The Greatest Con In America is called a Dollar

The greatest con the men behind the curtain ever pulled off in America, was that silver and gold were no good as money. The second greatest con was that replacing real money with synthetic “Notes” made them superior to the Coin itself. This was done to usher in a new kind of Credit note which exploited the psychological need for tangible worth and yet, was still fully controlled by its actual Intangible— Value of debt. [Capital will control Labor by the arm of the IRS] The new and improved industrial strength intangible paper-dollar was the corner-stone of the achievement— that is the over-throw of the silver dollar as the real Unit of Account, per Constitutional Law. The pirates sacked the castle without so much as a whisper.

A weight of paper has nothing to do with face value, much less, is this contrived value a matter of whose political portrait appears on the note itself. The fact is the “graven images” so used are a mockery of the Law itself… of which only a few get the ironic punch-line. The vast majority of Americans never give the obvious absurdity a second thought, after all, cash in America is King.  When the King of Cash speaks people listen— Tangible cash drives the perceptions of riches in hand, which is why thick bank-rolls, wads of bills etc. have such an immediate, intense gratificational effect every bit as powerful as a Narcotic. I would not be surprised if the unique scent of the new bills,  was in some manner, linked to or a derivative of cocaine.  Just because the 100’s regularly test positive for coke, does not necessarily mean they were only used for transport to the nose. That might just be the rationalized excuse…  it would make for an interesting set of double-blind tests, which IF testing proved positive would make the term “cash addiction” quite meaningful.

—–“This history demonstrates that official Washington, D.C., has no conception of what a “dollar” really is. The reason for this self-imposed ignorance is obvious. By reducing the “dollar” to a political abstraction, the government has empowered itself to engage in limitless debasement (depreciation in purchasing power) of our money. A “dollar” that must perforce of the Constitution contain 371.25 grains of fine silver cannot be reduced in value below the market exchange value of silver. A pseudo-“dollar” that contains no fixed amount of any particular substance per “dollar,” on the other hand, can be reduced in value infinitely”—– —–“What Is a Dollar? NOVEMBER 01, 1994 by EDWIN VIERA

Because the debasement of money amounts to a hidden tax, and interestingly enough, is still punishable by death, Congress’ silent refusal to recognize the original constitutional “dollar” amounts to the usurpation, of the authority it was given, for a private purpose. Instead, it is abusing that original authority and now like a power junkie, hooked on the “implied” unlimited power to tax, controls the Nations, private and public purse, through obtuse manipulations, of the entire ‘monetary confidence’ system.

Thus, the modern synthetic dollar aka “intangible” debt-note has become a means for the total confiscation, of any kind, or type,  of TANGIBLE private property, so held by people without any consideration for lawful private property rights. And the dirty deed is handled by foreign agents in cahoots with the government. That confidence scam in a nutshell is a SWINDLE of real property for fictional paper, whose value neither the Feds, or the Congress, actually possessed in the first place. This little black-hat trick is straight up a CONFIDENCE game ‘industrial style’ with the full force and power of government running the mega-sized, corporate machine on every level of the game. And the foreign agent profits from the scam as if it was indeed the King.

One need not be overly pessimistic to predict that misuse by politicians of the fictional, constantly depreciating,  pseudo ”dollar” to expropriate unsuspecting citizens actual money and the process will continue, until an economic crisis bad enough finally shocks an increasingly, impoverished American people out of its slumber. Only the very worst of times will force people to ask the simple questions why…. leading to the real question: “What exactly is this political  ‘dollar’ of confidence?

The silence of Congress, in regards to the prime question, is proof of the Crime in progress… a crime started so long ago it is the longest running scam one can point to with empirical determination, this is the root. However, empirical reductionism also defines the absurdity of credit notes circulating as private money as public debt. Every note is borrowed into existence and is issued as a Negative Dollar upon the holder. Every Note so issued if it was forced to carry the truth of itself, would have a red-sign against the numerator— the federal reserve note is a synthetic, political UNIT of CONFIDENCE, thus exploiting the critical difference between a nominal intrinsic substance, an abstraction of money and the resulting circulation of commercial debt currency.

The following statement is a good example of a “Semantic Fallacy” which is always lurking in the background in many arguments over what is a true currency of money:

“To answer that question, we first need to understand that there is no such thing as “intrinsic value. No good in the universe is intrinsically valuable, any more than any particular food is intrinsically tasty.”


:intrinsic – Latin intrinsecus, “on the inside,” came to be the English intrinsic, “inner, internal” and “inherent.”

1. Of or relating to the essential nature of a thing; inherent.
2. Anatomy Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts. Used of certain nerves and muscles.

value (ˈvæljuː)
1. the desirability of a thing, often in respect of some property such as usefulness or exchangeability; worth, merit, or importance
2.  an amount, esp a material or monetary one, considered to be a fair exchange in return for a thing; assigned valuation: the value of the picture is £10 000.
3. reasonable or equivalent return; satisfaction: value for money.


