"Jean provided a letter for the W9 on the webinar"
5-25-11.doc AIB Radio [download recording at talkshoe.com] [hard to hear words or additional comments in brackets] discussion on why the Queen of England is not the queen and therefore why the BAR and judges in this country have no authority. 25:xx I conditionally accept upon proof of claim of positive law that I have to have a state issued ID card to come into your business [to get a bank account]. I think it applies to all paperwork. I conditionally accept your offer that you cannot open a bank account for me upon proof of claim that you are not violating title 26 section 7201. That's called an attempt to evade or defeat a tax and interfering with a financial transaction. Where's the law that says your policy can override my due process with your enterprise. 1923 style manual, definition of sovereign on page 29 which is page 45 of the file when you get the link. The name of the sovereign is expressed with upper and lower case letters and no periods. So I can write Maria-Janet I cause there's no other Maria-Janets except me. You do not write John H. Doe. No periods after the H. And if you want to spell it out you have to write George the fifth. I'm still going to hold to my lower case with no capitals because there is a style manual out there and I'm trying to find it on my computer, that says upper and lower case still denotes a corporation. I have :maria-janet: I am known as, not identified, not my signature, its not my identification, I am simply known as. Tells the judge I am known as maria-janet. You will address me as maria-janet, nothing else. I conditionally accept your offer upon proof of claim that I am not known as maria-janet and that you do not have to address me as I tell you to address me. And I haven't had too much problem until I ran into Tenino [traffic court]. But even Tenino has to answer me before I answer them. 37:xx Whatever paper you get in your hand, if it has a dollar sign on it you pay it off with a money order and a redeem in lawful money indorsement on the back. If it does not have a dollar sign on it you give a conditional acceptance upon proof of claim that that that that that. And a couple of the drop dead statements that we're putting on our conditional acceptances that really dropped them dead on, the other thing is for you to say upon proof of claim that you do not have a tax liability for your Alternate Valuation on a Carry Over Basis under Title 26 2032 A e 11. And that ties you right back in to them having to have a bond so then you set it up upon proof of claim that you do not have to put up a hundred thousand dollar bond for your tax liability in the previous sentences, 3 and 4 in this one I'm looking at, when ordered to do so by me. Remember, the people are the only ones that can order. We are the living. They are the dead. We order them. We are the king and queen, rightfully so. The last drop dead sentence that we have on our conditional acceptances is that upon proof of claim that you have not received property from the decedent's estate under Title 26 subsection 1014 b. Again you're letting them know that you understand the taxable termination event information and where their liability really is. Let's take a look at 1014 b. The basis of property acquired from a decedent. What happens when they haul your butt into jail? Have they not taken the decedent's property of your body? If they have taken your body they have a tax liability for doing that and they're not paying the taxes. Caller: That would mean we'd have to get a CUSIP number on the case to see if they traded, am I right? Well yes. You get your CUSIP numbers. You get your DUNs numbers. But its more important to put this out there and say upon proof of claim that you have not received any property. You have to prove that you have not received the decedent's property from the estate. You have to prove that you have not violated section 1014 b. And you have to come in and prove that you have not violated 7201 and that you have not violated 2032 A e 11. This is far better than any request for admissions that anybody can accept or deny. Its unbelievable. Human beings make mistakes. … But they have a taxable liability. We as the people have a complete tax exemption up to 5 million dollars. So you gotta go spend it to get a refund. And you've got to pay it off with a private money order to get the refund. So you start cashing in your receipts to get your refund. The first is going to be kind of skinny cause you didn't have much money to begin with. But if you turn them all in the second year you get to spend everything you would get to spend normally plus everything you got a refund check on so the second year is double the refund. The third year you would get triple the refund and it wont take but a few years to get up to some serious money in your pocket. And whatever you spend, up to 5 million dollars, you get it right back in your pocket. That is in essence God's law. The people were never supposed to pay for anything. We are tax exempt. We don't have to pay the taxes. You do, treasurer, police officer, judge, attorney, agencies, department of social and health services director and sub director and