An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, “The Gig is Up”

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  • Sun, Jan 31, 2010 - 03:09am

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    An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, “The Gig is Up”

An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, “The Gig is Up”

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  • Sun, Jan 31, 2010 - 10:00am

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    Re: An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, …

Davos,

Thanks for posting that.  A very good video to pass around along with the Crash Course.

  • Sun, Jan 31, 2010 - 01:02pm

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Excellent Video!  Thanks Davos!  It’s now heading out into my email groups!

  • Sun, Jan 31, 2010 - 04:01pm

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It is a very good video.  I wish we had CD’s to pass around like the crash course.

  • Sun, Jan 31, 2010 - 06:13pm

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Davos,

Thanks for this link.  I just watched the whole video, and it’s EXCELLENT!  I highly recommend viewing.  Notice also that the video is available for free from http://www.gigisup.net. at least according to the googlevideo source info.

 

I wish he had not referred antagonistically to “the Right” several times, because introducing partisanship to this discussion only alienates a whole “demographic.”  Part of Chris’s appeal and power to influence lies in the fact that he assiduously avoids partisanship.  And in fact, as he has said numerous times, the responsibility and culpability for the many anti-democratic aspects of this situation fall squarely on the shoulders of administrations, elected representatives and appointed government officials from both parties.

I also wish Fielder hadn’t cited Alex Jones as an excellent source on the history of the secret doings and intentions of the international elite.  I respect Alex Jones for his courage and persistence in challenging and critiquing TPTB and educating ordinary Americans.   But only his most ardent admirers would deny that his style and some of his content is over the top, which could be enough to discredit (some or all of) Fielder’s arguments among anyone familiar with Alex Jones, or interested enough to check him out.

Apart from these points, I found Fielder’s presentation clear, compelling, and beautifully supported by all the other historical and contemporary figures he quoted and cited.

WT

 

 

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    Re: An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, …

Good find, Davos!  

I think some of the basic concepts associated with money are very hard for people to grasp and understand, probably more-so because we had no idea there were all these concepts associated with money!  Gary Fielder, the gentleman giving the presentation, does the public a service by making them aware of those concepts, and making them easier to understand.  The more people who get access to material like this and Chris’s Crash Course, the better for all of us!

-pinecarr

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I thought it was interesting to get an attorney (who specializes in Constitutional law) perspective. That said while I too had an issue or two I thought overall it was excellent. The one thing I especially liked was his depiction of a hard drive platter with actual, loaned and derivative money scattered about.

One hard drive destined for a crash.

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    Re: An Important Watch Constitutional Lawyer on the Fed, …

Good find, Davos!  

I think some of the basic concepts associated with money are very hard for people to grasp and understand, probably more-so because we had no idea there were all these concepts associated with money!  Gary Fielder, the gentleman giving the presentation, does the public a service by making them aware of those concepts, and making them easier to understand.  The more people who get access to material like this and Chris’s Crash Course, the better for all of us!

+1… I wish they required this watch in school. Hum hardrive money….whats next flashdrive & then poof?

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Davos –many thanks — most of the video is excellent. For some reason it seems as if nobody can resist kicking in their political bias when producing an otherwise factual presentation. Right, left or otherwise knocks their broad credibility down in my opinion. Pulling in somebody like LaRouche into the conversation (or other seriously controversial figure) immediately will also put a significant percentage of viewers on the defensive.

The facts presented appear accurate as far as my understanding of our system and its history goes.

Jim

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[quote=jpitre]

Davos –many thanks — most of the video is excellent. For some reason it seems as if nobody can resist kicking in their political bias when producing an otherwise factual presentation. Right, left or otherwise knocks their broad credibility down in my opinion. Pulling in somebody like LaRouche into the conversation (or other seriously controversial figure) immediately will also put a significant percentage of viewers on the defensive.

The facts presented appear accurate as far as my understanding of our system and its history goes.

Jim

[/quote]There were a few things I didn’t like, many you mentioned. I’m not certain about some of the quotes either.

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