“Cry Me A River”

“Mr. Bond, power is sovereignty. Clausewitz’s first principle was to have a secure base. From there proceeds freedom of action. Together, that is sovereignty. I have secured these things and much besides. . . . These things can only be secured in privacy. You talk of kings and presidents. How much power do they possess? As much as their people will allow them . . . And how do I possess that power, that sovereignty? Through privacy. Through the fact that nobody knows. Through the fact that I have to account to no one.”

– Ian Fleming, Dr. No

When governments need revenue— The power to tax swells and swells like the Hulk on steroids— look out all you little people— your paltry income is Source zero for the always growing need for revenue. Never-mind the fact the only reason here in the U.S. that the government needs to tax “incomes” is due to the treasonous, outrageous, bold-ass stealing of the Nations money for well over a hundred years now. Acts which occurred as Presidents and other assorted officials alike, essentially let them [The Crooks] walk right in and take what-ever they wanted…. and that action would be led by the same group of old, moth-eaten slime-balls operating that International banking cartel on a level so private, the exploitation of the no-nation rule is barely discernible. This is a Club so secretive even the Devil needs a pass-card. Here at the tippy-top the worlds wealthiest, the ultra-rich decide the rise and fall of civilizations according to the profit they can skim off the top of the worlds combined work-forces. The schemes are many and the operations span the globe in near secrecy. Why? They do not have to account to no one.

How easy it is to forget about such world-wide, banking scandals:

The BCCI scandal shows what sort of frightening mischief can be made in a world where trillions of electronic dollars routinely wash in and out of international financial markets.

Nor was BCCI a conspiracy. In much of what it did, BCCI reflected the way the world works. The organization was designed to mimic the way the world’s largest corporations and banks move and hide their money. It was no accident that BCCI was incorporated in Luxembourg, one of the least regulated nations on earth and a favorite haven of the money men at the Fortune 500. It was no accident that it ran its wildest manipulation through what amounted to a branch in the Cayman Islands – a place long favored by major banks to hold offshore money away from the ken of the IRS and banking authorities.

BCCI had mastered these black arts so well that it became the bank of choice for the intelligence agencies of the Western hemisphere, who found its deeply secretive methods more and more useful. BCCI was necessary to them; it was part of the way they worked, too. It was those alliances, along with bribery on a grand scale, that allowed the criminal bank to flourish for two decades with effective immunity from the law.

This is the story of how the wealthy and corrupt in Latin America managed to steal virtually every dollar lent to their countries by Western banks, creating the debt crisis of the 1980s; how heads of state such as Ferdinand Marcos, Saddam Hussein, Manuel Noriega, and others skimmed billions from their national treasuries and hid them in Swiss and Caymanian accounts forever free from snooping regulators; how Pakistan and Iraq got materials for nuclear weaponry and how Libya built poison-gas plants.

BCCI is also the story of how governments manage to put together arms deals with supposedly hostile governments, as in the case of Israel’s clandestine trades with Arab states, or the United States’ supplying weapons to both Iraq and Iran in violation of its own laws.

BCCI is a paradigm of how our national borders have been rendered porous, despite the best attempts of law enforcement; it is about terrorism and how terrorism is financed; it is about how drugs enter the United States and Europe and how the drug lords disguise and conceal their ill-gotten gains.

The BCCI scandal affords a rare and representative glimpse at the trillion-dollar-plus underground market of secret money that moves at will in and out of these reasons, no authorities anywhere were in a hurry to shut down BCCI: The bank was as useful to governments as it was to crooks, and indeed, governments became active participants in the fraud.

In the United States, BCCI became the subject of a massive and decade-long cover-up. For the investigators and the reporters who finally cracked it, the most difficult task of all was breaking down the formidable walls erected by their own law enforcement agencies.

Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the BCCI affair in the United States was the failure of U.S. government and federal law enforcement to move against the outlaw bank. Instead of swift retribution, what took place over more than a decade was a cover-up of major, alarming proportions, often orchestrated from the very highest levels of government. When the Justice Department finally moved decisively against BCCI in late 1991, it did so reluctantly, with both Robert Morgenthau and the national press corps breathing down its neck.