sub sub sub directors and case workers, etc. They have to pay the taxes. Not the people. And when the agencies start paying their taxes and start paying the department of the treasury of the united states, which is the way it should be said, then that debt will not be there because all of those funds pay off the deficit that the government is trying to hang on the people. All you gotta do is make your capacity and standing work for you and always demand to redeem in lawful money. Its an oxymoron. They can't redeem in lawful money there is none. And they certainly can't deal in lawful money for you to pay anything in lawful money. So the only thing left available to any of those agents and agencies is the discharge [set off. Discharge is when payment is refused]. They have to go away and leave you alone. In terms of credit cards and utility bills, insurance premiums, medical premiums. All you gotta do...they have to give it back to you. You could pay for it with a lawful money order drawn with redeem in lawful money and they have to give you the services whether they want it or not and never ask you for another penny. Most of you people are making this so hard and so complicated and its really very simple. 46:xx 48:xx Caller: The money order that Jean went over, he also included the penalty for private use. 50:xx Title 18 section 513 A that is maybe a stronger section although I'm still researching it, on the issue of security. Its the section Jean brings forward on the definition of a security. Its called securities of estate and private entity. 'Whoever makes others or possesses a counterfeited security of a state or political subdivision or of an organization, ever makes others or possesses a forged security of a state or political subdivision thereof, or of an organization with intent to deceive another person, organization or government shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years or both.' But the security is not defined as having a maturity date of more than 9 months. I'm going to have Jean explain more on the webinar. But when we file the 8300 form under counterfeited activities and under fraudulent activities this in conjunction with the securities definition of title 26 I think would close the door on any kind of counterclaim by IRS or anybody else as they were doing with individuals submitting the 8300 form. There was quite a few people that got charged for submitting a 8300 form. But if you come back in with conditionally accept upon proof of claim that you did not utter or possess a counterfeited security. Now they gotta prove that their paperwork from the state which we know is all fraudulent, which is all counterfeited, now they have to prove it is not. 54:xx Caller: Well with that case out of England any case they create is fraud. [listen to first of this call] That's right. [She reads a long list of 'securities' and says] well that identifies pretty much everything they do. If you can take any of these items that they're gonna serve on you or they're gonna do on you like a mortgage, like a certificate of deposit, like a check or a draft or a warrant, and if you add the words lawful money the lower right hand corner of the front and the back they cannot claim it is a fraudulent item. Caller: You're saying on something that you're issuing. Yeah, they've got a check here. Everybody writes a check. Everybody writes a bond that you might want to do or any evidence of indebtedness. So if you take your coupons that you get on your utility bills, credit card account, whatever consumer account, and you go to pay for it even with your own check, if you add the words lawful money, I think things would change in a really big hurry. …If we all started using lawful money fractionalization would be cut out of the equation. Don't sign below this line. I conditionally accept your offer upon proof of claim that your bank manager provides the law that says I have to be told how I sign my contract. Or proof of claim that your policy can override due process and a contract. Are you trying to tell me that you can abrogate a contract? And every time they will say no. And every time I will say I have the right to make my contracts and sign my contracts however I choose to sign them. So I think you better go get your CEO of your credit union board and we better have a discussion about this. You gotta answer me before I answer you. Let me educate you a little bit. There's a liability on your side of the fence when you violate my contract. 