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    Today, 02:30 PM
    Like everyone else I know, I heard of it for the first time ever just last year... and I have a M.A. I am warming up to it a little, but worry about Reparations coming next.
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    Today, 02:28 PM
    Pope owns U.S. behind the scenes... they will say.
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    Today, 02:23 PM
    he was a snake oil salesman.
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    06-15-2021, 03:40 PM
    Inflation of Assets is the true driver of wealth disparity, because wealth today is simply an affect of asset accumulation then inflation. When the working man has to borrow to buy, the working man works for the bank. Our system is a system of indentured servitude and the total debasement of morality in economics, it is the philosophical split that ripped ethics out of economics since Adam Smith was paid to write the Wealth of Nations by the bankers. SCAM from DAY ONE.
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    06-10-2021, 03:56 PM
    Gold and Silver have intrinsic value not only from historical use but for their metallic properties. Use of bitcoin or anything else between parties is not the same as legal tender. Legal tender demands it MUST be accepted. Ron was being ambiguous by saying put bitcoin on tax free status "on par" with the dollar while leaving the legal tender aspect unresolved, so we were left to consider his position against ANY legal tender. Government today does almost everything wrong, and that's not going to change. This is one reason why I don't even support our form of government anymore.
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    06-10-2021, 12:01 PM
    Gold and Silver do have intrinsic value for many reasons. Anyway, you'll have a lot of repealing to do, if your dream is what you express. I don't agree with it or find it in any way beneficial, so I don't see a reason to continue the conversation.
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    06-10-2021, 07:23 AM
    I've pretty much ceased having any active, least of all hopeful thoughts or discussions regarding the financial state and ownership of this country we live in. But since you ask, greenbacks would be preferable to what we have now. That doesn't mean it's what I would support if we were starting from scratch. I believe money should have intrinsic value above and beyond the fiat mandate of the government. I do not believe that "cryptocurrencies" fill that requirement, nor to they exist as tangible, real assets of any sort. The most consitutional money is gold and silver. I oppose automatic money supply expansion via debt, wall street speculation and collusion, independent market pricing of the national (or state) currency, and especially any form of purported currency that is owned and issued by anyone other than the sovereign entity. Therefore, something along the line of United States Notes, backed by gold or silver, in denominations thereof, and restricted in a standardized supply set by law and in harmony with the responsible capabilities of the natural world and its protection would be my choice. I would also re-set the playing table before this happened, so that the present perversely established and astronomically affluent uber-elites would have a significant portion of their current worth not entirely redeemable into the new sound money supply, because if they were allowed full redemption, the needs of the public would suffer in the same manner they already do, which is giving us political bolshevism. So we have to create a much more level ground.
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    06-09-2021, 11:35 AM
    Dude, you're just plain wrong. It isn't about 1913. The Legal Tender Act was in 1862, and it was ruled Consitutional in 1863. The demands for what IS money and HOW money should be regulated are in the damn U.S. Constitution and subsequent laws. I do not wish to discuss this topic with you or Invisble any longer.
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    06-09-2021, 09:09 AM
    I already did that but for some reason you still don't grasp the distinctions. People are already "free to make arrangements with one another using whatever the parties involved choose to use as payment". That has always been the case and is not even relevant to the topic.
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    06-08-2021, 02:37 PM
    I think I said what I wanted to. No reason to beat a dead horse. He wants bitcoin to enjoy all the same treatments as the dollar, which means the same as Federal Reserve Notes and United States Notes. https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/faqs/Currency/Pages/legal-tender.aspx
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    06-08-2021, 01:27 PM
    Ron is against all legal tender. He's been against legal tender for a long time, even introduced a bill in 2003 to that effect. When he says allow bitcoin to compete fully with the dollar, he means more than just not taxable. He means legal tender, just like El Salvadorian president wants to do. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=ron+paul+%22legal+tender+laws%22&t=ffsb&ia=web
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    06-08-2021, 12:29 PM
    This is incorrect. Andrew Jackson opposed the formation of a private interest central bank for the same reasons Jefferson and many others did. He knew it was composed of foreign oligarchs and un-American monopolists who sought to take the country over. Well, this already happened. Now, you don't oppose it by keeping that in place and giving another, even worse thing the same power. All the same arguments he made to oppose the private bank can be applied to a private cyptocurrency regime. The same people created it. They own it. Wake UP. They want traceable, trackable, surveilled, and worthless money that is NOT EVEN within the political ability of the public to affect. If you think the Fed is bad, and it IS, someday you will understand why the same people created cryptos. It's just more of their own skrill. It enforces their power even harder and more effectively. http://www.campaignforliberty.org/andrew-jackson-and-the-central-bank
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    06-08-2021, 12:11 PM
    Yes he does, because the dollar is the only money. By making bitcoin the same as the dollar, it elevates bitcoin to special status indeed, and the beneficiaries are not the people, but the global oligarchy and secret groups who run it. Money is not just a thing you trade for other stuff. If that were true, why did Andrew Jackson fight the private central bank? Why did Jefferson warn against the same, and insist upon the public ownership of banks?
