"Whoever controls the volume of money in any country
is absolute master of all industry and commerce."
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James A. Garfield
(1831-1881) 20th President of the United States (1881)
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Inflation is the hidden tax ... and wealth is not destroyed, but merely transferred.
 -- Luc, Nowheresville     
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    Absolutely true. Garfield was assassinated shortly thereafter.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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     -- Anonymous      
    One of "the Fed's" founding fathers.... Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes her laws. Mayer Amschel Rothschild ...We're being robbed blind.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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     -- Mike, Norwalk      
     -- jim k, austin      
    J Carlton, you are one patriot who is not afraid to speak the truth. Hat tip. There are many who speak of patriotism, love of country and freedom but once the international banking system is referred to they clam up in fear and though they know the situation they will only speak of it in whispers. It is refreshing to see an act of bravery such as yours. I don't have the exact quote handy but Paul Warburg told Congress ON Congressional record in 53(?) that there would be world government by either consent or conquest and of course you probably know this but I want to return your "act" in kind. This is not to leave out or belittle anyone who is doing anything to restore our Constitutional form of self government, it's just that I am convinced of, and convicted to the importance of this truth that we ARE "being robbed blind" not only of wealth but that the power gained by such is used against us to destroy the sovereignty of the individual and the sovereignty of America to force us into the global new world order. Again, hat tip.
     -- Anon     
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    E Archer, I have heard many say that there hasn't been a good President since JFK and when asked why they think no President has been good since, they have no clue. To me, the elimination of him was a clear message to future Presidents that they are not to be good for the Nation and its people but to be good for the international banking and other corporate elitists who wish to rule the world according to their "terms and conditions" applied.
     -- Anon     
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    (Anon have you ever located the "Tax Gap" information I told you about.) I really don't understand the robbed blind comments. First of all does J Carlton live in Calgary, Canada. I know of no other Calgary. If he does to whom does he refer when he says "We". Is he being robbed blind in Canada. Wasn't Rothschild an English banker, are they being robbed blind. Carlton are you saying the whole world is being robbed blind. Anon rest assured that their will be world government. You must be blind if you do not see that history of mankink includes greater and greater contact between societies and nations, mergers like the European Union, North American Free Trade, etcetera. The world through communication and transportation is becoming smaller and smaller and more and more united. An intergrated world society will bring a form of world government. Because of all the questions this quote raises I give it a thumps down. Give me som facts, please.
     -- Waffler, Smith     
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    Yes Waffler the facts please. Do your own research to prove me wrong and give me the facts please.
     -- Anon     
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    Waffler, some facts. In a nation of, by and for the people, as was the lawful foundation of the once Constitutional Republic, felonious intent was/is defined by those conscious activities that are contrary to that which derives its force and authority from the universal consent and immemorial practice of the people; i.e., We The People's harmonization with the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God, all else being criminal - theft, murder, bankruptcy, etc. The theocratic socialism in despotic government form that supplanted the once Constitutional Republic was realized upon 1913's trifecta hat trick (16th Amendment, Social Security, and Federal Reserve) and later by all government bodies claiming inherent right aloof of We The People. (The new alien government will not allow a court case to enter its courts that will show the 16th Amendment to have been never legally ratified) Such new unconstitutional government has through conversion, converted the once sovereign to be an indentured servant and the once sovereign's representatives to be its own. The new theocratic despot now claims and enforces each and every of its decisions and edicts as though they are superior in all ways to that of We The People's force and authority from the universal consent and immemorial practice (law), including that which would otherwise be felonious intent and all accessorial criminal activities. The theocratic despot can now perform all crimes with impunity simply by stating it can. By way of example: "The essential elements of a larceny are an actual or constructive taking away of the goods or property of another without the consent and against the will of the owner or possessor ... with intent to convert the property to the use of someone other than the owner." U.S. vs. Waronek, 582 F. 2d 1158. Income tax, as enforced under threat and duress constitutes grand larceny under any name, even under the alien theocratic despots title of tax.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Waffler when I say "we", I refer to Americans and I am American. But I could easily include Canadians as they are also on the recieving end of US foreign policy and have a direct concern with the White House and its actions. I am a registered Republican who votes with a Libertarian concsience whenever possible.
