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Trading LAND for THIN AIR

There are two types of crooks in this world. Two-bit robbers who steal property by brute force or crass fraud and robber barrons, sophisticated swindlers who use the LAW and public opinion to convince their victims that handing over their hard earned property is in their best interest.

If the former gets caught they get jail time. Yet for centuries, the latter have used fractional reserve banking, interest, and intellectual property to arrogate to themselves other people's wealth. And if approached to contribute their share in the cost of government they scream bloody socialism and invoke the fifth amendment.

For example, in 2005, BUSH and his minions SHOVELED over $380 billion in interest to Treasury bondholders for LENDING us money that they create from THIN AIR.

No matter that it's an unjustified fraud on the people, instead of taxing these swindlers to pay their share of the cost of government, Bush and gang proceed to 'raise funds' by tapping into the wealth of average people who don't have the means to understand, let alone to prevent, this colossal fraud.
The Bush administration Friday laid out plans to sell off more than $1 billion in public land during the next decade, including 85,000 acres of National Forest property in California.

Most of the proceeds would help pay for rural schools and roads, making up for a federal subsidy that has been eliminated from President Bush's 2007 budget.
And from WHERE are 'buyers' getting the money to buy all OUR land? THIN AIR, of course!!! They create credit from thin air, promise to pay another swindler in the good old boys club and back it up with REAL assets - OUR property!

Fair trade? HELL NO!
Congress must approve the sales, which several experts said would amount to the largest sale of its kind since President Theodore Roosevelt established the U.S. Forest Service in 1905 and created the modern national forest system.

"This is a fire sale of public lands. It is utterly unprecedented," said Char Miller, professor of environmental history at Trinity University in San Antonio. . .

"Education of rural school children, that's an investment in the nation's future as important as any other investment we could make. That purpose justifies the approach we're proposing." [Under Secretary Mark Rey]
A classic example of how to convince people that handing over their property to thieves and swindlers is in their best interest. But, where are the 'funds' REALLY going?
The U.S. Forest Service has earmarked more than 300,000 acres for sale in 32 states . . . with the funds to go directly to the general treasury.
They plan on spending the money to pay for the administration's imperial escapades in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Iran, to name but a few. Or they'll use it to pay for the mushrooming INTEREST on the national deficit, or on anything BUT the needs advanced to justify the sale to begin with!

We're being HAD! They're trading our LAND for THIN AIR!

Do you think it's right? Do you think it's fair?

Do you want your children begging for crumbs from the children of the same people who swindled all our wealth from us through fractional reserve banking and interest? Then DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!

4 Comments:

At Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Blogger jomama said...

They're running out of money for their adventures.

Soon everything they have will be up for sale.

Then they'll go broke.

 
At Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Our entire country is already mortgaged, including ours and our great, great grandchildrens' futures.

They've been "broke" for a very, very long time now.

 
At Saturday, February 18, 2006, Blogger annwho2 said...

What's that quote about the last thing any government does is rob its own citizens...how does that go again? Yes, War mongering, invading and occupation is very expensive. Today Reuters is saying that the government is going to use money from its retirement system. That's funny because they have been spending ours (SS) for a long time. Now Iguess they are going to dip into their own. You see, when the great depression starts, all debt won't matter. When the government goes bankrupt.......(is this a planned event?) it won't be paid back. Only the new, rich owners will survive.

 
At Saturday, February 18, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

I believe it's "the last official act of a corrupt government is to loot the nation." See AmericanMan's comment at Indymedia.org.

And, dip into what? They don't have anything! They just create money from thin air which dilutes all the money that we have in our hands. It's as simple as that.

Everytime a credit union or bank creates money from thin air (especially when it funds non-productive activities like consumerism), not only do they appopriate real assets with that pseudomoney, but they dilute the value of every one else's dollars.

 

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