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Unnatural Law: Conclusion


Unnatural Law
                                                                    Conclusion

The summary of the points made and resources give is that the world as we perceive it, is a temporary illusion. Reality is found in result, not in perception.

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Legal Reality Newsletter 7/7/2011


7 July A.D. 2011

The article below is by R.K. Blacksher.  It was posted 5 July 2011.  In the link at strike-the-root.com, he lists his occupation as “Drone.”  Creative, anyway.

This author prefers Pat Shannan’s lesson in the matter.  The term “constitution-ist” is the proper description of one who supports, promotes a/the “constitution,” as contrasted with the term “constitution-al-ist,” which is one who supports a/the “constitutional,” which term IS a noun, and, in some parts of the country, that noun refers to the function of the last part of the alimentary canal.  What Blacksher is saying, in his way, is that there are no political solutions.

Here is the very last concept in this piece:  “People cannot free themselves if they do not believe they are enslaved. People need to stop trying to free themselves through politics and start trying to free themselves from politics.”

Clearly, Blacksher does not yet understand, completely, the nature of the problem, because slaves have zero authority to obligate themselves or their property commercially.  It’s precisely because there is NO slavery that the present “funny money” system “works.”  Said another way, involuntary bondage had to go in order for it to be replaced with our present condition of voluntary bondage.

Slaves can’t get credit cards or open retirement accounts or purchase land or cars, etc.  Only those with the legal capacity to enter into agreements may engage in even the basics of commercial activity. In the same way that children and medically incompetent people have no “capacity” to bind themselves commercially, slaves have no capacity to bind themselves commercially.

Where one finds few legal remedies for involuntary bondage, given that such law exists in a society that finds it moral and acceptable for one human being to “own,” as property, another human being (which concept is all throughout Scripture), one has all kinds of remedies for Voluntary Bondage.  Voluntary Bondage is the by-product of our present commercial system, in which we’re seduced, through our ignorance (unawareness) of our present legal reality, into binding, commercial obligations that are enforced in such a way as to make us think that the authority relied upon is law.  Voluntary Bondage is something over which we have 100% control.  Thus, on the flip side of that same coin, we have only ourselves to blame.

To play the game of politics is to pretend that the politicians are “the problem.”  Thus, by changing them, the problem may be fixed via a different group of politicians who will then rewrite or just “delete” the offensive, oppressive, police-state “statutes.”  Fortunately, that’s not how the present system functions.  Since no politician in any office can ever compel anyone to sign up for any “gotcha agreement,” by which we impale ourselves on the horns of Voluntary Bondage, no politician, in or out of office, is “the” problem.

“People need to stop trying to free themselves through politics and start trying to free themselves from politics.”  R. K. Blacksher.
Very well said.

Harmon L. Taylor
Legal Reality
Dallas, Texas

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Fine Bureaucratic Cannibals


Fine Bureaucratic Cannibals

Trading independence for comfort always ends in slavery.


     It always seems that the distinction between bureaucracy and legitimate representative government must be made. No one voted for bureaucracy. Such administrative structures are always a concession to expediency. Whether it is zoning regulations or “streamlining” the Judicial system, the process always involves waiver of the rights of a living, flesh and blood human being. When we are dissatisfied with the performance of social infrastructure, we must be careful about what we demand. We have certainly gotten expediency in exchange for justice, since 1860. 

      When we search history for patterns that reflect on our current circumstances, we see a number of striking parallels. We can look back and learn from the failures of the past. The names and faces change, but the agenda of world domination, remains. There are very real dangers in failing to recognize and properly confront dangers and their warning signs. Neglect has created a bigger problem to resolve, in so many cases. Does it always take a war to clean house in this world? It shouldn’t, but we weren’t taught well enough to do the right thing. Perhaps we can educate ourselves, better than we were taught.

     The most damaging process was set in motion when we were drawn into a private law system, outside of the Constitution of the United States of America, leaving us at the mercy of bureaucracy. To be under a system that denies humanity in favor of legal fiction is the description of indentured servitude. The basic requirements of proper, binding agreement have been marginalized and eliminated, ever since. This is why the world in general, and the United States specifically, is so unstable. People have waived their rights as living beings, created by God. We have abandoned His ways, and the money that He created, in exchange for the legal standing and access to borrowed debt, in alliance with a corporate structure that openly and publicly, hates God. We have been complacent and compliant in the whole range of criminal activity, displayed by commercial activity in Corporatism. We have inherited lies from our fathers. The damage doesn’t end with the individual. The turmoil, confusion and consequences carry through to the third and fourth generations. This has been the case for so many generations, that the question of how much longer we can survive in this practice is brought into doubt.

