Thursday, August 05, 2010


In the beginning "The Crown", a "corporation sole" established investment interests in the American colonies.
Origins - The concept of the Crown took form under the feudal system, evolving from and synthesising oriental and barbarian concepts of kingship. Under the feudal system, in England and (separately) Scotland, all rights and privileges were ultimately granted by the ruler (though this was not the case in all countries that had this system). All land was granted by the Crown to lords, in exchange for feudal services, and they in turn granted the land to lesser lords. One exception to this was common socage—owners of land held as socage held it subject only to the Crown. The Crown as ultimate owner of all property also owns any property which has become bona vacantia.
When a relative few of the early colonist declared their independence, the investors didn't argue, the investors compromised. The investors put their hirelings in places whereby they could promulgate and enact the laws upon which their statutorily established courts would act (see History 1450-1789: Navigation Acts). The following is an example of how corporate governance would be "statutorily" erected as a "Crown Entity" within a commonwealth (or anyplace within these united states of America "by cession of particular states, and the acceptance of Congress" - see Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution). The example that follows shows that corporate governance was erected in the capitol city of Kingston, Jamaica, in 1803.

The erection of a corporate UNITED STATES (see: U.S.C. Title 28 § 3002 (15) “United States” means— (A) a Federal corporation; (B) an agency, department, commission, board, or other entity of the United States; or (C) an instrumentality of the United States) and all its appellations therefrom appears to have started with the incorporation of Philadelphia on March 11, 1789 (Recorded L. B. No. 3, p. 455 See the Acts of Assembly passed December 9, 1789, Chapter 1479; April 2, 1790, Chapter 1509; March 8, 1792, Chapter 1665;  April 19, 1794, Chapter 1754; April 4, 1796, Chapter 1905; April 11, 1799, Chapter 2091; March 3, 1800, Chapter 2117) and further confirmed by the "Gettysburg Address in 1864, and the Incorporation of District of Columbia by (Presidential) Legislative Act of February 21, 1871, under the Emergency War Powers Act and the Reconstruction Acts" (reorganized June 11, 1878 --16 Stat. 419 Chapter 62).  

"The Crown" has its Treasury", and "The Treasury" has its agenda for stakeholders in "Crown Entities".
What is a Crown Entity? - Crown entities are bodies established by law in which the Government has a controlling interest - for example, by owning a majority of the voting shares or through having the power to appoint and replace a majority of the governing members - but which are legally separate from the Crown.
Section 7 of the Crown Entities Act 2004 outlines the five categories of Crown entity:
Statutory entities - bodies corporate established through legislation;
Crown entity companies - often previously known as Crown-owned companies;
Crown entity subsidiaries - companies that are controlled by Crown entities;
School boards of trustees - as constituted under the Education Act 1989; and
Tertiary education institutes - polytechnics, universities and wananga.
Treasury hirelings develop rhetoric and protocol to assure the success of their global agenda.
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So, if the agenda of "The Crown" and its "Treasury" is to protect and defend the financial interests and statutory schemes of its proprietary investors,

then who is representing our interests?

Who do we, the people, turn to to defend and protect our interests and investments?

See also:

The U.S. Constitution, Article 1 § 8, Clause 4. The Congress shall have Power * * * To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, and uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States - NATURALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP, and

A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774 - 1875