Birth Certificate Bonds: What’s the Motivation?

Originally, I hadn’t planned to write a second part to this “birth certificate bond” thing. I figured it was a “one and done” deal, and I’d move on to trying to decide what to write for the next week. But then, a reader named Menzo made this comment about my article:

You truly are a financial geek. TMI to the extreme. What I wanted to know almost immediately, but never got answer to, is what is the motivation for a person to post a website about “birth certificate bonds”? Is this a scam or some kind of a silly joke or a conspiracy theory?

I’ll cop to the charge of being a “financial geek.” But, in retrospect, I have to confess I’m not geek enough. It never occurred to me to ask why someone would believe what is, on the surface (as well as after a deeper dive), patently obvious nonsense. But now, thanks to Menzo, I can’t stop wondering. So fasten your seatbelts: we’re about to wade deep into the woo.

This simple chart explaining a “birth certificate bond” somehow overlooks the why of this scheme.

Cui bono?

The big question to ask about any strange-sounding belief, whether it be Bigfoot or aliens or freemen on the land, or just the fact that your neighbor goes to a different church, is “what is the benefit?” And, sadly, it’s extremely easy to conclude that the answer to the question, “cui bono?,” is “scam artists.” Here’re a few examples, with no links back to the offending web pages (any emphasis in the quotes is from the original text):

You enter into a contract with an overseas bank that identifies, recognizes, acknowledges, endorses, and accepts the worth and value of your birth certificate bond. That bank agrees to accept your contract to issue an IBOE (International Bill of Exchange) at an affordable fee ($250.00 per birth certificate PROVIDED we have at least 20,000 individuals signing up) which will supply you at least 2 million dollars every year for the next 50 years. TAX FREE.

A $250 investment that returns a tax free $2,000,000 per year for life. What a steal, right?

Learn about your birth certificate, and the almost unlimited value associated with it.

You can regain control by authenticating your birth certificate at U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC. For complete information on how to own your “title” / birth certificate.

See: “About the Mis-use of Proper Birth Names

Order Redeem Your Birth Certificate Information $75.00

Clicking the link takes you to a page that will send you instructions on how to order a $75 CD with complete instructions. Compared to the first page I quoted, that’s an outright steal!

So it’s all just fraud? How… boring.

Well, not so fast. Sure, there are con artists out there. Birth certificate bonds, like all woo, have their snake-oil salesmen who will promise you the world and everything in it in exchange for just a few dollars. But again, like all woo, it’s not just hucksters trying to make a buck. A number of the web sites I reviewed while reading this article aren’t selling anything (other than an idea), and that idea is a general world view where shadowy cabals are dedicated to suppressing the truth and only brave men (and, sometimes, women) embracing their sovereign god-granted rights can stand against them. Here’s a sampling of the language these sites use, when talking about the birth certificate bond and the process they describe for accessing it (again, emphasis as presented in the original):

Yes, it CAN set us free from government oppression & control.” This particular web site was also adorned with buttons declaring “God Bless America” and “No New World Order” and “Caution! New World Order Is Here! Resist! Fight!”

You don’t own yourself — the Federal Reserve does.” The web site this quote came from also included articles such along the lines of “Does Modern Music Make You Violent” (promoting a conspiracy claim that the “A=440 hertz was created by Joseph Goebbels”), “Why Did Big Pharma Stop Making An Effective $2 Cure For Cancer?” (which is just what it sounds like), and “Did Clovis Witness Massive Plasma Event?” (which starts with American Indian petroglyphs and ends with an entertaining idea that a coronal mass ejection caused an aurora visible in New Mexico and Australia).

“The birth certificate thus becomes a form of theft, the theft of the child’s true identity as a free child of God to a servant of the State,” another site claims. “By affixing a national seal of approval to a child, the state denies the freedom, rights, and dignity that God has ordained in the scriptures. You don’t need proof that you were born, you breathing is proof enough for these hypocrites. By requiring a license, the state is claiming complete control and ownership over your liberty, and property. Christ’s assembly does not exist on paper, but in the hearts of men, and is expressed in their outward acts. Because there is no breath of Life from God in such pieces of paper, we should not look to them for any authority for doing anything. Each of us is a sovereign and each one of us was given unalienable rights by God we do not need to have our birth registered.”

Really, most of them have a specific ideological bent. It’s a sort of right-wing conspiratorial Christian theology, one that holds that the United Nations is the embodiment of the seven-headed 10-horned dragon from the Revelation of Saint John the Divine and that the Antichrist is whichever political figure they dislike the most. And it’s a theological bent I find distressingly familiar from my own childhood.

