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What Liberty Looks Like

Sportscasters shouted down for advocating gun control during America's game.
Policemen becoming internet video superstars merely for doing their job right.
State secession petitions earning online votes in every state.
Globalists like Zbigniew Brzezinski discussing the systems defeats in the information war.
Elmo falls from grace.
The world watches the farewell speech from a congressman who never got a single piece of major legislation passed.
Television anchors resign on live tv citing the lack of real journalism.
Guns and ammo lead 'black Friday' retail sales and sales records.
Republicans fail in bid to unseat an unpopular incumbent president largely because of Liberty Loyalists.




Friends, if you were wondering what liberty looked like,


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That's so cool!

I have not heard of television anchors resigning on live t.v.! What did I miss there!?

Here's the link


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Money Competition

Perhaps there are a few cases of competitors in the Fraud Money competition, so the fight between the Euro or the Federal Reserve Note for Market Dominance is not what Liberty looks like.

But the welcome list of things IN Liberty, where people can see, precisely, that which Liberty looks like, appears to be incomplete without the significant fights where Liberty is gaining currency against the opposition.

Examples like Utah and many other State governments exerting State Sovereignty, in the effort to fight National Sovereignty, fighting the battle between Liberty and the opposition, by producing a competitive money, Gold backed money in Utah for example, perhaps Gold and Silver backed money too, perhaps in States were Silver is more abundant, and perhaps, eventually, Oil backed money from Alaska, and who knows what else, down this road IN Liberty, aught to be on the list.

Equitable Commerce

Mutual Banking

A New System of Paper Currency

Austrian Stamp Script


Money Masters

The Biggest Game in Town

Math Based Economy

Guernsey Notes

Arbuck Plan

Utah Sound Money

Liberty occurs as choices expand from ONE to many. One choice is taken IN Liberty, eventually: one path traveled. The opposition to Liberty is Monopoly, and the method of financing Monopoly, or NO CHOICE other than blind obedience, is the tried and true Legal Fraud Money Monopoly.

So, if the idea is to see how Liberty works, then higher quality and lower cost money choices, to each their own measure of quality and cost, so long as the quality being measured isn't how well the victims are made into fools, and the cost isn't measured in how well costs are passed on, and therefore "providing the means by which they suffer", aught to be on the list - it seems to me.


Note the denomination is Federal Reserve Notes - stop using them, start using something better, something not fraudulent, and what happens?


Section 4.
The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned.

Blind obedience to falsehood is not competitive, it is not IN Liberty, so why stay any longer on this path?

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
Henry Ford


What's wrong with Elmo?

What's wrong with Elmo?

Please don't make me be the one

to have to break your heart

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I know about the stuff with

I know about the stuff with his puppeteer, I just don't understand what it has to do with liberty, unless I'm missing something.

I think it might represent

the walls of ignorance coming down. The knowledge that bad things happen behind supposedly good organizations like colleges, Penn State, kid shows like Sesame Street, the U.S. Congress, and even the Vatican, which I was going to put in the same line as the Elmo thing but I decided to go for brevity instead.

Vatican RFID tracking tags

Daily Paul cured my abibliophobia.