1:07 I conditionally accept your offer upon proof of claim that you are not going to attempt to try and take property out of my estate. Upon proof of claim that you do not have a tax liability and that you are not violating title 26 section 7201. You don't have the luxury of interfering in my financial transaction. You don't have the luxury, banker teller or banker director, of abrogating my contract. So whatever you're going to do I conditionally accept it upon proof of claim that you prove your position right here and now or, you take my contract and you execute on it because if I walk out the door my first stop is the IRS office to lodge a complaint under 7201. And let me just give you a little bit of education. Do you know what the penalty is for that violation? Let me tell you. Its 20 years in prison and $100,000. And we might even get over here to the fraudulent security which is what you're trying to force me to do. And did you know that the penalty for that one is prison for 10 years? I'll have to go look to see how much the fine is. Its 20 years and $500,000. for anybody that utters or tries to get you to accept their policy when their policy violates those 2 sections. Did I understand you right? Am I hearing you right? Always formulate a question. When they give you an offer give them back a question. Am I hearing you right? Is it your intention to violate title 26 section 7201? Do you know what title 26 section 7201 is Ms. Teller? I think you better go get your director and you better find out. And you better leave that friendly person in the blue uniform at the door by the door. Because if I walk out the door the reporting transaction is going to be done because you will have been, abrogated my contract. You will have interfered with my financial transaction and my contract. Are you really sure that you want to accept that liability? I just need to know because whatever I have to do is contingent on what you do... And I've got about 15 more sections that you're violating and they probably all carry a minimum of 20 years per violation. And if I contact IRS with your violations of your banking that we all know you're doing those violation sections carry $50,000 penalties for each section. Are you really sure you want to accept that liability. They'll run for the supervisor who will come and will know you know what you're talking about. And if you always have a W9 form with you for everything, hand it to the director. Say; I need your tax ID number because I have to report these violations. That's all there is to it. They will give you and treat you like honey. And if they don't and they escort you to the door, well like I said don't cry over spilt milk when you tipped the glass over. And that's how a lot of people are dealing with the judges, the attorneys, the cops, the agency heads when they deny you what you go in and ask for, or when they bring charges against you that have no substance. 1:13 Caller: earlier you said 7201 was money laundering. Can you explain? I misquoted that. Its not money laundering, well it is, 7201 is an attempt to evade or defeat a tax. Caller: That's what they charged me for under willful failure to file. Correct. But you can never evade a tax because you don't owe any taxes. They're trying to get you to jump off the Niagra Falls bridge and get you to pay their tax. Its their tax. We are exempt up to 5 million dollars. Well I accept your offer upon proof of claim that I don't have a tax exemption up to 5 million dollars. Maybe its 7206. I have to go back and look it up. Study your laws. It doesn't really matter what the situation is. And I don't know much about anything, but I do know one thing. You gotta answer me before I answer you. And that's all there is to it. And if you think you're gonna make a claim on my estate I'm here to tell you I'm the representative. I'm here to tell you that I'm alive I am not dead. And when you try to assume and interfere with my contract, my financial transactions, you have a pretty hefty penalty to pay if you do this. Caller: Do you know what the law is that would hold the court to provide you with the 1099 A's and all? Jean goes over that in the webinars. Its in the instructions on the 8281. It says who must file. Caller: The courts have got to file but is there a title or a code to look that up so that the court would know that they knew what they were talking about. I've got a friend in court and he needs to find out what to look up to show that the court has got to be able to file this and if they've not filed it to hold their feet to the fire. Why? You do it under discovery. Number one you file suit against the court administrator. The CFO of the court or your county clerk which is your recorder of deeds. You file suit against them and say look you gotta provide this stuff whether you want to or not cause it says right in here you gotta file this and you gotta answer whether you filed it or not, yes or no. Caller: Okay, on the bills when you submit these, how long does it take to get your money back? We are hearing 10 days, but I do not have any first hand knowledge of that. We are hearing 2 to 4 months too. Jean provided a letter for the W9 on the webinar, I think it was on the 14 th, that you could submit to any attorney that says they have 10 days to give you that W9. I'm not real sure of the time frames. The stuff that I've done is out there but do I have a resolution? Have I received notice of anything? No. But I have received notice the private process [ ] pay off a child support claim, doing that pay off a mortgage claim and things like that and we do have some evidence of that. I don't know if you took all your receipts that you've stashed for the last 6 or 8 months or a year and put them together all on one paper and stapled them and added them all up and send in to IRS with redeem in lawful money on the back of it and on the front and sent them all in to IRS you'd get a