If you think the title of this book is wrong or misleading please reserve your decision until you have finished reading this book. It is not in my nature to be frivolous. The United States has had Free
MONEY for many years, BUT it is only FREE to those who are aware of how the system works and the NATURE of the new MODERN FREE
Those people who borrow from Commercial Banks and then
LOANS are not aware of their foolishness or of the harm they are doing to the United States. RE-
PAYING loans from a person that labors to produce goods or services in exchange for MODERN
MONEY is honorable. RE-
PAYING loans from institutions that lend only amounts deposited from people who labor to produce goods and/or services in exchange for MODERN
MONEY is also honorable, BUT RE-
loans of amounts created by a Commercial Bank is contributing to the relentless destruction of the United States.
Those people who have been enjoying the FREE LUNCHES (they told you there weren’t any) have kept their secret well, even now, you do not want to believe that you could ever understand it, BUT hold on and I will disclose it to you in simple language. To do so I will require your patience and attention. Read slow, do not go one word beyond the one that confuses you until you are no longer confused. For contrast which is essential to understanding MODERN
MONEY I will have to refer to and very briefly explain the significant importance of the role Silver Certificates played in the exchanges of goods and services between the producers and consumers of the United States. I will also have to introduce you to the most unbelievable, stranger than any fiction, truth that ever came to be on Earth —
MONETIZED debt — (debt accepted by millions as MODERN
Please realize that this book is revealing, in detail, a new advancement in a, thousands of years old, means of a few clever people making virtual slaves out of all the rest of the worlds population without the victim’s knowledge.
The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.Benjamin Disraeli
Having acted foolishly doesn’t feel so bad when you understand that BEING UNAWARE, of a truth, is the PARENT of BEING UNAWARE (those unaware, are unaware, of being unaware). The whole story is revealed in my text book: Money: The Greatest HOAX on Earth, the
income tax relationship is revealed in two others:
Everything I have was and
MONEY — represented by those green pieces of paper we all ACCEPT AS BEING the money.
There are many who understand the ROLL-OVER technique, by many of its names PONSI GAME, PYRAMIDING, TREASURY BILL ROLL-OVER, DEFICIT SPENDING etc., etc., BUT that is not the theme here. The green pieces of paper we accept as money are non-redeemable and are used merely as representatives of an imaginary medium of exchange you should NOT have to give up anything to get. There is a way to get the MODERN
MONEY and its representatives, the green pieces of paper, from the Commercial Banks by borrowing them, using them, and then standing ready to accept them back from others for the production and services you offer to others.
The Commercial Banks do not offer anything in redemption for those green pieces of paper except other green pieces of paper. The Commercial Banks are issuers of FREE
MONEY to those who understand the system.
In the United States today, it is impossible for anyone to pay monetary debts. The money by which monetary debts could have been repaid has been replaced by a MODERN
MONEY unit which cannot function as payment for debts. The paper token representing the MODERN
MONEY called ‘dollar bill’ is labeled, in large print: FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE, BUT it is not a note by definition!
In order to be a note the instrument must promise payment which the federal reserve
note does not.
The present day paper token representing money that we refer to as a ‘dollar bill’ looks very similar to the Silver Certificate that was our paper token in the past. The Silver Certificate contained a promise to pay the bearer a one dollar quantity of silver on demand. The present day paper token unit does not promise to pay anything, to anyone, at any time.
The obligation to redeem the silver certificate for silver was a contract. The contract specified that payment of the liability, or debt, must be made by the delivery of a dollar quantity of silver. The Certificate had the words
This CERTIFICATE is legal tender for all debts public and private printed upon it. ‘Legal Tender’ under law is that token which the law authorizes a debtor to tender and requires a creditor to receive in settlement of money obligations.
When the paper token was redeemable for silver it was accepted that the silver received was the money and a proper payment for the monetary liability or debt that had existed. The debt or liability was canceled, the instant payment in silver (money) was completed. Monetary liabilities and debts come into being when someone receives production or service and tenders paper or metal tokens instead of production or a service in exchange. The obligation or contract represented by the paper token is fulfilled when silver coin is received in final payment and the paper token is surrendered.
The Silver Certificate paper token representing the obligation or contract to settle the liability or debt could be canceled with the payment of silver coin. The present FEDERAL RESERVE
NOTE paper token accepted mistakenly as representing an obligation or contract to settle a monetary liability or debt cannot be canceled because it does not contain any promise to pay anything. No payment of silver coin or any other commodity is promised therefore it cannot function as settlement or payment of debt.
In the United States today, we have a MODERN
MONEY created and ‘managed’ by the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve System is a group of privately owned chartered Commercial Banks. They are not listed under Government Agencies in the public telephone books, they have no franking privileges and they collect interest on loans made to the Treasury of the United States. In their publication: Modern Money Mechanics, page 3 they say:
The actual process of money creation takes place in commercial banks. As noted earlier, demand liabilities of commercial banks are money.
If liabilities, which are debts, are used as the MODERN
MONEY, it is obvious why it is impossible for anyone to pay their monetary debts.
Debt cannot be the money used in payment of itself!
The use of debt as money is a ridiculous fraudulent system called the ‘Monetization of Debt’ acknowledged before the committee on banking and currency, House of Representatives, July 18, 1974, by Darryl R. Francis, then the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis who said:
Since the direct method of printing money to finance government expenditures is prohibited in the United States, the monetization of government deficits has occurred indirectly … government debt is ultimately being financed by the creation of new money … I doubt that monetization of debt has been a conscious act … I can find no benefits accruing to the whole of society from debt monetization, but the risks are very serious …
Mr. Francis doubts that the creation of the system using debt as money called monetization of debt was a conscious act. He is right. No one in their right mind could accept a concept of considering ‘the obligation to pay’ as the ‘PAYMENT’ itself.
A contract specifying payment in modern
money is an agreement that is impossible to fulfill!
A contract is an obligation; an obligation is a liability; a liability is a debt and when the DEBT is considered to be MODERN
MONEY then the CONTRACT is its own FULFILLMENT!
Anyone tendering Federal Reserve
Notes in PAYMENT of debt is committing Fraud and passing counterfeit. Specifications in the Coinage Act of 1965 allow the Treasurer of the United States to take 97% seigniorage. The Act also acknowledges our present tokens to be ‘legal counterfeit’ by virtue of its containing a penalty of fifteen years imprisonment for NON-SANCTIONED counterfeiting.
