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cattle and sheep CONSUME what they're FED...

...people are supposed to ask QUESTIONS; and
discern GOOD from BAD,


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A comment to Media Monster eats Dems, reads:

"[T]he various talking-heads . . . have, what, 90 seconds tops to defend their position/issue?

there isn't a political issue on this planet that doesn't deserve more time.

the "winner" pundit is the one who delivers the most loathsome attack or digestible sound-byte.

[T]his is public opinion, people.

[T]ake the war in iraq: what have opponents of the war been saying since 2003?

now, this year, the mainstream media doesn't slam the war, but merely PRESENTS THE POSSIBILITY of an opposing viewpoint.

boom, support's at its lowest ever.

people aren't stupid, necessarily, they just eat what they're fed. most don't try to feed themselves.

[W]ho can blame them, really? we're all working more for less these days. who has the time/energy? not middle america.

Why not call it LIKE IT IS: we are slaves!!!

Almost every last one of us, to one degree or another, is beholden to that which gives us CASH; unless of course, you're a moneylender--not the broker or the agent--but the lender him or herself.

Then you run the show!

Money is easy for you.

You sit back and let 'your money make money!'

What a novel idea! Too bad it's a lie.

What's really happening is that we, the borrowers, are doing ALL the work, while our trust in the monetary system has us believing that everyone is getting their fair share.

Simply, NOT true.

Do you want an alternate spin on what's happening around us?

Do you want to push the envelope?

Do you dare to challenge the assumption upon which OUR ENTIRE CIVILIZATION IS BUILT?

It's easy. Examine our monetary system, with your own eyes, not a pundit's, or a talking head's.

And, when you're finished, let's talk about solutions.

Because, there are solutions (PDF).

We just have to stop slavishly eating what we're FED, consider its consequences on our economy, and think creatively to find solutions.

Where there's a WILL, there's a WAY.


At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great blog! You do a fine job of breaking the concepts down into plain english.

On a legal side.. have you looked into how the laws have changed especially since the 1933 bankruptcy act? (http://www.freedomdomain.com/bankrupt.html)?

A very interesting article relating Statutory Jurisdication with our unconstitutional money supply:

(This page has a misleading statement like no law before 1938 can be referenced, which I gather is untrue)

Im not a lawyer, but since reading about the Fed I have learnt a lot more about Common law and the Constitution as it applies to our sovereign (constitutional) identity as opposed to our federal identity which is created when we undertake government 'benefits' like using FRNs and signing up for Social Security or a drivers license. I gather its these federal Statutory Jurisdiction laws which are used to enforce non-constitutional laws like paying income taxes to the IRS and paying fines for not wearing a seatbelt for instance. Since the Federal Gov't has effectively been 'bankrupt', these laws are incorporated with the Uniform Commerce Code to bind us to contracts with the Gov't without our consent.
Im new to all this and it hard to follow, but interesting nonetheless.
A great discussion of US history, it laws and how it pertains to our money is here if you are interested: (http://goldismoney.info/forums/t18618-p-us-government-historical-outline.html)

I know of someone right now who is going to use their Constitutional soveriegn identity to fight the IRS.

I wonder what your thoughts are on all this?

At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully these will work as proper links!
I accidently pasted the first link twice above, below is the proper second link.

1933 bankruptcy



At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok here is the 3rd link, sorry about that!

At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually this link is strongly recommended regarding US Federal (corporate) identity as opposed to sovereign identity w.o. getting confused by the other info I posted:
US DC Corporation History

sorry for hijacking the blog thread.

At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Blogger Frederick said...

Nice title.

At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...

Hey Anonymous!

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

I agree that each human being has a sovereign identity and the US Constitution with its Bill of Rights was a valiant attempt by the founders of this nation to protect that identity from the potential (and now real) tyranny of a large and remote government.

IMHO however, the attempt by the drafters failed. The biggest problem with the Constitution is that it does not make clear how differences in its interpretation are to be handled. They could not have possibly meant to give an appointed few the last word on an entire nation.

Second, it does not adequately address the threat posed by a powerful, consolidated media.

Finally, it incorporates the copyright and patent clause which has to be the next biggest scourge on the American economy after our privatized interest-based monetary system.

That said, the federal government was established by the Constitution and I have to agree with Andrew Jackson that there is nothing inherently bad about a federal government. It can be useful in coordinating among the states for the benefit of all.

However, the fact that it's centralized and controls the money supply makes it convenient to manipulate with the aim of abusing the entire nation (the media then makes manipulation a cinch).

That's what happened shortly after the Constitution was ratified with the chartering of the first private national bank. Of course, the Supreme Court sealed the nation’s fate with McCulloch v. Maryland, and other faithful decisions thereafter.

The sad truth is that private banking, interest on money loaned, and intellectual property have been consolidating wealth in the United States since the nation's inception.

It's only recently that the rate has accelerated to an astronomical pace and has rendered us poor and defenseless.

On fighting the IRS in court, my sense is those efforts might appear productive, but the prospect of success is tenuous at best.

Our best shot is to focus on educating the masses.

A grass roots effort to awaken the sleeping giant--a working class and poor America--is our only chance.

BTW, my thoughts on gold is that it's easier to hoard, and more convenient for the money masters to control. It would be little improvement on what we have now.

Remember that wholesome money is nothing but a standard of measurement.

I encourage you to read my post debunking the myth of interest-bearing loans.

Thanks a lot for stopping by!


Hey, Fred! Thanks!

At Thursday, December 15, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the reply. I agree with you about gold. There is evidence that its price is being controlled, no doubt. A colonial script/social credit solution does sound ideal...if you can trust those in control of printing the money. Im new to your blog so I will read some more about it.

I also hear you about the Constitution (and Bill of Rights), even if it is a perfect document we can go all the way back to the Sedition Act (1789?) to see that these rights were repealed by the fledgling Founding Fathers to quell civil unrest by the poor and 'midling' classes. (As Benjamin Franklin has said, the American Revolution was inspired by the English Cromwellian Revolution ..which essentially was an economic revolution between wealthy merchants and wealthy royalists).

Still its fascinating for me to understand the difference between our Federal (Corporate) entity and our Sovereign one. Its seems like our country's debt obligations are indeed tied to this Corporate entity.

It would be good to see unity across the gold+silver as well as Social Credit communities to raise awareness of the issues of the present system.


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