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    06-20-2017, 07:17 AM
    ...voorhis' insights are to the root$...call me a naive fool, but i firmly believe that if even 5% of 'the public' understood what voorhis is writing about we would be very near a radical and beautiful change for the betterment of humankind...] ;) ZIPPY and other rpf'ers with an interest in the most important of topic$, i would love to engage you in an honest conversation as to this bit from my favorite politician/'money guy'...granted, this is a 40 plus year-old worldview, but has anything important changed?... http://911blogger.com/news/2009-08-27/americas-brightest-historical-minds-speak-you-about-monetary-reform-part-2 The following nine paragraphs are from Jerry Voorhis’ 1973 book, The Strange Case of Richard Milhous Nixon. Voorhis was a Yale grad and member of Congress from 1937-1947. He was defeated by Nixon’s first Congressional election when Nixon linked Voorhis to communism from one campaign contribution. “But what actually happens when our government engages in deficit financing? The obvious way the government can get more buying power into the people's hands is by itself putting more money into the stream of commerce than it takes out in taxes. The tragedy of the situation is that, up to date, the only way our government has enabled itself to spend more money than it takes in has been by forcing this sovereign nation to borrow its own credit from private sources. This has been true, despite the fact that if deficit financing accomplishes its purpose at all it will increase production and trade, enhance tax revenues, and broaden the base of government credit. To the extent that government bonds are sold for cash to individuals or to institutional purchasers other than banks the government is taking out of circulation approximately as many dollars as it will put back in when it spends the money. To accomplish its purpose, deficit financing must result in the creation of new money, and the use of it to increase mass buying power. Only if this happens will there be any stimulation of idle plants to go back into production, or more employment. Under these circumstances what ought to happen is that the credit of this great nation should be drawn upon directly by the government-not that it should go more deeply into debt.
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    06-20-2017, 06:48 AM
    :cool: ...israel?...
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    06-19-2017, 09:13 AM
    :cool: ...yeah...screw the unions!..those workers don't need any preferential treatment!...only white collar professional people deserve preferential treatment because they earned their government license$/advantage$!...let's keep the bankster$ in control of everything!..the banksters have the $pecial knowledge needed to manage the free market!...and the bankster$ know exactly the be$t people to fill our government office$: good, fair-minded republicans and democrats who will selflessly promote the common good!...we don't need no stinking unions!... #theonlypeoplewhoexperiencea'freemarket'arebankster$
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    06-18-2017, 08:25 AM
    ...it seems to me, on the most important of issue$, 'there ain't a dimes difference' between lee and the rest of the republicrat warmongering monetary ignoramuses fed to us by the backroom $tring-puller$... http://www.jpost.com/Diplomacy-and-Politics/Netanyahu-meets-with-Tea-Party-darling-Mike-Lee "Lee, 39, has been to Israel in the past and is considered a strong supporter. His wife lived and studied here for an extended period of time at the Brigham Young University extension in Jerusalem.In a pre-election position paper Lee wrote that Israel is Washington’s closest ally in the Middle East, and “faces many of the same threats confronting the United States.”His position paper said he supported the “maintenance of Israel’s qualitative military edge” and “direct talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority based on the fundamental principles that Israel should remain – and be recognized by the Palestinians as – a Jewish state.” Even before meeting Netanyahu, Lee said in his position paper that Israel “must have safe and secure borders and the ability to monitor and protect those borders,” and that if there are disagreements between Israel and the US, “those differences should be discussed and resolved in private, as is befitting the close relationship between two great democratic allies. No country, including the United States, should seek to impose any agreement upon Israel.”
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    06-16-2017, 04:02 PM
    ...so are you a 'bernie bro?'
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    06-16-2017, 03:58 PM
    ...looks like you got some bad information...everywhere i've read says paul and sanders are the two no's...which makes sense as republicrat lee is a fairly typical gd fool republican interventionist/warmonger...
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    06-16-2017, 10:13 AM
    ...how many people in that 'liberty caucus,' again?... ...ugh...
