Are you looking for Solutions for America in Distress
Saturday, July 2, 2016
by Anna Von Reitz
Everyone who knows anything about me knows that I don't believe in money. I consider all the present systems of currency and exchange that exist to be fundamentally flawed, dishonest, subject to manipulation, idolatry, and fraud. Okay? It makes no sense to pass around I.O.U.s and pretend that they are "money" and it makes no sense, either, to choose one, two, or three commodities like gold, silver, and platinum and pretend that they somehow represent all other commodities including labor. Both systems are bonkers and it is only a matter of choosing between two forms of insanity until everyone throughout the world wakes up, looks at this, and like me says---- WTF???
Meantime, we are stuck with needing some means to exchange goods and services on a national as well as international level. You have the fiat currencies and the banking cartels and governments that support those v. the commodity-backed currencies and the banking cartels and governments that support those, and for various reasons, the line between wavers back and forth. Joe Average and Mom and Pop are stuck in the middle, wondering what to think and where to go.
I will be honest with everyone. I reviewed the Karatbars program back in 2011 and decided against it. I don't like Multi-Level Marketing schemes to begin with, and the entire Karatbars "niche" was obviously to repackage gold in small, known, trade-ready quantities suitable for making daily purchases---with the repackaging adding between 30-36% to the overall cost of the gold product being advertised. Why not just buy coins of various denominations and sock them away somewhere for a rainy day?
by Anna Von Reitz
It always comes as a surprise for people to discover that I am a Christian. How, they ask, can someone like you--- a scientist, a jurist---clearly an analytical thinker and skeptic from Day One, believe this clap-trap? How can someone who has so easily (at least so it appears to them) torn apart the history of the United States and seen through the illusions of money, continue to cling to anything so outmoded?
To me, the best argument generally in favor of believing The Bible, is that its prophecies come true. The proof is in the pudding. There are by my count anyway, 648 prophecies in the Bible, and all but a few have come true. We are right now seeing and experiencing another one of these prophecies coming true before our eyes and even participating in it--- God’s promise to break our contracts with the dead.
Read Isaiah 27 and 28. Isaiah is one of the oldest Books of Prophecy, dating from the reign of King Uzziah. Here Isaiah speaks of Our Creator’s promise to break our contracts with the dead.....what could that possibly mean? Many generations of people have wondered about this mystery. How can anyone have a contract with the dead? The dead are dead. They can’t do business or keep promises, buy or sell---so what is this crazy prophet talking about?