The Hidden Agenda of Bonds, Birth Certificates & the Cestui Que Vie Trust

Authored or posted by | December 5, 2017
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By Pao Chang, author of and

To find the hidden agenda of bonds and birth certificates, you need to investigate the word bond and the term birth certificate meticulously by studying their origins and different definitions. You also need to learn how to decipher the words related to the terms bond and birth certificate. Learning how to decipher words is essential for helping you find the hidden agenda of bonds and birth certificates. In addition to learning how to decipher words, you need to study how the legal system uses bonds to bind people to contractual terms.

One of the early origins of the word bond is the Old English word bonda, meaning “husbandman, householder”. Here is an excerpt from the Online Etymology Dictionary that describes the early origins of the word bond in more detail:

bond (n.)

early 13c., “anything that binds, fastens, or confines,” phonetic variant of band (n.1) and at first interchangeable with it.

bond (adj.)

c. 1300, “in a state of a serf, unfree,” from bond (n.) “tenant, farmer holding land under a lord in return for customary service; a married bond as head of a household” (mid-13c.). The Old English form was bonda, bunda “husbandman, householder,” but the Middle English word probably is from Old Norse *bonda, a contraction of boande, buande “occupier and tiller of soil, peasant, husbandman,” …

A word you need to investigate in the excerpt above is band. The same online dictionary defines the word band using these exact words:

“a flat strip,” also “something that binds,” Middle English bende, from Old English bend “bond, fetter, shackle, chain, that by which someone or something is bound; ribbon, ornament, chaplet, crown,” with later senses and spelling from cognate Old Norse band and technical senses from Old French bande “strip, edge, side” (12c., Old North French bende), all three ultimately from Proto-Germanic *bindan, from PIE root *bhendh– “to bind.” defines the word bond using these exact words:

something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.

a cord, rope, band, or ligament.

something that binds a person or persons to a certain circumstance or line of behavior: the bond of matrimony.

a sealed instrument under which a person, corporation, or government guarantees to pay a stated sum of money on or before a specified day.

any written obligation under seal.

Law. a written promise of a surety.

Finance. a certificate of ownership of a specified portion of a debt due to be paid by a government or corporation to an individual holder and usually bearing a fixed rate of interest.

a serf or slave.

Black’s Law Dictionary (5th edition) defines the word bond using these exact words:

A certificate or evidence of a debt on which the issuing company or governmental body promises to pay the bondholders a specified amount of interest for a specified length of time, and to repay the loan on the expiration date. In every case a bond represents debt–its holder is a creditor of the corporation and not a part owner as is the shareholder. Commonly, bonds are secured by a mortgage.

A written obligation, made by owner of real property, to repay a loan under specific terms, usually accompanied by a mortgage placed on land as security.

A deed whereby the obligor obliges himself, his heirs, executors and administrators, to pay a certain sum of money to another at a day appointed.

Based on the previous definitions, the word bond has a strong connection to money, debt and slavery. One of the most important bonds that the government uses to enslave you is the birth certificate. One of the hidden agendas of the birth certificate is to trick your mother and father to sign your natural rights away to the State. Another of its hidden agenda is to trick your mother and father to agree to abandon you and register you as a dead baby and corporate slave. The evidence of those atrocities can be found when you investigate and decipher the term birth certificate deeply enough using certain law dictionaries.

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