Anyone accepting Federal Reserve
NOTES representing units of Monetized Debt are suffering expropriation of wealth never less than 97% whether it be paper tokens, metal tokens or deposit credits of the Commercial Banks. As acknowledged by the Research Dept. of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in their publication Modern Money Mechanics, page 3:
Neither paper currency nor deposits have value as commodities, intrinsically a dollar bill is just a piece of paper. Deposits are merely book entries. Coins do have some intrinsic value as metal, but far less than their face amount. Currency has been designatedlegal tenderby the government, and paper currency is a liability of the government. Demand deposits are liabilities of the commercial banks.
So we have
currency (paper and metal tokens) that purchase 100%, but are only worth 3% because of the 97% seigniorage (97% expropriation) of wealth and the Federal Reserve’s
MONETIZED DEBT representing 100% expropriation of wealth or ZERO WORTH, making it impossible for use as payment of debt. The primary function of MODERN
MONEY is the expropriation of wealth, as acknowledged by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Mo. in their
Review of February 1975.
DEMAND DEPOSITS, WHICH ACCOUNT FOR THE REMAINING THREE FOURTHS OF THE MONEY STOCK, ARE ISSUED BY COMMERCIAL BANKS … PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS.
THOSE WHO EXPERIENCE LOWER WEALTH DUE TO THE ABILITY OF MONEY ISSUERS TO OBTAIN SEIGNIORAGE ESSENTIALLY PAY A TAX TO THE ISSUER.
Referring to 97% expropriation of wealth as a
tax is unconscionable! One group of clever individuals (owners of the private institutions that make-up the fed.) able to
tax all the non-bank public as their slaves!
The so-called MODERN
MONEY by its own specification CREATES debt by the expropriation of wealth in excess of 97% in metal token form and at 100% in the form of bookkeeping entries whenever it is accepted in exchange, therefore it certainly cannot, by any stretch of the imagination, be used in payment of debt. Any attempt to use MODERN
MONEY IN PAYMENT of a debt only succeeds in increasing the debt by double, or nothing less than 97%.
The nature of this FRAUD can only be observed from the aspect of the HOLDER of MODERN
MONEY. Upon receipt of it in exchange for production or service the receiver is victim of 97% or greater loss of wealth and will remain a victim of that loss as long as the token is held. If the holder passes it on to another for wealth the holder is compensated for the wealth that was offered originally in exchange for the token and the new holder becomes a victim. As the process repeats itself over and over again the expropriation of wealth, by the small group of very clever issuers of these tokens, remains unnoticed by the mass of producers, and will not become noticeable as long as the MODERN
MONEY freely exchanges for goods and services. Very few people realize that the initial expropriation of wealth can never be replaced to the final last holder of the MODERN
MONEY BEYOND 3% and then only if it is held in the metal token form.
MONEY UNIT IS NO BETTER THAN A 97% BAD CHECK!
A bad check is eventually presented for payment by being deposited. At that point the bad check does not clear and is returned through its list of endorsers to the issuer who has to redeem it.
MONEY UNIT, just like a bad check, cannot function as payment for a debt, but unlike a bad check the MODERN
MONEY UNIT is never presented for payment, therefore its fraudulent nature of being only worth 3% of its face value, at best, is not exposed, and the confidence of the holder remains intact (as acknowledged in the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Research Dept.’s Publication ‘Modern Money Mechanics’ on Page 3):
WHAT, THEN, MAKES THESE INSTRUMENTS — CHECKS, PAPER MONEY, AND COIN — ACCEPTABLE AT FACE VALUE … MAINLY IT IS THE CONFIDENCE PEOPLE HAVE THAT THEY WILL BE ABLE TO EXCHANGE SUCH MONEY FOR REAL GOODS AND SERVICES WHENEVER THEY CHOOSE TO DO SO.
Paper tokens without promise of payment cannot ever be canceled, therefore they accumulate in the hands of holders who bid them in ever increasing amounts for the units of production; raising prices. Because the greater part of wealth expropriated by their issuer is consumable goods which are consumed at ever increasing prices, the need for more MODERN
MONEY to spend increases, for government, beyond the I.R.S. extortion take. To finance
DEFICIT spending more monetization of debt must take place. The new amounts created add to the accumulated total and the MODERN
MONEY UNITS are bid in still higher quantities per unit of produced goods, forcing prices to rise higher and higher.
The Bureau of Engraving & Printing and the Mint are in constant production to increase the paper and metal tokens, BUT their total output is exceeded by 300% in the increase of monetized debt as acknowledged by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Mo. in their ‘Review’ of February 1975 Page 16 quoted above. Further proof that it is monetized debt (imaginary
money) and not Treasury paper and metal tokens that is the major portion increasing is shown of page 17:
MONEY CREATION NEED NOT BE A PRINTING PRESS OPERATION IN ORDER TO PROVIDE THE GOVERNMENT WITH FUNDS … OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS FEDERAL RESERVE HOLDINGS OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES HAVE RISEN BY OVER $40 BILLION.
This accumulation is another proof that the new MODERN
MONEY as monetized debt cannot be used in payment of debts and any attempt to do so only increases the debt volume.
- PAPER TOKENS BY THEIR FUNCTION OF REPRESENTING MONEY CANNOT BE MONEY!
- METAL TOKENS THAT CONTAIN ONLY 3% OF WORTH IN COMMODITY VALUE CANNOT BE 100% FACE VALUE OF THE MONEY IT REPRESENTS!
- AN OBLIGATION BY ITS NATURE AS A BINDING CONTRACT CANNOT BE MONEY!
- WHATEVER AT ANY TIME MAY BE CONSIDERED AS MONEY BY ITS VERY ABILITY TO PAY DEBTS CANNOT BE DEBT!
- MONETIZED DEBT IS AN IMPOSSIBLE CONCEPT!
- IF MONEY IS AN ASSET, AND DEBT IS A LIABILITY; FOR DEBT TO BE MONEY — AN ASSET WOULD BE A LIABILITY!
- WITHOUT A PAPER TOKEN PROMISING PAYMENT OR A COIN OF FULL COMMODITY VALUE THERE IS NO WAY A PAYMENT OF MONETARY DEBT CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED!
- WHETHER AN EXCHANGE INVOLVES PRODUCTION FOR PRODUCTION, SERVICE FOR SERVICE, PRODUCTION FOR SERVICE, OR SERVICE FOR PRODUCTION, THE BASIC, FUNDAMENTAL EXCHANGE TAKING PLACE, IS ONE OF ‘THE RESULT OF HUMAN EXERTION’ BEING OFFERED BY ONE PARTY TO RECEIVE ‘THE RESULT OF HUMAN EXERTION’ FROM THE OTHER PARTY!
