posted on Jun, 8 2011 @ 11:28 AM
First impression on first read of HR 6550 in easy speak. Question's I would ask Toffler.
FED assets would become US GOV assets; so what happens to all the foreclosures?
Does this mean the GOV will take title/deed to the land/property in question? Would this
further a Police State? Near the very end it suggests all State agencies would get USM
interest free. This did not strike me as Constitutional or right. I'll elaborate...
With regard to existing debts, presumably they are transfered but the language in the bill
was vague on this point, as some debts are transferred and some are forgiven, and some
are not. Way too vague!. Does this mean the GOV will come after you, and win every
time as they can lend money to themselves interest free? It mentions 100% employment,
and employment details were described as all STATE and GOV controlled projects. Strikes
me as Socialism, Communism...certainly neither a Free Republic nor Free Democracy.
Aside from the issues Bill HR 6550 presents; who is liable to pay for the harm done to US?
If citizens were to sue for damages (either singularly or collectively) it seems MUTE! If we
first enable the GOV to seize control of not just the FED but the poorly described assets
of the FED.
Sounds like I'm against it; really I'm simply trying to understand it. IF IT ISNT RIGHT,
REWRITE IT! First impression? Unconstitutional, unfair, not enough detail, and way
too much power is given to our GOV who has allowed harm to us, through enabling and
facillitating Corporate Interests to control policy in every branch of GOV.Hence this will
enable the corporate interests to now control everything - including the currency - nobody
will be able to successfully ADDRESS GREIVANCES as this would GIVE unlimited money
to GOV to defend as well as assert their position.
It mentions a US citizen grant and not much else is said. What kind of bait/cookie/flag is this?
I think this will further alienate the divide between the citizen and the government. It gives the
government $T.00 much power, unless other laws are also changed. For now, I'm neutral until
I know more; I'm leery of it as it reeks of slavery in the long term perspective.