United States

The United States and its territories that were annexed by 1900.

United States located in the District of Columbia UCC 9-307 (h).

United States means a Federal Corporation USC 28 3002 (15).


(a) [“Place of business.”]

In this section, “place of business” means a place where a debtor conducts its affairs.

(b) [Debtor’s location: general rules.]

Except as otherwise provided in this section, the following rules determine a debtor‘s location:

(1) A debtor who is an individual is located at the individual’s principal residence.

(2) A debtor that is an organization and has only one place of business is located at its place of business.

(3) A debtor that is an organization and has more than one place of business is located at its chief executive office.

(c) [Limitation of applicability of subsection (b).]

Subsection (b) applies only if a debtor‘s residence, place of business, or chief executive office, as applicable, is located in a jurisdiction whose law generally requires information concerning the existence of a nonpossessory security interest to be made generally available in a filing, recording, or registration system as a condition or result of the security interest’s obtaining priority over the rights of a lien creditor with respect to the collateral. If subsection (b) does not apply, the debtor is located in the District of Columbia.

(d) [Continuation of location: cessation of existence, etc.]

A person that ceases to exist, have a residence, or have a place of business continues to be located in the jurisdiction specified by subsections (b) and (c).

(e) [Location of registered organization organized under State law.]

registered organization that is organized under the law of a State is located in that State.

(f) [Location of registered organization organized under federal law; bank branches and agencies.]

Except as otherwise provided in subsection (i), a registered organization that is organized under the law of the United States and a branch or agency of a bank that is not organized under the law of the United States or a State are located:

(1) in the State that the law of the United States designates, if the law designates a State of location;

(2) in the State that the registered organization, branch, or agency designates, if the law of the United States authorizes the registered organization, branch, or agency to designate its State of location, including by designating its main office, home office, or other comparable office; or

(3) in the District of Columbia, if neither paragraph (1) nor paragraph (2) applies.

(g) [Continuation of location: change in status of registered organization.]

registered organization continues to be located in the jurisdiction specified by subsection (e) or (f) notwithstanding:

(1) the suspension, revocation, forfeiture, or lapse of the registered organization‘s status as such in its jurisdiction of organization; or

(2) the dissolution, winding up, or cancellation of the existence of the registered organization.

(h) [Location of United States.]

The United States is located in the District of Columbia.

(i) [Location of foreign bank branch or agency if licensed in only one state.]

A branch or agency of a bank that is not organized under the law of the United States or a State is located in the State in which the branch or agency is licensed, if all branches and agencies of the bank are licensed in only one State.

(j) [Location of foreign air carrier.]

A foreign air carrier under the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, as amended, is located at the designated office of the agent upon which service of process may be made on behalf of the carrier.

(k) [Section applies only to this part.]

This section applies only for purposes of this part.

28 U.S. Code § 3002.Definitions

As used in this chapter:

(1)Counsel for the United States” means—(A)United States attorney, an assistant United States attorney designated to act on behalf of the United States attorney, or an attorney with the United States Department of Justice or with a Federal agency who has litigation authority; and(B)any private attorney authorized by contract made in accordance with section 3718 of title 31 to conduct litigation for collection of debts on behalf of the United States.

(2)Court” means any court created by the Congress of the United States, excluding the United States Tax Court.

(3)Debt” means—(A)an amount that is owing to the United States on account of a direct loan, or loan insured or guaranteed, by the United States; or(B)an amount that is owing to the United States on account of a fee, duty, lease, rent, service, sale of real or personal property, overpayment, fine, assessment, penalty, restitution, damages, interest, tax, bail bond forfeiture, reimbursement, recovery of a cost incurred by the United States, or other source of indebtedness to the United States, but that is not owing under the terms of a contract originally entered into by only persons other than the United States;and includes any amount owing to the United States for the benefit of an Indian tribe or individual Indian, but excludes any amount to which the United States is entitled under section 3011(a).

(4)Debtor” means a person who is liable for a debt or against whom there is a claim for a debt.

(5)Disposable earnings” means that part of earnings remaining after all deductions required by law have been withheld.

(6)Earnings” means compensation paid or payable for personal services, whether denominated as wages, salary, commission, bonus, or otherwise, and includes periodic payments pursuant to a pension or retirement program.

(7)Garnishee” means a person (other than the debtor) who has, or is reasonably thought to have, possession, custody, or control of any property in which the debtor has a substantial nonexempt interest, including any obligation due the debtor or to become due the debtor, and against whom a garnishment under section 3104 or 3205 is issued by a court.

