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New currency discussion footed on a Gold Standard.

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Gold is the yardstick, not the object being measured.

The US dollar has rebounded from 1/1900th of an ounce of gold to 1/1300th of an ounce.
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To validate that, look at other countries fiat conversions to gold
Using the USD for our purchases, we got it better than most other countries/currencies

Buy It While It's Still Cheap and that ain't no lie
 

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Banks make their money by making loans on assets they don't have.

The gov't borrows money from the banks, and pays interest on the borrowed money with debt notes backed by nothing (Federal Reserve Notes).

With a "Gold standard" none of this is possible.

There will not be any more gold standards. It would shift power from banks (and the gov't) to people who actually have gold. They won't allow that.
 

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...With a "Gold standard" none of this is possible.

There will not be any more gold standards. It would shift power from banks (and the gov't) to people who actually have gold. They won't allow that.
Mafias don't like anyone adjusting their racket. They tried to kill both Andrew Jackson and Ronald Reagan and came within inches. There were no mistakes with JFK, MLK, RFK.
 
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Liberty Dollar

http://www.libertydollar.org/

REAL Money Is Inflation Proof:
Your Liberty Dollar Solution

Bernard von NotHausBernard von NotHaus
Monetary Architect

Welcome to the Liberty Dollar: Remember when gas was only 25-cents a gallon? You could take a dollar down to the gas station and buy four gallons for a buck! At that time our dollar was backed by silver - real money. Guess what? That same amount of silver still buys four gallons of gas today! That just proves that real money like gold and silver holds its value and it is the US dollar that buys less and less. As a matter of fact, when you think about it, you realize that gas, food, and almost everything else has NOT gotten more expensive. It only seems that way because the value of the US dollar is worth less and less so it takes more and more of them to buy the same goods and services. Most people think prices have gone up, but actually: it is the value of the US dollar that has gone down. Years later I have created this website so you can see what is happening to your money and protect your purchasing power from the coming inflation. Of course, this is a big job, so I am asking for your assistance. Look at these charts by the US government.

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Speaking of the Liberty Dollar, this hit the news yesterday,


Infamous 'Liberty Dollar' Is Back

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Silver Certificates
LIVE OAK, Fla. - March 14, 2019 - PRLog -- The original silver-backed Liberty Dollar is available again.

Kathy Hicks of Live Oak, with her husband Wayne, have revived it through the new Liberty Dollar Network, which encourages sound-money supporters to exchange their U.S. dollars, which are secured by the government's promise to pay, for silver-backed Live Oak Liberty Dollars. These are 100% backed by and exchangeable for silver bullion that is stored in an independently operated, audited vault.

Live Oak Liberty Dollars are available as paper Silver Certificates and digital eLD that can be used online and anywhere via a smartphone app. They are based on the original Liberty Dollar, which was shut down by the U.S. Treasury after a notorious raid that almost sent Liberty Dollar founder Bernard von NotHaus to prison for life.

The new version of the Liberty Dollar is backed by pure .999 fine silver valued at $25 USD per ounce. The valuation is set higher than the current price of silver because, as Kathy Hicks, President of the Liberty Dollar Network, explains, "You can't base a currency on the market value of a commodity, because the price changes daily. The new Liberty Dollar is based on a reasonable future valuation that gives Members and Merchants a greater trading value. When the price of silver rises, the current $25 Silver Base will raise all existing currency to a higher valuation, increasing its purchasing power."

Wayne Hicks, Marketing Director of Liberty Dollar Network, emphasizes that "silver holds its value, so the new currency protects people from rising prices better than the U.S. dollar, which is subject to inflation. Network Members can redeem the Live Oak Liberty Dollar for silver at any time."

The new Live Oak Liberty Dollar was designed by monetary architect Bernard von NotHaus, the same expert who created the original Liberty Dollar, to be attractive, durable and as difficult to counterfeit as any national currency.

