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the cohn requires the estabishment of money under the congress, not private bankers. the congress has to be higher power, because they represent the people (in theory). the current system has created and is creating powers that are above the legis branch that are private commercial monopolies. any surprise that the congress votes in their favor?
and John Beachy has interesting idea. a man could leave the farm to the children, instead we may see them all sold off to foreign investors.
I say focus on abolishing the life (property) tax. As long as a life tax exists there can be no freedom. At the same time, privacy and land use needs to be respected, so no State Supremacists are allowed to enter. If such entry is violated, then in accordance with the popular pet doctrine, the land "owner" has the God-ordained right to protect his family, himself, and the land by any means necessary. Further, if one makes his living off said land, then no income tax would even be possible!
"First, the unelected governors of the unconstitutional central bank have an absolute stranglehold and monopoly over the flow of our nation‚Äôs money and credit. Not once since its inception in 1913 has there ever been a thorough audit or an accounting to Congress about its activities."
"Since the Federal Reserve's inception in 1913, the dollar has lost over 95 percent of its purchasing power. Most, if not all, of this precipitous decline was caused by the mindless monetary policy of the Federal Reserve."
"Could America exist without an income tax? The idea seems radical, yet in truth America did just fine without a federal income tax for the first 126 years of its history."
"Adding insult to injury, during testimony to Congress in 2009, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke refused to reveal to committee members the names of the institutions that received trillions of dollars from the Fed. Later, he told our elected representatives that he would not disclose the identity of the foreign banks that were parties to sweetheart deals with the Federal Reserve."