“Our (CEO) President”?

The President of the United States is not “Our President”. He is the CEO of a Corporation, and you are considered foreign to that corporation, because even the states are found to be “Foreign in respect to the [Federal] Government” ie: the UNITED STATES. Moreover what Oath, Affirmation or Allegiance have you ever given to U.S. Inc.? Can you surrender your rights to a corporation? The Supreme Court of the United States says YES! i would highly recommend learning about PMA’s (Private Membership Associations), these associations control everything just like Quigley said they would. Please see my Playlists at YouTube.
link https://www.youtube.com/user/betbryanp21
It’s funny that Congressman Connie Mack doesn’t even blink!

Title 28, Part VI, Chapter 176, Subchapter A, Section 3002 of the USC:
(15) “United States” means—
(A) a Federal corporation

So, where is this Corporation named the United States?

9 USC 307(h)
(h) [Location of United States.]
The United States is located in the District of Columbia.

Is something starting to smell in Denmark? What if i told you that on December 9, 1945 Congress surrendered all government offices (including municipal) over to the United Nations?

Have “We the People” been tricked into being subservient to a False god? Another query to explore is are we really “We The People”? Research would say NO!

The “New World Order” is here, and it has been for a long time!

Further info can be found here:
http://freedom-school.com/citizenship/corporate-united-states.html?fb_ref=Default&fb_source=message

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