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AIPAC and "in your face" treason.

Israel is not an ally, never have been. Now "OUR" government will cut funding from our own citizens to send money to Israel? They are stealing money from your paycheck and mine, and sending it to Israel so they can continue their genocide of the Palestinians.

http://youtu.be/5WEnZF7jsUk




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If you say "stop funding Israel"

AIPAC says you're a terrorist.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Why would you say that?

Ron Paul does not propose that. Stopping funding to ALL, will benefit Israel and that should be explained to socialists, neo-cons, and anti-Semites alike. So I do support Ron Paul's position - stop foreign aid to all and see UK and France banks going under.

I wasn't talking about Ron Paul

I was talking about AIPAC.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Ron Paul does not propose that?

Hmmm. I sure thought he did.

I read John Kerry is asking

Congress to release 250 million to be shipped to Egypt. If I were the Israelis, I'd be a whole lot concerned about the actions of Obama and his merry band of communists and thieves.

If Kerry wants to give 250 million to Egypt, why doesn't he ask his wife to transfer that money to Egypt from the Heinz Foundation? The Heinz Foundation has supported every communist, anti-American cause known throughout the world over the last 30 years.

Actually

the $250 mil is more of a bribe for Egypt to accept a $4.8 billion IMF loan and dig Egypt further into debt slavery. It's the bankers game for control.

the "money" comes from the Federal Reserve printing press...

...not our paychecks...

It's probably time we realize that there exists NO "common pot of wealth" that is made up of "tax revenues"...

When new units of exchange enter the market...

They draw the value from existing units of exchange.

Here is Ron Paul explaining "The Cantillon Effect" that occurs when the money supply is increased (inflated).

This IS a form of taxation, and it does effect paychecks along with savings / pensions and any other future payment made in the currency note effected by the initial transfer of wealth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4yBrxmEOkY

Below is a comment I found on another forum:

"printing money and giving it to some special lucky few amounts to theft? Counterfeiting steals value from those who have been disciplined and wise enough to save.

The marketplace is an auction. Imagine you went to an auction with your hard-earned money only find out that other “special” attendees were given the privilege to create their own money on the spot with pieces of paper and a marker. You would obviously only win an item if they decided to let you.

They would also be in control of your final price since they could bid you up to whatever level they desire. It’s wrong on every level and “not one man in a million” can figure it out (to paraphrase Keynes).

I’m sure you've never wondered why gold’s value has remained so constant for thousands of years, but I’ll tell you anyway.

It’s because the above ground supply never gets diluted by more that 1 or 2% a year. The key here is that supply never grows faster than the population. The U.S. monetary base, on the other hand, is up 350% in just the last four years. Just wait until THAT “trickles” into the economy!

You just might find yourself in need of financing to buy a tank of gas."

~Comment by Matthew: February 22, 2013 at 11:32 am

http://www.kereport.com/2013/02/22/cantillon-effect/

I have to take issue with that. ✌

For every $100 of income tax I pay a certain portion of that goes to SS, medicaid, defense, foreign aid, and whatever else.

Furthermore, diluting the money supply diminishes the value of every dollar or dollar denominated asset I own.

SORRY!

ALL of the personal Income Tax YOU Pay.

Goes to Pay the INTEREST on the Debt owed to the Federal Reserve.

And NOTHING ELSE!!!

Nope.

In 2012 total revenues were $2.45 trillion. Debt service was $223 billion. That is 9%. So out of the $100 YOU pay, a mere $9 goes to interest.

Whenever anything is paid for by the "good faith and credit...

of the United States" you and I are having our wealth stolen.

Exactly .....

Taxation by inflation.