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America's ONLY Chance

An Act to save this country from certain disaster . . .
An Act to restore the Constitutional power to create Money to the Congress of the United States
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
This Act may be cited as the American Monetary Act

The Congress finds that –
  1. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 effectively ceded the sovereign power to create Money delegated to Congress by the Constitution to the private financial industry.

  2. This cession of Constitutional power has resulted in a multitude of monetary and financial afflictions, including an uncontrollable national debt, excessive taxation of citizens, inflation of the currency, drastic increases in the cost of public infrastructure investments, excessive un- and under-employment, and erosion of the ability of Congress to exercise its Constitutional responsibilities to provide for the common defense and general welfare.

  3. The issue of means of exchange by private financial institutions as interest-bearing debts should cease once and for all.

* * *

Not later than 90 days from the effective date of this section, the Secretary shall report to Congress on opportunities to utilize direct funding by the Government to modernize, improve, and upgrade the physical economy of the United States in such areas as transportation, agriculture, water usage and availability, sewage systems, medical care, education, and other infrastructure systems, to promote the general welfare. This will be done with substantial intrinsic ecological sustainability and quality of life considerations. In particular to promote throughout the U.S. a harmonious and balanced development of economic activities, sustainable and non-inflationary growth respecting the environment, a high level of employment and of social protection, the raising of the standard of living and quality of life, and economic and social cohesion.
The Act is now open for public comment.

Please, pass it on to everyone you know. Returning our money supply to the American public is our only ticket back to prosperity.


At Saturday, March 25, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So qrswave, u think the topmost oligarchs worry? For oligarchs know they have overwhelming force still. Things within historic cycle have to degenerate further, I'm afraid, nothing much happening without pain of disaster as motivation-stimulation.

Topmost oligarchs like the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR--see JBS.org) killed Kennedy, were behind OKC bombing, and 9-11.

What's got to happen is akin to a religious movement among the people. Christians have to realize what their religion is really all about: ANTISEMITISM.

Thus general cultural, hence religious, rationalization will bring this antisemitism.

It's the elders and "Judeo-Christians" who must be most affected, presently still so loyal to their imperialist, oligarchal masters

It's still got to get a little worse yet. Thanks for all ur efforts. Thor

At Saturday, March 25, 2006, Blogger Citisucks said...

Sounds great. The only problem is that we have "two" parties in power both controlled by rich corporate terrorists. It will be a great act though after the revolution occurs and people finally wake up.

At Tuesday, April 18, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

citisucks, people must wakeup FIRST, then comes revolution.


Thor, though I disagree with you on some things, you're right that it must get worse before it gets better.

At Thursday, May 04, 2006, Blogger jomama said...

Nationalize the currency? It already is...when it was first issued and then slowly debased. You think taking it out of the hands of one set of people cowtowing to bummint and biz and shuffling the deck chairs will change anything?


The New World's Reserve currency is on it's way to reality.


Then the worthless paper issued by all bummints will be worth less than toilet paper.

Better get yours before it hits $2000/Oz and really takes off.

Silver's an even better bet.

At Thursday, May 04, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

The only difference between gold and fiat bills is that you have to dig for gold and it glitters.

You can't eat, drink, or sleep under either.

At Sunday, May 14, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you believe it's enough gold availiable to withhold the Nations economy... NO, so I do agree that total restructure and the removal of banking sharletons will happen. I agree with you all. It will happen when are backs are against the wall for basic nesesity, like food,water and electricity, or another recession like what's to come in this new Civil War.

At Monday, October 13, 2008, Blogger Marty said...

This may not be fast but it is one way of starting towards a base metal monetary system:

Here is the supporting paper to this idea.

