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The Bretton Woods Committee


[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

In A.D. 1944, an international conference was held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to establish a new monetary system for the post-WWII world.  A fundamental principle of the resulting “Bretton Woods Agreement” was that the US dollar would be backed by gold and would come to be used as the world reserve currency.

In A.D. 1971, President Nixon closed the “gold window” and stopped redeeming foreign-held US dollars with gold.  Some people suppose that when the US dollar became pure fiat and was no longer redeemable in gold, the Bretton Woods Agreement ended.

However, the original Bretton Woods Agreement involved much more than merely promising to redeem foreign-held dollars with gold.  Vestiges of that Agreement continue to function and exert influence under the oversight of The Bretton Woods Committee.

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$150 Dashcam Saves Driver from Ticket


If I were in a similar position, I wouldn’t merely use the video to stop my traffic ticket. I’d use the video as evidence to sue the cop for fraud, “tampering with a government record,” official oppression or some such and to sue the police department for employing a liar. I’ll bet the city would easily settle out of court for $25,000 to $50,000.

Two things I dislike about the dashcam:

1) it’s obvious and easily seen; I’d like a model that’s more stealthy and less obvious; and

2) it apparently runs only while the car is running. If the cop orders to turn off your engine, your video stops. I’d want a dashcam that could be turned on to run even after the car was turned off.

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The Moral Foundation for Governance


Immoral men recognize no "lines". [courtesy Google Images]

Immoral men recognize no “lines”.
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The Washington Times reports in “The Putin problem: U.S. needs Russian rockets for spy satellites” that, last Thursday (March 13th, A.D. 2014) ,

 

“Secretary of State John F. Kerry said a “a very serious series of steps” would occur if the Crimean Peninsula, currently occupied by Russian military hardware and thousands of troops, votes to rejoin Russia. He did not get into specifics as to what those steps might be, only saying to a Senate Appropriations Committee panel that there would be ‘a response of some kind’.”

What’s “a very serious series of steps”?

It’s the boogaloo followed by the funky chicken followed by the lindy hop.   It’s never before been attempted on live TV but will be seen next week when President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry team up to make a surprise appearance on Dancing With The Stars.

In fact, a “very serious series of steps” may occur on Dancing With The Stars, but our government will take no meaningful steps to punish Russia for annexing the Crimea.

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“The Most Dangerous Thing To You and Your Family is Government”


If government really wanted to protect the American people, the first thing it would do is disarm itself. Instead, it’s placed orders for over 2 billion bullets. If you trust the U.S. government, you’re a fool. (Incidentally, this is the 1,400th post on this blog.)

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“PERSONS or other animals” in Wisconsin statutes


"Persons" are "animals"?? [courtesy Google Images]

“Persons” are “animals”??
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If you follow this blog, you know that I’m somewhat obsessed with demonstrating that: 1) the government has defined all men and women to be “animals”; 2) by defining us as “animals,” government deprives us of our most important rights; 3) that this deprivation of rights constitutes a violation of our Freedom of Religion and an act of genocide against the American people.  (See, http://adask.wordpress.com/category/man-or-other-animals/ and especially, http://adask.wordpress.com/2008/06/17/man-or-other-animals-1/)

I’ve also presented inferential evidence that the word “consumer” may signify an “animal”.

So, I’m delighted to have received the following email which presents evidence that even the word “person” signifies an “animal”–at least in Wisconsin. But I’ll bet that, as more people research the statutes in their own state, they’ll find that “person” = “animal” in other states, probably most states, maybe all states.

If it turns out to be true that the word “person” usually signifies an “animal” in state or federal law, it will be even more evidence that a spiritual war is being waged by gov-co against the American people.

Here’s the email:

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“It won’t be long before the people storm this chamber and hang you . . . and they’ll be right!


Godfrey Bloom is an Englishman and Member of the European Parliament (MEP).  Here’s brief video of Mr. Bloom addressing the European Parliament and speaking truth to power.

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Posted by on December 5, 2013 in Despotism, Fascism, Government as Gangsters, Tyranny, Video

 

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Government’s “Protection” Racket


Is government here to help you, or help itself?  This video illustrates the idea of the government consumer robbing the private-sector producers.  (See, http://adask.wordpress.com/2013/11/20/the-risk-of-being-a-consumer/)

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Posted by on November 24, 2013 in Fascism, Government as Gangsters, Video

 

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“Stealth Socialism”


Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) [courtesy Google Images]

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL)
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Conservative Byte posted an article entitled “Dem Rep Praises Rise of ‘Stealth Socialism’ In America”.  According to that article,

“In a recent interview with Salon, outspoken progressive Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) hailed the rise of what he called “stealth socialism” through America’s recent monetary policy decisions.”

What does Congressman Grayson mean by “monetary policy decisions”?

He means “central planning” by the Federal Reserve System.

“Central planning” is a term that was popularized by the former Soviet Union—until it collapsed under the weight of “central planning” in A.D. 1991, ceased to exist, and plunged the people formerly ruled by “central planning” into a decade of chaos, poverty and violence.

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Y’ say y’ want a Revolution?


"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable." [courtesy Bing Images]

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable.” John F. Kennedy
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800,000 government employees were furloughed on Tuesday, October 1st.  The media are all a-twitter with reports on the Obamacare/Government-shutdown controversy.

At first, the controversy seemed to be just another “drama” staged by the drama-queens we’ve elected to Congress.  For example, The Washington Times published “House rejects restoration of funds during shutdown for veterans, parks” which declared in part:

 

“With the government shutdown closing national monuments and sending federal office workers home, House Republicans changed tactics Tuesday and tried to pass individual spending bills that they said would restore money to high-profile programs such as veterans affairs, national parks and the Smithsonian Institution.

“But House Democrats, backed by a presidential veto threat, blocked the bills, saying that while they supported the spending, it was unfair for Republicans to make them pick and choose from popular programs.”

 

Politics in Congress has become so polarized that the Republican and Democrat parties seem like spouses in a particularly bad marriage.  Neither “spouse” can figure out how to please the other.  Both insist that, even if he or she gets what they want, something is still wrong.

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Can Government Corruption Cause Economic Collapse?


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[courtesy Google Images]

Earlier this week, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) spoke for 21 consecutive hours on the Senate floor.  The purpose of his filibuster was to cause the Senate to defund the Obamacare law as the price of passing a new “debt ceiling” law to prevent a government shutdown. The Senate was unimpressed.  Obamacare will be funded, and the “debt ceiling” law will (eventually) be passed with or without Senator Cruz’s support.

The Washington Times published an article entitled “As Sen. Ted Cruz gives a long speech, Treasury gets short on funding” which focused on the Cruz filibuster, but also touched on the debt limit issue.  According to that article,

 

“The Treasury Department said Wednesday that it has less than a month’s worth of room to maneuver before it hits the debt limit, dropping yet another major fiscal deadline in the lap of a Congress already stymied over the annual spending bills.”

Now wait a second. . . .

I thought the “debt limit” was a number rather than a date.

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