Merry Christmas

There is hope people.  Our young war heroes are not as stupid as our overlords would hope.

Please enjoy this passionate short video of an amazing young man and his hope for our future.

America is the land of the free.  Freedom is not available without the courage to be responsible for the consequences of your own actions.

“End The Debt – Audit The Fed” rally

November 22, 2009  12:00 Noon

End The Debt – Audit The Fedrally
38 Federal Reserve Banks.  A protest rally at every location.
In Kansas City:
Federal Reserve (across from the Liberty Memorial)
27th at Main street in Kansas City Missouri.

bring friends, signs, and a good attitude 🙂  These rallys now include many groups supporting the effort.  The KC rally coaliton includes Liberty Restoration Project, Campaign for Liberty, 912 We are Change and many Tea Party activists.

November 22 will be the 46th anniversary of the death of President John F. Kennedy.
Why do we celebrate this?  To remember the actions of a man who attempted to force our nation to follow the Constitution in regards to monetary policy.

President Kennedy signed  Executive Order #11110 authorizing the printing of United States Treasury notes to be circulated without the accumulation of debt.

This order still stands today, however is not followed due to the monopoly that the Federal Reserve Bank has on the US monetary policy.

Fast forward 46 years and there are bills in our Congress right now attempting to at least provide our nation with
oversight on that monopoly.

HR 833 would abolish the Federal Reserve board of governors entirely,
whereas HR1207 would provide for a full and complete audit on all accounting and distribution methods of the
Federal Reserve Bank and has 312 congressional sponsors.

In the US Senate a companion Audit bill, S 604 has 31 senatorial sponsors.
There is overwhelming support of bringing the Federal Reserve into some kind of boundaries
due to the recent endless debt and inflationary printing.

We plan on having a celebration of the First Amendment in support of these bills.

November 25, 2009 7 pm

The “Buchanan County Political Activist Study Group” will meet at 7 PM Wednesday November 25th at the East Hills Library.  A brief introduction regarding the mission of the group will be made plus the award winning documentary, “The Money Masters” will be shown.

The “Campaign for Liberty” and “Tea Party” groups as well as the “general public” are invited to attend these monthly study groups to share ideas and promote strategies that will assist us in electing those political leaders that will do what is best for our country.  For more information contact Larry Flinchpaugh at 676-2565.

 

 

What do foreign governments want in return for loaning our government money?

“The Money That Is Sold Abroad Is You!”

George Orwell wrote that, “The great enemy of clear language is insincerity. When there is a gap between one’s real and one’s declared aims, one turns as it were instinctively to long words and exhausted idioms, like a cuttlefish spurting out ink.”


You have probably heard confusing phrases like the trade deficit, the falling dollar, the national debt, unfunded liabilities and so on, which all sound vague and actuarial and vaguely – well, “not me.”


The reality behind these accounting phrases is perfectly monstrous.


When someone – a foreigner, say – loans money to the American government, what are they getting in return?


Well, they are getting promises of interest payments, and eventual repayment of the principal.


Where does your government get this money?


The government is not a business; it does not generate profits in the free market, so where does it get the money to repay its creditors?


Do you see where this is going?


Are you beginning to understand that it is not dollars that are being sold, or bonds, or agency debt, or treasuries, or anything like that.


Where is your government going to get the money to pay off its creditors?


It is not pieces of paper or contracts or computer bits that are being sold.


There is only one thing that the government has to sell.


Governments have only one asset that they can use as collateral.


Your leaders are selling you.


When China lends $800 billion to your government, what they get in return is a guarantee that $10,000 dollars – plus interest – will be taken from your family at gunpoint and shipped overseas.


When a farmer gets a loan from a bank, he uses his livestock as collateral. It is the milk and meat his cows will produce in the future that he will use to pay off his loan.


The bank is buying a share in his cows.


You are the livestock your leaders use as collateral.


The people that you cheer for and throw parades for and drop balloons behind and donate money to are selling you to Chinese rulers, to the Japanese, to the Nigerians, to South American drug lords with accounts in the Caribbean banking centers, to Russia, to Korea, to Egypt, to Colombia, to Chile, to the Philippines, to Malaysia — and anyone else who is willing to give them a few dollars in return for the blood, sweat and toil of your future.


The flag that you praise and the anthems that you sing and the rulers that you weep and kneel before have as much loyalty to you as a plantation owner had to his slaves.


And sadly, plantation slaves had more pride than we do.


Plantation slaves did not generally praise their masters for selling them off, for auctioning off the lives, hopes, dreams and futures of their own little children.


