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.
One thing that fiat currency can do is identify motives and agendas in current events. We see who promotes the deception and who profits by it. We know where it comes from. We know who sells their birthright for a bowl of soup. People make a choice of law in everything they do, whether they are aware of the decision, or not. The most basic choice is choice of money. Since people have such short memories and refuse to learn the lessons of history, they will repeat history. The day is coming when we won’t know anyone, who knows anyone, that has a traditional job. There will be no pension, no guaranteed work week, no minimum wage. Everyone will slip through the cracks, into the ranks of the uncounted in the unemployment statistics. Then, people will understand the difference between fiat currency and real money.
With all of the funny business with the European banks, we have to wonder what is “ours”. The concepts of “our money” and “our bank” look pretty silly, right now. With the stories about the Federal Reserve bailing out the European banks, it’s the same thing as you going up and down Main St., handing out keys to your front door. Since most normal people never would fall into that kind of lunacy, there must be other influences at work. Let’s apply “The Four Money Questions” to today’s news.
“Where does the money come from?”
This question takes us all the way back to 1913, The Federal Reserve note comes out of imagination. The Bible says that God came out of nowhere, no place. That’s not where the Federal Reserve note comes from. If it did come out of nowhere, God would recognize it. All fiat currencies are condemned as abominations. They are emblems of rebellion. There is our answer. The Federal Reserve note comes out of rebellion. What is the end of rebellion? the end is described as a long list of bad things. Foolishness, madness, dismay, poverty, guilt, destruction, slavery, ……… the list goes on and on. We are watching the United States of America being invaded and spoils being taken of us. We are taking part in the Federal Reserve sins, and if we don’t sever ties with evil, we will receive of the Federal Reserve plagues. We can not be agents of the Mystery of Iniquity, and live. Two generations ago, people had a very clear understanding of dirty money. Does life have to come down to men carried off into bondage and women cooking and eating their children, again?
“Where does the money sit?”
This question brings in the really interesting answers. Without this question, we wouldn’t have any conspiracy theories. You could take the stories of who got paid off and what they are alleged to have done and write your own soap opera script. In fact, a lot of people do. Some of it is even true. It keeps us entertained and avoids boredom. Since we should only be interested in evidence, entered under oath and affirmation, by two or more witnesses, we’lol narrow our focus on this question. If one bank makes an announcement, a finance minister across the ocean says the same thing, and a national leader or two calls it good, we can be fairly certain that ios where the money is going. There is a necessary reminder for those with short memories. Before Don Pardo (remember him?) can tell you what you’ve won, do you remember that the GAO couldn’t trace TARP funds beyond the secondary recipients? As it turns out these days, where the money ends up is just as important as the people who payed it out to parties unknown. We can get the answers to this question. Because money carries moral consequences that rub off on everyone it touches, we can see where it’s been. Government money is different than the money that people do honest labor for. We see the difference everywhere we look.
“What does the money say?”
The money says a lot of strange things, these days. The money claims to speak with authority. The money is the voice of “the way it is”. The money says we have Czars, now. Strange. You can’t find Czars discussed in favorable terms anywhere in the publications of the Founding Era. We do find great volumes of discussion about Commerce. The point is made very clearly, that money is the voice that demands from one, compromises another, and intimidates everyone, in the same public use. Contrary to what the media teaches us, it isn’t private transaction that causes all of the trouble. When government is involved, whether by officeholder or corporate agent, the money says go there, and make war with those people.This is a fact of life, today. Color of Law and fiat currency combine to promote the biggest lies. We find ourselves bound by the dictates of fake money.
“Is it really money?”
This is the moral question in this investigation. Real money keeps people in a different world than we know today. You can’t print gold and silver. We have all seen the stories, handed down through the generations, about the evil done by men with real money. Thre fact is that real money in circulation keeps a society far more honest than anything we see today. The fiat currency societies that we have today are about as lawless as they can get. This is the biggest confrontation in human history. It went into battle when men began invented facsimiles and substitutes for gold and silver. In every case in history, currencies began dying, the moment the connection to gold and silver was severed. The Federal Reserve note is no different. There is the answer to this question. The fiat currencies are not really money. The Federal Reserve note has been at the forefront of corruption for so long, that people believe it is money. That is their delusion of choice and they defend it more than life itself. Reality will answer them and they won’t like it. On the first day that the banks don’t open and the cash registers don’t work, people will know that it wasn’t really money.
Update 08/04/2011 – With the aftermath of the debt ceiling debate running at full speed, “The Four Money Questions” brings out some interesting points and questions. When the alleged president steps to the podium, the theme to “The Twilight Zone” should be played, instead of “Hail To The Chief”.
