Economic Terrorists: That's You

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  1. poncho

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    Mar 30, 2004
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    Turban wearing cavemen were never what the "War on Terror" was about.

    Many have said in the wake of 9/11 that the "War on Terror" was only temporarily reserved for the "Muslim extremists" but would soon include any nationality, religion, or demographic that stood in the way of the globalists' megalomaniacal designs. As we develop our knowledge of the real world around us, we begin to understand the key to real freedom - self-sufficiency and independence on a personal and local level. Realizing that real freedom also stands in the way of the globalists' designs, it was only inevitable that any attempt to become independent of their burgeoning world-spanning empire, would "make the list" of terroristic activities as well.

    While it is easy to understand a narrative of terrorism that includes bomb-vest wearing foreigners infiltrating our cities and killing people on their way to work, it becomes increasingly difficult to understand as the definition of terrorism is shifted toward you and me. Recently, Zero Hedge reported on the FBI's conviction of Bernard von NotHaus, an American who was minting his own money. This was not counterfeited US currency, rather it was a private, competing currency backed with precious metals.

    The FBI specifically mentioned "terrorism" in relation to Mr. von NotHaus's case.

    “Attempts to undermine the legitimate currency of this country are simply a unique form of domestic terrorism,” U.S. Attorney Tompkins said in announcing the verdict. “While these forms of anti-government activities do not involve violence, they are every bit as insidious and represent a clear and present danger to the economic stability of this country,” she added. “We are determined to meet these threats through infiltration, disruption, and dismantling of organizations which seek to challenge the legitimacy of our democratic form of government.”

    However, the Federal Reserve note is not legitimate currency in any shape, form or way, legally, economically, or ideologically. The US Constitution has solely given Congress the duty to issue our nation's currency and set its value (Article 1 Section 8). This is not a duty the Congress can pawn off onto the Federal Reserve - a cartel of private banks. But just as US policy is now being created and purveyed by corporate think-tanks instead of our legislative branch, our monetary policy is being created and purveyed by private banks, not our Congress.

    The threat von NotHaus posed was not to the US economy, nor the US Constitution, but rather to the corporations that have hijacked and monopolized them. By offering Americans an alternative to the private banking cartel's collapsing fiat currency, von NotHaus gave us an opportunity to entirely replace this corrupt system, become independent once again as a nation and restore the US Constitution.


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