Video — “Inflation — The Secret Killer”

Here is a short intro­duc­tion to infla­tion that I pro­duced because most peo­ple are total­ly unaware or just not aware of what infla­tion is and how it is actu­al­ly caused — Enjoy:

By the way, this is dif­fer­ent con­tent from the blog entry — It just start­ed going in a dif­fer­ent direc­tion!

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Inflation — The Most Unjust of Taxes

The Romans were masters of debasing currency, or coinage as it was back then

Clipped Roman Sil­ver coins — Debase­ment alive and well long, long ago

Most peo­ple, myself includ­ed, have been sly­ly brought up to nev­er think about infla­tion as a form of direct gov­ern­ment tax­a­tion. But that is exact­ly what it is. Make no mis­take about that.

You see long ago (in days of olde, when Knights were bold), it became clear that once you start tax­ing peo­ple above the for­ties rate, at about 45% and above peo­ple start to squeal. The Kings, mon­archs, princes, and Dukes need­ed rev­enues to fund their mani­ac wars. It became clear that you just can’t keep notch­ing up the rate of tax­a­tion — much to the both­er­a­tion of the rul­ing class­es, as they would just revolt — and that was pret­ty bor­ing sit­u­a­tion to deal with.

I did­n’t take long for them to realise that all they had to do what debase the cur­ren­cy. A tech­ni­cal term for remov­ing some of the mon­ey from the mon­ey itself. Tech­ni­cal­ly it’s called steal­ing. If you tried this they would throw you in jail.

Back in the day a wedge would be cut out of the coins that were actu­al­ly made of gold, sil­ver and mix­es there­of. If the lord of the manor need­ed more mon­ey he would just legal­ly” debase the coin (cur­ren­cy of the day).

Back then it was bleed­in’ obvi­ous that some­one had hacked a chunk out of the gold coin. The more sly rulers would actu­al­ly replace the met­als with oth­ers.

Today, how­ev­er the con­trol lords have reached the ulti­mate form of debase­ment Nir­vana. This is why it can­not last. We are all total­ly blind to the debase­ment. There are two ways that are over­lords man­age this debase­ment:

  • Mon­ey Print­ing (so-called Quan­ti­ta­tive Eas­ing)
  • Frac­tion­al Reserve Bank­ing

so to con­clude — Infla­tion is used and manip­u­lat­ed by Gov­ern­ment to it’s own ends for at least half a mil­len­ni­um and that is a hard drug to give up.

We no longer have a sound eco­nom­ic finan­cial sys­tem — It has long been replaced by a dys­func­tion­al Ponzi Scheme.

Make ready your plans.

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Video — “Stop Thief!” — I am Being Robbed Blind!

Just made a Screen­cast of yes­ter­days Post called “Stop Thief! I’m being Robbed Blind!” — check-it out here:

 

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Stop Thief!” — I am Being Robbed Blind!

We are surrounded by the Thievery Coporation - arm yourself with knowledge, a plan and take action now!

The Mas­ter Thief — But just who is it?

Most of humankind are being fleeced every­day and for the most part they are not even aware of it. Let me elab­o­rate if I may. In fact this has gone on for so long (longer than any­one alive can remem­ber), and so con­sis­tent­ly that peo­ple now think that this is nor­mal. How­ev­er, I am here to tell you — this is any­thing but.

Ques­tion: What was the price of an ounce of Gold in USD on May 1st 1933?

Answer: 20.67 USD/Ounce

Ok, so anoth­er ques­tion — just to make the point.

Ques­tion: What was the price of an ounce of Gold in USD on May 1st 2013?

Answer: 1,400 USD/Ounce (approx.)

So what’s the deal here?

The point is eas­i­er to under­stand if we invert the num­bers and take the rec­i­p­ro­cal (i.e.divide 1/[gold-price]). Refer to the fol­low­ing table:

Gold Price-Change Overview (1933 – 2013)

Gold Price-Change Overview (1933 – 2013)

Now it’s a bit clear­er to see what is going on. In 1933 one US Dol­lar would buy you 1/20th on an ounce of pure gold.

But if you try that today, you are only going to get 1/1400 on ounce of Gold.

Struth, I have been robbed! And you have been unless you took the time to buy a lit­tle Gold and/or Sil­ver.

Back in 1933 the US Dol­lar was real­ly pret­ty valu­able (com­pared to today at least!).

