by Anna von Reitz
Why NOT Incorporate a Town?
There is presently a drive on to get small unincorporated towns to incorporate themselves as franchises of bankrupt Counties and States of States organizations. There was even such an effort to try to incorporate my own small hometown, Big Lake, Alaska.
It failed miserably because there are too many savvy millionaires who live here and who know the scam, plus they don’t want to pay for any more government layers of unaccountable stupidity.
The perpetrators want to glom onto the assets of the unincorporated towns and counties so as to: (1) gain new assets they can borrow money against; (2) have new assets to offer their greedy Creditors as “security” on these loans.
So if you want to give up your freedom and your security and your property rights and the ownership of your private property, just agree to incorporate your village or town, and the vermin responsible will be happy to bankrupt you and seize upon your assets as free gifts and donations to their foreign government.
Does that explain why no unincorporated town or village in its right mind should ever even think about incorporating its operations?