Financial Institution, CommStar Credit Union Does NOT Respect Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples
On or about August 13, 2019, I went to the CommStar Credit Union; a financial institution located at 832 Cleveland Street, Elyria, Ohio, 44035. I was going to CommStar Credit Union to open up a business account for Put It Out There TV. Before going to CommStar Credit Union, I went to the Elyria Public Library located on Washington Street, Elyria, Ohio to print out my business documents from the Ohio Secretary of State website. I also printed out my EIN info, as that is what’s needed to open up a business account. Surely, I couldn’t forget my proof of domicile, a water bill in my appellation, Ilataza Ban Yasharahla El, and my identification card. After compiling all the necessary documents needed to open up a business account at the CommStar Credit Union, I hopped in the truck and headed right over to the CommStar Credit Union, Fez on head and papers in hand. Once I entered the financial institution, I saw there was an opening and hopped right over the open teller. I will keep his name out of this post but, I will say his service was courteous and professional to the highest degree. Unfortunately he couldn’t figure out how to open a business account under a trade name. The source of his dilemma was that the business documents issued to me by the Ohio Secretary of State were for a trade name and not a limited liability company.
Big Trouble In Little CommStar
As not to cause any time to be wasted, the man who was helping me went to get one of his female superiors. Unfortunately, I cannot remember her name and title but, once she gets wind of this post she will know exactly who I am talking about and what situation I am referring to. Anyhow, she came up to the counter and asked for my identification card, of which was my Moorish national identification card. As soon as she laid her eyes on my identification card, I could see the demons beginning to be agitated within her. From that very moment, my gut told me that my human rights were about to be violated in pursuance of enforcing private corporate policy over the Supreme Law of the land and human rights.
The first thing that came out of this woman’s mouth is that I needed to provide them a Social Security Number (SSN) in order to open up a business account for Put It Out There TV. I immediately inquired as to why I would need to provide a Social Security Number (SSN) to open a business account. Due to her poor customer service, I had to go across town to another financial institution just to find out that an SSN is “required” when opening a business account under a trade name, as a trade name is just a “doing-business-as” name that people use when they do not want to use their actual appellations to do business in. Technically, this means the account would still be a personal account.
The Mark of the Beast
Anyhow, back to CommStar Credit Union. I advised the woman at CommStar Credit Union that I do not use the SSN due the practice of my religious tenets, which states that the SSN is indeed the “Mark of the Beast” as spoken of in the book of Revelations, where without the mark, one would not be able to buy, sell or trade, meaning, he would NOT be able to do business. CommStar Credit Union has shown this to be a fact! Are the people at the CommStar Credit financial institution agents of the antiChrist system?
Revelations 13:16-17: And it will cause all, small and great, rich and poor, Masters and Servants, to be given a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads,That no one may buy or sell again except one who has on him the mark of the name of The Beast or the number of its name.
This Lady doesn’t Actually
Wanna Render Me Service
The next issue the woman at the CommStar Credit Union financial institution conveniently brought up was my identification card. That’s why I made it my business to make them aware that there is no law written in Ohio or the so-called United States that mandates I must utilize an identification card issued by one of the several bureaus/departments of motor vehicle corporations. I even showed the woman that even if I were to want to open a personal account with the CommStar Credit Union that according to Ohio Revised Code 1349.16 Identification information required for opening personal checking, it clearly states:
“(A) As used in this section, “financial institution” includes every bank as defined in section 1101.01 of the Revised Code and credit union organized or qualified as such under sections 1733.01 to 1733.45 of the Revised Code or the “Federal Credit Union Act,” 84 Stat. 994 (1970), 12 U.S.C.A. 1752, as amended.
(B) Before opening or authorizing signatory power over a checking account intended for personal, family, or household purposes, a financial institution:
(1) Shall require the applicant to provide the applicant’s current address and a valid driver’s or commercial driver’s license or identification card issued by the registrar of motor vehicles or a deputy registrar under section 4507.50 of the Revised Code. If the applicant does not have a valid driver’s or commercial driver’s license or identification card, the applicant may provide an identification document that includes the applicant’s full name, birthdate, and signature.”
My identification card fits that criteria without the shadow of a doubt, as it does contain my full appellation, birth date, and autograph. What this shows is that due to their personal prejudices, ignorant people feel that just because they may not have seen your type of identification card, then they have the right to deny you a specific service, thus violating your human rights. Most people have never even seen a passport from Yemen, yet alone Alaska. So the excuse of never before seeing my type of identification card is simply just pure bullshit!
