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OJ government laws and Corp. U.S. laws

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OJ government laws and Corp. U.S. laws

Postby CB » Thursday September 25th, 2008 7:24 pm MDT

I've been wondering about how to distinguish between the laws of the OJ Government which are applicable to all and those of Corp. U.S. which are only applicable to those that have trustee status with them (or maybe have connections some other way). :?:

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Re: OJ government laws and Corp. U.S. laws

Postby Admin » Friday September 26th, 2008 11:52 am MDT

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In order to distinguish between two different relationships you have to first understand what each of those relationships are; then distinguishing between them will become an easy thing. To understand any relationship we always use the Standard for Review.
    (In fact that is the tool we always use as the core of each of our training tapes, CDs and DVDs. The purpose of each training tool is to help the listener to learn how to effectively use the Standard for Review to understand the matter being reviewed.)
From such a review, we would know who we were and whom each of the parties you are inquiring after are. We would know each of their histories, the ecology and nature of each of the relationships.

Keeping all of that in mind, then we especially notice if we were acting through any contracted capacity either directly or indirectly with the other parties.

Though on our Beneficiary Forum we could delve more deeply into such a matter, here we can only provide what we have shown above and acknowledge what that shows. Accordingly, you should be able to surmise from that, whether you are acting through a taxpayer natured entity or in your natural capacity (the two are significantly different).

You should notice:
  1. The original jurisdiction laws are:
    1. Natural laws exercised under the control of our Constitutional Republic form of government,
    2. They have not changed at least since:
      1. 1871 on the national side; and,
      2. 1968 on a original jurisdiction State side.
    3. Limited to the authority the people have to grant to the government.
        (In other words, the original jurisdiction government is a creature created by the People; thus, it cannot acquire any authority from the People's body politic greater than the people themselves individually possess.)
  2. Accordingly, Corp. U.S. and Corp. State statutes would be operational:
    1. Only in accord with contractual relationships formed between the parties thereto related; and,
    2. Only after such corporate entities were formed.
    3. Including, whatever authority the parties can contractually conceive of, provide and agree upon.
        (In other words, corporations can acquire any authority between its parties that the parties desire to democratically agree upon.)
You may notice within the presentation of these differences is the difference between a Republic and a Democracy. A Corporation can act like a Democracy making unilateral changes and adjustments in accord with the outcome of a simple majority vote; however, a Constitutional Republic form of government, like our original jurisdiction government, can never have the unilateral power of a Democracy. Though the Republic uses the Democratic Process for its elections, the body politic can never grant authority over the individual if the individual does not agree to it. This is because the Republic must recognize, 'No man (individually or collectively joined with others) has the authority to control any other man's life, liberty or property.' However, if the individual is willing to enter into a contract granting his will over his life, liberty and property, then the contract becomes controlling over the same. That is exactly what is done under the corporate governance jurisdiction.

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