Money, by the defining abstract quality only–indeed has no intrinsic value— money has no molecular structure inherent to itself. A man does not walk down the road and spy a bit of money growing up from the earth. The only place money exists is in the mind of its beholder— which is why I defined money at this level as a psychological Tension in action—- it is the Tension which determines worth— not the metal or the paper of which the— TENSION is exchanged, resolved and satisfied [The three functions of the Law of Currency]. If a currency cannot complete these three essential steps it is not a Currency of free Money. The intrinsic value or inherent nature, of why one specific substance is more recognized as a “Literal Value” is in the accepted distribution of its worth, and the productive utility of its Value beyond the mere perception of its use. A coined dollar does indeed have an intrinsic value or a certificate would never have needed to be exchanged in the first place, Bonds would have no value as sold and banks would have no need for existence. Keep in mind credit is not money and neither is debt as each is dependent upon the intrinsic value of something else to give material worth to the claim so imposed by the promise to pay.

If Bob has a silver coin, Frank has a paper-shaped coin and Doug one made of wood, whose coin is the most durable of perceived value over time? Which coin can be distributed as an independent standard of value, far beyond its place of creation? Which coin, whose worth is not determined just by confidence alone, will be saved as wealth?

If credit is merely treated as Money, to whom is the credit owed when the debt is fixed by a promise to repay credit with credit? If a purchase is made at the store with credit, a debt is owed to the store which now needs a credit from the debtor to repay the credit.  However, the debtor has no credit from the store, his credit came from the bank and now the debtor must pay that debt, with credit so received from his labor. Banks do not give away credit for free, so the debtor must pay compound interest for the old, as added again to the new credit, and his balance will remain negative, as each new round of credit costs more than the previous. His costs of goods does not reflect the increasing costs of the credit. He pays more for those goods as each round of debt grows by credit expansion. He will soon be so indebted to the bank he will need another job, just to earn the additional credit to pay yet more interest upon the debt already owed. This is the direct result of using credit to bypass limits imposed by standards of weights and measures. To service that credit-debt is the reason inflation works only in the favor of the issuing bank, whose debt is paid by the hidden costs passed through the end receiver.

All of this criminal manipulation is only possible by asinine political control. Lawful money requires no exterior credit for its use, or an ‘interest’ for its reception as paid. If labor alone cannot be received in real money, Money has ceased to exist for labors. A dollar of political credit is intangible, and a dollar of debt produces a logical absurdity— to pay labor with a dollar of debt— becomes a debt which is owed for being earned–and is nonsensical. A man labors to earn Money– NOT a debt– so what is he really paid in is a phantom of money by political decree. The debt of this ‘phantom income’ is then taxed as positive worth, which robs the man of any actual gain of wealth. By a political decree declaring lawful money to be no good every man receives worthless credit-fiat-notes AS money of no intrinsic value on purpose.  The beauty of this con is that it relies on legit methods of accounting to conceal the dirty trick itself.

By placing the crux of the argument, on the wrong principle, which is not stated, to an implied principle, which is divorced from its logic, allowing the experts confuse the why— as in why does anything have any value at all, including labor and capital. If a debt dollar has no “intrinsic value” why does it produce interest income? If that debt has no value, why charge for its use? If that debt Note has no value— intrinsic or otherwise, then it is repudiated as Money period.  And yet, because it is not money by a COINED standard this makes it more valuable?  That result is an absurdity which is only possible by confounding the meanings of fiat based currency versus Money as Coined into a muddy blur.

A note of debt violates this Law of Currency due to the fact the reception of the note does not extinguish the negative property of the debt itself. If it DID there could be no INTEREST upon its borrowing as a function of Time used. The phrase “Debt Money” is just as oxymoronic as “jumbo shrimp” as Money has no artificial substance any more than it has a real one. A cartoon fiction called “Bugs Bunny” owes me a million dollars and by god that rabbit is going to pay up or else…. in what loony bin will that money materialize out of the thin air and land at my feet? Fictions only operate in a medium of fiction and when fictions cross over into Reality they cease to exist— so the game is to force reality into fictional land and make ends meet which would otherwise have no connection. Accounting fictions behave the same as real ones thereby allowing them to be mixed and co-mingled as if there was no difference at all.

By mixing the unnatural with the natural, the real with the abstract, an absurdity called a “debt bunny” is now by decree the most real money of all. Why by merely placing an image of the “debt bunny” on notes of circulation the question of worth is now solved and the Market can rejoice there is no Good in the universe so intrinsically valuable.  Playing word games of which the underlying meaning has been changed due to slang— or a fundamental imposition of terms— has allowed certain qualified expressions to become inherently false by their street use. Cash is currency not money…. intrinsic worth is to the beholder— the intrinsic value of a silver or gold coin was in the purity of substance— verifiable–calculated—a standard of weight and measure by which another can be fastened, thus measured, to be exchanged, resolved(price) and satisfied… leaving no remaining quotient of claim, thus extinguished. Money must act equally to do both actions of the promise to remain true to itself. I will be more than happy to receive gold or silver in exchange for “debt bunny” notes, but I will not sell my silver or gold for “debt bunny” notes, breaks the equality of the promise.  Banks do not sell “paper debts” they are issued—- by fiat alone.