- A DEBT, VERY SIMPLY, IS THE UNDELIVERED PORTION OF AN EXCHANGE.
- A DEBT THEN, BY ITS VERY NATURE OF BEING THE UNDELIVERED PORTION OF AN EXCHANGE CANNOT BE THE DELIVERED PORTION AS WELL!
‘MONEY’ was a word applied to any and all tangible things that throughout history were used as mediums of exchange. When any tangible thing was in common use as a medium of exchange it was said to be monetized. The usual attribute of any
monetized tangible thing was its ability to hold its exchange value rather stable over long periods of time. The people just naturally accepted as mediums of exchange the ‘thing’ that appeared to retain a most stable exchange value and this was called a STORE-OF-VALUE and the ‘THING’ was called ‘MONEY.’ The word ‘money’ was an abstract term applied to a tangible thing.
Today: Times have changed! We no longer use anything tangible.
MONEY IS SUCH A ROUTINE PART OF EVERYDAY LIVING THAT ITS EXISTENCE AND ACCEPTANCE ARE ORDINARILY TAKEN FOR GRANTED. A USER MAY SENSE THAT MONEY MUST COME INTO BEING EITHER AUTOMATICALLY AS A RESULT OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY OR AS AN OUTGROWTH OF SOME GOVERNMENT OPERATION. BUT JUST HOW THIS HAPPENS ALL TOO OFTEN REMAINS A MYSTERY.Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Modern Money Mechanics, p. 2
A PRE I.M.F. SEMINAR OF EMINENT ECONOMISTS COULD NOT AGREE ON WHAT MONEY IS OR HOW BANKS CREATE IT.Front Page Wall Street Journal September 24, 1971.
Questions on the above quote:
- If the economists do not know what ‘money’ is — how did the economists determine that the banks create the money?
- If the economists do not know what ‘money’ is — how come two hundred million people think they do know what ‘money’ is?
- If the economists do not call the paper and metal tokens in use today ‘MONEY’ — what do the economists call the paper and metal tokens in use today?
There is certainly a great deal of confusion!
The paper and metal tokens in use today are printed and minted by government, but the economists say ‘MONEY’ is created by banks.
Two hundred million people today use the paper and metal tokens in the economy and call it money. Economists use the same paper and metal tokens, BUT say they do not know what money is!
THE ECONOMISTS KNOW SOMETHING THAT THE PUBLIC DOES NOT KNOW.
THAT IS THE ONLY POSSIBLE CONCLUSION THAT CAN BE DRAWN!
Scientific investigation discloses that the economists are correct from a technical standpoint. The
MONEY is in reality a creation of the Commercial Banks. Demand liabilities of Commercial Banks are ‘money.’ The ‘deposit credits’ created by the banks accepting commercial paper are ‘Demand Liabilities’ and are the actual
money. The paper and metal tokens used by the people outside the banking system are the tangible things that represent the
money. From the practical viewpoint of the public the tokens in use, acting by proxy for
money is ‘money’ to them.
FOR THE ECONOMISTS
MONEY IS AN INTANGIBLE OBJECT OF THOUGHT: WHICH IS A SCIENTIFICALLY CORRECT CONCLUSION!
FOR THE PUBLIC
MONEY IS THE TANGIBLE TOKENS (PAPER AND METAL) THEY USE IN THE ECONOMY, WHICH IS A SCIENTIFICALLY FALSE CONCLUSION!
LET US EXAMINE THE UNBELIEVABLE TRUTH IN THE MANNER THE PRESS SHOULD.
- WHAT — IS MODERN
- HOW — IS MODERN
- WHEN — IS MODERN
- WHERE — IS MODERN
- BY WHOM — IS MODERN
- WHY — IS MODERN
‘Modern money’ is a psychological concept existing as an intangible object of thought in the non-bank public’s mind.
‘Modern money’ is created by ‘making-believe’ that a deposit of a ‘medium of exchange’ has been made and recording the deposit, when in fact no deposit has been made. This ‘credit’ for a deposit that is recorded without any tangible ‘medium of exchange’ existing is called a ‘Deposit Credit.’ The justification for creating the ‘deposit credit’ is the Commercial Bank receiving from an individual member of the non-bank public (borrower) a note or other form of commercial paper and a promise to ‘pay back’ the bank’s credit at a later date. The ‘deposit credit’ entered in the borrower’s account allows the borrower to use the created, psychological, ‘medium of exchange’ in the economy in exchange for tangible, physical production and services.
The accepted concept is that if and when a borrower uses the deposit credit (imaginary medium of exchange) in the economy in exchange for production of service he will issue a check to the merchant. The check is a written order to his bank that will transfer his ‘deposit credit’ to the merchant from whom the borrower received the production or service, when the merchant deposits the check. The written order (check) received by the bank directs them to transfer the ‘deposit credit’ from the borrower’s account to the account of the merchant. Because of this requirement to transfer the ‘deposit credit’ it becomes known as a ‘DEMAND LIABILITY’ of the commercial bank (the owner of the claim, whether original borrower or merchant-receiver can demand its transfer). The ‘DEMAND LIABILITY’ infers that the bank owes the borrower or merchant ‘claim holder’ the use of the ‘deposit credit’ as an imaginary ‘medium of exchange’ ON DEMAND. The entire system becomes a series of ‘account entry transfers,’ one after the other, forming a record of ‘who owes who.’ The demand liability concept with the right of the claim holder to order the deposit credit’s transfer ON DEMAND allows the non-bank human mind to see a condition corresponding in-a-way to the old Gold or Silver Certificates which were claim checks on gold or silver coin deposits that were redeemable ON DEMAND.
MODERNMONEYhas become the exclusivemoneyin use in the United States since June 24, 1968.
The actual process of money creation takes place in commercial banks.
- Demand liabilities of commercial banks =
- Demand liabilities = record of debt =
- Debt is
- Debt is INtangible.
The process is called: The Monetization of Debt!
Monetizing of debt creates some very serious risks. Using debt as a medium of exchange involves some QUEER CONCEPTS:
- The more DEBT you have — the more
MONEYyou have. The more money you have the richer you are therefore:
- The more you BORROW — the richer you become.
- The deeper in debt you go — the higher the standard of living you can afford.
Using debt as ‘money’ reverses the historical behavior patterns of the economy. Borrowers cannot pay-off a debt with a debt and the borrower appears to get richer as the records of debt (who owes who) rises.
MONEY NEGATES THE SETTLEMENT OF DEBT.
The deeper in debt a borrower goes, the better his standard of living becomes, but the volume of debt (
money) keeps increasing with time.
