Government is a Business (Part 2)


If you haven’t read the post Government Is A Business (Part 1), I would suggest reading it before delving into this post.

For those that are caught up, let’s jump to year 1917,  where USA Inc. entered World War I and passed the Trading With the Enemy Act. The following year, President Woodrow Wilson was re-elected by the Electoral College, however the Electoral College elections are required to be confirmed by the constitutionally set Congress. Instead, only USA Inc. corporate Senators allowed to participate in the Electoral College elections. President Wilson was re-elected as President of USA Inc., not President of the United States of America.  Remember, we do not have an original jurisdiction government as of right now.

Fast forward to 1933. USA Inc. is bankrupt, which forced a “banking holiday” and people had to trade their money-backed Federal Reserve notes to “legal tender” Federal Reserve notes. The Trading With the Enemy Act was adjusted to recognize the people of the United States of America as enemies of USA Inc.

In 1935, the Social Security Act was formed to provide USA Inc. the “excess capital” to start paying some of the interest that USA Inc. owed in bankruptcy. This began where the Social Security Administration created an entity with your name in all capital letters and a nine-digit account number (your Social Security number). They inform you that the Social Security card does not belong to you and that they want the card back. If you are willing to accept the responsibility over the card you activate it by signing it, which gives you the ability to act as a fiduciary for the card’s owner (USA Inc.) and you can use the card to transact business relations for the actual card’s owner. The Social Security Administration offers the individual the opportunity of serving its Trustee capacity by lending it actual consciousness and physical capacity.

Now in 1944, thanks to the Bretton Woods Agreement, USA Inc. granted the International Monetary Fund (IMF) drawing account access to the United States Treasury in exchange for the USA Inc. President acquiring control over the governors and general managers of the IMF. This made USA Inc. a foreign controlled private corporation.

Due to the fact that the individual states had to conduct business exclusively in Federal Reserve notes (which is actually forbidden according to the national and State constitutions), the states created themselves as corporations. For example, what was once known as the Texas Republic is now known as the State of Texas Inc. By 1972, every State became a corporate subsidiary of USA Inc.

So after dedicating two posts to the business of government, we must come down to one bottom line: What we know as government is not original jurisdiction government. They are foreign controlled private corporations. This means that their concern is not the people of this nation. They are only around to handle the business affairs of the government. Business has no conscience. It is only concerned with profit.

For more about the history of the American government and the law, I highly recommend this website: http://www.teamlaw.net

 

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