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End the Federal Reserve


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2022 Jul 5, 1:40pm   33,600 views  305 comments

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https://rudy.substack.com/p/qt-stands-for-they-lie



It seems that Fed employees know how to get rich betraying the public.

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267   AD   2024 Apr 2, 5:36pm  

NuttBoxer says

The "creation" referenced in the Constitution refers specifically to specie, the only real money. Governments role is more in the realm of standardizing weights and measures, and even that is really still set by the market.
What I'm saying is there is not Constitutional provision that allows for mass printing, and only central bankers would want you to think there is.


Exactly, the Constitution is about the federal government overseeing the coining of money and to protect the public from counterfeit fraud. It was to establish standard currency to ensure free and legal interstate commerce.

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268   richwicks   2024 Apr 2, 9:00pm  

AD says

Exactly, the Constitution is about the federal government overseeing the coining of money and to protect the public from counterfeit fraud. It was to establish standard currency to ensure free and legal interstate commerce.


You realize what happened don't you?

The Federal Reserve created more currency than they had specie for, this caused the "roaring 20's" but at the end of it with a credit contraction, they were shown to be acting in fraud - and they should have been disbanded (and executed, you can execute people for counterfeiting which is what they did), and gold was made illegal for Americans to own, and the dollar remained convertible to gold still but only outside of the nation. This was at a fixed rate from $35 an ounce (down from $20 an ounce about pre 1933).

The Federal Reserve keeps doing this, but good luck getting the average Joe Six Pack to understand that. The Federal Reserve really is as federal as Federal Express. It should be all rights be abolished, but if it was, it would really F up our system. In time, we WILL come kicking and screaming back to a specie standard, and you'll be able to buy a house for 10 ounces of gold, but you'll think twice about doing it, because you'll be buying a house in a war zone.
270   AD   2024 Apr 12, 10:41pm  

richwicks says

you'll be able to buy a house for 10 ounces of gold, but you'll think twice about doing it, because you'll be buying a house in a war zone.


I agree if the system collapses and the dollar goes to shit then we'll need lead more than silver and gold , and lots of lead in the form of 9 mm and 223 Remington. It will be based on bartering and also vital skills and supplies like food and potable water will be only valued.

Maybe when the system recovers, then gold could be used for currency.
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271   richwicks   2024 Apr 13, 5:23am  

AD says

richwicks says


you'll be able to buy a house for 10 ounces of gold, but you'll think twice about doing it, because you'll be buying a house in a war zone.


I agree if the system collapses and the dollar goes to shit then we'll need lead more than silver and gold , and lots of lead in the form of 9 mm and 223 Remington. It will be based on bartering and also vital skills and supplies like food and potable water will be only valued.

Maybe when the system recovers, then gold could be used for currency.
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It's maddening to see a slow train wreck and having no ability to prevent it.
275   UkraineIsTotallyFucked   2024 Apr 16, 8:37am  

Patrick says






While they fuck you in the ass, they fuck you in the face is why.
276   AmericanKulak   2024 Apr 16, 11:05pm  

AD says


I agree if the system collapses and the dollar goes to shit then we'll need lead more than silver and gold , and lots of lead in the form of 9 mm and 223 Remington. It will be based on bartering and also vital skills and supplies like food and potable water will be only valued.


Yep! Just want to pimp this excellent book on the TEOTWAKI 0subject again:

https://www.amazon.com/SHTF-Survival-Stories-Memories-Balkan/dp/B084DGF9QD

So many interesting observations and experiences, the best being that the Grey Market will be run by the Milita/Mafia, so if you're seen doling out silver rounds, they're going to follow you home, kill you and your family, and take your stash. Ditto if you whip out a plastic roll of silver rounds to bribe your way past a checkpoint. In fact, just possessing a single mini bar or coin will cause interest. And the guy you're buying from, whose ass does he need to kiss and who does he know?

Those guys will beat and snuff out any "Har, har, I prepped with coins and nobody else did, nyah nyah" of a pompous prepper pretty powerfully.

The better thing to do is wear some cheaper silver/gold jewelry like a thin chain and say "Oh, my grandma gave this to me for my communion, it's all I have", which satisifes the Greed AND the Thug Ego of the bad guys. "Ha, ha, little shit had to give me his communion necklace. We bad mothers!"

Grey Man and inconspicuous is the lifesaver.

Another glimmer of hope was that "Hey, but under socialism you guys had to give up all your guns, so how did you have weapons?"

And Selco was like "Well, that was the law, but... we still had a few old rifles laying around here and there."

I might be repeating myself, but I hope for your forebearance. Somethings just trigger the connections and I gotta share.
280   GNL   2024 Apr 25, 8:44pm  

richwicks says

AD says


whats are the implications for those who own Silver Trust (ticker: SLV) ?


SLV is used to buy options to suppress the price if the material.

If every American just bought 2 ounces of silver per year, that would consume every available ounce mined in a year. It would break everything.

A good reason to trade in silver with each other as, I believe, Patrick has been saying.
281   HeadSet   2024 Apr 26, 6:25am  

GNL says

f every American just bought 2 ounces of silver per year, that would consume every available ounce mined in a year.

Back in the days of film cameras, people could easily use 2 oz of silver per year.
282   GNL   2024 Apr 26, 6:31am  

HeadSet says

GNL says


f every American just bought 2 ounces of silver per year, that would consume every available ounce mined in a year.

Back in the days of film cameras, people could easily use 2 oz of silver per year.

But how many people are we talking about? Here, we're/Patrick is talking about over 300 million Americans.
283   UkraineIsTotallyFucked   2024 Apr 26, 9:12am  

GNL says

But how many people are we talking about? Here, we're/Patrick is talking about over 300 million Americans.


