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Forum Post: The fraudulent value of money

Posted 11 months ago on May 17, 2013, 7:28 a.m. EST by arturo (3169) from Shanghai, Shanghai
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While most Americans realize the crisis in our nation and world is nearing a tipping point, they are still inhibited by a belief in the fraudulent value of money as the basis of the cause and solution to this crisis. The fiat money system of the European oligarchs is bankrupt, so they are going for end-game, running terror operations and banking coups, to kill off the population.

Saving civilization from this mass genocide, requires the immediate reinstatement of Glass-Steagall (H.R. 129) and the American credit system; yet, these solutions to put them out of power are not just banking reforms and different economic policies. Understanding this requires a revolution in your mind, and your concept of how our founding fathers established a principle of credit, within the powers of the Constitution, so you could create a world free of empire, where mankind would flourish by using its innate ability to create more wealth than it consumes.

As Alexander Hamilton understood, we could beat the British militarily, but if the minds of their coming generations (i.e., you) were not capable of producing the machines, growing the crops, and exerting dominion over our biosphere, then we would not keep this republic. Thus, his invention, the nationally regulated commercial banking system, broke completely with the British Empire's definition of money and economics. Today, after decades of cultural warfare, most Americans think of "credit" not as how the future is built, as Hamilton intended, but as the oligarchy does.

By convincing you to reject the principles stated in our Constitution and its Preamble, falling victim to the foolish belief that you can survive if you have your money, you were then tangled in the web of an ugly queen spider. That is how the majority of the people in our nation were duped to destroy it, and that has been the destruction of all sovereign nations of Europe by the European Union.

To think like an American, to produce more than you consume, to subdue the earth and replenish it, requires inventing new technologies that increase the output of labor. Money as such, becomes the slave of increasing human progress, as when we built the transcontinental railroad, and landed a man on the moon.

The oligarchic view, arbitrarily inserts money as the limit of progress; if you have access to it you can prosper, if you don't, you can die as a slave for those who do; if you buck their system and create your own means of exchange, dedicated to facilitating a republic "of, by, and for the people", then you've launched the American Revolution.

The way the oligarchy keeps in control, is by fooling you into thinking their power, and your power, is in who has the money. But it's only money! The American System of economics is not based on money supply, cheap labor, or mysterious market forces. The credit system Hamilton created recognizes the purpose of an economy, in a republic, is to nurture and stimulate the human mind toward discoveries and inventions, increasing the ability of the next generations to thrive by the work accomplished today. Not to scrounge and sacrifice in the mad pursuit of evanescent profits.

Once you begin educating yourself in the laws of nature, using reason to think beyond the conflicting experiences of what you see and what you're told, and choose to live for the better world we're destined to create, only then have you broken free from the mental chains of mere money.

This is the power of Glass-Steagall, this is what American credit represents, and this is why you must drop every excuse and fight now to push this revolution through the state and federal governments.

http://larouchepac.com/node/26396

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[-] 0 points by Shule (1561) 11 months ago

Depending on where you buy, and the degree of softness, a role of toilet paper costs about 80 cents. If we can allow that to be the initial exchange rate, we now have a competing currency to the U.S. dollar!

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