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Saturday, July 11, 2015

Dissecting the Basics of Our Legal System [and demanding our freedom]

To find our way out of the ‘regulatory’ trap (such as vaccine mandates and licensure requirements) we are all in, we need to dissect the basics regarding our commercial legal system that creates rules and statutes.

What is the government anyway?

All government entities are listed on Dun and Bradstreet in their all caps names . . . signifying their corporate status.

Attorneys who claim the all caps Dun and Bradstreet listings have no significance are misinformed, as the employees for these government entities openly admit they work for corporations. However when asked, the employees claim that the government entities they work for are only corporations so they can "do business". This is a truthful statement. They are all "doing business".

There are essentially only two basic types of corporations: for-profit and non-profit. Government corporations are most definitely NOT non-profits. If they were, they wouldn't be concealing their profits in CAFR accounts, which are huge.

The fact that government is a for-profit corporate enterprise makes all of the difference in the world regarding how we relate to it. This awareness is invaluable to everyone, even attorneys. There is a so-called Constitutional attorney living on the West coast who is getting hammered by government agencies and because he was not taught the reality of government corporations, he has been unable to ward off their attack. There is another so-called Constitutional attorney who filed a lawsuit to have the smart meter removed from her house. She lost her case. You have to stand far enough away from our legal system and shed all of your preconceptions to see it for what it really is . . . a scam.

There are solutions for our plight, once we realistically identify the structure in place calling itself our 'government'. .

Read more

This will be our discussion on In Defense of Humanity tonight at 8 pm ET.
Best,
AL


--
AL Whitney
Retired Registered Respiratory Therapist
Former Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children
Spouse of a retired Family Practitioner

People for Safe Technologies


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