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Longstanding investor in Looksmart (& a 67 yr old ex-tradesman), who has a passionate interest in the problems of newspapers along with their success in all their monetisation attempts made, on the web. For the "times are indeed, a changin", I feel. [17th of Aug, 2011 - Print media... More
  • We Live In Interesting Times 1 comment
    Sep 30, 2013 9:10 PM

    "By default, the Vatican presumed the position of the primary trustee of the Global Estate Trust by the apostolic succession from Peter."

    That would seem pretty clear or, can be arrived at. (Hadn't ever been rebutted.)

    ........."Until JT McBride called the Vatican and Crown on their breach of trust via the world legal/commercial court system, they were not accountable, responsible, or obligated to bring a cure to their breach of fiduciary duty to the Creator - to administer the Global Estate Trust for the People's benefit."


    If I may be bold enough to say (and to be a touch critical as such), I feel there is a need to emphasize - that people need to realize that Pope Francis (as had all previous Popes preceding him), has TWO distinct yet separate "roles", that he plays.

    a) Head of the Roman Catholic Church

    b) Head of the Holy SEE, that controls the "Global Estate Trust" answering only to St Peter's Chair.

    So what I am saying (and in time, I will prove so - within the Federal Court of Australia), is that ALL Trusts established by Corporations around the world are deceptively fraudulent (UNlawful), and must be destroyed.

    In the very 1st instance remedy can be sought (and be justifiably administered as such by the Court's ruling, in Law), and as a consequence this will then ultimately cause the demise of or, will completely destroy MONEY - as we know it.

    .."A legal remedy (also judicial relief) is the means with which a court of law, usually in the exercise of civil law jurisdiction, enforces a right, imposes a penalty, or makes another court order to impose its will."


    The Chair of Saint Peter - Creditor to Bankruptcy of THE CITY OF DETROIT

    Uploaded on Sep 23, 2013

    United States Bankruptcy Court
    Eastern District of Michigan
    Case 13-53846 - City of Detroit
    19 September A.D. 2013

    Matter: [#493] Notice of Eligibility Objection - Filed by Creditor The Chair of Saint Peter - Presenting the people of the City of Detroit


    Always, only an opinion.


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    If we get to see the total collapse of the corporations and MONEY, it is then 60% on the right track, to go forward with. That other 40% is in itself, a night-mare of thought.


    That realization that there's a need for people to 'work for and on behalf of, each other' - all as caring humans, becomes the highest hurdle for us all to get over.
    30 Sep 2013, 10:05 PM Reply Like
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