All governments are corporations

Where and to whom do the territorial laws of United States apply? This is discussed here.
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All governments are corporations

Post by iamfreeru2 » Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:15 am

For illustration purposes only: “[A]ll governments are corporations, created by usage and common consent, or grants and charters which create a body politic for prescribed purposes; . . . .” Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge, 36 U.S. (11 Pet.) 420 (1837), reprinted in WESTLAW, 1837 WL 3561, with the following notation at *160 of the computer version: “West Editorial Note: the source of the following opinion is Baldwin’s Constitutional Views, p. 134–169.” The above cited quote appears at *161. (Justice Baldwin’s concurring opinion in this case apparently was not printed in either the Peters Reports of this Court’s decision or subsequently in the U.S. Reports). (Emphasis added)

Since all governments are corporations, including but not limited to United States (see 28 USC § 3002(15)), does United States have authority outside its territorial jurisdiction (see Article 1 Section 8, Clause 17 and Article 4, Section 3, Clause 2, United States Constitution).

I post this for those that comprehend the meaning of the above. After all, WalMart, Inc. does not have authority outside its corporate property, so what makes people believe United States does just because it claims to be the government?
1 Corinthians 1:18 "For the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God."

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Re: All governments are corporations

Post by Logos » Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:35 pm

iamfreeru2 wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:15 am
After all, WalMart, Inc. does not have authority outside its corporate property, so what makes people believe United States does just because it claims to be the government?
I'm not sure many people would say they believe United States has authority outside its own turf. It's just that they are mistaken as to where that turf is, believing it to be all of America as it's depicted on the map.

To be fair to the government, as far as we can tell the government doesn't claim--via the Organic Laws, at least--that it has authority beyond its own turf. However, it isn't incumbent upon anyone to prove government has no authority over a particular geographical location, but for government (or any other organization, for that matter) to prove it does, and I challenge those unaware of all this to show where it does.

Government gives full disclosure via the Organic Laws by which it is ordained, and consequently the legislative and judicial products deriving therefrom. As we know, this full disclosure is NOT necessarily the same verbiage their operatives, e.g., county property appraisers and police officers, would have us believe. Many of these people appear to be as ignorant of government's territorial JD limitations as Americans in general; we surely were at one time.

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