Sunday, April 15, 2007

Unlocking a Riddle

By Bill Price

“For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the world of this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high places.” Ephesians, 6:12

Unlocking a Riddle

Riddle: n. something or someone that puzzles; an enigmatic or inexplicable person or thing.

Once upon a time there was magnificent creature. This creature was infinitely more intelligent than mere mortals. The creature was also a master of disguise and took great pleasure in tricking the mortals into following his dark desires. The mortals rarely caught on to the object of the creature’s purpose and provided constant pleasure for him as they followed his subtle manipulations. One day this creature visited a realm where freedom was considered sacred. The people had a grand tradition for honesty, always striving to choose leaders who would selflessly work to protect virtue. The creature could see things others could not and noticed that some of the leaders in that realm had an insatiable desire for power and praise. This minority would provide an entertaining opportunity for the creature to enjoy some sadistic pleasure. So, the creature offered a formula to those leaders lacking in character, guaranteeing power and wealth to those who accepted his offer. These weaklings pleaded to know the creature’s secret in the formula it presented, but it cleverly made them promise to keep its meaning in a riddle. A contract was made between them, and the secret was revealed: E = mc2, economy equals money creation times itself. The leaders marveled at the mystery written by the creature and pledged their souls for knowledge of its secrets; faithfully promising to comply with his demand to keep its revealed meaning locked in riddles. So the creature gave a demonstration as to how to create money out of thin air, as much money as they desired, thus multiplying their profit and power. There was virtually no limit. Money creation times itself would bring bliss to the realm and the leaders possessing the secret within the formula were praised continually, both day and night. But, the new unlimited abundance of money eventually created things that made the people fearful, things unexpected…depressions, recessions, unemployment, war and crime.

The Realm 1781 AD

Our eventual first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, stated on April 30, 1781 in a letter to Robert Morris, superintendent of finance for the Continental Congress:

“A national debt, if it is not excessive, will be a national blessing; a powerful cement of union; a necessity for keeping up taxation, and a spur to industry.”

He then recommended a “National” bank with a capital of ten or 15 million dollars, to be paid 2/6ths in specie (gold & silver), 1/6 in securities on good European funds and the remaining half in good landed security. It was to be created into a legal corporation for thirty years, during which time no other bank public or private was to be permitted. Its capital and deposits were to be exempt from taxation and the United States collectively, individually and conjointly, with the private proprietors, were to be responsible for all of its transactions.” Money Creators”, Gertrude Coogan

Little did Hamilton know that his proposed “arrangement”, as far as we the people were concerned, was dead on arrival. Article 1 § 8 part 5 “Congress shall have the power to coin money, regulate the value thereof; and of foreign coin…” was ratified by eleven of the original 13 colonies in August 1788. Alexander Hamilton’s and Robert Morris’s dreams of debt blessings were in serious trouble. Money creation by private banks was unconstitutional in 1788 and still is today. Ben Franklin was one of the prime movers for giving Congress exclusive power in the realm of money creation. The efforts of true patriots like Franklin culminated in Article 1 § 8 part 5 and were intended to prevent the following diabolical schemes:

“That’s right – Banks create money.” (Through a process called “fractional banking) “Suppose for example that somebody borrows $90 and pays a bill with it. Whoever receives the 90 payment is likely to deposit it in another bank which can lend $81. Whoever receives the payment will deposit it in another bank, which will lend $72…” Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Public Information Department, 33 Liberty St., New York, NY.

Private Banks e.g. can create $1,000 from a mere $100 deposit by using the above formula. The banks are creating what they lend and charging interest on what they create. The potential for profit at the expense of we the people’s labor is virtually limitless.

Ominous words

“A national debt, if it is not excessive, will be a national blessing; a powerful cement of union; a necessity for keeping up taxation, and a spur to industry.”

Our government has virtually unlimited taxing authority, with a couple exceptions. One of these exceptions is clearly stated in Article 1 § 2 part 3 and Article 1 § 9 part 4, apportionment/enumeration. Hamilton’s agenda for the “blessings of a national debt” by private banking is dependant upon the necessity for “keeping up taxation”, which has always been part of the riddle and eventually evolved into a 10,000 page Internal Revenue Code. Imposing a tax on a person’s wages/labor is a requirement stipulated by the creature, and its meaning until now has been obscured by riddles. I believe this “formula” was contrived with supernatural help, which allows private, for profit credit (digits) on bank ledgers to serve, as though coined into constitutional “money” and then loaned into circulation at interest.

“For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood; but against principalities…against spirits of wickedness…”

A natural mortal mind could not have conceived of such a plan for slavery. Although the creature is a master of disguise, evidence betrays its invisibility; which can be easily seen in the administration of his agent’s at the IRS and their sponsors at the Treasury.

The Law is Moot

Apportionment is the key to stopping this diabolical slave trade on our labor. It is clear that no valid law approving direct taxation on the wages/labor of private, unincorporated U.S. citizens can legally exist without an affirmative vote in Congress, according to Article 1. Where is the Congressional record displaying authority for imposing direct taxes? Before anyone tells us about the “law”, show us where Congress approved a direct tax on our labor. When did Congress apportion a direct tax? No action by Congress in this regard, no law! Let’s keep focused, either it can be shown when and where Congress approved/apportioned these direct taxes on our wages/labor, or the law is moot.

Alexander Hamilton’s model of a private for profit money monopoly has lived through generations, to the present day, with only a few interruptions. The diabolical Federal Reserve Bank is evidence of the creature’s supernatural skill and cunning. Without the taxes derived from a person’s wages/labor the Federal Reserve Bank could not exist and our government could not fund/control many of its anti-family, anti-life, anti-freedom programs.

Alexander Hamilton and Robert Morris, along with too many others, were mere slaves to the creature they served in this life, and may be serving for eternity in the next.

Bill Price

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