posted on Sep, 21 2012 @ 04:19 PM
Originally posted by magickmaster
Well I certainly appreciate all the good responses from everyone. It does seem like the general public is becoming much more educated about money and
politics in general.
Many people do not understand something very important about credit and the Uniform Commercial Code system we are living under.
If someone owes you a debt for a job done, and they do not pay you, TRUST is NOT necessary anymore.
I need to trust that someone first before giving him debt, right ?
While the job is being done / not, I'll still have to trust him - money exist.
Suddenly he kapoof, I cant trust him anymore - money gone.
Money does not necessarily in paper we see today, the trillions USA "have" is just worth maybe a stack of paper, yet its still money. Partial
Assignment of Lien, Promissory Notes, Fed Bill, Fed Notes, Bonds etc etc is a form of money. In your first post you remove gold as money - big mistake
there. You can remove it as dependency but cannot remove it as forms of money.
If you argue about "Partial Assignment of Lien" ??? then somebody else can argue about gold as money. Or maybe a scratch of signed paper with "IOU
$1000" can be considered as money also. USA even use postage stamp as money.
Unless you really really meant about the funny paper money, if that the case, I'll quit wasting my time explaining what is money, theres too much
monetary instruments created that nobody bother to count. Heck, even a house deed is money.
There are few other things comparable to money that is service and time. Both require no money to exist but convertible to money. You spend your time
with hooker and pay her for her service, she need no money to start.
By the look of it, other poster also seems have trouble grasping what you meant by money.
edit on 21-9-2012 by NullVoid because: (no reason