(8)Judgment” means a judgment, order, or decree entered in favor of the United States in a court and arising from a civil or criminal proceeding regarding a debt.

(9)Nonexempt disposable earnings” means 25 percent of disposable earnings, subject to section 303 of the Consumer Credit Protection Act.

(10)Person” includes a natural person (including an individual Indian), a corporation, a partnership, an unincorporated association, a trust, or an estate, or any other public or private entity, including a State or local government or an Indian tribe.

(11)Prejudgment remedy” means the remedy of attachment, receivership, garnishment, or sequestration authorized by this chapter to be granted before judgment on the merits of a claim for a debt.(

12)Property includes any present or future interest, whether legal or equitable, in real, personal (including choses in action), or mixed property, tangible or intangible, vested or contingent, wherever located and however held (including community property and property held in trust (including spendthrift and pension trusts)), but excludes—(A)property held in trust by the United States for the benefit of an Indian tribe or individual Indian; and(B)Indian lands subject to restrictions against alienation imposed by the United States.

(13)Security agreement” means an agreement that creates or provides for a lien.

(14)State” means any of the several States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, or any territory or possession of the United States.

(15)United States” means—(A)a Federal corporation;(B)an agency, department, commission, board, or other entity of the United States; or(C)an instrumentality of the United States.(16)United States marshal” means a United States marshal, a deputy marshal, or an official of the United States Marshals Service designated under section 564.(Added Pub. L. 101–647, title XXXVI, § 3611, Nov. 29, 1990, 104 Stat. 4933.)

4th Generation Warfare


The Root of the Problem

At the heart of this phenomenon, Fourth Generation war,- lies not a military evolution but a political, social, and moral revolution: a crisis of legitimacy of the state. All over the world, citizens of states are transferring their primary allegiance away from the state to other entities: to tribes, ethnic groups, religions, gangs, ideologies, and “causes.” Many people who will no longer fight for their state are willing to fight for their new primary loyalty. In America’s two wars with Iraq, the Iraqi state-armed forces showed little fight. But Iraqi insurgents whose loyalties were to various non-state elements waged a hard-fought and effective guerrilla war.

The fact that the root of Fourth Generation war is a political, social, and moral phenomenon, the decline of the state, means there can be no purely military solution to Fourth Generation threats. Military force is incapable, by itself, of restoring legitimacy to a state.

The Book of Ninja


The Bansenshukai is a Japanese military manual based on samurai guerrilla tactics, espionage, assassination and destruction, which contains dangerous and deadly information. Instructions include: theft, explosives, poisonous gases, toxins, clandestine and underhanded action and arson, among many other military topics. This translation has been made available in English for the purpose of history and for education and is a deep and academic look into the misunderstood arts of the Japanese shinobi no mono, or ninja as they are more commonly known. Therefore, the information contained within is for research purposes only and should not be recreated nor re-enacted in any way.

The Book of Ninja

Ninja Hands of Death


Complete Ninja Collection

The Resister


This publication is not intended to be a comprehensive work on the intelligence requirements for resistance, nor on the tradecraft necessary to operate and survive under strict population control measures. It is intended to be an introductory text — a primer that defines organizational requirements and limited operational methodology.

Effective resistance begins with knowing what needs to be done. Reduced to its simplest terms, intelligence is knowledge and foreknowledge of the world around us — the prelude to decision and action by (in our case) under- ground and resistance policy makers. The underground intelligence organization provides this information in a fashion that helps consumers, either resistance political leaders or militia commanders, to consider alternative options and outcomes.

The intelligence process involves the painstaking — generally tedious — collection of facts, their analysis, quick and clear evaluations, production of intelligence assessments, and their timely dissemination to consumers. Above all, the analytical process must be rigorous, timely, and relevant to the underground’s policy needs and concerns. The underground intelligence organization deals with both classified and unclassified information on federal, state and local government, law enforcement and military developments. Its analysts takes raw data and produce finished intelligence by analyzing, evaluating, interpreting, and integrating the various pieces of information.

The underground intelligence organization offers the intelligence consumer a broad range of products (which may be presented through a variety of media):

7 Principles of Tradecraft

• Daily publications and bulletins or briefings about current developments.

• Biographical reports and psychological studies.

• Assessments, briefs, and memorandums on specific subjects.

• Technical analyses or weapons, weapon systems, and how to defeat them.

