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Twenty Five Cents a Gallon...
In 1964, you could buy a gallon of gasoline for about a quarter. Today you can still buy a gallon of gas for a quarter… But, it has to be a 1964, or earlier quarter. For you see, up until 1964 our quarters contained real Silver, and therefore, had intrinsic value. At todays close, the .1808 troy ounces of fine Silver in that quarter is worth $5.25, a little more than the price of a gallon of gas (and a Coke). In that same year, I bought a new 1964 Mustang. V8, automatic, and all the trimmings for $2650. If I had that same $2650 in pre-1964 Silver dollars now, the $72,495.90 worth of Silver in them would buy me two new  2011 Mustangs with all the trimmings, and I could take a world cruise to boot. In government toilet paper, it would still be $2650 face value, but its buying power would have dropped to $362.85 worth of actual goods and services. 

Hopefully, after digesting the information provided herein above, you will be experiencing a moment of clarity.  For, as I’ve clearly illustrated, the cost of fuel, automobiles, food, houses, and everything else for that matter, has not gone up  since 1964, the value and buying power of our worthless fiat currency has gone down. We are off the gold and silver standards, and on the toilet paper standard, and God help us, those bastards in Washington are printing it as fast as they can find the paper and ink. The entire federal government should be rounded up, and hanged for counterfeiting.

We have allowed our government to spit in the face’s of the Founding Fathers, and to ignore our Constitution at our own peril. And now my friends, we, our children, and all the generations to come,  shall have to pay the piper…




Thomas Jefferson is reputed to have said that, “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their  fathers conquered.” 
 
Jefferson did not need a crystal ball to see the rise of The Federal Reserve, a private bank which controls the  United States’ Money.  Jefferson was well aware of the international banksters even in his time.  The inevitability of small groups of elite, well-heeled people to group together and prey on their fellow man is not exactly a new thing either.  

 Black’s Law Dictionary [Sixth Edition, 1991] defines “Fiat money” as, “inconvertible paper money made legal tender by a government decree.”  Inconvertible to, for example, gold or silver.  Made legal only by government decree.  “Colored money”, i.e. money with the “deceptive appearance, assumed exterior, concealing a lack of reality.”  Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs) are colored money.  They have no value, except by virtue of a government decree -- a decree arrived at under conditions of duress, and thus in all probability invalid.  Just as The Decree of Franklin Roosevelt in recalling gold from the hands of the citizenry was under the direction of the international Banksters, the use of FRN’s is a continuation of this directive.  This in turn is linked to the pending US Bankruptcy, the questionable use of Executive Orders, and what has come to be a Crisis in American Government. Feel free to do as you wish, but it does not require a genius to realize that to preserve what wealth you may have remaining, requires the conversion of paper to gold and silver while you still can.


“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, and that’s good enough.”  Dr. Edwin Vieira, FAME Foundation Scholar.

“Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value —- zero.” Voltaire (1694-1778)
Fiat Currency... Government Issued Toilet Paper.
© 2012 • R.F. DeMott