Lesson_7_Power_of_the_Purse

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1 Tim 2:1-4
1 First, I tell you to pray for
all people, asking God for
what they need and being
thankful to him. 2 Pray for
rulers and for all who have
authority so that we can
have quiet and peaceful
lives full of worship and
respect for God.
3 This is good, and it
pleases God our Savior,
4 who wants all people to
be saved and to know the
truth.
Do
you
pray
America?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident,
that all men are created equal, that they
are endowed by their Creator with
certain unalienable Rights, that among
these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of
Happiness…”
“That to secure these Rights, Governments
are instituted among men, deriving their just
powers from the consent of the governed,
that whenever any form of government
becomes destructive to these ends, it is, the
right of the people to alter or to abolish it,
and to institute a new Government…”
“We the People of the
United States, in Order
to form a more perfect
Union, establish Justice
insure domestic
Tranquility, provide for
the common defense,
promote the general
Welfare, and secure the
Blessings of Liberty to
ourselves and our
Posterity, do ordain and
Establish this Constitution
For the United States of America.
Matt 6:31-34
31 "Do not be anxious then,
saying, 'What shall we eat?' or
'What shall we drink?' or 'With
what shall we clothe ourselves?'
32 "For all these things the
Gentiles eagerly seek; for your
heavenly Father knows that you
need all these things.
33 "But seek first His kingdom
and His righteousness; and all
these things shall be added to
you.
34 "Therefore do not be anxious
for tomorrow; for tomorrow will
care for itself. Each day has
enough trouble of its own.
Luke 22:36-37
He said to them, "But
now if you have a purse,
take it, and also a bag;
and if you don't have a
sword, sell your cloak
and buy one.
1 Tim 6:6-7
6 but godliness with
contentment is great gain.
7 For we brought nothing
into the world, and we can
take nothing out of it.
8 But if we have food and
clothing, we will be
content with that.
How To Destroy
America
• Destroy the Biblical role
of gov’t.
1. Re-education of new
generation
2. Make people
dependent (welfare)
3. Erode/destroy
national sovereignty
4. Destroy money,
currency and economy
Money is like manure!
1 Tim 6:10
10 For the love of money is
a root of all evils, of which
some having lusted after,
they were seduced from the
faith and pierced
themselves through with
many sorrows.
Woodrow Wilson
28th President of U.S.
“I have unwittingly ruined
my country. A great
industrial nation is controlled
by its system of credit. Our
system of credit is
concentrated. The growth of
the nation, therefore and all
our activities are in the
hands of a few men. …”
“Money is like manure, if you pile it all up in one place it
stinks… but if you spread it around it makes things grow!”
Definitions
• Money:
– A Medium of Exchange,
– A Standard of Account, and
– a Store of Value.
Biblical
Constitutional
Current Law
Silver, Gold, or Copper
Silver (Dollar) or Gold
Silver, Gold and Clad Coins
• Currency:
– Coined money,
– Bank notes authorized by law, and
– A circulating medium of Exchange
Biblical
Constitutional
Current Law
No
No
Federal Reserve Notes
Money
I.
Money is a Medium of Exchange.
According to most economists a medium of exchange traditionally
possessed five (5) characteristics that qualified an item to serve as a
medium.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Divisible. Units of money can be divided into smaller units for individual transactions without destroying its
value.
Portable. This refers to the mobility or transportability of the item.
Durable. Money must be able to endure the rigors of constant wear without rapidly diminishing in value.
Recognizable. A medium of exchange must be widely recognized as valuable.
Scarce. Money must be scarce enough to maintain its value in relation to its volume and weight).
II. Money is a Standard of Account.
1.
2.
3.
The shekel in the Old Testament, 11.42 grams of fine (pure) silver,
The talent in the New Testament 22,556 grams of fine gold, and
The dollar in the United States of America 371 ¼ grains of fine silver (~24.1 grams).
III. Money is a Store of Value.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Money must consist of an asset with intrinsic value so that it holds its value over time.
It must be as valuable for the son as it was for the father.
Money represents the stored value of time and labor of the worker.
Money allows the worker to "save" his "excess labor'' for future consumption.
