United States–the East India Company Endeavor
In the song: SIXTEEN TONS, the honky-tonk singer Merle Travis gave the following chorus:
You load sixteen tons, what do you get Another day older and deeper in debt Saint Peter don’t you call me ’cause I can’t go I owe my soul to the company store
And, if you are an entrepreneur and you’re probably thinking that you “own your own business”, so this posting isn’t going to apply to you, right? Now since this posting is under the category of Corporate Rabbit Hole, you might think that I’m going to start discussing or attacking your job and the company you work for….and believe me, I will get to that topic soon enough because the Corporate Dream has turned into a nightmare of disloyalty, nepotism, and the constant insecurity of replacements, mergers, take-overs, and layoffs.
This is about the International Law of the Flag and the term “corporate Ship of State”. You may have even heard these terms, but how does this apply to you as an American/U.S. Citizen who has pledged allegiance to the United States of America?
All I will say about it before you listen to this coffee call is this: your pledge to the good ‘ole Red, White and Blue Flag…ain’t what you think it is. As you will hear, the East India Company has more to do with your pledge, than it does trading in spices and tea. And, although people place their hands over their hearts as an act of “worship” and veneration; it more of the acts of a Warship and assimilation.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: After listening to this brief coffee call, ask yourself: “Who exactly was Betsy Ross and what did she have to do with any flag?”