In GOD we TRUST - all others pay cash
I don't know anyone who hasn't heard the phrase before. Indeed, everyone seems to live by it. But, have you ever considered what it means?
More often than not, people invest with money; the stock market does not accept bread or building material or rice (remember, In God we trust, all others pay cash);
People who do not have access to money (e.g., farmers, bakers, carpenters) must work in order to acquire money to invest elsewhere.
Now, they will not work unless they get paid money. They too do not accept bread or building materials or rice (again, In God we trust, all others pay cash).
Apparently, it's not GOD we TRUST - but the CASH!
But, WHY do we trust the CASH?
Do we know:
- what exactly 'money' is?
- who controls it?
- and, how it is issued?
So, tell me again, why do we trust the CASH?
Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce. --President James A. GarfieldAs I (and many others) have already demonstrated, an interest-based, fractional reserve monetary system is mathematically impossible to sustain—making it completely without redemption.
As long as our money is treated by private bankers as a commodity leveraged to enrich themselves, rather than a tool to benefit the public as it is supposed to be, all the prudent investing and economic efficiency in the world will not avail us.
To rid ourselves of our misery we must abandon our blind trust in a corrupt, private, interest-based monetary system and restore our trust to where it belongs--in GOD and eachother, as EQUALS.