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Do you live in a Country – or, do you live in a Company?

When you have countries like Greece – the very cradle of Western Civilization – on the brink of being swallowed up by ravaging US Corporations, you have to ask yourself if the whole concept of having a nation-state there to take care of your interests holds any water at all.

Wal-Mart makes more money than Greece. But Wal-Mart isn’t a democracy. It is a singularly totalitarian organisation. Decisions come from the top down – not the other way around.

Historically, many countries often start out as companies. The East India Company pretty much formed most of the colonial countries in Asia. The United States of America – started out being just another branch of that British enterprise – called just plain ol’ “United States.”

Countries seem to form out of companies – when the enterprise becomes less profitable. Like in the case of India – where non-cooperation from the local populace led to it turning into a huge White Elephant on the White Raja’s back. Malaya and Singapore proved too costly to protect against the Japanese invasion. Hence, the concept of “INDEPENDENCE” came into being. What it really meant was that – Britain could no longer afford to keep these remote areas of the globe under its control – and had to simply leave their “investments” behind.

Today the game is different. Companies no longer need worry about running out of “MONEY” – since “MONEY” isn’t really even money anymore. It is somehow got turned – into unbacked currency. And you can’t really run out of the stuff, since you have yet another company which makes it out of thin air (i.e. The Fed)

So, we’ll see countries, now – turning back into companies.

Libya – for example, is getting a taste of what that’s like. Many others will follow.

In fact, so long as the world keep accepting the U.S. Dollar – the Global Corporate Takeover will continue – unabated. Everything you think you own – and have worked for, all your life – will slowly be labeled “Company Property” – and given in the end – to the Owners of The Company.

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