• Formal estimates that take more in-depth looks at specific national situations.

• Comprehensive research studies.

• Serial publications and situation reports addressing specialized topics, key locations, or important policy issues.

Some of the best information used in various intelligence products comes from sensitive sources. To protect these sources — whether human or technical — and to ensure the continued availability of the information to the resistance, most intelligence is classified and carefully controlled on a “need -to-know” basis.

There are four categories of intelligence sources, also known as collection disciplines:

1 . Signals intelligence, also known as SIGINT, includes information derived from intercepted communications and electronic emissions in general.

2. Imagery, referred to as IMINT, includes both overhead and ground imagery.

3. Measurements and signature intelligence, also known as MASINT, is technically derived intelligence data other than IMINT and SIGINT. The data result in intelligence that locates, identifies, or describes distinctive characteristics of targets.

4. Human source intelligence, also known as HUMINT, involves clandes- tine and covert collection techniques. The following are some of the principal types of collection associated with HUMINT:

•Acquisition of open-source data from media, including radio, TV, films, newspapers, journals, and books.

•Clandestine source acquisition of information and other data (including photography, documents, and other material) of intelligence value.

•Data collection.

•Debriefing of citizens of sovereign states who travel or have access to government information.

•Interrogation of federal prisoners. Simply put, intelligence is knowledge, organization, and activity. Frank Slocum Intelligence Officer, SF Underground

How to Spot Informants

Principles of Tradecraft

The Secret World of Government


the-american-civil-war-and-freemasonry.pngWHY IS CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION IN DEADLY DANGER!

Because “Christianity” has become positively Christless!

Not only do we not execute the commands of our SAVIOUR, but nearly all our Aryan so called ruling class, and even clergy, seem to believe that HE was “wrong” and that they “are wiser.”

They think that they must not be as full of “racial hatred” and “religious prejudice” as they imagine HE was (St. John, VIH, 44) when HE condemned the scribes, whose criminal hooks sailed the Talmud are being followed by an entire race, which is killing us!

Out of each 100 gentiles 99 will surely shout: “CHRIST ordered us to love even our worst foes.” Precisely; that is why we ere obliged to prevent the Jews from “doing their lust of murder.”*

The more we love somebody, the more must we endeavor to cure his criminality.

“I must be cruel only to be kind,” Hamlet said.

Love and connivance with crimes are different matters.

“Would you tell your beloved child: “Go and murder?”

Love the foes of CHRIST, but check their “lust of murder.”

The Secret World Government or The Hidden Hand

Indentured Servants

Franz Feyerabend (1755-1800) Jailer & Female Convict Wearing a Neck Stock

During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries a variety of labor market institutions developed to facilitate the movement of labor in response to the opportunities created by American factor proportions. While some immigrants migrated on their own, the majority of immigrants were either indentured servants or African slaves.

Because of the cost of passage—which exceeded half a year’s income for a typical British immigrant and a full year’s income for a typical German immigrant—only a small portion of European migrants could afford to pay for their passage to the Americas (Grubb 1985a). They did so by signing contracts, or “indentures,” committing themselves to work for a fixed number of years in the future—their labor being their only viable asset—with British merchants, who then sold these contracts to colonists after their ship reached America. Indentured servitude was introduced by the Virginia Company in 1619 and appears to have arisen from a combination of the terms of two other types of labor contract widely used in England at the time: service in husbandry and apprenticeship (Galenson 1981). In other cases, migrants borrowed money for their passage and committed to repay merchants by pledging to sell themselves as servants in America, a practice known as “redemptioner servitude (Grubb 1986). Redemptioners bore increased risk because they could not predict in advance what terms they might be able to negotiate for their labor, but presumably they did so because of other benefits, such as the opportunity to choose their own master, and to select where they would be employed.

Although data on immigration for the colonial period are scattered and incomplete a number of scholars have estimated that between half and three quarters of European immigrants arriving in the colonies came as indentured or redemptioner servants. Using data for the end of the colonial period Grubb (1985b) found that close to three-quarters of English immigrants to Pennsylvania and nearly 60 percent of German immigrants arrived as servants.

A number of scholars have examined the terms of indenture and redemptioner contracts in some detail (see, e.g., Galenson 1981; Grubb 1985a). They find that consistent with the existence of a well-functioning market, the terms of service varied in response to differences in individual productivity, employment conditions, and the balance of supply and demand in different locations.

