The question of who we are, is one that has been contemplated by many great thinkers and is a subject that is of great interest to me. Of even greater interest to me is the question who are we to the powers that be. I’ve peered through the looking glass by reading the answers to this question, from some of the greatest and most influential minds in human history. I’ve just finished the second of three of the writings of Karl Marx and before you label me a Marxist, know that I’ve balanced this reading with the mind of Leo Tolstoy.This hub is not an argument or even a review for these two philosophical minds but rather an observation of their thoughts in relation to our societal trajectory…This hub is about human capital and the way we are perceived by our rulers in post modernity.
In the eyes of the bureaucracy you are Human Capital. I wish I could sugar coat it to hide the bittersweet flavor of this axiom but I can not. Finding the truth from the political class is difficult and often requires sifting through the Library of Congress, luckily it is something that I don’t mind doing and rather enjoy. The truth is very rarely heard from the words that they speak and no matter how eloquent the delivery of a rousing speech, it is usually written by a writer capable of spinning words in a dizzying fashion, the truth however can be found in the realm of the unspoken and subsequently verified by their actions.
In 1997 President Clinton signed a Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) – Executive Order 13037, which publicly defines the people of the United States as “Property Improvements,” “Human Capital,” (specifically section 2 subsection ( b ). Prior to this the registrations of birth was secretly used in order to create a ‘Bond’ or debt on each individual.
This has been taking place since 1933 in private.
Executive Order 13037 of March 3, 1997
Commission to Study Capital Budgeting
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the Federal Advisory Committee Act, as amended (5 U.S.C. App.), it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Establishment.
There is established the Commission to Study Capital Budgeting (“Commission”). The Commission shall be bipartisan and shall be composed of 11 members appointed by the President. The members of the Commission shall be chosen from among individuals with expertise in public and private finance, government officials, and leaders in the labor and business communities. The President shall designate two co-chairs from among the members of the Commission.
Sec. 2. Functions.
The Commission shall report on the following:
(a) Capital budgeting practices in other countries, in State and local governments in this country, and in the private sector; the differences and similarities in their capital budgeting concepts and processes; and the pertinence of their capital budgeting practices for budget decision-making and accounting for actual budget outcomes by the Federal Government;
(b) The appropriate definition of capital for Federal budgeting, including: use of capital for the Federal Government itself or the economy at large; ownership by the Federal Government or some other entity; defense and non-defense capital; physical capital and intangible or human capital; distinctions among investments in and for current, future, and retired workers; distinctions between capital to increase productivity and capital to enhance the quality of life; and existing definitions of capital for budgeting;
(c) The role of depreciation in capital budgeting, and the concept and measurement of depreciation for purposes of a Federal capital budget; and
(d) The effect of a Federal capital budget on budgetary choices between capital and non-capital means of achieving public objectives; implications for macroeconomic stability; and potential mechanisms for budgetary discipline.
Sec. 3. Report.
The Commission shall adopt its report through majority vote of its full membership. The Commission shall report to the National Economic Council by March 15, 1998, or within 1 year from its first meeting.
Sec. 4. Administration.
(a) Members of the Commission shall serve without compensation for their work on the Commission. While engaged in the work of the Commission, members appointed from among private citizens of the United States may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by law for persons serving intermittently in the Government service (5 U.S.C. 5701-5707).
(b) The Department of the Treasury shall provide the Commission with funding and administrative support. The Commission may have a paid staff, including detailees from Federal agencies. The Secretary of the Treasury shall perform the functions of the President under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, as amended (5 U.S.C. App.), except that of reporting to the Congress, in accordance with the guidelines and procedures established by the Administrator of General Services.
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Essentially they sold you for 14 quadrillion dollars in borrowed funds. This is quite separate and additional from the birth certificate bonds.
“There are no necessary evils in government and the treasury to you gentlemen is closed.”
– Andrew Jackson