Money (demand liabilities of commercial banks) are records of debt that grow in volume daily as debt (
money) is borrowed (the increasing who-owes-who record).
IT IS A FUTILE ATTEMPT TO BORROW ONESELF OUT OF DEBT — IT IS IMPOSSIBLE.
THEREFORE: THE VOLUME OF DEBT (
MONEY) GROWS DAILY AT AN EVER INCREASING RATE.
As the volume of debt (
money) accelerates, its exchange value falls. This drop in the purchasing power of the paper tokens that represent the debt (
money) is referred to as
Price Inflation. The necessity to pay debts (
money) with debts (
money) is an IDIOTIC conception and requires an effort to repeatedly borrow greater amounts to settle amounts already existing and is referred to by the
Con Man as the Ponsi Game Scam.
NEVERTHELESS, TO THE EXTENT THAT DECLINES IN REAL WEALTH ARE REFLECTED IN A RISE IN THE PRICE LEVEL, THE DECLINES ARE DISTRIBUTED IN THE COMMUNITY ACCORDING TO HOLDINGS OF MONEY.Page 22 St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Review February 1975
INTEREST IS THE PERPETUATING FORCE OF DEBT MONETIZATION!
money borrowing (debt increased) involves greater interest burden. All
money (debt) borrowed must be
paid back by all borrowers PLUS interest (an additional amount that has not as yet been borrowed into existence), BUT YOU CANNOT RETURN MORE TO AN ONLY SOURCE THAN YOU BORROW FROM IT! When all borrowers seek to borrow for the purpose of
interest — they FIND:
At the instant of borrowing — the borrowed debt (
money) becomes new debt with an interest requirement. The non-bank public is TRAPPED. The system requires that it constantly expand to function (the increasing record of who-owes-who). The attempt to borrow oneself out of debt, borrowing a greater NEW AMOUNT to
pay-off the OLD AMOUNT, constantly postpones the inevitable. It is known as ‘rolling over’ the debt (
There isn’t any way to pay the interest because you cannot RETURN to an ONLY SOURCE MORE then you BORROW from it; so the system is self perpetuating until it collapses; with the interest requirement as the perpetuating force.
NO HUMAN HAS EVER SEEN, HEARD, TOUCHED, TASTED, OR SMELLED ANY
MONEY. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF
MONEY ARE 100% PSYCHOLOGICAL.
Demand liabilities of commercial banks are money. Demand liabilities are records of debts and are money. Commercial bank records of debt (
money) are entered on the books of the bank. The bank’s books remain in the bank therefore
money remains in the bank — it never leaves the system. The records of debt can be altered and/or shifted from one account holder to another by request. Written requests to shift demand liabilities (
money) from one account to another are called checks.
Checks are no part of the debt or
money volume but merely the written instrument bearing instructions directing the shifting of ‘claim’ to account amounts in the ledgers of banks. Checks tendered in the economy during exchanges are paper tokens used to physically represent
money. Legal Tender
notes are also paper tokens used to physically represent
money (debt). The copper-nickel alloy metal tokens and legal tender
notes are physical, tangible proxies that serve as a way for the holders of
money (debt) in the banking system to PHYSICALLY shift about the claim on the accumulated debt (
money) RECORDS of the system.
THE COPPER-NICKEL ALLOY METAL TOKENS AND LEGAL TENDER
NOTES OF PAPER ARE NO PART OF THE
MONEY (DEBT) VOLUME.
The tokens are obtained from the system by shifting a demand liability record from the credit of a depositor to the credit of the banker in exchange for the tokens. The tokens leave the bank but the record of debt (
money) remains on the books. The record of debt (
money) remains as a demand liability recorded with ink on paper as ‘marks in a book’ and in the economy by paper and metal tokens which physically represent the psychological entity (book entries), (
money), (intangible objects of thought).
The physical properties of an intangible object of thought are 100% psychological therefore no human has ever seen, heard, touched, tasted or smelled any
money, even the marks on the books of banks merely RECORD the intangible object of thought (a make-believe medium of exchange).
Tokens removed from the system by a sacrifice of demand liability by one individual member of the non-bank public can be returned by another member who will then have the originally sacrificed demand liability transferred to his account, in exchange for the tokens. Paper and metal tokens are obtained from the bank upon transfer of record of debt from holder to bank. The record of debt (
money) does not leave the bank; it is merely transferred from one account to another within the bank. The depositor gives up claim on part of his record of debt (
money) and it becomes the claim of the banker in exchange for the tokens.
When paper and metal tokens are deposited in the bank a record of debt (
money) is transferred from the banker’s account to the account of the depositor. The banker gives up claim on part of his record of debt (
money) and it becomes the claim of the depositor in exchange for the tokens. The record of debt (
money) does not come into the bank from the outside (tokens came in) the record is merely transferred from the account of the banker to the account of the depositor.
- A RECORD OF DEBT (
MONEY) CANNOT COME INTO THE BANKING SYSTEM FROM THE OUTSIDE BECAUSE IT NEVER LEAVES THE BANKING SYSTEM WHERE IT IS CREATED.
MONEY(RECORD OF DEBT) A DEMAND LIABILITY OF A COMMERCIAL BANK IS CREATED IN THE BANK’S BOOK AND REMAINS IN THE BANKING SYSTEM THROUGHOUT ITS LIFE SPAN.
MONEY(RECORDS OF DEBT) CAN BE SHIFTED FROM DEBIT SIDE TO CREDIT SIDE IN LEDGERS OR BY JOURNAL ENTRIES SHIFTED FROM ACCOUNT TO ACCOUNT WITHIN THE LEDGERS OF BANKS BUT IT CAN NEVER LEAVE THE BANKING SYSTEM.
Paper and metal tokens, for distribution, are fabricated by government and enter the banking system in exchange for claims on records of debt (
money) created by the commercial bank. It sounds very simple, BUT the procedure is much more devious.
Treasury bonds, created by the treasury in violation of the Constitution, are exchanged for claims on demand liabilities of commercial banks (
money) held by the non-bank public. People using checks transfer their claims on demand liabilities (
money) from their accounts to the Treasury’s accounts to acquire the bonds. The banking system acquires the Treasury’s bonds from the non-bank public using the bank’s claim on demand liabilities (
money). The Treasury bonds earn
interest and are an investment by the bank. The bank transfers their claims on demand liabilities (
money) to the public in exchange for the Treasury’s bonds.
