Judge Anna von Reitz
Commerce works by implied contracts. If you “accept” these offers, you don’t know what you are “granting” in exchange. Oh, there’s a lot of hype and feel good crappola, but nothing specific, is there?
So these vermin are left to define the “contract” you entered with them by accepting these payments from them. Remember, all contracts have to be “equitable”—- so what are you giving up in “equitable exchange”?
Example — you go to a restaurant and order dinner. They bring the food. Are you expected to pay for it? Yes. Will they call the cops and try to intercept you if you try to leave without paying? Yes. Did you enter into an “implied contract” with them by ordering the food? Yes, you did.
Same thing here— there is a hidden quid pro quo. You are getting this money and that caps what you can ever ask or expect to get back—–and here’s the kicker—– you don’t know what these vermin owe you.
You might rush to get that six million, and then find out that because you did that, you were “presumed” to sign away your right to have six trillion.
Or, that you were “presumed” to “voluntarily donate” all the rest of what you were owed to “Swissindo”— whatever to hell that really is, and whoever controls and owns it.
Wake up and grow up, because these kinds of “offers” are going to be very common and very attractive and a lot of people will be dumb enough to fall right in line and set themselves up for perdition.