This is a important reminder about systemic fraud.
And the Spell of Illusion…
Remember, I posted the government’s ridiculous $100 Trillion lawsuit against Winston Shrout, where I suspect he was becoming too popular and effective at exposing the truth about the fraudulent system.
Below are documents and videos revealing the shadows of modern civilization.
Like an onion, peel back the layers and you will be struck by the strong odor.
No longer a mystery why certain elite criminals are not prosecuted.
Institutional governance, including but not limited to the nations of the world, are hiding the fraudulent worldwide system.
Civilization is not what you were taught to believe, and here are details about the so called “rule of law” that shatters the myth.
The “System”, and the “Establishment” are based on deception,
it is fraudulent,
it is “legal” theft,
it is commercialization,
it is the current International Monetary System Rule Of Law.
Where the Central Bankers and Corporations are in control of a perpetual asset, aka “human capital”, and all citizens.
Documents and ancient script traces this deceptive system (rule of law) back to Babylon and the Roman Empire alongside royal bloodlines, the Jesuits and secret societies.
This is the foundation for institutional governance, banking, commerce, investment, insurance, security, military, and all the other trappings of civilization.
A spell that was cast upon all 188 nation states that are members of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
No man can serve two masters… -Matthew 6:24 (KJV)
…for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived. -Revelation 18:23 (KJV)
See Company Overview of American Bar Association Members/Northern Trust Collective Trust – Bond Core Plus Fund:
See Securities and Exchange Commission’s Annual Report Form 10-K for American Bar Association Members/Northern Trust Collective Tr:
See AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION MEMBERS/NORTHERN TRUST COLLECTIVE TRUST TENTH AMENDED AND RESTATED FUND DECLARATION STABLE ASSET RETURN FUND:
*[NOTE: Emphasis added for discussion purposes. I do not trust an attorney profiting from this fund.] ~Ron
1. Investment Objective. The investment objective of the Fund is to provide current income consistent with the preservation of principal and liquidity.
2. Investment Guidelines and Restrictions. The assets of the Fund shall be normally invested and reinvested in (a) so-called traditional investment contracts (“Traditional Investment Contracts”) pursuant to which the issuer of such contract (an insurance company, bank or other financial institution) agrees to pay stated interest over its term and repay principal at the end of its term (all such Traditional Investment Contracts shall be benefit responsive, meaning that they are responsive to qualifying withdrawal, transfer and benefit payment requests (“Benefit Responsive Withdrawals”) at book value and shall satisfy any other conditions as may be required so that each such contract can be accounted for and valued at book value under generally accepted accounting principles); (b) Synthetic GICs and associated underlying assets, which are arrangements comprised of investments in underlying fixed income debt securities (the “Underlying Securities”) and a separate contract (a “Benefit Responsive Contract”) issued by an insurance company, bank or other financial institution (a “Benefit Responsive Provider”) that allows the Fund to account for and value the Underlying Securities at book value and permits such Underlying Securities to be credited with interest at a rate agreed to with the Benefit Responsive Provider (which rate is adjusted periodically, but not below zero, to reflect the difference between book value and fair market value of the Underlying Securities) for purposes of permitting the contract to be accounted for and valued at book value under generally accepted accounting principles; and (c) other high quality fixed income instruments (collectively, “Short-term Investment Products”), including, but not limited to, notes, bonds and similar debt instruments of corporations, commercial paper, certificates of deposit and time deposits bankers’ acceptances, U.S. dollar-denominated instruments issued by foreign banks, foreign branches of U.S. banks, foreign governments, their political subdivisions, governmental authorities, agencies, instrumentalities, and supranational organizations, asset-backed securities, master notes and promissory notes, funding agreements, variable and indexed interest notes and repurchase agreements, and contracts to purchase securities on a “when-issued” basis.
The Fund also may invest in obligations of the United States and the agencies and instrumentalities thereof (“U.S. Government Obligations”), including bills and notes issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury and securities issued by agencies of the U.S. government, such as the Farmers Home Administration, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Small Business Administration, the Government National Mortgage Association, the General Services Administration and the Maritime Administration.
All the investments of the Fund may be made directly by the Fund or indirectly through its investment in other collective investment funds maintained by one or more banks, including those of the Trustee, so long as such collective investment funds have investment guidelines and restrictions substantially similar to those described herein.