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Left Vs Right Vs Libertarians, A handy chart to make sense of it.

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Re'Open Debate on Usury.

the chart above does Not consider (ignores) the most important elements of the anti-human & exploitative system, i.e. the central bank monopoly & the control of money & rates.

ecliptic wrote on Wed, 07/11/2012 - 11:50, below -
[[ ... it's time to add the most key element missing from this equation: The Fight Against Usury. http://www.whale.to/c/lina.html ]]

Questions are raised aloud, there are outbursts on toPic to pick, still in open forums & offices "U$ury" is OFF-the-Agenda. Most men have not heard this strange term before, no chance. A sym~Ply hidden word is either made a matter of "Great Controversy" / or hush-hushh.

There is No freedom or liberty under this enslaving system of increasing debts.

One of the best

I have seen. Circulate!

Lord Acton, Lord Chief Justice of England, 1875 - "The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the People v. The Banks."

Love the chart!

Not everyone who runs under a specific party fits into all the parties beliefs. For that reason alone...I choose to call myself an independent. If there is someone who follows Paul's policies...the ones I believe are correct...I will support them regardless of party(if they have the record to back what they speak).

This chart is sheer genius.

very clear

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Take the two outside columns

The establishment regime comprised of the Republican and Democratic party "mainstream" which controls the federal government supports:
Government regulated economy
Government regulated morality
United Nations led U.S. military actions
Military adventurism
Using eminent domain for private gain
War on drugs
Banning guns
Taxpayer funding of government charities
Taxpayer funding of faith-based charities
Special treatment for select minorities
Special treatment for select corporations

Libertarians oppose the things which the establishment depends upon to further its pathetic and sinister existence. For us, the battle is a struggle for liberty. For them, the battle is a war against an existential threat.

Take back the GOP and Restore America Now.

For one, I'd argue that

both Left and Right (not just Right) wish to legislate morality. They simply have different ideas as to what constitutes morality. The left has been highly successful in defining morality according its definition via our progressive, government public schools.

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

Big Bump!

Brillant!!!Thank You!!!

Left libertarianism is a nascent concept at best

There are several people out there calling themselves "left libertarians" but there's no underlying ideology.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

i wish people stop being such half asses and actually debate

the split between friedman and mises the austrians and quit addressing the movement as a whole with a dumb and simple 'libertarian' label, since johnson leans friedman and paul leans mises and have you not seen how johnson interestingly have avoided talking much about monetary issues even until this moment? johnson notices this irrecoverable split as well that arguably defines heavily what the paul movement is in the first place. don't people see johnson is pandering to politics by avoiding a discussion this split? no, lightweights carry on with the same out of date slogans while the deeper debate has already begun, and they never wonder why johnson don't nearly focus as much on this issue that has garnered the paul movement its grand popularity

the great tom woods himself discusses the Mariana Trench between friedman (johnson, david frum, most of LP) and mises (ron paul, most of paul movement)


grammar bah.. flew through the type work w/o checking


the great economic debate

... begins in earnest. Ronald Earnest Paul has helped bring this about. As our fiat currency begins to fade, as our people begin to awake from the fog of propaganda ... it's time to add the most key element missing from this equation:

The Fight Against Usury

The privately owned Bank of England was established in 1694 with absolute control over the currency (the right to issue bank notes). The lending of money on usury was able to continue at an even larger scale. Thus the English people suffered a huge national debt. Taxes had to be raised and prices doubled. To the Masonic bankers it was necessary to have a monopoly on money issuing. That way they were able to make enormous profits and also control political processes.

The Bank of England was allowed to lend money to an amount 10 times the security the lender put. up. With 5 percent interest it only took two years for the bank to earn back an amount equal to the original security.

By the year 1698 the national debt had risen from one and a quarter million pounds to 16 million. In 1815 it was 885 million pounds and in 1945 it had grown to 22.5 billion pounds. By 1995 the national debt had risen to more than 300 billon pounds, equal to 45 percent of GNP.

Not even the Macmillan Committee, which was appointed in 1929, managed to find out who governed the Bank of England. Only one name has leaked out—that of Rothschild. All great wars have been started and financed by the economic conglomerate emanating from one single banking family—the Rothschilds.

In the Netherlands, secret societies bad been able to found a central bank as early as 1609. About 40 of the world's most important central banks were established in a similar way as that of the Bank of England. In that way the Masonic bankers ruled the long-term development in the world with loan interest as a method, the central banks as middlemen, the politicians as dummies and the people as ignorant wage slaves. The freemason-controlled banks thus can govern political life by acting without being seen. ...

Fog of ProPaGanda, =

is the (invisible?) smoke emitted by the great furnace mentioned in Revelation, also called "PyrAmid", = fire in the middle, as in an oven. The one dollar note is $tamped with the image of Pharohn's tomb, the pryamid, on top of it is the eye of the beast, this ugly ogre ogling from the apex of the pyramid. this furnace is thirsty for fuel / money /attention /service, it drains & wastes human energy & labor.

the pyramid is the frame /structure of banks, corps, govts & UN.
Pyramid and the obelisk are the symbols of the usurious system.

Nothing trickles down, it only sucks u^P, emPowering the "P". =
P.O.W.E.R. = (Pimps Obsessed With Economic Rape).

in The Fight Against Usury,

+1. also as marker, to add later.

Oldie, But A Goodie

I saw that diagram at the LP national convention a few years ago in Portland, Oregon. It's brilliant.

People get so confused about who libertarians are because they can't reconcile the "contradictions." How can people with conservative values join a party with people who have liberal values? Freedom is the shared value both care about, and respect of the rights of others is how we work.

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