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    Waffler, PS the entire central banking system that includes the commonwealth and the US are controlled by the same people. It began when the first loan was made to the Bank of England at the end of the American war of independence and has grown like a cancer ever since. Yes we're being robbed blind in Canada....England...Australia...New Zealand....
     -- J Carlton, Calgary     
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    Well said Mike and J.C. Waffler, It is the eternal rights of the individual protected by our Constitution that our founders hoped to pass on to the nations of the world our freedom thus uniting them in a world of self governing individuals that included these eternal rights and the supreme respect of them. Not by the perverted redefinement of our Constitutional Republic as a Democracy which is being spoon fed to nations such as Iraq and emerging 3rd world countries under the guise of human rights and freedom for mankind. The deceptions of man by men are what is bringing about the currrent world government based on human nature which is antagonistic to the natural laws of God, i.e. God's nature which is NOT human nature. You must be blind. As foretold, there are those that WILL not see and those that can not, SEE the truth.
     -- Anon     
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    Thanks J Carlton for clarifying who it is that are blind. The fact that England, Canada, Australia, etcetera not to mention the rest of the world are being blind it must therefore have nothing particular to do with The US Constitution or the US Federal Reserve Bank. It is a world wide phenomenon not an American one. Thus are arguments and discussions on this issue should rise to a different level not a constitutional or Jeykell Island level. Anon I posted the links for you previously you must read your own facts that you research yourself. Obviously you are not going to believe my post. Again Google "Tax Gap" and you will get a wealth of information.
     -- Waffler, Smith     
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    Waffler; You are right. The U.S.A. (Union of Socialist Amerika) has blindly acted like the rest of the world. That is PRECISELY the reason why everyone is suffering from the same phenomenon (hmm, could you imagine that). If the U.S.A. (United States of America) had still existed and acted within the limits of the Republic's Constitution and had passed / enforced codes, regulations, rules, statutes, etc in harmony with The Laws of Nature and Nature's God, the individual sovereigns (and his/their commercial endeavors) would not be suffering from the world's tyranny, despotism, slavery, funny money crisis, larcenous fiscal policies, etc. If governments and people world wide would implement what the United States founders offered, being a much different level than has occurred anywhere in the world over the last 100 years, the phenomenon that is now ravaging the world would be replaced by freedom and prosperity. The God of Nature's principles and laws are the same yesterday, today, and forever. When such principles and laws are violated - poverty, violence, man made calamities, etc. naturally follow. He who forgets history is doomed to relive it, whether it be locally, nationally, or globally.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Waffler, it is my hope that Americans in general don't take the defeatist attitude that you would have them take. It is also my hope that it will once again be Americans who break up the gang of international thieves. After all, Americans have a history of standing for justice (not sevitude) and throwing tyrannies into the sea...
     -- J Carlton, Carlton     
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    Waffler speaks out of his a$$ again. Trying to misdirect as usual about the 'tax gap.' Nonsense. As long as he ignores that every dollar is issued into circulation by someone borrowing it, he will ever strike at the branches instead of the root. Whoever controls the issuance of currency is the boss -- and it ain't you or the People. Garfield was dealing with the banking mess left after the takeover of the Union by the banking cartels. They got rid of him, too, I believe. This guy was a genius -- smarter than anyone on this list.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    cool
     -- jose, watsonville     
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    Considering the words of President Garfield above. NOTHING should be more important to ponder than the many means used by our absolute masters to control the volume of their imaginary money. Taxes are as imaginary as our money, they are illusions that help regulate our use of the money that Keynes called "worthless." For more ways to regulate, see: www.morpix/biz/x4
     -- Anonymous     
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