When asked about the new currency, von NotHaus said, "I'm delighted that Kathy Hicks asked me to design the new Liberty Dollar. She's done a fantastic job of getting the Liberty Dollar Network set up and re-inventing the Liberty Dollar as a community currency program that will benefit the people and local businesses in Live Oak and other communities when inflation once again devalues the zero-backed fiat U.S. dollar."

Contact:
Kathy and Wayne Hicks
admin@LibertyDollar.net
888.421.6181
https://www.libertydollar.net

https://www.prlog.org/12759472-infamous-liberty-dollar-is-back.html
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I wonder how long it will be before FEDS raid their "...independently operated, audited vault " ?
That is the ONLY difference I have found so far between the old Lib. & the Live Oak Lib.

Tick, Tock, Tick Tock. :bomb:
 

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So if you buy the silver certificate you can exchange it for 4 ounces of silver or hold it for a year and exchange it for 5 ounces of silver.
Or, you can just go buy silver for 15.50 an ounce and get 6 ounces of silver.
 

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OR
You have silver and you exchange your physical silver for their's at $25.00 a T.oz valued script.
Still worry about FEDS shutting them down...AGAIN!!
 

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Their mistake is calling it a "dollar."
While I agree, I was thinking:

Canada: Dollar
Australia: Dollar
etc

there are a few countries that claim the "Dollar" title for their non-US Dollar currency


but, they're all part of the CB system, so, it's all good
 

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While I agree, I was thinking:

Canada: Dollar
Australia: Dollar
etc

there are a few countries that claim the "Dollar" title for their non-US Dollar currency


but, they're all part of the CB system, so, it's all good
You don't see merchants taking Canadian or Australian "DOLLARs" in trading in the United States of America, Inc.
There lies the difference.
 

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Small Detail:
No one near me accepts anything other than plastic or USD
No one takes NORFED, Silver or Gold, in a general type setting and honestly, we're basically on the same page (I think), from this point on, barring a calamity, no one ever will again, in a general type transaction, around me

If it happens, I may climb aboard, especially if someone accepts a silver dime for $1.50 worth of merchandise, but lots of folks got burned on the last Liberty attempt and that's not good for anyone. It makes for a tough sale, to bring people aboard, when they read that people got taken to the cleaners with the last attempt

Like Bitcoin, things that just won't work, they will work, but, without acceptance at the places I buy from, it's but a dream

Collector Value is another thing altogether...collectors are weird like that
 

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Open a Carry-out. Accept all forms of payment.
Pre '65 silver coins and gold receive a significant discount towards the purchase.
I know U-tube has a video or two where store owners accept PMs as payment.
 

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Open a Carry-out. Accept all forms of payment.
Pre '65 silver coins and gold receive a significant discount towards the purchase.
I know U-tube has a video or two where store owners accept PMs as payment.
Baby Steps, that's for sure but what would an accounting spread-sheet look like for those who do this?
IRS Audits could go very wonky to say the least, especially if the IRS becomes another tool for another corrupt adminstration

As a merchant, I'd treat as much as would be reasonable as a 'cash transaction' but, if that were to be discovered, or even made-up, an allegation by the auditors, life would soon become very cumbersome for the merchant



If we'd only be left alone, all US sheep could figure it out, on our own, but, that won't happen because .gov will always want their cut of the pie

I'm hoping with you all, but my pessimism is running amok. We The People generally get NOTHING, even if we made it work, all on our own

I'm ready with some 90% dimes in my hand but if no one will accept them for the value they truly posses, it's like beating a dead horse to offer them in exchange for the merchandise I want/need


With Trump in office, NOW is a really great time to get a program such as this, off the ground, really off the ground, but, as others have noted, the exchange rate, the premiums for using PM's, is still too high and we're actually going to be paying a new type of "private CB" and is THAT what we really want?
 

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You can not get around Gresham's law.

Justice and honesty come through law - constitutional law.

The Founders understood that you need to base the financial system upon honest money and wrote "gold" and "silver" specifically into the constitution as law to be enforced.