     Therefore, men and brethren, what shall we do? The choice is simple. We can either continue in our ungodly ways and perish, or recover our Standing as Citizens of One Nation under God. The means and Laws are there for our remedy. The question is whether or not we have the courage to stand in the face of severe corporate opposition, trusting our defense to God. He established this Nation of free people. He is able to restore and defend it from the Corporatist usurpers. The future security of our Nation is built on individual Sovereignty. We must educate ourselves and act on the evidence that we find. Conscience and future judgment will accept nothing less.


Sink, Swim Or Learn To Dance On Water


Sink, Swim Or Learn To Dance On Water

     In the course of public discourse, every current event comes back to the basic question:
“To what purpose?”.
    It is the basic human need for meaning and validity in life that brings us to a personal accounting. Our purpose lies beyond our own lifetime and our duty comes from long before it.
     When we take inventory of our assets in the world, do we ever consider who or what we have given ourselves to? Loyalty is a fine trait to exhibit. Misplaced loyalty makes an individual expended ordnance in ideological wars. The process is always the same. There will always be those who believe that the world will be a better place, after your wealth is redistributed and your labor is reassigned. Since we have conclusive proof that no man can be trusted to represent the interests of another, our only choice is to represent ourselves. Whatever dreams U. S. citizens hold, they can forget them. They stand in line, waiting for “their” dole from the public treasury. We have so declined as a society that we are now dependent on distant commercial interests for our livelihoods, income and stability. The question that I began asking, 40 years ago is still relevant.
     “Have you considered how much better off you would be, if the Federal government never got it’s hands on your money, in the first place?”
     In fact, subsequent questions on the subject challenge us to recover the independence and American backbone that previous generations lost. The oppression inflicted on us today originally brought us to an understanding of the founding principles of the United States of America. In the history of this country, we were crippled by private banks, bringing us under the slavery of corporatism. With every opportunity of crisis, people were shoved off the land,and herded into holding pens, called cities. It was an evil trap that was sprung. The temptation to leave the honorable activity of producing our needs from the land that God gave us, with our own hands and labor, in favor of the commercial marketplace, left us at the mercy of commercial predators in the Federal Reserve system. Their willing accomplices in Washington, D. C. have been very well compensated for their betrayal of the public trust. Yet, the nation continues to support this duplicitous and and treacherous enterprise in moral, legal and financial terms. This meek surrender to the consolidation of power in the operational structure of Corporatism, within the ideological environment of Globalism, is changing this nation beyond recognition. In the immediate future, a legislature obsessed with controlling more revenue will fall in line with changing the law of the land into rulings of “an extra-legal experience”. The recently expressed objective for the next Supreme Court justice should be warning enough. The Supreme Court has already based previous decisions on International law. The claim that this has been a nation of the People, by the People and for the People has been a lie for a very long time. First, it is very difficult to find any People.
     In 1873, the Supreme Court ruled that, presumably there were no People, in the legal definition sense of the word. Now, most citizens are “human resources”, in the inventory of the Federal “government”. I quote the word because only a legitimate government has legitimate authority. This bastard corporation, in rebellion against the Constitution of the United States of America, has committed acts of war against the free People of this nation. In 1867, in the Preamble to the Congressional Record, Congress claimed conquest over the States. That is an act of war. The organization we are threatened by now, hindered only by the consequences of it’s own fraud and theft, depends on “New Deals” and “Contracts With America” to sweep it’s transgressions under the rug. In the commercial exchanges of the recent past, we have had Czars that no one voted for, formulating, implementing and enforcing public policy. We are accustomed to comfort and license in the context of an Eastern European mentality.
     There are no toll-free numbers in Hell. Paper burns. Reality brings fantasy to judgment. All we truly possess is the life that God created and the conscience to remind and motivate us to do right. I suggest that we listen closely, and learn.