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    06-15-2017, 09:55 AM
    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/06/15/gop-rep-sanford-trump-partially-blame-environment-led-alexandria-shooting/ y JEFF POOR15 Jun 2017 Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) weighed in on Wednesday’s shooting at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, VA that resulted in Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) in critical condition at a hospital in Washington, DC. Sanford said we were “at an inflection point” and we needed to return to civility, or wind up in a “very, very bad spot.” “Indeed, we’re at an inflection point,” Sanford said. “There are forces at play I’ve never seen before in roughly the 20 years I’ve been involved in politics. Joe and I came in together way back when. And it is indeed different. I think we have to watch out as a society because if we don’t watch out, civility is indeed a part of civilized government and an open political system. And if you let these forces play out, I think we end up at a very, very bad spot. I think what happened yesterday was symptomatic of it.” He went on to blame President Donald Trump in part for the toxic climate that led to this shooting. “ would argue that the president is at least in partially — not in any way totally — but partially to blame for demons that have been unleashed, whether it is what I saw at a senior center back home and people saying, ‘f-you, f-you and f-you’ to each other at a senior center, a retirement center and see each other play croquet the next day, or with what happened — not with what happened yesterday, but the fact that you know, you’ve got the top guy saying, ‘Well, I wish I could hit you in the face. And if not, why don’t you and I’ll pay your legal fees.’ That’s bizarre — we ought to call it as such.”
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    06-15-2017, 06:59 AM
    :confused: ...again....can/will anyone admit/understand that the current system of 'money issuance' is an abomination which enthrone$ certain individuals..WHY WOULDN'T AN EGALITARIAN SYSTEM OF MONEY ISSUANCE (call it 'UI' or whatever you want) BE MUCH PREFERABLE TO THE CURRENT INSANE, RIGGED SYSTEM FAVORING "THE BANKSTER$?!"...waaaaaay past time to get real, people...
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    06-15-2017, 06:44 AM
    ;)
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    06-14-2017, 09:22 AM
    ...your posts on this thread are some of the best thinking i've seen on any board...republicans and democrats are waaaaaaaay more alike than different as to the most important issues: massive, long-standing monetary fraud, foreign interventionism, etc.. ...too bad the miserable republican and democrat peckerheads couldn't eliminate/cripple themselves in this 'civil war' and leave the decent, intelligent people behind...
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    06-14-2017, 05:52 AM
    :cool: " Brian Maher is the Daily Reckoning's Managing Editor. Before signing on to Agora Financial, he was an independent researcher and writer who covered economics, politics and international affairs. His work has appeared in the Asia Times and other news outlets around the world. He holds a Master’s degree in Defense & Strategic Studies." ...ugh...and please don't compare me to a 'college professor'...especially an economics professor...ime, they tend to be the worst ignoramuse$...truly/fundamentally ignorant, yet confident in their 'knowledge'...ugh... #peoplewhodon'tunderstandthehideousoriginandnatureofevenonedollarshouldstfuabouttheilliondollareconomy ;)
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    06-13-2017, 07:02 AM
    ...ugh...this article affirms republican-radio-level thinking...quibbling like a republicrat fool about "WHAT" should be used 'as money'...instead of focusing on "WHO" is controlling the volume of money and "WHO" is acquiring any newly-created money in 'the first round of spending,' and "HOW" is this being done (the fraudulent practice of 'deposit creation,' etc..)...ugh....
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    06-11-2017, 03:06 PM
    ...i strongly sense that trump's financial record$ would clear a lot of stuff up...quickly...but alas, the same gd fool republicans, who would be screeching like a wounded rabbit were a democrat to snub requests for honest financial$, are frantically apologizing for their miserable orange republican creep... #republicanssucklikeahoovervacuumcleaner ;)
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    06-09-2017, 06:25 AM
    ...none of 'our rights' are secure when we live amongst approx. 130 million peckerheads who affirm/'vote for' these pathetic monetary ignoramuses and etc. ignoramuses galore: republicrat politicians...
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    06-02-2017, 07:42 AM
    :confused: ...if 'the government' exercized the prerogative of creating 'its' own money there would be no need to DIRECTLY tax your 'millionaires'... ...madison and ncl, think of it this way: ..if you took away the privilege/power of money creation that PRIVATE, SECRET SQUIRREL BANKSTERS NOW ENJOY FOR THEMSELVES (hopefully you understand this EXISTING hideous privilege...if you don't, nothing i say will make sense to you) and issue this sum, pro-rata, to americans THERE WOULD BE NO NEED FOR THE TYPE OF DIRECT TAXATION ABOUT WHICH YOU WRITE!!... ...and before you criticize my idea, PLEASE LOOK AT THE CURRENT MISERABLE ROTTEN SYSTEM OF 'WELFARE' PRIVILEGE ENJOYED BY BANKSTERS, etc. corporate shysters galore!!
