Wednesday, December 03, 2003

Welcome John Dulaney

John Dulaney has provided some great information! Of course, the Credit River information is of great interest to me, because it related to my business. You can find more on the Credit River Decision here. It's a long article, and if you aren't interested, scroll down because there's a lot of great stuff there!

If you haven’t got a grip on what the bankers are doing, John provides a quote that might prompt you to get off the rusty dusty and do a little research. Pay attention to this quote…..

"Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin... The bankers own
the world
. (Emphasis added) Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create
money and control credit, with a flick of the pen they will create
enough money to buy it back again... Take this power away from bankers
and all great fortunes like mine (he was the second richest man in
Great Britain) will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this
world would then be a happier and better world to live in. My sons
should not object. They are well educated, and should be willing to
take their places in the business world and forge their own fortunes...
But, if you want to continue to be slaves of bankers and pay the cost
of your own enslavement, then let the bankers continue to create money
and control credit... However, as long as governments will legalize
such things, a man is foolish not to be a banker."

By: S. W. Adams, Money Analyst


"The most important thing to understand about money is that money is
artificial -- that is to say, that money is entirely a man-made
creation. It isn't an element of nature (such as gold or silver). It
is simply a creation of civilized man: it always has been and it
always will be."

I call it a "mind created reality." It's a product of the "ideasphere." as Tupper Saussy puts it. In reality, it is No-Thing, as the founders eloquently pointed out in Article I Section 10. We have sacrificed our freedom for nothing.

John continues with some great information for the tax honesty folks……

Everyone needs to read Stanton v. Baltic Mining, the U. S. Supreme Court opinion where the U. S. Supreme Court (the only guys in America who have the full power and authority to interpret the law and apply it and make their opinion stick) says that the 16th Amendment did NOT give Congress any new taxing power that they did not already have. And the original constitution explicitly borbids a tax on all money received by any American for any purpose; that's called a "capitation tax", and power was NOT granted to Congress to lay and collect such a tax.

And wait till you see what information he provides about On Star, and other police state tactics. Not only is it enough to wake someone from a deep slumber, I should wake up even the dead…..

The FBI and other police agencies have been
using these factory-installed tracking systems as a way to eavesdrop on
passengers in vehicles, without the folks in the car even knowing the
government was listening to their conversations!

For the past 10 years, the government has used a
little-known provision of the federal law, known as the Communications
Assistance to Law Enforcement Act, to browbeat the telecommunications
industry into spending billions of dollars to make its technology
eavesdrop-friendly, requiring technology advances to include built-in ways
for the government to use that technology to listen in to whoever is using

Welcome to my blogroll John Dulaney.

Vox Day gets a ringer.
“No good comes out of government.”
Check out the information he provided about spyware. Sheeze!

Anyway, I guess that’s enough about money, taxes, and secret combinations for today.

I’ve been thinking about trashing my computer, smashing my cell phone, buying myself a tent and heading for a mountaintop somewhere to get a good view of the FIREworks. I won’t need any of that GPS stuff either. I know where I am... Earth; third planet from the sun. If there is anything important, God knows how to get hold of me, but his competition is causing enough heat to make me consider getting out of the kitchen.

Ron Robinson
American Free Enterprise

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