refund check and I don't think it would take very long. 1:21 Caller: The receipts you've got to make a copy of all of them then put them on a paper and then mail them all in, correct? You make a copy for you and send the original into IRS. Redeem them. You have to spend to get the refund check. I'm having stamps made up [redeem in lawful money per 12 USC 411 due to the Department of the Treasury of the United States] and I'm taking them wherever I go. If I go out to lunch and I give back the receipt to the waitress its going to have my stamp on the back. You get a refund of everything you spend and everything you buy. Caller: Its my understanding that you do this at the end of the year when you send your tax forms in. There's nothing that says I can't do that quarterly. Discharge your bills that we covered several weeks back and its done at the end of the year. When you do the 1040 V it is the quarterly voucher that come back in and the long 1040 was for the end of the year. If you've received those checks you have to declare them probably on your 709 form or your 706 form which is your gift and estate taxes versus a 1040. And everybody signing a 1040 is committing perjury when you sign on it because your wages are not income. That's only one of the errors on the 1040 form. There's only 2 figures that goes on that 1040 form. One is the amount of the refund that you get and the other is the amount of your exemption that you've used. Caller: And the reason for that is that the term income in the upper left hand side has been stated by the supreme court as to be a profit and gain of a corporation. And the moneys that we receive on a W2 or a 1099 we receive them as a gift or an estate payment. Because of the amount of money that you're exempted on the gift or estate forms. Correct, because you are tax exempt. Now if you take every check that you get paid from your company that you're working with and you go to cash it and you redeem it in lawful money, at the end of the year you'll get every penny back. 1:26 Caller: No wonder they want us to do electronic banking. No, if you do electronic banking you take your statement and do the same thing with it. Me, I have the old fashioned hard check. I've had my pension and social security come after me 3 or 4 times. Automatic deposit, safety of your check. I said no way. I want the check. If somebody says we don't do it that way, I conditionally accept your offer to say you don't do it that way upon proof of claim that you don't have to give me any hard copy check if I ask you to do it. Caller: There is a notice on the social security check that I've been receiving, I think its March 1st 2013, all checks are to be deposited to the bank electronically. Again, I conditionally accept your offer upon proof of claim that I have to receive electronic deposits upon proof of claim that you do not have to give me a hard copy check when I ask you for it. When I tell you to give it to me. 1:28 Its just like the statement on the conditional acceptance. The statement says that you do not have to put up a hundred thousand dollar bond for your tax liability in numbers 2, 3, 3, 4, whatever, when ordered to do so by me. We are the kings, we are the queens. We get to order. They don't. Caller: earlier you mentioned that they presume we're dead. Well that's a mistake isn't it? Well a mistake under their commercial code section 1-103 once you mention mistake that means they're operating on a falsified record and they cannot proceed on a falsified record once you raise that issue that there's a mistake made under 1-103 that there's fundamental underlying principles of law. But you have to raise that issue. Upon proof of claim of everything that you just said. You see how easy this is to turn this around. Who ever offers you whatever, words, statements, papers, orders, you can always conditionally accept that offer and give them a counter offer back upon proof of claim. Caller: Does it matter how far back you go back on these? No. There is no statute of limitations on fraud. On bank statements, on bills, it doesn't matter how long its been? No cause they're all done under fraud. I've got checks that go back for years. I have to go back, add them all up and send them back in. You can go to your bank that you've been with for 20 years and it might cost you a hundred bucks, and go get a statement from the bank. Once you get those statements you take and redeem those statements. Everything you've spent has to come back to you. You might be able to do a conditional acceptance on the entire bank account. And you might be able to take a notice into the CEO of that credit union or bank; I am redeeming in lawful money each and every statement that had anything to do with me in your enterprise point A to point B. Or do a PDF [Public Disclosure Request] or a FOIA request to the bank; please produce these records and/or produce a statement that shows how much banking I did in your enterprise over the last 30 years. And they have to give me a statement with a dollar figure if I ask for it. I get to order them to do it. You spent those federal reserve notes. They have to redeem them back to you in lawful money because you get all the proceeds. Think