The government knew a great deal about BCCI’s criminality and knew it from a wide variety of sources. Though the public did not hear about its transgressions until later, BCCI had long been graven into the annals of U.S. law enforcement, intelligence, national security, and diplomacy. Authentic, unambiguous information about the bank’s money laundering, weapons dealing, nuclear proliferation, terrorist accounts, and other crimes had reached the State Department, the Justice Department, the Treasury, the CIA, and even the White House’s National Security Council years before. The detail of information was exceptional, the failure to follow up on it baffling.

U.S. officialdom had known for years just exactly how bad the bank was, and even that it secretly owned First American Bank…

In spite of the specificity of the case against the Justice Department, the State Department and the CIA, it would be unfair to single them out as the only U.S. governmental agencies that knew much and did little.

The Drug Enforcement Administration not only sat in on the Sakhia meeting but had 125 cases in its files mostly linking BCCI with undercover storefront money-laundering operations….

The report also argues that the most shocking failure to follow up occurred at the Internal Revenue Service.

“Most startling is the IRS refusal to begin an undercover investigation of BCCI despite persistent requests by Criminal Investigation Division personnel,” said the report. According to Schumer, the IRS had identified fifteen major matters involving BCCI between 1984 and 1991, including:

>> In 1986 India gave the IRS documents showing a multimillionaire-dollar laundering scheme involving BCCI in a number of countries. No follow-up.

>> In 1987 the IRS received a criminal referral from the Fed regarding cash transactions and irregular activities in BCCI Miami and Atlanta accounts. No follow-up.

>> In 1988 the IRS brought a major money-laundering case against defendant Jerry Lee Harvey. Sixty million dollars were laundered, much of it through BCCI Panama and BCCI Cayman Islands. No follow-up.

>> In 1989, in Oklahoma City, the IRS indicted and convicted a heroin dealer who had laundered $1 million through BCCI in New York and Hong Kong. No follow-up.

>> In 1989 the IRS office in Dallas requested and was refused permission to expand its investigation to Miami after a large undercover operation had fingered it as a key link in money-laundering activities…

*THE GREATEST FINANCIAL scandal in history — the BCCI affair — left American participants virtually untouched.  The media covered the scandal poorly even though, according to one investigative journalist, up to a hundred Washington politicians and lawyers might have been criminally liable.

As a result — much like Clinton and the Dixie Mafia — Americans have but the vaguest notion of what happened. In fact, the two stories overlap. And like many contemporary sagas of corruption, the two stories reached deep into both the major parties. In fact, if George W. Bush is elected, we will be entering our fifth consecutive presidential administration (two Democratic and three Republican) with direct ties to leading figures in the biggest financial scandal of all time.”—– From The Outlaw Bank , by Jonathan Beaty & S.C. Gwynne: http://www.kycbs.net/BCCI.htm

Take some time to read through the very lengthy article, documenting the various players, who were linked to this world-wide banking operation, and ask yourself why the IRS was barely able to raise a single finger in polite disgust, at all those “trillions” washing in and out of the banking system?  Too much paper work? This is the same agency that sends out SWAT teams to take down some poor bastard unable to pay his tax liability. The IRS apparently likes only small cases where no fancy pants lawyers are going to be found.

Maybe the sign over the Justice Dept…should be “Screw you America”  ’cause justice is just not their game.  The BCCI scandal was so big it looked like a Sperm whale in a bathtub… but those guys over at the Treasury Dept. lost all interest after learning socks make great finger warmers on a cold day. As for being the  *THE GREATEST FINANCIAL scandal in history— compared to the whole-sale gutting of the American economy, during the twenties, while the people were memorized by the bright lights of the “stock market”  this caper was barely a hiccup on the road to the next big “povertize the public scam” always lurking around yet another ponzi corner. And yet the government is crying the same old sad song… just like a broken record.

From another point of view on the incomes of the super-rich versus the rest is this grim reminder of just how asinine the whole raw deal has become:

“Incomes for the bottom 90 percent of Americans only grew by $59 on average between 1966 and 2011 (when you adjust those incomes for inflation), according to an analysis by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston for Tax Analysts. During the same period, the average income for the top 10 percent of Americans rose by $116,071, Johnston found.” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/25/income-growth-americans_n_2949309.html#slide=932007

February 25, 2013
Income Inequality: 1 Inch to 5 Miles by David Cay Johnston

“Over those 50 years, federal corporate income tax receipts grew 764 percent and personal income taxes 2,540 percent, while Social Security taxes soared 4,881 percent.

