By The People

There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,
contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance.
I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who
are not even aware of the dangers.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Monetary Policy: End The Federal Reserve!

There is no doubt in my mind that if we do not change the monetary policies of the United States soon, we will be reduced to a poor nation with its people enslaved to the banking cartels of the world.

I have posted links to The Money Masters and related videos for over a year. People have been listening, but they have also been listening to the spin that returning to a "gold standard" would jeopardize our monetary system, because those that own large gold reserves would flood the market and make gold "worthless." In all of the recorded history of this planet, there has never been precedence for that to be true. Gold like all precious metals has always retained its value as a reliable currency throughout history. The only reason that the value of gold changes is because the value of the money changes. Gold is still a valuable commodity and will always be.

Now we must return to that system if we are to remove the debts from our nation once and for all. It is and always was the banking industry that caused the greatest economic crises on the planet. Either by lending money they don't have (fractional reserve lending) or by squeezing the borrower to the point of bankruptcy with high interest rates and improbable terms of lending.

Returning to an asset-backed monetary system will stabilize our dollar, regardless of the rest of the world. Being able to compete and play fair in a global economy must begin with a stable currency and economic climate here at home. Our nation's monetary system is the responsibility of Congress as was stated in the U.S. Constitution. But in 1914, against the warnings of those founders who foresaw what private banks can and will do to a nation's currency, decided to outsource the printing and valuation of America's money to private banks. And to foreign banks at that! Bank of England, Bank of France, and Deutsche Bank of Germany own the Fed, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund. Sure there are other "investors" who bought stock in those banking corporations, and many who were already quite wealthy, made even more off the backs of third-world nations who were unable to pay those loans, and whose natural resources became the property of the banks.

How long do you think we in America have? If we cannot end the Federal Reserve within this coming year (2011) then we surely will have a new currency by 2012.

Can you say, "Amero?"

The new North American Union will swallow the US and replace its Constitution and monetary system with International Laws and the AMERO! We are facing the last of the great experiment in freedom, and soon will be slaves to the world banks.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Shots Across the Bow

The results of last night's election sends a message to Congress and the White House. It was not the defeat of the sitting President and his Democratic coalition, but it does signal the people want change, and not the change that Obama and Congress has been about.

The first thing that I noticed was that there are a few races that were disappointing (to me) because I felt that the public bought the spin and voted out of fear. I would be more fearful of allowing the status quo to remain. There has been so much dangerous legislation passed by the Democrats in Congress. With the House control moving to a Republican majority, it will only mean that we (the People) will have an opportunity, but only if the newly elected representatives will live up to their promises and stick by the Constitution.

There was a noticeable sway back toward the incumbents in several races, which as I saw it, was instigated by lies leaked into the mainstream media for general public consumption. One local ad said that Art Robinson, the independent challenger to an otherwise uncontested Congressional seat long occupied by Democrat, Peter DeFazio, was supported by "big bucks" from Wall Street. Another claimed that DeFazio voted against bailouts for the banks and Wall Street. The former ad neglected to mention the fact that the financing received from "Corporate backers" were for R&D projects by Dr. Robinson, a professor and scientist, who relies on that type of funding for his work, not for his election campaign. The latter ad fails to mention the fact that DeFazio voted for the health care bill and also the food safety bill, both of which are not only unconstitutional laws, but will cost all working Americans plenty over the next few years.

The failure of measures in California and Oregon to pass Marijuana legislation only shows the ignorance of the general public and they will still be paying to incarcerate pot smokers, and billions in the law enforcement costs to keep marijuana a controlled substance. The fact that hemp has so many uses including food and fuel makes me wonder if our government is really serious about energy independence.