September 22, 2020

Political Charters Create Corporate Countries As Fictions

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THE LAW

THE LAW

“UNDERSTANDING WHAT FICTIONS AS WRITTEN INSTRUMENTS ARE ABLE TO CREATE”

“When people individually agree, or ‘contract’, to come together to work in each other’s company, by cooperating together towards the aims of achieving ‘someone’s idea’, or, act out their lives in accordance with someone’s idea, in accepting what that ‘fictional idea’ provides and offers as a service (e.g., legislative-law) for them to use, we have in the preceding words, the definition of a ‘business company’ with the use of the word, company, being an obvious clue, and also with the use of the word cooperating (its other form being, cooperation), being another obvious clue, that can be replaced with a similar sounding word – corporation – providing for the same principles. Both the words, company and corporation, describe what would be a personally owned private business created for fulfiling the aims of achieving its ambitions for its owner or group-owners amounting to a relatively small number of individuals forming that group in relation to the outside world.”

“Understanding the principles of a business company in the way it has just been defined, shows us that a ‘written instrument’, described as a political charter (constitution), can only be a personally owned private fictitious corporate business (a private business company), offering a broad range of services from which people can make a ‘choice’ from services ‘offered’, so that they can act out their lives within someone’s personally owned private corporate business idea or fiction, through contract.”—There Is No Debt

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