OK…so this post about money got my attention.
State Deals Blow to Federal Reserve, House Passes Bill To Treat Silver and Gold as Money
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/arizona-house-passes-bill-federal-reserve/#5k3lvzCM2aLdSCFV.99
Apparently, gold and silver are now actually considered money…(uh, you mean they weren’t before?)
Not according to the Federal Reserve.This history of money goes back -way, way back…do your reading about
- what happened in 1913,
- the Creature from Jekel Island…
- Roosevelt’s demand to turn in all gold…
- Nixon removing us from the gold standard in the 70’s.
The Fed Reserve are the ones who print our money out of thin air, with nothing to back it up. Then, they charge the US government a fee for the priviledge of using their fake money (which is against the Constitution, by the way). Then, our lovely central banks, who buy this money for a fee (which by law should be printed by the US Treasury and FREE to banks) lend it out at 10 times the value of what it is is worth and use fake numbers instead of real money to show us how much we owe them.
Only one problem…since the money they lend is fake, and the money they print is fake….there will never be a way to pay back the debt that is fake since it is lent at 10 times the actual value.
So, if you who borrow money can’t create enough fake money for yourself by working and slaving and selling and borrowing in order to pay them back…they get to take your collateral -your property, or home or car or belongings….all real things…but you get nada.
What a great scam, right?
And…even if you had gold or silver,you were not legally able to pay debts with gold and silver.
Until Arizona recently decided to say “I don’t Consent!” and put an end to the crap.
But what really caught my attention was something else:
“Rep. Mark Finchem (R-Tucson) introduced House Bill 2014 (HB2014) on Jan. 9. The legislation would eliminate state capital gains taxes on income “derived from the exchange of one kind of legal tender for another kind of legal tender.” The bill defines legal tender as “a medium of exchange, including specie, that is authorized by the United States Constitution or Congress for the payment of debts, public charges, taxes and dues.” “Specie” means coins having precious metal content.
In effect, passage of the bill would “legalize the Constitution” by treating gold and silver specie as money.
HB2014 passed the full House by a 35-24 vote.”