To incorporate is basically to define an entity as a business, as such it also lends itself to a tax and copyright strategy, nothing wrong with that depending on viewpoint and operational standards. But it also separates the “company” from individuals which can come in handy should a law suit arise.
The fact that AIM is AIM Inc. goes a long way in indicating the organizational strategy, and to this day I remain somewhat amazed at the thought of such things. At the thought of all the titles and “ministries” AIM has created.
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and I wonder if on some level that’s what this is about inspite of all the vitriol?
A mimicry that creates departments and posts like the “Council on Security and Intelligence”, or “Ministry of Information”, and of course the “tribunals”.
I also wonder if those presiding over such tribunals wear the black robes and powdered wigs once fashionable in courtroom decor, if they accept writs and motions and then retire to consider them, or if as the way of all kangaroo courts the “verdict” is predetermined?
Come on now – ministries and councils, ministers and directors? This is like children playing a game and assigning roles and titles to each other.
At one point or another individuals within the “leadership” have announced that they are AIM, the living embodiment, the Capo di tutti capi , the big cheese through which all decisions and deeds must pass for approval.
What a responsibility huh? Especially when it comes to murder victims and how best to dispose of thier bodies. Is there a ministry that exists specifically for that?
We know there is a defacto ministry of propaganda, so it seems reasonable to speculate there is also a body disposal ministry.
If so I assume Crow Dog would head that department in view of his grave keeper status.
Then there would have to be a ministry of appropriations and marketing when it comes to the nations traditions and ceremonies – currently it looks as though Banks and Crow Dog have assumed control of that territory – though Clyde may pose something of a threat as he attempts to carve out his own niche, his own piece of the pie.
Chiefs or Capos, who they trying kid?