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Originally posted by Jdawg9909
One has to admit that it would be smart to run a country as a corporation. To make sure that a country successfully makes money and stays afloat, I see nothing wrong with this. I will research this matter furthur.
What gets me is that we have, since inception of the Federal Reserve in 1913, who somehow acquired the power to create a false debt and loan it out, we have went from an asset based economy to a debt based economy. This philosophy of going into personal debt was promoted all the way until personal credit cards were then available in 1950.
Personally I see this debt structure as nothing more than bread and circuses. To keep man preoccupied with working to pay for things he never really owns or deserved in the first place. To buy toys, cars, and boats. It is really all quite absurd. I am willing to bet that most are living a lifestyle that they do not deserve. They have in essence rented the lifestyle that they never really own.
[On the surface I would agree with the general principal of a corp that could manage the nations business, as long as the allieigence to the citizens and the interest of OUR nation were the prime motivating factor. However, like communism, it only looks good on paper. In reality, the 7 foreign families who were the beneficiary's of the profits, had no alleigence to any nation, and their personal profits were the prime motivating factor.]
A debt based economy, like ours, is a pyramid scheme. All funds and ownership will be eventually funneled to the top. Namely banks and those who own these lending institutions.
[Correct again, although I would more correctly call it a ponzi scheme that is now at the brink of collaspe. Now that the debt has come full circle, the only "out" for them is to kill the proverbial goose that lays the golden eggs. : Us! Heavier taxation and hyper-inflation, more severe than the nobles and peasants of old europe.]
That is why we swayed from precious metal backed currency. Those who created the false credit, out of thin air, to loan in the first place would of never been able to make money.
This system is financial slavery of the state.
Originally posted by hadriana
reply to post by nightstalker46
Just saying that corporations getting all in bed with the govt. and corporations getting considered to be people, ect.,when they do not ever DIE like people, so they are immortal - well, corporations are more like vampires then and they are going to cause America to just conflagrate.
Out of control corporatism is evil.
Originally posted by RadeonGFXRHumanGTXisAlien
The world is a corporation, it never "started" in the U.S, it was that way from the beginning.
Originally posted by Jdawg9909
OP you are wrong sorry.
The United States is a Constitutional Republic, it is not a corporation.
The problem is that we have several private corporations which have granted themselves unConstitutional power.
Namely the Federal Reserve which prints debt based imaginary currency.
Then we have the IRS which collects unconstitutional income taxes.
Also remember that our USPS is a private company and the post office is NOT owned by the people as well.
Welcome to reality, enjoy.
Originally posted by nightstalker46
reply to post by wcitizen
Well, I just got blown away watching 4 of those videos. This guy spells it out in laymans terms. Question: Is what he is saying equally valid under US court systems. I suspect it is but would like to know if you have researched it. Thanks for a great find. ATS members.............it's worth a good look!!