They’re watching you… (Image from Wikipedia)

Really? You believed in this Birth Certificate Bond thing, once?

No, I didn’t. But I grew up in a fringe fundamentalist Christian sect, fringe enough that most Christian religions don’t consider them Christian. They weren’t bad people, not really—they taught the importance of family, and living a Christlike life, and being a good citizen of the country you live in. But there was a strong undercurrent to the message that was taught in every sermon and every religious education class: we are Right, and everyone else is Wrong. We have the Truth, and we must convince the world that we have the Truth. The sect wallowed in the tribal thinking that humans use by reflex—we were the Chosen, the Elect, the ones who possessed secret knowledge and wisdom and to whom God had revealed the Truth. Everyone else was to be pitied as ignorant, and loved, and converted. And, like all True Believers, trying to argue them out of their beliefs just reinforced the belief; counter-evidence was the seductive lies of the devil, and evidence that they knew the Truth and Satan was working against them to destroy God’s kingdom.

All of these birth certificate bond sites remind me of that sect. Not the message itself, although it wouldn’t surprise me to learn that people in that sect have a disproportionate number of believers in the idea, but the way the message is presented. The birth certificate bond people have the Truth. They know the New World Order is out there, and they know we are slaves. They know that we can free ourselves, and they have a mission to reveal that truth to the rest of us. And any counter-arguments are just proof to them that the New World Order is more powerful than they had originally believed—just look, they say, at how willingly the slaves embrace the lies the “Power Elite.”

None of them ever seem to stop to ask something important, though: if this works, why do the people who are selling the information to access these bonds need to sell the information? Surely the ones who know how to do this have already done it, are now worth millions or even billions, and don’t need $75 – $250 per head to reveal their secrets anymore?

But, then again, that’s the sort of question that an agent of the International Bankers would ask.

About Richard Gant

Richard Gant is a husband, a father, and a huge nerd with a deep love of science, science fiction, and fantasy. He works for a brokerage firm he won't name here in order to keep his Compliance department happy, and frequently talks to inanimate objects as if they can understand him. He also has a difficult time writing seriously about himself in the third person.
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71 Responses to Birth Certificate Bonds: What’s the Motivation?

  1. Pembroke says:

    Argh, it’s spreading. The first picture is a British birth certificate not a US one.

    I thought there might be a religious element to this when I read your last article as it could be likened to selling your soul to Satan. So if you equate the government with the devil, and many do, then this might be how this particular idea came about.

    Of course there is one way to get money for your body and that’s to sell it to science, of course there is a slight downside to that idea.

  2. Menzo says:

    Thanks. Very helpful. The world is full of interesting people. I was converted into and raised my family in one of those narrow but loving sects. We have all survived with larger though still Christian worldviews. Thanks for you enlightening postings.

  3. Francis says:

    Are you very young?

  4. As commented previously:
    Don’t believe that your birth certificate is held as a bond. But, I believe that your social security number is possibly used loosely as a form of bonding. Banks will not loan money unless you can prove that you have equity and or a good job. So that being the case, why would the world banking community (like “our” central bank, the Federal Reserve) loan our country money? I could see them loan money against an individual American’s value in perceived future tax to be paid.

  5. Simon says:

    Dear Richard Grant,

    You may very well be correct in your determinations that this is all just a lot of nonsense – People having their ” intrinsic value ” subordinated to some malevolent state authority .

    Please therefore would you turn your attention to the CRIS system and offer your insights.

    That is the Court registration Investment System see:-

    as just one example .

    How does a court case attract a value which is invested in Bonds bought from the Us department of Public debt ? . Who ascribes the value ? . Why do American judges who determine cases get some sort of kickback from the cases they try ? . Who, if not the prisoners themselves provides the value that is being traded ?

    Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction .

    MAybe this is just being misinterpreted as well

    • Richard Gant says:

      Bear in mind that I’m not an attorney, and that I have no significant legal experience (my last time in court was 10 years ago on a traffic ticket). But, from a review of your link and some time on Google, it appears that CRIS is a court bank/investment account. If you are fined or have other judgements against you, the money is deposited there. So are disputed assets, until ownership is determined.

      I think.

      If someone with expertise wants to correct me, I’ll gladly stand corrected. But it doesn’t look like useful fodder for an assumption of de facto slavery.

  6. MABUS aka Moorish American Burea of United my name.. Mabus. They confused my name years ago. I am the light of that darkness that blind Gods people. I am Isreal. The son of Israel … Sammy Ray Brewster-Bey. Dallas County tried to convict me to destroy my calling but…

    • Noah Dillon says:

      Mabus, you misspelled two words in your own name. You also misspelled Israel once. Do gods make typos?

      • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

        folks with nothing else to condemn and wish to ignore the message in cognitive dissonance will point out spelling mistakes and ignore the fact that the writer promotes vaccinations which are an utter fraud!!In case your not educated as to what the word false means it means untrue…You can only be anti-semetic if your speaking against real Jews with real Jewish blood …Do you catch on??? Not likely as most who come up against what they do not wish to believe develop cognitive dissonance and instead of thinking logically they like trite Children go after spelling mistakes as that’s all they can find to whine about about..Go nread about the annuities collected on your bond value each year so you can struggle with the truth about you asa beneficially owned property,,, TABLE II
        Present value of life annuities (present value of life interest) of $1.00 per annum payable annually in arrears for life. Interest rate is at 12.3% per annum, compounded annually.

        • Noah Dillon says:

          People who urge others to heed nonsense by calling it “research,” I find, typically make a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes, and while that’s not direct evidence of their wrongness, it does not bode well that the story they’re flogging is at all reliable. And now you’re trying to give me synonyms for “false.” Thanks!

          This article is about American birth certificates issued by American states, so the Canadian law governing natural resources allocation in Canada that you’ve linked to has no bearing in this discussion. Seems like my hypothesis about the relationship between spelling and useful information is borne out again.

          • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

            Being a closed minded false god government worshiper and promotor of vaccination fraud has you in bed with huge corruption but your obvious cognitive dissonance is showing and yes you called me anti-semetic for pointing fingers at obviously false jews..Get educated as you believe main steam media is an angel sent to help you and you believe all the BS you hear from it…Typical promoter and enabler of corruption as your mind thinks there are only honest good scientists never on the take and that the hugest pharmaceutical firms producing vaccines are never influenced with power corrupts absolute power absolutely corrupts…It seems your mind may be over fluoridated with the conspiracy theory that is stops cavities…You likely still believe that despite all the science telling your fluoride is toxic even in small doses …Thats why countries have made it illegal Fluoridation status of some countries

            Despite dental pressure, 99% of western continental Europe has rejected, banned, or stopped fluoridation due to environmental, health, legal, or ethical concerns

            Only about 5% of the world population is fluoridated and more than 50% of these people live in North America. The Danish Minister of Environment recommended against fluoridation in 1977 because “no adequate studies had been carried out on its long-term effects on human organ systems other than teeth and because not enough studies had been done on the effects of fluoride discharges on freshwater ecosystems.”

            “In 1978, the West German Association of Gas & Water Experts rejected fluoridation for legal reasons and because ‘the so-called optimal fluoride concentration of 1 mg per L is close to the dose at which long-term damage [to the human body] is to be expected.’ ”

            Quotes from: Hilleman B, “FLUORIDATION: Contention won’t go away,” Chemical and Engineering News, 1988 Aug, 66:31 (The [ ] brackets were in the original article)

            to see original letter from a country, click in left column
            Country Fluoridation Status
            China BANNED: “not allowed”
            Austria REJECTED: “toxic fluorides” NOT added
            Belgium REJECTED: encourages self-determination – those who want fluoride should get it themselves.
            Finland STOPPED: “…do not favor or recommend fluoridation of drinking water. There are better ways of providing the fluoride our teeth need.” A recent study found …”no indication of an increasing trend of caries….”
            Germany STOPPED: A recent study found no evidence of an increasing trend of caries
            Denmark REJECTED: “…toxic fluorides have never been added to the public water supplies in Denmark.”
            Norway REJECTED: “…drinking water should not be fluoridated”
            Sweden BANNED: “not allowed”. No safety data available!
            The Netherlands Inevitably, whenever there is a court decision against fluoridation, the dental lobby pushes to have the judgement overturned on a technicality or they try to get the laws changed to legalize it. Their tactics didn’t work in the vast majority of Europe.
            Hungary STOPPED: for technical reasons in the ’60s. However, despite technological advances, Hungary remains unfluoridated.
            Japan REJECTED: “…may cause health problems….” The 0.8 -1.5 mg regulated level is for calcium-fluoride, not the hazardous waste by-product which is added with artificial fluoridation. But you as smart as you think you are fell for the fraud!!

          • Noah Dillon says:

            Dude, you can barely type a sentence and now you’re ranting fluoridation-induced brain damage on a comment thread about the myth of birth certificate bonds. What’s up, man?

