Published on 04-11-2015 by the American Herald
You are not going to believe this! A Human Rights case was heard by the Human Rights Tribunal- Link here! back in February 2015. The details of the case are basically the same as most cases. The difference is that one of the Human Rights Violators were “Freddie Mac”.
After the case was heard by the Human Rights Tribunal, the tort claimants were asked to file a quiet title action against the parties claiming the property in question and place the Human Rights Tribunal judgment in the case as evidence only.
This is what is not going to be believed.
History: The Company passed a Patriot Act of 2001 decreeing all of the rights of the people null and void and domestic terrorists in the name of safety. The Human Rights Tribunal saw the Patriot Act and decided that since the Company had given itself all of these extra liberties, then since all creations are equal, then the Human Rights Tribunal should have the exact same liberties as any other International entity.
Now all of a sudden, Freddie Mac has Constitutional Rights and Due Process Rights under the United States Constitution (which by the way, there is no such entity or constitution in existence). Further, the State of Minnesota has become involved and attempting to regulate a International Proceeding under State statute thereby protecting Freddie Mac under a due process clause, and a full faith and credit clause which never really existed under government authority. Isn’t Freddie Mac federal? Freddie Mac is seeking protection from the State of Minnesota from Human Rights violations. The federal venue is seeking state protections as a safe haven from Human Rights violations.
On or about the middle of March, Maryland throws a human rights defender in jail for two years on a charge that had already been proven false in a previous hearing as retaliation for finding Freddie Mac in violation of Human Rights. Details on that case will be forth coming.
So, instead of fixing or correcting the Human Rights Violations, retaliation in a meeting was the conversation of the day.
It is believed that the people in America have outgrown the Company and its tactics of power grab and greed. The general sense is that the people are simply tolerating the Company with eyes rolling every time the Company or one of its officers come up in a conversation. When anger turns to pity and a general sense of indifference, the Company has lost all moral standing because the corruption in the eyes of the people turns to finding ways to get away from it regardless of the consequences.
Self correction is the key to independence. Correcting oneself is the mark of an adult. Correction without council, correction without coercion or punishment shows character. Obviously all is lacking with the Company and the protest for correction ceases to be a viable answer.
Therefore, walking away and building something better is the only answer. If people cannot be corrected, nor will they correct themselves due to the ambition of winning, then all spiritual power is lost to those individuals that practice that juvenile behavior. At this point, the Company employees are no different than those they profess to traffick and punish in their private prisons,
or Maybe the Human Rights Tribunal is just being a big meany head!