I’ve used the metaphor of Schrodinger’s cat to describe the function of the MERS system within the general Land Scandal. Another way of putting this according to Schrodinger’s terminology is the “collapse of the wave function”. This means, in its basics, that the pre-observation existence of an electron is smeared out as a potentiality over several possible orbits around the nucleus, as a wave. Only when it’s actually subject to observation does the electron wave “collapse” to a particle with a discrete orbit.
This has obvious metaphorical application to the Land Scandal. What have the banksters and MERS wrought here? They wanted to smear out in principle all ownership status and the actual location of the note, so that the bank-wave function could collapse wherever MERS and the banks chose in any particular case, while to outside eyes there would be nothing visible but the quivering cloud of obscurity. This was part of a monumental criminal program to defraud investors and then society as a whole of trillions.
It’s also exemplary of the core program of corporatism itself, which is to absolve corporations of all responsibilities and liabilities while empowering them with infinite rights. A favorite tactic, both within particular corporations and among an array of them, is to smear out accountability so that it’s impossible for an outsider seeking audit or relief to receive a response (he can’t cause the wave to collapse in any meaningful way) while the corporate cabal unilaterally collapses the wave at whatever point it chooses to exercise a prerogative.
I’ve compared this to asymmetrical warfare, whose essence is for the conventionally weaker party to concentrate at points of its choosing, strike the stronger enemy at a weak point, and disperse before the bigger, slower enemy can respond. Although by now it seems strange to say it, corporations are still the weak, unconventional force. They are an insurgency. We the people can smash them the moment we choose to redeem our freedom and prosperity. But they wage effective guerrilla warfare on the pseudo-legal and propaganda fronts. The government assists them in striking our weak points – for example, systematically committing foreclosure fraud to steal from people who aren’t likely to understand how to fight back and who have been successfully demonized as “deadbeats”. The inertial mass lumbers or sits while the assault gradually encompasses it. If all goes well for corporatism, by the time we realize that the prospective deadbeat is all of us, that we’re all in the banksters’ targeting, it’ll be too late.
The specific Scandal we’re talking about these days is how, now that anyone other than themselves is closely observing this wave function, we find that the banksters themselves made it so that it’s often impossible, going by their own rigged law, to figure out who has the right to foreclose.
So the correct social response to this is clear. We must turn it right side up. We must forcible collapse the wave function in any particular case wherever is most beneficial to society. This is the banksters’ own chosen ambiguity. They unilaterally set up this ambiguity, as part of a crime against the people. Therefore the people have the right and the duty to clarify it to our own benefit and right. Therefore, what if according to the bankster system no one can establish who has the note or the “lost” note (robo-signing doesn’t cut it)? If we cannot figure out who has the right to foreclose? In that case, the right to foreclose may exist in the abstract, but no one in particular could ever exercise it. They set it up as its own smeared out wave, so they would be able to collapse that wave any place they wanted. But if we go according to the law, it may be that they’re unable to collapse it anywhere. No one in particular would be able to cause that wave function to collapse. The house, now unforecloseable, would be liberated from the banks completely. And the banks brought that upon themselves. If this process, already taking place in scattered individual cases, could become universal through our refusal to continue paying mortgage debt to illicit recipients, we could smash the banks and take a big step toward redeeming the land.
In part two I’ll describe in detail how the great crime was carried out, from the fraudulent inducement of tens of millions of mortgage loans all the way to the intentional crashing of the economy in 2008 and subsequent Bailout, with particular reference to MERS’ critical role within the structure.