Federal Reserver reation: 'So be it'
By John Stromnes of the Missoulian
Following this sidebar article is NORFED's reply to
the Federal Reserve's question, "What's Broke?"
According to orthodox economic theory widely accepted in government and by academic economists
since the 1930s, precious metals are not needed to assure the viability of a nation's currency
The nation's central bank did not appear worried last week when informed that it now has competition
from NORFED's new silver-backed currency, the American Liberty.
"The way I would respond to NORFED is this: The economy is incredibly productive. There's low
inflation. The unemployment rate is the lowest in 30 years. What's broke?" said Art Rolnick, director of
research for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. It is part of the nation's quasi-public, quasiprivate
central banking system authorized by Congress in 1913.
According to orthodox economic theory widely accepted in government and by academic economists
since the 1930s, precious metals are not needed to assure the viability of a nation's currency. The
United States government maintains confidence in the currency by putting "full faith and credit" of the
government behind it. If the government is politically stable, spends within its means, has a productive
economic system, and is not overly threatened by foreign invasion or other international threats, the
government-backed (rather than precious-metal-backed) currency remains stable as a store of value.
The currency "floats" in comparison to other currencies, its value changing through the estimation of
lenders who buy the bonds that back up the government's money.
The United States has been off the gold standard for money domestically since 1933, and off the gold
standard internationally since 1971. Regulating the money supply, and thereby interest rates, is
entrusted by Congress to the Federal Reserve Banks.
The Fed is a quasi-public, but essentially private, institution of member banks, to which Congress has
delegated the sensitive political task of regulating the amount of money in circulation. Central bank
proponents believe that this arrangement insulates the technical economic task of ensuring a stable
currency from the vagaries and volatility of day-to-day, year-to-year politics or, for that matter, the
supply or scarcity of precious metals such as gold or silver that are held in safekeeping to assure the
worth of metal-backed currencies such as the NORFED American Liberty dollar.
But critics do have a point when claiming that such delegation is questionable in the American system
of government, according to at least one scholar.
"What is distressing about the Federal Reserve is you have a private group of bankers that control
whether interest rates go up and down. They (Fed members) are private citizens, yet they wield the
power of government. So you can certainly make the argument that this is an improper delegation of
government power to private citizens," said Larry Elison, law professor emeritus at the University of
But he hastens to add: "But it's not going to do you any good, to make the argument, because the
system has been in place too long."
One of the earliest decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court upholding federal power over the states,
McCullouch vs. Maryland, dealt directly with the issue of congressional authority to form a central
bank. The high court decided in 1819 that Congress could establish such a national bank, exempt from
the taxation of the state of Maryland, because the "power to tax is the power to destroy." Other cases
through the years have entrenched this interpretation of the Constitution.
"The Supreme Court is not going to touch those cases (that might challenge McCullouch vs. Maryland)
because they are fixed in the law," he said.
McCullouch gave Congress supreme authority to regulate many economic questions, he said.
"Not only does the federal government have the authority to do a specific thing, but it has the implied
powers to do everything necessary to implement" that congressionally mandated federal policy, he said.
The Federal Reserve economist and historian Rolnick agreed.
"These (NORFED) guys are right when they say there is nothing in the Constitution explicitly allowing
a national bank. But the Constitution gives Congress the authority to regulate money and the value
thereof, and courts have upheld Congress' implied powers," Rolnick said.
Naturally, Congress can undue what it has done - it can repeal the Federal Reserve Act and the Internal
Revenue Code if it so chooses. Congress, after all, is the elected voice of the people in America's
representative democracy. But people have to vote - with their votes and their money.
"If these (NORFED) people want to issue their own money, so be it. It will be interesting to see what
the public thinks," Rolnick said.
In a recent article in the Missoulian, Mr. Art Rolnick, the director of research for the Federal Reserve
Bank of Minneapolis points out that "The economy is incredibly productive. There’s low inflation. The
unemployment rate is the lowest in 30 years." And concludes with an interesting question, "What’s
Well, Mr. Rolnick, NORFED, hundreds of Liberty Associates, and thousands of users of the New
American Dollar wish to point out that the Federal Reserve (F*R*) broke God’s Law and the U S
Constitution. Please consider these points:
1 . LAW
Lying for a profit is breaking the Law. It is codified as fraud in all other industries except for Banking,
where it is legalized as "orthodox economics". F*R* operates under false pretenses and has from its
very conception. Even its name was chosen to deceive a gullible and miss-educated people. The F*R*
is a lie and a fraud on the American people.
The F*R* lies when it says it fights inflation. The F*R* is a classic example of the Hegelian Process.
The only cause for inflation is their manipulation of the country’s money. If F*R* didn’t create the
problem, there wouldn’t be a problem. The common man can and does manage its affairs in a free
The F*R*Notes don’t even provide a reliable store of value – one of the most essential services of any
money. Since 1913 when the F*R* was legalized by Congress, the US dollar has lost 98% of its
valued. The 1913 dollar is now only worth two cents. That 98% was stolen. And stealing, regardless of
its size, is breaking the law.
It was unconstitutional for the government to break their obligation to the people and legalize the
fraudulent banking empire in return for a limitless supply of money to fund its own anti-people agenda.
It is immoral for the government to enslave the American people with perpetual debt.
The F*R* breaks the peace by finances the government’s wars while its own policies even leads to war.
The seed of breaking the peace is created when the F*R* issues fiat money. A currency based on value
i.e. gold and silver is a deterrent to war. Fiat currency acts just the opposite.
F*R* breaks the discipline of an absolute (physical) standard of value, and destroys the monetary
relationship to man’s value system. Gold brings order to the financial system just as guns bring order to
the social system. Without gold, there is no check and balance on the government, and its ability to buy
influence for its own unconstitutional agenda.
The most disastrous break occurs over time. Inflation from the fiat money steals the purchasing power
day after day, every day. And the only cause for this inflation, this thief, is the F*R*’s legal yet
immoral actions. Actions that are especially severe for elderly people who are defrauded of their
savings and die in poverty. Lying for a profit is breaking the Law.
The fatal consequences of fiat money are universal in history. Every time fait currency has been used, it
has lead to open lawlessness or tyranny. History is very clear and undeniable on this point, fiat
currency empowers the issuer at the cost of the common man’s freedom.
In an unholy alliance, the owners of the international banks have simply bought control of the US
Government with a limitless supply of "money" for limitless profits. Currently the F*R* and its
fractional reserve banking system is a legal yet immoral entity that is permitted to masquerade as a
government agency and operate fraudulently by the state. And yes, although all is well with the
economy today, it will not be tomorrow when the F*R* wrings out inflation and the American people
will have hell to pay. Yes Mr. Rolnick, it will be interesting to see what the public thinks.
NORFED prefers to Trust in God, and gold and history and support the common man’s eternal quest to
be free. While no currency truly backed by a precious metal has ever failed, fiat legal tender currency
has never succeed except at the cost of the common man. For those of you who conspire to enslave us
with perpetual debt, we ask you to consider these eight points very carefully and protect yourself with
some New American Dollars.
Thank you Mr. Rolrick for your remarks and the Federal Reserve’s reaction of "So be it."
"So be it", indeed Mr.Rolrick.

