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United Socialist State of America: An Obituary

January 29, 2009

The United States of America is no longer the nation founded by its great founding fathers. It’s no longer the nation of laws, of the brave and the free, and of civil liberties. What we know as the USA today is a possessed territory run by mystic men of evil power, fueled by an evil order, governed by an evil code of morality, and motivated by an evil purpose.

This country was founded by men who believed in individual rights, in civil liberties, and in the essence of freedom. At a time when the whole of Europe was engulfed by collectivist monarchs and corrupted by men of looters persuasion, America’s founding fathers created, established and developed a nation that would soon become an antidote to ideological bromides that poisoned the world.

America rose like a phoenix from its 13 original states, mounted an intellectual battle against its British colonizers, established a rational order based on objective constitution and reason, and adopted an honest monetary system that would represent the industry, competence, and greatness of its people. It fought the greatest war this earth has ever known. It fought not merely war against slavery, heavy taxation, and collectivism. It was a war against an evil ideology that effectively stagnated progress in Europe and the whole world. America was based on a rational philosophy- the philosophy of Aristotle.

It was the United States that introduced the most moral constitution that guarantees individual rights. It is the first nation in the world that recognizes man’s right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness. With this credo, which was never hampered by contradictions, America achieved progress, economically, technologically, and militarily. By adopting an honest monetary system backed by gold, the United States showed the world the meaning of progress and the true essence of freedom.

For hundreds of years, the whole of Europe was ruled by collectivist monarchs funded by men of evil purpose whose intention was to destroy the long-established honest money system. But for hundreds of years the whole of Europe and the world were trapped in a state of stagnation, beholden to a system of deceit, of murder, of plunder. Without man’s right to life, with liberty regarded as evil, and with property rights perceived as immoral, that part of history— when the world was clutched by mysticism, royal plunder, and aristocracy of pull— never saw progress as progress was effectively waylaid by men’s way of thinking and by society’s evil structure.

But in a very short span of time, America, which effectively reversed men’s course of thinking, single-handedly pulled the world out of mysticism and global poverty. It was the United States that showed the world that progress can be achieved by the spirit of individualism— that it can be attained with self-interest as a moral virtue and not by welfare statism, or by somnambulistic government interference. America effectively reversed the code of morality— that self-interest and not need is man’s moral motivation— that sacrifice is evil— that big government is immoral— that man is an end in himself.

But did you ever know what made the United States the greatest nation in the world? Its Constitution. A constitution that recognizes man’s right to his life and liberty puts man above any collective or group— that justice means the observance of due process and legal system means the existence of rational legal procedures and codes. A constitution that guarantees property rights indubitably invites the greatest and the brightest in the world to practice their profession, develop their skills, and create technological wonders. A constitution that respects man’s right to pursuit of happiness states that man is an end in himself.

But did you ever know what determines a nation’s life and death? The answer— its monetary system. Those men of evil purpose whose code of morality was based only on their distorted understanding of self-interest knew the answer to this question long ago and acted on the same with utmost wickedness and cleverness. They— whose successors are now in control of the world’s monetary system— knew that money is the root of all virtues— that money is the source of life and goodness.

Money is the result of man’s virtues, his willingness to work and his determination to produce wealth. But today we hear people whine that money is the root of all evil— that money goes only to the wicked, the plunderer, and the  corrupt! This hopeless plaint not surprising because they simply speak the language of our time. They do not have an objective understanding of reality and whose moral code is based on the philosophy of death simply because they believed in historical accounts based on lies, deceptions and illusion.

In the past when money was still backed by gold, silver and things of real value, money simply represented man’s virtues. Man’s virtues such as competence, skills, ability, knowledge, industry, and patience have values which must be paid with a thing of real value like gold.

Man does not live by mooching, by using pity to make people guilty of their virtues, and by deception. Man’s growth cannot be achieved by collective efforts, otherwise that would send the best and the competent to sacrificial altars, to be sacrificed for the common good. He does not live by bread alone; he lives by having a righteous philosophy for living on earth.

But a few evil men whose purpose was to reverse the law of causality attempted to turn money against man, and did. These men of looters persuasion effectively accomplished the dream of their predecessors in 1913 when— after a deliberately triggered economic recession due to a synchronized liquidity crisis— the Federal Reserve System was effectively sold to the American people as a solution to the nation’s economic trouble straight from the Jekyll island where it was created by men like Paul Warburg, Sen. Nelson Aldrich, J.P. Morgan, and their pals to the great walls of New York.

The American people that time failed to see the men behind the Federal Reserve Act and to analyze the events that preceded its creation. The people believed what they were told— that the Federal Reserved Act’s purpose was to “break the money trust.” No one dared to use his own mind. Some did, but were deceived by the absurd and strategically written wordings of the Act. How could you fight an Act whose aim was to break the money trust, to bring money back to the people, to serve the common good? How could you mount an informed opposition against it if the men behind the money trust exhibited their expressed disagreement with it? Why fight the act if most academics, intellectuals and media columnists said it was for the good of everybody, for the benefit of the nation? Why oppose it if it is euphemistically named “Federal Reserve”— it is a government institution, anyway? Idiot! Idiocy is so generous a word to describe the people who lived during that stretch of history.

The US President who signed the Act— Woodrow Wilson— soon expressed his regret after he realized he committed the worst treason a leader could ever commit in history. Wilson said after betraying his own people and the nation of John Adams and Andrew Jackson: I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.” But it was too late.

With the death of the US dollar, America was also buried six feet under. As former US Pres. Thomas Jefferson said: “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.”

Quo vadis, America?

Quotations Related to this Article:

“A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned – this is the sum of good government.” – Thomas Jefferson

“Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws.” – Mayer Amschel Rothschild

“Who controls the food supply controls the people, who controls the energy can control whole continents, and he who controls money controls the world.” – Henry Kissinger

“But a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever.” – John Adams

“The mischief springs from the power which the monied interest derives from a paper currency which they are able to control, from the multitude of corporations with exclusive privileges which they have succeeded in obtaining…and unless you become more watchful in your states and check this spirit of monopoly and thirst for exclusive privileges you will in the end find that the most important powers of government have been given or bartered away.”  — Andrew Jackson, Farewell Address, 1837

“The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions. Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it.” – John F. Kennedy

“I can say—not as a patriotic bromide, but with full knowledge of the necessary metaphysical, epistemological, ethical, political and esthetic roots—that the United States of America is the greatest, the noblest and, in its original founding principles, the only moral country in the history of the world.” – Ayn Rand

A free banking system based on gold is able to extend credit and thus to create bank notes (currency) and deposits, according to the production requirements of the economy. Individual owners of gold are induced, by payments of interest, to deposit their gold in a bank (against which they can draw checks). But since it is rarely the case that all depositors want to withdraw all their gold at the same time, the banker need keep only a fraction of his total deposits in gold as reserves. This enables the banker to loan out more than the amount of his gold deposits (which means that he holds claims to gold rather than gold as security of his deposits). But the amount of loans which he can afford to make is not arbitrary: he has to gauge it in relation to his reserves and to the status of his investments.” — Former Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan before be became an enemy of Capitalism

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. anon permalink
    February 2, 2009 3:38

    “America rose from the serene prairie of its 13 states…”
    Have you ever SEEN New Hampshire?

  2. February 2, 2009 3:38

    don’t take it literarily.

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