By Anna Von Reitz
The report is that the IRS’s computer logging system is shut down. Good. Stopping theft and misadministration is good, even if all you can do is pull the plug on their mainframe computer.
As I have told everyone before, “Kim” can shut things down, but not open things up. I have heard and seen nothing to suggest that anything has changed in this respect.
She didn’t actually “pay off” anything — they owed us credit that they were not putting on the books.
In other words, just as I told the President in my YouTube video about the “National Credit” — the so-called National Debt disappears when the National Credit is (finally) applied.
Do I get a Nobel Prize for observing that?
Another aspect is that such bogus debts disappear when they are recognized as “Odious Debt” — that is, fraudulent debt or debt tainted by fraud.
Once the “National Credit” is applied — not only ours, but the National Credit(s) owed to all the other countries and people — 95% of what is left is Odious Debt tainted by accounting fraud and racketeering and undisclosed, unconscionable contracts. And that has to be “discharged” — written off the books.
So with that bit of accounting genius and legal acumen applied, we get rid of the debts worldwide. It seems I am due a second Nobel Prize for noticing the obvious and poking enough butts to get the wheels moving in the right direction, however…. CONTINUE