BLACK POPE, LUCIFER and the Jesuits
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Everything starts with Lucifer, Satan. The current power in this world is in the hands of those who worship him. And those that you think they have the power, not more than jumping jacks on the world stage.
Regularly read your stories about how the Black Pope, head of the Jesuits, would be the most powerful man on earth. This is not so because above him are a number of families from The Papal Bloodlines, descended from Satan directly and ultimately determine what happens in the world.
This lien claims a debt value of $14.3 quadrillion; that's 14,300 trillion dollars.
A lien means that until the debt is paid, the IRS owns America, including the people.
Actually, the IRS is just the holder in due course for the BANK OF INTERNATIONAL SETTLEMENTS(BIS) which is located in Basel, Switzerland.
As the holder in due course, the IRS retains the right to enforce the claim and debt collection.
This UCC financing Statement names the "First Debtor" as The Federal Reserve System.
The U.S. Department of Defense is listed as the debtor's exact legal name.
The North American Water and Power Alliance is shown as the "Assignor".
Schwartz says he thinks developers have at least eight years until the technology, which leverages the properties of quantum physics to perform fast calculations, becomes sophisticated enough to crack cryptocurrency.
1. It is urgent to vigorously champion human rights in foreign policy.
2. The power of example is enormous.
3. Human rights are universal and indivisible.
4. The universality and indivisibility of human rights do not mean uniformity in bringing them to life.
5. A degree of pluralism in respecting human rights does not imply cultural relativism.
6. Nation-states have some leeway to base their human rights policy on their own distinctive national traditions.
7. Although human rights are interdependent and indivisible, certain distinctions among them are inherent in the Universal Declaration itself, as well as in the positive law of human rights that follows from the UDHR.
8. Freedom, democracy, and human rights are indissolubly linked.
9. Social and economic rights are essential to a comprehensive foreign policy.
10. New claims of rights must be carefully considered.
11. National sovereignty is vital to securing human rights.
12. The seedbeds of human rights must be cultivated.
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