|From:||lawrence sarsoun (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Sent:||Wed 12/12/12 3:42 PM|
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After the Jews had been in Egypt for decades and God had told them it was time to leave for the Promised Land, He gave them instructions so that they would not leave empty-handed. They were instructed to borrow from the Egyptians Silver and Gold. Now this Silver and gold, that they were to “borrow” was actually a payment for all the years, the decades, they had labored under the Egyptians as their slaves. This was the spoils that an enslaved nation was taking for the years of enslavement. Now think about it, do you think that the silver and gold that they had “borrowed” was ever really going to be paid back? The Jews were leaving Egypt – Did anyone think the gold and silver were going to be paid back? Were the Jews going to send it back somehow or other to their previous captors? I have searched high and low in the Bible to see if any mention is made that they. somehow or other, paid back that which they had “borrowed” prior to leaving for the Promise Land. No, this was no longer “borrowed”, it was “spoil”, that which is taken in battle over an enemy as recompense for victory, as recompense for the decades of slavery at the hands of the Egyptians.
So likewise we can be recompensed for the decades of slavery in this Babylonian money system which has seen our labor, our hard work, our slavery, taken from us by sleight, by deception, by a Big Lie. We can, by a simple letter, slay our captors and free ourselves from this bondage by the truth. The Federal Reserve, which is neither Federal nor has any reserves, was formed almost 100 years ago in suspect surroundings (as was the infamous IRS). Some say they caused the crash of 1929, by manipulating the market. As a result, in 1933, we saw our gold money taken from us (where did it go, who has it now?). Prior to 1965,the Notes (a note is evidence of debt) of this same Federal Reserve piously announced that their notes were redeemable in “lawful” money. But after 1965, the notes no longer proclaimed any ties to redeemability. Caveat emptor, take it or leave it, was their declaration since. At the same time, any connection to legitimate money was also removed. Now the dollar was no longer tied to silver. The silver was gone, taken by sleight, so that as that moment, we no longer had money in the land. Truly as in the days of Genesis, the money had failed, the money was dead. But the Big Lie this time was swallowed hook line and sinker by a nation of people who had been taught that a piece of paper was the same thing as a coin of precious metal. AND THE IGNORANT PEOPLE BOUGHT IT, THEY REALLY BELIEVED THIS LIE. They signed contracts for dollars, even though they did not receive any dollars, and were not being paid any dollars. They signed contracts for dollars, even though their government was no longer minting such dollars. They have labored for 4 decades under the illusion of a Big Lie, that a piece of paper could be the same as a coin of precious metal.
But now is the time of Jubilee, it is a time of coming out of Egypt, of going to the Promised Land. And it will be done by LAW. The Constitution of this land says “No states shall make any thing but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debt. Now has anyone borrowed silver or gold in the past 47 years? NO. Since no gold and silver were borrowed, hence, no gold nor silver need be paid back. Besides, there is NONE! The Congress has failed in it’s duty to coin us, we the people, money. There has been no money for the last 47 years. No large national debt, no debt, period. Hallelujah!!! When you “pay” your bills (which you no longer can, or need to), insert this letter and a copy of Article 1, section 10 of the Constitution into the envelope and watch for their reaction. Enclose these inqueries in with each “payment” and share with your neighbors the reactions of the “Egyptians” as we come out into freedom.
With today’s (Friday April 6th) employment numbers being deplorable, this is the beginning of the end. Look at Barcharts, the indices have gone over the cliff. It is time to buy all the inverse. If you want to pick and choose, pick the cheap ones, but get something.
Why there is no large “Trillion dollar national debt”. A casual exploration of two sections of the Constitution can quickly get us out of the so-called national debt quagmire. Article 1, section 8, is that section where we, the people, tell our elected SERVANTS what WE want them to do regarding things like borrowing, and money (we want coins for money), and article 1, section 10, the money can only be gold and silver coined money. Debts, like borrowing, can only be coined gold and silver. Now, since there is a finite amount of gold and silver available to planet earth to find, dig up, refine, send to the mint for them to coin, and lastly, for that coin to be borrowed, there is therefore a limited amount of money that can be borrowed.
Now, we know that, at some time or other, some bright person came up with the idea of paper notes for money, so that we wouldn’t be encumbered by the old fashioned concept of dealing with coins. Coins were good insofar as they were HONEST, you could weigh them and check for their purity. Notes for money could be honest only if you could convert the notes (redeem them), but once no longer redeemable, they failed miserably as store of value money. We were at the mercy of the printer, the more they printed, the less the notes were worth (it’s called inflation). Our own Greenbacks were honest notes, it took awhile after the Civil War for all the notes to be paid off, but they were (to Mr. Lincoln’s credit). But not so with the Federal Reserve Notes issued since 1965. These notes made a claim to legitimacy, the legend on the 1965 note said “These notes are legal tender for all debts, public and private, and are redeemable in lawful money at the United States Treasury, or at any Federal Reserve bank.” So your reporter went to such, and sought to obtain his lawful money. He was rebuffed, and sent away. The lawful money was the gold and silver coin. The gold had been stolen in 1933, and the silver was stolen in 1965. Therefore, I can say with certainty, there is no money in the U.S. And because there has been no money in the U.S. for decades, there has been no legitimate borrowing for the last 45 years or so.
In our ETF accounts, we are buying DOG, MARKET OR 3591 STOP.
Author of “America’s Monetary Mess”
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