If money does not hold its value over time it is equivalent to stealing the time and labor of the worker.
What is One Dollar?
One Dollar is a standard unit of measurement
Money:
371 ¼ grains of Silver minted
= $1.00
Analogous
Time:
24 Hours = 1 Day * 7 = 1 Week
Weight:
16 Ounces = 1 Pound * 2000 = 1 Ton
Length:
1 Inch * 12 = 1 Foot * 3 = 1 Yard
The Dollar of the Constitution
Article I Section 8, Clause 5
[The Congress shall have Power] To
coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and
of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights
and Measures;
Article I Section 9, Clause 1
… a Tax or duty may be imposed on such
Importation, not exceeding ten dollars for
each Person.
Article I Section 10, Clause 1
No State shall … make any Thing but gold and
silver coin a Tender in Payments of Debts.
Amendment VII
In Suits at common law, where the value in
controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the
right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact
tried by a jury, shall be otherwise re-examined in
any Court of the United States, than according to
the rules of the common law.
Congress’ Responsibility to
Regulate the Value of Coin
Key:
1 troy oz = 480 grains
1 troy oz = 31.1034 grams
1 troy oz = 1.09714 oz
X 100 =
(4,630 grains
of Copper)
1 Cent
1 Dollar
(46.3 grains
of Copper)
(371.25 grains Silver)
X 10 =
(3,712.5 grains
of Silver)
1 Dollar
10 Dollar
(371.25 grains Silver)
(247.5 grains Gold)
Congress has the responsibility to regulate the value of all
minted coins to the fixed pure metal Dollar standard
A Bit of History
Silver eight real coin of Carlos and Johanna of Spain, dated
ca. 1544, depicting the Pillars of Hercules on the reverse.
The “Dollar” is a fixed standard
unit of measurement that was
established in 1497 by King
Ferdinand and Queen Isabella
of Spain. It is a minted coin
containing at least 3714/16
grains of fine (pure) Silver.
Silver eight real coin of King Ferdinand VI of Spain, dated 1753.
Silver eight real coin of King Carlos III of Spain, dated 1776.
The Dollar of the Constitution: A
coin containing 371¼ grains of Silver
In 1784 …Thomas Jefferson
said:
“If we determine that a dollar
shall be our unit, we must then
say with precision what a dollar
is." Our founding fathers followed
that advice and in 1792 the dollar
was defined as 371 ¼ grains of
silver. From 1792 until August
15, 1971 the dollar was defined
as a precise weight of either
silver or gold.”
The Dollar (Silver) coin guarantees
citizens a fixed measure of value
The constitutional Dollar – a
minted Coin containing 371 ¼
grains of silver – guarantees
value:
Deut 25:13-14
13 Thou shalt not have in thy
bag divers weights, a great
and a small.
14
Thou
shalt not have in
Prov
20:10
thine
house
divers measures,
10 Divers
weights,
and divers
a
great andboth
a small.
measures,
of them are
15
But
thou shalt have
alike
abomination
to thea
perfect
LORD. and just weight, a
perfect and just measure shalt
thou have: that thy days may
be lengthened in the land
which the LORD thy God
giveth thee.
“It is significant that this power of
coining money is mentioned in the
same sentence in the Constitution
as the power to "fix the standards
of weights and measures,“ for the
framers regarded money as a
weight of metal and a measure
of value. Roger Sherman, a
delegate to the Constitutional
Convention, wrote that “If what is
used as a medium of exchange
is fluctuating in its value, it is no
better than unjust weights and
measures…which are
condemned by the Laws of God
and man …".
1794 Silver Dollar America's
First Silver Dollar Struck
What is a Federal Reserve Note?
• It is a Private Bank Note
– (It is a promise from the bank to pay real lawful money)
• It is Redeemable for Lawful Money on Demand
– (Pursuant to Title 12 U.S.C. § 411)
• It is NOT Constitutionally Authorized Money
– (Constitution only authorizes gold or silver Coin as Tender in
Payment of Debts within the 50 states of the Union, see Article I
Section 10, Clause 1)
Federal Reserve Notes are
NOT Dollar$ or Lawful Money
-CITE12 USC Sec. 411 01/03/05
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-EXPCITETITLE 12 - BANKS AND BANKING
CHAPTER 3 - FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
SUBCHAPTER XII - FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES
-HEADSec. 411. Issuance to reserve banks; nature of
obligation; redemption
Federal reserve notes shall be
redeemed in lawful money on
demand.
