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Author Topic: Whats involved in defining countries as corporations and currencies their stock?  (Read 250 times)
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August 07, 2015, 02:13:22 AM
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Practically thats how dollars work. I'm not sure about the others, but they appear similar.

Those who have more dollars have more "votes" (or call it influence) in what the corporation does. USA is a corporation and dollar is its stock symbol.

I object to being taxed in units of stock instead of in units of money.

Since the federal reserve which mints the dollars is a private organization, technically USA government is free to choose other contractors or multiple of them at once. But in another way it cant be done because practically dollar is USA's stock symbol.

There are different amounts of tax and regulations for stocks vs money, and we should be using the stock rules because dollars are stock of USA corporation.

Monopoly.

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