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Lifting the Veil on Our Debt Slavery

February 23, 2016


Are we, our families and everything we own collateral on the national debt?

"Everything you think you own has a hidden lien on it, and the banksters own the lien."

Our currency takes the form of IOU's to the central bankers. 

Why are the bankers creating a police state? 

Do they plan to call in their IOU's? 

"You are no longer a sovereign citizen with inalienable rights to life, liberty, 

property and the pursuit of happiness. You wake up to discover that you own nothing." 

By George L. Gaboury - (November 2009) 

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We're lucky if once in a generation a shocking little book (like this one) comes along that clearly shows the major camouflaged mechanism contributing so much today to the devastating suffering of the world. 

This book clearly show how the primary mechanism in question is fraudulent liened fiat I.O.U. notes created out of nothing masquerading everywhere as "money", lent out by the trillions at interest from monopolistic international-banker owned private corporate creditor central banks to compromised bankrupted perpetual debtor governments and oblivious citizens world wide. As strange or complex as this may sound, the book clearly explains and demonstrates the truth of it.

You wake up from reading this book to realize that you are no longer a sovereign citizen with inalienable rights to life, liberty, property and the pursuit of happiness. You wake up to discover that you own nothing. Everything you think you own has a hidden lien on it, and the banksters own the lien. You discover that they also have a hidden lien on you yourself. You are a debtor to the banksters with no rights and no means to repay the debt to restore your rights. 

You and your loved ones have become a legal piece of property owned by the banksters themselves. Any rights you think you have are merely privileges' - all revocable at any time by the banksters and their coerced government henchmen as they see fit for their benefit - not yours. Any infraction by you of your "privileges" can result in their seizure of anything or everything you own or any children you have custody of according to their ever changing rules. Perhaps this is what is really meant by noted official's goals to create a new world order based on feudalism...

Historical analysis has shown how maturing civilizations suffer a horrible death through implosion and or invasion when they are blocked from critical reform by selfish interests such as the bankster's mechanisms described in this book. Let this not be us.

I am breaking with my usual tradition and giving this book a 5 star rating even though the book lacks an index. The information inside is just too precious, so this is a book to wear down your highlighter to mark up its most significant passages for your later review.

It has been said that the price of liberty is eternal vigilance. Please be vigilant where it counts and read this book. It's that important.


Author Interview with Alex Jones 

Judge Anna Von Reitz cover the same material. Free PDF to the book is available here.

Anthony Migchels The few Banks that Own it All 


Review from the Idaho Observer

Seldom in history does a book come along where readers comment that it should be in the home of every American family, and placed on the mantle right next to the family Bible. But that is what readers of this book are saying. With very simple grammar, They Own It All tackles a subject craftily hidden from the average man - the true nature of modern currency and its impact on his personal life and freedom... 

The authors how Federal Reserve Notes are really the privately-owned property of the private offshore corporation known as the Federal Reserve System. You do not own what is in your pocket because it belongs to "them". Worse, the authors show how the currency carries a hidden lien that contaminates everything which is transacted for it. 

Hence, "THEY" own it all by hidden liens, which represent the creditors' 100% interest in all transactions. Since you own nothing, you are devoid of all rights. How? Even to exert the most basic of rights, the right of contract, you must have your own unliened property with which to offer. If you are using the property of a third party, you are beholden to his terms and conditions (agency regulations) for its use. 

Worse, since it is a product in international commerce, it has compelled you into admiralty jurisdiction and lifted you off both the land and common law. It is from the common law that you once had unalienable rights. Today, those unalienable rights (given by the Creator) have been replaced with privileges and immunities given to you by the Creditor. You are a debtor (using debt notes). Debtors do not have any rights. You are legally chattel (property of the Creditor) in the eyes of the law through your voluntary use of, and transactions with, the toxic debt currency. 

This book explains the difference between transactions with gold and silver coin within the common law, and negotiable instruments in international admiralty law. It is night and day. You have neither title, rights, nor interest with negotiable instruments (currency) but possession by "privileges" only. You will discover that what you think are your courts are really Admiralty courts of the Creditor. Your courts were silenced when your gold (wealth) was stolen by your government (servants) in 1933, with a bankruptcy of the government admitted in the Congressional record. Hence, the American government, which is insolvent, is acting at the behest of its hidden creditor, as would anyone in a perpetual Chapter 11. 

This masterfully written and documented book will ultimately become an American classic. It should be in every home and library, to educate all of us on the real nature of "money" and how the international bankers can control every aspect of your life simply by controlling (owning) the currency. Knowledge will provide the means to remedy the situation both on a personal level and national level, and with education of our children, prevent it from ever happening again. 

