Joe Nobody

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Joe Nobody
Posted over 1 year ago
The laughable debate about the USA national debt.... Part one
Dear George! Please read all my replays and you will see the whole article Part five:Executive Order Of The President of The United States, March 9, 1933. US confiscated the nation's Gold. In exchange for $20.67/ounce. It was over 8000 Tones. Kept in Fort Knox. Some say it's not there anymore. Quote: There is no gold at Fort Knox. When Ronald Regan was President he assigned a committee called the "Gold Committee" to investigate this matter. The results was staggering. There is no gold at Fort Knox. It is being held by the Federal Reserve Bank (which is privately owned by international bankers) as collateral for America's debt. This explains why there has been no audits of Fort Knox. THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL BANKERS DO NOT WANT THE AMERICAN PUBLIC TO KNOW THIS. Question: want to know where is it? Watch on YouTube: Money Masters. Well finally I hope I didn't disturb too much you guys. But I would like to get answers. Maybe your answers will be better, more correct. Let's the talks begin!! Resources: http://www.infowars.com/economic-iq-test-if-the-national-debt-doesnt-matter-then-why-are-we-still-paying-federal-income-taxes/ http://www.truthusa.org/articles/fed/fedtruth2004.htm http://governmentgonewild.org/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfpO-WBz_mw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6LWqgohO4E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZzAhEOlSV4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D9bFGokDa4 and sooo much more…..
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Joe Nobody
Posted over 1 year ago
The laughable debate about the USA national debt.... Part one
Part four: Question: To whom they paying the interest? (I believe to the Central Banks) Question again Who own the Central Banks? Here is the link to the list of Central banks. http://www.centralbanksguide.com/central+banks+list/ Question: Total Government debt in the World over 50 Trillion Dollar. ( who knows the real number? ) Question: Who had this money to lend? Nobody. The money based on debt. How banks create money from thin air? (See on YouTube: Money as Debt) Most of us don’t know what Fractional Reserve Banking System. Would you be surprised if I will tell you the entire banking system design to do one thing and one thing only put you and your family, your Companies and your Country in DEBT. Different subject: Question: We know the US government barrow money from FED to fight the wars. But where is the money coming for the other side? Who gives money to our enemy? Please don't say those governments. Every government is in debt. So they have to barrow money from they Central Banks. Question: who own those banks?
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Joe Nobody
Posted over 1 year ago
The laughable debate about the USA national debt.... Part one
Dear Xavier!My article have a few more parts, but I can't see, so I'll continue that through an answer. Part three: Most people assume that the Federal Reserve Bank is federal--that is, part of the United States' government. However, the Ninth Circuit Court put that issue to rest in 1982 when they adjudicated: "Examining the organization and function of the Federal Reserve Banks, and applying the relevant factors, we conclude that the Reserve Banks are not federal instrumentalities for purposes of the FTCA, but are independent, privately-owned and locally controlled corporations." [Lewis vs. U.S., 680 F. 2d 1239, 1241] Let's step outside for a moment and look at globally. Question: How many countries on Earth? (In the UN around 200) How many have Central Banking System? (Pretty much all) Is there a Country without Government Debt? (NONE) The interest the countries paid over 7 Trillion dollar (one year) according the last data. The total interest US have to pay in the near future maybe 8 years from now will be over 1.3 Trillion dollars. Per year. Please don’t tell Chinese investors. Chine own about 10% of national debt.
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Joe Nobody
Posted over 1 year ago
The laughable debate about the USA national debt.... Part one
Dear Russel. My article have a few more parts, but I can't see, so I'll continue that through as an answer. Part two Us total debt over 47 Trillion Dollars. First of all I would like to ask a few questions. (I will also try to answer of them by my best knowledge. Feel free to correct me if you think you know better. This is how conversation begins. But please don't think your answer is better just because that is what you think. I want know WHAT DO YOU KNOW? SO LET'S BEGAN...) The US national debt around 16.4 Trillion dollars Questions: When was the last year when the amount of debt decreased? Answer: 1957. 55 years ago. Government comes and goes, this or that party in the majority, Presidents comes and go, the debt almost never going down. In the 50' a couple of year went up and down with a couple of billion. Not really big change. If you go back more in time (I did about 100 years back) you will se almost never decreased. If it’s happened just a few years and very little amount with. Question: The interest the GOV pay right now about 250-260 billion dollar per year. Some study say way over 300 billion or 438 Billion. ) Where is the money go? The FED getting the money. I’m sure you know its goes to them by the form of federal income tax. (Some portion of it.) You have to understand how the Government barrow money. (See the movie: Zeitgeist The Federal Reserve) In 1913 the Federal Reserve Act given right to produce the currency. Some say actually this is unconstitutional. But it's worth it to know the FED is a private Bank.