Statement!Submitted by The Pen on Wed, 01/22/2014 - 21:44
"They're all counterfeits, from the moment they clear the lip of the press machine. They all resemble and exemplify the issuance of debt as though actual money. Notes are not money. Notes are merely written promises to pay a sum; a written acknowledgment of a debt from which the promise of a payment can be inferred. Notes are promises, not money. Promises posing as money are innately counterfeit of purpose and the promises made by those who cook books, deplete value and set precedents of such as employed to do so."