We can understand that cattle may lick the hand of the farmer who lowers an axe to its neck, because cattle are dumb beast that cannot comprehend their real relationship with the farmer, and his imminent plans for them.


What is our excuse?


When we chant “USA” “USA” “USA,” when we cheer and bow and beg and scrape and sing and weep with joy that some new farmer now presides over the wholesale dismantling and sale of our family’s future, when we love with obsessive emptiness the leaders who laugh while they auction us off to every tin pot dictator and stockbroker the world over, what is our excuse?


Has our pride been so broken that we lunge with pathetic joy at every new silver tongued demagogue who pretends to care for us, even a tiny little bit?


In the future, our children will ask why we knelt and cheered as they were sold on the auctioneer’s block.

This video – and my life’s work – is my answer to my child.

Geithner to outline efforts to fix banking system

Treasury Secretary Geithner to outline efforts to fix US banks in G-7 finance meetings

  • On Friday April 24, 2009, 6:31 am EDT

WASHINGTON (AP) — Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is expected to outline the Obama administration’s efforts to clean up the U.S. banking system during meetings Friday with finance ministers from the Group of Seven nations, a department official said.

Getting banks to lend again, (printing money out of thin air and charging interest on it) along with government stimulus (more public debt) spending, is critical to turning around the U.S. and global economies, the official said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak on the record.(he might wind up hanging in his basement)

His comments came the same day that Dominique Strauss-Kahn,(Darth Cidious) managing director of the International Monetary Fund, urged the U.S. and Europe to do more to remove distressed assets from banks’ balance sheets. World leaders pledged to take such steps during a summit in London April 2.

Postponing such steps, Strauss-Kahn said, would “postpone the recovery.” (people might figure out they are being scammed)

Finance officials from around the world are gathering in Washington for three days of discussions beginning Friday. The G-7 meetings will be followed by talks over dinner (paid for by us no doubt) that night among the Group of 20 nations, which adds major emerging powers such as China, Russia, India and Brazil to the mix.

The Treasury official said an “important component” of the Obama administration’s efforts is the “stress tests” (propaganda) that regulators have done on 19 of the nation’s largest financial institutions.

The tests are intended to gauge how the banks would fare in a severe recession (not too severe thou) and determine which institutions need more capital. (Should go bankrupt) The additional money, if needed, would come from the private sector or the government (debt). Officials are to release the methodology for the stress tests Friday and privately (we wouldn’t understand) begin telling the institutions how they performed.

Meanwhile, Strauss-Kahn and Robert Zoellick, (Sith Lords) the head of the IMF’s sister organization, pledged new resources (our children’s) to fight the worst global downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s, while warning that the crisis is far from over.

“We still have long months of economic distress in front of us,” Strauss-Kahn said.

The IMF’s board agreed to double the borrowing limits for 78 of the poorest countries in an effort to meet the needs of developing nations harmed by the downturn. (Just what they need, more debt)

Separately, Zoellick said the World Bank will provide $45 billion (out of thin air) over the next three years to support road building and other infrastructure projects in poor nations. That’s $15 billion more than it spent on infrastructure efforts in poor nations in the three years before the crisis.

The funds are designed to support job creation and “help jumpstart a recovery(get those interest payments coming in again) from the crisis,” he said. He also said the U.S. and Europe should “reconsider old prerogatives” and allow developing countries a greater voice in management of the World Bank.

When the money is combined with increased efforts from an arm of the World Bank that supports private sector projects, the increased funding could total $55 billion, the World Bank said. The effort is designed to give developing countries the same type of stimuli (public debt) rich nations are providing to create jobs in the face of massive layoffs caused by the recession. (which they are orchestrating)

The initiative follows a tripling in lending (money out of thin air – loaned with interest) to $12 billion announced earlier this week to support health, education and other safety net programs in poor countries. The goal of both World Bank efforts is to ensure “we don’t repeat the mistakes of the past,” Zoellick said Thursday.

During previous financial crises in the 1980s and 1990s, governments in developing countries were forced to cut spending on infrastructure projects and social programs, he said.

“We saw social unrest, deprivation and even violence,” Zoellick said. “Poor people suffered most from the mistakes of others.”

Also on the agenda for Friday’s G-7 and G-20 meetings will be fleshing out the promises made at a meeting of world leaders earlier this month in London.

Leaders from the G-20 nations pledged April 2 to boost support for the IMF, the World Bank and other international lending organizations by $1.1 trillion to combat the global recession. But the biggest chunk of that amount — $500 billion for an emergency lending facility at the IMF — is still short of the goal.

