It’s freedom, baby! Yaaaaaa!!! You’re no slave. Not you. Inside of you is a heart that beats to the sound of freedom: freedom for yourself and for the American people. Constitutional interest-free money is your voice now proclaiming throughout our land: “This is my U.S. Government, and I’m making it work for me!“
Back during Lincoln’s presidency, the private bankers thought they had President Lincoln cornered and trapped. For how was President Lincoln going to finance the Union’s side of the Civil War without the private bankers’ debt-interest money? The private bankers had offered President Lincoln $150 Million Dollars of banknotes at interest rates ranging from 24% to 36%. The private bankers thought: “Without our money, Lincoln can’t finance his side of the Civil War – he has no choice but to accept our deal.” President Lincoln, though, knew making such a deal with the private bankers with their ruinous interest rates would eventually bankrupt the Union. What was President Lincoln to do?
Just like it is today, the private bankers thought they had the U.S. Government over a barrel. (For reference, here again is Article One Section Eight Clause Two of the United States Constitution: “The Congress shall have power….To borrow money on the credit of the United States;”). President Lincoln, then, was expected to go through the same process with the private bankers that our U.S. Government currently goes through. And what President Lincoln did completely shocked the private bankers. President Lincoln cut the private bankers out of the deal!
What President Lincoln realized was that “the credit of the United States” didn’t need to be sold to private bankers in the form of U.S. Government Securities and then be re-purchased with an interest rate – like we’re currently doing. That unnecessary step with the private bankers could be eliminated. Plutocrats: OUT; American people: IN. What President Lincoln did, then, was have the U.S. Congress borrow “the credit of the United States” to print constitutional interest-free money. After all, “the credit of United States” is but the goods and services the American people are and will be producing. A growing American economy quite naturally needs a growing money supply to reflect and allow for the buying and selling of the new goods and services being produced. So the question isn’t that our growing American economy needs a growing money supply. The question is what kind of money will we use for our money supply: debt-interest money?, or interest-free money? Plutocrats: OUT; American people: IN. Because that “credit of the United States” used to back any interest-bearing U.S. Government Security and the resulting debt-interest money can just as easily – and more effectively – be used to back constitutional interest-free money from the start.
It’s “the credit of the United States” that backs either debt-interest money or constitutional interest-free money. But with debt-interest money, U.S. citizens are made into interest-paying slaves to both a national debt and any personal borrowing. And that all ends when constitutional interest-free money is used as the money for our U.S. money supply. With constitutional interest-free money: You’re now rightfully recognized as the money-creating authority and owner of the money printing presses of the U.S. And what that means for you – as a U.S. citizen – is that your future earnings now represents “the credit of the United States” to pay back the interest-free money that you – the owner of the money printing presses — have borrowed.
President Abraham Lincoln: “The Government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credit of the Government and the buying power of consumers. The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the supreme prerogative of Government, but it is the Government’s greatest creative opportunity. By the adoption of these principles, the long-felt want for a uniform medium will be satisfied. The taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest. The financing of all public enterprises and the conduct of the Treasury will become matters of practical administration. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity.”
After the Civil War, it was President Lincoln’s plan to establish his constitutional of the people, by the people, and for the people’s banking system in the re-united United States. Had President Lincoln not been assassinated, we’d most likely be living under Lincoln’s banking system today. Like every U.S. citizen, you’d right now be enjoying the fruit – 0% money – of being recognized as the money-creating authority and owner of the money printing presses of the U.S. As a consequence, we’d have a non-inflationary and stable currency, and our national debt would be $0. Instead, we live under a privately-owned banking system called The Federal Reserve. And the consequences of that are an inflationary and unstable currency and a national debt currently around $20 Trillion Dollars ($20,000,000,000,000) and growing. The sad fact of our situation is that we’ve been made into interest-paying slaves to a privately-owned banking system which profits only but a very, very small percentage of U.S. citizens.
As you’re well aware: There are U.S. citizens who’ll trample your constitutional rights if it means more power and wealth for them. That’s just a sad fact of life here in the United States. Being the (constitutional) money-creating authority for the U.S. and owner of the money printing presses means you should have interest-free money, but you don’t. Why’s that? Well, because back in 1913, the plutocrats of that time managed to bamboozle and buy-off enough members of the U.S. Congress to get legislation passed called: The Federal Reserve Act. What the U.S. Congress did was outsource its constitutional duty of being the money-creating authority of the U.S. to a private corporation. In other words, the U.S. Congress gave away your constitutional ownership – and every U.S. citizen’s constitutional ownership – of the money printing presses of the U.S. to a private corporation: The Federal Reserve Corporation.