When the Treasury’s bonds are in possession of the Federal Reserve System (the commercial bank members of the Fed.) they are considered as being the ‘BACKING’ for the government’s credit and justification for the issuance of tokens (‘Fed.’
notes and copper-nickel token coins) from the Treasury to the ‘Fed.’ for distribution by the Federal Reserve System (the commercial bank members of the ‘Fed.’) to all other banks and to the public. This completes the devious subterfuge and makes possible the sincere belief on the part of the public that the paper ‘Fed.
dollar bills) and the copper-nickel token
coins are the
money and that they (the tokens) are
BACKED by the full faith and credit of the government bonds. Which is a false conclusion.
The commercial banks assign their created demand liabilities (money) to the individual members of the non bank public for collateral consisting of commercial paper, and notes. The process is called making loans. The bank transfers its claims on demand liabilities (money) to people for specified periods of time on the borrower’s promise to pay it back withinterest.Theinterestearnings are the profit to the bank for lending itsmoney.
THE BANK HATH BENEFIT OF INTEREST ON ALL MONEYS WHICH IT CREATES OUT OF NOTHING.William Patterson, International Banker 1694.
BY MAKING LOANS COMMERCIAL BANKS INCREASE THEIR LIABILITIES (DEMAND DEPOSITS) AND ASSETS (LOANS), AND IN A SENSEPage 3 St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Review August 1972CREATEMONEY …
IN THE PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF THE BANKING SYSTEM THE BULK OF DEPOSITS ORIGINATES IN THE PRINTING OF LOANS …Page 24Federal Reserve SystemBd. of Gov.’s
AS WE REALIZE THAT BANKS CREATE THEIR OWN DEPOSIT DEBTS … WE BEGIN TO SEE WHY THESE INSTITUTIONS ARE OFTEN REFERRED TO ASPage 58MONETIZERS OF DEBT…The Economics of Money and BankingLester V. Chandler
MONEY EXPROPRIATES WEALTH!
The banking system operates on the premise that there is nothing wrong with creating
money if the collateral is there to
BACK it. Just as the Treasury issues the tokens as being
BACKED by their bonds. The exact premise is that the bank creates the
money for people to use until they exchange their production or services in the economy and can RETURN the
money borrowed. But the actual creation of
money (deposit credits) which become the demand liabilities of the commercial banks; creates a ‘medium of exchange where NONE EXISTED BEFORE and for which NO ONE HAS LABORED. A ‘medium of exchange’ created — in the words of William Patterson 1694 —
out of nothing, BUT which is fully usable and acceptable in the economy when represented by proxy by the physical paper and metal tokens.
money is used in the economy exchanging for the services and production of the non-bank public expropriating their wealth, for which they DID labor, and transferring the title to that wealth to the creators of
money (the commercial banks) who did not perform any physical service or produce any tangible production. Using debt as a medium of exchange, and all debt being demand liabilities of the commercial banks regardless of who produces what product or performs what service, if that product or service is exchanged for debt (
money) the value it represents is owed to the commercial banks by someone.
Holding a one dollar paper token (having a ‘Fed.’
note in possession) is not proof that the holder borrowed debt (
money) from a bank. The holder may have obtained it in exchange for some service or a product. It does prove that someone somewhere does have a loan from a commercial bank one unit of which is represented by the paper token (‘Fed.’
note) in possession. Whatever the value of production or service that exchanged for that token it is a 100% expropriation of wealth, because the token represents a demand liability which is debt. Whatever differential there is between the worth of the token (its physical properties) and the service or production it exchanged for is an exchange value that must be made up in subsequent exchanges. That exchange value was expropriated from the economy by the
money creator that did not produce any product or perform any service to offset it. The increased amount of debt (
money) that must be offered in subsequent exchanges due to the increase in accumulated debt (
money) is referred to as
prices rising or ‘price inflation.’
… inflation, even if correctly anticipated, reduces the wealth of money holders in proportion to their holdings of money.Page 19 St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Review February 1975
MONEY EXPROPRIATES WEALTH FROM THE NON-BANK PUBLIC!
THOSE WHO CONTINUE TO HOLD MONEY AS IT DECREASES IN PURCHASING POWER INCUR A LOSS. THE LOSS IS OFTEN DESCRIBED AS APage 21 St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Review of February 1975TAXONMONEY.
UNLIKE OTHER TAXES, HOWEVER, THEY ARE NOT LEGISLATED SPECIFICALLY, BUT COME ABOUT PRIMARILY AS THE RESULT OF ACTIONS OF THE MONETARY AUTHORITIES.Page 23
It is the expropriation of production and services from the economy without the equivalent removal of the ‘medium of exchange’ (debt), because debts cannot be paid with debt, that causes the ever increasing amounts of debt (
money) that must be bid in competition to obtain the production and services being offered.
Debt as the ‘medium of exchange’ (
money) continues to accumulate as additional borrowings take place and the amounts of
money bid, per unit of production or service, are influenced by the ‘total amount’ of the accelerating volume that is
in the hands of the public during any given interval.
Those amounts which find their way into various ‘fundings’ (pension funds, strike funds, and escrows of all types) do not cause this
prices rising effect. The claims on demand liabilities that are transferred into the pension funds or typical other accounts during any given interval are not considered to be part of the
Money funded in those accounts is NOT IN THE HANDS OF THE NON-BANK PUBLIC, and is not being bid for production or services and has no
price rising effect on the economy.
THE NON-BANK PUBLIC CAN ONLY OFFER IN EXCHANGE THEIR CLAIMS ON THE DEMAND LIABILITIES IN THEIR ACCOUNTS AND THE TOKENS THEY HAVE THAT CAN BE EXCHANGED LATER BY A MERCHANT FOR THE CLAIMS ON DEMAND LIABILITIES OF THE BANK WHERE IT MAY BE DEPOSITED.
MONEY NOT BID DOES NOT CAUSE INFLATIONARY EFFECTS.
M-1 = DEMAND DEPOSITS PLUS CURRENCY IN THE HANDS OF THE PUBLIC.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHO THE
PUBLIC IS ANY PERSON OR INSTITUTION OTHER THAN A MONETARY AUTHORITY OR A COMMERCIAL BANK. THIS MEANS THAT CURRENCY HELD BY COMMERCIAL BANKS … AND DEMAND DEPOSITS OWNED BY … COMMERCIAL BANKS ARE EXCLUDED FROM THE MONEY STOCK. [M-1]Page 2. St. Louis, Mo. Federal Reserve Bank Review August 1972
THE COMMERCIAL BANKS CREATE THE
MONEY; LEND IT TO THE NON-BANK PUBLIC FOR PROFIT (
INTEREST) WHICH, BECAUSE IT CAN NEVER BE PAID, PERPETUATES THE SYSTEM UNTIL THE SYSTEM COLLAPSES. THE NON-BANK PUBLIC PLAYS THE GAME BECAUSE THEY CAN BORROW AND TO ALL APPEARANCES RAISE THEIR STANDARD OF LIVING BY LIVING BEYOND THEIR MEANS. IT APPEARS TO ALL THE WORLD THAT THEY ARE GETTING SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.
