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Nightmares Haunt
The Corporations

Jim Kirwan
Most simply cannot believe the situation we find ourselves in today, because something as impossibly massive as the New World Order seems just too incredible to believe. Yet these International Outlaws have managed to circumvent international laws, societal conventions and virtually all other restrictions that would have prevented their unlimited growth. (1)
All that still stands in their way now are the immutable laws of nature herself.
Nature shows us that everyone alive today in the world today will die at some point: the only thing that remains unknown is how or when death will come to take each one of us.
However there is something underway in the major Corporations, something that circumvents this natural ending to their artificial corporate life. The Corporations, unlike you or me, can theorhetorically live forever-and they have created their own fictional myth of invincibility, on which to justify their right to rule over mortal men and women.
Death gives life its meaning and its purpose, because without it there is no need to try, no need to limit the number of things or adventures that could be undertaken: but with Death waiting in the wings the whole of life is more important, more vital and more precious. For everything that lives death is the last chapter of life on this planet-unless you are an artificial legal-construct that has all the same "rights" as a person, but none of the responsibilities.
Corporations have only one responsibility: To make as much money for their shareholders as it is possible to make regardless of how much that might cost the community, or the environment, or even how many lives their projects might bring an end to-none of that matters to the corporation. Many believe that the Corporations are inviolate natural powers that rule the world today. Here's how they were described in NETWORK, the 1970's film that tried to warn the public of their over-arching power.
It took a very long time to dissolve the nation-states and turn them into parts of a one-world conglomerate that serves only them, but by 1975 that task had been completed: "You get up on your little twenty-one inch screen and howl about America and Democracy: There is no America, there is no Democracy ­ there is only IBM and ITT and AT&T and DuPont, DOW, Union Carbide, and Exxon: those ARE the nations of the world today!
What do you think the Russians talk about in their counsels of state ­ Karl Marx? They get out their linear programming charts, their statistical decision theories, mini ~ solutions and compute the price-cost probabilities of their investments and transactions, just like we do. We no longer live in a world of nations and ideologies Mr. Beale. The world is a college of corporations; inexorably determined by the immutable by-laws of business the world is a business Mr. Beale. It has been since man crawled out of slime." (2)
Thirty-three years have passed since the Corporatocracy awarded itself the mantle of global overlord, but they have an Achilles' Heel; they have to have corporate charters that license them to do business in every state where they have a presence-and those charters can be revoked for cause!
The US Supreme Court created the Corporate Right to 'personhood' for corporations on May 10, 1886 in 118 U.S. 394. Decades past and with those years corporations have obtained the "right" to become conglomerates: The right to own a variety of businesses under a single ownership that need not have anything in common between the businesses that are so-owned.
This removed the basis for the formation of corporations in the first place, which was to form corporations to do specific things, such as to run a railroad or an electric plant.
Once the laws governing corporations was expanded the companies that were owned became small parts of the greater corporations and lost their original point of purpose along with their loss of the need to offer real services or products to their individual customers-because their ownership and its profits always came first. This created the giant corporations that could perform hostile takeovers of anything smaller than their major corporate headquarters. This is how the giant corporate bodies became "too big to fail" like Citi Group & Bank of America along with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, AIG, and on and on. And this includes everyone that shared in the now $11.5 Trillion that the FED has now dispersed with no strings attached.
Some of these corporations like Monsanto even managed to get Supreme Court rulings that allow life itself to be privatized and patented. Trees, fruits, grains, and seeds, even parts of the Human Genome Project, paid for by public funds, have actually been sold to various corporations-so that in reality corporations actually now own parts of the DNA in all of us, along with many of the things we eat or need from the natural world.
This is unadulterated greed-gone-wild, but apparently there is nothing that can be done about it-except to revoke the corporate charters of the most powerful offenders. Incidentally that new seed repository in Norway (?), that was built to hold the world's supply of seeds; to protect them from infections and disasters, might well have had a dual purpose: Because it brings all the world's seeds to a single site, where the corporations can take samples to be patented: Whoever owns the seeds of the world shall own the food supply for every nation. Yet when the public hears about these things, the only thing they want to know seems to be "How can I get in on that?"
This particular type of arrogance is what led Reagan to say: "Greed is Good." These crimes are also what ought to cause people to demand that this obscenity be reversed and the corporations that attempted to steal the food supply ought to be completely dissolved. But who is going to oppose the might of the New World Order, just because they want to own the world's food supply while they're currently planning to privatize the water supply as well?
So where's the "nightmare" that supposedly haunts the corporations? That is alive and well within the sagging aged flesh of every would-be master over all of us-because everyone here will die-and most of the truly evil ones are very near to death already. These barbaric murderers have spent their lives trying to kill the rest of us, but even they cannot deny the laws of nature or the karma that they've built for themselves. In the end they're only the latest generation of evil and they know what they've done and what they've tried to do. It's a crime that we've made it so easy for them all, at least till now.
1) A very Real New World Order http://www.newswithviews.com/baldwin/ baldwin487.htm
2) The New World Order according to Arthur Jensen http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BVqIjKyJh0&feature=related
A professional run on the banks has begun http://news.goldseek.com/ InternationalForecaster/1232941840.php
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