Visualize it this way:  Increases in national income are becoming more and more concentrated on the top rung, while the combined federal income and payroll tax burden grows down the ladder, where incomes are getting smaller.

That is a lot of stress being placed on people between the bottom rung and the top. I think it is more stress than the social ladder can bear, although when and how it will break no one will know until it happens.

Tax policy is driving these trends.

Ponder again that ratio in income growth after 45 years between the vast majority and the top 1 percent of the top 1 percent — $59 more to $18.7 million more. For each extra dollar of annual income going to each household in the vast majority, an extra $311,233 went to households in the top 1 percent of the top 1 percent. One inch to almost five miles.

What do you think will happen to our tax system, and to the United States, as tax policy helps extend that line to 10 miles?” http://www.taxanalysts.com/www/features.nsf/Articles/C52956572546624F85257B1D004DE3FC?OpenDocument

Keep that information in mind while taking a glance at another side of  the secretive private banking syndicate:

This carefully research article by Ellen Brown was first published in April 2009. It sheds light on the current crisis of the World monetary system. (GR ed. M. Ch.)

In an April 7 [2009] article in The London Telegraph titled “The G20 Moves the World a Step Closer to a Global Currency,” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard wrote:

“A single clause in Point 19 of the communiqué issued by the G20 leaders amounts to revolution in the global financial order.

“‘We have agreed to support a general SDR allocation which will inject $250bn (£170bn) into the world economy and increase global liquidity,’ it said. SDRs are Special Drawing Rights, a synthetic paper currency issued by the International Monetary Fund that has lain dormant for half a century.”

“In effect, the G20 leaders have activated the IMF’s power to create money and begin global ‘quantitative easing’. In doing so, they are putting a de facto world currency into play. It is outside the control of any sovereign body. Conspiracy theorists will love it.”

Indeed they will.

The article is subtitled, “The world is a step closer to a global currency, backed by a global central bank, running monetary policy for all humanity.”

Which naturally raises the question, who or what will serve as this global central bank, cloaked with the power to issue the global currency and police monetary policy for all humanity? When the world’s central bankers met in Washington last September, they discussed what body might be in a position to serve in that awesome and fearful role. A former governor of the Bank of England stated:

“[T]he answer might already be staring us in the face, in the form of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). . . . The IMF tends to couch its warnings about economic problems in very diplomatic language, but the BIS is more independent and much better placed to deal with this if it is given the power to do so.”1

And if the vision of a global currency outside government control does not set off conspiracy theorists, putting the BIS in charge of it surely will. The BIS has been scandal-ridden ever since it was branded with pro-Nazi leanings in the 1930s. Founded in Basel, Switzerland, in 1930, the BIS has been called “the most exclusive, secretive, and powerful supranational club in the world.” Charles Higham wrote in his book Trading with the Enemy that by the late 1930s, the BIS had assumed an openly pro-Nazi bias, a theme that was expanded on in a BBC Timewatch film titled “Banking with Hitler” broadcast in 1998.2 In 1944, the American government backed a resolution at the Bretton-Woods Conference calling for the liquidation of the BIS, following Czech accusations that it was laundering gold stolen by the Nazis from occupied Europe; but the central bankers succeeded in quietly snuffing out the American resolution.”3

Quigley wrote of this international banking network:

“[T]he powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world’s central banks which were themselves private corporations.”

The key to their success, said Quigley, was that the international bankers would control and manipulate the money system of a nation while letting it appear to be controlled by the government. The statement echoed one made in the eighteenth century by the patriarch of what would become the most powerful banking dynasty in the world. Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild famously said in 1791:

“Allow me to issue and control a nation’s currency, and I care not who makes its laws.”

For many years the BIS kept a very low profile, operating behind the scenes in an abandoned hotel. It was here that decisions were reached to devalue or defend currencies, fix the price of gold, regulate offshore banking, and raise or lower short-term interest rates. In 1977, however, the BIS gave up its anonymity in exchange for more efficient headquarters. The new building has been described as “an eighteen story-high circular skyscraper that rises above the medieval city like some misplaced nuclear reactor.” It quickly became known as the “Tower of Basel.”