It is fascinating to watch the public relations campaign waged by the Federal Reserve. Do not be deceived. This is an economic war. In September of 2007, I said that the bailout plan would not work, because there is no substance in it. There has never been a “new” bailout plan. This is the same plan that has collapsed every paper economy in history. I can only repeat myself, here. People will not believe the truth of history until someone they trust, takes everything they have, leaving them homeless beggars on the street.
It is evidence of Federal Reserve marketing skills that people left the keys on the kitchen counter, walked out for the last time, and blamed themselves for their financial demise, in the mortgage collapse. Granted, poor financial decisions produce bad financial consequences. The only guilt those people have is in believing lies they received from presumably trustworthy people. That’s a common trait in human nature, to believe lies that feel better than the truth. Falling victim to the best executed scam since the toilet paper shortage caught people shortsighted and naive. We have to question whether we have any sound judgment with which to defend ourselves.

Taking stock of our circumstances is not encouraging. We have degenerated into a nation of little, warring factions, all struggling for dominance within the corporate structure. It is what Michael Corbin of “A Closer Look” called “the Balkanization of America”. The social structure is now the domain of countless Third World style warlords in the streets. Speeches from the clowns in the Big Top that is Washington, D. C., won’t change any condition in the real world. People who have no experience in producing anything with their own hands are not qualified to speak about the real economy. For one thing, there has been no “real economy” in the history of the Federal Reserve. the closest facsimile was parity pricing in agriculture. Of course, that got in the way of the Federal Reserve debt game. The history of the war against landowner rights and the family farm is a blueprint for the slavery that is coming to the cities. The noose is tightening. The demographics have become increasingly urban, since the Great Depression. We have gone past the point of more people working in government, than not. All economic activity is being brought into dependency on direct regulation or subjugation by subsidy. The chilling fact is that more people demand such conditions, than resist them.

What are our options? The dangers of Corporatism are clearly stated and published, common knowledge in public conversation. Everyone is expendable and disposable. Job performance is no longer a measure of security. No aspect of the commercial infrastructure is safe. We have seen production and distribution systems tested by contamination and disease threats. The most basic option available to us is in the local relationships that we have and can build on. The need for locally produced supplies is obvious. It would be a return to the days before national chain supermarkets and uncertain supplies.

I would be more encouraged by local community decisions if local governments were not so hooked on the Federal handout. The addiction of the general populace to the Federal Reserve paper cocaine makes this so. Until we break this death spiral of dependency and emergency measures, life will continue to become more insecure and restrictive. The examples of emergency actions and civil strife should never even be considered an option, here in the United States.

We really should consider the protections inherent in our local relationships. The horror stories of past economic collapses in other countries should never be part of our experience. Our neighbors are worth every bit as much as we are. This is why we study history and strive to educate. We must remember what an American is supposed to be. Our Founders would have run the flag-waving Corporatists out of town, in disgrace. Such Socialist people did exist, in the Founding Era. Wholly dependent on the Bank of England, compromised by commercial relationships with foreign interests, they took comfort and profit, unjustly extorted from the people who built a society on a raw continent. Those that sided with the corporate management, fled for their lives. We have a more effective method. Stop transacting with the Federal Reserve.

Neighbors are more trustworthy than bureaucrats. They certainly are less likely to be compromised by central banks, if their needs are met locally and personally. Neighbors have more interests in common. We know that the Federal Reserve was never our friend.


The Real Weapon Of Mass Destruction: POVERTY (via georgesblogforum)


If we could all just understand this, the world would be a very different place. The maze that is the global economy is getting more complex. Writing this made my head hurt.

                             “The Real Weapon Of Mass Destruction”                                                                                                POVERTY

The contradiction between idealism and actual experience in our daily lives would appear to be just a basic fact of life. The fact of the matter is that contradictions are powerful influences in shaping our perception.      In this example, the Amer … Read More

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The Real Weapon Of Mass Destruction: POVERTY


                              “The Real Weapon Of Mass Destruction”

                                                                     POVERTY

08/01/2011  – With the debt ceiling screenplay at a turning point in the wealth transfer system, the real fun begins. Continuing this perverse charade of manipulating the promises of politician only postpones the certain end of the currency. Nations are divesting themselves of U. S. Treasury debt. The music is about to stop, the population won’t have a chair to sit in, and Emperor Ponzi will be walking around naked. The shame will be exposed. We will go back to talking about the resilience of the American people.

