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posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 08:41 PM
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You know what makes you safe carrying a lot of cash or keeping it at home.....a gun. What's that thing the government doesn't want you to have? ....a gun.
Keep your money in the banks, it's "insured" and don't have a gun, "when the bad guys realize no one has guns, they will lay down their weapons and turn themselves in." You gotta put faith in the system people, when have they misled anyone?
I have thought about pulling at least my savings, and I might, it's just so unrealistic to use cash for much of anything anymore...definitely very inconvenient.




posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by Hr2burn
You know what makes you safe carrying a lot of cash or keeping it at home.....a gun. What's that thing the government doesn't want you to have? ....a gun. Keep your money in the banks, it's "insured" and don't have a gun, "when the bad guys realize no one has guns, they will lay down their weapons and turn themselves in." You gotta put faith in the system people, when have they misled anyone? I have thought about pulling at least my savings, and I might, it's just so unrealistic to use cash for much of anything anymore...definitely very inconvenient.


The DHS 'brown shirts' (TSA can also be defined as such) recently declared that those who use cash - even for the most mundane purchases such as a cup of coffee at Starbucks puts you at risk of being declared a suspected "domestic terrorist," subject to arrest and detainment in a Federal prison absent the constitutional rights (habeus corpus etc.) that are normally accorded a citizen of the United States. According to the official DHS position on the matter of how to identify a "domestic terrorist" you are to be watched carefully by the counter person, and to be reported to the authorities as a suspected "domestic terrorist."

NOW - why is it that no-one is really screaming, and all up in arms about such as this? Because its so absolutely absurd, and so way over the top that the average citizen, when confronted with such insanity as this is, cannot wrap his/her head around it - monstrously weird events such as this will not compute. The mind will not register it as a clear and present danger to their constitutional liberties.

In fact, the average citizen is not even aware of their Constitutional legacy as outlined in the Federalist Papers, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America; along with its several amendments designed to protect Americans from an unruly, and potentially 'tyrannically aroused' abusive government, as outlined in the Bill of Rights.

The Department of Education - through improper history texts and the elimination of the necessity for "CIVICS" classes has deprived the average student - K thru 12, and beyond, of their God given "right to know" of these most important matters.

According to DHS guidlines I am labeled as a "domestic terrorist" by virtue of my former military and present VA status as a disabled veteran. Now - ask yourself what could it possibly be that allows YOU, the individual reader here on this Forum, to be in similar company? Answer? NOT VERY MUCH!!!


If you cherish your liberty and all that is germane to the American way of life you have a responsibility to inform yourselves - please start by reading the enclosed article (below) - thank you. What Makes "YOU" a Terror Suspect in America? You might be surprised and hopefully appalled at the answer(s)

Opening paragraph(s)

You thought you weren't doing anything wrong, so why should you care about who they call a terrorist? Well, you may not believe it, but you're likely a terror suspect in America's new paradigm of the Land of the Fear.

The government is casting a wide net over its citizens in its search for potential threats. Now, you don't need to actually commit a crime to be hauled away to a detention center and held without charges while you are tortured; you just need to appear suspicious by sympathizing with anti-government views to be labeled a domestic terrorist.

First, it's important to understand the official definition of domestic terrorism in the United States. The ACLU reports that a person is a domestic terrorist if they engage in any "act dangerous to human life" that "appears to be intended to (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination or kidnapping."

Although recent White House action plans claim to be targeting "violent extremism in all its forms," the government itself is clearly guilty of countless "acts dangerous to human life intended to coerce the civilian population, to influence the policy, and to affect the conduct of a government." But that's for another article.

What's more disturbing, is the government's expansion of guilty parties to "terrorist sympathizers." This is where the net gets really large. What exactly constitutes sympathizing with a terrorist? Is questioning the imperial foreign policy and the destruction of civil liberties, sympathizing with the enemy? In the U.S., it seems that if you don't agree with the violence and coercion America commits, then you're an anti-American terrorist sympathizer, as evidenced by peace organizations being added to terror watch lists.

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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 10:53 AM
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Originally posted by Hr2burn
You know what makes you safe carrying a lot of cash or keeping it at home.....a gun. What's that thing the government doesn't want you to have? ....a gun.
Keep your money in the banks, it's "insured" and don't have a gun, "when the bad guys realize no one has guns, they will lay down their weapons and turn themselves in." You gotta put faith in the system people, when have they misled anyone?
I have thought about pulling at least my savings, and I might, it's just so unrealistic to use cash for much of anything anymore...definitely very inconvenient.


Excellent post, They have no control over cash unlike plastic cards and banks they can close in an instant.
Lessons learned in Cyprus and we should all take note.

I found this article this morning and it ain't over in Cyprus by a long shot.

Link below
www.reuters.com...


Cyprus's banks were ordered to remain closed until Thursday, and even then will impose capital controls to prevent depositors from stripping out all their funds.


Regards, Iwinder
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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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PART II cont from here (above) reply to post by POXUSA
 


So, what makes you a terror suspect in America? Here are 10 ridiculous things that make you a terrorist according to "officials" running the U.S. government:

Tea Party Activists: The political Left demonized peaceful Tea Party activists as right-wing extremists, leading to the second most powerful official in the U.S. government, VP Joe Biden, to liken them to terrorists. Do you sympathize with those who are angry about bank bailouts on the backs of taxpayers? Well, you're likely a terrorist in the eyes of the State.