Today the BIS has governmental immunity, pays no taxes, and has its own private police force.4 It is, as Mayer Rothschild envisioned, above the law.”

Ironically, noted Liu, developing countries with their own natural resources did not actually need the foreign investment that trapped them in debt to outsiders:

“Applying the State Theory of Money [which assumes that a sovereign nation has the power to issue its own money], any government can fund with its own currency all its domestic developmental needs to maintain full employment without inflation.” http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-tower-of-basel-secretive-plans-for-the-issuing-of-a-global-currency/13239

A fairly recent article about digital “Bitcoin”   has some interesting points to consider:

Bitcoin Obliterates ‘The State Theory Of Money’ Jon Matonis,   4/03/2013

“The economic contribution of his essay is that it represents the thesis advanced by German economist Georg Friedrich Knapp in The State Theory of Money (1924), an expose advocating the Chartalist approach to monetary theory claiming that money must have no intrinsic value and strictly be used as tokens issued by the government, or fiat money. Today, modern-day chartalists are from the school of thought known as Modern Monetary Theory (MMT).

Without getting into the intrinsic value debate, this is where I strongly depart from Denninger, because if we accept the thesis that all money is a universal mass illusion, then a market-based illusion can be just as valid or more valid than a State-controlled illusion. What Denninger and Greenbackers and MMT supporters reject is the notion that monetary illusions themselves are a competitive marketplace, falsely believing that only the State is in a ‘special’ position to confer legitimacy in monetary matters.

Regarding this issue of State-sanctioned legitimacy, bitcoin as a cryptographic unit seeks and gains legitimacy through the free and open marketplace. It is not a governmental instrument of legal tender that requires regulatory legitimacy and coercion by law in order to gain acceptance.

Governments have appropriated the monetary unit for their own benefit by declaring it the only preferred monetary unit for payment of taxes to the State. Believing that governments have sincere and good intentions in administering the monetary system is akin to believing in fairy tales. Control of the monetary system serves one and only one interest — the unlimited expansion of the sovereign’s spending activity to the detriment of the unfortunate users of that monetary unit. Decentralized Bitcoin obliterates this sad state of affairs.” http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonmatonis/2013/04/03/bitcoin-obliterates-the-state-theory-of-money/

Posted 2013-03-30 17:44 by Karl Denninger

“OK, I’ve been asked enough times, here it is — my view and analysis of “Bitcoin”, which I have taken to calling “Bitcon.” That probably deserves an explanation….

Let’s first define what an ideal currency would be. Currency serves two purposes; it allows me to express a preference for one good or service over another, and it allows me to express time preference (that is, when I acquire or consume a good or service.)

All currencies must satisfy at least one of these purposes, and an ideal currency must satisfy both.

Simply put there is no obligation to go along with the privilege that the originators of a crypto-currency scheme have left for themselves — the ability to profit without effort by the future efforts of others who engage in the mining of coins.

Those who argue that state actors creating currencies get the same privilege are correct, but those state actors also have the countervailing duty to withdraw that currency during economic contractions associated with their privilege, whether they properly discharge that duty or not.

For these reasons I do not now and never will support Bitcoin or its offshoots, nor will I accept and transact in it in commerce. I prefer instead to effort toward political recognition of the duties that come with the privilege that is bestowed on a sovereign currency issuer in the hope of solving the underlying problem rather than sniveling in the corner trying to evade it. The latter is, in my opinion, unworthy of my involvement.” http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=219284

US seizes top Bitcoin exchange as crackdown begins Published time: May 15, 2013 22:25

“The US Department of Homeland Security seized a payment processing account Tuesday belonging to Mt. Gox, the largest international Bitcoin trader, claiming the monetary exchange service falsified financial documents.

The American government has previously made it clear that officials are watching Bitcoin, a decentralized economic currency that international regulators have not yet been able to control. Many of those who favor Bitcoin use Dwolla, an Iowa-based startup that allows customers to transfer their dollars into Bitcoins.

Unfortunately for those consumers, the Department of Homeland Security issued a warrant Tuesday effectively shutting down Dwolla’s ability to process Bitcoin payments, as reported by CNET. Whether because of the DHS’ charge of operating an “unlicensed money transmitting business,” the sudden timing of the allegations, or another reason, Dwolla and Mt. Gox officials have been reluctant to comment.

