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3.0 A History of Slavery 
Article 325-Settlement 
(Birth) Certificate 
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A Settlement Certificate, also known as a "Birth Certificate" since 
1837, is an official document issued to validly recorded poor (paupers) 
granting them certain basic rights and entitlement to benefits in 
exchange for recognition of their status as being owned as "property" and 
lawful slaves, also known as indentured servants and bondsmen. A 
"settlement" therefore is equivalent to a voluntary slave plantation. 

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Under King Henry VIII of England and his Venetian/Magyar advisers, 
the first poor laws were promulgated around 1535 coinciding with the 
first official mandate requiring uniform record keeping by all Church of 
England parishes of births, deaths and marriages. The poor were 
considered the responsibility of the "Church" including ensuring they had 
ample work and did not starve to death as they were considered by 
default the property of the church. 

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Under Queen Elizabeth I of England, a set of measures were introduced 
which had the effect of accelerating the disenfranchisement of land 
peasants into landless paupers. Under the Erection of Cottages Act 1588, 
peasants required local parish permission to erect dwellings whereas 
before the erection of a dwelling by a land peasant on their lord's land 
was considered a "right". As a result, the ranks of the landless poor, or 
"paupers" swelled. 

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Under Queen Elizabeth I of England, the laws concerning the 
administration and care of the "poor" were refined through the Poor Law 
(1601) which introduced a basic set of "rights" for the poor as well as the 
introduction of two "Overseers of the Poor" (Guardian) in each Parish, 
elected at Easter and funded through the first levy (tax) through local 
rates (now called "council taxes") on property owning rate payers. 

Useful links

The ‘Cestui Que Vie’ Birth Certificate Trust

“You may receive a monthly statement from a Mortgage Company; Loan Company or Utility Company, which usually has already been paid by the TRUST.  Almost all of these corporate businesses double dip and hope that you have been conditioned well enough by their Credit Scams, to pay them a second time.  Instead of paying that Statement next time, sign it approved and mail it back to them.  If they then contact you about payment, ask them to send you a TRUE BILL instead of a Statement and you will be glad to pay it?  A Statement documents what was due and paid, whereas a TRUE BILL represents only what is due.  Banks and Utility Companies have direct access into these CESTUI QUE VIE Trusts and all they needed was your name; social security number and signature.”