            By the way:
            China has naturally occurring toxically high levels of natural fluoride, which is dangerous to people. So adding more would be crazy. And the results, when they have tried to add it, have been catastrophically bad, unlike anything seen in the developed world. There are places in China with 30mg/l naturally.
            Belgium permits fluoridation because it isn’t dangerous. That ethical self-determination argument is not the same as a medical argument.
            Sweden, Denmark, and Finland might not allow fluoride to be added to water, but the safest allowable level in water in Sweden and Finland is 2x what it is in the US: up to 1.5mg/l. In Finland and Denmark, well water often has about the same or slightly less fluoride than US water.
            I don’t know where you’re getting this stuff about Norway. Their well water is likely to be similar to Sweden and Finland, so they probably have sufficient fluoridation naturally.
            The dental lobby in the Netherlands, according to your story, which seems doubtful, must not be very strong in Norway, since fluoridation has been disallowed since 1973. I’d guess that natural fluoridation levels might be similar to the Scandinavians, though I could be wrong.
            There is some fluoridation in Japan. It’s just not widely practiced.
            Do your research!

          • Not being able to grasp that fluoride reduces your brains ability to think seems to be quite evident to me that it already has damaged it…Defending fluoride is a dying lie..We observant enough to be recognizing the science and history around fluoride are causing more serious investigations into the toxic chemical smoke stack type of fluoride they put in the water. We look to the reasons that a substance that has no proof it reduces cavity’s except by company sponsored studies that are purposefully biased and corrupted, and in conclusion find none. Fluoride was used in the Russian Gulags to pacify the prisoners tho at least it was testified before congress as being done and as of the side effects the results offered motivation..This is a huge industry with a motive and it is not to stop cavities.. Some folks wish to advertise their damaged brains by wishing to defend this poison but fortunately the world is quickly leaving the fluoride lie time and recognizing they got scammed.. Folks who defend poison usually work for poison producers like Monsanto…I detect Noah probably will defend roundup and aspartame to and likely loves GMO corn and animals! It is quite alarming that fluoride could be so subtle in the time is takes to rot out sections of your brain so cognitive dissonance results when certain topics, proving a popular accepted fact is proven as false, are brought up…It is also notable that folks who pick on spelling errors and grammar are usually quite anal and stuck in perpetual cognitive dissonance as their mind so damaged by fluoride focused on a spelling error misses the substance and then attempts to ridicule the writer… The substance is a Neuro Toxin

          • Alexandria Nick says:

            Europe typically fluoridates salt, making fluoridated drinking water pointless. Some of the countries listed have high fluoride levels naturally, making artificial fluoridation of water or salt pointless as well. Also we have this stuff called “toothpaste.”

            Thank you, drive through.

          • Those to lazy to research may find there cognitive dissonance is alive in that the world has qualified fluoride as a neuro toxin. The reluctance to accept that fact tells me it already is to late for the mind that posted this..Brains that defend neuro toxins even in small doses are either deranged or on t5he take or maybe to ego bound to think they got fooled and trusted the government to tell them the truth..That’s quite laughable when our present government is fascist. So stick your head back into the fluoride sand as you seem to appreciate the results

    • Normandie Kent says:

      You mean the Group of fake Moors who claim they are indigenous to the Americas, and are sovereign? They are not sovereign because the are not Native Americans , and there were no Moors in the Americas prior to the invasion of European foreigners. This is a group of delusional African Americans, who deny their African slave ancestor history, who were brought in chains to the USA. The name of the group is a take off from the Bureau of Indian Afairs, You have no god given rights to America, because unless you are Native American, you and your gods are foreigners and not indigenous to the American soil. Allah, or Jehovah are illegitimate on the American Continents. At this point you are just another colonizer and have no sovereignty.

  7. Jess says:

    You know, you make some good points, but I just keep thinking that you are doing the same thing that you’re “preaching” against. To me, you’re saying… “These people who believe in this particular thing are all bent in their ideology and I’m the one who is right.”
    By claiming your right and others are wrong is creating your own dogmatic system of beliefs and a feeling of persecution is directed at those who do not see things your way.
    It’s good to be skeptical, but it’s also good to belive in something that you may not understand. There’s so much in this world that most of us don’t understand and maybe never will…but that’s no reason automatically shoot the information, ideals, or theories down. I believe some of our greatest scientists and writers were not originally understood by most people in their time. Even people whom specialized in the same chosen field of study as them.
    Caution is good, questioning is good, but an open mind is necessary to growth and new understandings.

    • Jess says:

      Yeah Noah, sorry there were some typos in mine too.

    • Noah Dillon says:

      The thing is that one is based in ideology, the other is rooted in data. I’m open to all sorts of stuff, and have changed my mind about a bunch of things, changed the way I act and what I buy, based on data. And the claim here isn’t “I’m right.” Instead, it’s that “this is what the best evidence we have indicates.” That’s a really, really different claim. People can make all kinds of mistakes. The scientific method is the best imperfect way to overcome those mistakes and biases. The results aren’t about the I who’s presenting them, but about the data themselves, about the evidence and how that evidence was gotten.

