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Herein we provide a discussion on the Off-Ledger funds as these are often submitted to UNOITC where the Holder believes that off-ledger funds are cash funds and they own the account. In most cases, they do own the account, but usually do not own what is in the account. 

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This situation usually has one of two or three most usual causes. 


Ferdinand Marcos passed away in 1988, and many of the holders of these accounts, believe they now own what is in the accounts. This is not true. Those funds are off-ledger until directed by the Treasury Controller.


The account owner is the holder of money that does not belong to them. For example, both President Soekarno and President Ferdinand Marcos entrusted trillions in assets to many holders. The Holders do not own the funds in their accounts and the banks holding the funds also know the Holder of the funds is a trustee and does not allow the Holder to sell or otherwise dispose of the funds. 


The funds remain within the ownership of the System they were deposited in, and the banks know this. The System is still alive and functioning well under the Heir of the System. He owns the assets. The Holder will be given the option to work with the Controller and obtain the benefit promised to him or her by Marcos.  The Treasury Controller will honour those agreements. However, many Holders do not understand and, even when offered their benefit, they refuse because as they are the account signatory, they believe that they are also the signatory for the assets within the account. They are not, as only the Owner of the asset is the signatory. If they do not wish to work with the Treasury Controller, that is their choice, but then the Holder loses all the benefits he would have had from cooperation.


The second account where off-ledger funds controlled by someone occurs, is where the funds are derived from mirroring an account and trading against that account as though the funds in that account belong to him. The proceeds from this type of trade will always accrue to the Principal Account. In trading, Proceeds accrue to the Principal. Proceeds from all trading do NOT belong to the investor, they belong to the Federal System until they are legally discharged through investment into a project. When this does not occur, the funds are retained by the Federal System until there is due discharge. While no lawful discharge has occurred, the funds remain the property of the 5th level of the Federal System.


The third type of off-ledger asset that falls under the control of the international Treasury Controller are funds derived from mirroring Federal Accounts and then trying to sell them off as IP-IP Funds or MT103-202 funds. These transactions are based on fraud from day one. The funds usually move from a private swift server to a bank swift server. They appear to have value but have no real bankable value, as there is no bank guaranteeing the value of these funds. In rare circumstances, OITC will redeem these funds under a return structure.


The financial system is a two-tiered system, one tier is off-ledger funds that represent collateral, and the other tier is on-ledger funds that represent available money, often referred to as back screen and front screen respectively. When money moves from the back screen to the front screen, the movement must be authorized by OITC. 


From a technical point of view, the stored assets of gold and other metals, of land, and general wealth that have intrinsic value, by law are owned by all Nations and that value is centralized and then book entered in off-ledger accounts against which on-ledger accounts are substantiated and underwritten. The amount in off-ledger accounts is vastly more than the amount in on-ledger accounts. 


There are thousands of these off-ledger accounts. 


Some of these accounts are held by various signatories and holders, many of them believe that because they are signatories or holders they own the assets.  This is not so.  The assets are owned and controlled by OITC under International Treaty Agreements.  OITC are the Heirs and Owners of the Collateral Accounts because there must be an owner in order to pledge the assets as only an owner can pledge the assets. That is a legal matter. These Collateral Accounts underpin the Global Reserve Currency, which is the United States Dollar. The United States Dollar in turn underpins all other Currencies. The control of these accounts is both rigid and permitted only through the Institutional Parent Registration Accounts that underpin the Federal Reserve and all Central Banks, who in turn provide the surety of hard collateral granted by OITC.


Off-ledger accounts are usually presented in the form of an account statement.  Behind the statement will always be a black screen which identifies the origin of the off-ledger funds.

Off-ledger funds are not real money.  They are DATA which is underpinned by the real and usually gold assets owned by OITC.


A holder or account signatory cannot ever use the off-ledger funds for anything.  


Often there are account signatories who offer the use of these funds for trade purposes to other people for a fee.  Although this is not illegal, it is unethical as the “buyer” unsuspectingly believes he is receiving value which can be converted into real funds for trade, which is not the case.


Off-ledger funds can be redeemed/repatriated by returning the funds to the rightful owner which is OITC. The account holder and signatory will make an application to return the DATA in these accounts and the process of repatriation and redemption will earn him his promised benefit.


There is no point in an account holder or account signatory trying to convince UNOITC that he has real funds. Once UNOITC see an account statement and account number it is easy to cross-reference the manner of the account status within minutes.


By submitting his application for redemption/repatriation of off-ledger funds on his account, the holder will confirm that, in accordance with International Treaty Law, acknowledged and endorsed by all Nations since January 20 1995 in compliance with Ratification 1898 to the TREATY OF PARIS-1935-1974-1987 Constituted CC.3957P-DECISION-ALPHA OMEGA MARSHAL PLAN C.A.G.R.SP.70014-IPRA-8371., which granted mandatory powers in enforcement in the execution of the resolution of the written order and the relinquishment of the International Treaty Rights for the Federal asset(s) recovery act of the new Nations of the World Treaties Pact. The mentioned funds are acknowledged to belong to the Federal System’s 5th-level structure, the privately owned Institutional Parent Registration Commission Accounts (IPRA), which is managed, owned, and controlled by The Office of International Treasury Control.


The procedure for redemption/repatriation of off-ledger funds is to return the funds to one of the nominated bank accounts in the respective UNOITC-designated Subsidiary under a Consortium Agreement.  Delivery of such funds is completed by DTC. Once the transfer has been completed, the DATA will be matched with the real assets and converted to cash on account.  The cash on account belongs to OITC as OITC is the owner of the real asset value.  The account holder/signatory is compensated for his service according to prescribed financial benefits as approved by the Federal Reserve.

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