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Understanding the
One People’s Public Trust

Start Here

As written above, this is a beginners guide to understanding the One People’s Public Trust. It is written for those who have heard of the OPPT, but have little or no information as to what it is or does; so this is offered as a relatively short summary of what the OPPT is, what it does, and, most important, how it affects you. It is presented in 8 sections, like chapters in a book. and is meant to be read in order, starting with the introduction. However, if you already have some knowledge about the OPPT, and just want to study a particular section, certainly feel free to do that. Most sections can be read in less than 5 minutes, and references are provided at the end of the sections that will lead you to further, more detailed and validating information.

As of this writing, March 2013, it is estimated that less than 1/10 of 1% of the people on the planet even know about OPPT, let alone understand it. The effort here is to provide information, in an organized, concise form, without being overwhelming. It is intended to help those new to the OPPT to understand it enough to see the benefits to all of us from the hours and hours of work that the trustees put in to make this happen.

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Check this out folks!  Very well written introduction and overall summary of the OPPT from several aspects tying much needed information together to help others understand the importance of the One People’s Public Trust.

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  1. Reblogged this on peoples trust toronto and commented:
    Great job putting this together…

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