“Where does the money come from?”.
The answer to this one would turn the economy upside down, if the truth ever escaped the control of the media. The common consensus is that the Federal Reserve currency “works”. That’s not true in all circumstances. The truth is that countries around the world are telling the United States that the currency is no good. They’re selling off U. S. Tresury bonds at a steady pace. The resulting inflation is just beginning. The Federal Reserve note depends on everyone believing the same lie. The economy is unraveling because there is no market for what Bernanke & Geittner, Agents Out of Law, are selling. People have to have confidence for a confidence game to work. Somebody call Joe Friday. I think he’s working Bunko Squad, this week.
“What does the money say?”
The record doesn’t allow the “money” room for any words of wisdom. A budget crisis is always a time when public officials and private institutions whistle past the graveyard, whenever a public statement must be made. Helicopter Ben can sit down to dinner with Nebuchadnezzar and they can read the handwriting on the wall, together. People can establish a “New Order” to make war with the Eternal Order. We will watch the foundations under the New Order crumble as the rich men of the Earth claw at air on their way down the sides of the Pit. Gold calls paper into judgment. That’s what the real money says.
“Where does the money sit?”.
This is the great question, this time around. There should be suits and ties made of orange jumpsuits. The people running the Federal Reserve Ponzi scheme belong in prison. In the end, the collaborators will be the fall guys in this Great Felony. The “money” ended up in the central banks’ coffers. U. S. citizens have to repay the debt TWICE, at interest. What a deal. The good old Bait-And-Switch and The Shell Game work nso much better in the digital age. Virtual shells and virtual peas are so easy to palm and pocket.
“Is it really money?”.
With the manipulations and misappropriations of the past few years, we now have enough evidence to answer this question, “No”. Real money wouldn’t allow the accounting discrepancies and perjury that covered the thefts. When the general public no longer believes the lie and pulls their deposits out of the Fed system, we will watch Hell come to breakfast. It will be the conflict between free will and voluntary bondage. The battlefield will move over the landscape of local media, flee from bankruptcy to anything that looks like a lifeboat, and then learn how to pray. i repeat myself. When this mess blows, it will be spectacular.
The Four Money Questions
If the world is becoming too Biblically negative for most people, it is because people and nations do Biblically negative things.
If the world can’t handle the truth, denying it won’t make anything, better. To paraphrase Benjamin Franklin;
“A nation that refuses the Wisdom of God shall be dominated by slave traders and thieves.”
If Congress and the people are serious about a General Accounting Office audit of the Federal Reserve, the examination must start at the beginning. Where is all of the gold and silver that is supposed to be the real wealth that underwrites the paper currency? Where is it, right now, at this moment? The art of the deal in this dark tale of history is the Bait-And-Switch. The gradual metamorphosis from “good as gold” to paper backed by government edict is gross malfeasance in office on the part of Congress and Felony Fraud on the part of the Federal Reserve. End fractional banking, the unchecked expansion of debt and the continuation of this assault in Commerce against America.
To this point, we have betrayed ourselves and our country. We have fought wars for the multi-national corporations. For 100 years, we have been drawn into the corporate consolidation of world Commerce. The agenda of Corporatism reaps the spoils of war, while the American people get the blame for it. This must end. This nation was not founded to pillage the rest of the world. We must assert our lawful, legal authority by correcting our Nationality, become Americans again, and withdraw our consent for the Federal corporation that enslaves us. For our education, we have the following websites. Live and learn. Pray and seek. Please, God. Help us in our national time of need.
“Is It Really Money?”
I remember an episode of the Twilight Zone in which mannequins each had a turn to come to life and live, out in the real world. That scenario is much like the appearance of fiat currency. It is monetized, by some strange alchemy, transformed from paper to money. It goes through it’s life cycle, not knowing it’s mortality. At the end of it’s run, it is drawn back to it’s source,to occupy it’s inanimate post, dead to the world.
The strange parallel is that, at some point, the mannequin forgets that it doesn’t belong in the real world. It acts, and is accepted as a real, flesh and blood, human being. In the case of the Federal Reserve note, U. S. citizens have married a blowup doll. Do they know that “she” leaks like a sieve?” What will it take to keep her “inflated”?
The Federal Reserve note is picking a fine time to leave us. Most of the silverware and jewelry have been stolen. The “court” has awarded her alimony and support. Her evil offspring, the Global currency, is about to trash the house. We must get out of that house. We have been crippled by repeated financial abuse. The full deception and financial irresponsibility of the United States is about to teach us the meaning of real money.