If you made it this far, then you may have the gumption to start a barter group in your area.

One town at a time, We Can Change Policy.

At Thursday, December 11, 2008, Blogger Frobozz said...

Hmm.. ok. First of all, it is touching that you have such faith in Congress and the government to correctly - or even competently or predictably - handle the nation's money supply politically. That is all I have to say about the article itself, but you might deduce my views from a few answers to other commenters:

qrswave: there is one more difference between gold money and paper "money" - since gold is expensive to obtain, it is not nearly so open to manipulation for political reasons; whether inflation/"credit expansion" in order to "stimulate the economy" or deflation in order to set commodities to some specially loved "price". Obviously, as a medium of exchange, it is not intended to be used directly as food, beverage, or shelter. (With all of that said, the sudden re-adoption of a gold standard can be immediately deflationary or inflationary IF the government tries to decide what the value of gold, per ounce, should be relative to current dollars.)

iyahno: Of course there is enough gold available, as long as you make no political assumptions about what an ounce of gold should correspond to. A relative scarcity of gold simply means that each ounce corresponds to a higher capital value; and relative abundance sets an ounce to a lower capital value. If you are afraid that there is not enough to make coins, be aware that you can back paper money fully in gold. If you want to trade in gold directly, you can simply trade in coins of predetermined purity, so that an ounce can correspond to many dollar coins.

This is all not to say that we must go to a gold standard, but if we must avoid it, let's at least have some kind of intelligent reasoning why not.


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