Since 1913, then, the U.S. has operated under a privately-owned U.S. central bank and banking system. Now, while the bank charter for the Federal Reserve contains no expiration date, the 1913 legislation did maintain the U.S. Congress’s right to take back its money-creating authority from the Federal Reserve at any time. So, how about it? Are you with me? Plutocrats: OUT; American people: IN. You – like every U.S. citizen – are the rightful owner of the money printing presses of the U.S. And I say it’s high time us U.S. citizens got back our rightful ownership of the money printing of our U.S., and began enjoying the interest-free money such ownership brings! Plutocrats: OUT; American people: IN.
Let each and every U.S. citizen be the ones enjoying the benefit of being their nation’s money-creating authority instead of the plutocrats. After all, it’s the American people who are the (constitutional) money-creating authority of and for the United States to begin with. That’s what President Lincoln knew to be true for the American people – it’s in the United States Constitution, after all. That was a very foolish thing the U.S. Congress did to the American people back in 1913 with The Federal Reserve Act. We – the American people – will very soon be setting things right with new congressional legislation: The Abraham Lincoln Banking Act. The Abraham Lincoln Banking Act establishes a publicly-owned U.S. central bank and banking system with its constitutional interest-free money being used as the money for our nation’s money supply. (The legislation itself – which is less than three double spaced pages long — is found by clicking on the READ MORE tab and then clicking on: The Abraham Lincoln Banking Act.
Below is a chart comparing debt-interest money to interest-free money. Take a look, and decide which money you want for yourself and for your United States.
|DEBT-INTEREST MONEY||INTEREST-FREE MONEY|
|Privately-owned U.S. central bank and banking system||You own – along with every U.S. citizen – the U.S. central bank and banking system|
|Blasphemies the God of the Bible||Honors the God of the Bible|
|Mathematically unsound, inflationary, unstable currency||Mathematically sound, non-inflationary, stable currency|
|Higher taxes/national debt||Lower taxes/no national debt|
|You spend $100,000s and $100,000s and more paying interest||No interest means $100,000s and $100,000s and more for you|
|Responsible for the coming global debt financial catastrophe||Saves us from the coming global debt financial catastrophe|
Obviously, it’s a fool, a plutocrat, or someone with a slave mentality who’d ever choose inferior debt-interest money over superior interest-free money. And know this: The chart is 100% true and is backed by indisputable evidence found in the sections: Debt-Interest Money versus Interest-Free Money and How An Interest-Free Banking System Works & Saves Us and Acknowledgments — these sections are found in the READ MORE tab. Public banking with its interest-free money has proven itself — throughout history — to be a sound and successful banking system.
Ask yourself this: What U.S. citizen with their head screwed-on straight doesn’t want to be the owner of their own U.S. Government’s money printing presses?
Hold on, though. There might be some of you reading who are about to be thrown off balance. Obviously, everyone who’s read this far must have a heart inside of them that beats to the sound of freedom. Look: We’ve all been under a constant attack by massive amounts of propaganda to condition us to act against our own self-interest – like some slave. As you already know from the chart: You own – along with every U.S. citizen – the U.S. central bank and banking system under a public banking system with its interest-free money. Publicly-owned: Do you find offense or find yourself uncomfortable seeing those words? – Publicly-owned. Or, do you (mistakenly) believe that all public-ownership is always socialism? Or, are you someone who has an automatic response of always considering (your) U.S. Government your enemy? If either one or more applies to you CLICK HERE.
Now, for everyone else: You already understand that because you own the U.S. Government – which is public-ownership – you also own your U.S. Government’s money printing presses. You understand that your public ownership of your own U.S. Government’s money printing presses isn’t socialism any more than your public ownership of your U.S. Government is socialism. President Lincoln’s of, by, and for the people’s banking system, then, was a publicly-owned banking system. Good ol’ Honest Abe, he truly was a giant for a U.S. citizen the way he had things working for the American people with a publicly-owned banking system instead of against the American people with a privately-owned banking system. Plutocrats: OUT; American people: IN. And you’re no less of a giant for a U.S. citizen yourself because you want freedom from debt-interest money slavery for yourself and for the American people. Constitutional interest-free money is your voice now proclaiming throughout our land: “This is my U.S. Government, and I’m making it work for me!” And I’ll say it again: I’d find it an honor, an absolute honor, to shake your hand right now, or give you a fist bump or high five. And you can now know this: This is now us — the American people – united: our voice now proclaiming throughout our land: “This is our U.S. Government, and we’re now making it work for us!” CLICK HERE.