THUS OVER SHORT PERIODS OF TIME IT HAS APPEARED THAT DEBT MONETIZATION GIVES SOCIETY SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.Page 6 St. Louis, Mo. Federal Reserve Bank Review August 1974
In reality society does not get something for nothing, BUT the commercial banks (Federal Reserve System) gets EVERYTHING FOR NOTHING!
THE DECREASE IN PURCHASING POWER INCURRED BY HOLDERS OF MONEY DUE TO INFLATION IMPARTS GAINS TO THE ISSUERS OF MONEY …Page 22 St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank Review February 1975
By now you should understand who gets the FREE LUNCHES and how they do it.
By now you should have formulated some ideas concerning the vulnerability of such a system.
By now you should have realized that the non-bank public could use any common item of their own production as a medium of exchange and eliminate forever this abomination called a Monetary Authority, BUT that requires legislation.
SINCE WE ARE FORCED BY LEGAL TENDER ACTS TO USE THIS UNFUNDED PAPER WE SHOULD AT LEAST GET IT FREE!
THEY HAVE TOLD US NOT TO WORRY ABOUT THE HUGE ACCUMULATION OF DEBT BECAUSE
WE OWE IT TO EACH OTHER PERHAPS THEREIN LIES THE SOLUTION TO OBTAINING FREE MONEY.
BY NOW YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO READ THE FOLLOWING RECAP AND FOLLOW ITS LOGIC AND REASONING TO THE OBVIOUS MEANS OF OBTAINING FREE MONEY THAT IT JUSTIFIES.
WE OWE IT TO EACH OTHER
Today, most coin and currency isfiatmoney — money by virtue of government declaration and public acceptance. Fiat money isn’t valuable in itself and doesn’t represent a claim on gold or silver.
Fiat money is acceptable because people know money’s true value is its purchasing power — its ability to buy goods and services.Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The Story of Money, p. 19.
A bank credit card is a token representing a prearranged agreement for the bank to
create dollar quantities of imaginary debt, in the card holder’s account, if and when the card’s option is exercised, combined with the order to transfer that record of imaginary debt to the merchant’s account, at his bank, after the sale is recorded.
created at the card holder’s bank is imagined because
… money’s true value is its purchasing power — its ability to buy goods and services. (above quote) And until it is used to purchase goods or service it does not have any value. Banks do not give up any thing of value to get the money. Banks do not produce any consumable goods. Money’s value begins when it is used to purchase goods or service. The merchant that sells goods for the money is in turn reimbursed upon using the money to purchase from another merchant.
Money is an intangible (unreal) medium of exchange that is Legal Tender (legal to offer) and nothing more.
Coin and currency areFederal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought, p. 7Legal Tender,money the Government says has to be accepted if offered to settle a debt. But that approval doesn’t make cash any morerealthan checkbook balances.
Each merchant in turn has to provide goods or service to acquire coin or currency
Legal Tender, which is mostly Federal Reserve notes.
… by far the largest proportion of currency now issued is in the form of Federal Reserve notes. At the start of 1977 these comprised more than nine-tenths of the Nation’sBOARD OF GOVERNORS of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Pub.currency in circulation.U.S. CURRENCYp. 5
The Fed. notes are accepted by each merchant or laborer in turn because of their continued confidence that they will be able to exchange them for real goods and services at any time. Borrowing from a commercial bank is nothing more than a formality. Any contractual obligation to repay is void unless something of value changed hands. Any feeling of obligation would have to be imagined.
Neither paper currency nor deposits have value as commodities. Intrinsically, a dollar bill is just a piece of paper. Deposits are merely book entries. Coins do have some intrinsic value as metal, but far less than their face amount.
What, then, makes these instruments — checks, paper money, and coins — acceptable at face value in payment of all debts and for other monetary uses? Mainly, it is the confidence people have that they will be able to exchange such money for real goods and services whenever they choose to do so.FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO Pub.
… it is the confidence people have … that gives
value to Fed. notes that haven’t any value in themselves and cannot be
redeemed or exchanged for anything of value at their source. Fed. notes are pieces of paper that serve only as tokens to represent an unreal (intangible) medium of exchange, and whose only
value is their continued acceptance by people with confidence.
dollar is the make-believe monetary unit of the United States, paper and ink records of numbers preceded by a ‘dollar’ sign ($) in bookkeeping entries, accepted by the public as imaginary mediums of exchange whose quantity increases daily with official and individual borrowings; are seigniorage, credit, inflation, money, and totally intangible, cannot be sighted, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched; can exist in human thought only, and are shifted about by check, currency and credit card to
settle debts by imagination.
dollar units are represented by Fed. notes. A Fed. note is a paper token, as evidence of a created
dollar quantity of imaginary debt written as a number on the books of a bank, are printed at the bureau of engraving and printing on orders of the Treasury, countersigned by officials of the Treasury, turned over to the Fed. for distribution and accepted by the
borrower as mediums of exchange for goods and services that are worth over a thousand times greater in value than the
worth of the Fed. note itself.
Obtained at the commercial bank by
borrowing, Fed. Notes haven’t any value as commodities.
A dollar bill is just a piece of paper. (quote above) When Fed. notes are used to purchase something of value, then their value becomes that purchasing power. At the time of
borrowing their ‘value’
has little but bookkeeping significance, their value depends on confidence and that confidence is not guaranteed by redeemable backing; until a purchase is accomplished the confidence might be unjustified.
Currency backing isn’t relevant in today’s economy. Currency cannot beFEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK Pub.redeemed,or exchanged, for Treasury gold or any other asset used as backing. The question of just what assetsbackFederal Reserve notes has little but bookkeeping significance.
selling with money is nothing more than a gigantic confidence game. Money is just a medium of exchange that doesn’t have any value itself except to the one who gave something for it and then only if its holder can obtain something of value from someone else with it. Its nature is such that the formality of
borrowing is far overdone.
Like Poker Chips, Fed. Notes only have
value when a holder has parted with some thing of value to obtain them. When he passes them on for some thing of value from someone else they become its new holder. They only have
value to the holder that gave some thing of value to get them.