Dishonest money has a tendency to lose value, eventually to zero. This is sped up by any alternative currency which is honest and being used, and by the corrupted systems / entities that grow up around these core monetary crimes.
 
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I was reading some posts on various websites this morning, and came across some mentions of our recent press release. If you like, you can read it here.
What caught my attention, however, was that several people commented that the Liberty Dollar Network can’t survive, because “it won’t be long before the feds raid them and take all the silver...”

Now, we all know what happened to Bernard von NotHaus and the original Liberty Dollar, but apparently there’s some confusion about why it happened. I think it might be time to clear that up a bit.

The Liberty Dollar was a wonderful idea, but there was one little detail in the law that was missed when Bernard asked his attorneys to give him their opinion on its legality. That little detail was 18 USC 486, which states that it is against the law to issue coins or bars of “gold, silver or other metals” for use as current money. “Current money” is defined as whatever is being used in commerce, and the federal government decide that the Silver Libertys were in violation.

Merely possessing Silver Libertys was not a crime; for that reason, the federal courts did eventually order all those issued prior to the government’s injunction to be returned to their rightful owners, and Bernard is still completing redemptions to this very day.

The Silver Certificates issued by NORFED, however, were not in violation of that statute. They were lawful warehouse receipts, long established in law as negotiable instruments that can be used as security for debt or traded for items of value. It was only the use of actual silver in commerce that constituted a crime, and that is why the Liberty Dollar Network does not offer any kind of coin or round to be used as currency. We offer only Silver Certificates that follow the same formula used for those of the Liberty Dollar, which are already established as legal.

In addition, the Liberty Dollar Network is working within the established guidelines of a Money Service Business, which is required by law. In doing so, we are meeting all the criteria of a legal financial business, and have nothing to fear from the Federal Government. I don’t think there’s any real risk of our being shut down or raided, and I hope this clears up the confusion. If anyone has questions, I’ll be happy to answer them.

Thanks for reading.

Kathy Hicks
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Liberty Dollar Network
https://www.libertydollar.net
 

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As a merchant, I'd treat as much as would be reasonable as a 'cash transaction' but, if that were to be discovered, or even made-up, an allegation by the auditors, life would soon become very cumbersome for the merchant
I didn't say it was easy. I said it could be done.
U.S. Bullion = Face Value minted on the Coins + discount (you set) for the merchandise bought by the buyer.
You are not paying people. You are discounting your mechandise you sell.

This is nothing new my grandfather and my dad ( 2 separate businesses) would trade their groceries for "running a tab" or a barter transaction which ever worked better for the customer.

40+ years ago my dad took in a 10K Au ring w/a monster oval (man-made) ruby (10mmX13mm) ring for two bags of groceries. The family never reclaimed or asked to get the ring back.
20+ years ago he gave the ring to me ( my birth month) as a gift.
About 15 yrs ago a jeweler friend of mine saw it and gave me a verbal appraisal of $750.00 then.

Back in late 50s / early 60s grandpa took in an OLD (back then) S&W 38 special w/ Mother of Pearl grips, to clear a good customer's I.O.U.s. He kept the revolver in the safe up near the banded cash as protection. Never got robbed in the daylight. Break-ins after hours were another matter.

So it can be done. As you said "Baby Steps".
 
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GB, while this is all well and good, imagine the confusion on the faces of all the sheep, let alone any immigrants who suffer from ESL, as they attempt to utilize their poor math skills to properly compute which form of 'money' will give them the best value

Baby Steps, but after reading Kathy's explanation, it still begs of the word fiat money. If we're not actually using silver or gold or brass for daily transactions, but rather using paper notes, except for the fact of keeping the Fed and it's fiat out of the transaction, all of it seems like it is to no avail.

People DID accept using paper money in place of coinage as it was lighter and easier to use, merchants can store paper easier than metals, etc, convenience

There is an easier method, simply abolish the Fed and change the acceptance of the IRS so they can accept PM's as payment towards tax liabilities

But, But, if the country began to utilize various forms of barter for what could be argued is a taxable transaction, at the end of the day, right now, the IRS only wants one thing: paper money in the same form, from all of it's customers.

