Creditor and Debtor Law
The next few blogs will be a mix of material. I found a presentation that I did early last year. It was produced around the time of the Memphis shooting of a “debt protester” and his son. If you are unfamiliar with this event, you can research it on google if you like.
I did not focus on the event; but rather the reasons why the event occurred in relation to Debtor/Creditor Law. There are tons of maxims of law when it comes to the Lender-Borrower or Creditor-Debtor relationship. It is covered throughout history in what are known as Universal Principles, such as “don’t become a surety for debt”; “don’t strike hands for the debts of another”; and “the borrower is a slave to the lender”. And, of course, we see another “maxim” on the bumper stickers of cars.
Looking at the culture in some Nation-states today, though; one might wonder if people would even bother to work and be productive if they didn’t have that “debt-whip” driving them.
In any event, I am going to follow this up quickly with more review of last year and a look at future economics that are coming; according to some “forecasters”. But, before that…the next blog coming after this is going to be a “golden oldie”. It’s not of the same quality as some of what gets produced on the website currently, but I have had a request for it. And it is a great review of the Right of Self-determination.