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This Has Been Going On For Two Centuries

Everything that is currently wrong with the economy is the result of a privatized interest-based monetary system.

Return the monetary system to the public domain where Andrew Jackson left it almost 200 years ago and eliminate lending at interest and this metastatic carcinoma in our economy will gradually become a thing of the past.

Please, read and learn about how money is supposed to work and how the current system was thoroughly corrupted long before G.W. was installed.

Both Abraham Lincoln and JFK tried to wrest control of the monetary system from private interests before they were assassinated. Coincidence? Read the facts and draw your own conclusions.

How much longer do you think we the people or the world can survive this increasingly ruthless ravaging?


At Sunday, November 20, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The working poor getting pooooorer!

I am a hard working single mother of two smart health daughters. It is a fact that my children in the school they attend are consider "poor trash" I dont have the money to spend on clothes, $100 shoes and other high cost items that children feel they are owed in life! I have worked a full time job since I was 17 years old and I am 34 now. I can not finish my college because I make to much MONEY! 30,000 a year is TOO MUCH! I can not get help to pay my shut off notice and have not had gas for three weeks because I can not pay the bill, I make too much money to get help. More than likely my children and I will be having Hamburger Helper for Thanksgiving this year because again I make too much MONEY to get help with FOOD! I have NEVER been on Unemployment, Welfare or other State funded program. My father served in the Vietnam War and I heard that there might be programs that will help me out that wont say I MAKE TOO MUCH MONEY. I am great need of help this Holiday season and will to work additional hours or make any sacrifice so my children are warm meal and presents under the tree. If anyone can provide me any information you can email me at teri.ziegler@aol.com.

At Sunday, November 20, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...

The email address you posted has a fatal error.

The message I sent was undeliverable.

At Sunday, November 20, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...

Dear Anonymous,

Since I could not reach you at your email, I will post my reply here.

It pains me to see you so distressed. These are difficult times for Americans thanks to our nation’s corrupt debt-based monetary system.

For the moment, while this system is still in place, I cannot tell you where to go to get MONETARY assistance, since for the most part MONEY is controlled by selfish greed that cares for neither you nor me.

But, I can offer you something more valuable: advice that will help you and your daughters live richly with only the basic necessities.

Your life, your love, and your labor is your wealth; not money or toys or turkeys or trees.

This is common knowledge, you say. Money is not everything. But, actions speak louder than words.

When you spend all your time and labor gathering the money to buy the toys and the turkey because you think that your daughters would be happier with them, you are really acting on your own beliefs.

That you are willing to exchange your time (your life) and your labor for these things says that they are equal in your eyes. And your daughters learn and live accordingly.

If you learn how to love your life, your love, and your labor, it will be a whole lot more convincing to your daughters when you tell them that they should do the same--love themselves, each other, and you--no matter what toys you give them.

If we all did the same in our families and applied the same rules to our neighbors and our friends, then our network of care and support will grow.

If we put our trust in ourselves and our neighbors we will never need that which has betrayed us.

Our money is corrupted, diluted, almost worthless. Realize that and you will learn not to give up your real wealth to chase it.

May you have a happy, healthy and peaceful holiday season. You and your daughters are in my prayers.

At Thursday, December 01, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that our monetary system is haywire. The increasing gap between the wealthy and the poor is probably the largest problem we are facing as a nation, and as a planet. However, I find it a little off-putting when perfectly valid arguments for changing the way we value money and wealth are equated with conspiracy theories such as this.

I agree that there is a problem with wealth in our country not being based on anything concrete. However, to say that we are in constant debt to the Federal Reserve Bank is completely misunderstanding the way it works. There is no perpetual debt to the Federal Reserve. Since 1947, after dividends have been paid to the shareholder banks, the remaining interest is rebated back to the Treasury.

Furthermore, I have read the text of Executive orders 10289 and 11110. Nowhere in these orders was Kennedy trying to subvert the Federal Reserve System. 11110 actually transfers the power to issue silver currency to the Treasury department. In 1963, Kennedy actually signed a law that allowed the silver currency to be replaced by small-denomination Federal Reserve notes. If he was trying to curb the power of the Federal Reserve, why would he have signed such legislation?

Basically, I agree that things are going on behind the scenes that we don't know about. The accumulation of Capital, and the artificial way in which money is valued are problems. I enjoyed reading about the social credit idea. It sounds great. But, people will tune out these arguments if a conspiracy of international banking is attached to it.


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