The bank gets them in deposits from merchants who gave something of value to get them. When the
borrower gives something of value to get them from the bank the cycle is continued. When the
borrower spends them he is reimbursed and the cycle is continued. If the
borrower should spend the Fed. notes at the exact same merchant that deposited them a cycle would be completed.
When bank credit cards are used the system is quite different. The bank issues the card without receiving anything of value from the card holder. The card hasn’t any value until it is used to purchase something of value from a merchant. When the sale is recorded at the bank the merchant has a deposit credit with which he can purchase. When the merchant purchases with the deposit credit he is reimbursed for the credit card holder’s purchase. The person HE purchases from gets the transferred deposit credit and the cycle is continued. When eventually the original CARD HOLDER ACCEPTS a deposit credit check for something of value HE created — the cycle is completed.
Whether it is Fed. notes or credit cards the
dollars they transfer about are only imaginary mediums of exchange.
Money’s usefulness is its unique ability to command other goods and services and to permit a holder to be constantly ready to do so.FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO Pub.
The only time any
have to return
borrowed Fed. notes to a bank would be if the
borrower wished to
buy back the thing of value he brought to the bank when he
borrowed the Fed. notes.
In the case of credit cards they are only a medium of exchange facility like Fed. notes
borrowed from banks without a pledge of wealth requirement. Any money
borrowed from the commercial bank without giving anything of value to get it is just a medium of exchange without value or obligation until it is used to purchase something of value.
Until 1968, U.S. currency had to be partially backed by gold. However, gold never gave the dollar its value. The dollar’s value always has been determined by the amount of goods and services it can buy its purchasing power.FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK Pub.
The borrower’s willingness to accept modern money for the things he produces and/or the labor he performs is the key to the system being able to
work at all.
Money works when others are willing to accept it. In a modern economy, thisFEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK Pub.General Acceptabilityrests on a Nation’s ability to keep money’s purchasing power relatively stable.MONEY AND ECONOMIC BALANCEp. 6
The formality of
borrowing is necessary to keep the purchasing power stable. If the public were allowed to use all the money they wanted to, the purchasing power would fall.
Too much money results in excess spending. When consumers, businesses and governments spend excessively, they compete for the available supply of goods and services and force prices up. When prices rise, the purchasing power of money falls. To keep purchasing power strong, then, the supply of money must not increase too rapidly.Federal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought, p. 111
It is important to see that the purchasing power is not so much a result of the quantity of money available but how much is being
spent. As its purchasing power falls, MORE will be
spent (before it falls further) and the MORE
spent the FURTHER it will fall. The ability of all ‘money users’ to produce enough goods and services to absorb all the I.O.U.s they monetize is the key to a modern I.O.U. money system having its money remain stable and hold
value. When money’s value is the product or service it will buy — only those producing products and/or performing service can give money value. Only by producing goods, performing service and accepting money can the public give money value. It is the public’s I.O.U.s that are the
Commercial banks are important financial institutions because they can create money — checkbook money. When we borrow $200 at a local bank to buy a washing machine, we sign an I.O.U. and the banker writes a slip for a $200 addition to our checking account. No one has any less money on deposit, but we have more. The banker has bought our I.O.U. with new demand deposits — checkbook money — which were created. Bank credit and checkbook money have both increased $200.Federal Reserve Bank of New York,MONEY AND ECONOMIC BALANCE,p. 177
buys our I.O.U. by furnishing the checkbook money we need as a medium of exchange to get the washing machine. We pay for it when we accept the money for our goods and services. The banker does not produce goods or perform services that give money value. The formalities of borrowing and signing I.O.U.s are an attempt at controlling OUR spending, so money will keep its
This is a false conception which has been proven by money’s inability to maintain its
value. It is not the quantity of money that gives it more or less value, it is the quantity BEING BID for goods and services that raises or lowers its purchasing power. If the commercial banks could NOT create money to buy I.O.U.s UNLESS THEY produced goods and performed services FOR MONEY, then, the money’s value would remain stable.
A healthy money depends on balancing the growth of the money supply with the economy’s ability to produce goods and services.Federal Reserve Bank of New York,MONEY AND ECONOMIC BALANCE,p. 4
NOW! IF THE ABOVE QUOTE READ:
A healthy money depends on balancing the growth of the money quantity with the COMMERCIAL BANKS’ ability to produce goods and services.
EVERYTHING MIGHT BALANCE OUT!
The quantity of money the people have; they got working for it — it was PAID FOR as received. The imbalance has always been the commercial banker HAVING money he did not pay for. It is monetizing I.O.U.s that creates FREE money; to cause IMBALANCE!
We … make most payments with checks — checkbook funds, bookkeeping entries in banks ledgers and computers, are mainly created by the lending activities of the nation’s 14,700 private commercial banks.Federal Reserve Bank of New York, The Story of Money, back of Front Cover.
14,700 commercial banks CREATING money and not one of them ACCEPTING money for ANY produced goods or performed service.
This whole mess, because we could not see that no one should CREATE money — that does not ACCEPT money — for goods and services. It is the producers willingness to accept money that gives it value. Commercial bankers creating money, but not producing anything to accept money for, is making it WORTHLESS.
Peoples’ willingness to accept money, in any form, is rooted not in the Law but in money’s ability to effectively measure and hold value.Federal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought, p. 7
Money’s only value is its purchasing power. How can commercial bankers’ created money, which is not accepted by them for goods and services, measure and hold a value it NEVER had? Since money has no value until a borrower is willing to accept it for his goods and services — why do we think we owe the commercial banker anything?
Commercial banks create checkbook money whenever they grant a loan, simply by adding new deposit dollars to accounts on their books in exchange for a borrower’s I.O.U.Federal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought, p. 19
That’s nothing more than bookkeeping gimmickry. What did the commercial banker give to acquire dollars? Nothing! What does the borrower get from the commercial banker for his I.O.U.? Nothing! The commercial banker simply records the borrower’s CONTRACT (I.O.U.). THE BORROWER PLEDGES THAT HE WILL ACCEPT THAT AMOUNT OF MONEY FOR HIS GOODS AND SERVICES THAT HE IS ABOUT TO SPEND FOR THE GOODS AND SERVICES OF OTHERS. The commercial banker merely records the numbers in his ledger as demand deposit checkbook money so the borrower can write checks with which to make purchases and GIVE that money VALUE,
Money creation bookkeeping isn’t gimmickry. Far from it. Banks are creating money based on a borrower’s promise to repay (the I.O.U.), … Banks create money byFederal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought, p. 19monetizingthe private debts of businesses and individuals. That is, they create amounts of money against the value of those I.O.U.s.