A tax on instruments of debt amounts to an interest charge on the debt of the money, but the MONEY was never in circulation, was never received in parity to any lawful Unit, or satisfied to the purpose so claimed. A payment of wages in a debt note, exploits the language AS IF the underlying value was conveyed as well. A debt note has no ‘Consideration of Value’ as no banker actually performed a single minute of work, and a printing press, or computer keystroke, does not fulfill the counter-value equivalence of labor. Banks and labor like oil and water do not mix and to impose one upon the other in a fixed relationship is how the con has to operate in the banks favor. Otherwise banks get OUT of the business of playing monopoly money as no interest can be gained for profit by direct taxing on labor. The federal government wastes more money, just to be evil then it spends on the good of people. When was the last time ordinary people received a single penny to expend in their own Good?

Just ask a simple question: Why does a bank deserve a profit for another mans labor? Did that bank lend a hand to the labor so expended? Did that bank watch the kids, feed the dog or make a meal? How about the government—? What labor did some smirking government troll from the IRS actually perform in your favor? How can a taxpayer owe any money they have never received? The taxpayer supposedly owes money to the government— but the FRN is NOT money or a lawful currency of a coined dollar. Why are the working people owing a tax on a counterfeit  payment of labors? The government like a junkie always needs more money—- WHY after all this time does it not have any of its own? Why not print its own Treasury Notes usury free? Why did the government destroy its own money to favor the dead-hand of the international banking syndicate? And in doing so….  Congress debased the Unit of Account dollar to allow a Confidence scam, using its opposite, which no other agent can legislate into circulation for its imposition. The tax is essentially on the false dollar by the quality of its demand…. cash this check…. is all it takes to make this scam work. A coin needs no cashing out and a certificate is exchanged as a claim upon the substance itself.

—–“It made “all the gold and silver coins . . . issued from the . . . mint . .. a lawful tender in all payments whatsoever, those of full weight according to the respective values [established in the Act], and those of less than full weight at values proportional to their respective weights.”27 And it provided free coinage “for any person or persons,” and affixed the penalty of death for the crime of debasing the coinage.28″ Which is no doubt why the government today does not define a dollar and neither does the IRS. What people accept is a Tender- an offer- as a “Replacement” a synthetic equivalent of no particular worth SAVE for what it can purchase on the Market….

—–“A federal Reserve Note.

The swindle of the system is simple. The Federal Reserve Bank hires the US Treasury to print up some money. The Federal Reserve only actually pays the treasury for the cost of the printing, they do NOT pay $1 for each 1$ printed. But the Federal Reserve turns around and loans out that money (or credit line) to banks at full face value, those banks which have exhausted their deposits then loan that Federal Reserve fiat money to you, and you must repay it in the full dollar value (plus interest) in work product, even though the Federal Reserve printed that money for pennies, or created it out of thin air in a computer.”—–

Debt is good for the creditor and bad for the working stiff who cannot get out of the ‘phantom incomes’ trap so engineered to force acceptance of illegal fiat-credit-currency, in lieu of  a lawful currency of coined Money. What is really damning is the FED “dollar” really has no specific lawful definition:

—–” Ms. Willis, was, I fear, losing patience with me. “Thank you for your recent inquiry. We have tried to direct you to the agency that could be most responsive to your inquiry. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency regulates national banks. This agency does not have regulatory authority over actual currency, although our name may make you think otherwise. If you have issues dealing with the national banking system, please feel free to request our assistance. We will not respond to any other inquiries regarding the definition of a dollar.”

In other words, the U.S. Treasury either doesn’t know, or won’t tell, what a “dollar” is. Moreover, in taking this evasive stand, it tries to distract the questioner with irrelevant references to the Comptroller of the Currency, and a disingenuous disclaimer that it (the Treasury) has no “regulatory authority over actual currency.”

Back in 70s I asked the dollar question to the Internal Revenue Service. After all, you must swear to the value of your income in “dollars,” testifying that your evaluation is “true, correct, and complete,” under penalty of perjury, although, having taken no oath, you couldn’t have committed that crime. Surely, therefore, the IRS would know what a dollar is. How else could it determine the accuracy of the return? The reply from the IRS was remarkably straightforward: “The term “dollar” is not defined in the Internal Revenue Code.” I wrote back, requesting a definition from any portion of the United States Code, and am still awaiting the reply.

About the same time I wrote a letter to the president of my bank, and asked him what a dollar was. He sent me a very nice, rather rambling letter, in which he concluded that he really couldn’t tell me, but if I found out what it was, would I let him know?”—-

—–“But the reality with this government theory of GDP backing the dollar is flawed to begin with. The dollar acts as a “medium of exchange” and is only valuable because it can be exchanged for goods and services. It is one’s production that is the actual backing of the dollar, not the piece of paper itself.

Take another look at that dollar bill you pulled out….

Do you need further proof that U.S. dollars are debt? What does it say at the very top of the dollar bill? It’ says “Federal Reserve Note.”

