America’s True Financial State

The Only Timeless Method To Prepare

Our nation’s founders fell prey to the utter demise and bankruptcy of the continental currency-a-currency representing the 13 colonies. According to Thomas Jefferson, this complete and utter financial implosion of currency was a “divinely inspired” event preparing them for the the drawing up of the constitutional monetary system as part of the goals and intentions of the constitutional congress of 1889.

The Founders gave Congress the constitutional power in Article I, Section 8, Clause 5, “To coin Money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures.” The clear intent of this clause was designed to specifically create a stable national currency, with a defined relationship to foreign currency, and tied U.S. Currency directly to a standard weight and measure of silver or gold which had been the universally accepted form of coinage since the beginning of written human history. Clause 6 of Section 8 further emphasizes the Founders’ intent to protect the value of the “Coin of the United States” by providing to the Congress the power to punish counterfeiting.

The founders understood that monetary supply & demand had a direct affect on supply and demand of goods and tampering with this monetary policy could result in inflation and/or deflation which could and eventually has, destroyed our currency.

Worth highlighting was the fact that, established in the 1792 Coinage Act, the penalty for fraud, embezzlement, or debasement of our currency was death.

All of this has been tampered with throughout history with the final nail in the coffin being the creation and implementation of the Federal Reserve Bank in 1913 which was carried out through an intricate scheme of public deception by a select few extremely wealthy individuals who were ultimately able to deceptively coerce key politicians, namely the populist William Jennings Bryan, who then assisted these politicians in persuading the populace into accepting the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Since the inception of this act, it has undergone nearly 300 amendments and no longer has any similarities to its original writing which was the obvious intent from the beginning.

Since 1913, we have gone from the solid and timeless reliability of biblically endorsed and authorized precious metals to literal monopoly money that is continuously created from thin air at an ever increasing pace and no has the citizens of America obligated to levels of debt in the neighborhood of $1M+ each.

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