Money, Money, Money Makes the World Go – Down

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by Tom Valentine

 

I can write about many topics with some authority, but economics aint one of them. So I bow to others. My friend Tony, The Geezer from Weiser, lives, eats and breathes the topic of Honest Money; He makes more uncommon good sense than others in this arena; He sent me another “rant” recently. Here it is:

“There is a never ending war between the tiny number of criminal bankers who daily commit the worst crime possible on all humanity by using the necessary medium of exchange as their means of extortion of a percentage of every last transaction which takes place almost anywhere in the world into their bulging, private assets, causing the rest of the world’s people to suffer deprivation of even the very means of existence, and, opposing them, the equally tiny number of plain citizens who understand what these bankers are doing and wish to end it by establishing honest money as the means of exchange, a war into which these bankers have introduced various means to confuse enough good people so that they never have to fear their earned comeuppance for their gross injustices.

“Those criminals have caused, too, through centuries of propaganda, the public to believe that gold is the proper basis of economics when it is, in reality, an almost worthless commodity, overly bulky, too heavy and much too malleable to be good for anything much besides jewelry and a few minor electronic applications.

“They have also, through constant insistence and criminal connivery with governments everywhere, caused the public to accept the economic poison of debt (credit) as a proper medium of exchange, with or without “gold backing;” this enforced debt of theirs being their otherwise dysfunctional vehicle for criminally screwing the whole world out of their created and natural wealth one hundred percent of the time. That is what the U.S. “debt crisis” today is all about, as in every such “crisis,” all of which are banker created for their profit and control of the world and its people.

“Now understanding an honest money system is no mystery. Honest money is a simple concept, easily understood by almost all. The reason people throw up their hands in frustration at understanding the workings of money is easily traced to the bankers’ lies and purposeful sowing of confusion. For instance, the convoluted means the federal reserve bank gets U.S. treasury bonds into its accounts in return for furnishing credit “debt” to the U.S. government is almost impossible to completely figure out for anyone not a trained CPA. In fact, it is simply a matter of the U.S. government unlawfully handing these private bankers the credit of the nation, which lawfully belongs to the American people, without any cost whatsoever to the bankers. All the unnecessary and confusing moves in the process are crafted to hide that simple fact because the people would stop the criminality and instantly hang both the bankers and the politicians if they understood it and the nation would be economically free for the first time since the Articles of Confederation.

“There are various ways of setting up honest money. One of them has already been introduced into congress by Congressman Dennis Kucinich. This one was crafted by the American Monetary Institute, the result of years of research by Stephen Zarlenga into money, proper and improper, through world history. The bankers have been careful to control all media so, if you have heard of this, it has been through private “word of mouth” style information, not the lying by omission as well as commission establishment media.

“Not my first choice, but another means to more honest money is called “Social Credit.” Social credit is basically giving every person in the nation periodically an equal share of the nation’s credit to spend for family needs. After all, this credit belongs to the people so why don’t they have access to its use?

“Some have attacked this as “welfare” and the destruction of the “work ethic,” a misguided Protestant concept established by the elitists to control the masses. This is not it’s weakness to me. I prefer methods which do not require all persons to be listed and “record kept’ by government plus be at the mercy of government to fulfill it’s obligation to deliver on the promise of periodic dispersant of its spendable credit.

“To offset social credit’s nae sayers, for all intents and purposes, the U.S. already has several forms of social credit in operation, the differences being that these forms are not universal but are arbitrarily dispersed according to government concepts of entitlement while some of the dispersal is arbitrarily taken from other, productive citizens instead of the national “storehouse” of the people’s credit.

“Some of these social credit dispersals are called “welfare,” “food stamps,” “medicare,” “unemployment,” and “social security.” (Social security is simply a tax when taken from citizens and welfare when distributed to some of them. It is not a retirement or an insurance.) As social credit, a means for citizens to acquire their needs in the market, thus fueling the economy, these programs have been working very well. As a matter of fact, these social credits are all that have been keeping the U.S. economy from plummeting into the existing black hole of the worst, by far, depression the world has ever seen. If a significant proportion of these social credits are canceled by the government the people will instantly see just how terrifying this banker devised and executed, super-criminal depression actually is.

“Honest money is a possibility but not without dedication and effort. The bankers totally own every organized avenue the public might use to eliminate them and their unlawful extortion. Ordinary citizens have no idea how many Americans in supposed positions of power are bankers’ well paid prostitutes who use that power only in an unlawful manner to keep the bankers fleecing the public and the public hamstrung from doing away with the bankers. Every dollar bill in the country which the government condones honestly falls under the definition of “counterfeit” but bills made by citizens which have no interest attached – much more honest and useful than those “official” ones which represent debt – will get the makers a long prison sentence as counterfeiters while the much worst banker criminals are government protected.

“Only a mass of aware citizens will be capable of turning this economic hell into an economic paradise. The mechanics are simple. But there must be a larger will.”

End Tony; back to me

What this country needs are people in the squares, mad as hell and calling for heads to roll. For good measure, I think a pundit, Max Keiser has good things to say:

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Tom Valentine (born August 20, 1935, same day as Ron Paul) is a businessman, writer, commentator and radio host with an anti-establishment perspective. He worked with Radio Free America from 1988 to 2004. He tends to align with issues from left and right ends of the political spectrum, as well as libertarianism. His main journalistic interests have been unorthodox health care methods and conspiracy theories. He is a believer in many alternatives as cancer cures, and believes that soy products are unhealthy for human consumption. All of his views are at odds with the mainstream medical community.