posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 01:17 PM
Originally posted by GreenBicMan
Do you know what you are saying when you say things like this and the mass destruction it would cause to the USA while countries like even France
start to topple us overnight?
It would happen if we had a completely open policy, thats like having Phil Ivey show his hole cards on every hand in the WSOP, this is retarded
brother, trust me.
Fact #1: I'd rather struggle to live as a free man than suffer less, but be a slave. Right now, following our latest meltdown, slavery isn't much
fun anymore. We are slaves to the Fed. Through their greed and mishandling we have gone from being house slaves to being field slaves. When I was a
house slave, at least I could say "Well hell, it may be slavery, but at least I'm living comfortably and really don't have many concerns." Now
that I'm out in the field, I'm recognizing that slavery is slavery and while "master" (the Fed) may not have taken a whip to me much while I was
in the house, he still has one on his belt and he certainly still knows how to use it.
Fact #2: I do not want my children to have to go through the repeated cycle of recession/increasing debt masquerading as a boom period/deeper
recession, wash, rinse, repeat. Right now there is a chance, albeit a small one, to actually pass the dream that created America onto our next
generation. Freedom from tyranny ring any bells with you? It's what our Founding Fathers fought and died for, not for themselves, but for their
progeny. We're staring a tyrant in the face in the form of the Federal Reserve right now.
Do you not realize that this very same conversation was had 246 years ago when the colonists debated independence from England? Guess what? The
people opposed to independence were opposed to it because of fear. Fear of the chaos, war, and financial ruin that independence would bring in the
short term. I happen to be a firm believer in the principles of our founders, especially I admire Thomas Jefferson. I simply cannot imagine a
scenario in which Thomas Jefferson would allow fear of the unknown to cause him to not act against any collective, such as the Fed, which had
attempted to rule over him with tyranny.