At its root, money is a means by which we exchange real value. Without real value in the world, money is nothing. As we have seen, it’s the real world that makes the loan, not the bank. We the people, in conjunction with the material blessings of the natural world are the source of all real wealth. Therefore money creation and its benefits belong to the public, not to private bankers.
Tag: income tax
Television news in the past 10 years has been going through a consolidation unprecedented in modern media history. Large corporations, in collusion with ig government, have steadily been erasing coverage of issues that actually make a difference. Fewer than two dozen of these extraordinary creatures own and operate 90% of the mass media, controlling almost all of America’s newspapers, magazines, TV, radio stations…
I have here a coin which is 1 Argentine peso. This will buy you, well it’ll hardly buy you a bus trip in downtown Buenos Aires. And yet if I were to go to 1970 – in 1970 this little coin would have purchased you Argentina 4 or 5 times after another. Why? Because since January of 1970, we have undergone 4 major monetary changes where they’ve knocked off zeros on our currency. Thirteen zeros to be exact. So this would be worth 10 trillion pesos from that time and 10 trillion pesos at that time would’ve bought you Argentina 3 or 4 times over. That’s inflation. Actually that’s hyper inflation. So when we hear about your inflationary concerns and everything, we’ve seen that, we’ve done that. We’ve been through the whole thing.
Unemployment at 16-year high
In December, the number of unemployed persons increased by 632,000 to 11.1 million and the unemployment rate rose to 7.2 percent. Since the start of the recession in December 2007, the number of unemployed persons has grown by 3.6 million, and the unemployment rate has risen by 2.3 percentage points. Bureau of labor statistics.
Add to that, the Federal Reserve’s audacity to deny disclosure of nearly $2 Trillion dollars. As determined by the court, and I’m paraphrasing, that (bold) We the People are not party to what the Federal Reserve (a private corporation) does with its money.
End The New World Order With Global Non Compliance – Short Documentary Outlines Entire Global Conspiracy
If you live in a country that has a federal reserve bank, then the World Bank, a privately run company that is able to legally create money from thin air, is who supplies your country with money, at interest. And you as the individual is required to pay a tax on your labor to pay off the interest on the governments’ loan from this private bank.
Many people are duped into believing that their taxes pay for infrastructure, and without taxes their would be no roads or schools and the country would fall apart, but this is completely untrue. The government has the legal right to coin its own money and control its value, but it does not. It borrows money from a private bank and uses this bank loan to pay for infrastructure and then you are taxed in order to pay off the interest on the loan. Interest, which from a business perspective, is pure profit for the international banksters.
To simplify the process of understanding the federal income tax, we will begin with a hypothetical situation. Andy Green is a United States citizen who lives and works in Ohio. He does various jobs for his neighbors who pay him for his services. Our goal here is not to determine Andy’s exact tax liability, but simply to determine if the federal income tax statutes and regulations show Andy Green’s income to be taxable at all. While most people simply assume that their income is taxable, we will examine the evidence for ourselves.
In 1604, a corporation called the Virginia Company was formed in anticipation of the imminent influx of white Europeans, mostly British at first, into the North American continent. Its main stockholder was King James I and the original charter for the company was completed by April 10th 1606. The Virginia Company owned most of the land of what we now call the USA. The Virginia Company (The British Crown and the bloodline families) had rights to 50%, yes 50%, of all gold and silver mined on its lands, plus percentages of other minerals and raw materials, and 5% of all profits from other ventures. The lands of the Virginia Company were granted to the colonies under a Deed of Trust (on lease) and therefore they could not claim ownership of the land. They could pass on the perpetual use of the land to their heirs or sell the perpetual use, but they could never own it. Ownership was retained by the British Crown.