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    06-01-2017, 07:02 AM
    :confused: ...you wouldn't necessarily have to fund this with DIRECT taxation if 'the government' created 'its own' 'debt-free money' rather than borrowing from private secret-squirrel banksters number$ that said banksters create 'out of thin air' and then 'lend at interest' to 'the government' (us)....ugh... ...btw, we've had more honest, insightful conversation here about 'money' than rush, glenn, sean and ALL the rest, in their stinking years of 'providing :rolleyes: information'... truly 'low-info' republicrats abound...and as ?ford put it, roughly, 'if they ever figure it out, there will be a revolution before tomorrow morning'...
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    06-01-2017, 06:46 AM
    :confused: ...just because everyone gets treated equally as to the benefits of using 'newly-created' money in 'the first round of spending' doesn't mean everyone 'ends up where they started'...the outcome(s) after the 2nd 3rd 4th etc.............'rounds of spending' will be widely different based upon the multitude of different exchanges/transactions...harder/smarter working people who economize will certainly accumulate many many more 'point$ in the great scoreboard of life' than people who don't/won't 'work'... .....
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    06-01-2017, 06:27 AM
    :cool: ...yes, let's all keep in mind that helmuth doesn't consume republicrat media like most/all forum politicos...helmuth killed the television a long long time ago...hence the old map.. ;)
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    06-01-2017, 06:17 AM
    ...as one political anthropologist wag put it, 'democrats tend to dominate in areas where human poop is the most abundant poop...republicans dominate in areas where cow, pig, sheep, chicken, etc., poop is the most abundant poop...
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    05-31-2017, 10:15 AM
    ...i sense massive voter fraud undertaken by the stinking republicans...i know what you hear on republican talk radio...but that's all talk... ...either way, only a piddling quibbler would gass whether a stinking republican puppet or a stinking democrat puppet is on $tage...
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    05-31-2017, 06:12 AM
    ...it seems 'libertarian' icon robert heinlein is in some agreement with 'socialist' mark zuckerberg... Economic independenceedit] At a number of points in For Us, the Living, Heinlein describes an environment in which individuals are able to choose whether or not to accept a job. Passing references are made to the large number of individuals who take up art or other careers that traditionally do not pay well. The book also points out the short working hours and high wages paid to employees. The book ascribes this flexible working environment to the social credit system (the "Dividend") adopted by the United States which provides enough new capital in the economic system to overcome the problems of overproduction while providing a guaranteed minimal income for all members of society. For Us, the Living also depicts an early example of homesourcing in fiction. The character of Diana, a nationally renowned dancer, is shown performing in her own home for a broadcast audience, which sees her dancing on sets added by the broadcasting company to her original feed. The mechanism for this homesourcing is not described in much technical detail, but it appears to be similar to a high-definition video signal interfaced with something like modern chroma key technology. The biggest economic impact in the book, however, is Heinlein's Social Credit system, that he takes many pains to explain: the Heritage Check System, an alternative form of government funding, in place of taxation. The heritage check system is a moderately altered Social Credit system. Its modification reflects Heinlein's more libertarian views and Heinlein's interpretation on how financial systems are affected by the relationship between consumption and production. The system could be construed as a libertarian's approach to a socialist idea, creating an alternative to a tax system that puts fewer requirements on individuals, while simultaneously providing more for the common welfare. This is not too surprising, as Heinlein (a proclaimed libertarian) was also fascinated by Social Credit plan that appeared in Canada (which was later shot down by their Federal Government). In this role, the government becomes less a part of the economy and more a facilitator of it. The Heritage System in "For Us, the Living" can be summarized by four major actions:
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    05-30-2017, 05:18 AM
    enhanced deficit ?mocks: 'Fantastic, equality is the way to go.' ....ummm, yes, 'equality under the law' and/or 'equality of opportunity' IS the way to go... ...'money' is 'the great $coreboard of life'.. ...i guess it's too much to ask for a system where everyone is treated equally, PARTICULARLY as to the creation and issuance of 'new money'...(hint for anyone with a republicrat-level understanding of money/economics: ...'we' are SURELY NOT treated equally here!!...) ...any decent person who truly understands the current system of creation and issuance of 'new money' is horrified by this economic order under which we are en$laved...unfortunately not enough people truly understand...abject, miserable ignorance of the HIDEOUS $tatus quo is near-complete among republicans and democrats...ugh...
