National Currencies and Coins
Published on 10-13-2015 by THE REIGN OF THE HEAVENS SOCIETY POST
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC NOTICE
The Government of The United States of America has found some issues with the National Currency and Coins that may be of some interest to the International Community.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was sent a message from the Bank of North America asking ISO to add the Continental Dollar to the country code USA. It was specific to make sure the U.S. dollar was separate from the Continental Dollar.
Then the committee started brain storming about currency itself. A few interesting points came out of the conversation.
1: First Point was the credit river decision: LINK
2: Second Point was a particular case involving the Liberty Dollar which read:
Quote: The Liberty Dollars Case
In 2011, a man named Bernard van NotHaus was convicted of several federal charges in connection with a coin currency he created, called the Liberty Dollar. The prosecution of this case sent a wave of worry through local currency projects around the country. However, there were some important difference between van NotHaus’ coins and other local currencies. The Liberty Dollar coins had a “$” symbol, used the words “dollar,” “USA,” “Liberty,” “Trust in God” (instead of In God We Trust) and looked in design like coins of the national U.S. currency. According to the FBI, van NotHaus was found guilty on four counts: “making coins resembling U.S. coins; issuing, passing, selling, and possessing Liberty Dollar coins; issuing and passing Liberty Dollar coins intended for use as current money; and conspiring against the United States.”6 end quote
3: Third issue that came up was this statement in the Liberty Dollar Case: “and looked in design like coins of the national U.S. currency”.
Question: Since when did the U.S. ever have a national currency?
4: Then this was found: LINK
Please notice on that link that a national currency was issued by a public bank.
Here is information about the Third National Bank of Scranton:
“Commercial bank, national (federal) charter and Fed member, supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)” Source LINK
Notice that the listing had to be specific about (federal) when using the term “national”…
The reference to the ISO was for a specific reason.
Quote: “The International Organization for Standardization is committed to protecting the privacy of its members, customers, and other contacts.” Source LINK
The Bank of North America is hereby issuing a international public apology because the Bank of North America had no idea that ISO issued currency codes for private currency and not National Currency. It further did not realize that the ISO is a private membership association along with the United Nations. The Bank of North America did not realize that the United Nations can not exist as a public entity otherwise it would be liable for violating 194 national laws of countries in its daily activity. The Bank of North America further did not realize that in order to be a member of the United Nations and have its currency recognized by said United Nations, that it has to give up its National Currency and therefore its National Character thereby rendering its Nationals stateless.
The Government of The United States of America does appreciate ISO’s silence in the matter because if ISO were to issue a currency code or add the Continental Dollar to the USA country code, it would violate Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Thereby rendering the Continental Dollar a private fiat currency rather then a National Currency.
All of these facts are facts which renders a few questions:
1: How do judges sleep at night after rendering judgments in the form of fines under a constitution thereby claiming constitutional authority, and at the same time collect a currency that is not recognized by the (federal) United States nor the constitution from which authority is being claimed?
2: How does someone break a national law when the same entity gave up its nationality by enforcing the circulation a private currency not recognized by the enforcer?
3: How does a private organization create International law without the liability and authority of the law of nations or international law?
4: How does a (federal) United States circulate and enforce a currency it does not officially recognize and then claim it has been offended after it has offended itself with its own private currency that it does not recognize?
5: How can the (federal) United States pay its debt if it does not recognize the private currency it borrows, claim it as evidence of a debt and claim that to not re-issue it is an offense against itself?
6: How can the (federal) United States claim a currency that it does not recognize to be backed by oil and call it the petro-dollar?
7: How can the (federal) United States claim a nationality when it gave up its national currency and coin?
8: How can the (federal) United States require certain credentials to board a plane or use public property when it does not recognize the currency that is required to be used to purchase the credentials and the ticket to board the plane?
9: How can the (federal) United States internationally trade with other countries if it does not have a currency that it recognizes in circulation?
10: If the private currency is not recognized by the (federal) United States, how does it justify rendering people homeless by foreclosure within its courts?
These are just a few questions for the International Community to attempt to make sense of the existence of something that does not recognize its own existence…
The Continental Dollar has been re-introduced to the world, it is up to the world to come back to its senses and do the right thing because it is the right thing to do.