      It’s good to be skeptical, which means being open to hearing about and thinking about and studying things you don’t understand. It’s not usually a good idea to believe things you don’t understand, for which there’s no evidence, and which are totally incredible and unlikely. Great scientists practice this. And their ideas are adopted or rejected by the rest of the scientific community by the same methodology. Skeptics don’t go shooting things down. They look at evidence. That’s it.

      I don’t understand what this Kennedy excerpt is for. The very basis of science is transparency, which is why reports and data and explanations of methods are published by researchers in publicly available journals and newspapers. Transparency is key to science, unlike a lot of other esoteric practices that promise that you’ll get it if you believe, or reserve special knowledge for certain people, or cloak themselves in impenetrable jargon, etc.

      • gaz says:

        I am shot through!

      • Yusef El says:

        You really believe that science is transparent? Reading your post I get the sense that you are naive.

      • Stan says:

        I agree, in principal with what you said in this statement. However, it seems we have far too many individuals who call themselves scientist and even have a degree to show it but, do they really test what others write or do they just accept what the read because it was from a source the think credible. If you really study (don’t just write this off as crazy) what scientist say about the globe earth, then go out and try and prove it you will see that they are probably wrong. They can use many formula to show a ball, describe it size and estimate how far it is from other objects, but when you go out and look at the world (mainly on oceans or large lakes) you will find things that do not fit with their equations. Therefore, I remain skeptical!

        • Noah Dillon says:

          No, you can test this stuff yourself. The world is not flat. It’s really easy to figure this out, even by just flying in a plane.

          I’m not sure what you’re reading that you think you’re disproving or what, but the Earth being a round globe is supported by not only basic physics, but several additional facts beyond that. And a lot of stuff we do every day would not be possible if the world was a flat plane. Beyond that, stuff like the mechanism of sunrise and sunset and seasons wouldn’t work if the Earth was flat. Some people will tell you you can show it does by using a light and a flat map, but if you actually try that experiment, you’ll find it really doesn’t work the way the real world does. If you try it with a globe, it does work.

          Check these out:

        • Alexandria Nick says:

          I can prove the world is a sphere, trivially and irrefutably.

          Go out on the ocean, somewhere far away from land, so that you have as flat a surface as you can find. Wait for a sailboat to appear on the horizon. You’ll see the sails and mast before you see the hull.

          The hull is below the horizon. This cannot happen on a flat plane.

          • Gareth Wrigley says:

            I don’t think the earth is flat, but the point you just made is false. If you have a look camera and you zoom in at the boat that is meant to be coming over the horizon, all of a sudden you can see the whole boat again, which should be impossible if what you are saying is true. There are a lot of things we have been taught that aren’t right, but then again a lot of the flat earth theories can be disproved to. If the earth is a globe then it’s a lot bigger than what we are lead to believe, a lot of the sums don’t add up.

          • Noah Dillon says:

            Have you tried doing that? Because that’s not how zoom works. You will see a much larger, clearer version of the boat disappearing at the same spot. I’ve heard people claim that before, but I’ve never heard of anyone actually trying it and I’d be interested to hear your results. By the method you’ve described, you should be able to see China with a pair of good binoculars. You can also, yourself, prove the Earth’s roundness and its approximate size (a lot of modern technologies wouldn’t work properly if we didn’t know these things). An ancient Greek guy name Eratosthenes did this more than 2,000 years ago, and if you try it, you can repeat his experiment and prove this to yourself.

          • Alexandria Nick says:

            “If you have a look camera and you zoom in at the boat that is meant to be coming over the horizon, all of a sudden you can see the whole boat again”

            I’m pretty sure it doesn’t work that way and, even if it did, I’d suspect it would be a function of the camera optics more than anything else. Besides, there’s even a term in naval warfare for it: hull-down. A hull-down ship means it is far off enough that its hull is below the horizon and you can only see its sails. Hull-up means its close enough that you can observe its hull above the horizon. If you have a good idea of how tall the masts are, you can even calculate your estimate range to target based on how much of the masts or the hull is above the horizon line. None of that works on a flat plane.

          • Alexandria Nick says:

            Oh, and because I just thought of it, here’s another one:

            Go find a busy runway with a clear line of sight reaching out a dozen or so miles. Go there at night (tracking their landing lights is easier at night. In daylight, their landing lights make them harder to see at a distance). When you observe all the airliners stacked up on approach, you’ll notice the farther off they are, the lower in the sky they are. That’s because while their altitude is higher, the curvature of the Earth makes them appear lower in the sky. They’ll appear to have to climb, peak, then descend. This is because the highest part of the arc of the Earth is halfway between the most distance aircraft you can observe and yourself. Its kinda neat to watch too.

