free market money
- Dear Friends,
It is widely admitted that the USA government is out of control.
The government agents refuse to uphold the constitution they are
sworn to uphold and defend. Many people admit it is a terrible
monster, harming many Americans, and they ask, "How did it get
Well, there are many parts to the story. I wrote an essay
called "USA: RIP" which you can read here:
One of the most important things that happened was the loss of
control of money. The USA government is not the issuer of
"Federal Reserve Notes." They are issued by a private banking
cartel, the Federal Reserve System.
The good news, though, is that since 1971, there is no price
control on gold or silver. Moreover, there is no law against
the private issuance of currency. Free market money is here,
and it is better for you.
Why is it better? Because it is not issued by the bad people
who have perverted the USA government. It is not as easily
identified or taxed. It is not as easily inflated. Much of
it is anonymous bearer instruments or entirely offshore.
You should get some free market money. Yes, you should. You
should use it to buy and sell. You should scorn the Federal
Reserve Notes and their tax system.
How do you get some? Contact my company. http://cambist.net/
If you become a NORFED redemption center, use my name Jim
Davidson as your sponsor, and I'll send you half of my sponsor
fee (I get $100 when you use my name as sponsor, so I'll send
Buy your money at a discount, and spend it at a profit!
Would you like to know more?
You guys are smarter than average, so you'd probably like to
hear about Gresham's Law. Gresham's law, you think, says, "bad
money chases out the good," so that means that fiat money is
going to always win in the market.
Well, that isn't what Gresham said. He said that artificially
overvalued money will tend to force artificially undervalued
money into private stockpiles. So, Gresham's law is not in
effect as long as there is no price control on gold or silver.
Since 1971, that's been the case.
So, the conditions are ripe for what Friedrich Hayek called
the Free Market Money movement, intended to take the place of
the free trade movement which had so benefited the 19th Century.
What the heck does all this stuff have to do with the Free State
Project? Very simple. When you have a free state, which I
misdoubt will be soon, you have to figure out what to do about
money. The good news is, the market has solved that problem.
e-gold.com goldmoney.com e-Bullion.com and crowne-gold.com as
well as norfed.org offer real solutions, here, now, today.