To Free A Lender-Owned Nation
The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.
III. The Treasury-Fed Coin-Swap Cover-Up
It depends upon what the meaning of the word "is" is.
[Bill Clinton testimony]
This is the third of four articles writing up a litigation I filed in federal court in San Francisco on December 28, 2011, against the U.S. Treasury. Johnson v. Department of the Treasury of the United States, et al. , case No. CV11 6684 (NJV). The suit alleges suppression of the great benefits that would accrue to the government, if United States notes were to replace Federal Reserve notes.
Part I introduces the issues.
Part II explains the scaffolding of facts and law that raises the issues.
Part III summarizes the "Treasury-Fed Coin-Swap Cover-Up," and uncovers the face-value fiat money tax.
Part IV uncovers the full interest relief, and concludes.
1. The Embarrassing Coin-Swap Proposal and the 21-Year Old Cover Model