The authors' treatise on transacting in gold/silver coin within the common law is priceless, as well as Appendix H. The latter is a document from a major taxing agency in California that returned lawful money (gold coin) of the United States submitted to the agency in payment of alleged taxes. The agency called the coin an "invalid financial document". The authors cited a recent federal case that went all the way to the Supreme Court, in which the district court determined that lawful money (gold coin) is literally invisible to the government! So what are we doing continuing our transactions in "their" property? 

Understanding the underlying problem provides the means for the remedy, including instant remedies. Reading this book will expose the invisible "Matrix". And, when the invisible becomes visible, it will remain so for all time. They Own It All (Including You!) provides the means for Americans to take their country back and become the master of their servant government again. It may be the only book one needs to take to a "Tea Party", as the book is the first since the imposition of the income tax to identify what "income" really is. (Hint: it deals with transaction in Federal Reserve Notes.) It is not just a must-read. It is an essential read, since it connects the remaining dots that even those schooled in the cause of freedom for years have likely missed. 

New First Comment by Bill D:

The biggest factor keeping us all in debt slavery is the widespread misunderstanding that money itself is wealth. It isn't, it never was and never will be.

Money can only  ever be a mere numbering or accounting system. Christ didn't say that money is the root of all evil, he said the love of money was. This was a pointed condemnation of giving to money as a mere numbering system a status and belief that it doesn't warrant. 

If I have a certain weight of butter, for example, say a pound (about 500 grams), and it's sale price is $2, the real wealth does not reside in the $2, or 500 grams or one pound of weight measurement. The wealth resides in the butter. The rest is only measurements established for convenience of production and trade or distribution.

Arguments advocating that money be based on a so-called precious metal are appallingly silly. What if a country had lots of productive capacity and a population requiring that production but no gold or silver. Should everyone just sit down and weep and die of starvation and the cold. It is an insult to the enormous physical abundance provided by God for anyone to argue that because there is a shortage of numbers (money in this case) we cannot all enjoy a high degree of material security.

The sensible solution is to first grasp that modern money is just a computer generated numbering or accounting system. For the production and distribution systems to function well in any society there must always be an equilibrium between the prices (i.e. the monetary costs) that have been generated in the production and distribution systems and the purchasing power required to be in the hands of consumers, which is everyone. 

The so-called problem of unemployment is a result of making use of modern labour-saving technology. In a sane society this should be counted as a blessing that is giving greater freedom to every individual. The suggestion of the Social Credit advocates is that knowledge gained and built upon over countless eons and which has given us modern technology is common property and should benefit all. 

It is perfectly natural and sensible that the various components of the production system (the factories, farms, shops, etc) be owned and operated by those who are the most skilled and interested in such endeavour. But since the knowledge behind modern technology has largely passed into the common heritage and is thus common property it is just and right that everyone has access to the fruits of the production system. This is also a reflection of the non-earned physical gifts that the Creator has given to all of us. 

The puritanical view that no-one should eat unless they have worked is always taken to extremes by those who reject the truth that the true God is a God of love and abundance in all things. This appalling lie dominates everything taught in the schools of economics and has allowed the destructive anti-human debt-banking system to grow into a cruel dictatorship.

As technology displaces labour in production, it is perfectly sane and just that a "dividend" (a sort of earnings of the machines) be paid equally to every member of a society. The process of calculating how much this should be has nothing to do with ethics or morals but is a matter of simple accountancy. 

The so-called national debt is mere trickery, it is a confidence trick, an outright lie based on hatred of others. Behind this lie is the satanic plan to enslave everyone. 

Whenever love, real love that recognises that every singe human being is potentially creative in a myriad of ways and capable of reflecting God's love, is allowed expression it enhances life. Whenever hatred and lies dominate we experience aspects of hell on earth, such as debt slavery.

Ken Adachi writes:

I realize the article is 7 years old, but the conclusions are overly cynical and defeatist in tone. Let's face it: the guy's goal was to sell books, so he plays up the you-can't-do-anything-about-it enslavement angle. If you don't want to be recognized as a 14th Amendment "U.S. Citizen", you can break the nexus, get rid of the license tethers,  and establish yourself on the "private side." Plenty of people have done it. It's stupid to buy into this cynical meme that they "own you." 

Tony B (see comments) is right. You can't carry around a bag of gold to buy groceries. And who is so dumb that they're going to pay $1250 in FRNs for one ounce of gold? No matter what system of currency is used, lasting value always remains with the things that are important to people: property, a house, livestock, agriculture, farming, fine paintings, quality antique furniture, rare and fine musical instruments, etc., and above all - one's industry, dedication, and the fruit of labor.

