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The Hidden Meanings in the New $100 Bill


...Let's say the left side represents the fiat/paper money camp. There is no new coloring at all just the same ole drab green. The same ole fiat money. It's all there...the words "Federal Reserve Note", the Official Fed Seal, Ooo..looks like the US Treasury Secretary signature has been moved from the right to the left side(come on...which camp did you think Geithner would be put in?!). And for you currency buffs, even Benjamin Franklin is positioned on the left of the Blue Stripe with that quizzical grin...why you ask?

Now let's look at the right side of that Blue Stripe...the "Vigilance, Perseverance and Justice" side!

OH MY GOODNESS...GOLD GALORE!! A Gold Ink Well, Gold Liberty Bell, Gold Feather Pen, Gold "100", Gold Watermark, Gold Writing in the background, Gold "July 4, 1776"...there's even a HUGE gold "100" on the back of the right side. The right side of this bill is so full of gold it will probably droop when you hand it to the cashier!

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Why is the issue date on it

Why is the issue date on it 2009? Maybe they were prepared for the collapse after Lehman? Fiat is still fiat.

Yes - these were first issued in '09.

Note the date of this post - this was to be the second official launch date.

It didn't happen either.

Will tomorrow happen?

Pandacentricism will be our downfall.

Very possible. Good assessment.

There has been symbolism in/on the currency forever.

The new bills that came out in 2000 predicted 9/11...


Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

Anti-counterfeit measures?

Not to rain on the parade, but its a plausible explanation. Occasionally the method of printing the reserve notes is figured out by someone. In the past, entire presses have been stolen, or their ink duplicated. Its very possible this is an anti-counterfeit measure. Of course, you would say the whole concept is counterfeit, but you know what I mean. Counterfeiters do things like order a few dollars worth of food from McDonalds and then get the change back. Before they are discovered when the draw is counted, they are gone.

Now, with that being said, I imagine when the old notes leave circulation they will be destroyed (and, of course, even further replaced with new ones). This further makes it seem like anti-counterfeit. Also, while the Treasury Secretary is on the left, he is also on the right of Franklin. Once most old bills are out of circulation, anyone who sees an old one will be more likely to be suspect to its origins. Imagine presenting money in denominations from a hundred years ago at the grocery store. Well, you get the picture.

Doesn't it figure

that the release of a whole bunch of $100 bills has coincided with this whole debt ceiling/looming default happening?

I will be exiting my market positions soon.

Storm Clouds Gathering: Stock Market crash coming soon:

That's what we call a 'conspiracy theory'.

You must be some kind of nutty fruitcake to make that association.

Pandacentricism will be our downfall.


Other than speculation

Is there any reason to think these symbols mean what this article says?

(And why would gold ink be any heavier than blue, green, or purple ink?))

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein

Why would the Federal Reserve make all of these hidden symbols?

I'm not really sure who designed it, but I would assume it's the Federal Reserve, AKA the banksters who enslave us. I'm not sure I follow as to why those people would want to hint at or cause a revolution in favor of a gold-backed currency? That would certainly work against them.

I suppose they are trying to

I suppose they are trying to solidify in the minds of those who still believe them that the USD is still as good as gold.



Pandacentricism will be our downfall.

The new bills are finally out...

so this thread is finally relevant...

Pandacentricism will be our downfall.

I am on a gold standard.

In my case I look at prices in ounces of Gold. I bought my house in 1986 an took on a land contract for the equivalent of 140 oz Au.

In 1976 a AMC Gremlin was about 10 oz Au. It lasted 10 years.

Priced in Gold Crude oil is quite low.

But US Wages in Gold are at a 70 year low.

It is possible to price any thing in commodities even other commodities.

Free includes debt-free!

The amc gremlin

We will soon be on a gremlin-based system

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein

Why the Enhanced Features?

For those who still think hyperinflation is a given, ask yourselves "why then would the Fed go through all the trouble of redesigning the currency and adding enhanced security features?" Did Zimbabwe do that?

The Fed

are not Austrian economists. Surprised?

Franklin's paper money...

was not fiat. His idea was to back the paper with land (mortgage security) and it was not to be issued by a monopoly central bank. Also, Franklin's reasoning was based on the fact that Britain was manipulating and hording the gold supply through legal and physical coercion even going so far as to demand that gold and silver not be used for market transactions.

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

We don't want to go directly

We don't want to go directly to a gold standard.

Gold standard...

The modern concept of a "gold standard" is NOT the redeemability of paper for gold. It is that NATIONS use gold as insurance in payments between other national governments. When Ron Paul advocates a gold standard this is what he is referring to. To restrain Govt spending. He is not referring to restricting individual citizens to using a given currency or form of money which would be un-Austrian and un-libertarian.

Ron Paul wants a free market of currencies for individuals. They can use whatever they like for transactions (freedom).

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~

I agree.

I agree.

I was agreeing with you :p

After I posted I noticed my comment sounded like a counterpoint but had to run some errands. Was attempting to flesh out your point a bit. :)

~wobbles but doesn't fall down~


Interesting take.