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TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Charter

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TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Charter

Postby country_hick » Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:22 pm

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS
Citizenship and the Charter of Incorporation
by Richard L. Grossman and Frank T. Adams

https://ratical.org/corporations/TCoB.html
This paper <shown in its entirety>explains how corporations have changed how government works by subverting that same government. The remedy may still theoretically exist but realistically will it ever happen?

Preface

Corporations cause harm every day. Why do their harms go unchecked? How can they dictate what we produce, how we work, what we eat, drink and breathe? How did a self-governing people let this come to pass?

Corporations were not supposed to reign in the United States.

When we look at the history of our states, we learn that citizens intentionally defined corporations through charters -- the certificates of incorporation.

In exchange for the charter, a corporation was obligated to obey all laws, to serve the common good, and to cause no harm. Early state legislators wrote charter laws and actual charters to limit corporate authority, and to ensure that when a corporation caused harm, they could revoke its charter.

During the late 19th century, corporations subverted state governments, taking our power to put charters of incorporation to the uses originally intended.

Corporations may have taken our political power but they have not taken our Constitutional sovereignty. Citizens are guaranteed sovereign authority over government officeholders. Every state still has legal authority to grant and to revoke corporate charters. Corporations, large or small, still must obey all laws, serve the common good, and cause no harm.

To exercise our sovereign authority over corporations, we must take back our political authority over our state governments.


Claiming Our Legacy

Today, in our names, state legislators give charters to individuals who want to organize businesses. Our legislators are also supposed to oversee how every corporation behaves. Corporations cannot operate -- own property, borrow money, hire and fire, manufacture or trade, sign contracts, sell stock, sue and be sued, accumulate assets or debts -- without the continued permission of state officeholders.
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Re: TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Char

Postby palani » Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:40 pm

In case you hadn't figured it out you were born into a corporate structure. Your BC likely states a municipality and definitely states a country. Your paper currency is a corporate coupon. You own nothing. Instead you have either use (if you are a consumer) or a usufruct (if you desire profit and gain). You participate voluntarily in this corporate universe and can step out of any time you wish but you lack the eyes to see what is happening and the education provided to you by this corporate world indoctrinated you even if you could see it.
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Re: TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Char

Postby Tuaca1107 » Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:57 pm

Actually you were born as a human-being. Later you were converted to the term "Person". USC Title 1 sec 1 and USC Title 1 Sec 8.
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Re: TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Char

Postby palani » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:15 pm

Tuaca1107 wrote:you were converted to the term "Person".

A person is not flesh and blood. It is not even necessarily human. A person might be a country or a corporation. Anything that can be represented is a person.

Ever wonder why you can shoot any dog with practically no downside but yet you shoot a police dog and you could be jailed for life? It is because the dog is a person who occupies an official capacity.

The other way to create a person is calling yourself a citizen (that is after all an office), robbing a bank (that is an action that is frowned upon) or utter a word that casts doubt on the character of another (libel or slander).

And there you have three ways to create a person
1) word
2) action
3) representation

and this is just as Hobbes described in the 16th century.
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Re: TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS Citizenship & the Corporate Char

Postby Shikamaru » Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:02 pm

Governments, themselves, are PUBLIC corporations.

Colonies were corporations.

The power of incorporation was granted by Kings in which to enrich their coffers and create profit streams.

Its all corporate and about profit ultimately.

Citizenship (with regard to Rome) started out as a private club, but over time evolved into increasing the revenue stream of the state through taxation.

Revenue and profit.
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