Compatriots, upon a period of introspection and a meticulous review of last night's incident at the pond, I find myself compelled to articulate certain observations. These are not mere impressions formed in the heat of the moment but are the culmination of eight months of rigorous scrutiny. Understand that both my scholarly endeavors and my reputation hang in the balance. Were the roles reversed, I am convinced that you would undertake a similar course of action to the one I am embarking upon now. Specifically, I beseech you to earnestly examine the references and sources I have provided.
The accusation that I have failed to offer any substantive "sauce" is both perplexing and disconcerting. The article under scrutiny is replete with citations from reputable sources. This leads me to the unsettling conclusion that my work has not been read with the attention it merits. To dismiss my assertions by invoking unnamed authorities—those "in the know"—is to engage in intellectual indolence, a practice unworthy of the critical thinking that I had once assumed was a hallmark of the Anon community. My esteem for this collective, I must admit, is eroding at an accelerated pace.
To be perpetually confronted with the claim that my contributions are devoid of substance, despite the countless hours I invest in meticulous research and citation, is both disheartening and increasingly intolerable. The essence of scholarly discourse lies in the mutual exchange of substantiated ideas, and if my efforts are deemed unworthy of your engagement, then perhaps it is time for me to seek a more receptive audience. For eight months, I have endured criticism from individuals who, I am convinced, have not even perused the material they so cavalierly dismiss. This is not merely an oversight; it is a profound dereliction of intellectual responsibility that threatens the integrity of our community.
I remain steadfast in my commitment to elevate our collective understanding. I will continue to furnish well-researched materials and references on topics that I believe are not only misunderstood but also egregiously neglected. The question that looms is whether this community is willing to rise to the occasion and engage in a manner befitting serious intellectual inquiry.
In my tenure with the 17th SOG, my colleagues and I have amassed a following of 18,400 subscribers—a milestone that is by no means trivial. For the past eight months, however, the burden of this endeavor has rested solely on my shoulders. The magnitude of this accomplishment should, at the very least, warrant a modicum of respect from the community to which I tirelessly contribute. To offer articles that are the product of rigorous research and thoughtful analysis is not merely a service; it is an intellectual offering that deserves to be met with an equivalent level of scrutiny and respect. The question that now presents itself is whether this community is prepared to reciprocate the intellectual commitment I have consistently demonstrated.
I implore you to engage with my research substantively and offer a cogent rebuttal, rather than resorting to the superficiality of hearsay. The gravity of this matter is such that I am prepared to sever ties should you remain indifferent to the fruits of my laborious research. I extend this courtesy to all of you: I would never dismiss your work without first giving it the rigorous examination it deserves, followed by constructive and enlightened feedback.
To clarify, my words are not a blanket indictment of everyone here but are directed at a select few—perhaps two or three individuals. I am weary of the unfounded claim that my contributions lack substance when, in fact, they are meticulously sourced from credible domains.
I harbor the unsettling suspicion that some among you may not even engage with the material I present. While I hope this suspicion proves unfounded, if it is indeed the case, then it serves as a glaring indictment of the shortcomings within our community. A community that purports to seek truth must be willing to entertain diverse perspectives, particularly when those perspectives are buttressed by legal references and credible sources. To accept assertions at face value, without the due diligence of verification, is antithetical to the ethos that both Q and the Anon community ostensibly uphold. The quest for truth is not a passive endeavor; it demands active engagement, scrutiny, and a commitment to intellectual integrity.
What is a Federal District?: An area, such as the District of Columbia, reserved as the site of a federation's national capital. (American Heritage Dictionary)
1. Blacks Law Dictionary: A public corporation, created by the government for political purposes, and having subordinate and local powers of legislation; e. g., a county, town, city.
2. Municipal Corporation: A municipal corporation is a city, town, village, or other local area that has been incorporated to administer local governmental affairs. Municipal corporations are formed by charter from the state and have some degree of autonomy to exercise political powers such as the operation of a police force or fire department. As municipal corporations are created by state legislatures, the formation, duration, powers, and responsibilities of municipal corporations are set by state law.