Occupy Activists: Now, the "Occupy" movement, said to be made up of left-wing extremists, is enjoying the same treatment as the Tea Party's right-wing extremists. The United Kingdom has officially labeled "Occupy" demonstrators as domestic terrorists. The U.S. hasn't gone quite that far, but the violent Police State did spy on them in search of "domestic terrorists." Watch out, you may be a terror suspect if you sympathize with the 99%.

7 Days of Food: The Department of Justice and FBI considers you a terrorist threat if you have more than 7 days of food stored, as explained by Rand Paul on the Senate floor:

Paul was referring to an official FBI/DOJ flyer given out to business owners to help them identify potential threats. And recently, Federal agents went to food storage facilities demanding customers lists, while citizens were harassed by the government with door-to-door "assessments" of their preparedness.

Missing Fingers: The document referred to by Rand Paul above, also claims that if someone is missing a finger or has burn marks, they're more likely to be a terror suspect.

Buying Flashlights: Also from the same official source, if you're buying night-vision devices including flashlights, you should be considered a terror suspect.

Paying Cash at Hotels: Watch out if you want to pay with cash for hotel rooms. This DHS commercial indicates that you're a terror suspect if you do:

The DHS has also launched their citizen spy program for hotels and has sent them hotel protection guidelines which lists suspicious activities like persons carrying observation equipment or standing around in the same area.

Texting Privately in a Public Place: According to this DHS commercial for their citizen spy program, if you're texting while sitting in a public park, but trying to keep it concealed from people who pass by, you should be reported for suspicious terrorist activity:

Ron Paul Stickers: A 2009 law enforcement report from the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) labeled Ron Paul supporters, Libertarians, and people sharing movies about the Federal Reserve as "domestic terrorists." When supporters of a political candidate who stands for peace and freedom become terror suspects, America is in big trouble.

Belief in Conspiracies -- Obama's Information Czar, Cass Sunstein, has identified those who hold conspiracy theories as targets for online "cognitive infiltration." Do you question the motives for war? Question the motives of the private Federal Reserve bank? Question any government policies? Chances are you already have been marked as a suspect.

Own Precious Metals -- Despite the fact that the Federal Reserve paper note (a.k.a. the dollar) is only sustained by faith, you could now be a suspected terrorist if you would like to preserve your wealth with something that holds real value like precious metals. And forget about establishing an alternative currency made from silver or gold like Bernard von NotHaus as you may be lumped into a "unique form of terrorism."

And now the bonus round for being registered as a potential terrorist--

#11-- Owning guns and ammo.

Let's face it: you disagree with the American government colluding with international banks to rob you blind AND you've armed yourself? This is also why returning veterans have also been labeled potential terrorists -- they have guns, know how to use them, and may be angry about the lies that sent them to war.

As the Fast and Furious scandal has now revealed, it was done with a premeditated strategy to vilify the Second Amendment to the nation's Constitution. Wait -- actively planning to undermine the founding document of the country and plot criminal activity against citizens to spread fear and increase political power? Should that be considered under the definition of terrorism. . . .?
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posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Well they just slammed another door in our faces it seems.

Read this article and give your head a shake.


LOOKS like Bitcoin has got too big to ignore. Virtual currencies are to be regulated by the US Treasury after the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) moved to clarify their status under anti-money-laundering laws. The move comes as Bitcoins doubled in value in just a few weeks to hit a record high of more than $70 each, possibly fuelled by the banking crisis in Cyprus and the rest of Europe.



Link for your reading.

www.newscientist.com...

I found this information on this thread that was just started....
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Regards, Iwinder



posted on Mar, 26 2013 @ 11:41 AM
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Good information in your posts and it is much appreciated......
Your list of signs of a terrorist is an eye popper, I failed on four counts.

I hope the people that visit this thread take time to read your posts above.


Thanks,
Regards, Iwinder



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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I wouldn't be posted it out there that I had $15,000 near my person, either.

Just asking for a break in.



posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by AmateuRN
I wouldn't be posted it out there that I had $15,000 near my person, either.

Just asking for a break in.


Not a concern, our bills are now plastic and therefor do not rot when exposed to moisture or cold.
They fit nicely into a small mason jar with a wax seal, so any no goods will need a shovel and a map to locate it on our large property


Thanks for your concern and post.

Regards, Iwinder

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posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 06:03 PM
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Since you are a banker I will address this to you, no nasty stuff intended we really want to know.
Why is it that we can transfer 10k over the phone from one account to another ( these are different financial institutions) they only asked us for two account numbers as in what is going from where to where?
Our name was asked also, then 20 seconds later your money has been transferred and it should be in your account in 3 days.


That was so easy and fun we just might do it again:-)

Now we ask you? Why is it so difficult to remove your own cash physically after being told no problem come and get it?

Lots of questions and lots of forms just to take out what is ours.

They do not want that cash moving out of the bank....
Regards, Iwinder
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