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No faith required

"How can I know he is speaking the truth?"

I can try my best to put reason into the thought process but the only way for you to know the truth here would be for you to get a copy of a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report published for any account in America; but, note the date on the discovery of these things and know that this is now known by many people, so the Legal Criminals have already taken steps to launder the money, and cook the books more effectively.


In 1850, or so, it was proven that human beings working cooperatively could produce a high standard of living while working about 4 hours a day.

That has to be understood, and if you can't understand that, then things won't make sense.

I can offer links proving the calculations.

I can also offer links proving how it was known well into the ancient past that human beings working cooperatively were able to produce much more than they needed, thereby producing a high standard of living on few hours of work per day.

These are known realities in human history.

If it was possible in ancient times to have so much productive power to be able to build Pyramids, without the advantage of electricity, without the advantages of industrial machinery, etc., then we now can produce vast supplies of surplus wealth, we can produce very high standards of living, and our work load can be very, very, small.

If you cannot understand that fact, then the reasons why Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports are true, accurate, and knowable, will not make reasonable sense.

If you are led to believe that we have to work harder and harder for less and less because that is the natural human condition, then you have be led to believe in lies, and Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports won't make sense from that belief in that lie.

Here is another try at linking:

Money Laundering

I first read about that case of Money Laundering in 2007 and I posted the first source of that case of Money Laundering on my own Forum.

Here is a relevant quote:

"On 12 December, 2003, $1.5 billion was shipped to Iraq, initially "the largest pay-out of US currency in Fed history," according to an e-mail cited by committee members."

I did some math and I came up with this:

10,000 pound payload = 5 ton

2,000 lb per ton

363 tons of currency (cash) divided by 5 tons per truck load.

72.6 5 ton Military Dump Trucks loaded to capacity.

That is a long convoy of dump trucks driving into town.

That is cash. That is 72 truck loads of 100 dollar bills.

Money Laundering

How about some more math?

If 4 billion is 363 Tons of 100 dollar bills then how many Tons of 100 dollar bills are there in the missing 10 Trillion Dollars of your extra honest work?

How much can you afford to spend on being taken to the cleaners?

Common Sense:

"Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one: for when we suffer, or are exposed to the same miseries BY A GOVERNMENT, which we might expect in a country WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, our calamity is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer."

People argue (to win the argument I suppose), and one argument is to say that I am a nut job because they think that I say that there are a few people sitting around a table who control everything.

No, that is a lie, that is not what I say.

If you want to know the truth you can find the truth written in the cooked books published by the Legal Criminals themselves. They have to keep an accurate record concerning what they do with their stolen loot.

What is Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (or what was it before steps were taken to cook new books)?

A few people at the top sitting around one table in some bunker somewhere?

No, the actual facts are exactly what they are, not what I say they are, and there are people who confess.

Here is one:

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

"Must I exercise faith?"

No, not according to me, you can reject all faith if you decide to reject all faith. I think that you are faithful, because that is your decision.

I also think that you keep making the right decision as far as that is concerned.

See how it works for you, for a moment, reject all faith, then let other people know how well that works out.