Comment: Costs

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When a competitor offers the same thing or better at a lower price the force of many individual decisions of many individual people, each having names, each trying to reduce their own costs, without sacrificing quality, are inspired to choose the lower price, which is a lower cost to all those people making all those choices.

That is the supposed Free Market, and the Free Market is just a term, not the actual people and not the actual decisions being made by all those people making all those decisions.

How much does it cost for anyone currently using Legal Fraud Money to stop using it?

The topic starter asks, in so many words, will is cost less to use something else instead?

If you do not "get it", then you may be one of two possible types of people, and there are as many types of people as there are numbers of grain in the sands on all the beaches on earth, but these two types of people are general characteristics shared by many of those people who belong in these groups because of those thoughts and actions that they share with each other as follows:

Group 1.
They prefer Fraud Money because they are Frauds and they make their living perpetrating Fraud upon the many victims.

Group 2.
The victims

So if you don't "get it", then go ahead and confess that you don't "get it", and when asked why, as you confess your state of thinking on this forum, in your own words, why do you shoot down the message, why do you shoot down the messenger? when asked why, confess even more if that is what you must do, and meanwhile this experiment in competitive Legal Currency, a choice, may grow, and if it does grow, and if it does challenge the Legal Frauds, then chances are those who are in Group 1 won't be using only words to shoot the message or the messengers, since these types of Free Money Market choices cannot be allowed to exist while Legal Fraud Money exists.

Check your wallet.

Check your "savings" accounts.

Check your "Retirement Accounts.

Check any investments of any kind that are denominated in the Single Legal Fraud Money produced by the Single Legal Group of Frauds at The Federal Reserve, those criminals who produce Federal Reserve Notes, and other fraudulent products, which you have bought, and which many have bet the farm on, and see what happens as those Frauds continue to enforce this:

That is THE FRN denominated account.

Fraud is precise in how well it moves POWER from those who produce POWER to those who steal it.

So, naturally, those who steal it HATE COMPETITION.

Confess all you who are frauds, please, since knowing better is by definition better than being victims - perpetually - and passing that condition onto the next generation.

If the Liberty Dollar failed.

If E-Gold failed.

Their failure may help in understanding how to make a better money that does not fail to provide the demand for it without having the "quality" of moving POWER from those who produce POWER to those who steal it.

Who is threatened by money competition and why?

Are there really people who claim that Their Money has to be used by Everyone or else?

I think it may be a good idea to know the facts on this question.

Section 4.
The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned.

Those who share the desire for a Legal Money Monopoly POWER are those who plan on taking more power with the power they steal.

They can steal all the POWER they can, so long as their victims fail to know better.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning."
Henry Ford

Someone commenting on this forum, discrediting a credible competitor in money markets, works for the Monopoly Fraud Bankers.

Pro bono, or for a price, knowingly, or unknowingly, they work FOR the Monopoly Fraud Bankers if they discredit, injuring, by resort to deceit, a credible money market competitor.