'We the people' part of corporate government

Posted: Friday, March 12, 2010

The veil continues to be removed from corporate government. It thrills me to see the public continue to wake up. The Clarion is questioning why " corporations, unions and other narrow interest groups are now somehow equal to human beings." (Clarion editorial, Feb. 28).

I agree with the Clarion. This has been my argument with my friends at the IRS. I am not a corporate entity. I am a citizen with rights and responsibilities, not a corporation. The IRS explains I am incorrect.

Black's Law Dictionary (1991 Edition) defines Corporation: "An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the law The Law treats corporation itself as a person." The same 1991 legal dictionary defines person as "a human being, though by statute term may include labor organizations, partnerships, associations, corporations"

Since the establishment of the private Federal Reserve Banking system and IRS, citizens have been degraded to corporate status. It is not a corporation becoming a human being, but a human being becoming a corporation. Corporations are not people but people are corporations. "We the people" have been corporate entities for 100 years. Talk to my friends at the IRS. Do not be upset with the Supreme Court. "We the people" have become part of corporate government.

Hoping Juneau will stand up to the federal cash flow/power is equal to my favorite rabbit rejecting a carrot because it must put its head through a snare.

Support you local citizen's militia. If you cannot join, put food on the porch. The militia will defend the community.

Ray Southwell


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