Indentured Servitude in Colonial America

Indentured Servants


Record of Indentured Servants

White Servitude

Nine Unknown Facts About Fluoride

Fluoride Quote

Fluoride is commonly accepted as a beneficial substance and necessary for proper oral health. However, when an individual realized human beings do not require fluoride for health, and people are never fluoride deficient, these assumptions and beliefs begin to fall apart. Oral health is easily maintainable without fluoride treatment in water and the ingredient in toothpaste.

In this article, we will review nine unknown facts about fluoride.

Fluoride Has Demonstrated Carcinogenic Properties

In a 1991 study published by the International Journal of Cancer, researchers noted the carcinogenic effects of fluoride in animals [1].

In a 1992 study published by the New Jersey Department of Health, researchers noted a 6.9-fold increase in bone cancer in young males associated with the prevalence of fluorination [2].

In a 1977 study, researchers noted a 5% increase in all types of cancers in fluoridated communities [3].

During two 1975 Congressional hearings, Dr. John Yiamouyiannis, Ph.D., former scientific director at the National Health Federation, and Dr. Dean Burke, Ph.D., a retired 34-year researcher at the National Cancer Institute, presented the cancer-causing findings to Congress [4] [5].

Dr. Burk stated, “In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer death, and causes it faster than any other chemical … I know of no, and I mean absolutely no means of prevention that would save so many lives as simply to stop fluoridation, or don’t start it where it is otherwise going to be started. Therefore, you might save 30,000 or 40,000 or 50,000 live a year, cancer lives” [6].

Researchers have associated fluoride to cancer because half of ingested fluoride is deposited into bones, and fluoride promotes growth at the end of bones, where osteosarcoma occurs [7].

Nine Unknown Facts About Fluoride

The Future of Genocide


Kaufmann distinguishes four possibilities, which he calls fightrepressflee, and join.

  • “Fight” means attempting to avoid the inevitable, as the Japanese have mysteriously been able to do, by maintaining inherited majorities.
  • “Repress” refers to intensified state repression of white opposition to their own dispossession under color of fighting “racism.”
  • “Flee” refers to what has long been known as white flight, with whites colonizing areas where they maintain a supermajority. “Join” refers to a Brazilian-style acceptance of admixture whereby whites would continue to exist as a social category even as most become mixed to some extent.
  • “Join” is Kaufmann’s own preference: firstly, to convince whites that resistance is futile (hence the inevitability tropes) and, secondly, to assure them their mixed-race future won’t really be so bad.

Kaufmann wishes to “draw the sting of right-wing populism,” but realizes that repression alone cannot succeed. “Conservative whites need to have a future,” he warns, because “even if [they] don’t win elections, they are in a position to obstruct change, damage social cohesion and, perhaps, pose a security threat.”

Once this white pacification is accomplished, however, the West “can begin to refocus on priorities such as democratization, climate change, economic growth and inequality” (which we are apparently not focused on enough already).

10 Stages to Genocide

Eric Kaufmann Whiteshift

White Genocide

The 11 Step Plan of Cultural Subversion

Cultural Subversion

The Frankfurt School has 11 objectives to destroy society

1. The creation of racism offences.
2. Continual change to create confusion
3. The teaching of sex and homosexuality to children
4. The undermining of schools’ and teachers’ authority
5. Huge immigration to destroy identity.
6. The promotion of excessive drinking
7. Emptying of churches
8. An unreliable legal system with bias against victims of crime
9. Dependency on the state or state benefits
10. Control and dumbing down of media
11. Encouraging the breakdown of the family

Political Correctness by Weaponizing Language


The South was Right


The reasons which led the Southern States to withdraw from the Union in 1861. These reasons are given more fully in many large works, but our young people never see them, and the average man is too busy to read them. Northern writers have never understood our side, and even when disposed to be friendly, are incapable of interpreting our motives. Most of the histories used in our schools are too brief to give a correct idea of the subject, yet it is very important that it should be understood. I have endeavored to put the most important facts in a brief space and simple form, with the hope that they will be read by people too busy for larger books, and especially by pupils in our schools and colleges. I believed in the beginning of the war, though only a child, that the South was right, and I believe it now. And I believe further that if this government lasts a hundred years longer, and continues to be a nation of free people, it will be because the principles of political liberty, for which the South contended, survive the shock of that tremendous revolution. For this reason, if for no other, the position of the South should be understood.

South was Right

Conquest of a Continent