By Anna Von Reitz
Democrat or Republican? The Closet Communists eat you alive, or the Robber Baron Corporatists eat you alive. You still get eaten alive, so, tell me--- why should the choice of cannibal matter to you?
From my point of view, and for about 70% of other Americans, too, there is no actual choice to be made, so why bother? One blood-sucking leech is as good as another.
More and more Americans have figured that out, which accounts for the plunge in actual poll numbers, and the need to import illegal voters, dead voters, and phantom digital voters to take up the slack.
The majority of Americans have ceased participating in their own demise, which is encouraging, but not sufficient.
We have to do our own actual Public Elections, field our own candidates, and take action in our own jurisdiction to finish filling all our public offices. The Recorded Electors have every right to upstage the Registered Voters, and should be looking forward to it.
This is how we give ourselves choices that are choices.
It's the same way with the money and the boiling ball of snakes now arguing over the gold versus commercial paper debate.
There's no actual choice in their paradigm. Joe Q. Public loses either way.
Lawful money is arguably better because it has value in and of itself, but that value has been inflated and distorted to the point where we are all in La-La-Land.
Gold traded for around $30 an ounce in 1930. It is now trading for almost $2000 an ounce. This reflects both the evil effects of abusive Legal Tender Laws, and the reason that it is impossible to recoup the losses. The combined impact of inflation and usury means that instead of the "US National Debt" being around $25 Trillion, it is actually closer to $8,750 Trillion.
That $8,750 Trillion is owed, primarily, to Americans.
Continuing to use fiat currencies of any kind, including Bitcoin and other digital currencies, only sinks us deeper into the unregulated commercial paper insanity.
And I do mean "insanity" quite literally. Ask yourselves --- how it is possible for a piece of paper to be worth $500 Trillion (or more) "dollars", except that the "dollar" being referenced isn't worth anything to begin with?
Perhaps it would be instructive for me to bring forward historical examples of currency issued during the Weimar Republic?
Or to quote Jethro Beaudine, "Naught into naught is naught...."
In 1934 the Emergency Banking Act established a "dollar for dollar" Exchange Rate ---- one paper "dollar" Federal Reserve Note in exchange for one silver dollar. So, the Perpetrators were able to exchange their I.O.U.'s for our silver and what we received in return was their debt. The same scheme has been carried on with a few additions and changes ever since: we give them goods and services, they give us their I.O.U.s.
Does this seem equitable to you?
Especially when they periodically go bankrupt, name us as their Secondaries and Co-Signers, and leave us to pay their debts on top of it?
So, first you are given an I.O.U. in exchange for actual goods and services by these Freeloaders, and to add insult to injury, you are then also stuck paying their I.O.U. for them.
This is what we mean by "debt slavery".
Recently, we've moved to put an end to this system of things, and have claimed ownership of all their debt and all their assets, too. The whole smoking pile. And all our purloined gold and silver, also.
The actual spot price of gold as of this morning is $1,888.24 and the price of silver is $27.66.
As our American Silver Dollar is defined as one ounce of .9999 pure silver, this gives us a handy estimate of the damage done by inflation to the US DOLLAR since 1934. It now takes almost 28 paper "dollars" to buy one Silver Dollar, starting from a one-to-one exchange rate in 1934--- and this is in a market where the value of silver is grossly manipulated.
If silver were allowed to reach its known historical parity with gold, its price would be $1264.96 per ounce this morning. Our half billion American Silver Dollars still in circulation and those we may mint and put into circulation in the future look a lot less silly and old fashioned when viewed against this backdrop.
We, the Luddites, are fully vindicated.
However, we are faced with the reality that the debt on one side of the equation is insurmountable to the same extent that the credit on the other side of the equation is also insurmountable. Either way you totter the teeter results in economic death.
This goes back to my early observation that money is like fertilizer.
Literally like manure.
Too little and the economy starves for fuel. Too much and it burns up.
So the trick, as any farmer knows, is to apply the right kind of fertilizer in the right amounts, as demanded by each kind of ground and each kind of crop.
You use chicken manure and corn cobs for rhubarb, fish for corn, and cow patties for wheat. And it's the same way with money.
It's not a simple "coinage is good and credit is bad" reduction. Credit, especially pre-paid credit, judiciously applied, can be an excellent substitute for actual commodity-backed money --- especially when it is used to wipe away oceans of debt.
As we go forward the only reset that we should be highly interested in, is the gradual "offset" of debt for pre-paid credit, resulting in a clean slate and a firm foundation to build upon.
Any other plan, such as the "RV" that the military has envisioned, will result in worldwide economic death and the destruction of their own hegemony with it.
Let's face it. Hiram (Ulysses S.) Grant was no economic genius and none of his successors have been, either. The responsibility for the money was placed upon the Fiduciary Deputies of our land jurisdiction Congress, and that is where it should have --and could have-- always remained.
It is time to restore our government and put things in their proper place, with the correct people in charge, and the right Congress in office.