What is the definition of the word “note?”

Note: “A written promise to pay a debt.”

What is this debt that you, the one who is possessing these dollars, has to pay? I thought your production (via your hard earned labor) was something you got to keep? But according to what you are being paid for your labor, i.e. dollars you are accepting as payment, are nothing but IOU’s.”—-

[—-“To answer that question, we first need to understand that there is no such thing as “intrinsic value. No good in the universe is intrinsically valuable, any more than any particular food is intrinsically tasty.”———-The Founding fathers might disagree…]

Of enduring importance is Hamilton’s admonition that “[t]here is scarcely any point, in the economy of national affairs, of greater moment than the uniform preservation of the intrinsic value of the money unit. On this the security and steady value of property essentially depends.” Apparently, however, although Hamilton’s statue stands before the Department of the Treasury, his words have been forgotten in contemporary Washington, D.C.
Thus did the first Congress – which knew what the Constitution meant if any Congress ever did – rigorously apply the Constitution’s mandate: It determined as a fact “the value of a Spanish milled dollar as the same is now current,” and thereby permanently fixed the constitutional standard of value, or “money of account,” as a unit of weight consisting of 371.25 grains of fine silver in the form of coin. It coined American “dollars” as “Money,” containing this intrinsic value of silver. It coined American “eagles” as “Money,” containing a fixed weight of pure gold – and regulate[d]” their “Value” at so-many “dollars” by comparing their intrinsic value in (weight of) fine gold to the market-equivalent of silver. It gave both the silver and gold coins legal-tender character for their intrinsic values in all payments. It opened the mint to free coinage of the precious metals. And it outlawed debasement of the nation’s new “Money.”
Meanwhile, Congress and its agents were carefully exploring the basis of, and possible structures for, a national monetary-system. In his letter to Congress of 15 January 1782, Robert Morris, Superintendent of the Office of Finance, commented that, “[a]lthough most nations have coined copper, yet that metal is so impure, that it has never been considered as constituting the money standard. This is affixed to the two precious metals [i.e., silver and gold], because they alone will admit of having their intrinsic value precisely ascertained.” “Arguments are unnecessary to shew that the scale by which every thing is to be measured ought to be as fixed as the nature of things will permit,” wrote Morris, concluding that”[t]here can be no doubt therefore that our money standard ought to be affixed to silver.” Although Morris personally favored creating an entirely new standard coin, he recognized that “[t]he various coins which have circulated in America, have undergone different changes in their value, so that there is hardly any which can be considered as a general standard, unless it be Spanish dollars.”27

On 13 May 1785, a committee presented Congress with “Propositions Respecting the Coinage of Gold, Silver, and Copper,” which referred to the “Plan which proposes that the Money Unit be One Dollar.” “In favor of this Plan,” the committee reported, is “that a Dollar, the proposed Unit, has long been in general Use. Its Value is familiar. This accords with the national mode of keeping Accounts.” Later, the report referred to the “dollar” as the “Money of Account,” thereby equating that term with the term “Money-Unit.”31

On 6 July 1785, Congress unanimously “Resolved, That the money unit of the United States be one dollar.”32 Almost another year elapsed until, on 8 April 1786, the Board of Treasury reported to Congress on the establishment of a mint:

Congress by their Act of the 6th July last resolved, that the Money Unit of the United States should be a Dollar, but did not determine what number of grains of Fine Silver should constitute the Dollar.

We have concluded that Congress by their Act aforesaid, intended the common Dollars that are Current in the United States, and we have made our calculations accordingly.
* * * * *

The Money Unit or Dollar will contain three hundred and seventy five grains and sixty four hundredths of a Grain of fine Silver. A Dollar containing this number of Grains of fine Silver, will be worth as much as the New Spanish Dollars.33

Shortly thereafter, on 8 August 1787, Congress adopted this standard as “the money Unit of the United States.34

Again, stark and striking is the contrast between how the committee of the Continental Congress – composed of the Founding Fathers – approached the problem of fixing the unit of money, and how the modern Congress deals with the same matter. The committee determined that an American”dollar” should contain a known, unchangeable weight of silver, and would be “worth as much as the New Spanish Dollars” because it actually contained this weight of precious metal, not simply because Congress said it was a “dollar.” Today’s Congress, however, assumes that the “dollar” need have no rational relationship to a weight of silver, of gold, or even of base metals. Thus, today’s Congress assumes that the value of money has nothing to do with the substance that composes a coin, but is merely the product of a political decree. In today’s Washington, D.C., might not only makes right, but also creates economic value!”—–

