duties of the unelected Secretary of the Treasury to control you
The Secretary of the Treasury is one of the two U.S. members of Interpol.
He/she is also our governor of the International Monetary Fund.
PART 1 — IMF
The Secretary of the Treasury works for the International Monetary Fund. He controls you by absolute powers that are already pre-approved by congress. When you volunteer into federal jurisdiction (by signing an application for a SSN or by signing a 1040 form, or any other federal form) you become subject to his “actions, regulations, rules, licenses, orders and proclamations heretofore or hereafter taken…” (in the banking laws Title 12, U.S. Code, section 95b). He/she has authority to regulate and control your buying and selling.
Federal Law 22 USC 286a(a) requires the President to appoint the U.S. Governor of the International Monetary Fund. This appointment is given to the Secretary of the Treasury (see Legislative History of Public Law 94-564 page 5942 where Congress is explaining how they are implementing the Bretton-Woods Treaty). If the President appoints someone to an official office required by law, and that position requires him to control you with powers pre-approved by Congress implementing a treaty, don’t you think his salary would be paid by his employer? Title 22 U.S. Code, section 286a(d)(1) prohibits your U.S. government from paying the U.S. Governor of the International Monetary Fund. That’s right! His employer pays his salary. Who’s chain of command are you under? [Note for those who do their homework: the “Agreement” mentioned in 22USC286a is the Bretton-Woods Treaty, which stipulates that the fund pay the governors. Also notice that the Secretary of the Treasury is forced to accept amendments on behalf of the US, whether we want them or not].
[By the way the U.S. Treasury does not process the IRS payroll, the IRS employees are paid by the Department of Agriculture].
The Secretary of the Treasury is the U.S. representative to the International Monetary Fund. He also one of the two U.S. representatives to INTERPOL, and has allegiance to its’ superiors.
PART 2 — INTERPOL
The Secretary of the Treasury and the U.S. Attorney General were designated as the U.S. representatives to INTERPOL in 1958. The word “representative” is very misleading. He doesn’t represent the U.S. — he represents the multinational INTERPOL. He is prohibited from taking instructions from the U.S.
INTERPOL Constitution Article 30 states, in part:
“In the exercise of their duties, the Secretary General and the staff shall neither solicit nor accept instructions from any government or authority outside the organization. They must abstain from any action that might be prejudicial to their international task. Each Member of the Organization shall undertake to respect the exclusively international character of the duties of the Secretary General, and the staff, and abstain from influencing them in the discharge of their duties.”
That’s right! The Secretary of the Treasury must abstain from advising them in the discharge of their duties. He cannot give advice; he can only take orders. He is not the U.S. representative to the IMF; he is the IMF’s manager OF the US. The Secretary of the Treasury takes orders on how to manage IMF property. You are IMF property.
As you can see, this is contrary to the U.S. Oaths of office of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney General.
Inquiring minds might want to know just what “international task” and “exclusively international character of the duties” that are being discharged. Hint: the INTERPOL emblem is a world globe with a sword through it. Globalists cannot have a one-world government until they first destroy all existing governments.
INTERPOL Constitution, Article 21:
“In the exercise of their duties, all members of the Executive Committee shall conduct themselves as representatives of the organization and not as representatives of their respective countries.”
The Secretary of the Treasury is not an officer of the United States. The Secretary of the Treasury acts as a foreign agent. I have been told that an INTERPOL Internal Memorandum of June 6, 1972 required all members to expatriate from their countries.
So how can he/she get away with this? 8 U.S.C. §1481(a) revokes the citizenship of anyone who takes formal declaration of allegiance to a foreign power.
United Nations Oath of Office
“I solemnly affirm to exercise in all loyalty, discretion and conscience the functions entrusted to me as a member of the international service of the United Nations, to discharge those functions and regulate my conduct with the interest of the United Nations only in view, and not to seek or accept instructions in respect to the performance of my duties from any government or other authority external to the organization.”
AS YOU CAN SEE, this oath is contrary to the U.S. government oaths of office of our Secretary of State and our UN Ambassador.