“In order not to compromise this ongoing investigation being conducted by ICE Homeland Security Investigations Baltimore, we cannot comment beyond the information in warrant, which was filed in the District of Maryland [Tuesday],” said Nicole Navas, a representative for US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

The warrant claims Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles did not disclose he operated a financial transfer site when he opened a new bank account for the business. Money transmitting services, according to Gawker, are required to register with the Department of Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCen). Mt. Gox, which is involved in roughly 63 per cent of all Bitcoin purchases, has not done so.” http://rt.com/usa/bitcoin-exchange-seized-crackdown-begins-334/

Credit Union: Bitcoin’s New Best Friends? By Morgen Peck Posted 22 May 2013 | 17:08 GMT

In March, the market value of all bitcoins in circulation reached one billion dollars, attracting new investors, but also closer scrutiny from regulators. Last week, Dwolla shut down an account which funds MT Gox, the most popular on-line bitcoin exchange, after the Department of Homeland Security served the payment processor with a warrant. (It was hardly the first problem exchanges have seen. Back in 2011, PayPal didn’t wait for the regulators to act when it pro-actively closed the account of Coinpal, an individual who used to accept PayPal for bitcoins. In the early days, this service was one of the best ways for people to get their hands on bitcoins.)

As Modell, explained: “Most of the threat to the bitcoin world seems to come from regulators and banks. For lack of clear guidance, we do not know why banks are closing accounts. Banks may have decided that bitcoins for now are not worth the hassle of filings necessary or the associated taint,” he says. “If there are no regulatory issues that prevent our doing work with bitcoin firms, then to us the bitcoin wolf looks like a playful puppy.” http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/computing/networks/credit-union-bitcoins-new-best-friends

Bitcoin Hits $1 Billion
The total worth of the virtual currency has reached a new high. Economists are mystified as to why By Morgen E. Peck Posted 2 Apr 2013 | 17:17 GMT

“All of this is a big deal for Bitcoin. But making it into the Billion Dollar Club is not enough to impress professional investors, it seems. When asked whether Bitcoin’s aggressive ascent was turning any heads, Michael Kagan, the senior portfolio manager at ClearBridge Investments, had this to say: “I just don’t feel comfortable getting involved with something vulnerable to being hacked or manipulated, and with no recompense if it is. If I wanted to invest in something as an abstract store of value, I would buy gold.”

Maybe someday Bitcoin will gain its Wall Street cred. Until then, early adopters can at least bask in the glory of bewildering a whole generation of economic theorists.” http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/networks/bitcoin-hits-1billion

Actually bewildering an entire generation of economists is not that difficult, just ask a “Normative Question” say like why do rich people deserve more money, and watch their eyes glaze over. I also contemplated the various possibilities of a digital coin prior to 2001 as way to sell screen-saver graphics, or other computer only artwork. The idea was simply enough that IF such a digital coin could be exchanged, without fraud or hackers, an artist such as myself, could have hundreds of pictures for buyers to choose from with prices of a penny each or a dozen for a dime. The coin simply functions as a transition token between a buyer and seller.

The main problem I determined was converting the primary currency [dollars] to the digital-coin token and back again without the big banks manipulating the exchange values, plus fees, or the Feds simply declaring it illegal when such a digital-coin token system actually proved itself to work without their control. The practical idea was to facilitate purchases were no other form of hard currency, or credit cards can be used, in a practical manner, of values less than a dollar, not as a general replacement for the fed Note itself.

Bitcoin seems to have the technical factors worked out and people are clearly using the Coins, but digital money still has a major problem— bankers do not draw interest from its borrowing, so naturally they will only tolerate its use for so long before the powers of that foul syndicate are brought to bear as the Homeland Security blurb amply demonstrates. The money monopoly is exclusive and they do not tolerate any peons cutting into their rackets.

My theory of them is that they never actually needed the “money” per se in fact, they destroy money by every means possible. What they wanted was the control of the issuance and the subsequent control of the circulation as the means to a political end. To rule the world by their influence unseen, but always there like a iron fist kind of deal.