Let’s Talk Human Rights,
Rights of Indigenous Peoples
So after taking my documents to her office and making some calls, the lady at the CommStar Credit Union financial institution came back and inquired if she could make copies of my documents and my identification card so that she could send them to the CommStar Credit Union financial institution’s “legal department”. She advised me that she would call me back within a few days once she heard back from the legal department. Before she could even finish her all too familiar sentence that all human rights violators use when trying to cunningly deny you their services, I already knew what game was going to be played. So, I agreed. But before agreeing, I made sure to advise all parties that is a human right recognized by the international community and the so-called United States that Aboriginal/Indigenous people have the human right to identify themselves according to their Aboriginal/Indigenous identities and culture. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples states the following:
Indigenous peoples and individuals are free and equal to all other peoples and individuals and have the right to be free from any kind of discrimination, in the exercise of their rights, in particular that based on their indigenous origin or identity.
- Indigenous peoples have the right to determine their own identity or membership in accordance with their customs and traditions. This does not impair the right of indigenous individuals to obtain citizenship of the States in which they live.
As I said before, the lady at the CommStar Credit Union financial institution was so bothered by my Moorish national identification card, that her customer service was lacking in many areas. It was obvious that she was much more interested in depriving me of my human rights so that she could deny me service, that she in my opinion purposely failed to explain that the reason an SSN may be required for a trade name is because the trade name acts as a doing business as name in order not to use your actual appellation. Had she advised me of that while at CommStar Credit Union financial institution, I wouldn’t have had to waste more time traveling across town to two different financial institutions to get the answers I needed. Shouts out to Huntington Bank for the great customer service and actually answering the “mystery” question.
A few days later, I received a call from one of the ladies at the Commstar Credit Union financial institution. I believe her name was Terra. I could be incorrect. She advised me that after speaking to the Commstar Credit Union financial institution legal department that the Commstar Credit Union financial institution would not be willing to open up an account for me unless I provided an SSN and a “government issued” identification card. Only if they knew that Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is NOT government, as they do not operate under ANY of the 3 branches of government. I already knew what to expect. So I made sure to advise the lady on the phone that she should expect in the future to see more people coming into their establishment exercising their indigenous rights and that by denying them service as they have denied me, is indeed a violation of their human rights and mine. I ended the call.
These corporate policies that financial institutions such as the CommStar Credit Union chooses to enforce in lieu of actual de jure law are being utilized to deprive indigenous people such as myself the ability and the human right to improve our economic conditions.
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Article 21
- Indigenous peoples have the right, without discrimination, to the improvement of their economic and social conditions, including, inter alia, in the areas of education, employment, vocational training and retraining, housing, sani-tation, health and social security.
- States shall take effective measures and, where appropriate, special measures to ensure continuing improvement of their economic and social conditions. Particular attention shall be paid to the rights and special needs of indigenous elders, women, youth, children and persons with disabilities.
What financial institutions such as the CommStar Credit Union must acknowledge, understand and recognize is that in order to do business at the Ohio State Republic, they are indeed subject to the Supreme Law of the Land, the American Constitution, the attached Treaties and the State Republic constitution. Financial institutions who offer a service to the public cannot simply deny you service for exercising a right that is guaranteed, protected and secured by the American Constitution and the several State Constitutions. Such a denial is nothing less than a negative affect, a repercussion for exercising such a protected right.
Religious Discrimination and Interference with the Rights of Conscience
The CommStar Credit Union financial institution, located at 832 Cleveland Street, Elyria, Ohio; in fact, discriminated against and interfered with me exercising my right of conscience and religion. Article 8 Section 3 of the 1802 Ohio State Republic Constitution states the following:
That all men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of conscience; that no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience;………..But religion, morality and knowledge being essentially necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of instructions shall forever be encouraged by legislative provision not inconsistent with the rights of conscience.
The CommStar Credit Union financial institution says that in order for them to render me service, I must allow their corporate policy to interfere with my mode of worship and conscience by utilizing a social security number, of which my religious tenets says is the mark of the beast as spoken of in the Book of Revelations. That’s no different than denying me service because I don’t work on the Sabbath day or because I don’t eat pork. To make matters worse, I’m not even eligible for a State of Ohio drivers license and/or identification card for the simple fact that my religious tenets keeps me from using an SSN. Does that mean that I should not be able to identify myself in order to experience the necessities of life? Does that mean that I should allow financial institutions such as the CommStar Credit Union to infringe upon my human rights in pursuance of enforcing their corporate policy? I suggest the people in the legal department for the CommStar Credit Union take a look at the Supreme court case Hale v. Henkel. There is no way a creature of the state can have more rights than a flesh and blood man. There are indeed in violation of their oaths to uphold the American constitution. The people at the CommStar Credit Union financial institution are nothing less than HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATORS.