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ctiger2
10-26-2011, 09:36 AM
Still's platform: MONETARY REFORM

A Country That Does Not Control It's Own Currency Can Not Be A Sovereign Nation.
The US is no longer a Constitutional Republic, the US is a Bank-Ocracy.

Bill's priorities upon taking the Presidency.

1. No More National Debt - Make Government Borrowing Illegal.
2. Replace The Debt Based Federal Reserve Notes with Non-Debt Based US Notes and gradually pay off the National Debt with them.
3. Balanced Budget Amendment (Call special session)
4. Prevent Banks From Controlling The Quantity Of Money In The Banking System
5. Replace Fractional Reserve Lending with One Dollar Of Capital System.
6. Appoint Special Prosecutor And Attorney General To Prosecute Those Who've Committed Fraud In The Banking System.
7. Abolish The Income Tax and replace with a Fair, Simple, Equitable Tax System in accordance with the US Constitution.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PY7EuihFWzQ

Now, Bill doesn't have a chance. But, the issues he addresses are easily THE most important in this country right now.

Suzu
10-26-2011, 09:56 AM
Now, Bill doesn't have a chance. But, the issues he addresses are easily THE most important in this country right now.

If he wins the primary and Ron isn't the GOP nominee, at least we got someone good to vote for!

matt0611
10-26-2011, 09:59 AM
Hmm, those don't seem too bad, except number 2, that's also very dangerous to switch to fiat money controlled by the congress. But at least it would be more transparent than the Federal Reserve.

iamse7en
10-26-2011, 10:12 AM
FYI, his views on fiat money are in direct contradiction with the Austrian economists and free-market money. See this post (http://www.garynorth.com/public/8574.cfm) by Gary North, and particularly this book (http://mises.org/books/coogan_north.pdf) of arguments against "greenbackers." Otherwise, his ideas are certainly better than what we have now.

What are his views on war/foreign policy? He certainly knows there is a worldwide conspiracy of banks and puppet-politicians to destroy the freedom and sovereignty of nations, so that is a huge plus.

ctiger2
10-26-2011, 10:51 AM
FYI, his views on fiat money are in direct contradiction with the Austrian economists and free-market money. See this post (http://www.garynorth.com/public/8574.cfm) by Gary North, and particularly this book (http://mises.org/books/coogan_north.pdf) of arguments against "greenbackers." Otherwise, his ideas are certainly better than what we have now.

Bill's concern with going to a Gold standard is that the same banking criminals who control the money now have a huge % of the Gold. So, you're basically taking power away from the criminals by not using Federal Reserve Notes and giving the power back to the same criminals under the Gold Standard. I see his point. I think a system like Bill is talking about in addition to Ron's legalizing competing currencies such as Silver/Gold Coins would be even better. The more useable money/currency in the system, the harder it is for any one criminal group to control it.

Zatch
10-26-2011, 10:55 AM
I wish he would run for congress or senate instead. Libertarian party is a waste of time and money. If Ron Paul had of run as a libertarian in '08 everyone would still be like "Ron Paul who?"

Suzu
10-26-2011, 10:55 AM
Plus you absolutely know Ron Paul would get a strong cabinet position under a Still administration.

RileyE104
10-26-2011, 01:17 PM
I'm not too sure about this guy after watching this video:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9U3lHCgylo


I didn't particularly like "The Secret of Oz" that much either...