What's so special about this Five-Dollar Bill?

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What's so special about this Five-Dollar Bill?

Post by Altanon » Tue Jul 17, 2012 6:35 pm

Do you know what's special about this five-dollar bill?
This bill was issued Debt-Free and spent into circulation by the United States Government. Every bill issued since 1913, (with only a couple of exceptions - such as this US Note and Kennedy's Executive Order 11110 which issued Silver Certificates against the Treasury's Silver holdings), has been borrowed from the privately-owned Federal Reserve Bank. It i s these Federal Reserve Notes that has generated the so-called National Debt.
I think it is past time for The People of the United States to tell the Federal Reserve Bank to go fuçk themselves for the National Debt, and to demand that OUR Government once again issue OUR Currency!


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Re: What's so special about this Five-Dollar Bill?

Post by Jackie » Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:27 pm

Brings a tear to my eye to see that you're still around, Alt icon_smile
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