16567RE: [tips_and_tricks] When GMAC goes Bankrupt
- Jan 19, 2009Frog Farmer wrote:
> HJR 192 was REPEALED long ago (1978 as my memory serves).Hmmmm...does that mean that otherwise it would not be approved? Did I
> There is a file explaining it all in this group's files.
> And, the recent Kahre case proves that one is
> NOT precluded from dealing in the constitutional
> money and is not prevented from choosing to PAY
> debts instead of merely DISCHARGING them!
> Moderator/Bear: I approved this message just so someone else would get
> to say this. It goes to show that all that glitters is not gold.
do something against the rules?
Moderator/Bear: No, I recognized HJR 192 had been repealed from previous discussions on this group. I was going to let somebody in the group say it.
Speaking of gold, paper is outpacing the rate at which men are
extracting it from the ground. Manipulations have made the price in
imaginary units come way down, further dissuading men from digging for
it. It's even more so for silver.
The people who have control and who disregard the law whenever it is
convenient for them are required by law to mint and provide to the
public as much gold and silver coin as is demanded by The People. Right
now, they are not following this law with the excuse that they cannot
get enough coin blanks to stamp out from their private monopolistic
contracted source. Does that make any sense? It does if it was
arranged to work out that way.
If "The People" who claim to want the constitution are using the
financial weapons of their conquerors on themselves, whose fault is
that? [Required answer to my own question: Their own]. Is it the fault
of the brainwashers who created the zombies they control, or is it the
fault of the former consciousness that inhabited that zombie body before
the surrender was signed in return for convenience and expedience, or
power or greed? [Required self-answer: BOTH]
How do you get "innocent" "victims" to use their own free will to keep
from swallowing attractive poisoned candy? [Req. Anti-Socratic ans.:
Warnings don't seem to work. Being an example and not eating it
yourself doesn't seem to work. Pointing out the dead corpses with
poison candy dripping out of their mouths doesn't do the job either.
Passing laws against the candy (Article 1, Section 10) don't work.
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