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Freedom Is More Than Just A Seven Letter Word
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Veronica’s New Book
In addition to this Freedom book, we have here, Veronica has a new book which is available right now. Her new book has the title, ‘Anarchy Is More That A Seven Letter Word’. Of course, it’s free and you can download it at the Freeman Movement – here.
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Loving the book its an excellent work, may I ask a aquestion that I feel is of great interest and importance, especially as far as the money side of things is concerned?
From my training and some of the insights in your book I understand the 3 different types of money that exist. What I am trying to nail down though is where does it actually state that
a) The UK is bankrupt, I have read this in many places and I know in the US House Joint Resolution 192 states this and says no debt can be paid only discharged, does HJR192 cover the UK as well or is there somewhere I could find it in a UK form?, I have tried looking in the bills of exchange act 1882 and the Bills of rights (UK) but could not see it in those 2 documents.
b) When you say that if a valid form of debt discahrge is used like a Promissory note (Money of Account) and the recipient does not accept it, that means that there must have been no debt in the first place. Again do you know of a bill/act/or anything else where I could check this fact. I have looked in the Bills of exchange 1882 and the bill of rights and again I cant see it in there?
Many Thanks for your time and your wonderful book Veronica.