99ers Supporters of HR 589 It is the Corporations

The Constitution of the United States guarantees all citizens of the Republic a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.  So what has gone so terribly wrong?  Well I’m going to tell you.  First we have to look at who are the people.  The people are made up of individual persons.  At the time of the writing of our Constitution a person was defined in law as a human entity created by God.  Since then that definition has been altered to the point of erasing the human quality from the equation.

My Black’s Law Dictionary, 6th Edition, describes a person as follows:  “In general usage, a human being ‘i.e. natural person’, though by statute term may include labor organizations, partnerships, associations, corporations, legal representatives, trustees, trustees in bankruptcy, or receivers.”

What does it all mean?  Well you see corporations operate under the Uniform Commercial Code, which is international merchant law and has no foundation in our Constitution other than in admiralty law, which jurisdiction only applies to those in the military service and foreign countries.  Its authority ends where the tide ebbs and flows, that is according to our Constitution.

The fact is our courts have been taken over by the corporations and they have replaced our common civil law with their merchant admiralty law.  So now that the corporate merchants had taken control of our court system, and in doing so removed our Constitutional rights in those courts, what was the next step?

Every government official, upon becoming such, takes an oath to uphold and defend our Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.  This was a big problem for the corporations who sought to control us and steal our natural resources, and they did come up with a solution.

Let’s just take one simple example to show how every aspect of our government has been taken over 110% by the corporations.  Congress makes an allocation for $10 million to be sent to a state to assist disabled people.  The governor has the fiduciary responsibility to make sure that money is dispersed with full recognition of the recipient’s Constitutional rights. 

So how does the corporation steal the money, violating the recipient’s rights in the process, and dodge being made accountable under the law?  Well the governor orders his appointee in the Department of Human Resources to contract out the fiduciary responsibility for the administration of the program to a private corporation, operating under international merchant law, which does not require the recognition of the recipient’s Constitutional rights.

The corporation then steals 95 cents out of every dollar under the guise of administering the program, and when the recipient is outraged as the 5 cents left over in no way addressed his or her problem in being disabled, the corporations says, “Tough shit” 

The recipient can then request an administrative hearing wherein the corporation hires an attorney to be an impartial decider.  Of course these corporate attorneys, being hired by the corporation quickly affirm that the corporation is following its own corporate policies. 

These hearings are a blatant violation of the Supreme Court decision Goldberg v Kelly which says that all recipients of government entitlements have the right to a fair hearing before an impartial hearings officer, who cannot be an employee of the agencies whose decision is being challenged by the recipient. 

But then again the Supreme Court decision cannot be applied within the bounds of admiralty jurisdiction and the recipient cannot challenge the corporate policy, in invoking his or her Constitutional rights through a fair trial by jury, as the hearings are conducted through the administrative admiralty jurisdiction, which only exists beyond where the tide ebbs and flows.  In short you can’t get there from here.

This whole country is being run by private corporations, completely unaccountable to the laws contained in our Constitution.  And remember they are stealing 95 cents out of every dollar being sent to every government program. 

Now John Boehner and company are going after the other 5 cents under the guise of spending cuts.  You see once they cut those 5 cents per dollar they are going to turn around and give it to the corporations in the form of tax cuts.  This is nothing more than an attempt to create the ultimate bureaucracy which exists for no other purpose than to funnel revenue from the pockets of the tax payers to the pockets of the corporations.

We 99ers wonder why it seems we are so impotent and without any power to help ourselves?  The corporations have taken over this country, lock, stock, and barrel and we the people, the poor and middle class, are never going to see another day of freedom until we take it all back and destroy the corporations and make sure they are never allowed to rise up again.

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  1. Big business, corporations run this country and now their running this country to the ground. They have gotten so greedy that it’s all about them and forget about the little guy. Many years ago we use to be a country who cared about the people. I remember years ago when I worked for a corporation and I had a middleclass type position.. They use to pay full dental benefits, full health benefits, put into 401 k and a nice bonus. That same corporation today pays out nothing to anyone of their employees except for their top people ceo,etc.
    They all became greedy. They don’t care about anyone except themselves now.

    1. So true about corporations. When I started working for a prominent insurance company in the 70’s they paid almost 100% of the medical for current and retired employees and also provided a generous pension. In the 80’s they took the pension away. In the 90’s they revised the medical to their advantage. Since 2000 they took away retirement medical and stopped contibuting to a 401K all while making record profits. My position, after 30+ years was eliminated due to age discrimination thanks to GWB. Now my unemployment has run out and Obama continues to fund needless wars but for me there is no relief. God Bless America!

