pawn, reread what I said.
In some of your sentences, you agree with me. One of your other sentences conflicts your agreement with me and what you said.
You almost comprehend what I said. I too was talking about freedom. I made no distinction between, as you said, "financial freedom" and any other freedom. Despite that I loathe appealing to authority but that I feel it appropriate here because it's relevant to the cause of this website, Ron Paul, I'll say this, I'll make this appeal: Ron Paul in his books, his last two coming to mind (Liberty Defined and Revolution), says to avoid separating financial liberty and other liberty types. Why? Because there is no such thing as types of liberty. To know categories in liberty exist is fine. That would be distinction. But to behave as though one doesn't affect the other is short sighted, pawn. How you, pawn, and every human on Earth is in disruption is because of currency valuation is done from outside the individual and, worse, from a centrality. Remember: Control money, all else is controlled to the degree it uses the money. Eventually, control becomes thorough.
pawn, before you reply here, please, reread what I said. I think if you take time to think about what I said, you'll understand gold is as anything else is, a thing used to give to someone for a good or service. It's an instrument, a measurement, of value from one person to who accepts it which in this case is gold, what we're talking about. That's the beauty about logic: It enables viewing something for what it is, primarily for its function which the individual, the subject, determines. The value of something comes from the individual, just as you, pawn, from your perspective in a transaction are the subject applying value to what it is you would transact.
What I wrote above and here does require thinking for the average DPer. I consider you a notch above the average DPer. But perhaps I'm mistaken because you mocked me -- "weird type" -- and insulted me by insulting yourself, "dumbass mistake." The last thing you should think about me, pawn, is that I'm dumb.
I hope to talk with you later, when you're respectful. Take care.
School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me
Study nature, not books. -Walton F. Dutton