Many of the blog posts here on Governmental Services Corporation Watch have relied upon the evidence on the State of Washington Corporation – Warrant Processing Division website. The legal fictional BAR Attorneys seem to have gotten wise to the obviousness of the following text on such a governmental website:
As it is seen here:
A warrant – or check – is a legal, negotiable instrument drawn against the state treasury in place of a commercial bank. State agencies disburse funds to vendors or other payees by issuing warrants from the state treasury that bears the State Treasurer’s unique Routing Number and are signed by the State Treasurer.
Because the responsibility for authorizing and producing warrants resides with individual state agencies, inquiries about a payment made by a state agency should be directed to the issuing agency.
Have you wondered why everything is “so expensive”? Have you wondered why DEBT is loosing value so quickly? Have you wondered why DEBT is even considered having value?
The STATE OF CALIFORNIA VITAL RECORDS calls debt “valueless”! As even though they say their Birth Certificates are “bank notes” printed on financial “security paper”, they still aren’t worth anything but debt… So, California is saying that debt is worthless. We concur.
Debt being valueless is the reason for the next article:
A fascinating, recent report by the Devonshire Research Group, whose recent work on Tesla was featured here one year ago, has moved beyond the micro and tackled on of the most controversial macroeconomic topic possible: what is the true rate of inflation. What it finds is that, like others before it most notably Shadowstats and Chapwood, the accepted definition of inflation, or CPI, is dramatically understated for various reasons, both political and economic.