The lie that is constantly presented as legitimate authority is that the paper currency is money. People have always said that bthe currency is all we have. This will test the lie. If the currency is all that we have, then we have nothing.

07/30/2011       In all of the infighting over the debt ceiling ceiling issue, if you feel  yourself being lined up in the cross hairs, it is not your imaginations. You can’t do racial, ethnic or social profiling. The central banks can do it weith impunity. After all, they can put your city or state out of business, by tomorrow morning. People, neighborhoods and entire cities are now being targeted for poverty. If you become a casualty, it’s because you are the alien that the corporate structure doesn’t want. In this manner, groups of people are polarized against each other, the banks win, everyone loses. The survivors are called slaves.                                               

The contradiction between idealism and actual experience in our daily lives would appear to be just a basic fact of life. The fact of the matter is that contradictions are powerful influences in shaping our perception.

     In this example, the American Way is about honesty, dedication, commitment, compassion, charity, perseverance……….. all the good things. On the other hand, the United States Way is about eliminating competition and acquiring power and wealth, by whatever means necessary. What’s a little lying, cheating, stealing and war among acquaintances, anyway? 

     Control and regulation of the issuance of currency contains the power to inflict poverty. Until that fact is understood, it is impossible to understand any economic system. It can easily be proven that no government can faithfully represent the interests of it’s citizens when a private bank is involved. The people are in constant jeopardy because both labor and income are subject to the policies of private corporate interests. The elitist nature of banking renders political ideology irrelevant. Private banks have instigated wars, collapsed economies and brought tyrants to power, all in a constant effort to absorb the world into a common power structure. This is no accident. Control and exploitation know no limits of conscience. When a small group of people form an alliance dedicated to enslaving the population, both liberty and security decline into a Dark Age. The history of the world is marked by the rise of despots. In our present day, people are so indebted to the corporate tyrants that they see no remedy or recourse that would free them.

     We will, however persevere and examine what we can see.

In examining the evidence of modern current events, what is not seen in public view are the methods employed to target, direct and inflict poverty. Unfortunately, events are hidden behind a cloak of private law, so great in volume and complex in structure, that most people have never read it and are unfamiliar with the details that most directly affect their lives. Contained in the body of private law are institutionalized powers that were never given to any representative body, by the population. Private law is actually contradictory to representative government. This is the fatal flaw in the structure of the United States. Management of human resources is not representation. Any corporate system enacting such a change is in default of it’s declared commitment and commissioned purpose. The historical warning is that no nation has ever set aside honesty and integrity by mutual agreement, and survived. Once the United States escaped the restraint of real money, the present conditions became inevitable. When the people embraced the use of fiat currency they began cycles of raiding the public treasury and getting what they agreed to. Unfortunately, there has never been an effective protection against social self – destruction.

     Singularly or in combination, currency manipulation, taxation, debt expansion and contraction and labor regulation achieve the objectives of targeting, directing and inflicting poverty.

TARGETING POVERTY

Everyone has experience with the result of currency manipulation. The source of restraint isn’t the issue. When a population is targeted for isolation, the results are sudden and dramatic.

     Businesses fail, industries move away and once prosperous areas become overnight slums. People are told that it is just part of the downside in normal economic cycles. That they believe that public relations private agenda, speaks of their trusting and gullible ignorance. Most people don’t believe that they have been targeted for poverty.

The response is the usual forms of political activity and social activism. Such movements have little or no effect because people fail to address the correct commercial issues, with the correct commercial entities. In other words, they fail to correctly identify the transgression and the offender. They have failed before they began. In many cases, the most visible and locally available object of people’s displeasure is an employer. By directing effort against the most tangible target, the real culprits, the banking structure and their corporate allies in government, escape the consequences of their actions. That deception leaves the injured parties without recourse or resources, trapped in poverty.

Taxation gets more attention than any other factor in targeting populations for isolation and making an area vulnerable for corporate conquest. Poverty is the applied weapon that disenfranchises people in there efforts to protect themselves. The obvious condition is that there are different rules for different people. Selective enforcement of regulations places some people in a decidedly inferior position. It is after an environment of poverty is created that people discover their plight. Once people are identified as inferior within the system, the brunt of bureaucratic attention is brought to bear against them. Taxation is an identification tool. It describes people as targets, by their circumstances. It is as though some people are born with “Urban Renewal” stamped on their foreheads. They find that escape is difficult and resistance is futile. The history of the world is that some live in comfort and security while others live in a Third World nightmare. Taxation is the embodiment of the parasitic nature of government. Taxation does the sifting and sorting in the targeting phase of poverty. Until people recognize the enslaving nature of central government, they will be trapped as slaves, in their own minds.  The perception becomes the chains and bars that confine them.

The least understood method of targeting populations for poverty is the expansion and contraction of public and private debt. The commonly held belief is that money comes from the government. In truth, the currency comes from a private bank, borrowed into existence by the U. S. Treasury. This is why legal tender and money are two different things, today. People do not see the distinction between public and private debt. Allowing a corporation to borrow trillions and quadrillions while pointing to citizens to underwrite obviously fraudulent behavior is certainly destructive. In the debt economy, poverty is “borrowed”. In history, that process is identified as “stealing”. Debt makes people easy targets for poverty. Under cover of ignorance and behind the curtain of government authority, all debt has become a Federal benefit program. For those who don’t understand the impact of that change in economic philosophy, they will learn by experience. They have all been taken into receivership and could well find themselves wearing orange jumpsuits, in a Federal labor camp. The significant fallout from the economic crisis will be the new rules in the Federal holding pen. The only effective commercial action that can be taken now is to cease transacting with the Federal Reserve debt empire. This is why many institutions declined the bailout funds. Accepting the terms would have placed them in tactically inferior positions in the economic war. Many Third World nations have experienced this process. Choices were eliminated in their poverty.

The confusion in labor regulation is the “kick me” sign on the backs of laborers registered as 14th Amendment U. S. citizens. In simpler terms, if you are one of those statutory persons, bend over and make the best of it. Here comes poverty. People volunteered their targeting information when they signed up for a job. If that is an unacceptable choice, the only viable option is to correct an individual’s nationality. Failing to do so would establish a life of enduring poverty until endurance is exhausted. Knowing how they are targeted should help people decide whether they want to be targets of poverty. It is a correctable condition. The question is whether or not people will resist being pushed over backwards while their labor is stolen from them.

DIRECTING POVERTY

Currency manipulation makes direction of poverty much easier. When restrictions increase on the availability of currency, people flock to fill out applications, providing the personal information and consent that keeps poverty on target. If you see yourself trying to keep pace with the treadmill, I see a cat trying to catch a Yo – Yo. I’m merely seeing the way that people are toyed with, by the debt system. This paper system can’t compete with real intrinsic value. Only by keeping people distracted from seeing the true natures of debt and wealth, can people be deceived into poverty. Unless we want poverty to continue falling on us in a paper storm, we must cease accepting the paper and offering it as tender in payment.

Taxation is the most effective delivery system for poverty ever devised by man. No other financial mechanism can perform the deprivation that is accomplished by taxation. This is the one area where threat of physical force and imprisonment keeps the poverty pipeline connected. This system flows wealth out of the individual, and misery in. Registered persons are in the sights of the poverty system, as long as they continue in it. The only remedy is to correct and assert proper nationality.

The financial incentive in expansion and contraction of debt is stronger than people realize. The financial news belies the obsession with which people chase available debt. Re – financing and bailout plans are now constants in the marketplace. This tunnel vision keeps the direction of poverty, constant. The fear of poverty keeps people in line for poverty. Compliance motivated by fear is the basic tool of despotic domination. In other areas of physical or emotional dependency, the discussion would be about breaking cycles of abuse. Without exaggeration, breaking this debt cycle obsession is worth life and liberty. Otherwise, people are in the line of fire, under incoming poverty.

If people could just see for a moment, how their personal labor practices keep them compliant with poverty, they would walk away from the Federal labor system. That is a place where poverty is all that is available to them. This is the direct involvement that people take in directing poverty. Each individual is responsible for the terms of exchanging labor. Now would be a good time for better and more independent decisions.

INFLICTING POVERTY

Poverty is inflicted at the moment when voluntary changes to mandatory. It is most interesting that in tyrannical invasion and conquest that consent is eventually presumed. At that moment, people become property. Resistance, in many cases, is met with violence and confinement.

