Reality & Society: History of Your Social Security Number: The Number That Tracks You As a Commodity
This sermon is going to prove to you that the government owns you!
What Are Maritime Admiralty Laws?
According to Maritime Admiralty Law, a person, being as they are born of their mother's water, can be considered a Maritime Admiralty Product. It is for that reason that you had to have a birth certificate when you were born: because you are a stock in a Maritime Admiralty Banking Scheme. Your birth certificate is therefore not proof of your having been born at all; it is actually a share.
You are held as collateral to secure the debt which your government owes to international bankers.
You Are Not Free Under The Beast System!
What is the definition of a certificate?
Definition of certificate (Entry 1 of 2)
1: a document containing a certified statement especially as to the truth of something specifically : a document certifying that one has fulfilled the requirements of and may practice in a field 2: something serving the same end as a certificate 3: a document evidencing ownership or debt a stock certificate
Your Birth Certificate holds no value but you as the person who was born does. This is why they assign you a Social Security Number.
What is Your Social Security Number Used For?
This is Taken from the government's website:
The Social Security number (SSN) was created in 1936 for the sole purpose of tracking the earnings histories of U.S. workers, for use in determining Social Security benefit entitlement and computing benefit levels.
Today the SSN may be the most commonly used numbering system in the United States. As of December 2008, the Social Security Administration (SSA) had issued over 450 million original SSNs, and nearly every legal resident of the United States had one.
The SSN's very universality has led to its adoption throughout government and the private sector as a chief means of identifying and gathering information about an individual.
What Can They Learn About You With The Social Security Number Assigned To You?
Many businesses ask for your SSN because it is a convenient way to identify you in their system. As a result, your social security number can now reveal all kinds of information about you, including places you've lived, your credit history, and maybe even medical conditions.
The numbers on the Social Security Card
The Area Number
The area number is the first grouping in the social security number. Originally, the area number indicated the location of the Social Security Administration office where an SSN was issued (state, territory, or possession) (SSA.gov).
Social Security numbers are an invaluable tool for screeners to use when performing background checks. Your Social Security number will not tell your full life story, but it does provide a critical framework that screeners and employers can use to ask deeper questions.
What is A Social Security Number Used For?
Assigned at birth, the SSN enables government agencies to identify individuals in their records and businesses to track an individual's financial information.
First and foremost, your social security number is used to verify your identity. Your social security number is attached to one name and one birthday.
However, creating the SSN scheme and assigning SSNs to U.S. workers was no easy task. Passage of the Social Security Act in August 1935 set in motion a huge effort to build the infrastructure needed to support a program affecting tens of millions of individuals. Many said the task was impossible (SSA 1952; SSA 1965, 26).
Employers were to begin to deduct payroll taxes from worker's wages in January 1937, giving the agency little time to establish the SSN process.1 Besides clarifying program policy, the agency needed to hire and train employees (7,500 by March 1938), set up facilities, develop public education programs, and create an earnings-tracking system (Corson 1938, 6).
Synonyms for scheme
Who Developed Social Security?
When economist Edwin Witte helped develop the Social Security Act of 1935, the numbers were solely a way to keep track of the new retirement payment system.
The assignment of Social Security numbers, or SSNs, was controversial. The U.S. government had never distributed individual numbers like this before, and some “were very frightened of giving the government the ability to have a number to track people,” Witte says.
Despite some Republicans’ contention that it was government overreach, the Social Security Act passed in the Democrat-led Congress in August 1935; and “the first SSN was issued sometime in mid-November 1936,” says Dorothy J. Clark, a Social Security spokesperson.
According to the Clayton Act- Persons Are Not A Commodity
Section 6 of The Clayton Act- From the Government
SEC. 6. that 2 the labor of a human being is not a commodity or article of commerce. Nothing contained in the antitrust laws shall be construed to forbid the existence and operation of labor, agricultural, or horticultural organizations, instituted for the purposes of mutual help, and not having capital stock or conducted for profit, or to forbid or restrain individual members of such organizations from lawfully carrying out the legitimate objects thereof; nor shall such organizations, or the members thereof, be held or construed to be illegal combinations or conspiracies in restraint of trade, under the antitrust laws.
