Norman v Heers (Trustee) [2016] FCA 821

“I am of sound mind, i.e. this affidavit and the facts herein are the product of knowledge and creative-expression by its creator. My name constitutes property. My name is owned by my master in accordance with the common-law copyright notice attached hereto and marked with the letter “A 1”. My owner/master is sui juris (sovereign), sentient, and a human being, complete with soul, i.e. my owner/master has a direct experience of the divine, answering only to the God within (SUI JURIS. Lat. Of his own right; possessing full social and civil right; not under any legal disability, or the power of another, or guardianship. Black’s 4th.).

My owner/master has the right to the security of the person, especially where I am said person. This affidavit has the indorsement of my owner/master in his/her correct status as an Authorized Representative or Agent for me, by way of red ink signature, which signifies the blood of the living, breathing, man/woman (Note: Where the said signature is not red, it is to be taken as being red. This is because it is intended that way but has obviously been incorrectly required, by cultural milieu or otherwise, to be different). My owner/master possesses estate allodium (ALLODIAL. Free; not holden of any lord or superior; owned without obligation of vassalage or fealty; the opposite of feudal. Black’s 1st. ALLODIUM. Land held absolutely in one’s own right, and not of any lord or superior; land not subject to feudal duties or burdens. An estate held by absolute ownership, without recognizing any superior to whom any duty is due on account thereof. Black’s 1st.).

There are ten (10) maxims of Commerce:
(a) A workman is worthy of his hire.
(b) All are equal under the Law.
(c) In Commerce truth is sovereign.
(d) Truth is expressed by means of an affidavit.
(e) An unrebutted affidavit stands as the truth in Commerce.
(f) An unrebutted affidavit becomes the judgment in Commerce.
(g) A matter must be expressed to be resolved.
(h) He who leaves the field of battle first loses by default.
(i) Sacrifice is the measure of credibility.
(j) A lien or claim can be satisfied only through rebuttal by Counter-affidavit point-for-point, resolution by jury, or payment.”

Some of the content in the balance of the affidavits appears to be directed to a dispute about the basis upon which the underlying sequestration order was made against the first applicant and to seek the setting aside of that order.  These include the following paragraphs:

“No debt or alleged debt. ab initio. has yet been substantiated therefore any party attempting to collect on said debt, is an unsolicited interloper.
Specie of money – Credit-money differs from money earned from labour in that a workman is worthy of his hire and credit money is not derived from anything of intrinsic value. whereas money from labour is commonly interpreted as a measure of productivity.
The payment of interest, especially on loans of credit, is an unconscionable bargain/contract because:
Interest is only created by bookkeeping entry and by payment of its alleged obligation.
The current financial system at its core is similar to a Ponzi-scheme whereby promises to pay form the principal investments.
These principal investments (promissory notes or credit applications) generate negotiable instruments. i.e. “money” as per UCC 3-104, which is then converted and reissued as a “loan”.
All said “money”’ is fiat currency and thus only worth what one is prepared to pay/exchange for it.
Payment of interest inherently reduces other parties ability to pay.
Labour-earned money (or the presumption of) paid as interest on credit money is a measure of sacrifice.
My owner/master must have increased credibility in proportion to the level of unwittingly sacrificing his/her time and money as interest payments.
Credit and credit cards that are not secured (hence the justification for higher interest) are only ever unconscionable bargains/contracts and when this is realized, so to is the realization that there is no obligation to pay.”

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