  2. Illegal immigrants are desperate and use less as good neighbors in the U.S. They break laws entering our country then are to scared to report criminal activity of which is a deep concern to U.S communities and citizens. Most illegal immigrants are lazy drunks, illegal drug users, not smart and business owners are to blame too for hiring / harboring them which makes them worse than the illegal immigrant. Also we should push congress to have all business owners / hiring managers in the U.S jailed & fined if they knowingly hire an illegal alien. Our U.S government corporations and business owners have figured out how to enslave, rob us, and kill us without even using a gun. These Guys R Evil Geniuses! Watch Out U.S Citizens & The International Poor! Every time a U.S business hires and illegal alien before a legal citizen is an assault or act of indirect violence to cause death to legal U.S citizens by financial impairing us. Please help us stop this pelage that is destroying our young growing nation and support the American Dream at http://usmoa.org/

    1. Speaking of corporations.here’s an email I got today. Makes sense to me…worth a try at least:

      Now that the oil companies and the OPEC nations have conditioned us
      to think that the cost of a gallon of gas is CHEAP at $1.50 – $1.75,
      we need to take aggressive action to teach them that BUYERS control
      the marketplace..not sellers.

      With the price of gasoline going up more each day, we consumers need
      to take action.

      The only way we are going to see the price of gas come down is if we
      hit someone in the pocketbook by not purchasing their gas! And, we
      can do that WITHOUT hurting ourselves.

      How? Since we all rely on our cars, we can’t just stop buying gas.

      But we CAN have an impact on gas prices if we all act together to
      force a price war.

      Here’s the idea: For the rest of this year, DON’T purchase ANY
      gasoline from the two biggest companies (which now are one), EXXON
      and MOBIL.

      If they are not selling any gas, they will be inclined to reduce
      their prices. If they reduce their prices, the other companies will
      have to follow suit.

      But to have an impact, we need to reach literally millions of Exxon
      and Mobil gas buyers. It’s really simple to do! Now, don’t wimp out
      on me at this point…keep reading and I’ll explain how simple it is to
      reach millions of people!!

      I am sending this note to 30 people. If each of us send it to at
      least ten more (30 x 10 = 300) … and those 300 send it to at least
      ten more (300 x 10 = 3,000)… and so on, by the time the message
      reaches the sixth group of people, we will have reached over THREE
      MILLION consumers .
      If those three million get excited and pass this on to ten friends
      each, then 30 million people will have been contacted!

      If it goes one level further, you guessed it….. THREE HUNDRED

      Again, all you have to do is send this to 10 people. That’s all!

      (If you don’t understand how we can reach 300 million and all you
      have to do is send this to 10 people…. Well, let’s face it, you
      just aren’t a mathematician But I am . so trust me on this one.

      How long would all that take? If each of us sends this e-mail out
      to ten more people within one day of receipt, all 300 MILLION people
      could conceivably be contacted within the next 8 days!

      I’ll bet you didn’t think you and I had that much potential, did
      you! Acting together we can make a difference.

      If this makes sense to you, please pass this message on. I suggest

      1. I think what we can take away from this is one central fact and that is that we must act together. Henry and colleagues are doing everything they can to catalyze some cohesion based on awareness among us.

        We have to do something together and there arises the challenge. If we allow supply side to manipulate commodity prices with no organized push back we are doomed. I suggest that we explore ways to influence demand and in so doing send a message to supply that we can and will react to their price gouging us into destruction.

        I think this needs to reach beyond presently unemployed to bring to the table those who will be the next wave to fall under this siege upon our way of life and we can be sure there will be many, many more added to our ranks shortly. I regret that I have nothing concrete to offer today in terms of how, what, or where. I only feel that this paradigm is valid and submit it for discussion.

        I look forward to any response.

  3. We are now the unfortunate inhabitants of a land whereby the founding principals of our constitution have been forsaken and dismissed in exchange for the benefits reaped by those within the reign of the super elitist corporate world and their complicit political counterparts who are indebted to the elitists for financing them into the positions they now hold thru political favors. Our republic has been taken over in the form of corporatism by its very definition. The banksters along with their digital money printing criminal counterfeiting cohorts have, and still are, extracting vast amounts of fiat money from the system all at our expense. History, it would seem, has once again come full circle and we have been thrust back into the days of the robber barons. Before our very eyes this is playing out and let there be no doubt about it….if we remain compliant out of fear and are unwilling to rise above and dismantle this goliath with all of our might and recoup our losses, in whatever manner or form that may be, we will have only ourselves to blame and our heads will hang in shame from our afterthoughts of not having the balls to make right this injustice that has been perpetrated upon us. I do not pretend to have the answers to right this wrong. I only know that something has got to give, for the course we are on is unsustainable and the conventional methods that we have been applyng up to this point have been efforts in futility. There is a tipping point somewhere out in the distance. In what manner we will reach that point is anyones’ guess.