  8. PrivateAeye says:

    Cheers, friends. As crazy as it seems this is legit true. I’m knee deep in it myself. You might want to do a little digging about the number in red on the back of your Social Security card. There’s a little tweak you can do to it if you remove the letter in front of it. It’s called a Luhn check digit. Have fun. 🙂 I wouldn’t be posting this here if it hadn’t been recently given to me to spread the word. This is a spiritual battle. You think you’re in charge of your own affairs, but you have NO idea how deep the deception goes.

    p.s. Trust law is a good topic to study, also. It’s all about public versus private. If you function in the public “they” control you. If you function in the private you control you.

    • Noah Dillon says:

      This isn’t a spiritual battle. It’s just rational thinking. If someone was trying to deceive you, why would they tell you how to find this supposedly precious information, give you a number you can look up, and provide a tool to figure it out? That doesn’t make any sense. You misunderstand what you’re actually looking at, which you’d probably realize if you read the post or the comment thread.

      • Eden says:

        But why does nobody explain how it works or give an actual walk through of the processing being executed. He’s right, why sell it if you’ve done it.

        • Noah Dillon says:

          They don’t explain the process because there is no process and it makes no sense. It’s like asking why no one can explain how the moon is made of jogging fish computers and how you can use that secret knowledge to get rich quick from the Illuminati.

          If you’re asking about an explanation for why you can put a number into a bond calculator, that has been explained repeatedly in this thread.

      • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

        Ignore Noah as he is a false info promoter main stream media believer that fell for the fluoride fraud… He thinks that the prrof Canada puts a bond on every child registered means nothing to support the claim of slavery effecting the US to….Both counties had there Gold seized from the vault by international false Jew banksters forclosing on the debtor corporations and thats no theory…It was after they took the gold they had no substance to give value to the money so in following Leviticus 25:44-50 the false Jew bankers told the debtor corporations to register all of their people and place a whole life policy bond on each head then pay the purchase price for the biological property each month till the child is of age..That why the enactment Noah could not get his head around calls them “beneficially owned persons” I tried to find in the Bible where God changed his mind with regards to the orders he have the Israelite’s there in Leviticus 25 and found nothing so I concluded why would they stop this lucrative business of buying up the godless by way of conveyance and pledging via registration. When I lived with a rich Jewish family in Beverly Hills a rabbi told me that the goyim are gods gift to the Jews and that it was ok to deceive them and take advantage of them by lieing as God condoned it ,,, I have since had several Rabbi’s confirm that glibly… JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli Sephardic leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in his weekly Saturday night sermon said that non-Jews exist to serve Jews.

        “Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world; only to serve the People of Israel,” he said during a public discussion of what kind of work non-Jews are allowed to perform on Shabbat.

        “Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat,” he said to some laughter.

        Yosef, the spiritual leader of the Shas Party and the former chief Sephardi rabbi of Israel, also said that the lives of non-Jews are protected in order to prevent financial loss to Jews.

        “With gentiles, it will be like any person: They need to die, but God will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money. This is his servant. That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew,” said the rabbi, who recently turned 90.

        An audio recording of some of the rabbi’s remarks was broadcast on Israel’s Channel 10.

      • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

        Try reading Leviticus 25:44-50 in the King James again Noah… Why would God’s chosen stop following his instructions to make godless folk slaves?? ? You must know the US government Gold was seized in 1933? What substance did they replace the Gold with to give value to the money Noah? Did your mom get a child bonus check in the mail every month when you were growing up? That’s the purchase money…Sometimes old Rabbi’s can be painfully honest about how they bought up the gentile people in the world for a pittance…

        • Noah Dillon says:

          ??? Please don’t insult my mother. That’s not very Christian of you. She worked her whole life. She’s now dying. She’s got nothing to do with gold, or Leviticus, or slavery, or Rabbis, all of which also have nothing to do with the topic of this post.

          Also: what substance gives gold value? Markets, the same as fiat currencies.

          • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

            sorry to hear about your mother Noah….Flesh giving value to currency is a historically provable fact and not debatable but to a mind that refuses to research why the Gold got seized in the first place it will remain pitifully bereft of the truth…
            Yah that Rabbi Yoseph really made it look bad for many Good people who are Jewish,,,I agree

          • Noah Dillon says:

            Thanks for the kind words about my mom. I have no idea what any of the rest of that means, what events you’re referring to, or who Rabbi Yoseph is. I can’t do this conversation anymore; it’s just too spaced out. You leap from topic to topic, you’ve been insulting, and a lot of what you’ve said is either too vague and convoluted to check, or when it is grounded enough to be checkable it proves untrue or totally misrepresented. So goodbye.

