It's empire baby and this train ain't stopping until it derails. The American people sold their government to the highest bidder, took out a loan, then lost what little they had left gambling. They're in no position to be saying what the government should and shouldn't do unless they're ready to actually start making demands. In which case, congress just debated empowering the military to suspend habeas corpus altogether and round them up like cattle.

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Yes.<br />
At the moment they actually don't.<br />
Its all controlled by private mafioso banking cartels.<br />
That is what we all need to be fighting for... the right to control our own money supply.<br />
That single point IS what is enabling 99% of the evil in the world...<br />
The fact that a criminal cartel has hi-jacked the entire planet by controlling the money supply for every single country on the planet.<br />
Google which countries have their own money supplies, in defiance of the banking mafia and you shouldn't be too surprised when you see which countries these are/were.

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Agree with the basis of your comment.
If people bothered to look at the term " greenback" and why Lincoln did what he did back then maybe the average person would wake up to what has been happening before their eyes, several presidents have been assassinated for trying to control the money, President Jackson was lucky the guns didn't go off.

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we don't have money

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No. Literally all our economic problems come from central banks printing money and fiat currency.

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It's not actually. Central banks printing money to manipulate interest rates causes economic chaos. When interest rates are made artificially lower then it sends signals to the market that banks have plenty of savings which can be borrowed for investment. So all areas of the economy start borrowing heavily and eventually the market realises that actually there aren't enough loanable funds to support the level of borrowing and what happens? A credit crunch which affects the higher order areas of production like manufacturing most of all because they are longer term investments that are dependent on credit for years until they begin to turn a profit. The result of this is that manufacturing becomes very expensive and so gets shipped to places where modes of production are more labour intensive and less credit intensive, i.e they use more people than machines: places like china.
Meanwhile all this printing of money destroys the value of the currency robbing everyone, but especially the poor, of spending power making them poorer even thought they have more money. Since this society is now in violation of Say's Law and it's trade deficit is massive and it therefore can't support itself via production and trade it ends up having to print even more money because the only way it can support itself is by credit and then debt levels rocket. Any of this sound familiar? So you might want to check out the Austrian theory of the business cycle and read Human Action and The theory of money and credit by Ludwig von Mises and then you can tell me I'm talking rubbish, moron.

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Thanks, Ketsan and Churinga. I have learned much from your post.

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No problem. :)

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I can :)

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NO! nuff said?

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