Of Canada And The USA

May Very Well Have A Lawful [*EQUITABLE] Claim to The Allodial Title Of North America (Turtle Island)

[Now, fraudulently claimed by the Limited Liability "CROWN" of England, a corporation owned by the Pontifex Maximus of the Holy Roman Empire, the Pope of Rome, as "CAESAR of the WORLD", through the City of London - still a Roman city. See: Magna Carta (1215) Article 13]

These claims were made by the Pontifex Maximus in the Papal Bulls (Executive Orders), UNAM SANCTAM in 1302, and others in the mid 1400s. However, these are false claims, as the Pope represents a 'christ' which is not Creator God, but is a false god called Mithra. Proof of this last statement can be found in the murder of thousands of people in Europe in the Middle Ages by the Catholic Inquisition - a policy totally contrary to the teachings of Joshua of Nazareth some 2,000 years ago.

* CLAIM IN EQUITY: The following text was used in a court case as recently as 1992

Professor Donovan Waters in his text "Law of Trusts in Canada", 2nd ed.(Toronto: Carswell, 1984), at p. 299, has the following to say;

"Broadly speaking, a resulting trust arises whenever legal or equitable title to property is in one party's name, but that party, because he is a fiduciary or gave no value for the property, is under an obligation to return it to the original title owner, or to the person who did give value for it."

The text makes known two types of title, legal and equitable. The one holding legal title is the one that bears the responsibility as legal owner. Point is, any party operating under statues or corporate law, any law other than nature, is a trustee (fiduciary).

Therefore, any account out there being held with any government or corporation, is your account and by that I mean your property. They are all trustees because not one of them gave value to your account.

That means you have the right to call for, demand if necessary, your account to be turned over to you, or, you could go for the duty for the trustee to perform as trustee to avoid breach of duty charges by making sure there is never any debt on the account(s) no matter how much is charged to them.

By: Eldon G. Warman




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