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[Federal Reserve Banking Cartel]
History of Money
United States Money
The U.S. Constitution was set up, (as the spirit of the letter) that our money should be of solid/hard assettes; using gold and silver as an example of standard of trade or exchange of value and wealth.
Some have convinced us from a gold standard, to a paper standard (which paper could even be used to insulate a house or even start a fire if your life depended on it), to a plastic standard (which causes noxious/health hazardous fumes when burned) to digital money (which can be hacked or altered without our knowledge or agreement).
It's time to get back to hard assetts as means of financial stability; holding on to the valued metals and items that moth and rust do not decay; and onto things that are of true physical value for our health, welfare and use that can be reformed into useable items.
1923 Silver Certificate Revised
1886 Silver Certificate