As the government draws its income from much of the population, government debt is an indirect debt of the taxpayers. A broader definition of government debt may consider all government liabilities, including future pension payments and payments for goods and services the government has contracted but not yet paid.
On October 23, 2014, the order for decolonization issued the arrest of all trade, trade agreements and commerce in relation to the region known as Norway.
Further measures of Postliminium was issued on November 01, 2014, which is a term of public international law. The term invalidates all illegitimate acts that an occupant may have performed on a given territory. It is applied, in international law, to the recapture of property taken by an enemy, and its consequent restoration to its original owner.
The principle of postliminium, as a part of public international law, is a specific version of the maxim ex injuria jus non oritur, providing for the invalidity of all illegitimate acts that an occupant may have performed on a given territory after its recapture by the legitimate sovereign. Therefore, if the occupant has appropriated and sold public or private property that may not legitimately be appropriated by a military occupant, the original owner may reclaim that property without payment of compensation.
Postliminium therefore, according to its original signification, means the right, accruing to any one in consequence of his return home from captivity.
With the loss of their 900 Billion Sovereign Wealth Fund and the accumulated fees resulting from penalties*, the Norwegian government and its citizens are in default.
Repossession becomes an act of necessity and is a “self-help” type of action in which the party having right of ownership of the property in question takes the property back from the party who took possession of it (whether agreed, implied or usurped), without invoking court proceedings.
*In the issue where willful misconduct was used by the offending party (Norwegian Government failure to comply with their administrative procedures, laws, and constitution) in relation to the indigenous land owner, no remedy in damages will be offered.
Willful Misconduct Law & Legal Definition
Willful misconduct generally means a knowing violation of a reasonable and uniformly enforced rule or policy. It means intentionally doing that which should not be done or intentionally failing to do that which should be done, knowing that injury to a person will probably result or recklessly disregarding the possibility that injury to a person may result. http://definitions.uslegal.com/w/willful-misconduct/
Therefore, the Norwegian government (nation-state, corporate partners, and international allies) will immediately return all public and private commercial property (movable and immovable, real estate, including churches, universities, schools, museums, libraries, etc.) to the indigenous land owner Sovereign Crown Denderah, effective January 26, 2015.
This order further includes the adverse possession of all materials relating to public and private, endowments, trust, funds or estates*. Furthermore, any attempt to disrupt or remove items, particularly personal property stored at the Humanities and Social Sciences Library lockers (Georg Sverdrups Hus), will result in a 1,000,000.00 (One Million) fine payable in gold.
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Source: DomoreGoodDeeds.Wordpress.com (Press Release-Public Notice)