They had to remove the silver and gold coin to facilitate the broader goals, which includes the taxing power, to force the circulation function to operate in their monopolistic benefit. Taxing money in the specific manner of today is really quite stupid. In fact, it is stupendously stupid… were it not for the blatant, economic butchering of the American ownership of silver and gold money stocks, the federal treasury itself was never in danger of bankruptcy. This was war on the People from the banking syndicate. Congressman McFadden laid it out as clear as a bell— they manipulated the system from the inside to remove the Nations money, just as fast as they could for a decade. Not a dime of that real Coin money was ever returned to the American People period.

Where is the outrage over that crime America? Well, it was so long ago it is hardly worth mentioning…. I also wonder how many economists would be baffled at the theory that such theft equals — the depression— as in  if the Nations money stocks had not been stolen by every dirty, rotten, filthy, trick those lying back-stabbers could pull off— there was no depression at all. Meaning the depression was a result of “Stealing the Money” not the simultaneous rip-off scam operating on the casino market er stock market as cherishedly believed and yet for no particular good reason. Oh, they did cut off credit to the Nation as well, ’cause the policy was based on sound scientific theory.  Can you feel the Bullshit raining down— they cut off the credit to starve the people into poverty to further their goals and steal land as well. Lots of land. Economic sharks were operating on the people with impunity… which equals poverty and destitution every time.  But not a single law was broken? Contemplate this… If the government operated a bitcoin system back then the result would still be the same.

The Framers of this country never imagined for a second that the Congress, would be lording over the “spending” while a hostile foreign syndicate lorded over the “policy” controlling sovereign money.  Or they would have written it that way from the get go. The Achilles heel of America was the lack of a clear and purposeful National banking system. The reason why is due to the question of sovereignty itself. The use of money was still very simple, but the contract was quite sophisticated. The expectations of what money is supposed to do still plays a central role in its perception of value and worth. I went so far as to place money as an “instance” of a “psychological tension” due to the indisputable fact without a mind it has no existence period. The distinction being the emotional factor often far exceeds the intrinsic function of the medium itself. For many people money acts upon them not unlike a drug.

This emotional to mental tension is why money and unalienable Rights go together. As a result all people have natural sovereign Rights of Money. Which is not to say it is used in good conscience at all times, but when it is the “honor” of a man is reflected accordingly. A man who keeps his word is also going to keep his Credit. While these facts may not be stated in the Constitution specifically, the principles are well preserved in the Private rights of Contract. If men had no such Right to enter into a contract in private, the unalienable sovereign authority of the individual is voided. Men with no such unalienable rights would always need, explicit permissions from the Authority, which has that sovereign right, to decide such contracts. This destroys the inference men are equals in sovereign standing as citizens. The argument over the Bills of Rights was not that they were meant to be exclusive, but that something had to be preserved in the Law to ensure the resulting government had no subject authority greater over those whom created the Institution itself. Balance of powers was the contemplated intention.

Sovereign authority is not greater than unalienable Rights, as to have exclusive enumerated powers does not raise the possessor above all, but was to ensure a clear designation of authority is entrusted into that specific Office. To have the responsibility of those decisions requires a command of the power to make those decisions. A president cannot fear the exercise of his powers of Office, but conversely he cannot assume a power never granted or contemplated by the Law itself. The executive order is a breach of those enumerated powers and as such quite un-lawful. The never-ending claim of emergency is now an absurdity of particular farcical stupidity. To claim there is always an emergency to claim or grant powers never allowed is treason. Treason because the power to corrupt the “condition” leads to the greater corruption itself.  If Congress does not declare a war the president cannot declare an emergency… and yet the  restrictions on power, are avoided by manipulating the emergency as required, to sustain such unlawful powers indefinitely. The order even as policy still circumvents the restrictions on the Office and the treason results from that corruption when it is extended beyond the Office into subjects areas never contemplated or granted.

Thus, the federal government has abused the sovereign granted power by failing to restrict the unlawful manipulations of the nations money. It is the failure to carry out the fiduciary responsibility which  causes the authority to be extinguished from the Law.  Thus, the power is gone and has been null and void for quite some time now.

The Contract Clause appears in the United States Constitution, Article I, section 10, clause 1. It states:
No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.

