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Thanks for the information.

Thanks for the information. It supports my argument.

Why gold advocators behave as though shifting from one mass currency, a country's currency, to a different mass currency whose mass is the world population whose individuals obtainment of it today rather than tomorrow is good for them therefore bad for people who don't obtain it -- a centralizing effect -- confounds me. This shifting is the last economic move because it would be worldwide, a move from a country's currency that spans the world to a currency worldwide that no country dictates but that an international body dictates. I cannot fathom why any gold pusher doesn't see that relationship. The currency in our discussions happens to be gold. My focus isn't on gold as it is a thing worldwide used as currency. Why don't people -- and of all people, DPers -- who advocate gold see the relationship I just delineated?? What. Gives??

To that confusion of mine is, why are gold advocators blind to how this mineral, gold, would receive its value? Where would this value come from: Who applies gold's value? Of course something central spanning the world and is stationed in countries worldwide to carry out those value applications -- enforcements. That application is fiat, that is, by decree. I just don't understand why gold pushers don't listen to what they say and study. The facts are in their faces.

I can arrive at two reasons why a gold pusher wants gold: He's aware it's a scam and that its use is moving from country to the world, a transference of say-so, of control, and he has accepted he will be part of the scam ORRR he doesn't comprehend it's a scam. Either the person is duplicitious or he's confused or he believes in something besides himself, a self reduction to a parrot. Why does such an individual go away from applying his value to a thing he would transact? WHY? Very frustrating it is talking with people I consider above the fray intellectually who just don't, won't or can't pay attention to the presence and nature of the very information they gather and see what it forms. Very frustrating.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.