The Corporate Lie

Discussion in 'US Taxes' started by Lex Quadruplator, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. Substance obviously has no value to a big mouth lying piece of shit
    like you. You are what we call a GOOF. Worst yet, you're a low life
    treasonous traitor to all americans and all your tantrums won't hide
    that. I wonder what they will do when that starts to sink in.

    This whole demented rant of yours is just a pathetic attempt to hide
    the fact that corporations are by definition FICTIONS.


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    The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth
    Edition

    cor-po-ra-tion

    1. A body that is granted a charter recognizing it as a separate legal
    entity having its own rights, privileges, and liabilities distinct
    from those of its members.

    2. Such a body created for purposes of government. Also called body
    corporate.
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    37th PARLIAMENT, 1st SESSION

    Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights

    Tuesday, May 28, 2002

    Professor Patrick Healy, professor of law at McGill University

    " Well, your question goes directly to the heart of the issue. A
    corporation is a fiction, by definition, and any attempt to construct
    a model of criminal liability for a fiction will involve further
    fictions. The question you ask is, where is the limit of the just
    imposition of responsibility on these fictitious entities?.."
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    Lennard's Carrying Co Ltd v Asiatic Petroleum Co Ltd 1915 AC 705

    "My Lords, a corporation is an abstraction. It has no mind of its own
    any more than it has a body of its own;..."
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    https://www.tc.gc.ca/CivilAviation/SystemSafety/CASS/2004/klineberg.htm

    AMENDMENTS TO THE CRIMINAL CODE

    C-45 CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF ORGANIZATIONS

    PROBLEM

    A corporation is a "fiction" as it has no separate existence, no
    physical body and no "mind".
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    Connect the dots at..

    The Lex Quadruplator
    www.lexquadruplator.org

    The Corporate Lie
     
    Lex Quadruplator, Nov 1, 2008
    #21
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  2. Lex Quadruplator

    Abbot Guest

    Abbot) So the question remains: How can a court be unreal and yet
    provide binding case law for you to quote?

    Substance, please.
    Abbot 2) So how can a court be unreal and yet provide binding case
    law for you to quote?

    I can answer the question for you, StaR.

    To you the government and courts are unreal when they make statute or
    case law you don’t like. But when you find a court decision you think
    you can twist to fit your selfish needs the courts become real. The
    courts also become real when you want to use them to sue somebody.

    When you need free health care for your gimpy leg and your hurt tummy
    the government magically becomes real.

    Likewise you choose the usages of words like “actor” to fit you needs.
    When the court calls an official acting his or her role for the state
    an "actor" you twist the meaning of the statement by cherry picking
    the word usage you prefer and saying that the official is a play actor
    acting in a made up, fictional role.

    That is a purposeful lie told by a fool.

    It’s the world according to StaR where the rules change as needed to
    fit the needs of the egocentric basement law giver, StaR/Lex.

    StaR who can’t control anything, including himself. . .so he makes of
    a world of fiction.
     
    Abbot, Nov 1, 2008
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  3. Substance obviously has no value to a big mouth lying piece of shit
    like you. You are what we call a GOOF. Worst yet, you're a low life
    treasonous traitor to all americans and all your tantrums won't hide
    that. I wonder what they will do when that starts to sink in.

    This whole demented rant of yours is just a pathetic attempt to hide
    the fact that corporations are by definition FICTIONS.

    ----------
    The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth
    Edition

    cor-po-ra-tion

    1. A body that is granted a charter recognizing it as a separate legal
    entity having its own rights, privileges, and liabilities distinct
    from those of its members.

    2. Such a body created for purposes of government. Also called body
    corporate.
    ----------
    37th PARLIAMENT, 1st SESSION

    Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights

    Tuesday, May 28, 2002

    Professor Patrick Healy, professor of law at McGill University

    " Well, your question goes directly to the heart of the issue. A
    corporation is a fiction, by definition, and any attempt to construct
    a model of criminal liability for a fiction will involve further
    fictions. The question you ask is, where is the limit of the just
    imposition of responsibility on these fictitious entities?.."
    ----------
    Lennard's Carrying Co Ltd v Asiatic Petroleum Co Ltd 1915 AC 705

    "My Lords, a corporation is an abstraction. It has no mind of its own
    any more than it has a body of its own;..."
    ----------
    https://www.tc.gc.ca/CivilAviation/SystemSafety/CASS/2004/klineberg.htm

    AMENDMENTS TO THE CRIMINAL CODE

    C-45 CRIMINAL LIABILITY OF ORGANIZATIONS

    PROBLEM

    A corporation is a "fiction" as it has no separate existence, no
    physical body and no "mind".
    ----------

    Connect the dots at..

    The Lex Quadruplator
    www.lexquadruplator.org

    The Corporate Lie
     
    Lex Quadruplator, Nov 1, 2008
    #23
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    PV Guest

    How nice, Eldon has a follower, appears from the multiple posting of the
    same crap to follow Eldon's style too. All this and it's not even a full
    moon.

    --
    PV

    Do not compute the totality of your poultry population before the
    manifestations of incubation have ceased.

    William Jennings Bryant
     
    PV, Nov 2, 2008
    #24
  5. Lex Quadruplator

    AllYou! Guest

    In
    Hmmmmm. You were presented with a substantive question, to which
    you responded with the personal attacks, and other rants listed
    below, and yet, substance has value to you, and not to the person
    who asked the substantive question. That seems like a rather odd
    position for you to take.




    a big mouth lying piece of
     
    AllYou!, Nov 3, 2008
    #25
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