front of you.

Secondly, never argue. Turn any argument you might ever be inclined to make into a conditional acceptance. They may look very similar, but the difference is the same as between night and day. Also, every conditional acceptence is a counter-offer and the only offer that is ever relevent is the one on top - for the moment, yours, and you are in control of the matter. Ex.: "I'll accept that upon proof of bona-fide claim in the form of a signed affidavit by you under penalty of perjury and under your own personal, unlimited commerical liablility within 30 days."

Thirdly: Generally, avoid making positive statements that someone can challenge you to prove. Sovereigns never put themselves into position to ever have to prove anything; we always put the burden of proof upon whomever may be challenging us. Therefore turn positive statements into negative averments and/or questions.

An averment that is negative in form but affirmative in substance must be proved by the alleging party. “There is no evidence that I am not correct in this matter and there is no evidence that you are not wrong in this matter, and I don’t believe that any such evidence exists.” You’re stating what is not; not what is.

Questions are our most effective tools. Who controls any conversation? He or she who asks the questions. Watch, for instance, how judges always answer questions with questions - it behooves the sovereign to do the same thing.

Even our court system is a commercial venue. Let's say a so-called creditor has taken you, John Doe, to court. In your first turn to speak, you may say: "Your honor, there appears to be no evidence that BoA is in honor in this matter [neg. aver.]; there doesn't seem to exist any evidence that John Doe has not been in honor in this entire process [another neg. aver.]; does any reason exist that this case should not be immediately resolved in favor of John Doe? [question]

If judges answered questions, the judge would almost have no choice other than to agree. Much more likely though, the judge may respond with: "Well didn't you use that credit card; didn't you buy lots of items with it?"

At this point, if you were to respond with: "Yes, but...", you probably wouldn't get too far past the 'but' when the judge would interrupt and say "Judgement in favor of the plaintiff".

A sovereign would instead come back with another question: "Well, isn't that a moot point, your honor? Again, there doesn't appear to be any evidence that..." Get the point?

Another example, making good use of questions, illustrates what is called a 'confession and avoidance', a response in which the accused admits (via passive acquiescence) the allegations but asks for additional facts that deprive the admitted facts of an adverse legal effect.

Accusation: "Is this your signature on this document?"

Response(s): "Is there a defect in that instrument?"

“Well tell me the defect is and I’ll correct it.”

“Well, if there is no defect in the instrument, then why are you here?”

“Why should I answer your question when you can’t even answer mine?” “Are you telling me that you are not even qualified to make any determinations on that negotiable instrument?" “Why are you here?”

Do you see how effective questions can be? See: Play a game?; also: Top Things the Police Don't Want You to Know - Top Questions for an FBI Agent - Top Things Banks Don't Want You to Know, 3/14

Regarding answering Questions: Why don't politicians answer questions?, 5/1/15; Why can't politicians answer this simple question?, 10/29/15; Answer the f**king question!, 4/17/16; Kellyanne Conway's interview tricks, explained, 2/13/17; Justin Trudeau refuses to answer a simple question... 18 TIMES!, 5/15/17; To: DO NOT ANSWER TO ANY QUESTION DIRECTLY! IT IS A CRAAAZY WORLD WE TOLERATE TO LIVE IN!, 6/12/18

You can talk to 20 different people and you're likely to get 20 different answers as to what sovereignty is all about, but the truth is that sovereignty is about one thing: Your ability to control your property and your freedom, starting with your body and your mind. If you can do this, you are sovereign.

Another way to define sovereignty: Your ability to control your contracting. Obviously, there are billions of us on this planet, but we can all control our contracting by remembering to be and stay in honor.

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Handling Presentments: Presentments Index; Notary Presentment: Notary statutes by STATE; Notary Certificate of Dishonor Process^; American Society of Notaries; Law Works public files - Notary Handbooks; Piombino's Notary Handbook^; Manual^; Honor-Dishonor; Anderson's Notary Manual^; Notary Acceptor; Freedom Notary Referral; Notary public wikipedia; Notary Presentment Judgment Enforcement & Recovery; Signing Notary Documents while Staying at Home? Completely Possible!, 12/19/15

Conditional Acceptance: How to do a Conditional Acceptance; again; 5 in 1 conditional acceptance template
Negative Averment: Denial of Corporate Existence

Acceptance for Value: Winston Shrout: Accepted For Value, 9/2/9; Offer and Acceptance; Guy Euden: AfV; Pt. 2; What does AfV mean?; again; 2/12/10 format; Successful AfV of car insurance; Heru-Amon: Understanding AfV; pt2; coupon to money order; vesselassist; from 2012 book; examples; docs; “ACCEPTED FOR VALUE” ( A4V ) U.C.C. COMMERCIAL REMEDY, 4/12/17

No Consent: Douglas Michael Bleich: A Public Declaration: Notice of Immediate Withdrawal of Consent, 8/4/10; Do Not Consent: The Path to American Freedom, 10/2/11; I Hereby Secede, 12/30/11; Truth About Your Consent, 8/19/14; How the Cabal Maintains Their Power And What You Need To Do To Stop It - Un-Consent | Beyond BRICS: Exposing the Rats, 4/3/15; Withdrawal of Consent, 6/7/16; REVOCATION OF GOVERNMENT, 5/21/17; Consent – or Else, 3/8/19

Notice of Liability: InPower Episode #1: A Mass Action of Liability, 8/29/17

Enforcement: Extract from Title 18 US Code
Fee Schedule: Restore the Republic; Colorado Sovereign Files Fee Schedule with Denver, 9/9/11; Generic Notice of Fee Schedule for Colorado Man/Woman; How to Make and File a Fee Schedule for Protection Against Corporate Abuse, 9/26/11; again, more comprehensive, 9/28/11

Recording Interactions: Recording Calls, Legally; Can we tape? - A Practical Guide to Taping Phone Calls and In-Person Conversations in the 50 States and D.C.

Negotiation: How to Haggle Like Your Old Man, 5/11/11; Ten Worst Things You Can Do In A Negotiation, 12/31/15

Adhesion Contracts: Passport; Driver's License; George Mercier: Invisible Contracts^; "Social Contract" Is a Fraud; Anyone Trying to Enforce It Is Acting Criminally, 9/7/14; Underworld Death Dealing Practices Of The Elite | Birth, Marriage and Death Estate Are Seized and Traded By The Government, 4/1/15
Birth Certificate: Birth Certificate; Where to Write for Vital Records; Structure of the Birth Certificate; again; State Birth Certificates; Fed Res.Acct. in Which the B/C was Deposited; Got a Birth Certificate? You are a Fictitious Corporation; Babies Without Birth Certificates; Jordan Maxwell: Stock Market & Birth Certificates; HD Tyranny: Never Been Born, 3/2/11; U.N. inadvertently confirms “Freeman” concept, 10/22/11; Birth Certificates and Remedies, 1/10/12; Birth Certificate... Tracking Its Movement, 1/15/12; Birth Certificate Bond, 1/19/12
Marriage License: Common Law Marriage; Revoke Marriage License
Social Security Number: SSN Not Required Policy Manual^; SSNs Can Be Predicted With Public Information; Open a Bank Account without SSN#; 9 Digits Some Call A Social Security Number; Report to Congress on Options for Enhancing the Social Security Card - the card stock sequence #; Affidavit of Revocation and Rescission SSN; Colin Powell Mis-Statement Concerning the Social Security System; Having an SSN is not a contract with the State, 7/4/12

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