The government of the people; for the people and by the people is a public trust…a public institution. The lawful public servants are trustees of the public trust.
Anyone care to explain in what legitimate way can private corporations, dedicated to its shareholders, could possible be part of the lawful government of the American people?
Public institutions are created and operate, exclusively for the benefit of the people. How can a private, corporate system of administration claim to benefit the beneficiaries of the public trust?
This Just in— The Evidence is Irrefutable – Time to Arrest?
- Your assignment…should you decide to accept…EXPOSE THE CORPORATE FRANCHISE—the source disavows any knowledge
- Banks to Plead Guilty to Rigging Currency Markets – Elizabeth Warren’s Signature Smile Association
- Public Notice – Attention: Delaware Secretary of State – Division of Corporations.
The evidence reveals that the bankruptcy is limited to just those corporations masquerading as the government of the citizens of the Continental united States of America—The United States of America, Incorporated.
Through semantic deceit, The fraudulent 14th Amendment attempts to lead people to believe they are somehow responsible for the national debt incurred by the Corporation, named the United States of America, Inc. The corporation upon which obama is the CEO. Since the name and function of this mostly foreign owned corporation has been misrepresented, there is no lawful government for Americans who identify as citizens of the Continental united States of America.
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On Apr 12, 2015, at 11:12 PM, Rob E <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Date: Sun, 12 Apr 2015 16:18:09 +0000
“The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.” ― Alexis de Tocqueville
And that is exactly what has happened in the U.S. and Europe. Politicians give away more and more entitlements in order to get elected to office … and what candidate is going to suggest CUTTING entitlements?
Brookings published a nice opinion piece entitled “The federal debt is worse than you think.” The opinion piece is based largely on Professor Laurence Kotlikoff’s U.S. Senate Testimony on the grossly misleading health of our economy.
In a nutshell, the U.S. has a $210 trillion “fiscal gap” and “may well be in worse fiscal shape than any developed country, including Greece,” according to Kotlikoff.
“The first point I want to get across is that our nation is broke,” Kotlikoff testified. “Our nation’s broke, and it’s not broke in 75 years or 50 years or 25 years or 10 years. It’s broke today.”
“Indeed, it may well be in worse fiscal shape than any developed country, including Greece,” he said. PDF.Kotlikoff—Testimony-to-Senate-Budget-Committe
Using the Congressional Budget Office’s July 2014 75-year Alternate Fiscal Scenario projection, Kotlikoff calculated that the U.S.’ “fiscal gap” -which he defines as “the difference between our government’s projected financial obligations and the present value of all projected future tax and other receipts” – is actually much higher than those of either Italy or Greece.
The U.S. has a $210 trillion fiscal gap at this point which amounts to 211 percent of the U.S. GDP, making it higher than Greece’s 175 percent debt-to-GDP ratio.
The fiscal gap is “16 times larger than official U.S. debt. As a consequence, the federal government is 58 percent under-financed.
Worse than Greece? The other PIGS aren’t faring so well either (Portugal, Italy, Ireland and Spain). Thrown Belgium, France, and Cyprus on the debt pyre as well. The US is almost as bad as Japan!!!
Yes, the U.S., like Europe and Japan, has promised entitlements in exchange for votes. Just like some Professors offer easy grades in exchange for good evaluations (or pretend to be Mr. Goodbar until AFTER the teaching evaluations are filled out and THEN give an extremely difficult final exam to lower the class grade point average).
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