USD will still be required, at the end of the day, and until that control is 'given up', that demand of paying taxes is 'given up', a single format will always be required to fulfill that demand

For example:
Imagine your business only accepts specie money for all transactions, your books are in order, all audits are acceptable, nothing has been done wrong, in order to pay your taxes, one would need to convert one's specie into USD and the exchange rate for that will either make you a profit, unlikely, or it will cost you some profit, more than likely, because every transaction into/out of specie will require a vig, to someone

Cost of doing business?
In my business, my job is to cut costs, many business people are not interested in utilizing something else that will cost them profits at the end of the day. Probably one reason Cryptos are not used, idk

Until the Fed is abolished, until the IRS accepts specie as a tax obligation payment, until people's math skills rise back to the level of Freshman High School, until we get out of the coup condition, until...lots of societal things, this can't happen on a sea to shining sea level.

State wise? Sure, if enough citizens would like to make it occur, but there are 200 million (est) of US who spend money daily, conduct taxable transactions daily, and unless the IRS feels satisfied, they're only going to get peeved at US for doing this, legally or not, and their kangaroo court will not be kind to us for not paying them their vig in the currency of their choosing.

I don't see it as really that complicated but add in the IRS and suddenly we have an elephant in the room, crapping on everything, waving it's trunk around, breaking things and possessing an ability to put it's foot down crushing everything in it's way, while being completely oblivious to the damage it's doing to everything


Barter IS the thing to do, but ultimately, that's also where the IRS begins to feel 'left out' and they will audit everything until the day comes, they've got another stranglehold on that system:
Two Dozen Eggs do not equal the value of two heads of lettuce, so, you own the IRS the difference, pay up in USD

i just envision the act of 'going backwards', back towards a foundation we used to have as being like getting that elephant out of the room before the destruction happens but, the destruction will happen anyways as the elephant has to leave the room and until it does, we all know the results

However, it does offer options, species transactions through 'fiat', convertible 'fiat' mind you, is a novel approach but, it's still fiat

If you don't hold it, you may not really own it will still apply


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Imagine your business only accepts specie money for all transactions, your books are in order, all audits are acceptable, nothing has been done wrong, in order to pay your taxes, one would need to convert one's specie into USD and the exchange rate for that will either make you a profit, unlikely, or it will cost you some profit, more than likely, because every transaction into/out of specie will require a vig, to someone
As we discussed earlier, where you really run into issues is when you need to pay bills and the people you pay will only accept FRN's. Then you have to cash in some metal to pay it and the gain on that metal is taxable. So if you take a 1 dollar silver eagle and trade it for 15 FRN's then the 14 dollars is a gain and is taxable.

However, if you were working in a system that was based entirely on gold and silver you could work for 50 bucks a week or 1 gold eagle. At the end of the year you have only earned 2600 dollars and as such no tax would be due. In fact no tax return would even need to be filed.

To go a step further, if you are a taxpayer in the first place then you are only about 3% of the total population in the US who is legally required to even pay a tax on the labor they exchange for money.
I have been procrastinating on this but will get it posted soon for all to see the law for themselves.
 

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I'm not sayin' every customer is going to want to offer Au/Ag for transaction. As it stands right now I'd say less than 2% would even ask or take up a transaction.
There will be cash in the register or wallet or bank for the vast majority of business transactions.
AND
To this very day I'd be willing to say most businessmen know tricks and tactics that reduce reportable income. Be it a technicality in accounting, Loop hole(s) left by politicians, or periodically under reporting.
 
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I wonder how long it will be before FEDS raid their "...independently operated, audited vault " ?
That is the ONLY difference I have found so far between the old Lib. & the Live Oak Lib.