There are questions we must ask, and answers we must accept, if we are to recover our independence. A big question is:
When people crossed the country in covered wagons, did they consider themselves to be homeless?”
Please ponder that question. Most people can’t imagine anything outside their convenient lives. They can’t even be buried for free after living in a fiat world and economy. The day is coming when the probate system will extend the obligation of debt beyond the grave Paper should not have such power over people.
This is the difference between reality and fantasy. The outcomes and consequences are different. Reality doesn’t carry a haunting nightmare. The fantasy world id prowled by a relentless predator.
There is no freedom without independence. It is a very steep learning curve, retracing our steps back to being free inhabitants on the land. Perhaps going back and reading “Pilgrims Progress” again would be a good idea.
Like it or not, here it comes. After the disruptions of the past six months,the stage is set for severe fluctuations in both consumer goods and currency supply. The wrenching shocks in supply and demand have never been controlled in any fiat paper economy. The three questions that root out the answers that financial analysts tiptoe around will separate the smoke from the mirrors.
“Where does the money come from?”
Here, we find the fatal flaw in every managed economy. The emphasis is more on management than on creating real wealth. The paper numbers always look better than the actual production. Such a gambling mentality has been fostered by the manipulation of numbers that there is no recognition of a real economy. The illusion held in the minds of the public are so deeply ingrained that the economy is no longer measured in real production. It is all a statement in debt manipulation.
It remains to be seen, how long inflation can be hidden from real consumer experience. Re-inflating the housing bubble, funding public works projects and taking direct control of industries are only part of the problem. Eventually the lag in production will produce short term shortages. There will be all of that imaginary money trying to buy back ordered goods. The balance isn’t there.
The track record of taxation for the purpose of controlling inflation is a consistent account of incompetence. The results have never matched the intent. Even though the new administration tried to keep consumers optimistic with it’s stated taxation policies, people aren’t as gullible as they used to be. They know that higher business taxes will chase more manufacturing to foreign countries. The trade imbalance and resulting indebtedness will take the economy down, further. Where are the jobs to support this proposed financial fairy tale?
The fact is that higher taxes will be paid by people who can be held still long enough to be milked. The sales and use taxes will core state and municipal taxpayers like apples. You can’t get blood out of a turnip. The Federal Reserve debt empire has been squeezing the same turnip for 95 years.
It is not the purpose of the Federal Reserve to maintain your lifestyle. The collapse of the economy won’t be stopped. The next phase will be false hope, followed by more tragedy. One need only examine the recent encouraging economic news, against the reality of the past decade. This current plan has been in place for at least 20 years. No accommodation has existed for continued consumer security, in that time. The repeated pattern of wealth transfer into the financial management structure should convince people that they are not in the loop. The emphasis is clearly in the orderly end of the concept of the United States as an individual, independent and sovereign nation.
To this point, the discussion has dealt with the manipulation of what is ACCEPTED as money. We know where that comes from. The danger posed by that source has destroyed economies in the past. Illustrating that point was the article on the front page of the Business section of the Sunday Denver Post. The article, written by Aldo Svaldi, titled,
“T-bond bubble looms as inflation risk, experts say.” ,
quoted, among others, Warren Buffet and Casey Research CEO Olivier Garrett.
Olivier Garrett described the enormity of U. S. Treasury debt:
“Never in the U. S. have we had this level of money creation in as short a period of time. The scale is such that you could see the printing presses turning red hot.”
Warren Buffet stated the context of history in the evaluation of these developments.
“When the financial history of this decade is written, it will surely speak of the Internet bubble of the 1990s and the housing bubble of the early 2000s, but the Treasury bond bubble … may be almost equally extraordinary.”
That statement, before the Federal Reserve last week, may be a line that no sane people would want to cross. The abyss is somewhere in the dark. Yet, for all such warnings as this statement, the blind still lead the blind.
The article can be found at:
It is only a matter of time until a crisis in inflation and currency devaluation forces the issue. The Federal Reserve and the U. S. Treasury will decide that they don’t pay off too mooks, marks, rummies, patsies and suckers. A bank holiday means a halt in to ATM, credit card and check, and all forms of EFT transactions. People will learn the meaning of the real economy. The imaginary economy can be turned off like a light switch. Homeland Security is preparing for the possibility of food riots, looting and runs on the banks, possibly this year. Be prepared and stay away from large cities. They could be dormant volcanoes of desperation.
