The next time you complain about American policies or who gets voted in for a fourth term or the goals of manipulative and behind the scenes legislation, that is scribed by people who have become multimillionaires many times over, while supposedly being a Civil Servant, think again…THINK TANK!
Our policies and directives are developed in the halls and corridors of many research institutes, which are funded and organized to perform research and act as advocates concerning topics such as social policy, political strategy, economics, military, technology, and culture.
It’s not the President or your Congressman or Senator or Governor that writes American policy, it’s the scholarly academics that have been accredited with advanced degrees from some of the most prestigious elitists institutes. The same higher learning institutes that so many of our past Presidents have spawned from…
The Last Eight President…
Eureka College (1932)
- Harvard Law School (1988–1991)
- Columbia University (1981–1983)
- Occidental College (1979–1981)
George W. Bush
- Harvard Business School (1975)
- Yale University (1968)
- Phillips Academy
- The Kinkaid School
- Yale Law School (1970–1973)
- Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (1968)
George H. Bush
- Phillips Academy
- Yale University
- Davenport College
- United States Naval Academy (1946)
- Union College, Georgia Southwestern State University
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Yale Law School (1938–1941)
- University of Michigan Law School (1937–1937)
- University of Michigan (1935)
- Duke University School of Law (1937)
- Whittier College (1934)
The Think Tank academics of course are paid large salaries by large corporation but, at arms length and often under the guise of a non-profit organization heading, which in some countries such as the United States and Canada are also provider with tax exempt status.
Let’s start with a definition: A “shelf” corporation is an incorporated entity that has had no activity but has been created and “left on the shelf.”
Another definition: A “shell” corporation is a company which serves as a vehicle for business transactions without itself having any significant assets or operations. They may also be known as international business companies, personal investment companies, front companies, or “mailbox” companies.
Shell corporations are not in themselves illegal, and they do have legitimate business purposes. However, they are a main component of the underground economy.
Other think tanks are funded by governments, advocacy groups (lobbyist), or businesses, or derive revenue from consulting or research work related to their agendas or projects.
You can research articles that lists global policies and follow most of the directives initiated by these institutes. The bigger problem is that there are continental categories, and then sub-categories by country within those areas and a comprehensive list will show more than 4,500 policy institutes exist world wide…
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Writing with the Veiled…