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"All Wars Are Bankers Wars" Excellent 43-min video narrated by Mike Rivero

This is one of the best videos I've seen that tracks historical events from 1776 to now that succinctly discloses the who, what, when, where, how of the true evil of the banking cartel in the little time it takes to watch it, yet being able to amply manage and fit in all of the pertinent facts that need to be understood. IMHO, this short video is a great way to introduce this important knowledge to someone new who is willing to listen and learn, as well as adding a deeper dimension of knowledge and understanding about these "evil-doers" and the grasp they have around the throats of all of the people around the world that always leads us to costly and unnecessary bloody wars that we end up fighting for them. I certainly learned something new after having watched it; and there may be one or two of you (at the least) out there who may have missed a fact here and there of which this video may enlighten you upon. I think its great! Watch and learn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hfEBupAeo4

I know this video has been posted here before, but some may have missed it. Its worth posting again.

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And again this is collectivist greenbackery

The problem with the video isn't the truths, it's the lies. It doesn't suggest we fix the evil, it suggests new owners of the evil, as all collectivist screeds do.

Hint for noobs to liberty. When someone shouts about how [x] bad guys have some power and we [y] should have the power instead, you're being had. They do not intend you to ever participate in any of the newfound 'power'.

When you hear someone say 'power is bad, we should limit power' that person is legit. They see the problem and are not trying to 'profit' from it, but actually solve the problem. Which is power. Which is why true constitutional conservatives and minarchists and ancaps are all compatible.

They all want less centralized power, in varying degrees.

Collectivists do not want less central power. They want shift in power to them. Don't trust greenbackers who don't want to end inflation theft they want to CONTROL inflation theft.

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Thank You.

Thank You.

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^^^ BUMP. Very good comment, IMO, with a very good warning,

^^^ BUMP.

Very good comment, IMO, with a very good warning, historically very well justified.

Let us not fall for the reckless idea of replacing privately-owned central banks (e.g., the Federal Reserve System) with government-owned central banks supposedly "on behalf" of the people - they are essentially the same SCAM of wanna-be oligarchies to control the money supply, the debt, and thus the enslavement of the people, soon or late.

To stay free, we should not tolerate anything other than private banks on free markets, allowed to compete with each other AND TO GO BANKRUPT if they have to, along with fractional reserve banking made ILLEGAL.

Unconvinced? Anyone can help oneself with spotting the pattern :



"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.


"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

The Real Reason Libya Was Bombed

We haven't had an American president ride down a city

street with his head exposed since Kennedy.

Good Video, Again

Here is something most Americans don't know:

Islamic money, Silver Dirhams and Gold Dinars are similar to what the U. S. Founding Fathers mandated in Article I section 10 of the U.S. Constitution.


Here is a link to what could be used as money:


Peter Schiff is already selling these bars, and the 1 gram Silver bar costs about one dollar, currently.


Very good.

Very good.

Great video!

Great video!

Good Video By Mr. Rivero, But I'd Like To Add A Few Things.

The original 13 colonies did issue their own paper money, but Spanish milled dollars were used also, well into the 1800's:


Hence, the words in Article I section 8 of the U.S. Constitution:
{Excerpt}; The congress shall have the power to;...
Coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of "Foreign" coin. {reference Spanish milled Silver dollars}

In 1792 the U.S. Coinage act was passed into law:


This act made Silver/Gold/ and Copper "COINS" the people's money of the U.S.
Placer Gold was also used as money in the Western states.

I have a modern coin book called, U.S. coin prices, that lists the current estimated value of old and new U.S. minted coins.

Congressman Roger Sherman from Connecticut, was credited with adding the "Nothing but Gold and Silver "COIN" a tender in payment of debts" in section 10 of the Constitution:


Please pass this on if you find it interesting.


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