Tick, Tock, Tick Tock. :bomb:
That is precisely what happened to Bernard von NotHaus a few years ago, back when the Liberty Dollar was first listed on the buildfreedom.com website. It did not take long for them to seize everything and file criminal charges against him once coining Ron Paul Liberty coins began. Using the word "confiscate" to steal every investor's money, which has never been recovered so far as I know. Guns and Fists Inc. certainly has the resources to beat you down if you "get out of line." There is a very fine line to be walked and not to be crossed. It is almost as if you are a tight-rope walker. Be careful out there, the world is a very dangerous place and government is not there to protect you as is the claim.

A tid-bit of Bible Wisdom:
"Come out of her My people, that ye partake not of her sins, and receive not of her plagues" Rev 18:4

See Below

Bernard von NotHaus
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Bernard von NotHaus is the creator of the Liberty Dollar and co-founder of the Royal Hawaiian Mint Company,[1] in Hawaii, U.S.A. He created the Free Marijuana Church of Honolulu.[2] Von NotHaus was convicted of counterfeiting in 2011, allegedly for the purpose of domestic terrorism.[3] Despite the seemingly serious nature of the charge against him and the demand of the Justice Department that he serve twenty-two years in Federal prison, von Nothaus was sentenced to only three years of probation, and was released from probation after serving only one year.

According to the evidence introduced during his 2011 federal criminal trial in connection with his involvement with the Liberty Dollar, von NotHaus was the founder of an organization called the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve and Internal Revenue Code, commonly known as NORFED and also known as Liberty Services. The FBI claimed that NORFED's purpose was to mix Liberty Dollars into the current money of the United States and that NORFED intended for the Liberty Dollar to be used as current money in order to limit reliance on, and to compete with, United States currency. [citation needed]

This claim was repeated many times before, after and even during his trial, despite the fact that Liberty Dollars bore no physical resemblance to any currently issued current money of the United States. The silver round. the most popular form of Liberty Dollars, was made of one ounce of .999 fine silver, unlike any money issued by the government, and the Liberty Dollar certificates were made in different colors and sizes so as to be easily distinguished from current money.

Contents
1Federal government raid and confiscation


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_von_NotHaus

But wait there's more... If you call now...

Protecting Us From A 'Terrorist' Who Made Pure Silver Coins: The Bernard von NotHaus Case
George Leef Contributor Law
I write on the damage big government does, especially to education.

Our Constitution sets forth –- and limits -- the government’s powers. Under Article I, Section 8, Congress is authorized to “coin money and regulate the value thereof” and also to “provide for the punishment of counterfeiting of the securities and current coin of the United States.”

Notice that no power is given for Congress to confer upon the government a monopoly in the creation of money. That matters because, prior to the drafting and ratification of the Constitution, private coinage was known and accepted, as we learn in this instructive Freeman article, “Private Coinage in America” by Brian Summers.

If the Founders had thought there was something wrong in allowing money to circulate besides that produced by the federal government, they would have granted Congress power to forbid that. They did not. As with almost every aspect of life, the people were to be left free to manage their affairs, including the freedom to produce money and accept whatever medium of exchange they desired. Only counterfeiting – that is, producing fake money or securities intended to deceive recipients – was to be illegal.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/george...ns-the-bernard-von-nothaus-case/#6ad15b4364f3

Enjoy,

Peace :)

ps. Of course you can trust the government... Just ask any Indian!
 
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I'm very aware of what happened to Mr. von NotHaus, since he's one of our dearest friends and my personal mentor. I've done a lot of research on the Liberty Dollar, and you have to look at the final result, not the propaganda that was put out through the press. Silver Certificate Warehouse Receipts are legal for use as current money, even though they are not legal tender.

They are also, however, not fiat. These silver certificates are documents of title to specific amounts of silver that can be redeemed by the bearer on demand, and this legality is long established in law. Fiat refers to a currency issued by decree of government or monarch.

In addition, we offer a service no one else does: for Members of the Network, including Merchants, we will buy the silver back at any time for exactly the price we would charge them for it, so that they can access fiat currency when they need to.

The real benefit of Liberty Dollars, though, is that they continue to circulate within the community. Most Merchants will simply keep them to use at other Merchants, thereby saving the FRN's for paying debts and taxes outside the local economy.
 
