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Comprehending Corporate Global Governance

By Nancy Levant

There isn’t a day goes by that I am not amazed by the emails of my readers. The insightfulness and the willingness to write to me, even when they disagree and are angry, is effort - and lack of effort remains terrifyingly high amongst the American population though that is changing.

Several times, I’ve received notes from a person who has a grasp on political reality to a far greater extent than I do. His comments are frightening and yet very significant and thought provoking, and I feel he is quite accurate in his beliefs. He wrote recently and said something that, once again, gave me pause and sent chills up my spine. He said, not directly quoting him, that all 50 states were, in fact, corporations. That comment just took me aback and weighed heavily for the rest of that day. I couldn’t stop thinking about it.

Never be mistaken that I am a genius of any kind. I am very ordinary. I live in the brick ranch around the corner from you and I plant geraniums and a few vegetables in the spring. I am an ordinary, American citizen who works and gets by (Though God knows, with the prices of houses, automobiles and mandatory insurance policies, getting by is getting damned difficult to do.). But what I do know is that ordinary people sometimes are smarter than we are ever given credit for – much smarter, and such is the case for this reader mentioned above.

I bring his comment to you so that we can think it through together. Let’s think about our 50 states being operated as corporations and in the context of things we know, like Agenda 21, the U.N. as CEO of global governance of Capitalist-Socialist global government, which is global Fascism. Public-private partnership governance is, by definition, Fascism.

Okay. From the top down, we have the largest banks, corporations, and conglomerations in the world that pay for the election campaigns of public officials all over the world. The most money wins, as we well know. That’s how it’s done.

Then, those elected pay great heed to their financial and corporate sponsors because they want to retain their jobs, their status, and the benefits of global and/or national recognition and life styles. Fame and wealth is addicting. They, in turn, help those corporate backers with their corporate goals – profits. They maneuver legislation to help corporations gain power, land, and money. It is all really just this simple and we know so. But perhaps even this brief summary is romanticized. Maybe we need to look at the process differently.

We, the people, have romanticized democracy for far too long. We are way, way past a representative government of the people, for the people, and by the people. It simply does not exist and hasn’t for many, many decades. Our elections, at best, are bought, and rigged; from presidential to local school board elections, the citizenry does not determine today’s leadership with votes. Sorry, but facts are facts, and my intuition and your instincts have known so for quite some time. Following elections, then comes the bought and paid for special interest, hidden rider legislation, which is, for lack of a more honest term, railroaded through so that sponsoring corporations gain their powers and profits. Done deals are made at country clubs or behind closed doors, and the public is none the wiser. And corporations, of course, are double-edged swords. They employ us, but their powers over us are far greater than we comprehend. They partner with governmental agencies. This is the actual power of Fascism. Corporations also partner with and fund big conservation, which is the underlying bureaucracy in land acquisition and eminent domain.

So while we work for and are paid by large corporations, we are also terribly vulnerable to and abused by them as they take our rights to private property, water, transportation and access rights, medical insurance, and oftentimes, our actual physical homes. Beware, beware of the large development corporations and their mortgaging. Mark my words.

Now, it is my understanding that all but 2 or 3 American states are bankrupt. If I am wrong, someone correct me, but I believe that last year I heard that all states, minus 2, were actually bankrupt. I find that very interesting because bankruptcy guarantees lack of responsibility, but it also makes one question land grabbing in a whole new way. I wonder if bankrupt states were willing to be “helped” by “international helpers.”

If our states are bankrupt, and at the same time, most governors are re-elected, something is amiss. One might wonder if the bankrupt states and their corporate sponsors aren’t wheeling and internationally dealing land. Something just doesn’t make sense except for my reader’s comment: all 50 states are corporations. Are our bankrupt states for sale? Is The Nature Conservancy the real estate agent?

Are we currently a Fascist country and, due to successful manipulation campaigns, we don’t yet realize it? Do we live in a dreamy world that still tells us our Constitution and our Bill of Rights are up and running? Let’s take a collective pause and re-think our governmental structure.

Again, from the top on down: we have a World Bank-driven Capitalist-Socialist Global Government Corporation, which is comprised of many National Corporate Governments, one being the United States of America. The National Corporate Governments are comprised of State Corporate Governments, which manipulate and lead large and small local governments and NGOs, which are replacing local governments (NGOs are appointed, not elected).

Tax dollars pay for it all while taxpayers trust “elected” officials to protect us, our ways of life, our belief systems, and our borders. Equally they trust that their tax dollars will be used wisely.

But the truth is something far different from the assumptions of American voters, which is one reason why it is so very difficult for American people to comprehend the changes to their country and the betrayal upon which this system was built. Think of all the smiling faces of the elected ones, who have known for decades about the plan to dismantle America, merge her with our northern and southern neighbors, and to eliminate private property amongst many, many other rights.

Thank you, dear reader, for keeping me on my toes and reminding me that truth prevails no matter what. It simply must be told for truth is linked to freedom, as we know. Bless you. Think about all this. Let me know what you think. Today’s websites for wisdoms are as important as any will ever be. They will upset you, but they will make you wise. Websites for Wisdoms: www.icgn.org and www.gcgf.org

http://www.federalobserver.com/archive.php?aid=9872

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This article, while poorly written and confusing does bring up an interesting point that everyone out there should be watching for. The supreme court heard the first big Eminent Domain case in years this term in Kelo v. City of New London. The gist is that several years ago the Supreme Court decided that states could set forth the standards for condemnation by designating things to be "in the public interest" even when it was primarily for private business. The idea was that blighted areas could be rezoned and new business and jobs would (and did) revitalize an area. Unfortunately there's very little check on this, and state governments can and do delegate to smaller sub-committees with even less oversight.

Keep an eye in the paper for the results of this one. If I were a betting man I bet you'll see a loss of state's powers even though this court is very pro-states.
 

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Hip-hip-hooray.

The council of elders works up a generous helping of spittle for deposit upon the Fifth Amendment.

Once again, one group of men deciding that the property and possessions of other men would be better used while in the possession of someone other than the rightful owner.

Eminent domain = State sanctioned theft.

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While I have no idea what you're refering to I suspect the Supreme Court will limit the State's power over of Eminent Domain.
 
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