To combat the second pillar requires another "inside job." Right now, lawyers and the judges that herd them are uniquely places to raise the
challenge which could weaken the 'super-class' status the corporations have, with the first thing being the extension of liability to board members
and the creation of an explicit demand of specificity in corporate charters. Some degree of liability shareing must also be extended to states which
host the corporate charters - some of which are so laughably vague and unclear as to be a mockery of the intent of charters in the first place.
Because the legal guild has monopolized the 'privilege' of practicing law, only they can address this issue meaningfully. The fact that none of them
do is telling. It would be an invitation to be professionally destroyed by the BAR... or perhaps worse, depending on how effective they might
estimate you would be. It would be like trying to inform jurors that they have a right to interpret the law - where most judges and loyal BAR member
dispute that vehemently (in defiance of legal tradition and the spirit of American Jurisprudence.)
As long as the legal status quo is maintained (by the judicial system and the BAR associations across the globe) the 'game palyers' can change the
rules and defeat justice at nearly every turn.
We need lawyers who can confront their own elitist culture to change the hermetic nature of the guild.. ideally, we should kill the guild entirely.
The final pillar "influence and manipulation of public trust and attention" is perhaps the most telling of our subjugation. We are a social species.
We celebrate personalities and images. We respond to 'conformity' and 'ridicule' - and most importantly; we care what other people think. This
element spills into the others and wraps them in the a veil of illusions... that certain politicans "know what they are talking about" ... that some
people are "authorities" therefore we cannot question their precepts unless we are too. That ideas like "eliminating the Fed" is just conspiracy kook
talk, and equates to something akin to anarchism and revolt.
Imagery is crafted and the verbiage of the narratives of the state of the nation or it's people are "produced" for "effect." Government
"spokespeople' are rarely identified when stating anything contrary or revealing, and "beautiful" people are paraded before us with pagentry and
resounding soundtracks to convey their monumental importance ... as they read from the teleprompter, or recite their lines. Politics is glorified as
a 'heroic' thing - tied to national pride... yet we are in reality, not even party to what they actually do or plan. Meetings are 'closed door' and
what passes for "news" are just reworded press releases approved and sanctioned for dissemination.
The media have been reduced to being whorish mouthpieces for people who, once again, are not liable for lies; not questioned for their 'productions'
and repeatedly self-promoted as bastions of our society. People are repeatedly told what "we" (as in everyone) think... and it is in the nature of
the trained "consumer' to simply consume the information as valid and meaningful. Celebrities are promoted to espouse ideas they have no business
proselytizing. Even the most 'type cast' performers are presumed to be 'important' because they once played a good character in a movie, or they are
exceptionally pretty or handsome.
This condition is one which arose out of the abandonment of education to a government which was already infiltrated by influence peddlers and people,
who in another day and age, would have been tarred and feathered for their grotesque prostitution of truth. The common citizen has been removed from
nearly every information source that could broaden their perspective, or deepen their understanding.
The recovery from this state of affairs relies on teaching becoming a vocation, not a profession... government service being a temporary duty... not a
political career, and national monetary policy - not just fiscal policy - needs to be the domain of government, not private banking. In all of this,
we require NO SECRECY. It is the withholding of information that has destroyed many peoples lives here... along with the perceptions (promoted by
businessmen) that the country is a "business" and should be run as one. It is not a business... and shouldn't be run as one.
----- sorry for the walls of text...
My question to the Chairman of the Board of the federal Reserve System would be even less appealing than the ones we see above....
"Sir, Where is the money? Exactly where
is it? Who has it? And how is it that we see hundreds of trillions in liabilities and 'bets'
between financial institutions... when the money does not, in fact, exist anywhere at all?"
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