posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 12:18 AM
Originally posted by balon0
Who was the last US president who stood for the people's interests?
Was John F Kennedy the last TRUE American president? Every other president after him were some how tied to the Illuminati / secret societies /
Would there ever be another American president who would try to
Expose the Illuminati / Secret Societies
Create a non-federal reserve currency
The problem with your litmus test is that reducing taxes at a certain point enters into the area on the curve of diminishing returns. We have passed
that point long ago. Eisenhower tax rates is about where the peek of the curve is. The Laffer curve which is a law of diminishing returns curve is out
dated. Before so called "free trade" it worked at a different level of optimum efficiency than it does today. Today when big companies and top5%
wealth holders are given tax breaks they export their capital, investment capital, over seas at a faster rate causing jobs and stored capital within
the U.S. to decrease.
Exposing secret societies is good, but the secret societies, fraternities, of old have been for the most part replaced with negative liberty social
networks for the sole purpose of promoting mutual economic benefits. Unless you are attempting to obtain a good paying government job such networks
such as being apart of Masonic relationships just is not going to promote any real advantages, and they are having less and less influence in
government by the day. Positive liberty, a non-monetary gain emotional feeling, feelings of patriotism for instance, which Masonic organizational
structures heavily relied on to function are are being replace by total monetary gain emotions which are emotions connected with negative liberty.
Creating a non Federal Reserve currency? What type are you talking about? A central banking currency be it publicly or privately owned has to be able
to function. It can only function if most raw materials are traded in it on the open market, the currency whatever type of currency it would be, or
how the ownerships of the currency is structured has to have upstream demand placed on it. The only way to do that is to have raw material producers
mainly energy producers agree to trade their raw products on the open market in the currency. They have to have an incentive and that right now is
protecting their positions of ownerships of raw material productions and storing their wealth, or protect their stored wealth rather which is stored
currency in the form of IOUs that we use and agree to owe them as we buy and sell using the USD as an accounting tool to do so. So it does not matter
what type of currency is functioned in the economy it has to have upstream demand pulls placed on it in order for it to work, have value. That means
no matter what that raw material producers will always own the currency as IOU notes and we will always be the party that owes because after they sell
their products in USDs they then take most of that money and deposit those moneys in the 12 member FED banks where they are the depositors who
purchase the most bank bonds making them majority owners of the USD. With a national bank it still functions where they would simply buy T-bills and
we would then create a national currency, but the USG would simply be a proxy in name only for the same system of currency ownership. If you allowed
independent private banks to operate their own independent currencies they same people would own the currencies. A single national currency and
independent national banks what we had before 1913, and the same people own the currency. You see their is no way out unless you nationalize all or
most raw material productions.
I know some Ron Paul-er or Glen Beck-ster pseudo economists will try and correct me stating falsely that the IOU- USD is made out to the everyday
user, and that's not true unless the everyday user owns at least one CD issued by a member bank. It's not their fault. They are not lying. They just
have been provided the wrong information by the ignorant and are simply repeating falsehoods in the form of grossly misunderstood concepts.
And Jimmy Carter probably was the last U.S. President who truly had the people's interests at heart, but OPEC made energy too expensive and thus
created a stagflation economy where ever time OPEC cut production and the price of oil rose people would run out and spend as much money as possible
trying to beat the rate of inflation even though their wages were stagnate and in some cased decreasing adding to inflationary pressures that was not
Carter's fault. There was not he could do about it. Advocating the raising of taxes was designed to control stagflation insanities. When Reagan came
along the Iran and Iraq war began and they had to pay for their war and pumped oil like going out of style. That caused the economy in the 80's to
boom. It had nothing to do with such things as implementation of Laffer curve tax policies for instance.
JFK? He road the coattails for a genius, Eisenhower, by inheriting the effects of Eisenhower policies.