So just how do you think this grand theft took place? Have a pon­der and I will cov­er more next time. Till then, “Keep Stackin’ ” …

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Quote — Denis Healey on Tax Evasion

Denis-Healey

The dif­fer­ence between tax avoid­ance and tax eva­sion is the thick­ness of a prison wall”

- Denis Healey (for­mer UK Chan­cel­lor of the Exche­quer 1974 — 1979)

Tax avoid­ance is sim­ply clever finan­cial plan­ning, while tax eva­sion is ille­gal. Of course, gov­ern­ments would say that would­n’t they?

More Gold­en Mon­ey Quotes

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Video — The Creature from Jekyll Island (G. Edward Griffin)

This is a must watch video. If you real­ly want to know how we got here, in the finan­cial mess that we are in today, then you need to watch this video and under­stand exact­ly how we got here.

The Fed­er­al Reserve Sys­tem is the great­est scam of all his­to­ry — Because it is NOT:

  • Fed­er­al
  • a Reserve (there are no Finan­cial Reserves)
  • a Sys­tem (it is New York based — with the illu­sion of Nation­al pres­ence)

Mr Grif­fin sites sev­en rea­sons why the Fed­er­al Reserve Sys­tem shoul be abol­ished:

  • It is inca­pable of acheiv­ing it’s stat­ed objec­tives
  • It is a Car­tel — Oper­at­ing against the pub­lic inter­est
  • It is the Supreme instru­ment of Usery
  • It gen­er­ates our most unfair tax
  • It encour­ages war
  • It desta­bilis­es the econ­o­my
  • It is an instru­ment of Total­i­te­ri­an­ism

It’s long weigh­ing in at 105 min­utes — but Mr Grif­fin is a mas­ter pub­lic speak­er, a dili­gent researcher, and above all it is high­ly enter­tain­ing piece that every­one should hear.

And know this — You can watch/listen to this video much quick­er than it took Mr Grif­fin the years of painstak­ing research, or ever to read his weighty tome as the same (which is a MUST read, btw ;-)).

Split it into two parts if you must, or more, but make sure you under­stand all that is in this great, great lec­ture.

A clos­ing thougt from Mr Grif­fin:

Fed­er­al Reserve Sys­tem does not need to be audit­ed…  It needs to be abol­ished!

 

I hear you Mr Grif­fin!

Keep stackin’ — FPOW Far­leyB

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Quote — John Adams on Enslavement

The 2nd president on the United States - John Adams

A wise and learned man from Brain­tree — that spoke much truth about pol­i­tics

 

There are two ways to con­quer and enslave a coun­try. One is by the sword. The oth­er is by debt.”

– John Adams

Note: there are claims that John Adams nev­er actu­al­ly said this. Even so, it is a great quote — wish that I had said it … 😉

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Quote — Voltaire on The Real Value of Paper Money

Voltaire

a sketch of the young Voltaire

Voltaire — A hell of a guy

 

Paper mon­ey even­tu­al­ly returns to its intrin­sic val­ue – zero.”

Voltaire believed back in the 1700’s that paper mon­ey was worth­less — Did he know that the Fed­er­al Reserve was com­ing lat­er down the road of time?

François-Marie Arou­et, known by his nom de plume Voltaire, was a French Enlight­en­ment writer, his­to­ri­an and philoso­pher, and some­one who under­stood that paper mon­ey was not real­ly mon­ey. Yep, we know that too now …

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Quote — Ludwig von Mises on the Final Collapse

Ludwig von Mises

 

Austrian Economist Ludwig von Mises

Aus­tri­an School Econ­o­mist — Lud­wig von Mis­es

 

There is no means of avoid­ing the final col­lapse of a boom brought about by cred­it expan­sion. The alter­na­tive is only whether the cri­sis should come soon­er as the result of a vol­un­tary aban­don­ment of fur­ther cred­it expan­sion or lat­er as a final and total cat­a­stro­phe of the cur­ren­cy sys­tem involved.”

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Quote — George Bernard Shaw on Government

George Bernard Shaw

Photo George Bernard Shaw

Pho­to George Bernard Shaw

You have to choose between trust­ing the nat­ur­al sta­bil­i­ty of gold and the nat­ur­al sta­bil­i­ty and hon­esty of the mem­bers of the gov­ern­ment. And with due respect for these gen­tle­men, i advise you as long as the cap­i­tal­ist sys­tem lasts, to vote for gold.”

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