    1. Dave,

      Am I to take your highly intelligent and well articulated response as an agreement to my point or are you, as am I and I assume most of us, feeling totally gut-sick and overwhelmed?

      Pardon my somewhat bold question…if you will.

      1. LOL
        Well Brian, I don’t know about Dave, but I agree with you and I am also feeling gut-sick and overwhelmed.
        I’m very pleased by all the new names on this site and the intelligent thoughts being “put out there” for discussion.

        1. Yeah, Angel,

          That’s where it has to start…and this sure has been a slow start! How about 100 years? The shite be neerin’n the fan! Time to brainstorm. At least we can burn some brain matter…God knows it has little further use these days…or does it? After all…it ‘is’ an infinite resource.

          We ‘must’ not lose heart!

          1. Yep, It’s got to start somewhere and (IMHO) due to “New Age” thinking, it’s been a very slow start. The independent spunk of the ’60s is dormant and forget about the fire of our Founding Fathers.Slowly, people are waking up. The shite is fix’n to hit the fan. Time to brainstorm and make it happen.
            We Must Stand/Be Strong.
            (As a 6th generation Daughter of the Republic of Texas, “Remember The Alamo” comes to mind.)

      2. Hello Brian,

        Although I had not read your post at 4:12 before subitting my own, it would seem at the very least that we are indeed sharing the same field of play in our thought process. I don’t know about you, but I am convinced that if we are to achieve any momentum to our cause, we must now abandon the conventional methods we have employed in the past such as seeking political representation thru traditional means.That is to say that I no longer hold with the illusion that if we somehow flood the leaderships inbox with our pleas of mercy in advocacy for this or that, or make a googolplex of phone calls each day that this will have any real chance of turning the tide. I believe further that they are counting on us to continue using this approach, knowing all the while as some of us do that that endeavor is over before it leaves the station. We ask ourselves what more can we do since we are left with little or no resources to do any more than that. Afterall, we’re in survival mode, feeling beaten, bound and tied. I understand that feeling as much as anyone here. Yet I believe that if we are to further our cause in any real measure we must now collectively organize in solidarity to take a different tack. I’m a newbie at posting here and I will be looking forward to reading what others have to say and any suggestions they may have. Perhaps I will be fortunate enough myself to enter into a rare moment of clarity and have a viable suggestion to make as well. In any event, it has already proven to be a great ventilator for me as my prior post may make that painfully obvious to others. This can sometimes happen when you have nothing more to lose and thus you lose it.

        1. Dave,

          Yes, we are hearing the same muse. It is certainly naive to base any communication on the platform of “compassion” or “mercy”. I believe it is also absurd to advocate any form or level of violence both ideologically and pragmatically. (I consider that statement the quintessential “no brainer” and will waste no effort in forming any further thoughts on that subject.)
          Sadly, however, I fear that this may eventually manifest at which point life as we know it today will look like the “good old days” and may God forbid this outcome.
          So what now? It is clear that what must be done to restore our domestic employment will ‘not’ be done. To the contrary it has been deliberately UNdone.

          I resubmit that it must be communicated that the plight of the 99ers awaits many,many more and it is this knowledge that is not spreading fast enough to be received ahead of the event. Most of those upon whom has not yet fallen the axe appear, to me at least, to be, as is typical of human behavior, in complacent denial of the severity of the situation. How this communication really would impact anything if at all is, of course, unknown. Instinct tells me that impact would be zero.What seems to be the biggest problem is the sheer size of our nation and the fact that the major part of the population is fed information through a controlled and unified media.

          At this point I think we are looking at an incomprehensible level of power and we are going to have to rely on our own ingenuity to survive while things play out. I hate to sound defeatist because I do not feel “beaten”…at least not yet…but I ‘do’ know one thing: The jobs ain’t comin’ back folks.

  4. WASHINGTON—The United States on Saturday contributed $3 million to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to repatriate foreign nationals fleeing Libya.

    More than 100,000 people have crossed into Tunisia since February 20, and the daily flow of about 10,000 migrants per day was expected to continue, Tunisian officials said. Where the money for the 99ers!!!

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