The Framers were clearly worried the “States” would exceed their reach in matters they contemplated proper only for the federal. What is also clear they did not foresee the federal dis-connect itself from the restrictions so imposed that it would exploit the gray areas which result. Hamilton’s disastrous doctrine of  ‘implied powers’ opened the crack to allow the very movement itself away from enumerated powers of consent to seizing powers to achieve any end so desired. More importantly to sell the influence such powers always derives to others, also allows office holders to become easy targets for all manner of evils.  How tempting it is to use such powers when no fear of consequences has to be contemplated. Thus, such men are bought and sold like gummy bears in a candy store.

The abuse of Rights by the IRS is a direct influence from those that seek to control the people by debt. People are severely punished for not simply filing a Return— never mind the draconian financial extortions placed on them as well— and the fact most are not the liable party for the excise tax itself. But the inter-national banking king pins and white collar slime-balls helping these cartels ripping off millions, or billions, or now perhaps trillions and its barely a news item for a day or two.

Once again I contemplate that lost potential of money— which never made it to a single social good or a savings account…. never bought land or started a business…. untold trillions in lost potentials sucked out into that black-hole money pit to be used for every manner of evil known to mankind. And people are being “income” taxed to pay the interest on that monstrosity as if that was the only purpose of their existence. No crime there either if all you believe is what you are told.

More proof of the crime in progress:

Wednesday, 22 May 2013 10:28
World Bank Insider Blows Whistle on Corruption, Federal Reserve
Written by Alex Newman

Citing an explosive 2011 Swiss study published in the PLOS ONE journal on the “network of global corporate control,” Hudes pointed out that a small group of entities — mostly financial institutions and especially central banks — exert a massive amount of influence over the international economy from behind the scenes. “What is really going on is that the world’s resources are being dominated by this group,” she explained, adding that the “corrupt power grabbers” have managed to dominate the media as well. “They’re being allowed to do it.”

At the heart of the network, Hudes said, are 147 financial institutions and central banks — especially the Federal Reserve, which was created by Congress but is owned by essentially a cartel of private banks. “This is a story about how the international financial system was secretly gamed, mostly by central banks — they’re the ones we are talking about,” she explained. “The central bankers have been gaming the system. I would say that this is a power grab.”

The shadowy but immensely powerful Bank for International Settlements serves as “the club of these private central bankers,” Hudes continued. “Now, are people going to want interest on their country’s debts to continue to be paid to that group when they find out the secret tricks that that group has been doing? Don’t forget how they’ve enriched themselves extraordinarily and how they’ve taken taxpayer money for the bailout.” http://www.thenewamerican.com/economy/economics/item/15473-world-bank-insider-blows-whistle-on-corruption-federal-reserve

IRS Chief Met With Obama 100+ Times During Tea Party Attack

“Now, we’ve found out that the former IRS chief personally met with Obama 100+ times during the time that the IRS was targeting Tea Party and libertarian/conservative groups. During this time, the former IRS chief claims he “absolutely” never told Obama about the attack on the Tea Party.

Meanwhile, the person who ran the unit doing the Tea Party attacks was moved up — to the Obamacare enforcement unit. You can’t make this stuff up. The IRS helped rig the election, and everyone is lying about it. This isn’t just politics as usual.”  http://www.capitalisminstitute.org/irs-chief-obama/

On the links:

“Ted Cruz has created a firestorm on Twitter and Facebook by bluntly saying that the only way to actually “fix” the IRS is with the delete button, and get rid of it altogether. He’s also dead right.”

“The income tax is the most destructive thing on the books, literally discouraging people to make money, and transferring money away from building business to being wasted.”

“The income tax allows the government a vast, vast window into our lives in a way that allows them to watch every dime we make, watch every dime we spend, and control our entire economic lives.”  http://www.capitalisminstitute.org/end-irs-cruz/

Unless, the criminals are permanently removed from the operations of the Nations finances, the crimes will continue. By granting these corporate syndicates unconstitutional access, by various methods so employed,  to vast amounts of private information, violating the fifth amendment, due process as well, these insider criminals having used institutions, such as the IRS to enforce the taxing scheme, have enriched themselves for so long they think that is the law. Closing off only one side of their access is not going to work. Any tax which continues to violate the unalienable rights of working Americans is not the answer.

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One Response to ““Cry Me A River””

  1. lynda Says:

    Phew, what a convoluted nightmare.

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