The U.S., Europe and Japan have committed roughly $100 billion each, and other countries have pledged much smaller amounts. Strauss-Kahn said he expects new pledges this weekend.

China had indicated in London that it would pledge $40 billion. Strauss-Kahn said he is meeting this weekend with Chinese officials to discuss the country’s commitment.

That could be complicated since China and other big developing countries like India want to link their increased support to making progress on their long-sought goal for a bigger voice in the operations of institutions like the IMF. This proposal is being resisted by various European nations who would lose some of their current voting powers.

The debate also could hinder efforts to reach agreement on a proposal to sell part of the IMF’s vast gold reserves to provide more support for the poorest countries and to expand an IMF currency known as special drawing rights, a move that could provide support to poor nations.

Strauss-Kahn said in a separate speech Thursday that the IMF’s governance should be reformed to “give more influence to emerging markets and low-income countries.”

The U.S. also will seek to keep the pressure on European countries to follow through on their promises to boost stimulus spending. U.S. officials will ask the IMF to report on each country’s progress, the senior Treasury official said. European nations have resisted U.S. calls for more spending because of budget concerns.

Underscoring the extent of the challenges, the IMF released a new economic forecast Wednesday that projected that the world economy would shrink 1.3 percent this year, the first decline since World War II, and what the IMF called “by far the deepest global recession since the Great Depression.”

Private economists said an output decline of that magnitude would leave at least 10 million more people jobless around the world.

Associated Press writers Martin Crutsinger, Deb Riechmann and Jeannine Aversa contributed to this report.

Tea Anyone?

Tea anyone?

by Bob Parker

We said the country is departing from the Constitution . . . you said, ”I like the government to take care of me” . . .

We said property rights matter . . . you shrugged and said, it doesn’t affect me, I live in the city. . .

We said our government is getting too big . . . you said “I know what you mean,” but voted for more Government anyway . . .

We said trade agreements would destroy our American workers and we would lose our jobs . . . you voted for Candidates that voted for it . . . now we have no work . . .

We said that the second amendment protecting our right to keep and bear arms was fundamental . . . you said you would just call 911. . .

We said the EPA was regulating our businesses out of business . . . you said ”we must protect the environment” and stopped refinery building, offshore drilling, mining, etc . . .

We said Gay parenting is wrong and teaches children the wrong values . . . you said we needed to get ”enlightened” . . .

We said we cannot have just a ”service” economy, someone has to produce something . . . you said let ”them” make it, they can do it cheaper . . .

When farmers went broke because of the Big Multi-National Corporations taking over our food supply . . . you didn’t care . . . food was cheap . . . then . . .

When we said the globalist agenda being implemented by our government would bring in the NEW WORLD ORDER . . . you said what New World Order? . . .

When we told you they were going to register your NAIS ”Premise” and destroy farmers with all the regulations and costs. . . you said ”it will make us all a lot of money”

When we told you Farmers were being starved out and small farms and small towns were dying . . .America imported more food than ever, you said ”we don’t need farmers, we can buy food at the grocery store” . . .

We said the Mainstream media is not telling you the truth . . . you continued to watch the nightly news, and now all you know is what they want you to . . .

We talked about our public schools, and how they are failing us . . . you said they just needed more money…

We talked about our Christian heritage and the 10 commandments being our foundation . . . you talked about how old fashioned we were . . .

We said you must stop looking at things in just a Democrat/Republican framework, both parties are killing us now . . . you laughed, and voted for your favorite party . . .

We had a Bailout Protest Rally . . . you stayed home and watched a sitcom on TV . . .and they took your money, and lost your money…

We said that raising Kids is primarily the parents job, read them a book, teach them to talk right, spend time with your kids! . . . You said I’m too busy, that is what Schools are for. . .

We talked about apathy, apostasy, ignorance, and immorality and how it is destroying us, You had another beer, sat back, and watched a ballgame and said ”eat, drink and be merry”

We said America will fall if you don’t wake up . . . now you wonder where your paycheck went, your house went, and your 401k went…

We said American would go broke . . . you said ”they” would never let that happen . . . what do you say now? . . .

We said we must get control of our borders . . . you said we need to be ” multi-cultural” and we need the workers. . .we can all learn Spanish!

We said once people figured out that they could vote themselves money from the Federal treasury and not work . . . they would . . . You said, we have rights and the Government must help us . . .

We said it might take a Revolution to return our government back to what our founding fathers bled and died for…you said ”Tea anyone”?