“Also, by not declaring it a crime and providing equal access to the law, you and your family are trapped in these civil tribunals with no way out. You cannot get out of the civil tribunal and into a court of common law, and instead are subjected to statutes, codes and regulations that separate you from the law. Here you have no rights, no protections and cannot claim any, most especially anything Constitutional. The Constitutions, both State and Federal have no application here. And this also is intentional. This is not an oversight, or something they just simply forgot to include. They know exactly what they are doing, or not doing whatever the case may be.”Most of us who have been battling the abuse of the elderly or those who just simply have assets that a predator in this system has decided they want, have operated under the idea that the system just needed repairing. If we just passed a new law. If we just readjusted the statutes. If we just went to the right representative or senator and got their attention, a lot of this corruption would be done away with; we would be safe from this growing class of predators who game the system for profit. It is my opinion that we have been addressing this issue from the wrong angle.
The system is not broken or not functioning as it was intended; it is operating exactly the way it was intended. That is what we failed to realize.
There are few of us who have met with politicians and other officials who have not come away with the deep sense of disbelief with what we encountered while visiting with them. The feigned ignorance of the issues. The platitudes and pandering along with the condescension can be stifling.
Always these meetings come with the promises that they will look into it and do what ever they can to help. Only they don’t. Many elected officials openly express their disdain for the fact that they were confronted with these issues. After all, plausible deniability is paramount to escaping accountability. Once they are faced with the evidence, many become quite irritated.
You are talking about the organizations and professional unions like the BAR Associations who not only contribute massive amounts of money to political re-election coffers, but who also put all of this in place to begin with. You just caused a tremor in their bank accounts. And besides, they have really important things to worry about…and obviously the kidnapping, psychological torture, estate theft and eventual medical murder in many cases, of the elderly, isn’t one of those things.
To placate the public, to appease them and make them go away, we get fluff & buff bills that appear on the surface to address the issues inherent in this scheme of human trafficking for profit. Only the bills themselves are a sham. Regardless of the language, and no matter what level of the warm fuzzies it gives you to read these bills, the fact is, they are useless.
As an example: A bill might read that “isolation of an elderly individual is strictly prohibited”. That’s a good start…right? But what should have followed that but is intentionally omitted?
- A declaration that to do so is a CRIME.
- Who would this bill be directed towards? Professional fiduciaries? Attorneys?
- Anyone regardless of position or relationship?
- And that crime is punishable under what authority? What law?
- What type of crime is it? A class of felony? A misdemeanor? What?
- What would punishment consist of? Jail time? Fines? Restitution?
- What would be the proper agency for enforcement?
- What would enforcement consist of?
These are just basic inclusions, but the fact is, without these minimal inclusions in these bills they are nothing more than wasted paper. And they are a waste of your time. Also, by not declaring it a crime and providing equal access to the law, you and your family are trapped in these civil tribunals with no way out. You cannot get out of the civil tribunal and into a court of common law, and instead are subjected to statutes, codes and regulations that separate you from the law. Here you have no rights, no protections and cannot claim any, most especially anything Constitutional. The Constitutions, both State and Federal have no application here. And this also is intentional. This is not an oversight, or something they just simply forgot to include. They know exactly what they are doing, or not doing whatever the case may be.
Over the last year, I have been contacted by families and individuals from several different countries exposing the fact that this system of human trafficking for profit has been implemented in virtually every one of them. While there may be slight differences in terminology due to language, or possibly structural differences as to how it is assembled based on the type of government employed in a country, the program is the exact replica of the program running here in the US. This is no accident. This is a global effort to to rid the populations of the elderly who are no longer taxable and seen as non-producers. This global culling is accomplished through a pyramid of agencies that are operating globally with a few of them operating quietly behind the scenes.
This system starts at the state level, spreads to the federal level. Then moves to the international community and becomes a global operation.
At some point we will have to accept the fact that no one in a position to end this system is about to do so. We need to be rethinking how we intend to end this as it is apparent that only we, the public can or will. Until we do, this global culling of the elderly will continue and although this is not the first time in world history this has happened, it is the first time it is done without a shot fired. No fuss, no mess to clean up.
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Guardian Abuse: You Cannot Fix What Is Not Broken