Monday, August 15, 2011

Richard M. Nixon Lawlessness and the Falling US Dollar

US Presidents have apologetically been for international corporations and banks. The US, as a sovereign nation, has been plundered from within, and the US Constitution has been used as toilet paper by US Presidents such as Dick Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, "Slick Willy" William "Bill" Clinton etc. Why do we pay taxes to fund our own abuse? It just doesn't make sense. Why are we paying for all out wars of aggression, and instead of getting the services we pay for, we get a growing Police State? Let's fire all the bums in the US and State Government, and start fresh with the independent and alternative parties and get rid of all the Democrats and Republicans?

-stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot Com

Dollar decline 40 years in the making?

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Within the past few weeks the US stock market has been a roller coaster of a ride. US policy makers are still trying to figure out what to do to expedite the economic recovery process, but can we take a lesson from history? 40 years ago President Nixon ended the last remnants of the gold standard, which meant dollars couldn't be converted to gold. Scott Carter, CEO of Goldline, tells us why this was significant.

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Why you should never talk to the police on any subject, and always plead the 5th:
Police in the US are armed revenue collectors, they're guards of the state and government, and they have no obligation to enforce laws, protect and serve you, arrest criminals, and to take your complaints. Police voluntarily, at their discretion, enforce laws for the people, not the state. Maybe 99% of their duties are for revenue collection, and protecting the interests of those in government, and maybe 1% actual protection and service for the people.


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