THERE IS THE PROOF POSITIVE — IT IS THE BORROWER’S
… PRIVATE I.O.U.s … THAT ARE
MONETIZED (RECORDED SO THEY CAN BE SPENT) THEY DO NOT HAVE ANY VALUE — UNTIL THEY ARE USED TO PURCHASE — SO WHAT WOULD THE BORROWER
… REPAY … AND TO WHOM?
For a ‘debt’ to
exist there must be an INCOMPLETED exchange; debt IS the UNDELIVERED parity of an exchange. For the ‘debt’ to be settled the equivalent parity must be delivered.
… Banks create money by We are to assume, from that direct quote, (above) that debt (the undelivered parity of an exchange) — by some mysterious process called
monetizing the PRIVATE DEBTS of businesses and individuals.
monetizing — becomes the delivered equivalent parity as well.
DEBT AS DEBT IS THE UNDELIVERED PARITY OF AN EXCHANGE, DEBT AS MONEY IS THE DELIVERED EQUIVALENT PARITY OF AN EXCHANGE, MONETIZED DEBT IS AN INCONCEIVABLE CONCEPT!
YET! THE FED … INSISTS:
Debt is credit …FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO Pub., Two Faces of Debt, p. 1
Debts are assetsFEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO Pub. Two Faces of Debt, p. 7
The Federal Reserve
note bears a legend:
THIS NOTE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
Taken literally it hasn’t any purchasing power; only a power to be offered (tendered) for debt settlement. Until an exchange had been arranged and partially concluded there could not be any debt established — to be settled.
Although ACCEPTED as money — the Fed.
Note cannot BE money because
money has a unique ability called PURCHASING POWER.
Money’s usefulness is its unique ability to command other goods and services and to permit a holder to be constantly ready to do so.Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago publication, Modern Money Mechanics, p. 3
Money, then, has the POWER to CREATE DEBT; since it can command other goods, but is valueless itself. Money has purchasing power, but NO VALUE — WITHOUT PURCHASING POWER!! Fed.
Notes must be accepted as a tender for debt, but are not
money — so therefore — DO NOT HAVE MONEY’S UNIQUE ABILITY CALLED PURCHASING POWER.
WHAT THING HAS PURCHASING POWER? WHAT THING CAN FORCE THE PUBLIC TO OFFER ITS PROPERTY AND RIGHTS?
OFFER means to present for action or consideration; propose; suggest; it is a voluntary act. What THING can ‘FORCE’ anyone into a voluntary act of offering. The words FORCE and VOLUNTARY are exactly opposed and it is by the acceptance of this impossible concept of ‘VOLUNTARY FORCE’ being ‘PURCHASING POWER’ that makes the public believe that SOMETHING must BE ‘money’ and HAVE this unique power.
Money is such a routine part of everyday living that its existence and acceptance are ordinarily taken for granted. A user may sense that money must come into being either automatically as a result of economic activity or as an outgrowth of some government operation. But just how this happens all too often remains a mystery.Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Modern Money Mechanics, p. 2
It is not a mystery — it is NOT! There isn’t any THING called money! Real or imagined there isn’t any THING called money! A THING can be an ‘object of thought.’ A
MERMAID is an OBJECT of thought. What is the OBJECT ‘money’? A
UNICORN is an OBJECT of thought. What OBJECT represents the imagined entity money? You can see a copper-nickel coin and it is 3% wealth — which represents 3% of parity, but WHAT OBJECT — real or imagined — REPRESENTS the 97% of parity that is NOT represented?
How does anyone conceive an inconceivable entity? ‘Money, is imagined to exist when in fact it does NOT! ‘Money’ is represented by a perceived differential between the commodity values of the token representing money and the thing
Money is the missing parity between the commodity value of the
money token and the commodity value of the thing offered.
perceived differential in value is not a tangible thing. It is not responsive to the five human senses, but by a process of manipulation of numbers in double entry bookkeeping system it appears to function as a medium of exchange.
The actual process of money creation takes place in commercial banks.FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CHICAGO,
It was a small step from printing notes to making book entries to the credit of borrowers which the borrowers, in turn, couldIbid. p. 4spendby writing checks.
In lieu of any tangible medium of exchange we are playing a game of WHO OWES WHO. A little objectivity will confirm that a borrower could not possibly owe anything to any person or institution from which he did not receive anything. Anyone guilty of having been playing this CONFIDENCE GAME, unaware of its true nature, should not be forced to continue once they have become aware. No
borrower should be expected to
give back or
repay what he did not
receive in the first place. The public produces all the goods and services available for
purchase, the public absorbs all the
money (that isn’t there) as an imaginary medium of exchange. The entity
money has been acquiring wealth by FRAUD and should not be aided in this pursuit by the public continuing to use their
licenses to steal.
To Recap: The Metamorphosis of ‘Money’
At one time Gold and Silver coin (specie) was called ‘money.’ Now throughout the world an imaginary medium of exchange has replaced the specie with a modern FREE
MONEY. To put the whole simple truth into perspective and to provide the necessary contrast or frame of reference we must examine the word ‘PARITY’ as it relates to a medium of exchange (barter and/or
Medium of exchange: …
ANYTHING ACCEPTED IN EXCHANGE FOR USE IN SUBSEQUENT EXCHANGES.
ANYTHING ACCEPTED IN EXCHANGE THAT IS EQUAL IN PARITY TO THE THING OFFERED.
ANYTHING ACCEPTED IN EXCHANGE IN LIEU OF A PRODUCT OR A SERVICE; NOT EQUAL IN PARITY TO THE THING OFFERED.
BARTER can be a medium of exchange and be called
MONEY can be a medium of exchange, BUT cannot be called barter!
THE VALUE OF ANY ONE THING EXPRESSED IN TERMS OF ANOTHER; EQUAL WORTH OR VALUE.
In FREE exchanges THAT which is offered and THAT which is received being of equal worth (equal respective subjective values); the exchange is said to be at parity and is called BARTER; example: UN-DEBASED Gold or Silver coin (specie) exchanged for any other commodity of equal value. Therefore:
- Barter (medium of exchange with parity) such as gold or silver coin called ‘money’ ‘works’ at all times because of its historic subjective value to its holder.
MONEY(medium of exchange without parity) only ‘works’ when others are willing to accept it. Supra
MONEY(medium of exchange without parity) only has
valueto its holder because he gave something for it. Supra
MONEY(medium of exchange without parity) acquired without giving something for it is merely a medium of exchange without value or obligation;