—SEC. 19. And be it further enacted, That if any of the gold or silver coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint shall be debased or made worse as to the proportion of fine gold or fine silver therein contained, or shall be of less weight or value than the same ought to be pursuant to the directions of this act, through the default or with the connivance of any of the officers or persons who shall be employed at the said mint, for the purpose of profit or gain, or otherwise with a fraudulent intent, * * * every such officer or person who shall be guilty of any * * * of the said offenses, shall be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death.
“Correctly understood, the U.S. government’s coinage operation violates Article 1, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution empowered Congress to “coin money,” not to produce worthless tokens. The government’s coinage operation also violates Title 18, Section 1001, of the U.S. criminal code which reads as follows: “Whoever, in any manner within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States knowingly and willfully falsifies, conceals or covers up by any trick, scheme, or device a material fact or makes any false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representations, or makes or uses any false writing or document knowing the same to contain any false, fictitious or fraudulent statement or entry shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than five years or both. June 25, 1948, c. 645, 62 Stat. 749.” Since the design, composition and structure of U.S. cupro-nickel coins is nothing more than “a trick, scheme, or device” to conceal their true value, character, and composition, all persons who have been and are now involved in their authorization should be prosecuted under this statute.”
Around 1976 Americans’ right to own gold was restored, with the gold price at about $180 an ounce. Currently the gold price is around $350 per ounce. This means that during the past 60 years the U.S. dollar, in terms of gold, has been devalued by 82.5%. Put in another way, only 17.5% of the dollar’s value remains.
In America’s Great Depression, Murray N. Rothbard, Professor of Economics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, describes how the creation of the Federal Reserve System increased the bankers’ ability to inflate the currency supply sixfold. During 1923 to 1929 the bankers did inflate the currency supply enormously. Such an artificial inflation inevitably brings about a subsequent need for deflation. Federal Reserve bankers, the source of America’s currency and credit, reduced the currency supply by refusing loans to stable and growing industries, stores, and farmers. At the same time they demanded payment on existing loans. They also increased interest rates. Currency was rapidly taken out of circulation and was not replaced. America was put in a depression and in deep trouble. Goods were available to be purchased, jobs waiting to be done, but little currency was available. Twenty-five percent of workers were laid off. Banks took possession of tens of thousands of farms and businesses through foreclosure. Gloom settled over America.
Counterfeit paper currency is very cheap to “create,” and whoever prints it makes a huge profit! Builders work hard to make a profit of 5% above their cost in building a house. Auto makers sell their cars 1% to 2% above the cost of manufacture, which is considered good business. But counterfeit paper currency “manufacturers” have no limit on their profits since a few cents will print a $1 bill, a $100 bill, or even a $10,000 bill.

The U.S. Treasury prints $1 billion in bank notes. The printing cost is about $20.62 per 1,000 bills – it costs the same irrespective of the denomination – the cost of printing a $1 note is about the same as for a $100 note: about .0206 cents. The Federal Reserve “buys” these bills from the U.S. Treasury, paying only for the printing costs. The bills are then exchanged at full face value for the bonds. The government uses the currency to pay its obligations. What are the results of this fantastic transaction? Well, the government’s bills are paid all right, but the U.S. Government has now indebted the people to the Federal Reserve bankers for $1 billion plus interest!

Since this process has been going on since 1913, the people are now indebted to the bankers to the tune of trillions of dollars. The people are taxed billions of dollars each month just to pay the interest on this “national debt.” With both the principal and the interest climbing every month, there is no hope of ever paying off this “debt.” The working people of the United States now “owe” the approximately 300 banking families and their consorts more than the assessed value of all the assets in the United States. And realize, the bankers got all this for the cost of paper, ink, and bookkeeping!


You say this is terrible! Yes it is, but this is only part of the sordid story. Under this “debt-currency” system, those U.S. Bonds referred to above have now become assets of the banks, called their “reserve.” Regular commercial banks use these assets to issue loans to individual and commercial customers. Since the banking laws require only about a 12% reserve, this means the banking fraternity can lend up to eight times the amount of the bonds they have on hand. As a result of the $1 billion discussed here, they can lend $8 billion to private customers at interest. This means that together with the $1 billion lent to the government, the bankers can lend out $9 billion at interest for the original cost to them of about $400,000 for the printing! And because the Federal Reserve bankers have been granted a monopoly, the only way our people and businesses can get currency to carry on trade and expand industry and farming is to borrow it from the bankers!


Although there has never been a court case that challenged the legality of the Federal Reserve System, there was a challenge to the National Recovery Act or NRA, which was ruled unconstitutional. The U.S. Supreme Court – Schechter Poultry v. U.S., 29 U.S. 495, 55 U.S. 837.842 (1935) – ruled that, “Congress may not abdicate or transfer to others its legitimate functions.” Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution states, “The Congress shall have power… to coin money, regulate the value thereof… ” By passing the Federal Reserve Act, Congress abdicated and transferred to the Federal Reserve bankers its constitutionally legitimate function of issuing and controlling money. If the Supreme Court ruling on the NRA is applied to the Federal Reserve System, the unconstitutionality and illegality of the Fed becomes obvious.”—–

Like all Cons, of the confidence variety, the truth slips out from time to time:

—–“What are U.S. notes, and how do they differ from Federal Reserve notes?
U.S. notes, the first national currency, began circulating during the civil war; they were authorized by the Legal Tender Act of 1862. The Department of the Treasury issued these notes directly. Issuance was subject to limitations; the Congress established a statutory limitation of $300 million on the amount of U.S. notes outstanding and in circulation. Although this amount was significant in Civil War days, it is a very small fraction of the total currency now in circulation in the United States.

