24 June, 2011

"...Descent Into Fascism..."

Many might decide that this is: "Just so many words below!" That reading may hurt your eyes, you brain, or you do not have the time and if so- your World, not mine.

The following interview covers two important things- the purse and the sword and what as well as how the Fascists of The Swamp have and are doing.

Of those reading this, most know this, most are concerned, most will do nothing and some are actually working towards the goals defined in the interview. But then, there are those that have known this for a long time, are more than concerned, and are doing things about this so for those that will do nothing, step up now because those working towards these goals are afraid of you. Why else do you think such laws are passed to allow these murders to happen? The interview is not that long and the complete interview can be read at the link. All text in BOLD & ITALICS were done by me.
The U.S. Monetary System And Descent Into Fascism An Interview With Dr. Edwin Vieira

Submitted by David Galland of The Casey Report

The U.S. Monetary System And Descent Into Fascism An Interview With Dr. Edwin Vieira

The following interview with Dr. Vieira was conducted in early June of 2011 for the subscribers of The Casey Report – but after careful consideration, we decided that the content is so important; it needs to be shared with a wider audience. Feel free to pass it along.

David Galland
Managing Editor
The Casey Report

For more than thirty years, Edwin Vieira, Jr., has practiced law, with emphasis on constitutional issues. In the Supreme Court of the United States, he successfully argued or briefed the cases leading to the landmark decisions Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, Chicago Teachers Union v. Hudson, and Communications Workers of America v. Beck, which established constitutional and statutory limitations on the uses to which labor unions, in both the private and the public sectors, may apply fees extracted from nonunion workers as a condition of their employment.

He has written numerous monographs and articles in scholarly journals, and lectured throughout the county. His most recent work on money and banking is the two-volume Pieces of Eight: The Monetary Powers and Disabilities of the United States Constitution (2002), the most comprehensive study in existence of American monetary law and history viewed from a constitutional perspective.

He is also the co-author (under a nom de plume) of the political novel CRA$HMAKER: A Federal Affaire (2000), a not-so-fictional story of an engineered crash of the Federal Reserve System, and the political upheaval it causes.

His latest book is: How to Dethrone the Imperial Judiciary... and Constitutional "Homeland Security," Volume One, The Nation in Arms.

We first met Dr. Vieira at our Casey Research Boca Raton Summit and were sufficiently impressed to want to hear more, and to share more, of his work with readers of The Casey Report.

We first met Dr. Vieira at our Casey Research Boca Raton Summit and were sufficiently impressed to want to hear more, and to share more, of his work with readers of The Casey Report.

DAVID: Before kicking things off, I'd refer readers to Dr. Vieira's in-depth and excellent paper, "A Cross of Gold," as that provides a more detailed analysis on how the corrupt U.S. monetary system might transition into something more honest and effective.

Getting started, from a big-picture perspective, technically speaking, is the current U.S. monetary system actually constitutional?

EDWIN: Well, technically speaking, factually speaking, legally speaking, no. In a word, no.

DAVID: Why not?

EDWIN: There are two levels to consider. First, there's the straight currency level – what is supposed to be the official monetary unit. Then there is "other," which I distinguish as different from the official monetary unit because the Constitution doesn't prohibit private parties from creating media of exchange for their own uses, as long as those media of exchange are non-fraudulent and they're operated in an otherwise honest commercial fashion.

But the official unit of currency is supposed to be the dollar, and I'll tell you exactly what a dollar is – it's 371.25 grains of silver in the form of a coin.
That was determined as a historical fact in 1792. Actually the dollar was adopted before the Constitution was even written. It was adopted by the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation, the so-called Spanish milled dollar, which was the actual unit that was circulating then, because there had been essentially no coinage under the various colonial regimes in colonial America. So that's the dollar unit.
EDWIN: And yet they allow for it. Now, either this is the biggest bunch of idiots that has ever been assembled in judicial robes in the history of humanity, or there's some other agenda going on here.