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I'm very aware of what happened to Mr. von NotHaus, since he's one of our dearest friends and my personal mentor. I've done a lot of research on the Liberty Dollar, and you have to look at the final result, not the propaganda that was put out through the press. Silver Certificate Warehouse Receipts are legal for use as current money, even though they are not legal tender.

They are also, however, not fiat. These silver certificates are documents of title to specific amounts of silver that can be redeemed by the bearer on demand, and this legality is long established in law. Fiat refers to a currency issued by decree of government or monarch.

In addition, we offer a service no one else does: for Members of the Network, including Merchants, we will buy the silver back at any time for exactly the price we would charge them for it, so that they can access fiat currency when they need to.

The real benefit of Liberty Dollars, though, is that they continue to circulate within the community. Most Merchants will simply keep them to use at other Merchants, thereby saving the FRN's for paying debts and taxes outside the local economy.
I was one of the first promoters of the Liberty Dollar when it became available on the buidfreedom.com website back in the day. I also know as John Candy said in the movie JFK, "you are a mouse fighting a gorilla." I sent Mr. von NotHaus an email, back then, outlining the err of his ways. If you choose to take on this project I can only say I hope you succeed where Bernard von NotHaus was not successful, was prosecuted and subsequently falsely imprisoned, as well as, all of the assets of the mint and vault "confiscated" (stolen) by the government, and so far as I know never returned to the shareholders (people who owned them). The powers that be which control the FRN's, also control the "so called" laws, and the people who enforce those "so called" laws. I personally prefer silver to FRN's. The reason the powers that be attacked Mr. von NotHaus was not to stop him personally from minting silver coins, it was to suppress the rebellion. I know because they did the same thing to me, less the prison of course. The Franklin Mint has been minting gold and silver coins for decades and has "never been touched," so to speak, by government. Why? Perhaps why not is the more appropriate question. Because they in no way challenge government fiat currency? I shall allow you to decide that question for yourself. Government was temporarily successful as the Liberty Dollar disappeared for many years. I think you will find the term "Dollar" $ belongs to them. You may wish to refer to your valued asset as Ω (Omegas) or something. The Omega! "The End Times medium of exchange. Because the end is nearer than you might think." I am also the originator of the Liberty Dollar post here on this thread. I commend your efforts, however, as I told Mr. von Nothaus many, many years ago, I think your heart is in the right place, however you may not have thought all possible consequences completely to their last possible conclusion and the final possible outcome. They killed Abe Lincoln for printing "greenbacks," they killed JFK for executive order 11110 and printing US treasury silver certificates, they killed Hitler for printing Reich Marks, they killed David Koresh for printing Koresh Dollars.

The land stolen from the Indians (native indigenous peoples) is cause to say they have no legal standing in or upon North America. The only remedy at law for stolen property to be made right, is by the return to it's rightful owner(s). Something which today is impossible. But, alas they own the court systems which will decide, if you were ever to bring suit in court. Billary McClintock signed all of the US National Parks over to the Vatican through the UN. So the chain of abuse continues and there is no end in sight. And last but not least, they have guns, and if necessary, like Mr. Bill Cooper they WILL murder and eliminate you if necessary, should all else fail. I hope you do not wind up in a Miami prison falsely imprisoned as did Manuel Noriega for the remainder of your years. I hope to enjoy silver rounds as an alternative medium of exchange for many years into the future. But, that brings us back to the mouse and the gorilla. Just as it was with my email to Mr. von NotHaus, it is my unfortunate prediction, your fate will be similar.

Not to be a nay-sayer but instead more of a pragmatist Kathy Hicks. Thank you for all you are attempting toward freedom. I sincerely hope you are successful. Although, I have my doubts. Which is precisely what I expressed to Bernard many years ago. I think I referred to the endeavor as a self fulfilling prophecy.

