Saturday, June 30, 2007
Friday, June 29, 2007
Be sure to catch this amazing episode (48 minutes) with Lindsey Williams as he lays bare the truth about our economy, the North American Union and so much more.
Mr. Williams went to Alaska in 1971 as a missionary and joined the Transalaska oil pipeline as a Chaplain in 1974. Because of the executive status accorded to him as Chaplain, Lindsey was given access to information documented in his eye opening book, The Energy Non-Crisis, and which he is sharing with us on Out There TV.
You see, if we were allowed to have the oil from the north slope of Alaska to come to American refineries, the price of gasoline at the gas pump could plummet as much as a dollar and a half a gallon. But our president cannot allow it. And they will never open up Anwar. Why won’t they? Because if they allowed the oil from our own soil to come to American refineries, the other oil producing countries of the world that haven’t jumped ship yet, would not be obligated to buy our national securities, our T-Bills and our securities, and the dollar would collapse within a months time. And our president knows it!
But yet on the other hand, if other nations continue to jump ship, and don’t use the American dollar, and the New York Bankers no longer have the control of the oil of the world, through the control of the American dollar, the dollar will collapse anyway. Just a matter of time! It’s gonna happen one way or the other.
Friday, June 22, 2007
--Ezra Taft Benson
Money is a moral, economic, and political issue. Since the monetary unit measures every economic transaction, from wages to prices, taxes, and interest rates, it is vitally important that its value is honestly established in the marketplace without bankers, government, politicians, or the Federal Reserve manipulating its value to serve special interests.
--Ron PaulPaper Money and Tyranny September 5, 2003
Monday, June 04, 2007
The bottom line is there’s no competition in the market place... The more interesting aspect is this dollar problem we’re having...we need high oil prices, literally, to keep the dollar from just crashing through the floor.
-- Dean Henderson, Author
Big Oil and Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf
This new book, Big Oil and Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf, is now available from the publisher HERE.
Big oil and Their Bankers pulls back the covers and exposes a centuries-old cabal of global oligarchs, whose control over the global economy is based upon the world's three most valuable commodities: oil, weapons and drugs.
Initially researched as a Master's thesis titled, "A Political Economy of Middle East Oil...", this book results from fourteen years of additional research. The author traveled to over thirty countries, uncovering a vast web of intrigues leading to the boardrooms of the worlds largest corporations and banks. Big Oil... shines a giant spotlight on the "money Power", which secretively rules the world.
You can watch an interview with the author, Dean Henderson, on Outside TV HERE.
As I reported HERE..... In the book entitled "The Federal Zone," the IRS and the Federal Reserve Banks are likened to two pumps, working in tandem: the banks pump money and credit INTO the economy, and the IRS pumps (sucks?) money and credit OUT of the economy. [Read more HERE]
Always follow the paper money!
The corporations that grew up around the banks have deprived the people of all their prosperity, just like Thomas Jefferson said they would, and the current situation is that we are living in a world in which we possess much, but own little or nothing.
The U.S. Dollar, (a Federal Reserve Note) is overvalued by about 90 times more than it should be. One of the best measures of the money supply, M3, says that there is $9.1 Trillion dollars in U.S. banks as of April, 2004. Yet the U.S. government only has 261 million ounces of gold. Thus, there is 9,100,000 dollars for every 261 oz. of gold backing, and thus, $34,865 dollars for every one ounce of gold. Holding a federal paper dollar is a danger to the people of the state.
July 8th, 2004
A Dollar is defined in Section 9 of the Coinage Act of 1792, which explicitly refers to “Dollars or Units—each to be the value of the Spanish milled dollar as the same is now current, and to contain three hundred and seventy one grains and four sixteenth parts of grain of pure...silver,” not gold. [Source]