Currency manipulation continues to exact a terrible toll in inflicting poverty. The collapses experienced to this point are showing people how destructive debt eventually becomes. We will see currency manipulation squeezing growing numbers of people into the Federal mandatory labor system. This will be the most visible example of administered poverty. Presented to the public as positive action, the public will be distracted long enough for the manipulators of currency to escape with stolen wealth. Only by a decided shift away from the debt system can the theft be stopped. Just as in the Great Depression, everything that isn’t properly secured is being stolen.

Taxation directly inflicts poverty. In the crush at the revenue window, taxing authorities are vampires, breaking into a blood bank. Will they turn cannibal when they run out of warm bodies? The frenzy may abate when poverty begins touching government employees. In those conflicting circumstances, it would be a good time to be out of the debt system. If the tax system becomes a bottleneck, inflicting poverty could become a bureaucratic free-for-all. Just a recent municipal budget issues have caused weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth, so it could be in the Federal structure. It is in those conditions that the debt system goes on the hunt, devouring wealth and pillaging the countryside.

The public and private debt load will certainly devour wealth wherever it may be found. The trap is already sprung and and poverty is being dispensed, daily. reports of system failures and the resulting upgrades to handle the increased caseload are alarming. People are now personally experiencing inflicted poverty. We now see that, regardless of available “liquidity”, the private debt supply has contracted. The terms of the transaction are not being considered by most people. We have been warned for millenia that debt is dangerous. The United States is living by debt. The deception is that it is a living death. Is there any good reason for maintaining the debt system? At this point, nothing but poverty and increased obligation is being delivered. That people are standing in line to receive financial injury, defies rational explanation.

Labor regulation is another line that people stand in to get a horse – whipping. Before labor conditions run their course in inflicting poverty, the nightly news should be filmed in black and white. People would think that it was an instant replay of the 1930s. Labor played the debt game, as long as it lasted. The best that labor unions do today is negotiate surrender and supervise the distribution of poverty. Unless people want to hang in there for a beating, they must search for more independent economic models. Succumbing to the debt system is financial suicide.

CONCLUSION

Describing the debt system, in separate components, is difficult enough. When considered within all of it’s mechanisms operating simultaneously, the details become overwhelming. Compounding the gravity of the situation is the history of fiat currency. At different times, in different places, refusal to accept the paper carried the death penalty. Yes, banks commit acts of war and injustice against free people who refuse to transact with them. The selectivity of the poverty system has displayed amazing variety in applications. From real estate mortgage red-lining to discounted interest rates currying political favor, private banks have always been the influence behind public policy. We see how fiat currency destroys any semblance of moral certainty. Where no standards exist, there is no security. In this regard, the public trust has been broken and the United States has failed as a commercial entity. The assets are being liquidated and whatever we possess is thrown in the global yard sale. The sooner we see this paper bailout and promised recovery as a stalling technique, the sooner we can escape it. The consequences of inaction are at the least, miserable ans at the worst, fatal. Parasites don’t become gentler with time. Eventually, the host becomes victim and food.

A very important aspect of the debt system is that people are at the mercy of agreements they know nothing about. The concept of “my” job no longer exists. Since property rights are so limited by agreed considerations, no one really owns anything, outright. Future emergencies may drastically alter the terms of possession and use of property. The examples set in other countries bring a shocking warning to the U. S. With taxes and usage fees climbing at alarming rates, the idea of value added taxes surface, from time to time. As vile and invasive the thought of paying for property repeatedly, for the “privilege of using it is, legislatures still toy with the idea.With the possibility of international financial pressures bringing devaluation and currency collapses, no individual circumstance is safe. Real money sets the standards. The debt game flirts with disaster. With any commodity supply crisis, the global debt bubble could implode and consumer prices inflate out of reach, very quickly. The arbitrary and rebellious regulatory systems would instantly be powerless. The cascade of food and energy shortages would spread overnight poverty, in compliance with natural Law. The emergency response would be as frightening as anything seen in the last century. Officially administered poverty would become standardized, throughout the world. The mechanism for accomplishing that sweeping change already exists in the for of international financial regulation. One more step into Global Socialism has been taken. In these times, the same priorities that saw people through hard times in the past, hold true, today. Water, food and shelter, in that order are the survival requirements that no fiat currency system has ever guaranteed. We never want to be so desperate that we are reduced to eating grass and tree bark. By making better choices, we may be able to avoid those hardships. We certainly don’t want to be refugees in a Federal labor camp.