Why Municipal Corporations Needs a D-U-N-S Number: To be eligible for federal grants and to facilitate financial transactions with other governmental and private entities
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That all that part of the territory of the United States included within the limits of the District of Columbia be, and the same is hereby, created into a government by the name of the District of Columbia, by which name it is hereby constituted a body corporate for municipal purposes, and may contract and be contracted with, sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, have a seal, and exercise all other powers of a municipal corporation not inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of the United States and the provisions of this act.
And be it further enacted That the executive power and authority in and over said District of Columbia shall be vested in 'a governor, who shall be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and who shall hold his office for four years, and until his successor shall be appointed and qualified. The governor shall be a citizen of and shall have resided within said District twelve months before his appointment and have the qualifications of an elector. He may grant pardons and respites for offenses against the laws of said District enacted by the legislative assembly thereof; he shall commission all officers who shall be elected or appointed to office under the laws of the said District acted as aforesaid and shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.
And be it further enacted, That members of the legislative assembly, before they enter upon their official duties, shall take and subscribe the following oath or affirmation: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and will faithfully discharge the duties of the office upon which I am about to enter; and that I have not knowingly, or intentionally paid or contributed anything, or made any promise in the nature of a bribe, to, directly or indirectly influence any vote at the election, at which I was chosen to fill the city office, and have not excepted, nor will I accept, or receive, directly, or indirectly, any money, or other valuable thing for any vote, or influence that I may give or withhold on any bill, resolution, or appropriation, or for any other office act.” Any member, who shall refuse to take the oath hearing prescribed, shall forfeit his office, and every person who shall be convicted of having sworn falsely to, or of violating his, said, earth, shall forfeit his office, and be disqualified thereafter from holding any office or profit or trust in set district and shall be, deemed guilty of perjury, and upon conviction shall be punished accordingly.
And be it further enacted that the District shall never pay, assume, or become responsible for the debts or liabilities of, or in any manner give, loan, or extend its credit to or in aid of any public or other corporation, association, or individual.
What is a federal government corporation, and what are the essential characteristics of a government corporation?
As defined in this report, a federal government corporation is an agency of the federal government, established by Congress to perform a public purpose, which provides a market-oriented product or service and is intended to produce revenue that meets or approximates its expenditures. By this definition, there are 17 entities that are government corporations.
Federal Government Corporations:
Commodity Credit Corporation (15 U.S.C. 714)
Export-Import Bank (12 U.S.C. 635)
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation (7 U.S.C. 1 501)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (12 U.S.C. 1811)
Federal Financing Bank (12 U.S.C. 2281)
D-U-N-S Requirement: For administrative and financial accountability.
Federal Executive Departments are the principal units of the executive branch of the federal government of the United States.
Department of State (DOS): Responsible for foreign policy and international relations. It manages diplomatic missions and represents the U.S. at the United Nations.
Department of the Treasury: Manages the government's revenue and expenditures. It also oversees the issuance of bonds and the printing of currency.
Department of Defense (DOD): Responsible for national security, defense, and the armed forces. It is the largest department in terms of budget and personnel.
Department of Justice (DOJ): Oversees law enforcement agencies like the FBI and administers the federal legal system.
Department of the Interior: Manages federal lands, natural resources, and oversees agencies like the National Park Service and the U.S. Geological Survey.
Department of Agriculture (USDA): Oversees farming, forestry, and food. It provides support to farmers and manages food safety.
Department of Commerce: Promotes economic growth and technological advancement. It includes agencies like the Census Bureau and the Patent and Trademark Office.
Department of Labor: Oversees labor laws, workplace safety, and employment statistics. It also administers programs for job training.
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): Manages programs related to public health, medicine, and welfare, including Medicare and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): Oversees federal housing programs and administers housing grants.
Department of Transportation (DOT): Manages the nation's transportation infrastructure, including highways and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Department of Energy: Responsible for energy policy, nuclear safety, and the nation's energy infrastructure.
Why Federal Executive Departments Needs a D-U-N-S Number: Required for federal procurement and grant applications, ensuring accountability and transparency in financial transactions.
A Government-Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) is a financial services corporation created by the United States Congress to enhance the flow of credit to targeted sectors of the economy. Unlike government corporations, GSEs are privately held corporations but have public purposes. They are not funded by Congress but must adhere to additional oversight. Examples include Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which provide liquidity to the mortgage market.
Why GSE Needs a D-U-N-S Number: To facilitate financial transactions and risk assessments, especially when interacting with private financial markets.