Monday, December 15, 2008

Freedom, Liberty and Human Rights

So, what is freedom and when are you free?

Freedom is ownership of your life, your time and your property.

"The three great rights are so bound together as to be essentially one right. To give a man his life, but deny him his liberty, is to take from him all that makes his life worth living. To give him his liberty, but take from him the property which is the fruit and badge of his liberty, is to still leave him a slave."
- George Sutherland, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, 1921.

If you do not own your money (we don't, the banks own it, you can just borrow it - don't forget to give it back, now...) and you must work for a "promise to pay" (debt money) instead of payment (wealth money), and you (We The People) have to give back all of the money that you earn (in debt payment because all money is created as a loan to someone), plus a little bit more (interest and taxes), what is that called? 
In other words, What is it when you do all of the work and someone else gets all of the benefit?
Who needs a messy plantation when they can loan you eletronic digits so that you can buy a mortgage that you'll pay for three times over. You may work even harder to "maintain good credit" than if you were on the plantation! 
It's called involuntary servitude.
It's slavery, without the chains.

OK - then that means it's illegal - by definition.

Not Enough Gold

Gold Standard?
The World Is Not Enough.
Do The Math:

All the gold ever mined = 158,000 tonnes
SOURCE (#37)

Now convert 158,000 tonnes to troy ounces

Answer: 158,000 tonnes = 5,079,817,957.8 troy ounces

Now divide that many troy ounces by the number of households in the US = 112,362,848
2008, Series 1 Estimate

5,079,817,957.8 troy ounces
divided by
112,362,848 households
45.21 troy ounces per household
gold price
$822 (on December 12, 2008)
$37,162 per household
(we don't)

OK, now, pay off your car and your student loan and your credit cards and your house and...
How much gold do you have now??

Wait now... What about National debt?
What about Social Security?

If you paid your debts with gold, who ends up with the gold?

When you found all the gold in the world, what did you buy it with?
Did you have to borrow that money?

All the gold ever mined is worth approximately $4.176 Trillion.
We owe $114.5 Trillion.
($53T government/personal/business + $53T unfunded liabilities + $8.5T 2008 spree)

There is not enough gold in the world, to clean up our debt.
We'd need over 27 times the entire world's gold supply, just to break even.

You had better get behind a solution that works on the same principles as gold (wealth based money) and implement that system. We are running out of time.

The MINNESOTA TRANSPORTATION ACT answers this need, and then some.

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