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They Own It All (Including You)!: By Means of Toxic Currency Paperback – June 8, 2009
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About the Author
Ron MacDonald is a Vietnam veteran who’s spent the last 25 years studying law. His key interests are Fundamental Principles and Inherent Rights from which all other law arises. He’s watched in dismay as unalienable Rights have been reduced to mere privileges. His overriding interest is for fellow citizens to be free of government tyranny. Robert Rowen, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Johns Hopkins University and UCSF Medical School. He is devoted to educating readers of his Second Opinion Newsletter on the real causes and remedies of illness (hint, not deficiencies of drugs). In his 26 years in the field, he has watched in dismay while forces of toxic medicine have organized through government to destroy its superior competition, biological healing. His overriding interest is freedom of medical regulatory tyranny. Over 6 years friendship and countless hours discussions, these two interests mutually interacted to uncover the one common denominator related to loss of all our freedoms.
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Despite its many literary flaws, I'm grateful to have taken on the books point of view to enough of a degree that the valid points therein have inspired some significant adjustments to my financial objectives to move forward as close as possible to real freedom as one can enjoy in this age of delusion.
If you don't question authority - if you're a good little soldier who follows orders, salutes the flag as though it were your deity, and are warmed by patriotism to that which you don't have the intellectual strength or courage to examine, bypass this book. Indeed, pass by all books and eat the grass with your head down.
If you can think for yourself, have questions about the true nature of our relationship to the government, the realities of this wreckless modern world economy, and are sick and tired of losing more of your Rights and your Wealth, then this is not the worst place to start. NOTE: If you are not a religious person, then you'll need a bit of patience and a light suspension of disbelief long enough to get the meat while ignoring those instances in which the writer proselytizes in that manner.
The book is a bit of a hard slog for the first 20% or so (unless you enjoy reading legal definitions) but these are followed by a summary for those who can't find the brain power.
The extent of the deceit perpetuated on innocent people is staggering but we all have to accept it because ignorance of the law is no excuse (convenient!).
The book is light on remedies for our enslaved condition, but does offer some - along with a very interesting example that occurred in a U.S. Court that illustrated the difference between true tender/money (form and substance) and paper 'money' (form - Federal Reserve Note).
The book focuses solely on USA but the principles can be applied globally (after reading this I looked up to find the legislation for The Bank Of Canada was enacted in July 1934 - so now I know which Canadian Gold and silver to buy - important!).
So, if you've been struggling to get a full picture of 'what's really going on' and who is really in charge I recommend you read this book.
This has changed my perspective on the world I live in, and if it doesn't change yours you either knew this already, or didn't understand it.
You're a slave Neo, you just didn't know it (and nor did I).
In New Zealand, until we agreed to a tax on the use of energy (because of the Greens), we had budget surpluses. Most people paid a lot, but at least we had budget surpluses. In 2005, our government retirement fund was greater than our government debt. We had surpluses, until the Greens imposed an energy tax.
In New Zealand the Reserve Bank creates all of the currency and lends it at interest to banks and the government. The profit goes back to the government of New Zealand. So our currency has no interest charge to it, provided its from the Reserve Bank.
But not all countries central bank is owned by the government. Just about every publication that talks about the Federal Reserve, agrees that the Federal Reserve is a privately own bank, that charges interest on money. If the fed creates one trillion dollars, this must be paid back with interest. The only way the interest can be paid is by borrowing more from the Fed, cause only the Fed can create american money. At some point, the interest bill will be so big, that, that alone will use up all the money in circulation.
For a country to borrow, they must declare an income tax on the citizens. This books explains that an income tax on your earnings is government collateral to those who own the Federal Reserve and other creditors. This book explains this process. It is a great place to start. Their is a solution that the authors have agreed to email to people (if their still alive) and their are other books that explain the solution. But this book is written in a way which is quick and easy to read. After reading this, you will understand what the real problem is. And so those solutions will make sense.
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