Forty Aces and a Mule — Swissindo and Bondage in America

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Forty Aces and a Mule — Swissindo and Bondage in America


By Anna Von Reitz

First, I want a “Red Alert” to everyone that Cindy Kay Currier has a bunko record as long as my arm and many different aliases.  One of my readers (a retired private investigator) got interested enough to delve into her background and boy, what an eye-opener that was!  She’s an honest-to-goodness professional crook.

Buyer beware!
Very unscrupulous parties are at work in America, trying to do to us what they did to the freed plantations slaves after the Civil War.
They are trying to re-enslave us almost at the moment that we break free.
Look carefully at the UN-SWISSINDO paperwork.  What do you see?  Do the words “Human Obligation Bonds” jump out at you?  They should.
A bond is a promise.  There are many, many kinds of bonds.  A “human obligation bond” means that you are agreeing that you are a “human” — legally meaning: “monster, animal, color of a man” — basically, that you are not a man or woman, but “something like”— and that you are being obligated.
In this case, if you sign up for the Swissindo “giveaway”,  you are in fact being obligated to donate your estate — name, copyrights, labor, land, estate in sum total— for the benefit of UN–SWISSINDO in exchange for the pittance $1200 a month they agree to provide.
Not really “free money” is it?  Especially since they never inform you about what you are giving up “in exchange”.   No, they don’t come out and tell you that your estate is worth millions, if not billions, and that you are giving it to them for a bowl of porridge.
The Dutch East India slave traders were the ancestors of the Swissindo bankers today.  They made their money on slavery then and they are still making their money off of slavery now, even though it has been outlawed since 1926.  How do they do that?  By getting your to sign paperwork you don’t understand.
After the Civil War there was a similar program.  Freed plantation slaves were offered “forty acres of good land and a mule” which sounded pretty good to most of them.  So they signed up and they started farming their little plots and building small homes and barns and little communities.  All was well until the “obligation” part of the unseen bond kicked in.  The new landowners couldn’t pay all the taxes they were obligated to pay.  The government came back in and took everything, but the bond didn’t change.
Most of the former slaves were re-enslaved within three years, only this time the new owner was The United States of America, Inc.
If you sign up tor the UN-SWISSINDO bonds, you  and everything that is rightfully yours will be owned by two foreign corporations, and you will be stuck with a “lifetime residual lease income” of $1200 a month on an estate that is worth anywhere from a few million to a few billion.
Wake up, America.
Start demanding your due— your real due.
Start complaining about these foreign corporations operating on your shores to bilk the unsuspecting public.  This is an international law enforcement issue.  The UN-SWISSINDO operation needs to be recognized for what it is, and it and all similar scams promoting slavery and undisclosed “donation” of assets need to be shut down as organized crime syndicates.

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