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Letter to the editor: US is a corporation, not a country
Letter to the editor

Letter to the editor: US is a corporation, not a country


THE UNITED STATES (in capitals) isn't a country; it's a corporation!

THE UNITED STATES corporation is generally referred to as the “federal government” and please note, in contract law, it is always significant that all capitals are used when referencing a corporate name, a legal clear distinction from a live individual. The corporation was created for the District of Columbia, aka Washington, D.C. (not even a state), via the Act of 1871. THE UNITED STATES corporation operates under private international law with their own corporate constitution.

The various federal agencies, also corporations and subsidiaries of THE UNITED STATES, are known as “departments.” Have you heard of the corporate acronyms such as BLM, EPA, FWP, FDA, BIA, FERC, to name a scant few? These are American taxpayer deficit-funded subsidiaries under THE UNITED STATES corporation. Who do these corporate tentacles serve?

A corporation is mandated to seek dominion over their competition. What or who serves as competition against THE UNITED STATES and its subsidiaries? Could the competition be against the common law sovereign status of the states, the American people and the Constitution for (not of) the United States of America? James Madison, the father of our Constitution for the United States of America, said, “I go on the principle that a public debt is a public curse, and, in a republican government a greater curse than any other.”

Twelve days is one million seconds; 3,100 years is 1 billion seconds; 31,000 years is 1 trillion seconds. The national debt is now $18 trillion-plus.

We, the American people, as one nation under God, must embrace the truth that THE UNITED STATES corporation exists and taxpayer-funded, federally sponsored grants are their primary tool of seduction.

David Passieri,

St. Ignatius

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