The Four Money Questions Update 12/16/2011Posted: September 16, 2011 | |
Now, the world gets down to a real game of hardball. We are seeing the contrast between what real money can do, and all of the things that fiat currency can’t do. People say it works like money, so it must be money. In reality, it doesn’t work like money. Fiat currency, specifically Federal Reserve notes, are borrowed into circulation. The interest on the transaction guarantees that the debt can never be repaid and retired. Adding insult to injury, the Federal corporation exchanges U. S. Treasury bonds for the currency. Those also must be paid at interest, by the taxpayers. U. S. citizens consent to the Federal corporation to write bad checks, in their name. In the days of real money, before 1964, the current monetary practice would have been fraud. It still is, but as shareholders in the Federal corporation, U. S. citizens are all participating in the same crime. This brings us back to square one. When the just reward for their deeds is meted out, U. S. citizens will have earned every bit of the poverty that they paid for.
The world is coming down to crunch time. It is not a matter of opinion. Choice of money is choice of law. If people say that Federal Reserve notes, fiat currency is money, they have chosen a false and unjust system of weights and measures. They will stay in Babylon. They will partake of her sins, and they will receive of her plagues. The rich men of the earth will drink of the cup of her fornication. In one day, this system will fall, and great will be the anguish of torment.