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Understanding GSA Bonds and How to Use Them

Discharge Your Debt and Avoid Jail Time: Learn the Concepts That Can Apply to Most Court Orders to Pay

The Commercial Nature of Courtrooms: Uncovering the Bondage and Banking System

Bonds: The Core of Courtroom Proceedings

A PERFORMANCE BOND can be employed to back up a BID BOND, similar to the bonds used in legal proceedings. Instead of using the court-issued bonds, there are various options available, including bid bonds, performance bonds, payment bonds, Miller Act bonds, release of lien on real property, and release of property from escrow.

Once these bonds have been employed as a substitute, there is no basis for holding the individual in custody as a surety for the purported debt.

  • "Unveiling the Commercial Aspect of All Crimes" - Understanding the Monetary Value of Criminal Offenses.

    It may come as a surprise to many that all crimes have a commercial aspect to them. Every criminal act has a monetary value attached to it, whether it is theft, fraud, or even murder. 

    27 CFR § 72.11 - Meaning of terms.

    Commercial crimes. Any of the following types of crimes (Federal or State): Offenses against the revenue laws; burglary; counterfeiting; forgery; kidnapping; larceny; robbery; illegal sale or possession of deadly weapons; prostitution (including soliciting, procuring, pandering, white slaving, keeping house of ill fame, and like offenses); extortion; swindling and confidence games; and attempting to commit, conspiring to commit, or compounding any of the foregoing crimes. Addiction to narcotic drugs and use of marihuana will be treated as if such were commercial crime.

  • The Privatization of Prisons and Selling Prisoners' Accounts as Securities

    Just like the banking industry, the prison system has undergone a process of privatization. Private companies are now operating prisons at a lower cost than the government, and this has resulted in the creation of a profit-driven industry. To maximize profits, the legal industry has created numerous statutes and laws, resulting in the imprisonment of individuals even for minor offenses without a injured party.
    The privatization of prisons has led to the monetization of everything within the system, including prisoners' accounts. Companies are now packaging these accounts as securities and selling them to investors. These securities can be purchased in various forms such as mutual funds, debt instruments, or equity instruments.

    This might come as a surprise to many people, but it's a reality. The prison system has become a for-profit industry, and companies that run them are always looking for ways to make more money. Selling prisoners' accounts as securities is one way they do this. Essentially, the prisoners' money in commissary accounts is being used to generate profits for these companies, with little regard for their well-being or rehabilitation.

    This practice has been criticized by many as a form of modern-day slavery. It raises important questions about the ethics of profiting off prisoners and the need for more transparency and accountability in the for-profit prison industry.

    In conclusion, the privatization of prisons and the selling of prisoners' accounts as securities is a troubling development. It highlights the need for a critical look at the prison industry and its impact on society. It's time for us to start a dialogue about how we can ensure that the prison system serves its intended purpose of rehabilitation and not just profit-making.

  • The Bondage of Criminal Statutes and the Role of Bonds in the Prison System

    The courts operate under a "statute jurisdiction," which is an obligation or bond of record, according to the 4th edition of Black's Law Dictionary. Therefore, criminal statutes are essentially bondage. Recognizance bonds, in particular, are obligations or bonds of record.

    Prisoners are charged under a bond and sign it as a surety, turning it into an agreement for payback, or a negotiable promissory note. This happens when they sign the final court papers during a sentencing hearing. The judgments are then sold by the courts to the Department of Justice via the U.S. District Court in Chicago. Similar to banks selling mortgages, the Department of Justice sells the bonds to investors.
    The prison system is not about justice but rather banking and bondage. The system relies on the creation and monetization of bonds, which are used to fund the prison industry. It raises important questions about the ethics of the prison system and the role of bonds in the modern economy.

  • From as far back as Edward the First, the courts have been operating under a commercial framework. The Statute Merchant, also known as the Bond of Merchant or Bond of Record, set the foundation for the system we see today. In the courtroom, the defendant or their attorney is required to argue or enter a plea to assume liability, and attorneys create an illusion of a real issue, leading us to believe that justice is being served. However, it's merely a dog and pony show to mask the fact that they are pursuing debt money.

    If an attorney represents someone who has not attained the age of majority, they are considered a ward of the court, and the attorney becomes an appointed guardian ad litem. The government has now shifted from requesting voluntary donations to ensuring a statute violation, imposing a payment obligation as punishment. The criminal procedure dishonors the system, allowing them to sell our capital and interest on the open market to transfer funds to the government. The Bond of the violation on our strawman, an estate created at birth with an ALL CAPS NAME and SSN, is linked to the statute, and the living soul is unknowingly imprisoned as a guarantor to secure the bond. Public market investments, such as stock and bond sales, finance the bond.

    Corporations are taking our intellectual and natural property, exemption, without disclosing their actions. However, when we regain competency, we can do everything they do. All authority granted to the public trust comes from the people, and they cannot delegate authority they do not possess. It's crucial to remember that honor and dishonor are critical factors in these matters.


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Frequently asked questions

Do I need to be a U.S. citizen to use GSA Bonds?

No, you do not need to be a U.S. citizen to use GSA Bonds!

Can someone who is not a U.S. citizen use GSA Bonds?

Yes, non-U.S. citizens may be able to obtain GSA Bonds!

What are Mandatory documents needed to complete GSA Bonds?

When obtaining a GSA Bond, there are a number of mandatory documents that are typically required in order to complete the application process. These may include:

  1. Bid/Performance Bond Request Form - This is the form that initiates the bond request and provides basic information about the project.

  2. Financial Statements - This is a document that provides an overview of the financial health of the company applying for the bond. Typically, this will include a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement.

  3. Bank Reference Letter - This letter verifies that the company applying for the bond has a good standing with their bank.

  4. Work in Progress Schedule - This document provides a summary of all ongoing projects, including their status, value, and duration.

  5. Bid Tabulation - This is a summary of all bids received for the project, including the name of the bidder, bid amount, and any additional notes.

  6. Contract Documents - These are the legal documents that outline the terms and conditions of the project.

  7. Power of Attorney - This document authorizes an individual to act on behalf of the company applying for the bond.

The specific documents required may vary depending on the surety company and the project being bonded. It is important to consult with a qualified surety bond professional who can provide guidance on the specific documents needed for your particular situation.

What if I am foreign and do not have a Birth Certificate?

You can use your Naturalization Number which appears on the Naturalization Certificate.



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