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    Re: The question all americans should ask themselves.

Thomas,

I once heard a saying "Complaining without offering solutions is the definition of bitching".

When Dogs suggest you "fish or cut bait" I think he was looking to get your solution, not more bitching – and no offense to you – we all do it. I’ve been following this thread quietly for the most part, because I’m not sure what you’re after. If you want people to realize these banksters are intent on robbing us blind… well, I don’t think you’re enlightening anyone here. We’re all pretty keen on that.
This is not a situation where the devil is in the details; it’s blatantly obvious to anyone with a modicum of consciousness. Understanding the anatomy of the situation is likewise futile. It will be important to frame future solutions with understanding of our present calamity, but beyond that, it’s tantamount to understanding the dynamics of a nuclear blast; most people don’t really need to know the physics behind the blast, so long as they understand that everything in the blast radius is damned.

So what’s the solution?

The solution is to buy as little as possible. Generate as little tax revenue as possible, and produce enough to preclude dependance on a government. Find a community that’s "on board" with that concept. Making changes in our personal lives is the only way we can really mitigate this castrophe.

Finally, I think it’s important to understand that what is being stolen here is twofold:
– Currency
– Livelihood

They’re not taking our wealth, our quality of life or our families. Just turning our livelihood into currency, then finding ways to take it. The more dependant on the government we are for basic services, the more they can take.

No one is arguing that we live under a pyramid scheme that’s sole purpose is to grow fat on the backs of others. But your analogy:

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It’s like having a bully punching you in the face, he hit me, he just broke my jaw, my eye, my eye, can someone help, he’s about to ……  How about we start talking about what we are going to do to fix our monetary system?

 

How about we start talking about how to create a situation where the bully is outgunned, outnumbered and unwelcome?

Cheers,

Aaron

 

Aaron Moyer,

My friends and I are trying to push a law through the state of Minnesota right now.  Here is the link to it.

https://www.revisor.leg.state.mn.us/bin/bldbill.php?bill=H0888.0.html&session=ls86

I’ve posted this law/link/started threads about this so many times.

 

If you agree with me that the banks are robbing us bling, please tell me exactly how they are doing it.  Because if you can’t explain it to me (and I already know, or I think i do) then how can you explain it to someone who is clueless?  Maybe I’m just trying to gain a better understanding of this monetary system myself.

 

How will spending less get rid of our $57 trillion dollar debt?  Can you please explain to me how we can get rid of our $57 trillion dollar debt?

The bully is outgunned, out numbered and unwelcome, but nobody wants to do anything to him.

 

How is our currency being stolen when 100% of the money belongs to the banking system.  Not one dollar of coin or currency in circulation is owned by the people.  How can the banks steal something that belongs to them, and only them?  They only borrow us the money and never transfer ownership of it.