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Why do Paul, Beck, and the World Bank have the same monetary reform policy?

December 13, 2011 by  
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Why do Ron Paul, Glen Beck, and PRIVATE world bank have the same monetary reform policy?

World Banker Robert Zoellick supports gold money just like Ron Paul

http://articles.businessinsider.com/2010-11-07/markets/30003474_1_currency-view-gold-ideas

Bill Still(Money Master/Secrets of Oz, Jefferson, Franklin, and Lincoln all have the OPPOSITE monetary policy of public money without interest.

BTW: I don’t support voting for any of the loyal opposition bank puppets as the US is really a bankrupt, corporate war democracy since 1871, and 1933.

The parasitic usurer bankers have achieved political “total spectrum dominance”. All national politicians support private usury money creation. Obama, Gingrich, Paul, Beck, and everyone else you can think of on the national stage.

Why is public money without usury better? 8 year mortgages instead of 30 year mortgages at the same monthly payment for starters.

 

The Rothschilds gold solution is NOT real monetary reform.

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20 Responses to “Why do Paul, Beck, and the World Bank have the same monetary reform policy?”
  1. phil says:

    Please learn your fact! Ron Paul wants the govt out completely. Central Bankers wants to stick with paper … backed by gold perhaps, but that’s only until the next problem.

    http://www.tomwoods.com/blog/greenbackers-smear-ron-paul/

    • redpill says:

      Zoellick is a private banker from the World Bank. Ron Paul supports private banking without government interference just like the World Bank want. Bankers have destroyed the sovereignty of virtually every nation on the planet. In fact they bankrupted the US on a gold standard in 1933.

      How?The bankers have the gold. They will lend it at impossible to pay usury(even 1%) as some but NOT all can pay. This occurs because only the principal is in circulation, not the interest gold. They will confiscate all wealth over time, even if no governments existed at all. Victims will sign up for this asset confiscation scheme willingly, the same way they do a Ponzi. The question just remains…should we allow Ponzis, and usury? LOL! The People should be free to contract, right?

      For example: Assume there is no government, and the people willingly borrowed $1M at 1% which means a total of $1,010,000 is owed. Where do the people get $10k in gold? A. Borrow more. B. Default their collateral.

      The private World Bank, Beck, and Paul all advocate this “free market” usury gold scam. To say “gold” will make us monetarily INDEPENDENT is like saying oil will make energy independent.

  2. Zorro says:

    This article is rubbish. It completely distorts Ron Paul’s position. Please, get your facts straight before you write the article, douche!

    • redpill says:

      My facts are straight. Usury is an asset confiscation racket, and Ron Paul’s “sound money/end the fed” platitudes don’t threaten the elite bankers who OWN HIM, and the other liars on TV.

    • Xabier says:

      I heard the Ron Paul doesn’t really want to End the Fed but “open it up to competition.” Can anyone tell me if this is true or not?

  3. Steve says:

    It seems like you might be taken in by one of those bonehead theoreticians who posit that *all* interest is tantamount to “usury.”

    Interest, as such, is not inherently pernicious or antisocial. It is a phenomenon deriving from basic human nature. All humans have a certain time preference. All things being equal, a given good today is valued higher than the same good a week from now, a month from now, or a year from now. Therefore present goods exchange at a premium against future goods. That premium is called “interest.” The degree of that premium,or what is the same thing, the rate of the discount on future goods as agaiinst present goods, is the rate of “originary interest.” The market rate of interest is determined by the rate of originary interest + certain entrepreneurial components (uncertainty and risk).
    You can no more do away with the phenomenon of interest than you can do away with the phenomenon of subjective human valuation in general.

    • redpill says:

      Usury is fraud as more money is always owed than what exists in circulation. It is fraud from the start just like a Ponzi.

      Do you believe Ponzis should be legal too?

    • Xabier says:

      Yeah, yeah, the time value and the risk blah, blah, blah.

      First of all, you can’t get around this, “Assume there is no government, and the people willingly borrowed $1M at 1% which means a total of $1,010,000 is owed. Where do the people get $10k in gold? A. Borrow more. B. Default their collateral.”

      Second of all, you can’t get around this, “Imagine that moneylenders must have existing money to lend (no fractional reserves). If some people within the money supply begin systematically lending money at interest, their share of the money supply will grow. If they continually re-loan at interest all the money that get’s paid back to them, whether it is gold, fiat or digital money, it does not matter, the money lenders will end up with all the money and after all the foreclosures and bankruptcies are all filed, they will get all the real property too.”

      Third of all, you can’t get around, and this is the most important one of all, “For any Nation to be sovereign they need to be able to sustain themselves independently without the help of another, as well as create it’s own money in it’s own economy for it’s People to use without having to borrow it from anyone. Independence is sovereignty. That is why Our founding fathers fought the War for Independence, so they could reclaim the sovereignty which the British Monarchy had stole from them.”

