Mysteries & Thrillers

Problem of Poverty

victory Why so much poverty throughout Europe and no doubt most of the world? Look to the way money is created, big government and big taxes. The system has turned the most prosperous country with no national debt into one of the most debt ridden, that country, America. Since 1913 they have had a private central bank issuing fake money, they also introduced the IRS. It is the same pattern. Folks wake up and smell the coffee. In the US the IRS collects taxes, it is related to the banking system. The whole system creates money when it is borrowed into existence. Under their system, to have money you have to have debt. The whole of Europe is in debt. Paying it back through austerity, is some kind of reverse logic. Will putting more people into poverty increase or decrease tax revenues? Some folks might be confusing austerity with being prudent. Like folks who would cut back on newspapers and magazines so they can save a bit extra to buy a car so they can get to a better job. The old concept of saving money by being frugal only works where money has inherent value. The debt based money inflation is always more than payments on savings interest. If your IQ is numerically around the winter temperature range, then try getting off products laced with fluoride. Folks debt equals poverty, when banks use the Word LOAN, can you lend your friend money you don't have? NO. They can, so what do you call such a system? If you can't pay back the money they never had, but lent you, they get your assets. Give people sound money, give them a low burden of small government, and checkout how the United States prospered. Create a new European Soviet Union, and just check out how the USSR was and how North Korea is. Collectivists work, whether knowingly or not for the banksters and bureaucrats. Slaves are poor, slaves have to obey their masters, enjoy obeying your masters rules and regulations, enjoy your masters determining where and how you will live, because you have no choice, you're poor, a debt slave.

Is America full of Quislings?

The US constitution is one of the most modern on the planet, Calling it out dated, when it seeks to provide people protection from tyranny, can only be a backward step.

In the US they have the fourth amendment in their constitution. This is to prevent unlawful searches and seizures, the authors of the NDAA please take note. You can't just go pick-up people who you don't like without some probable cause and then put the evidence for others to asses. Quislings take note, seizing anyone and holding them in detention, is called kidnapping and hostage taking, it is illegal. Oh, and if it is real serious the 5th Amendment applies, you need a grand jury. The sixth guarantees trial by jury, and a public trial.

Suppose you read the headline International Law Abiding Countries to disarm their military forces. The British tried that before World War 2. Wouldn't you say but what about the bad countries? Won't they attack the disarmed good countries? No, No, the good countries will just put gun free zone signs up at the borders!! Well why take away the deterrent from law abiding citizens? Huh? The second amendment is there to allow the good people to protect themselves from the bad people. This includes miscreant governments. Quislings please, back off violating the second amendment. Thank you.

Money, section 10 of the constitution mentions gold and silver as being the only tender for payment of debt.

Section. 10.No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.

Ah, hmm, so what are Federal Reserve notes? this note is legal tender for all debts, public and private Don't mention the 16th amendment.

Then if there were not enough proof of quislings within the government. Maybe the US has actually been invaded, or perhaps, Saddam had a large navel flotilla off the east coast? The constitution below with the foreign policy, do you think it might be stretching a point a tiny bit? Gulf of Tonkin ring any bells?

No State shall, without the Consent of Congress, lay any Duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay.

If you think about this too long, you would conclude that the government should give up it's military during peace, but the people keep their weapons. Now there's a novel concept. Does the TSA really have probable cause to search every passenger, intimately? Not to mention the case of the underwear bomber, that makes for some interesting questions to be asked.

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