Wednesday, March 02, 2011

The Hidden Wealth of U.S. Incorporated.

In the following documentary, Clint Richardson begins by taking on  former United States Comptroller General, David M. Walker, regarding the trillions of dollars not reported on the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) that all governments (corporations) must file under federal law. From there, he proves that the United States is indeed a corporation, as did the other documentary, Hijacking Humanity, that I posted in January. 



In a nutshell, the United States is comprised of over 185,000 incorporated state, county, city, town, municipality, district, councils, school district, pension fund, enterprise operation, and countless other private and for-profit corporations (at least that explains why we the people serve the government, rather than what we've been led to believe: the government serves us). Moreover, the hidden wealth and investment totals well over 100 trillion dollars.

Oh, and you know those 2-letter abbreviations that all 50 states have been assigned? They are federal district locator codes.

"A gang is a group of men under the command of a leader, bound by a compact of association, in which the plunder is divided according to an agreed convention. If this villainy wins so many recruits from the ranks of the demoralized that it acquires territory, establishes a base, captures cities and subdues peoples, it then openly arrogates to itself the title of kingdom, which is conferred on it in the eyes of the world, not by the renunciation of aggression, but by the attainment of impunity" - St. Augustine

1 comments:

Anonymous,  02:16  

Yep, but through the walls of well masked corporate veils created over at least a century.

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