A little tid-bit of Bible Wisdom
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
"And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name." Revelation 13:16, 17

Enjoy,

Peace :)

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One thing I should point out is that the Liberty Dollar Network is not a political organization. While we know that sound money is a good thing, we are not out to compete with US Dollars, or any other kind. Our focus is on what this currency can do for local communities, and there is a lot of groundwork in that regard that has already been done. We've already got people interested in seeing it work in their communities across America, and even in other countries. It's being explored by communities in Japan and Mexico right now, and we just got notice that BankNote Rep[orter is about to do a major story on its benefits for Australia, NZ and the UK. The future looks pretty exciting, right now, and we've already been visited by LE to check us out. So far, they say they can't see any problem with what we're doing and wish us good luck.
 
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#30
One thing I should point out is that the Liberty Dollar Network is not a political organization. While we know that sound money is a good thing, we are not out to compete with US Dollars, or any other kind. Our focus is on what this currency can do for local communities, and there is a lot of groundwork in that regard that has already been done. We've already got people interested in seeing it work in their communities across America, and even in other countries. It's being explored by communities in Japan and Mexico right now, and we just got notice that BankNote Rep[orter is about to do a major story on its benefits for Australia, NZ and the UK. The future looks pretty exciting, right now, and we've already been visited by LE to check us out. So far, they say they can't see any problem with what we're doing and wish us good luck.
If (your liberty dollar) it should become as popular as "The Liberty Dollar" did in the early 2000's I don't think it will matter if you claim it is not competing with µ$ dollars. You are referring to them as dollars of some sort or another. One thing to remember, government is made up of known liars and criminals (see red book covers below). Liars cannot be trusted ever. Warehouse receipts backed by gold or silver are still better than a fiat currency and therefore clearly represent a threat to every fiat currency system. Every fiat currency system is owned and regulated by the same band of criminals guaranteed. They can alter the laws according to their whims. If you are small and no one notices you, perhaps you're not so much of a threat. When freedom seeking people begin to espouse the benefits of inflation proof currency backed by precious metals that all may change. As I stated previously, the reason Bernard von NotHaus was attacked was not to stop him personally from minting gold and silver coins and passing out Liberty Dollars in paper form, it was instead to stop the rebellion occurring after 911. There was an public outcry and major public outrage when the "In Plane Sight" and "Loose Change" documentaries outlining all of the facts surrounding 911 came to light. That volatile political climate alone was sufficient to bring The Liberty Dollar under scrutiny and into the spotlight, and as a result, brought it down.

Again, I hope I am wrong. But this is no ordinary business you are engaged in operating, and every corporation is chartered through government, and is therefore beholden to the dictates of said government, if you wish to retain your government corporate charter. The moment freedom loving people say this is a great alternative to fiat currency is the moment the curtain comes down on the whole show. I will say it again, government cannot be trusted they are known liars. Guns and Fists Inc., agents of the state will eventually commit violence, it is what they do to anyone who fails to submit to their dictates. Dictates which may change in order to suit their needs and requirements at any given moment.

I shall leave you with a quote from the Voluntaryist - Carl Watner
http://voluntaryist.com

Violence is not a sign of strength but of weakness. Whoever fails to win over hearts and minds tries to conquer with violence. Every show of force is proof of moral inferiority. … An idea that needs weapons to survive will die on its own. An idea that can only maintain itself through violence is distorted. A living idea conquers by itself. Millions follow it spontaneously.

– Fr. Jerzy Popieluszko, Mass for the Country [of Poland], December 26, 1982, in Judith Kelly, JUST CALL ME JERZY (2016), p. 55

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Enjoy,

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government is made up of known liars and criminals (see red book covers below). Liars cannot be trusted ever. Warehouse receipts backed by gold or silver are still better than a fiat currency and therefore clearly represent a threat to every fiat currency system. Every fiat currency system is owned and regulated by the same band of criminals guaranteed. They can alter the laws according to their whims.
YEP, Ask the HUNT Brothers who tried to corner the Ag market.
Multi-millionaires turned into just millionaires by the manipulation of the Margin Requirements in the middle of the game and without .gov review of the change. ( without notice)