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This article is the third in a three part series by Ann Barnhardt, who states on her blog that “everyone has full reprint permission – I’m not writing this stuff to exercise my fingers, I’m writing it to be read.” So, if you have a blog of your own, have at it and spread the truth. What this article speaks so concisely about is the much-ignored reality that the people of any country – NOT the corporate entities, including governments – are the true creditors. I spoke of this same reality in a previous post, Why The Meek Shall Inherit The Earth. The criminal elite do not want anyone to know this truth, but it’s time for this truth to be known – and I can’t think of anyone better equipped to explain it than the fire-breathing chainsaw herself, Ann Barnhardt.

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We Are The Gold

by Ann Barnhardt

 

At the end of the day, any currency is backed not by physical commodities or a collective abstraction called “a government”. No. A currency is backed by the character and integrity of men that constitute the issuing nation or body. In short, WE ARE THE GOLD. We are the bearers of the “full faith and credit” which backs our Federal Reserve notes today. And that, dear readers, is why this country is not going to turn itself around anytime soon, and is almost certainly doomed in the short-run.

Every text I read over the last few days always included a very brief caveat that all of the preceding theory was, of course, contingent on a moral society with a functioning rule of law, honest regulation and a populace that was mostly honorable and trustworthy. This caveat was phrased differently in each instance, but it was always there, hanging over everything else like a fine mist. If you have a nation of moral degenerates, all bets are off. If the people are more dishonest than honest, and the government is nothing more than a mafia, then all economic systems and all postulations fly apart at the seams. If there is no rule of law, and if theft, graft and looting are the prevalent systems of economic activity, then no matter what your banking system, no matter what your currency – fiat or commodity-backed, your system and your economy will absolutely, positively fail eventually.

Sadly, that is where we are in this country. Sure, there are still good people, but as a percentage it isn’t even remotely enough to bear the burden of the massive moral degeneracy of the others. Even among those people who would never steal or loot, there is a decided lack of courage to stand up to those who do steal and loot. The MF Global confiscation proves this. People have mostly rolled over and taken having their money stolen, shrugging their shoulders and telling themselves that there is nothing they can do – and then going back for more, continuing to patronize the very exchange that facilitated the theft and fraud. To my knowledge, only one broker has exited the field on purely moral grounds in a pre-emptive action to protect clients, and as a protest to the injustice of the system itself.

Our government is saturated with corruption, looting and outright treason and criminality, and yet most people simply cannot be bothered to care, much less to act, and are thus passively complicit. A non-trivial percentage of the population are planning and maneuvering to best “benefit” or profiteer from the criminality and fundamental dishonesty of the paradigm. Others are attempting to enter the oligarch class themselves under the guise of running for political office – and make no mistake, this encompasses both the so-called left and the so-called right on the political spectrum. The degeneracy is everywhere.

The fall of a society can happen very quickly. Our society has taken roughly 50 years to topple. If the previous example of the Russian culture is any example, we can expect it to take many multiples of 50 years to undo this damage, if and only if the pendulum has reached its maximum amplitude and now begins to swing back, which I fear has not yet happened. Morality cannot be legislated. Cultures cannot be purged of evil, selfishness and sloth overnight – even with a war. I cannot lie to you and tell you that short of Divine Intervention, this situation will resolve itself in any of our lifetimes. We had “it.” We had “it”, and we squandered “it”, and now “it” is gone, and no governmental, economic or monetary policy will get “it” back. “It” can only come from God, dwelling in the hearts of men, and God only comes to men if they specifically ask Him.

We, the people, always have been and always will be the ultimate backing commodity of our currency, because at its core, money is merely the representative device for a man’s capacity to produce and create. Dishonest men do not create or produce. They steal. Thus, the currency of a morally degenerated society is by definition degenerate itself. The currency of a degenerate society is the proxy not for a man’s ability to work and think, but rather a proxy for a man’s capacity to steal and evade work.

We used to be like gold – beautiful and warm. Now we are like pig iron – cold, brittle and good-for-nothing. And THAT is what constitutes the “full faith and credit” that backs the U.S. Dollar. So long as our culture remains degenerate, our currency can never be anything but spiraling, worthless trash.

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Nobody cuts through the political and economic bullshit like Mr. Celente. Here he sums up the pertinent facts about where we are at in this Global Ponzi scheme.

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Video is by atexascash3502

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Video by Jerry Day

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This post could just as easily been titled “The Power of the Signature.”

Have you noticed how you can barely go a day anymore without being asked (told) to sign your name to something. Maybe its a notice of new “terms & conditions”, or maybe it’s “consent” to be treated by a clinic or hospital. What it really signifies is a reduction or dissolution of your later rights to take issue against anything it was that you put your John Henry to. Your signature has power, and that’s why they are constantly demanding it.

As it’s stated in the video below, “As odd as it seems, it’s probably not a good idea to ever sign anything that you did not write yourself. If you write it, it benefits you. If they write it, it benefits them and it probably costs you in a big way.”

Think about that for a minute. How many agreements that you’ve signed in the past year did you write yourself? If you’re anything like me, then probably none of them.

In our society, people are not conditioned to think this way. Certainly they are not conditioned to think this way by the public schools that form the concepts we use for life, nor are they instructed of their full rights as sovereign human beings. Why?

Well, probably because that would be very inconvenient for the overclass that rules us through the “power of paper.” This is the same overclass that controls the curriculum in those same schools. It is very expedient for them if we stay in ignorance of such things.

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This video is by Greg Mannarino. His blog is here. I think this guy is right on the money. Check out his videos, his blog, and also his book – The Politics of Money.

 

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In this video by Greg Mannarino, he warns about the true repercussions of the current overt sanctions against Russia, as well as the mostly overlooked (but highly catalytic) covert oil price manipulations that are intended to break the Bear’s back, or maybe just provoke it into a counterattack. These are truly dangerous times. The article Greg refers to in this video can be found here.

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