*U.S. notes serve no function that is not already served by Federal Reserve notes. As a result, the Treasury Department stopped issuing U.S. notes, and none have been placed into circulation since January 21, 1971. Those that remain in circulation are obligations of the U.S. government.

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 authorized the production and circulation of Federal Reserve notes. Although printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP), these notes move into circulation through the Federal Reserve System. They are obligations of both the Federal Reserve System and the U.S. government.

Both U.S. notes and Federal Reserve notes are part of our national currency and are legal tender. They circulate as money in the same way.”

*Serve no function? What an astonishing bit of truth with a slight twist. If both Notes serve the same function why produce an inferior FRN at all period? There must be a significant difference and yet, the fed org. is quite silent on the actual question of that essential difference… only one of them circulates interest free, or once did in the deep background, where people were unaware of its factual existence, but that is not worthy of explanation?

The Con of the “fiat-dollar” depends on people NOT being aware of that crucial difference between these Notes, or the odious manipulations which were imposed to remove the interest-free notes from proper circulation. By this disconnection of the proper relationship, whose worth is dependent upon full disclosure of said “intrinsic value” to the reception of its exchange, the dollar con destroys positive credit as a Profit to the Issuer.  If one party is purposely defrauding the other party, by failing to disclose the loss due to debt, or the false character of the credit, the party so cheated is taking a full loss of “Positive Credit” by the very exchange itself of only negative credit compounded by another. What part of this fraud is made legitimate by sprinkling magic words on top of the act itself? Well, all of it actually—the Congress gave the FED’s the authority to do this business deal in order to play the much deeper game. High risk yields higher profits and drives dreams so sold.

However, a function of negative credit is the only character of the Tender in trade, whose intrinsic value is negated by the interest of its Rent. A positive Note of credit in Tender has no interest and is rent free by its circulation. The Note if exchanged for its Claim of silver, as defined by the dollar weight acts as the promise resolved of “intrinsic value” by its value which is conserved over time. If the fiat-note-dollar cannot buy the same amount of gold or silver, or any other asset of the Market, consistently over Time, it is clearly inferior to that which does. Without the tangible value so attached, all forms of credit-fiat-currency simply loses any value by debt-relation and therefore, cannot preserve the “value” so assigned by numerical sign. A dollar of one is no more valuable than a dollar of a hundred— as each is a dollar of nothing.  A dollar of milk is a piece of paper not a gallon so measured. Every man who works by the dollar hour is robbed by debt-inflation—-as the labor dollar was purposely divorced from the Unit of Account, so Capital could control labor by the receptions of paper tokens, whose value is subject to internal costs called inflation. And if that proportion of worth to scarcity, was distinguished by the material size of the Note itself— today it would be the size of a postage stamp and worth a tenth of a copper penny.

Inflation masks the scarcity problem of mass-produced tokens. When millions of Notes, are printed daily, in denominations, whose face value is not the sum of the printed aggregate, such industrial printing absolutely refutes scarcity. Therefore, inflation while decreasing the return of equivalence value by labor, increases the material worth of goods to favor mercantile assets in Trade. That is the truth of the flexible, political dollar, which robs the labor by shifting the “weight” upon the scale by an invisible finger.  That finger belongs to the bank which issues the Notes and collects the fee of its use.

{—–“The purpose of inflation, as it has been throughout history, is to transfer capital from some persons to others. … But no money manipulator in the course of history had the totally free hand which monetary authorities enjoy today.—}

—… To better understand how the system works… consider the creation of the Bank of England. In the late seventeenth century, a big-time banker named William Paterson had a bright idea. He figured out how he could obtain a 139-percent return on his money each year. His method was simplicity itself. He collected seventy-two thousand pounds in gold and silver coin, almost all of it borrowed, and formed a bank to print paper money receipts for 16 2/3 times the value of his coin. He immediately lent the funny money – £1,200,000 – to the King of England, who used it to finance a war. Since the king paid an interest of 8.3 percent, Paterson received £100,000 annually in interest on an actual capital of £72,000. It was a great deal for Paterson, and the king did not complain. But it wasn’t so great for everyone else. Since Paterson actually had only six percent as much gold as he needed to redeem his notes, he was clearly defrauding the taxpayers, whom the king obligated to retire Paterson’s inflationary loan. When people started grumbling, the king simply granted Paterson a monopoly privilege to print paper money.

