• Henry Ford

'Global' Corporate Governance

First and foremost debut is the fact that world governments, including those in the Americas, are mere corporate instruments of the ruling transnational elite. The 'United States' in particular is an international multi-trillion dollar crime syndicate that is deadly serious about bringing earth and its inhabitants to heel, just like its political and corporate counterparts, the Vatican City and the Corporation of London.

"Nations or states, are denominated by publicists, bodies politic, and are said to have their affairs and interests, and to deliberate and resolve, in common. They thus become as moral persons, having an understanding and will peculiar to themselves, and are susceptible of obligations and laws." - Vattel, 49
"In this extensive sense the United States may be termed a corporation; and so may each state singly." - Per Iredell, J. 3 Dall. 447

As indicated above, a 'nation' or a 'state' is a body-politic with its own affairs and interests. It is this 'body politic' that is also known as a corporation. Take note that the reference is to that of a body.

The fact that every single terrestrial government is a corporation has been well-articulated and established by the Supreme Court of the United States. See the facts below:

"The United States is a government, and consequently a body politic and corporate, capable of attaining the objects for which it was created, by the means which are necessary for their attainment. This great corporation was ordained and established by the American people, and endowed by them with great powers for important purposes. Its powers are unquestionably limited; but while within those limits, it is as perfect a government as any other, having all the faculties and properties belonging to a government, with a perfect right to use them freely, in order to accomplish the objects of its institution." – U.S. v. Maurice, 2 Brock., 96, 109 (1823)
"Corporations are also of all grades, and made for varied objects; all governments are corporations, created by usage and common consent, or grants and charters which create a body politic for prescribed purposes; but whether they are private, local or general, in their objects, for the enjoyment of property, or the exercise of power, they are all governed by the same rules of law, as to the construction and the obligation of the instrument by which the incorporation is made. The federal government itself is but a corporation, created by the grant or charter of the separate states ..." – Proprietors of Charles River Bridge v. Proprietors of Warren Bridge, 36 U.S. 420 (1837)
"The word "corporations" in its largest sense has a more extensive meaning than people generally are aware of. Any body politic (sole or aggregate) whether its power be restricted or transcendent, is in this sense "a corporation." ... [N]ot only each State singly, but even the United States may without impropriety be termed "corporations."" The Corporate Conception of the State and the Origins of Limited Constitutional Government, Vol. 6 (2001), by Eric Enlow

The 'United States of America' is a CORPORATION incorporated by 'The People' (the aristocrats who setup the republic), and 'Canada' is a CORPORATION incorporated by the Crown of Britain. In either case, the law conceives of government as a legal corporation and places it firmly under 'the law' (constitution; charter).

"The United States of America are a corporation endowed with the capacity to sue and be sued, to convey and receive property." 1 Marsh. Dec. 177, 181
But it is proper to observe that no suit can be brought against the United States without authority of law." - A LAW DICTIONARY, by John Bouvier
"The United States Federal Government is a corporate entity or society which makes it a person." – Webster's New Dictionary unabridged 2nd Ed. 1965
"A monarch is, "a single or sole ruler of a state ... a person or a thing that suppresses others of the same kind."" – Webster's New Dictionary unabridged 2nd Ed. 1965

'Canada' is a constitutional monarchy. That is its parent-company, the Crown, is a one-man corporation created for the purpose of governance, divinely ordained, and is limited by its charter called constitution. 'Canada' is a CORPORATION constituted by a charter known as the BNA Act. Its charter of incorporation is very much in effect today as this Act is in force by its great seal. Furthermore, its charter of incorporation clearly articulates that the Queen is the "Executive" governor and has AUTHORITY of and over 'Canada'. She certainly exercised that AUTHORITY over Canada by proclaiming the 'Constitution Act of 1982' to be in force over her corporation.

1828 Webster's Dictionary:

"MON'ARCHY, n. [Gr. See Monarch.] 1. A state or government in which the supreme power is lodged in the hands of a single person. Such a state is usually called an empire or a kingdom; and we usually give this denomination to a large state only. But the same name is sometimes given to a kingdom or state in which the power of the king or supreme magistrate is limited by a constitution, or by fundamental laws. Such is the British monarchy. Hence we speak of absolute or despotic monarchies, and of limited monarchies.
A free government has a great advantage over a simple monarchy.
A kingdom; an empire."

A Law Dictionary, by John Bouvier:

"MONARCHY, government. That form of government in which the sovereign power is entrusted to the hands of a single magistrate. Toull. tit. prel. n. 30. The country governed by a monarch is also called a monarchy."

The Century Dictionary:

"Constitutional monarchy. See monarchy ...
1. Supreme power wielded by a single person; absolute personal authority.
2. The principle of government by a monarch; the monarchical system.
3. A government in which the supreme power is either actually or nominally lodged in the hands of a monarch or sole ruler, who holds his position for life, generally with hereditary succession."
"There have been elective monarchies, in which the successor to a deceased sovereign was chosen without obligatory regard to the hereditary principle; but this principle has finally prevailed, to the exclusion of choice, in all existing civilized monarchies. The former kingdom of Poland was a purely elective monarchy. The German-Roman empire was originally, and always nominally, elective; but for many centuries the chosen successor was almost invariably the heir of the former emperor. An absolute or despotic monarchy is one in which the will of the monarch or sovereign is supreme over all other authority or powers of government; a limited or constitutional monarchy, one in which the sovereign is limited to the exercise of particular powers or functions by the laws or constitution of the realm. More or less limited monarchies have nearly always existed. About the fifteenth century a noteworthy increase of the power of the sovereign took place (as in England under Edward IV., in France under Louis XI., in, spain under century the prevalent theory and practice on the continent constituted nearly unrestricted absolutism; this has now almost disappeared from Europe, while still maintaining a foothold in Asia. But whether absolute or limited, the monarch is theoretically regarded as the source of all power, and all acts of government are done in his name. The obvious definition of a monarchy seems to be that of a state in which a single person, by whatsoever name he may be distinguished, is intrusted with the execution of the laws, the management of the revenue, and the command of the army. But, unless public liberty is protected by intrepid and vigilant guardians, the authority of so formidable a magistrate will soon degenerate into despotism." – Gibbon

As established, the Commonwealth of Canada is a body-politic and corporate whose "government" denotes a single sovereign entrusted with the execution of the laws, the management of its revenue, and the command of its militia & law enforcement. This "person" which denotes the "government" is a corporation sole known as the 'Crown', the sovereignty of this legal conglomerate who holds executive power.

The following explains what all this means:

"The king has two capacities, for he has two bodies, the one whereof is a body natural ... [T]he other is a body politic, and the members thereof are his subjects, and he and his subjects together compose the corporation, as Southcote said, and he is incorporated with them and they with him, and he is the head and they are the members ..." – William v. Berkley (1559); The Crown as Corporation (1901)

Under British Common Law, in a 'constitutional' monarchy attached to the natural body of a monarch is both a 'body-natural and politic'. Its subjects are considered to be members who have been incorporated (via 'citizenship' or 'naturalization') into that society and the 'monarch' is the 'chief toad' of that organization. And make no mistake, if you are a Canadian, or a citizen of any U.K. commonwealth, at law you are indeed considered a SUBJECT of the Corporation (the Crown of Britain) and its Executive (the Queen).

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