NEVER TOLERATE TYRANNY!....Conservative voices from the GRASSROOTS.
FROM KEITH BROADERS
Currency is paper that represents a debt, while money is a token that represents wealth. When paper is used as money the people that use it are debtors and those that print it are the creditors. Governments and bankers love paper money because it allows them to control the lives, liberty and property of the people.
There are just two ways to enslave a man or a nation. One is with the sword and the other is with debt. When a man borrows becomes the slave to the lender and voluntarily surrenders his status as a free man. The financial institutions that control the issuance of our nation's currency have turned a nation of free men and women into perpetual debt slaves.
The colonies were virtually bankrupt at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War and in order to stay afloat financially, the framers of the Constitution agreed to pay all debts with gold. The problems was that the fledgling nation did not have the gold they needed to pay the debt, so they had to borrow the gold from the nations that did. They also had to borrow gold to from the International Bankers to pay the interest on the debt.
If there was no international debt, no gold would be needed to pay off the debt that did not exist.
Financing the nation by borrowing money stripped the colonies of their status as independent nations and returned them to colonial status under the British Crown. Instead of being free and independent souls living on the land we became subjects of the British Monarchy.
The Constitution does not tell the people what we can and can not do. It is a document that governs the government. As free and independent individuals we have a right to contract with one another for the goods and services we want. If a buyer is willing to accept a basket of fish for a bushel of apples they have a right to make the exchange. If a buyer is willing to accept a hour of a man's labor for loaf of bread, the government has not right to interfere with their transaction.
Money is a representation of wealth, It is the product of a man's time, talent and ingenuity. If a man wants more money all he needs to do is produce more of the things that other people want. In this way the creator of the money is free to accumulate as much or as little wealth as they desire. When we rely on the banks and governments to issue the money, it will always be distributed to the few at the expense of the many.
When a man becomes an employee, he trades his liberty for currency and becomes an indentured servant. When another man controls your time, talent and creative capacity, he is the master and you are the slave.