  4. Bill Jones says:

    Zoellick’s “gold money” is no more similar to Ron Paul’s than Zoellick’s Amex gold card is.

    I have seen some drivel on the web but this is amongst the finest.

    • redpill says:

      Zoellick is a private banker from the World Bank. Ron Paul supports private banking without government interference just like the World Bank. Bankers have destroyed the sovereignty of virtually every nation on the planet. In fact they bankrupted the US on a gold standard in 1933.

      How?The bankers have the gold. They will lend it at impossible to pay usury(even 1%) as some but NOT all can pay. This occurs because only the principal is in circulation, not the interest gold. They will confiscate all wealth over time, even if no governments existed at all. Victims will sign up for this asset confiscation scheme willingly, the same way they do a Ponzi. The question just remains…should we allow Ponzis, and usury? The People should be free to contract, right?

      For example: Assume there is no government, and the people willingly borrowed $1M at 1% which means a total of $1,010,000 is owed. Where do the people get $10k in gold? A. Borrow more. B. Default their collateral.

      The private World Bank, Beck, and Paul all advocate this “free market” usury gold scam. To say “gold” will make us monetarily INDEPENDENT is like saying oil will make energy independent.

    • redpill says:

      Dear readers of theRedPillRadio.com. Follow this DEBATE on usury on Tom Wood’s site. Let’s see if I can hold my water with a man with skins from the Ivy League. Come checkout the show.

      Thomas E. Woods, Jr., is a senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Harvard and his master’s, M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is the author of eleven books, most recently Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse and Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. His other books include the New York Times bestsellers Meltdown: A Free-Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, the Economy Tanked, and Government Bailouts Will Make Things Worse and The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, as well as Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to George W. Bush (with Kevin R.C. Gutzman), Sacred Then and Sacred Now: The Return of the Old Latin Mass, 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization, and The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy. His critically acclaimed 2004 book The Church Confronts Modernity was recently released in paperback by Columbia University Press. A collection of Woods’ essays, called W obronie zdrowego rozsadku, was released exclusively in Polish in 2007. Woods’ books have been translated into Italian, Spanish, Polish, French, German, Czech, Portuguese, Croatian, Slovak, Russian, Korean, Japanese, and Chinese.

      http://www.tomwoods.com/blog/greenbackers-smear-ron-paul/

      I’m working on a VOLUNTARY local currency which will offer usury free mortgages of 8 years with the same payment as those of 30. Of course you can go for the Rothschilds gold system and be a slave instead.

      mountainhours.com

      • Denny says:

        Yikes RedPill – You are going to take on Tom Woods? Check the depth of the pond before you jump in. If you are lucky – you will get a lesson.
        If you lead with your chin and Ellen’s scholarly work you are going to get your head handed to you. Better to study before you write I think. Denny from parts west.

        • Xabier says:

          Redpill can’t lose. He should win this debate easily. It’s essentially rigged for him to win. There is no way to legitimately justify interest charges.

    • Xabier says:

      I heard the Ron Paul doesn’t really want to End the Fed but “open it up to competition.” Can anyone tell me if this is true or not?

  5. dak riggins says:

    Never heard of the pretentiously named ‘Red Pill Radio’, til its assinine remark on Ron Paul
    Comparing Ron Paul to the World Bank?? The World Bank makes one offhand remark supporting gold, and you conclude Ron Paul is in cahoots with the World Bank??
    This is one of the stupidest things I have read recently.
    If ‘Red Pill Radio’, can be bothered to at least be coherent, better to just shut up.
    If ‘Red Pill Radio’ doesnt open its mouth, then it wont have to worry about saying anything stupid.
    Or, ‘how do you know ‘Red Pill Radio’ is saying something stupid’? Its radio lips are moving.
    Well botched, ‘Red Pill Radio’. Looks like you took the blue pill after all.

  6. john says:

    This is a great debate ,and I find both sides have good points.But look in the sky those are chemtrails,test your water your food the drugs the plastics theyre using I could go on for an hour all the ways we are being de-populated.Now look at the control grid ,cameras everywhere 10 times the cops,DNA,RFID,snitches,FEMA camps activated,new laws all the time,TV Thought control,education control,False WARS,Criminals climbing the gov ladder.New weapons that can eliminate most of us. U.N. land grabs,HEY I’m just getting started,and if you onjy believe 10% of it, thats enough to say RON PAUL is going to help way more than hurt us.So what if gold goes to $8000 ,I wont but any jewelry.So until we solve the $ problem its RON PAUL and barter barter barter.

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  8. Faton says:

    He’s now surpassed $3M.It’s time to relaly push this thing forward: If you’ve already contributed to Ron Paul today – contribute another $17.76! If you haven’t contributed yet, what are you waiting for?

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