Tag Archives: money

Georgia on My Mind

BitCoin as a keychain. Kelly Loeffler is hot and heavy with BitCoin, which is not your friend.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is poised to select Kelly Loeffler to replace Georgia’s retiring Republican Senator Johnny Isakson. Kemp’s choice has provoked vehement opposition from conservative Georgians and the White House. Why is Kemp’s choice so controversial?

End the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve. Out to destroy the economy now? Its paper money system is another big business product no one thinks about



I have said that if I were elected, two of the first things on my agenda would be getting the United States out of the United Nations and ending the Federal Reserve. Why do I believe so strongly that the United States should end the Federal Reserve’s control of the monetary system?

End of cash

Bribery in immigration reform isn't done quite this way, but the results are the same. More than that: the Las Vegas shooting could be all about money, insider trading, short sales--and murder. And more: our elected leaders don't know how to handle money. On the flip side, debt in America is leading to universal peonage.

We are continuing our series on Western Civilization, its destruction, and what that means for us today. Last time we talked about “financialization,” and how banks have used up all their money-printing and credit-bubble weapons in an effort to stave off the deflationary collapse in asset values they have caused. In closing last week, I posed a question referring to central banks: What else can they do? Today we are going to discuss the answer to that question – the last nail in the coffin of Western Civilization, and the opening of the door to total government. Fascist tyranny will be the elimination of cash.

Socialism: not manna

The faces of collectivism, communism, and to a lesser degree, socialism. Note Mao - because cultural upheaval is made in China. The clock is ticking. Will a descendant of these three win? The Equality Act furthers this goal.

Advocates of socialism, like Bernie Sanders, want the American people to believe they will be rained upon by a plethora of free stuff, like manna from heaven. Those who are naïve and gullible enough to believe this palaver will have a very long wait ahead of them. Nothing in life is free. It is only gained by hard work, industry and the freedom and independence to go out into the world with the willpower and determination to get things done.

Federal Reserve enslaves us

Don't trust this institution. The Federal Reserve or Fed is a sign of at least one end times fulfilment.

The Federal Reserve System has stood for more than a hundred years. It has in that time held the citizens and lawful residents of the United States in the gentlest kind of slavery. (For what slavery is more gentle than the kind people don’t even recognize as such?) Gentle it may be, but slavery is still slavery. And that slavery extends worldwide, wherever anyone holds or accepts United States dollars. But few realize that the Federal Reserve System is not a government entity. It is a public-private partnership. A partnership having its founding basis in fraud.

Cyprus – canary in the mine

This soldier was in Cyprus in 1974. Will a soldier like that be patrolling in the USA?

Cyprus has a long and troubled history – pawn in war for thousands of years, divided to this day between Greece and Turkey. Today, like a canary in a coal mine, Cyprus signals the total economic and social collapse that threatens all Western economies, This should surprise no one.

Ryan budget plan focus of campaign

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI-1), contender in the Vice Presidential debate

Representative Paul Ryan first introduced the Ryan budget plan in 2008. This year, the House passed a version of it. Now he has a new version on his House web page. Supporters and opponents both focused on the Ryan budget plan as soon as Mitt Romney nominated Ryan for Vice President. This should surprise no one. Paul Ryan has a plan; the putative President does not. That plan does not impose Greek-style austerity. It does promise to balance the budget in the only way one can balance it: by cutting spending. When he wrote it, Paul Ryan faced reality, both financial and political.