 These are the things that have lasting value and will always find a means of exchange, even if it meant using some other country's currency, like the Swiss Franc. In the worst case scenario, if the dollar becomes worthless, local communities will print their own script or the state will print its own script and life will go on. But there is no reason to assume the US dollar is going to tank because there's no other currency in the world that's in a position to replace it. The Yuan? Brazilian money? Indian money? The Ruble? Are you kidding me?  Just because you have these endless internet gurus predicting an "economic collapse" in the next year, or two or three, DOESN'T MEAN it's going to happen because they SAY it's going to happen. Do you realize how many Doom & Gloom internet predictions have gone bust year, after year, after year -- after year?  Think back to the angst stupidity being peddled SIXTEEN YEARS ago with Y2K. How about the Shamita, "Blood Moon" economic collapse nonsense being cranked out last September/October by the Rabbi Kahn man and his disciples? 

The desire, will, and ACTION of the people around the world who routinely use the US dollar, along with the will and action of the American people, will have something to do with the continued employment of the US dollar as a currency medium, even if it is a Federal Reserve Note. We all know the Illuminati wants to establish the cashless society, but you don't have to cooperate with their plans to enslave you. Whenever some Illuminated company insists that you have to pay with a credit card and not use cash, you tell them you will no longer give them your business. If enough people respond in a similar manner, they will soon drop the credit card only requirement. Putting your money in a bank is dumb. If you have lots of money, buy tangible assets or open a Swiss bank account or better yet, loan the money to your kids to buy a house, and cut the bank out of the picture altogether. If you must use checks and have a credit card (I never do), then use a credit union, not a bank. Banks can steal a portion of your savings or checking account if they decide they need a "bail in."  Your options are only limited by your imagination --and your mindset. 

Comments for "Lifting the Veil on Our Debt Slavery"

Tony B said (February 26, 2016):

Tony B:

Here we go again with the "gold is the answer" baloney. For the trillionth time: the problem is not, was not, never will be, the physical components of money, it is, was, and always will be, creating "money" and circulating it as DEBT AT USURY. Anyone who thinks this can not occur when a commodity is called "money" (gold being the most mentioned commodity as well as the most impossible to use as an exchange medium) is totally ignorant of the true nature of money. Moreover, the great bulk of exchange medium is not created as ANY physical component, it is nothing but computer entries of figures added and subtracted by other computers and sometimes kept track of on pieces of paper, usually called "checks," but more and more often not even that.

Also, anyone who truthfully tells how the federal reserve robs Americans but does not mention that it is but a franchise of the Rothschild cabal in its City of London, wherein the same criminals rob equally almost every nation on earth, is lying by omission. Or possibly worse, by, again, ignorance.

Thomas A said (February 25, 2016):

Gold and silver are the only lawful and constitutional money. They are the only type of money mentioned in the Constitution. Government notes like U.S. notes are not lawful and constitutional money at least not in the minds of those who wrote and adopted the Constitution. The original draft of the Constitution contained a provision authorizing Congress to issue government notes, called bills of credit. That provision was removed before sending it to the States for adoption. If people really understood how the gold standard operated, they would see that it is a system that trusts the people instead of politicians and bureaucrats and can operate without government or banks. People who favor the government issuing and spending into circulation government notes like U.S. notes are in effect saying that they trust politicians and bureaucrats and distrust the people. I discuss these issues in more detail in articles that I have written and can be found at

No statute enacted by man can repeal the inexorable laws of nature. – Warren Harding

Derek said (February 25, 2016):

The authors are not claiming that "gold is the answer" – they are stating that LAWFUL, CONSTITUTIONAL MONEY is the answer. Read the book; don't jump to conclusions!

Excerpt from a radio interview posted at Abel Danger []:

"Remedy: If this entire economy collapses today, and we are holding worthless Federal Reserve Notes – which they are anyway – our remedy, very quickly, is to start our printing presses in our State and put out scrip that we, ourselves, own, backed by our labor; and we can exchange them amongst ourselves, because we trust our own possessions and our own wealth." – Ron MacDonald (Become Vocal Local! radio show 2009-12-02)

Anon said (February 25, 2016):

Tony B may calm down. To escape the matrix needs no gold, merely Title 12 Sec 411.

The bogus oxymoron "sovereign citizen" slogan which Gaboury parrots Lenin could admire. It's doublethink cop training by the usual suspects. Nobody else takes it seriously. Knowledge easily defeats the matrix. Carl Miller's pal got funny audio of cops who pulled him over for lacking plates.

Paul said (February 24, 2016):

n the States after Obamacare came in and along with it the right of doctors to examine children on their own without parents present to check for "abuse" a father complained to a doctor. He didn't want his child alone with the doctor. The staff rightly said, "You've given up your right."

This is what few Canadians realize. When we refuse to take care of ourselves and let government take care of us and go into debt for us, we lose control of our lives. It's very simple and yet very profound. Recently I was fired from a job and refused to go on EI which puts the government into debt. People criticize me saying I 'paid into it'. I'm more concerned though about government debt than about my own comfort.

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