Consumers must be the laughingstocks of the financial world. Government, the financial structure and employers openly play a game of keepaway with consumers. The joke is that consumers aren’t really in the game. They have no chance of winning. The economy is an exclusive gambling house with strict admission standards. After 95 years of the Federal Reserve separating fools from there money, land and possessions,people have lost everything. Consumers won’t believe that until someone they trust takes it all away from them.
Where does the money sit?”
The illusion is that money circulates. The reality is that control never passes out of the control of institutions to consumers. Once an institution gains an inroad into property that it doesn’t control, it layers obligations until the equity is secured. The transaction becomes one sided. Everything becomes an exchange of Federal Reserve property.
Financial institutions do have a vested interest in maintaining the value of the Federal Reserve note, to a limited degree. That interest is not what you might think. Only currency devaluations that insiders are prepared to profit from are allowed to happen. The headlines may be speaking of dire circumstances, but the few at the head of the line have become very rich. That was the procedure in every recession and depression in the past. That is what is happening, now. That is how Ponzi schemes work.
In the confusion of financial reporting, the real change is hidden. Title to property is being transferred at an incredible rate. The recent dictates that General Motors must comply with are an example. We were shown very clearly, who owns General Motors. Private property rights are becoming a thing of the past, at least for people like the remaining individual shareholders of GM. Every sector of the economy is becoming consolidated in an increasingly centralized, totalitarian corporate structure. This process almost succeeded in the 20th century. Of course, barbed wire, internment camps and crematoria were bad public relations. The new economic model uses the cities as internment camps. The restraints are in the minds of people, so dependent on the financial structure, that they would never think of escape. We are about to see a live performance of the movie, “Rollerball”.
It should be obvious that the fake money doesn’t sit with the consumer. Gold and silver coin, on the other hand, turn the tables. You can be the bank.
If you have gold and silver coin, let’s see how well you can play keepaway with the loan sharks at the Federal Reserve. People didn’t fare very well in the gold confiscation of 1933. I hope you do better, this time around.
I wish the news were an April Fool’s Day joke. I would be greatly relieved to find that this was only a bad nightmare. We have seen the pecking order in the corporate structure, in action. The takeover of General Motors is spectacular in that a blatant power play by government, intruding into industrial activity, as the administration did, should be seen as a warning shot. If there was any doubt that the state of emergency was never ended, that doubt is erased with this event. This must be the audacity that we heard so much about. One of the largest corporations in the history of the world was taken over for the printing costs.
“What does the money say?’
The fact that money talks is a given. The problem is that either people don’t understand the language, or the meaning of words isn’t the same for everyone. I see substantial proof for the latter. The cause of this situation is found in the deliberate deception in education. People should have been taught better. In speaking the only frame of reference they were taught, they speak the lies that continue this system of conquest by fiat currency. They become agents of the central banks. Volunteer agents are still agents, nonetheless. Aiding and abetting criminal activity does strange things to people. They really believe that their lives are good and normal.
The deciding factor is in the bias of the source. The fiat currency says that happy days are coming. Gold and silver, real money, says that the paper empire has been weighed in the balances, and found wanting. How many wheelbarrows of currency will it take to buy an ounce of gold? The question won’t have any meaning for people without an income.
They probably won’t need a wheelbarrow, anyway.
Inflation is the gradual method for telling people that their currency isn’t as good as it used to be. This is why the rumblings about a regional currency, the Amero, won’t go away. It’s like the Denver Broncos saying that they’re not trading their quarterback for the past few weeks. Never say never. The fiat currency system screams for a global currency. The world would get off easy if the deluge of paper ended after 40 days and 40 nights. Unfortunately, there are probably more than 40 thieves. That’s another story, for another day;
“Ben Bernanke And The 401(k) Thieves”. It has a ring to it.
The message from gold and silver is much better. There is no uncertainty and no debt axe hanging over your neck. The beauty of having gold and silver is that you don’t have to say anything. The standards are long established and the final warning given, long ago. The decisions of the Federal Reserve and the U. S. Treasury become inconsequential. God doesn’t make concessions to criminals impersonating responsible public officials. People get buried in suits and ties, everyday. Do they ever think about how that conversation would go, in Eternity?
The bottom line here is that fiat currency speaks, and gold and silver call it a liar. Money that has never lied about it’s value is much better.
“Is it really money?”
“Where does the money come from?”
“Where does the money sit?”
What does the money say?”
Find the answers to these four questions, and know why things are the way they are. Generations were taught “the way it is”. We know this is not the way life is supposed to be. We can not sleep with a clear conscience while this condition exists. If we do less than honorable people, we are less than honorable people.