          • Yes folks too busy or distracted to follow whats been said often try to make it look like you have offered unintelligible is a classic diversion tactic,,,Some folks like to toss the word conspiracy out there as if they got hired to defend the corrupted crap they are to afraid to confront…Typical of a fluoridated brain…. fear cloud their minds and sharpens the point of their denial…

  9. Jill Campbell says:

    Hi, Rich. I found your article on Birth Certificate bonds while doing some research after finding that my partner has played this game. He is worth $100 billion, by the way. Sure would like to get some of that for a new sofa! Anyway, I’m wondering if the sect you speak of is Mormonism. I spent s good part of my life there and your description sounds so familiar. Regards, Jill

  10. Eden says:

    Why sell it if they are already rich? That was the most intelligent thing I’ve heard on this subject since I found out about it. Thank you for your thoughts. Well done.

  11. Tiffany says:

    So, you grew up Jehovah’s Witness??? Lol, me too

  12. Dan Patrick says:

    What about those who give out the info for free… what motivation do they have to want to “scam” anyone? It’s free public knowledge, that you just have to dig for a lil. If they aren’t benefiting from giving out the info to any who would listen and apply, then why would it even matter to them, if you believe it or not? That would make as much sense as if I walked up to you and just handed you $100, then walked away…would you call me a scammer and drop the money like it’s a bomb or something? That’s a sad and paranoid life to live!

  13. Lorrnia Marlowe says:

    Out of curiosity has any one actually looked up their birth certificate information.I did this and found actual transactions just over the last 6 years of 10,000. or more there was also a maturity date with an amount of around 172,000. It also showed the company holding the bond as Biotechnology, with investors like 20th century fox. I just want to know why i can see this from the government website i went to and what this means.


      You can access it just be carful on filling make sure your accurate because one simple mistake can cause you to fail. Read the commerce law it is powerful and stronger than the constitution and law of the land.

  14. Joel says:

    There are people giving the information for free
    Do more research!

  15. Dina says:

    How is it possible to plug in your birth certificate number/social security number on the stock market site or fidelity site and it comes back with a dollar amount? I don’t understand how if it is NOT true…?


    First, yes your social security number is worth a lot. Yes it is connected to your birth certificate. Commerce is just that and everyone of us is a pawn the the game. What do yo think happens to the money you pay into social security? It goes into an account and gains interest. You may or may not get that money upon retirement but that money is used to foot the dept of America. Yea we are slaves to this country and used to pay off our dept. if you follow the right steps and use the commerce codes and file properly you can gain access to this account t but limited control only. Why do you think the FBI gives you 30 days to retract your claim if you use this on tax forms. Simply because they cannot lock you up for it. Do your research and don’t forget and this is where it all gets you. Do unto others as you have them to into you. I say that because you need to choose your battles. Taking on this corrupt country isn’t easy by no means.

  17. Lance Martin says:

    Heck, I was just researching this birth certificate vs. authenticated certification thing with cautious hope & you know, I didn’t even stop to ponder why the authors would want to put a price on the supposed key info. Thanks for cluing-me-in-to that wee-bit of a twist, because pondering that conundrum will surely slow me down to scrutinize things more extensively anyway. As for little ol’ me, I don’t know from nothin’, but I’ve been lead to believe our national debt is currently riding on student loans and junk bonds, so through my filter the idea of a registrar indenturing my servitude from day…. five… or so doesn’t seem so off-the-wall?!? From one who has a cup full of….. hope : )

    • Alexandria Nick says:

      The national debt has nothing to do with student loans or junk bonds.

      The national debt is the difference between government expenditure and tax and fee revenue. For instance, in FY17, the US government collected $3.404 trillion against an outlay of $3.963 trillion. So, the government ran a debt of $0.559 trillion (adding it into the outstanding total that’s now somewhere around $20 trillion).