Is Labor Considered A Commodity?- Marxist
Labor is as much a commodity, selling in the market, as the materials to be worked up. If there Is a great demand for the product, there is a great demand for the materials and for the labor necessary to manufacture it. If the price of materials goes up, wages go up.
Here is where the government needs to apply the law and enforce the documents on file.
Human Resources: The Department in your Businesses are Labeled This For A Reason
Human beings are considered as an important resource because they make the best use of the nature to create more resources. They can do this as they have the knowledge, skill and the technology to do so. This ability is acquired by people on the basis of education received by them.
Definition of resource
1a: a source of supply or support : an available means —usually used in plural
b: a natural source of wealth or revenue —often used in plural
c: a natural feature or phenomenon that enhances the quality of human life
d: computable wealth —usually used in plural
e: a source of information or expertise 2: something to which one has recourse in difficulty : EXPEDIENT 3: a possibility of relief or recovery
Etymology of Resource
1610s, "any means of supplying a want or deficiency," from French resourse "a source, a spring," noun use of fem. past participle of Old French resourdre "to rally, raise again," from Latin resurgere "rise again" (see resurgent).
The meaning "possibility of aid or assistance" (often with a negative) is by 1690s; the meaning "expedient, device, shift" also is from 1690s. Resources as "a country's wealth, means of raising money and supplies" is recorded by 1779. A library resource center was so called by 1968.
We can choose to Rise up or we can choose to be a slave, the choice is yours as you are not free the way this world is now.
Definition of slavery
1a: the practice of slaveholding
b: the state of a person who is held in forced servitude
c: a situation or practice in which people are entrapped (as by debt) and exploited
d: submission to a dominating influence
Who created the credit score?
The credit scoring system got its origins back in 1956 when engineer Bill Fair and mathematician Earl Isaac joined forces to create Fair Isaac & Company. Although the pair’s first few attempts to develop an automated scoring system failed, they continued to fine-tune it.
In 1989, the official FICO score was created. It's the system that we continue to use.
Why Was the Credit Score Invented?
Credit scoring was invented by the Fair Isaac Corporation in 1958 to provide a quick, data-driven method for determining the credit worthiness of an individual or corporation. This innovation was only possible with the development of the computer and modern communications technology.
Etymology of Credit
1540s, "belief, faith," from French crédit (15c.) "belief, trust," from Italian credito, from Latin creditum "a loan, thing entrusted to another," neuter past participle of credere "to trust, entrust, believe" (see credo).
The commercial sense of "confidence in the ability and intention of a purchaser or borrower to make payment at some future time" was in English by 1570s (creditor is mid-15c.); hence "sum placed at a person's disposal" by a bank, etc., 1660s. From 1580s as "one who or that which brings honor or reputation to."
Meaning "honor, acknowledgment of merit," is from c. 1600.
Academic sense of "point awarded for completing a course of study" is by 1904 (short for hour of credit (1892), given for satisfactory completion of one lecture, etc., a week, usually one hour in length). Movie/broadcasting sense "acknowledgement and naming of the individual contributors" (in plural, credits) is by 1914.
Credit rating is from 1958; credit union "cooperative banking society" is 1881, American English.
He that loveth silver shall not be satisfied with silver; nor he that loveth abundance with increase: this is also vanity.
A false balance is abomination to the Lord: but a just weight is his delight.
2 When pride cometh, then cometh shame: but with the lowly is wisdom.
3 The integrity of the upright shall guide them: but the perverseness of transgressors shall destroy them.
4 Riches profit not in the day of wrath: but righteousness delivereth from death.
He who trusts in his riches will fall, but the righteous shall flourish as the green leaf.
You are Free When you Break Away from This Beast System. Because of the extend of the matters at hand Abba Yah Must Come To Reset The World and Take Control of His Creation again.
***This is a Declaration That I Elisabeth Marie Jackson Is and Always Will Be a Free Woman as I was Born Free!!!!
credit | Etymology, origin and meaning of credit by etymonline
How Are Credit Score Points Calculated? (pocketsense.com)
When Were Credit Scores Invented? What You Should Know (marketrealist.com)
Resource Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster