How do I know my solutions are right? Because the others are not working!
Here’s what happened to the money:
Bills were printed. They were given to the banks. Then, the banks stole a lot of money. Net monetary contraction. The policy America needed anyways, given the scarcity of revenue. It was in net the right move for the Federal Reserve to contract the money supply thus– it kept a strong dollar in world Economies. In a perverse way of doing it, the net monetary contraction may lead to world peace.
The one thing I very much agree with Ron Paul is on the fact that military CANNOT overspend on funny money. It undermines world peace– both directly by there being more weapons available (more likely that someone is going to get shot) and use banks’ military-industrial economy method. Fuck that. The second way is that it inflates the money supply– dollar devalues. What this does is hurt everyone in the world who relies on the dollar. The backs we’ve built our empire on. Printing money hurts them economically in a consumerist system that they bought into… Economic History injustice.
A return to gold is one way that we can stop a lot of the foolishness, or .. that the military can’t use the banks… occupy style. Is anonymous listening? Ron Paul is criticizing the banks… While serving in Congress during the late 1970s and early 1980s, Dr. Paul’s limited-government ideals were held in Washington.
He served on the House Banking committee, where he was a strong advocate for sound monetary policy and an outspoken critic of the Federal Reserve’s inflationary measures. He also was a key member of the Gold Commission, advocating a return to a gold standard for our currency. He was an unwavering advocate of pro-life and pro-family values. Dr. Paul consistently voted to lower or abolish federal taxes, spending, and regulation, and used his House seat to actively promote the return of government to its proper constitutional levels. In 1984, he voluntarily relinquished his House seat and returned to his medical practice.
Dr. Paul returned to Congress in 1997 to represent the 14th Congressional district of Texas. He serves on the House Financial Services Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee.
I encourage you to see my training on this below, or two indexes.