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    05-28-2017, 11:39 AM
    ...unless you call the fraud of 'deposit creation' 'work' :rolleyes: then surely you must understand the bankster people who eat the be$t don't truly 'work' at all....zuckerberg's plan probably does suck but the status-quo (never honestly discussed publicly) really really sucks...anyone who complains about zuckerberg's plan and is silent about and/or without an honest understanding of the current stinking rotten order (most all people i've ever met!) is worthy of contempt... ...as one wag put it, "Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take this power away from them, and all the great fortunes disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in. But, if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and control credit."
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    05-28-2017, 09:06 AM
    ...it seems obvious to me that we should be treated equally with respect to the issuance of 'newly-created' money...call it 'a guaranteed income' if you want...this would result in a much more decent system/society than the one we have now:...a society where the secret-squirrel banksters/'corporations' control and/or are STRONGLY favored with respect to the issuance of 'newly-created' money...a society where the rest of us must grovel to the goddamned banksters/corporate chieftan$ for 'money'...
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    05-28-2017, 08:55 AM
    helmuth retreats: "Thank you for that link, Hank! It does, indeed, explain your thoughts very well. We are in large part in agreement. In very large part. On probably all matters of substance in regards to monetary theory and reality. And if not, almost all. So what's the problem? Probably there is none." :confused: ...i thought you were some sort of 'ludwig gold-bugger?'...i have a real problem with that, helmuth!... ...also your priorities seem absurd to me...for one example, i've never seen you condemn the banksters getting government bonds, and many many other things, for absolutely NOTHING...are you aware of the fraudulent privilege of 'deposit creation' that banksters use to enslave us?..
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    05-28-2017, 08:44 AM
    double post error
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    05-26-2017, 03:40 PM
    helmuth really likes me: 'Tell me about money. Really. Try to explain your views. I have never understood them, and I guarantee that not a single other person on RPF has either (if, indeed, there are any other posters who read your posts, which is doubtful). You have the floor, sir.' :o ...helmuth, rather than me trying to guess where your brain is 'off the track' as to 'money,' i submit my wildly popular :D, 'obstacles to clear thinking about the economy' http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?492483-Obstacles-to-Clear-Thinking-About-the-Economy which somewhat summarizes my 'views'...could you please merely copy and paste anything anywhere i've written that you don't understand (as to money') so i may have even a chance of understanding wtf you are blithering about...geez.. ...btw, you whine, essentially, 'hardly anyone reads or understands your crappy writing, panqui' (another 'worse than worthless' passage, helmuth!)...do you have any evidence that YOU are a more popular/better writer than i?.. :confused: ...
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    05-26-2017, 03:15 PM
    helmuth loves himself some panqui: "I am just unable to place you even in a human framework. I cannot imagine: "What kind of person is this that sits down and writes like this. What is he like? What is going through his head?" My brain just can't parse it. I'm trying to teach you to be human...frankenstein..." :eek: "I also would suggest dumbing down any message you want to present. A lot. Really, really a lot. The average IQ of your country is about 80. Average. None of these people can even understand the pronunciation of the word "libertarian," much less why they may want to pronounce it. I don't even know why they would. They probably wouldn't! So actually, I would suggest one of two possible paths (not that you can't do both... if you have unlimited time and resources): either radically dumb the message down, or radically intellectually juice the message up. This second option is that you just ignore all the people in your country who are completely incapable of understanding libertarianism (as well as being incapable of pronouncing the word, which is going to be just downright annoying for you) and focus on the upper-class elites, who are capable..." ...as jc fogerty artfully howled, 'before ya 'cuse me, take a look at yourse'f'
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    05-25-2017, 06:23 AM
    helmuth fumes: "If that is the case: great news! Perhaps your posts should reflect that cheery belief. Rather than 100% of your posts being condescending, sneering piles of garbage consisting mainly of repeatedly spitting into the face of whomever has attracted your attention, work on bringing that down to 20%." :cool: ...backatcha times at least ten!..essentially all you are saying here is, 'WAAAAAH, I DON'T LIKE YOU, H.E.!!...WAAAAAAAAAAAH!...talk about 'worthless'...:rolleyes: helmuth has a brain fart: "I cannot think of a single user on RPF who shows any evidence of being a regular listener to talk radio, other than you, Hank." ...you're not very observant, are you?...i seem to remember many threads here commenting on various republicrat radio propagandists: alex jones, michael weiner, sean hannity,...etc. gd shill$ galore...surely some of these people experience republican, etc., talk radio...right helmuth?...:confused: ...haven't you listened to rush limbaugh, etc..?..be honest now, helmuth...
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