Comment: I hope your post in tongue in cheek...

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I hope your post in tongue in cheek...

From the Feds website...

"For example, the Reserve Banks issue shares of stock to member banks. However, owning Reserve Bank stock is quite different from owning stock in a private company. The Reserve Banks are not operated for profit, and ownership of a certain amount of stock is, by law, a condition of membership in the System. The stock may not be sold, traded, or pledged as security for a loan; dividends are, by law, 6 percent per year"

So if you own stock in the Fed, you get 6% a year, guaranteed. Sounds like a profitable enterprise to me...Indeed a lot goes to the treasury, but I digress...

Here is something mind blowing, please stay with me. Say the US Treasurer sells 20 billion in bonds to the Federal Reserve, which is owned and managed by wealthy individuals, corporations, banks and agents of foreign wealth, it in turn credits the treasurer for the bonds in Federal Reserve Notes. What if the US treasurer goes and buys a 20 billion dollar building with those notes, then "defaults." Who gets the building? If you don't pay your bank for your mortgage, who gets your house?

Well obviously the Fed isn't going to take the 20 billion dollar building, but the idea still stands, they have 1st lien on that building. The Treasurer doesn't go out and spend those worthless notes, no... they have us do that for them. We accept the Federal Reserve notes and spend them away, we a their debt creators. Ok, realization is now setting in, we as citizens have entered into a PRIVATE contract with the Federal Reserve by using their notes, and, they now have 1st lien on every transaction using their notes. Yes, indeed, they basically "own" everything on this fruited plain. You can't actually "pay" for a debt with a debt, you can only discharge it, which means a lien still stands. Since it is a PRIVATE contract, the IRS isn't constitutionally bound, for you are not using Lawful money, you are using a private note. Private contract, private law...

You do have a choice in the type of legal tender you use, for if you didn't, the IRS would be unconstitutional. More on that later...