by Gabriel Donohoe
Allsops, the British auctioneering firm which received widespread public censure following the aborted auction of “repossessed” property at the Shelbourne Hotel a few months ago, are now showing some integrity and possible awareness of bankster mortgage fraud.
Or perhaps they fear being caught for huge financial damages by an increasingly aware & aroused Irish people who are now more and more willing to stand up to the bankster villains and ALL their collusive agents.
Tomorrow (Tuesday 15th), Allsops are selling over a hundred properties at an auction in the RDS. A “repossessed” family business belonging to this writer and his wife was to have been among them (Lot 47). The business was seized by a “receiver” some 16 months ago through the device of an interlocutary injunction granted by a compliant high court judge.
The writer unequivocably advised Allsops, and the bank & its “receiver”, that he and his wife were the lawful owners of the property and did not consent to the sale. He also pointed out that the bank had no locus standi in this matter and had failed to provide validation of the alleged debt.
He further pointed out that all banks, corporations, and corporations masquerading as ‘governments’ had been foreclosed by the UCC filings of the One People’s Public Trust (OPPT) on December 25th, 2012, and that these filings have force in international law and can be viewed online at the UCC Registry, Washington D.C., https://gov.propertyinfo.com/DC-Washington/ (Refer: TRUE BILL: WA DC UCC Doc# 2012114776 Oct 24 2012.)
Even at this date the OPPT filings have not been rebutted. That means, by their tacit agreement, the banks admit to “…operating, aiding and abetting private money systems, issuing, collection, legal enforcement systems, operating SLAVERY SYSTEMS… commandeering lawful value by unlawful representation…”
It also means that any individual purporting to act on behalf of a foreclosed entity is now acting alone and is personally liable to the people he or she is harassing. This vulnerability and unlimited liability could cost the interlopers dearly.
Anyway, the upshot is that Allsops have just informed the writer that they now agree to withdraw our property from auction. We are pleased with this common sense approach which shows a new sensibility to a rapidly changing financial landscape.
The power and determination of the people can and will prevail.