LD Azobra describes the similarities between the U.S. Judiciary and the banking system. This is one of a series of topics set to decode the American system. LD asks the question is the judiciary a court of justice or a court of equity. Is the court a bank? What do you think? If you haven’t yet, subscribe to the Count Time Weekly Alerts.
Selected quotes and notes from Count Time Podcast with LD Azobra on the Judicial System
Good evening. Good evening. Good evening it’s 4:00 PM. Stand up it’s count time, time for every man and woman to stand up and be counted. Welcome to another edition of Count Time podcast. I am brother LD Azobra formerly named Lyman white. Thank you for joining us today.
The question is, is the court a bank? Yes. You heard me correctly. Living our everyday life, doing what we do on a daily basis. And in between that sometimes we get a ticket to go to court or something happens as we live in our daily life. And this subject matter is going to help all of us. I believe they don’t give us something to think about.
The question is, is the court a bank? How are you going to cross over from one to the other? How the court will be a bank or how the bank can be a court. That’s why Count Time is here, to enlighten, to engage you and to awaken those who are civilly dead.
And we know that we go to the courthouse. We always see these long lines. So you sit and stand in line to pay off Fine. So is that the same as going to the bank and the bank? Tell us there and you making a deposit or making a withdrawal. But at least at the bank, you can make a withdraw. But at the courts, you just simply paying off what they call your debts or charges or fines fees.
These people, also who collect money, are called bank clerks. But at the court system, we just call them court clerks, and their job is to keep ruckus, make sure everything is in order, make sure all five and fees and debts have been paid. So if there’s a difference between a Bank teller and a clerk, they all do the same thing. But we know the bank, at least you can make withdrawals. But the court, you only make deposits and they keep all deposits. They don’t send you nothing. They only sit there to collect.
Which one is true is the court a bank? We’ve been taught that the court is just simply a governmental body consisting of one or more judges who sit to adjudicate, disputes and administer justice. A question of law for the court to decide. Now, we’ve been taught that a bank is an officially Chartered institution empowered to receive deposits, make loans and provide check ins and saving account services all at a profit. So the bank purpose is to make money. We all know that.
So what’s the purpose of the court then? And how do you connect the two together? Now, many of us know that the bank charges you for fees. That’s what we call bank fees. So we know that the bank can charge you. But also, do you ever think when the courts charge you for a crime? So when you heard me right, you spell it the same way C-H-A-R-G-E charge. And the word is defined the same don’t matter how you look at it. So I want you to go back and pull the word up and look at his legal term. The word charge we hear in the course that John caught a charge or John have a drug charge. So what do the word charge mean?
These are things that we’re going to be talking about to enlighten you, to awaken the mind where you no longer can be deceived or tricked by this system. Because we’ve been hearing the word charge used in court system for a long time. We just never thought much of it. But the word charge, whether you had a bank or in the courts, has the exact same meaning. What do I mean by that?
Just like you open up a bank account, right? What is the bank account is simply a contract between the customer and the banker, whereby the bank obligates itself to honor a check or deposit. But also that, you know, in the court system, you have a court account. What do I mean by a court account where the court can charge you on several counts? Count one, count two, count three, et cetera, et cetera. So the court set up an account for you. You didn’t realize it. It’s the same word.