posted on Oct, 10 2011 @ 10:57 AM
We could foreclose on the assets of the Federal Reserve banks-- they've effectively defaulted on the social contract. There is also an excellent tort
case against them- their assets could be levied on through a tort execution for damages to the American people. There is also sound basis for seizing
their assets under RICO and imprisoning them.
And the apparent obstacle of "how do you put a corporation in prison?" Well- the corporation is a "legal" person (quite wrongfully, but they
wanted it that way)....and, since all employees are effectively part of the corporate body, leaving any of them out would be like letting Charles
Manson's toe out of prison because it "didn't have anything to do with it" - and we have further precedent through the declarations of the
Nuremburg Trials (again, a bit of a spraining of legal fairness, but again, the big guys wanted it that way so why not use it against them? ) War
Crimes? Why not? There's plenty of evidence... We could simply start tossing everyone on the payroll into prison, beginning with the CEOs, and keep
going on until we get to the mail clerks and janitors. Run out of prison space? No problem- extradite them all (in tightly packed planeloads) all over
the world to face trial in all the various countries they've screwed. They won't be coming back...