Thus the Bank of England was established, and along with it, a principle that inflationists have clung to ever since: the best way to bring paper money into circulation is to finance government deficits.”
— James Dale Davidson, Chairman of the National Taxpayers Union, 1980″—-

The root of the Con is right there to be understood and yet, the vast majority of people are either too intimidated, by the agents of confiscation, or brain-washed by the ed-u-cation system to clearly perceive how they are trapped into a ‘voluntary compliance’ with a confidence game…. and are victims of the crime they help to perpetuate by ignorance or greed, as the actual case may be… after all, there is a very secretive layer of control permeating the operations both inside the required “internal structures” and the exterior perceptions required for the lie to work. The IRS is a social enforcement operation whose primary task is to give legitimacy, that the “Dollar con is real” and enforce the resulting entrapment against the Will of people by force. This force is based on the so-called Direct taxing authority, which Congress uses like a flag to wipe its bankers ass. The basic truth is the IRS is a Pirate operating on the lands without regard to any Law. They collect the Booty by whatever means necessary and their record of abuse is a long one. The IRS simply claims they act on the authority of Congress.  As if international jurisdiction was a magic box. To  limit a resource one must control the source itself.

—-“Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other *Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct.”—–

—–“SECTION 8. The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the United States; but all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States;

To borrow money on the credit of the United States; To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian tribes; To establish an uniform rule of naturalization, and uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States; To coin money, regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures; To provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the securities and current coin of the United States.”—-

Nowhere in these delegated powers does Congress gain the explicit power to tax State Citizens, unconstrained by common sense and without any basis in Law. The purposeful misdirection of the “Direct Tax” as one which is Sent to the States, with very specific, unalterable provisions to make such “a tax” LAWFUL AS DIRECTED, is of course buried under a mountain of BS to hide the fact, no such tax was sent to any Individual within that State, by the FED’s because not only was it unlawful to do so, it was an absurdity such a power even existed. Only due to the need to control does the power become obvious in its use.

—–“An unlimited power to tax involves, necessarily, a power to destroy; because there is a limit beyond which no institution and no property can bear taxation. — Justice John Marshall (1755-1835) US Supreme Court Chief Justice (McCullough v. Maryland, 1819)

Were the writers of the Constitution so daft they did not comprehend the “powers” they were magically endowing upon the Congress, which would VIOLATE every single principle of the Declaration of Independence, the Confederate provisions of State Sovereignty, by gross mis-representation of the Instrument itself? If that is indeed the case the “Constitution” itself is a fraud upon all people of the States of the Union, and therefore, is VOID by its criminal intentions and patiently false character. The Law cannot be a fraud of itself… if the liars in Congress, cannot and will not uphold the Law, then they are the outlaws… period.

—–“The fact that the Constitution gave politicians the power to tax, also gave them the power to destroy. Its taxing power makes the Constitution a formula for destruction. And that is how it turned out in practice. It was the taxing power – the North taxing the South (see Chapter Eight) – that caused the Civil War and the death of more than 300,000 Americans.

Congress has a legal research branch called the Congressional Research Service. A letter, dated June 26, 1989, from the office of Senator Daniel K. Inouye in Hawaii to a tax consultant Fred Ortiz states, that based on the research performed by the Congressional Research Service, “there is no provision which specifically and unequivocally requires an individual to pay income taxes.

Because the income tax is an excise tax on a thing (income), and an indirect tax, by definition the ultimate receiver or consumer of the income cannot be liable for income tax on it. In other words, you cannot be liable for income tax on your income.

I have a notarized statement from Scott Lewis Rendelman (enrolled to practice before IRS, enrollment number 28753), which states:

“In my extensive research of the Internal Revenue Code, I can say, unequivocally and with absolute certainty, that nowhere in the Internal Revenue Code is there a section where liability for income tax is established. And furthermore, by definition of an excise tax, if anyone could say for sure that he or she is not liable for the income tax, it is the “ultimate consumer,” the person receiving the income.”

On April 15, 1987 both Stang and Hansen were back at the Louisville church, attending a conference on liberty. They received a message from Hansen’s wife that two U.S. marshalls had arrived at Hansen’s home. She told the marshalls that Hansen was flying home from Omaha that night. The marshalls said they would “pick him up and take him home.” Other marshalls, without a warrant, arrested Hansen at Eppley Airport in Omaha, and threw him into the Douglas County jail. From there he was flown in chains to Washington, where they booked him into the Alexandria City Jail under the assumed name, “Fred Smith.” Neither Hansen, his wife, nor his attorney knew that an assumed name had been used. The purpose of these Gestapo tactics was to prevent Hansen from testifying at the Congressional hearings on the “taxpayers’ bill of rights,” of which he was the author.

———-“The “system” decided it had to teach Congressman Hansen a lesson because, had he been allowed to continue serving on Capitol Hill, he would soon likely be the chairman of the powerful House Banking Committee.

So, why did Judge Lodge, whose personal reasons for needing to keep the well-documented criminal nature of the banking industry below public scrutiny, with the help of the Idaho Department of Finance, trump up a bank fraud conviction by denying the admission of exonerating evidence in court in order to throw Hansen in prison and make sure that he was punished severely with diesel therapy?

Was it because Congressman Hansen was getting close to the truth and accumulating the political power it would take to finally and totally expose the banking industry and government for its criminal abuses of the American people?

