“Response to EddyRaye about Papers, Please” by Danlboon – 1.6.23


Entry Submitted by Danlboon at 9:13 AM ET on January 6, 2023

I have seen the video; “Change is on the Horizon” numerous times and it never mentions we will only receive an annual 7% interest with quarterly, bi-annually or annually payments, and the TDA/QFS account funds are not accessible.

You cannot go by what some trusts are set up as, as for my sister has a trust for my elderly mother and they can access whatever funds they want as it is also a checking account.

David Straight and other Sovereign people have gotten access to their Treasury Direct Accounts and there was not just one. We are not allowed to get a loan to purchase a home as those ‘trust’ funds are not available but to earn interest for the QFS as our birth certificate is still owned by the bankers?

The bankers in the past have been able to access our TDA just with our SSN, but now we will never be able to know what is in it or access it?

It has been said that all our bank funds will be thrown into our TDA/QFS account and thus will it be any bills we need to pay or any necessities we want can only be accessed quarterly along with our pay check direct deposits be thrown into that ‘Trust’?

So the reports on us to receive anything starting on or about the 16th is not true and we must wait till at least April to see anything? This will be only about $21,000 every three months and not even enough to purchase a car?

The homeless will stay homeless as they will not have enough for even rent, and for now they do not have a credit score so too bad for them, and they need an address for them to even receive these funds?


I have another high up source that says we will see funds coming about the 16th, but that is a holiday as well, so Tuesday the 17th.



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