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    i posted the following article on my blog and figured people here would like :-)

    all the best

    chycho


    "Ron Paul, The Federal Reserve, JFK and M3: Devaluing Americans into Bankruptcy"

    http://www.chycho.com/?q=ron_paul

    The Comptroller General of the United States, formerly known as the General Accounting Office, which is “a legislative branch agency founded by Congress in 1921 to ensure the accountability of the federal government”, in their latest audit of the federal debt have revealed that “deficit spending and promised benefits for federal entitlement programs have put every man, woman, and child in the United States on the hook for $175,000”. This is exclusive of the personal debt that each person may carry.

    This means that every newborn in the United States of America has $175,000 of debt that they are responsible for before they take their first breath. This also means that every person that takes his or her last breath in the United States dies with at least $175,000 of debt.

    Since debt slavery came into effect by the passing of the Bankruptcy Bill, this basically means that everyone in the United States is essentially a slave to the banking institutions since interest continues to accumulate on this debt. Now that personal debts are no longer cleared upon declaring bankruptcy, almost every person in the United States will die a slave.

    How did the United States economy become so devastated and the populace so indebted? The Federal Reserve and the Military-industrial complex have most of the answers. The American lifestyle has the rest.

    The simplest remedy to the American financial crisis is to change the American lifestyle from “the person(s) who accumulate the most possessions ‘win’ the game” to the person(s) who accumulate the most amount of goodwill ‘win’ the game. The reason that this has to happen is because “the carrying capacity of the planet will not continue to support” the American lifestyle. It is unsustainable, both economically and environmentally.

    The second remedy is to eliminate the Military-industrial complex. “USA is responsible for 48 per cent” of the world’s total military spending, consuming over 41% of “US tax payer’s money”, not including hidden costs. When a country spends almost half its income of warfare, then it is doomed to economic oblivion and every other public priority, from healthcare to education and community development to social programs must be cut.


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    The most important cure for what ails the US economy is to dismantle The Federal Reserve: A private banking institution headed by private individuals who represent conglomerate and the financial elite who act as “fiscal agents for the U.S. Treasury”. They decide how much money is in circulation, they print it, sell it to the United States Federal Government who in turn distributes it to the American people. In return they get all the interest, paid for with American taxes.

    If you think this is absurd then you are not alone. John F. Kennedy tried to dismantle The Federal Reserve before he was assassinated, and more recently, presidential hopeful Ron Paul had a few choice words for Ben Bernanke, the current Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

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

    How large is the economic crisis that has hit the United States? With the discontinuance of M3 and the apparent flooding of US dollars into the economy by creating money "Out of Thin Air", the US currency has been devalued to the point where “central banks and finance ministries (of other countries) are setting up obstacles to keep the falling dollar from threatening company profits and economic growth.” The ultimate question is, how long are other countries going to be able to keep the American economy from collapsing in on itself, specially since there is talk of a worst recession then the 1930s?

    2008 should be a very interesting year.



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    Quote Originally Posted by chycho View Post
    If you think this is absurd then you are not alone. John F. Kennedy tried to dismantle The Federal Reserve before he was assassinated, and more recently, presidential hopeful Ron Paul had a few choice words for Ben Bernanke, the current Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System..
    You should fix this part; the order in question didn't eliminate the Federal Reserve, all it did was help re-issue silver certificates in larger denominations because of the rising price of silver. The Reserve was not dismantled, nor was its ability to issue silver certificates removed. One can argue that it was a move towards eliminating the reserve, but that would be highly speculative, and what you've stated here is not accurate,

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    okay made the following change ... this should work

    "If you think this is absurd then you are not alone. John F. Kennedy tried to "strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power" before he was assassinated,..."

    simple and to the point, and if people want more info they can follow the link

    thanks for the headsu-up

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    watch this youtube this man is the head of the goverment office of accounting and its atually 400,000 per household plus an additional 175,000 per person http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-16u9x3tfE
    . We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that security and liberty may prosper together

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    I wish it were tinfoil hat nonsense
    . We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that security and liberty may prosper together

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    thanks for the link banjojambo9 ... i just added the video to the article

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    Quote Originally Posted by banjojambo9 View Post
    I wish it were tinfoil hat nonsense
    yah, I know you wouldn't be able to grasp that its not reality because your whole life depends on believing in conspiracy theories.

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    what is it that you do not believe snaFU? .... it's just math, numbers. That's what the balance sheets are revealing... it's not rocket science or UFOs .... very weird that you would say accounting is "tinfoil hat nonsense" .... unless you are not familiar with "the language of mathematics" .... and if you are not then this is your lucky day ... i've made some instructional math videos which i have also posted on my site ... here is the link to the table of contents

    Table of Contents
    http://www.chycho.com/?q=math_Table_Contents

    and just to make it easy for you i have also provided these on google video so you can download them easily

    Math Videos Available for Download
    http://www.chycho.com/?q=math_download_chycho

    why have i spent so much time making math videos? ... one of the main reasons is that i believe Americans have forgotten how to add, which would explain why you think the US being $53 trillion dollars in debt is a conspiracy theory

    i wish you luck in your re-education

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    Quote Originally Posted by snaFU View Post
    yah, I know you wouldn't be able to grasp that its not reality because your whole life depends on believing in conspiracy theories.
    Go Back to your video games
    . We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals so that security and liberty may prosper together

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    Quote Originally Posted by banjojambo9 View Post
    Go Back to your video games
    go back to listening to alex jones radio?

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    JFK did nothing that threatened the Federal Reserve in the slightest. He was a life-long socialist and globalist, he helped devalue the dollar and transfer American wealth to foreign countries.
    Last edited by AceNZ; 01-18-2008 at 07:08 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AceNZ View Post
    JFK did nothing that threatened the Federal Reserve in the slightest. He was a life-long socialist and globalist, he helped devalue the dollar and he helped to transfer American wealth to foreign countries.
    Kennedy used the treasury to issue silver baked five dollar notes. That would be a competing currency to the federal reserve note. Competition by nature is threatening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forsmant View Post
    Kennedy used the treasury to issue silver baked five dollar notes. That would be a competing currency to the federal reserve note. Competition by nature is threatening.
    Executive Order No. 11110 didn't do that you just have a tinfoil hat on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forsmant View Post
    Kennedy used the treasury to issue silver baked five dollar notes. That would be a competing currency to the federal reserve note. Competition by nature is threatening.
    Sorry, that's incorrect. Executive Order 11110 authorized the treasury to issue silver certificates if and when needed, but did not actually issue them. That was nothing new; silver certs had been issued a few years before. Silver coins were still legal tender at the time, so it couldn't be considered even slightly threatening to the Fed or to anyone else.

    This is a popular idea that's been making its way through some videos and online articles, but it's not true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AceNZ View Post
    Sorry, that's incorrect. Executive Order 11110 authorized the treasury to issue silver certificates if and when needed, but did not actually issue them. That was nothing new; silver certs had been issued a few years before. Silver coins were still legal tender at the time, so it couldn't be considered even slightly threatening to the Fed or to anyone else.

    This is a popular idea that's been making its way through some videos and online articles, but it's not true.
    exactly, tinfoil hat shit 4tl

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    any currency other then the federal reserve dollar is a threat to the federal reserve which is why at the slightest sign that something might be changing they take action ... for example the most recent raids on local currencies in the US

    "Federal Reserve begins war on local currencies: Banking institutions try to maintain their stranglehold on Americans"
    http://www.chycho.com/?q=fed_war





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