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Are you an Accomodation Party Accommodation Party is defined as: One who signs commercial paper in any capacity

for the purpose of lending his name (i. e. credit) to another party to instrument. UCC !"#$% &uch party is a surety. 'ut what if you did not sign an instrument( say for e)ample( the Certificate of *i+e 'irth ,eport filed with -..& or -ept. of Commerce( or -ept. of the /reasury (,egister)0 Are you still a surety( or guarantor0 /he answer is yes. &igned includes any sym1ol e)ecuted or adopted 1y a party with present intention to authenticate a writing. UCC $"23$(!4). /he UCC commentary of this section has this to say: &igned (after the fact the name( or credit( was lent): /he inclusion of authentication in the definition of signed is to ma5e clear that as the term is used in this Act (UCC) a complete signature is not necessary. Authentication may 1e printed( stamped or written6 it may 1e 1y initials or 1y thum1 print. 7t may 1e on any part of the document and in appropriate cases may 1e found in a 1ill heading or letterhead. 8hat is an appropriate case0 9or purpose of this discussion( an appropriate case may 1e a legal document called a court caption on a legal pleading( or a Certificate of *i+e 'irth ,eport filed and registered 1y a physician( and with your :ame your Credit( and your /itle passing to the .older"in"due"course6 always. /itle to goods (;oods < the un1orn young of animals ) passes to the .older"in"due course in+ol+ed in the transaction. /he /hing (res " pronounced ,AC=) or /itle to the goods( in the form of a 8arehouse ,eceipt( or 9ield 8arehouse ,eceipt( once registered( 1ecomes a perfected security( lea+ing the pledgee in the position of a su1" ordinate de1tor( for the simple reason there are creditors( and there are de1tors( and one can not assume 1oth capacities on the simple reasoning and sound logic that one can not 1e o1ligated to ones self( i.e.( one can not contract with one>s self to form a 1inding contract. /his precedence can 1e found articulated in the landmar5 case /rustee of the -artmouth College +. 8oodward. &uch a pledge is o1ligatory on the pledgee ..... and once transacted( lea+es the pledgee without title( rights( nor remedy .... e)cept to complain of the trustee>s performance ..... /his lea+es the pledgee with no credit( name( or title in effect stramineus homo( a dummy( or strawman in the capacity of a su1ordinate de1tor (to the .older " in " due " course). /hus( if one has not re"secured the pledge (1ailment( in the form of a de1enture)( or security interest( one>s silence or inaction is all that is necessary for the holder"in"due"course to gi+e legal effect to the preceding act( and you 1ecome the accomodation party( with no +alue( rights( or remedy. Congratulation concerning your transformation into the goyim.

8ithout the name( title( or credit( you ha+e little or no rights( and no remedy. 8hat>s worse( all your precious la1or and ser+ices to fulfill the American -ream( is considered nothing more than a gift to the .older"in" due"course (see: !$ U&C !2$(d)(2)). And( when the 7,& gets in+ol+ed( do you really 1elie+e you>re 1eing targeted for a ta) lia1ility( from some reali?ed duty of citi?enship0 Poppycoc5@ Aou are 1eing fined for not honoring the pledge made in your 1ehalf (see: $B U&C !C$!(c))( i.e.( .... as if the lia1ility of the person fined were a lia1ility for ta) assessed... /here you ha+e it( plain and simple. /he registration of the pledge( 1y accomodation( perfects a security interest in the goods pledged( in fa+or of the holder"in"due"course( and this pledge (i.e.( pignus or hypotheca6 is a species of 1ailment) runs in perpetuity unto the tenth generation of un1orn children who ha+e yet to 1ecome a gleam in daddy>s eye who unfortunately owe the holder"in"due"course in e)cess of eighty three (B!) thousand dollars( money>s worth( or +alue. /he Posterity is tric5ed into spending the assets of their future progeny( all the meanwhile con+inced( this is all well and good6 this is America. And if you do not comprehend a moral pro1lem with this scenario( then what ma5es you thin5 7 should0 ,ight. /his is nothing more than perpetual de1t 1ondage( in the commercial world. ;o+ernment operates with commercial paper( nothing more. Dunicipal corporations issue 1onds on the collateral held in trust (Eure gistionis) which are 1rought 1y someone( thus lea+ing the (priority"ta) e)empt) collateral (pledge( accomodation party) in a seriously su1ordinate capacity6 the issuer of the 1ond( the de1tor( lia1le to redeem the 1onds at a gi+en date6 and the purchaser in the position of creditor with primary and paramount title to the collateral( i.e.( AOU, &/,A8DA: for commercial purpose. =+er wonder why :otice of 9ederal /a) *ien (*e+y) is filed with the County ,ecorders0 /he answer is simple. /he filing against personal property where the su1ordinate de1tor resides( with no title( name( credit( or +alue( and ha+ing ta5en the +alue (1enefit) from the holder"in"due"course and transferred this +alue to your own use( lea+es you either with a duty to account therefore (filing the $3#3)( or a lia1ility (to pay( or discharge) 1oth ci+illy and criminally depending on the holder"in"due"course attitude for the moment( or whate+er profile you fit into. /his is always an admiralty in rem type of action( or transaction 1ecause it always in+ol+es a duty or de1t to the title holder with all of your +alue... 8hat was that( you say.... this is 9,AU-0 '.&. 8hat the fraud could 1e with a little effort on your part is that go+ernment is now pri+ati?ing the security interest in the collateral( ma5ing them( or it( the a1solute *ord Proprietor. /his type of pri+ati?ing (Eure imperii) is what the CA9,>& call unEust enrichment( 1ecause the pledgee is left out of the loop either as de1tor( or creditor( and always with the *ia1ility( i.e.( consumer o1ligation( i.e.( 1y AOU, (PA,/A) ACCODDO-A/7O:... A 9aithful 8itness...