  18. seems you missed out on what happened in 1933 and what substance as surety replaced the Gold to create securities…I will try to help you crawl out of the conspiracy theory catch phrase bin so as to eliminate the word theory… To grasp what going on you need to know what debtor and creditor mean and who has ownership in a receivership situation…,CANADA went rogue when Queen Victoria died in 1901 as the cheat lawyers wishing to cash in on an abandoned ship removed the inheritence clause out of the BNA in 1893 via the statute law revision act…this was effective nullifying the BNA document as far as a Christian monarch lawfully ascending to the throne as the dominant figure over the commonwealth,,,So the now privately owned corporation as claimed under international salvage law of admiralty needed to look dejure even tho it was totally defacto…The parliament of great Britian decided to allow the fraud of having a fake monarch take over and since 1901 they have all sworn invalid false oaths in violation of parliamentary rules.. The UK government admit this on their website… so since the owners of the creditor corporation that forclosed on Canada in 1931 caused the repeal of Gold in April of 1933 so that when receivership kicked in with debt still owing and no gold to take they told the politicians to put a value of life on every registered soul..then they collect annuities on the value just like a whole life policy,,, see the first link your defined as beneficially owned as a supposed oil anbd gas producer that does indeed produce oil and gas as a reality…watch someone try and say this is only about oil and gas…Yah sure a value of life on owned persons,, Our creator is no respecter of persons and if we do we are sinners for doing it..James 2:9 KJVB ,,right…Reading Leviticus 25:44-50 is significant in this truth quest as I contacted the drafter of that Ownership enactment who worked under Jean Chretien and quit Justice Canada because it was about slavery….let now watch as cognitive dissonance has an effect on the reader who will strongly desire to dis these facts,,, Sticking ones head in the sand as of not wishing to believe the truth is nothing to brag about…Oh yes the folks who own the world bank and Canada’s main creditor are Ashkenazi Jews following Talmud and Leviticus 25:44-50 …now comes the internal desire to defend the fraud by claiming antisemetism….research ashkenazi before your too quick in your finder pointing and defense of fraud…

  19. even tho I posted the cause and solution of faith applied no one caught on…The false Jews running this scam call us dumb goyim…I wonder why?

  20. Richard Gant seems to me like a Big Pharma Stick your children w
    ith a thousand toxins proven to harm promo man and a Schill denying active historical conspiracies…Yup thats what his motis operendi points to…

    • Noah Dillon says:

      First, you misspelled “modus operandi.” And that’s not something that points. You also misspelled “shill.” And you’re talking about “Big Pharma” on a blogpost that has nothing to do with medicines. And it’s all topped off with some anti-Semitic nonsense. This is like troll BINGO.

  21. This is not really the forum for fluoride here but it seems Noah is either wishing to avoid reality or as originally proposed is suffering from fluoridation over exposure…

    • Noah Dillon says:

      It is not at all a forum for fluoride. That is the one thing you’ve gotten right in this thread. I don’t know why you would bring up that subject repeatedly when you know it’s not appropriate to this conversation.

      • minister Edward Jay Robin says:

        Because you tried to defend it..You seem rather uneducated are you still in high school? Watch the videos you may still have a chance of catching on and since I never saw any rules posted that bind me freedom of speech is still open..Are you the big censor here or do you just have an ego problem?

        • Noah Dillon says:

          Dude, I’ve got a master’s degree. You seem extremely uneducated and confused, if you want to talk about education levels. No offense.

          What’s really wild is that you’d have to be really, really dumb to try to poison your own people. Here’s why: if anyone found out, they’d butcher you. And if you’re the leader of a country and you want that country to be strong, you probably don’t want to be systematically poisoning your whole population. Even if you made them dumb, you know, people were much, much dumber 100 or even 1,000 years ago, and they still killed kings and led revolutions and stuff. So it wouldn’t be as if making people stupid would make you any safer. Neither would it make you any more productive. It would make you far less productive and less innovative as a nation, and therefore prone to losing out in economic and military competitions. Like, countries that totally annihilate their educational systems—as in, say, in Afghanistan—they don’t do so hot compared to developed nations with robust workforces made of smart, educated people. Plus having a population with lots of cavities, which would otherwise be cheap and easy to prevent, or any illness, is a drag on the economy. It costs the whole nation a lot of money. If you wanted to be wealthy and powerful, you’d probably make sure people didn’t have teeth rotting out of their heads, or dumb and brainless. Because intentionally making your own people sick or dumb is the kind of bad idea that like al Qaeda comes up with.

          Dude, also, a little high school-level civics: this is not a public space. This is a private website. I’m a moderator. Do we believe in free speech? Well, your comments have all posted, right? But exercising the prerogatives of a private entity on their own website is not censorship, and it is their right, since this is their property. If you want to blast your conspiracy nonsense into the world, you’re welcome to go do it on your own website. That’s your right. You do not have the right to post whatever you want on Skeptoid’s comment threads. OK?

  22. for Noah as he likely promotes Vaccinations… It is good to hear the otherside of the story uninfluenced by massive profits and a desire to reduce the earths population…

  23. for Noah as he likely promotes Vaccinations… It is good to hear the otherside of the story uninfluenced by massive profits and a desire to reduce the earths population to 500 million…

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