Judge Lodge’s Court of Kangaroos

CAP was apparently the final straw and abusive criminal government had to shut Hansen down. On the eve of CAP becoming fully operational, powerful special interests and political enemies derailed the project and forced a domino effect of financial repercussions upon Hansen and his associates. The government then took the situation it had created and indicted, prosecuted and convicted Hansen of bank fraud. Though the treachery of Judge Lodge and the government disdained the patriotic financial sacrifices made by Hansen’s supporters for good government and callously prevented his efforts to re-pay them, it did not prevent Hansen from publicly pledging that these law breaking government bullies could never seal his lips, nor stop him from somehow paying back the people he owed and thereby keeping his word.

“Every attorney who has read the court transcripts is concerned and confounded as to how George could have been convicted on bank fraud charges when the supervising bank officers were not only acutely aware of his financial operation and transactions, but were actively assisting him in his efforts for over ten years! “George defrauded no one and we can prove it,” stated Congressman Kindness.

Hansen was not really imprisoned and tortured by “our” government for bank fraud, though that was the government’s excuse to lock him up and shut him down. Hansen was actually a political prisoner who was guilty of attempting to provide the American people with the ammunition of knowledge so they could successfully fight back against the senseless encroachment of government oppression which more and more is ruining the lives of all of us.

Hansen dedicated his civil service to facilitating a return to a Constitutional form of government which is of, by and for the people and “our” government felt threatened enough by his noble activities to see to it that he was imprisoned and tortured for daring to tell citizen/taxpayers the truth.”—–

—-continued—– “According to Stang:

“George was thrown into a dark basement cell full of cockroaches and lice, surrounded by drunks… He had to sleep in a bunk too narrow to contain him, and wear his Omaha coveralls for ten days… George is 6′ 6″ tall, and weighed 270 pounds when the day-mare began… Congressman Hansen was imprisoned under a law that contains no criminal penalties.”

“The entire, increasingly rickety, structure is designed to preserve the secret of the “income tax”; which is that – as presently applied to working people – it has been perverted into a direct tax on the source without apportionment. Such a tax is as illegal today as it was when the Founding Fathers wrote the Constitution. That is the secret our friends at I.R.S. are trying to hide.”
— Alan Stang, 1988

It is no accident that both the Federal Reserve System and the modern IRS have their origins in 1913. The same senator Nelson Aldrich who played a key role in passing the Federal Reserve Act, was also the kingpin that pushed the Sixteenth Amendment through Congress. As we saw in Chapter Three, Aldrich was the grandfather of Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller. Around the end of WW II, income tax withholding was introduced. One of the prime movers of withholding was Beardsley Ruml, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Could this mean that the IRS is really the Gestapo of the Federal Reserve Bankers?”—–
Yes, it is no coincidence, but far too many researchers fail to grasp the entire picture and not just the 800 pound gorilla pounding taxpayers into sand. All roads lead directly back to the Bank of England, whose fictions of Credit bought the world, but who did they buy it from again? Well, look at the history so involved and it is more of a question of how to conquer a world, by all means necessary, where the means provides the end. The motto,”you keep what you kill” describes the mindset of those at the top and their underlings.  To extract tribute by direct violence only works while there is tribute to be taken. To enslave people against the conscious will requires a devious method by which their own honesty is used against them. This is the truth behind WHY the Code has to read as it does, while coupled to equally deceptive “amendments” which serve to legitimize false authority by asserting 1st Rights where no such Rights can exist… unless the bankers own outright every man, woman and child, by the forced demand of a signature upon  the birth certification. In which case it is the banker demanding a just Return upon that person so secretly owned, which its gestapo enforces by any means possible, barely attached to any factual law by “implied regulations” acting like a twin to a genuine regulation under title 27 in the excise section. The ruthless nature of the Agent is a direct reflection of its Master.

Just how evil is this top of the new world order…? Considering the blood-shed upon the world so boasted as owned, what evil have they not done already? They teach the young and foolish that virtue is not good, and of no value, for there is no inherent good in being good— the semantic fallacy laid bare— thus, only in being evil, does the quality of their ‘money’ reveal itself as an intrinsic reflection of its Master.

Where might justifies the Rights of the Conqueror, leaving the conquered to choose life as a slave or death as a free man, does their Value system shine red in truth. In modern times any man asserting his freedom is ridiculed as if such an assertion was too laughable to be believed at all. Those at the top of the Order direct their lawmakers to do their evils for them, for what do they fear of the helpless? Do they really fear how many worthless tokens circulate in the hands of peasants? Do they fear negative numbers of commoners debt on a screen? No…. they only thing they fear is what they ridicule, the only thing they cannot own— the Will of a free man. So it is that Will they attack by all means necessary, no matter how twisted the Law must become to prohibit freedom itself. That would be freedom from them, for the Earth makes no chains upon its Creatures… a fact even the most ardent evolutionists ignore, even to their own peril.  Only man enslaves man by the force of violence, aided by whatever treachery which can be accomplished and ordained. The evil of this world is born from the fruits of their labors of which the sorrows and blood so shed is a moot testament, they have no other Master, but that which calls to them, in the darkness of their own hearts.

Their intrinsic value is so defined.



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