The Corporation

Lynx

The Corporation
« on November 16th, 2014, 12:25 AM »
I thought this documentary already had been adressed here but I can't find any reference to it anywhere.

Here it is and it's not by any means a waste of time watching it, AAMOF you should spread the word about it to your family and friends.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y888wVY5hzw#ws

Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #1, on November 16th, 2014, 04:22 AM »Last edited on November 16th, 2014, 04:27 AM
It must be worth watching or it wouldn't be censored here.


Here's another link they haven't got to yet:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMNZXV7jOG0#ws

Lynx

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #2, on November 16th, 2014, 05:21 AM »
^^^^^^ Money talks, simple as that.

I can understand if the arguments throughout this documentary when it was released in 2003 could have been seen as a bit exaggerated, but looking in hindsight they're not arguments any more, they're facts.

What's so great is that some of the arguments/theories/discussions on this forum regarding corporations, TPTB, etc, already has been adressed in this documentary.

Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #3, on November 16th, 2014, 05:48 AM »Last edited on November 16th, 2014, 06:03 AM
Something to keep in mind when you hear them speaking of the 14th Amendment, "to give equal rights to the black people and free them of slavery".  The real agenda was to instead make everyone a slave.  And to what?

The Corporation.


Diagnosed as a person, gives you the solid profile of a psychopath.

Lynx


Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #5, on April 26th, 2015, 04:22 PM »
That was Sterling Allan's favorite vid, well until...


Something to keep in the back your mind:  This so-called "Free Energy" has a price; some know what it is, most have no clue.  I have a good suspicion what that price is.  Tick-tock...

Lynx

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #6, on April 26th, 2015, 09:27 PM »
Then again I think the reward would outweigh the price.......I'm of course talking about the downfall of corporation as we know it.......to start with.

Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #7, on May 18th, 2015, 10:48 PM »
State of affairs...



He overlooked:
  Regulatory agencies destroy the environment.

And
  Corporations destroy free market competition.

Lynx

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #8, on October 11th, 2015, 07:55 AM »
Thanks to the Internet, organizations such as http://sumofus.org/ offers an easily accessible enough opportunity for anyone and everyone to share their opinions on issues that which they consider important enough to address and to bring to public attention.
And yes, I as a global mod here do consider this site (sumofus.org) to be more than merely just another fundraising scamsite, which is the very reason to why I at all post about it here.

Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #9, on October 11th, 2015, 09:17 PM »
https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/28/3002
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(15)  “United States” means—
   (A)   a Federal corporation;
   (B)   an agency, department, commission, board, or other entity of the United States; or
   (C)   an instrumentality of the United States.
I'll be willing to bet one could dig through the legal documents behind all countries and find the same verbiage.

Also notice how the definition is recursive.  Typically when you see that, it implies the object had a starting point, but is now self sustaining and no longer needs the initial definition--sort of like the statement, "I think therefore I am."

Lynx

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #10, on October 12th, 2015, 06:50 AM »
I guess by using corporation it's understood that people pay taxes for services that which the government provides, which, after all, is the very foundation for any government.
Except for the ones that makes a living on selling for instance fossile based fuels, such nations can, and some actually do also, provide for instance free healthcare, education, etc, to the people, without the need for any taxes.
However, such nations would suffer the most when (not if, when) the free energy device hits main stream media, enabling anyone to adapt to a life completely off the grid.

massive

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #11, on October 12th, 2015, 01:50 PM »
Im glad to see this subject up. not that its good but that people have seen it.   NZ is a tax haven , many international corps are based here .  hollywood even changed employment laws here so NZ is the back drop in alot of movies and expenses are probably picked up by the peasants!
the GOV here at the moment are trying to change the flag.....corporate rebranding.
the GOV have signed us up on TPPA agreement last week

so called social services world wide are contracted out . in NZ we have UK prisons and hospital "service" , forign private schools . Tax dept is renting out money , the cops are contracted to do traffic in order to pull in revenue which goes on real estate . The roading is singaporean last I looked . its a mess and the media keep well out of it , they focus on weather and sport

Zweistein

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #12, on October 13th, 2015, 03:35 AM »
In Europe it`s normal you have free health care, education,... you pay taxes for that.

Matt Watts

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #13, on October 27th, 2015, 01:19 AM »
Had to post this:

Lynx

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #14,  »
Oops! Looks like I bumped it a bit.
Well, whatever.

onepower

Re: The Corporation
« Reply #15,  »
Matt
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The Corporation. Diagnosed as a person, gives you the solid profile of a psychopath.
A corporation is simply a business however the problems arise when the business protects people who are mentally unstable and do bad things. The government also protects corporations because they add to the GDP and give the politicians money to campaign. However at the end of the day it is we who elect politicians not corporations.

It's a two way street and anyone who is fool enough to buy into the advertising and hype is in no uncertain terms a fool. Think of it this way, if everyone incorporated and contracted their services and paid very little tax then we would see a massive tax shortage. Taxes would have to be raised and the tax laws changed to close the loopholes which does affect all corporations bottom line (You and them). In essence it levels the playing field because now you have the same corporate rights as they do. Your not going to change anyone's mind because most have been programmed not to think however you can work the system against itself. Pay less tax, make more money then give it so someone in need if you want, it's your choice. Why not divert your hard earned tax dollars to somewhere you know it may actually do some good instead of being wasted?.

Understand there are no bad corporations, it is an entity, a business and it is the "people" within the corporations doing bad things. Do you see how that works?, they have you blaming a concept or construct and not real people. That is like me blaming your government for something you did rather than holding you accountable for your actions which is absurd. It's a mind game, making people blame some inanimate thing few understand versus the actual psychopaths doing the bad things.

Here's the catch, if they deem a corporation a "person" then what is an employee like the CEO who makes the decisions?, is it a person hidden within another supposed person?. Is a corporation Bipolar?, it makes no sense until you understand it is simply a way for real people to avoid accountability thus liability for their actions. In effect it allows them to act like immature psychotic little children however that does not mean we have to, we have options.

When we stop blaming corporations which is absurd and start holding real people accountable only then will things change.