There’s plenty of material you can read about the One People’s Public Trust movement in the post I wrote yesterday below. I’m going to summarize for you why, in Dave’s opinion, there is a high likelihood this strategy will be successful. I’m going to skip over the “intention” aspects and the spiritual overtones for the purpose of this explanation although those are actually more important than the tools themselves, those aspects are subjective and debatable. I’m not not even going to elaborate on the legality of the documents because I’m not qualified and this post is based on an assumption that they were drafted and executed properly.
What I am going to address is the use of this movement as a negotiating tool, a strategic approach and a tactical weapon to neutralize overzealous government representatives. It’s essentially a squeeze play where you are using the UCC filing to claim that the government and the too-big-to-fail banks and the not-too-big-to-fail banks… failed. Evidently the UCC has to be rebutted, from a legal perspective, and what government or corporate leader is going to be willing to stand up and say that the people didn’t bail out the government when it failed during the credit crisis? Not one that I can think of.
If you ask Dave, the assertions in the UCC are fairly vague and global in nature and the UCC isn’t what this is all about anyway, although it lays the cornerstone. What is important about the UCC is that it creates a reference point that is recognized by the courts. That reference point is then referenced in the Courtesy Notice and that is what gives the Courtesy Notice some sharp teeth when it comes to intimidation and potential behavioral influence on governmental and banking agents.
……..–> read more here: http://guardianlv.com/2013/03/jd-oppt-will-it-really-work-yes-it-will-and-heres-why-video/