The Corporatism Killer! The Antithesis of the "Incorporation"! The "Un"incorporation!Submitted by Law In Simple Terms on Fri, 10/21/2011 - 02:10
To put it simply, the Corporatism Killer, the "Common Law Declaration of Trust" is an "Unincorporation" (according to the Supreme Court of the United States) and is a "Pure Trust" Business Organization which is the "antithesis of the Incorporation". It exists through no statutory privilege or grant; it is not a creature of the State, as is an Incorporation; it is protected under Article 1, Section 10, of the U.S. Constitution ("No state shall impair the obligations of contract"); and it is:
a) Formed by contract and executed by Third Parties.
b) Governed by Common Law Not Statutory Law.
c) Easy to use.
d) Adaptable for both personal and business use.
e) All assets can be exchanged into the trust with a minimum of effort and with no need of an attorney.
f) Legal in every State and goes with you from State to State.
The Pure Trust is not:
g) Subject to any State Regulation. (Note: a Corporation is subject to all State Regulations)
The Pure Trust has the same constitutional rights as an individual. This simply means the trust has the right to:
i) Freedom from unwarranted search & seizure.
j) Refrainment from self incrimination.
The Pure Trust also:
k) Protects your personal, family & business interests from lawsuits, probate & financial disaster.
l) Provides for control of assets. It gives you, as Managing Director, the complete control over the trust assets.
m) Facilitates estate planning. It is not altered in any way by death, insanity, incapacity or bankruptcy or subject to liability to a Third Party.
n) Allows you to become judgment proof.
o) Insures privacy. A new identity is created.
The Supreme Court of the United States in Hecht v. Malley, 44 SCt 462; 265 US 144; 68 LEd 949, stated:
"It thus appears that Congress intended to make a clear distinction between the provisions relating to the income tax and to the excise tax, and purposely framed them, as shown by the amendment incorporated in the bill before its final passage, so that while the income tax provision should apply to all domestic corporations, joint stock companies or associations, no matter how created or organized, the excise tax provision should only apply to such as were organized under 'statutory law' (my emphasis added quotes)." See United States v. Publishing Co., 219 U. S. 1, 13, 31 Sup. Ct. 212, 55 L. Ed. 65, 21 Ann. Cas. 942; United States v. St. Paul Railway, 247 U. S. 310, 318, 38 Sup. Ct. 525, 62 L. Ed. 1130.
"We conclude that as the trusts (Common Law Declarations of Trust) (my emphasis added parenthetically) involved in these four cases are not organized under any statute and derive from such source no quality or benefit, they are not within the terms of the excise tax provision of the Act of 1916."
The answer to halting the oppression of the "Incorporate State", including all of its agents with its governmental intrusions through licensing schemes, has been staring us in the face all this time. The legal fiction of the elite and ultra rich, "The Unincorporation".
I welcome your comments or opinions!
Terry Ingram, Founder