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Author Topic: U.S. "federal government" is a corporation B.O.L. w/no special currency rights  (Read 478 times)
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September 06, 2011, 07:53:19 PM
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There may be some fears of running amuk with the fed. What about the fears of being controlled by a fraudulent government Built On Lies? .. Oh right... I forgot... it's only an apparent government..  Verify this by its own word in the u.s. code where it defines itself as a corporation (rather than a government).

http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode28/usc_sec_28_00003002----000-.html

a web site discussing the topic
http://www.serendipity.li/jsmill/us_corporation.htm

and a video documenting it in detail
http://www.powercrossing.com/index.html

But this is just the beginning of uncovering the lies and deceipt that the U.S. Fed is built upon.

The U.S. government leaders never file their oaths to the constitution, so there is no court record of them and the oaths can not be enforced, making them "de facto" officers. or officers with no genuine constitutional "de jure" authority. 

Try this one on for size.

http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1944/hahn-bio.html

This page verifies that it has been known since 1938 that thorium is a fissionable material as discovered by Otto Hahn.  But that's not the interesting part... this is the interesting part:

1: Thorium is as plentiful and potentially as cheap as lead.
2: Thorium fission process can be turned off at will because it never goes super-critical
3: Thorium fission waste products are thousands of times safer than uranium fission waste products.
4: Thorium fission process can be used to dispose of uranium fission  waste products safely.
5: China is now building thorium reactors.

With all of this known since 1938, why the heck did we ever spend time and money developing uranium fission? 

Darn thorium fission.... its waste products can't be used to build nuclear bombs and threaten the entire planet with destruction and land ruined for thousands of years. That's the only reason anyone I know of could ever come up with, cause it seems to be the only plus of uranium fission.

And the next question is:  why didn't you ever hear about thorium fission? I'll let you answer that yourself, but I suspect when the U.S. public becomes fully aware of it, they will throw a wrench in the U.S. nuclear weapons manufacturing potential.

This is the kind of sh** the u.s. dollar is built on. It's all lies, manipulations, bubbles, violence, and you're supporting it if you don't support alternatives.
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