DAVID: Assuming that they are not complete idiots, what could that other agenda be?

EDWIN: In my view, and I've written about this for years, the people at the top levels of government understand that their monetary system is inherently flawed. That we're on the Titanic, in a sense, and they know that this ship is going to sink. They don't know when, but they know when it sinks, they're going to have a huge amount of economic dislocation, social crisis and civil unrest to the level of revolt.

So they started developing this police state mechanism in the hopes of keeping the lid on the garbage can when the monetary system breaks down. The upper echelons of the judiciary have been going right along with this because they know what the program is. This is obvious. No one in his right mind would stand by and allow the sort of excesses we’ve seen.

Just the other day, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled that the Fourth Amendment doesn't apply at all because you can sue the police after they've mistakenly broken into your home. But when they break into your home and they kill you, then what?

DAVID: Not a lot of recourse then.

EDWIN: Right, like that poor ex-marine that was shot 60 times in Arizona, and he's dead – now what, can he bring a lawsuit? Have we lost our minds? I mean, you don't have to be a Harvard-educated lawyer to know that this is insanity. This does not rise to the level of just mere error. No one in his right mind can write these kinds of opinions, which means that either they're insane, which I don't believe, or they have another agenda, and the judicial opinions are simply camouflage – they're propaganda to convince us that "Oh well, this is all right" because Judge Flapdoddle told us that it's all right.
Judge Flapdoddle- everyone knows these liars because we all have them. Lying filthy scum hiding behind what most consider an exalted black robe. They are just men who, like the rest believe themselves "Only Ones", who allow citizens to be "Whacked & Stacked" which is a mockery and brought us to "Injustice Everywhere". For those that doubt this, I remind you of "Project Gunwalker" wherein the plan to "walk" guns into Mexico was actually a cover to further eviscerate the 2nd Amendment and now, those that planned, approved, and watched have the blood of not just Mexicans, but Americans- Border Patrol Brian Terry and Ice Special Agent Jaime Zapata.

You cannot wash their blood away and what consistently comes to mind is: How many American Citizens names do we NOT know and just HOW MUCH blood is on YOUR HANDS? Not just because of Gunwalker, but because of EVERY un-Constitutional Act you approved, let stand, or enforced! Not just judges, but bureaucrats, police and elected politicians (local, state, federal).

You use the purse to destroy, just like your Economic Wacos that you love, but ATF is not the only that uses them and if you cannot steal them when people are alive- you go in and kill them.

Ugliness is coming- everyone sees this and you know that it will be worse than the last time the Republic turned it's anger inwards.

I wonder, just how often, of those that are guilty, have dreams bathed in red?



They no longer hide it at all.
FTC Names British Government Agent to Senior Position
by S.M. Oliva

The Federal Trade Commission recently appointed a British government agent to a senior management position, raising serious concerns about the FTC's commitment to US sovereignty and the increasing role of unelected foreign antitrust regulators in restricting the property rights and economic liberties of American citizens.

On June 22, the FTC named Dr. Alison Oldale as deputy director for antitrust in the agency's Bureau of Economics. Dr. Oldale, who is not a US citizen, is currently the chief economist for the United Kingdom's Competition Commission (UKCC). According to a UKCC press release, Dr. Oldale will be "on a year's secondment" – in effect, on loan to the FTC – and she is expected to return to UKCC after completing her service in the US. The FTC's press release on Dr. Oldale's appointment did not disclose this.

Dr. Oldale joined the UKCC in 2009 after working as a director at LECG Corporation, an international consulting firm that provided expert testimony in antitrust litigation. LECG employees were frequent participants in FTC policy workshops, and David Scheffman, a former LECG director, served twice as director of the FTC's Bureau of Economics. LECG ceased operations earlier this year.
Ugly coming so soon.



Hit tip to Curtis at California Tree Of Liberty

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