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    06-08-2021, 11:52 AM
    Let's affirm first, about making bitcion non-taxable and money (legal currency), which is what Ron supports. You don't get taxed for holding dollars. So he thinks we should have a digital currency, NOT accountable to the people or their government, that the holders thereof benefit from its rise in value without taxation, because it is NOT AN ASSET, it is CURRENCY. So - I argue the cryptoassets - digital assets - should NOT be currency but stay as assets. Do you want a digital transaction society ? This is the one world scheme.. NO ACCOUNTABILITY to the governments. BROKE governments. Who do you think created cryptos? Who owns them, and the networks? Who shut down Mt. Gox and murdered Autumn Radtke, took over and started the Dark Web? Who is "Satoshi"? Why does Bill Gates patent link cryptocurrency payment systems with human biology in a patent numbered 666? You consider these things. Then remember why the dollar lost value - because of the plot to form the Federal Reserve, and who debased the dollar, whose interests did FDR act under in 1933? Ron said: “My concern is that governments over centuries have been notoriously very eager to have control of the money. Believe me, they will not give up control of money,” he emphasized. (link I posted already) Contrarily, I would say, his concern should be that governments were not eager ENOUGH to have control of the money. That is how the people and the states lost power to the cabal. That is how they came to own us like cattle and direct our lives. Freedom doesn't arise when control is rescinded, as it was by our representatives. Freedom will not increase if we adopt just another tool, even more nefarious, from the same cabal, and this time the repurcussions are much more transformative than mere inflation.
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    06-08-2021, 08:04 AM
    I for one am disappointed in his position vis-a-vis cryptocurrencies. here is another article containing recent things Ron has said: https://www.bitcoin-accepted.com/2021/06/03/ron-paul-wants-bitcoin-totally-legalized-to-compete-with-dollar-and-let-the-people-decide-featured-bitcoin-news/
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    06-08-2021, 07:57 AM
    I guess you didn't look at the links? Here's one. There ARE quotes. I disagree with Ron Paul on every single point he makes in this new position of his concerning cryptocurrencies. https://www.bitcoin-accepted.com/2021/06/03/ron-paul-wants-bitcoin-totally-legalized-to-compete-with-dollar-and-let-the-people-decide-featured-bitcoin-news/
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    06-07-2021, 04:57 PM
    ok. here has the quotes.. https://duckduckgo.com/?q=ron+paul+bitcoin&t=ffsb&df=w&ia=web and you may watch his speech at the bitcoin conference here on this forum. No, the government is not obligated to tax anything. I didn't say that. But to make cryptos have the same status as the dollar would make it untax-ABLE, and to make it legal for all debts. This is what El Salvadorian president is trying to do, although I doubt he will succeed for long.
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    06-07-2021, 04:22 PM
    That's not what Ron was talking about... I realize if "two people" make an agreement, etc...the law doesn't stand in the way of that at all. But you can see how this is pushed to expand far, far beyond a simple transaction of an asset. What Ron said is that bitcoin should not be treated as an asset at all. It should be treated as MONEY... meaning that it should not be taxable as other assets are. Now, to be fair, he does say the same about gold, but I would argue that gold and silver have that expressed designation already in the Consitution. Cryptos do not. So, for this and many other reasons, I think he's dangerously wrong. Cryptocurrencies are a plot to enslave the public and price them out, and make accountability disappear. One thing a truly free people must control is their MONEY and the nature of it. In today's world, when the oligarchy owns a gazillion times more wealth than the public, the public can never be free if its ability to shape the nature of currency is stolen from it. There are a multitude of other issues with cryptos besides these points that make them uniquely advantageous to the One World Order.
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    06-07-2021, 04:06 PM
    He should change his surname to Le Tard.
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    06-07-2021, 04:02 PM
    Odd. I guess you're not famlliar with the Consitution, historical reasons why the money power must be connected at the hip to political responsibility, or to the true nature of these so-called cryptocurrencies.
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    06-07-2021, 03:50 PM
    Current law already demands that. Which is why bitcoin is not "money" in the US.
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    06-07-2021, 03:22 PM
    Good question... and given Ron's open support of making bitcion legal tender, and competing against the dollar, which I also regard as a total affront to the Constitution, and a move that would only increase the criminal elite power, perhaps I should stop posting here.
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    06-06-2021, 01:18 PM
    It's straight out of the Communist Manifesto. https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/biden-unveils-trillion-2022-budget-includes-costly-pandemic/story?id=77966651 Notice that the Demopublicans are more pushy to implement the planks, and the Republicrats prefer a slower approach. As always "compromise" will keep the agenda going full-bore. There is no way out. This is what Americans WANT now.
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    06-06-2021, 11:29 AM
    Snowball replied to a thread Nukes? in U.S. Political News
    The people the public think control this country do not control this country, and the Shadow government is not responsible to any of our elected officials.
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    06-05-2021, 08:20 AM
    Good luck. See you around.
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    06-05-2021, 08:19 AM
    Snowball replied to a thread Nukes? in U.S. Political News
    Good little propaganda consumer. Accept the presentation at face value, react, and assimilate. Approve of the endless military spending, black budget and upgrading of nuclear arsenal. Approve of American aggression overseas. Worry about the MIC because the MIC protects you from the Yellow Peril. The fact is, many countries prefer to do business with the Chinese rather than the U.S. and its corporations, the IMF and the World Bank. China and Russia are only acting defensively. They know they are marked for regime change. It is American policy that forces them to militarize. The USA is the bully of the NWO.
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    06-05-2021, 08:18 AM
    None of this crap matters. It's all designed to get us talking about and worried about fictional storylines.
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    06-05-2021, 08:16 AM
    Wrong. They want the weak to survive. The strong have been marginalised, disenfranchised and targeted for decades. They want dependents and workers only.
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    06-03-2021, 04:54 PM
    Texan is right, if you have no ties and know nobody, you have to visit these places, or make an investment in land or housing. Investment can be a good excuse to form ties. As you know, real estate values in the U.S. are in a bubble, and the dollar purchasing power is only going to keep declining. It all depends what you like. Since you are raising a family, you might as well stay. Just don't expect anything to get better. I don't even feel comfortable in public anymore.
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