This is a slightly unusual request; I look forward to finding out whether it is considered on-topic or not.
I was recently directed to a YouTube video to help value your "Birth Certificate Bond" (or perhaps, as it looks like to me, a fund that happens to coincidentally have the same number as your US birth certificate). It makes a lot of assumptions about background knowledge, so I started searching around for context.
The best I could come up with is that is seems they might be related to the Redemption Movement.
The Redemption movement is drawn from Roger Elvick's theory that for every citizen's birth certificate issued in the U.S. since the 1936 Social Security Act, the government deposits $630,000 in a hidden bank account linked to the newborn American and administered by a Jewish cabal. Redemptionists assert that by completing certain legal maneuvers and filing a series of government forms, the actual person may entitle themselves to the $630,000 held in the name of the doppelganger persona created for them at their birth, and may then access these government funds using "sight drafts". The government views these sight drafts as "rubber checks" and the entire scheme as fraudulent. The federal government has convicted the practitioners of fraud and conspiracy.
I wondered if someone had already looked into this, and could explain it to me. My question is: Are these valuations of Birth Certificate Bonds part of the Redemption Movement's theory? Are the basic claims that underly this theory clearly expressable? (If so, what are they?)
I assume they have some (perhaps specious) reasoning why the government and/or the market would have secret bonds for each person, but even reading the Wikipedia description (linked above) I couldn't make it out. I figure you can't examine a claim until you understand roughly what it is.