“This Act establishes the most gigantic trust on earth…. When the President signs this Act, the invisible government by the money power, proven to exist by the Money Trust Investigation, will be legalized…. The new law will create inflation whenever the trust wants inflation…. From now on, depression will be scientifically created.”
— Source: Senator Charles Lindbergh Sr., Nov. 1912 (father of the aviator, author of book Banking and Currency and The Money Trust, 1913)
Both Al Qaeda and the Islamic State (ISIS) are creations of US intelligence.
War has become peace. Realities have been turned upside down.
Trump’s illegal punitive airstrikes against Syria are heralded as a humanitarian act against Bashar Al Assad who is “killing his own people”. …
A remarkable feat of propaganda and social control.
A bill recently introduced in Texas seeks to obliterate the Federal Reserve’s much-maligned monopoly on currency by establishing gold and silver as legal tender — but the groundbreaking legislation, if passed, would also prohibit those precious metals from being seized by State authorities.
If passed, Texans would secure stability by reclaiming their purchasing power — without being subject to the whims of The Fed — an institution widely regarded as a devious manipulator of currencies and markets.
Senator Bob Hall introduced the bill last month, which, the Tenth Amendment Center explains, “declares specifically that certain gold and silver coins are legal tender, and prohibits any tax, charge, assessment, fee, or penalty on any exchange of Federal Reserve notes (dollars) for gold or silver. The bill authorizes the payment of taxes and fees in gold & silver in certain circumstances. It would also prohibit the seizure of gold or silver by state authorities.”
Further subverting the current economy’s fealty to Dr. Ron Paul’s Enemy Number One, SB 2097, as the legislation is better known, would prevent any contracts explicitly to be paid in silver or gold to be instead paid with Federal Reserve notes — if you agree to pay in precious coins, you cannot then proffer payment in dollars.
Enforcing such contracts legally, the Tenth Amendment Center notes, would encourage their proliferation — and that of gold and silver coinage….