College of Common Law

Debt Assistance

The Story of Money in the U.S.A.

According to law (Article 1 Section 10 of the U.S. Constitution) only gold and silver can be used to settle debts. The commercial scene, however, changed after the Depression of 1929.

The federal government’s taking of the people’s gold in 1933 would have been an act of treason on the parts of then President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Congress if the people were not given a remedy. That remedy was put in place with House Joint Resolution 192 which then became Public Law and Public Policy.

Since the people were left without lawful money to pay their debts, the new law and Public Policy provides for the people’s debts to be discharged, “.. .dollar for dollar...”, which means your mortgage should have been lawfully discharged as soon as you sat down at the closing table. Even if that event was not recognized, then your signing of the promissory note ("pn") was more than an even exchange for the credit created by your "lender". They did not lend you anything belonging to themselves. That pn was converted into a negotiable instrument, relieving you of any further obligation.  All of those other papers you signed are what got you into unilateral contracts which were void from the beginning since there was no disclosure. You had no knowledge of what was really going on “behind the scenes”.

How did your pn become such a money-maker for them?

Without gold and silver (which was removed in 1967) to back the currency we use, something else had to give the “pictures of dead presidents” value. That “something” is the labor and assets of the people, which results in the people being the creditors who supply the credit supporting the U.S. government and the monetary system. By the banking "fractional reserve" system, the value of payment instruments can be multiplied, so that your check for $100, for example, deposited into your account actually creates hundreds of dollars for the bank's usage. It's all done with digits in a computer.

Due to the current deceitful environment, you have every legal and moral right to replace the deed of trust that you signed at the closing table with documents that better reflect the truth of your ownership and enable you to hold your property in virtual allodium, free of mortgages, liens and maybe even taxes.