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Those mfs seem determined to take everything from everyone first. We will own nothing because they will have it all.

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Henry Ford said it Best:

It is well enough that peoole of this Nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning

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Shortly after, the Lincoln Federal Government would seize total control and throw us into the Civil War. We must realize that it was not about slavery, as Lincoln said many times himself. Civil War is coming.

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So how does one go about 'ending the Fed'?

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I'm just learning so apologies for this question but is there or has there ever been a democratic nation with a lasting sound financial system operating without a central bank? I recently heard that Russia is buying up a considerable amount of gold.

Your coverage of a variety of complicated subjects has been very helpful and I appreciate it!

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Great piece. My father always told me (seemed like a daily rant at the time) “there’s no such thing as a free lunch,son.” That’s so obvious and would be the underpinning of a real economy for free people. If only ...

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Thanks for the American history lesson.

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The "American System" produced Individual Sovereignty for free people. Jackson killed it.

AmericanSystemNow.com

The destruction of the "American System" was accomplished by President Andrew Jackson when he killed America's National Bank in favor of private banking.

“The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson.” — FDR letter to Colonel Edward House, Nov. 21, 1933

“We only ask you to examine the history of the times, during the existence of the two Banks, and compare those times with the miserable present,” - Abraham Lincoln 1843 speech.

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"Like a pawnshop refusing to give you back your guitar." Shakespearean quality economic prose. Good stuff!

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We don’t have enough leaders who understand the discernment earned by studying and understanding history. As a collective, they wake up each morning making decisions like toddlers running from a parent.

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3 were shut down. 1 to go. Hear, hear!!!

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