of an electrical circuit. The circuit is never closed. The bank account is never closed because the proceeds have not come back to the source of all funds which is you. You can't settle and close an account until they bring everything back to the source of the funds. Caller: Do you send this to the IRS? What department? I believe that you send it back into the entity that you did business with. Send all your receipts to Ogden, or you might want to send it to Virginia, to the CID, I don't know. Caller: You have to send a letter with these receipts? Of course you do. You have to tell them what you're doing. The IRS letter in Zero Your Account is a wonderful letter. Here's all the records that I can find. I need to redeem them in lawful money. If you believe this is a fictitious transaction please notify me of any mistakes within 10 days so that I may correct any such mistakes. How hard is it to do that? And to settle and close the account back to the treasury direct, back to your social security number with the dashes. Look at Zero Your Account letters. You people think only the words on the page is only the words you can use. Learn those concepts. You can modify. You're the king, you're the queen, you can order, you can request. You can ask them to correct the mistake if there is a mistake and let you know what the mistake is. That's asking a question. That's giving a statement, an order. We all need to quit following and start leading. You are the beneficiary of the posterity. They're trying to steal from you. 1:37 I don't put Washington on my address. I just put Tenino and in the zip code brackets with the word near in front of it[near 12345] and it does the same thing as your general post and it comes to your door but I'm not in their political arena. That's how I do all of my contacts, written, verbally, mentally. Its all a contract. Its all a tax. Jean has shown us all of the authority in title 26. Now we have to practically apply what Jean has taught us. And if we have to hold these agents and agencies to 7201 and 513 A under title 18, so be it. And if I have to fill out a 4490 form on a judge or attorney or CEO for their tax evasion, or a mortgage company CFO, and we have to notify IRS with an 8300 and maybe a 3949, to let them know hey we got “persons” out here that are evading taxes, that are trying to defeat the tax, that are not paying the taxes and have incurred these fines and penalties. Don't shoot the messenger. I'm just the representative of the estate informing you of these violations and if there's a mistake in the violation please let me know so that I can correct the mistake, and that's probably going to be my next stamp so that every piece of paper that I do has that back door clause so they can't come and break down my door and say that I'm trying to utter a counterfeited security. 1:41 1:44 Title 16, 2032 A e 11 and the next one is title 26, 1014b. One of my people today took on the social services because they were going to cut off his 100% disability payments to have the assistance in his home at 95 for cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc. and he went right back to that supervisor of that agency and he said that upon proof of claim that you do not have to give me my entitlements. Upon proof of claim that you cannot cut off my services when I have your statement on appeal. He went right back at them with a proof of claim. Are you really willing to accept that liability? Are you really willing to take that risk? And the other person said I'm going to have to investigate that and I'll let you know. And of course you continually accept that offer to 'let you know' upon proof of claim that they're not dealing in counterfeited securities when they take their paper and cut off your services when you have a 100% disability. They can't do anything because its a taxable liability on them and its a criminal liability on them to utter something that they've done on their paperwork and have you think that its not fraudulent when the whole thing is fraudulent. Upon proof of claim that that OMB number that you're citing on your paperwork of your agency is properly identified in the table of contents in the Federal Registry. A lot of people don't understand that unless that's identified in the table of contents that registering it in the registry doesn't do a darn thing. 1:47 Because there is a section of their instructions where it all has to be identified in the table of contents. Caller: Are you talking about the Office of Management and Budget? Yes. Its telling you that whatever agency you're talking about you can conditionally accept whatever they say and do to you upon the condition that they prove that they don't have to register that into the table of contents when you know they do cause you read the instructions. Caller: They can't even ask you a question unless they have a form with an OMB number in the lower right hand corner. Whenever those criminals came to see me they always tried to trick me and I'd give em 5 minutes to hang themselves and I'd say is this the form you want me to fill out? And they'd say yeah. Well where's the OMB number on it? And see how fast they fold that back up and put it in their pocket.