F*ck the Bankers!

December 16, 2008


“History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance.” -James Madison

For centuries, a class of people has made its living by controlling and issuing the currency and credit of nations. That this class holds enormous sway is without question. What is in question is how to work around them so that they can do no more damage to any of us and to limit their power and influence in the material world.

Moneychangers maintain their grip on all of us through our use of THEIR privately issued money. In America, it’s the Federal Reserve Note. In much of Europe, the Euro is the point of control. In Japan, it’s the yen. And so on for a total of something on the order of 160+ central banks worldwide.

Money isn’t the root of all evil. Love of money, simple greed, is the root of all evil. All of the wars of the past 100 years with hundreds of millions dead, injured and homeless, all of the wealth sucked from the veins of human labor, all of the engineered and imposed poverty, all of these things and more can be laid at the feet of the Moneychanging class. Our responsibility lies in finding another method of paying and trading with each other that minimizes the use of Banker-issued notes.

This is where YOU come in: Print Your Own Money. Download it, print it, use it, pass it around. Each note is blank on the back (unlike Banker-issued notes) so you can add your own value to what you think the note should be. A basket of tomatoes, a six pack of beer, a ten “dollar” Federal Reserve Note, an ounce of silver, five gallons of gasoline, a bag of groceries, a day’s worth of work…whatever it is that WE want and need, not what the Banking Class dictates as their desires.

These notes are only as good as your word which is more than can be said about the Federal Reserve Note and other fiat currencies. You don’t even need to use these notes. The way out of the clutches of the Moneychangers is to start finding ways to use their blood-soaked money as little as possible, sharing the fruits of this world amongst ourselves.

It’s the oldest form of economy that there is: cutting out the professional middlemen.


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