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Our government is a corporation

. . . AND SO ARE OUR SCHOOLS!

By AL Whitney © copyround 2016
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and Parents Against Mandatory Vaccines is acknowledged.

[The following was posted originally on our sister site on January 21, 2010]

USA INC pngWe are living in a duality that most don’t recognize. Many suspect things aren’t going well as jobs are outsourced, public utilities and roads are privatized, and our elected officials keep passing bills they don’t read and that don’t solve any of the “real” problems we face. Most of us feel that our elected officials don’t really represent us anymore. Why is that?

Because they don’t!

They represent corporations aka our state, local and federal governments; GOVERNMENT, INC.

The corporatization of our governments (which started long ago) changed the role in government our elected officials play. Once they take office, they no longer represent the folks who voted for them, but become trustees (or employees) of the federal, state, or local corporations. [1]

This scam has been going on a long time [2], but we feel the results of it more each year.

  • Have you noticed how our elected officials are distant and difficult to reach once in office?
  • Have you noticed how no matter how valid our complaints are – we are ignored?
  • Have you noticed how few people ever get justice in our court system?

This is because we are primarily living under admiralty, maritime or business “contract” law not Common Law or Constitutional Law.

Many years ago (1851) the Ohio Constitution was created. From the Ohio Constitution:
We, the people of the State of Ohio, grateful to Almighty God for our freedom, to secure its blessings and promote our common welfare, do establish this Constitution.

Article 1: Bill of Rights
§1 INALIENABLE RIGHTS.
All men are, by nature, free and independent, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and protecting property, and seeking and obtaining happiness and safety. (1851)

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