The silver in that process was mostly recycled.
285   richwicks   2024 May 1, 12:04am  

NuttBoxer says






I'm doubtful of this. Why would a bunch of American oligarchs be on a ship from England to the United States?

That's not explained. They had to be meeting up. I think this is misdirection.
286   richwicks   2024 May 1, 12:10am  

HeadSet says


GNL says


f every American just bought 2 ounces of silver per year, that would consume every available ounce mined in a year.

Back in the days of film cameras, people could easily use 2 oz of silver per year.



There are about 700 million ounces of silver produced per year, our population is 350 million now. If every human being buys just 2 ounces in the US (and they won't but some will buy much more) it brankrupts the system.

The coins we had were melted down and refined in the 60's and 70's and probably 80's.

I can't trust statistics, but IF I were to, we can trivially bankrupt our government. I've bought precious metals, it's a fucking hassle, they don't want you to do it - therefore you should do it. There's a lot of hurdles and you have to expose information, you can't just give a gold/silver dealer a few 1000 dollars and walk out.

Try it, see how regulated it is. Buy 2 grand of silver, although - I think you should wait, the price will go down - but if you have money to burn go ahead, see the headache you have to go through to purchase.

I bought decades ago, I'm clear. But now, I have the problem of how to sell. I have a bunch of contraband wealth, and I don't trust my evil government. We don't need some human being to observe us anymore, just an algorithm, and I've already had assholes from the FIB try to intimidate me, but I think that is from my posts on social media. I shook that cunt up, she had no idea what a criminal syndicate she worked for, and I do. Maybe she thought I was crazy, but I could reference everything. Once I was done, she was definitely shaking, almost crying - these stupid fucking animals have no idea what they are doing - but I still have compassion and sympathy for them. They're just brainwashed. You honestly have no idea what you support or what you are doing. I've told you, you ignore it. It's immensely frustrating, it's really like being a cow trying to explain that the slaughterhouse is death to the other cows.

"Well the farmer has always been nice". Yeah except for one day. I just see cattle around me. They aren't trying to kill you directly, not if you're in the system and helping them, but they kill your children and so on. I am in the frog in the boiling pot of water, you're not. I know it is heating up, you can't feel it.
288   Onvacation   2024 May 1, 8:03am  

richwicks says

There's a lot of hurdles and you have to expose information, you can't just give a gold/silver dealer a few 1000 dollars and walk out.

Actually, just walk into a pawn/gold/silver shop lay down a couple grand and walk out with a hundred ounces of silver. If you buy more than $2,000 you don't have to pay taxes.

If the shop owner asks for your ID or other info (they won't) just take your money to a different shop. The metal shops I know of are run by Libertarian types. They don't want to deal with bureaucratic bullshit.
289   just_passing_through   2024 May 1, 8:39am  

Onvacation says

Actually, just walk into a pawn/gold/silver shop lay down a couple grand and walk out with a hundred ounces of silver. If you buy more than $2,000 you don't have to pay taxes.


More than a couple of grand these days for 100 - even without the premiums. Great tip though!
290   NuttBoxer   2024 May 1, 11:20am  

richwicks says

I'm doubtful of this. Why would a bunch of American oligarchs be on a ship from England to the United States?


GOOD question!
295   HeadSet   2024 May 5, 7:44pm  

Patrick says





No, the Fed would have been the iceberg.
296   AmericanKulak   2024 May 5, 7:44pm  

A classic Jekyll Island Documentary

(2 hr video at link)
https://x.com/RedpillDrifter/status/1759680379462799724
297   Patrick   2024 May 5, 9:44pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/the-chair-of-the-council-of-economic-advisers-for-president-biden-has-no-idea-how-bonds-work-


The chair of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Biden has no idea how money printing and bonds work...

Holy moly we are in for an absolute train wreck, aren't we?

Watch one of the president's top economic advisors try and explain how money works. ...







300   richwicks   2024 May 7, 5:37pm  

UkraineIsTotallyFucked says

Patrick says







Both.


No, dollars are worth less.

We reduce costs constantly.
303   Patrick   2024 May 17, 1:56pm  

https://www.coffeeandcovid.com/p/flaring-up-friday-may-17-2024-c-and


In a slightly more interesting related story, completely ignored by corporate media, Benzinga (a financial rag) ran a story yesterday headlined, “Marjorie Taylor Greene Ally Thomas Massie Introduces 'End The Fed' Bill To Abolish The US Central Bank: 'Americans Are Suffering Under Crippling Inflation’”



The bill — which while entertaining, is going nowhere, and will be completely submerged by government captured media — resulted from a poll Massie ran Tuesday on his Twitter/X page. The poll asked his 780,000 followers whether they thought the Congressman should propose a bill abolishing the Federal Reserve. An astounding 86.6% of the 115,000 voting said they wanted to “End the Fed,” while only 2.8% voted to preserve intact the controversial institution.

The bright side is that the conversation about the Federal Reserve’s utility or uselessness continues. By my quick research, it looks like Ron Paul filed similar Fed-ending bills in 1999 and 2013. So it appears Representative Massie is now carrying the torch of freedom.

Godspeed, Mr. Massie. You have my vote.
304   Patrick   2024 May 17, 2:58pm  

https://chrisbray.substack.com/p/marked-to-market


In other news, Major League Baseball has announced that each runner crossing home plate will be awarded three runs. This will make players more skilled, because they’ll score more runs. Baseball’s headed for record highs, Ted Lieu.
305   Ceffer   2024 May 17, 3:02pm  

The size of the net money bin pile has gone back to roughly to where it was before the Covid Fraud-Election Fraud-Biden nightmare. The only problem is the spending power through inflation taxation is at least 30 percent less.

You're welcome, Ukraine (Israel?). Decaying infrastructure, declining social services, information terrorism and open borders was so worth it.

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