Government is a Business (Part 1)


We need to be clear on something. This subject does not only apply to the U.S. Government, but to governments all over the world. This is something that has taken me some time to understand and even more time to accept, so I would not blame those that are reading this for the first time to have the same reaction that I once had. But let me just come out and say it. Government is a business that is controlled by the multi-national corporations. But in order to get you to fully understand how this is possible, we have to go back in history to 1863.

During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln declared martial law in 1863 through General Orders No. 100.  This gave the President dictatorial authority to issue executive orders. Did you just catch what I said? Let me ask a follow-up question. To the present-day, does the President issue executive orders? We all know that the answer to this question is a resounding ‘YES’. So after those two questions, what conclusion can you come to? The United States of America is STILL UNDER MARTIAL LAW and has been since 1863! So do you still believe that America is free?

The next thing that people should be aware of is The District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871. This act created a private corporation owned and operated by the actual government (hence why I refer to the U.S. Government as USA Inc. in earlier posts) for the purpose of carrying out the business needs of the government under martial law. This was done under the constitutional authority of Congress to pass any law within the ten square mile Washington, D.C.

Did you also know that USA Inc. has its own constitution (United States Constitution) as opposed to the true national constitution (Constitution for the united states of America)? The only difference between the two is that the 13th Amendment was left out of the United States Constitution. For those who do not remember what the 13th Amendment is, allow me to enlighten you:

“If any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honour, or shall without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any emperor, king, prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be a citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.”

But isn’t the President of the United States of America considered a title of nobility? No wonder this amendment was left out of USA Inc.’s United States Constitution.

So let’s move on to the establishment of the Federal Reserve. This I actually found very interesting being the fact that I have been, and still am an opponent of it. But when I started to review the history of the country, I started to understand why this took place. Apparently in 1912, USA Inc. generated debts via bonds and it was time to repay. Unfortunately USA Inc. didn’t have the ability to repay so the debt was settled for all of USA Inc.’s assets and the assets of the Treasury of the United States of America. No wonder we don’t have the ability to print our own money.

So due to the failure to repay their debts, USA Inc. formed a business relationship with the privately-owned Federal Reserve Bank in 1913 where they would conduct business via notes (Federal Reserve Notes) rather than with money. Just FYI, this note is actually a debt And you thought that the Fed was a part of our national government. You silly goose you! What is also very important to know is that this is a business deal between two private corporations and didn’t involve the actual national government.

In the same year, USA Inc. adopted a 16th Amendment (in their own constitution of course) which allowed Congress to levy an income tax without apportioning it among the states. This amendment has nothing to do with our nation, people, or national constitution.

Also in that same year (1913 was apparently a busy year for USA Inc.), through Congress, the 17th Amendment was adopted, but not ratified (once again in their own constitution) which established direct election of United States senators by popular vote. So why is this an issue? Because according to the national constitution, it forbids Congress from even discussing the matter of where senators are elected, let alone adopting amendment to make this the law of the land.

Fast forward to 1914. This is where all senators  elected or re-elected by popular vote were seated in USA Inc. Senate capacity only. If you think that’s something, get a load of this and never forget it. There hasn’t been original jurisdiction Senate seats ever since because neither the state Senates or state Governors appointed new original jurisdiction Senators to replace them. I can go on and on but there is so much to discuss that I will have to break this into two parts. Stay tuned for part two.

 

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