-STATUTEFederal reserve notes, to be issued at the discretion of
the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
for the purpose of making advances to Federal reserve
banks through the Federal reserve agents as hereinafter
set forth and for no other purpose, are authorized. The
said notes shall be obligations of the United States and
shall be receivable by all national and member banks
and Federal reserve banks and for all taxes, customs,
and other public dues. They shall be redeemed in
lawful money on demand at the Treasury Department
of the United States, in the city of Washington, District of
Columbia, or at any Federal Reserve bank.
A Federal Reserve Note
is not a Dollar - they have no value
U.S. Dept of Treasury web
site states:
Federal Reserve notes are not
redeemable in gold, silver or any
other commodity, and receive no
backing by anything. This has
been the case since 1933. The
notes have no value for
themselves …
http://www.ustreas.gov/education/faq/currency/legal-tender.shtml#q2
Supreme Court - Coin Money is a
Constitutional Requirement
• United States v. Marigold, 50 U.S. (9 How.) 560, 567-568 (1850):
“They [Congress] appertain rather to the execution of an important trust invested by
the Constitution, and to the obligation to fulfill that trust on the part of the government,
namely, the trust and the duty of creating and maintaining a uniform and pure
metallic standard of value throughout the Union. The power of coining money and of
regulating its value was delegated to Congress by the Constitution for the very
purpose, as assigned by the framers of that instrument, of creating and preserving
the uniformity and purity of such standard of value * * *
"If the medium which the government was authorized to create and establish could
immediately be expelled, and substituted by one it had neither created, estimated,
nor authorized one possessing no intrinsic value then the power conferred by the
Constitution would be useless wholly fruitless of every end it was designed to
accomplish. Whatever functions Congress are, by the Constitution, authorized to
perform, they are, when the public good requires it, bound to perform; and on this principle,
having emitted a circulating medium, a standard of value indispensable for the purposes of
the community, and for the action of the government itself, they are accordingly authorized
and bound in duty to prevent its debasement and expulsion, and the destruction of
the general confidence and convenience …."
1792 Penny
Congress Knows The Truth
• From the Report of the Commission,
established pursuant to Public Law 96-389
Within
6
Months
of
the
Gold
Commission
“In addition to the compelling economic case for
Report,
the
Legislature
lawful
the gold
standard,
a casereinstitutes
buttressed by
both
historical
and theoretical
arguments,
there is a
Silver
Dollar
money followed
by Gold
compelling argument
upon the
money inbased
1985.
Constitution. The present monetary
arrangements of the United States are
unconstitutional --even anti-constitutional-from top to bottom.” (vol II, pg. 243)
Ronald Reagan
40th Pres. of U.S.
The Legislature Reinstituted Monetary Law
Within 6 Months of the Gold Commission
Report, the Legislature reinstitutes lawful Silver
Dollar money followed by Gold money in 1985.
What is the effect of using unconstitutional legal tender?
Property
=
# Egg Cartons = # Lawful Money ($)
# Legal Tender $
(Brown Eggs)
1957
=
=
=
U.S. Silver Certificate
1,600 Sq. Ft. Home
~37,700
($)13,500
No Lawful
Money Available
=
1982
$13,500
Fed. Res. Bank Note
1,600 Sq. Ft. Home
2007
“$85,400”
~37,700
=
=
=
Fed. Res. Bank Note
1,600 Sq. Ft. Home
~37.700
($)13,500
“$175,000”
Quiet Theft!
Property
=
# Egg Cartons
= # Lawful Money ($)
# Legal Tender $
(Brown Eggs)
Buy
1957
=
=
=
U.S. Silver Certificate
1,600 Sq. Ft. Home
Sell
2007
~37,700
=
($)13,500
$13,500
=
=
Fed. Res. Bank Note
1,600 Sq. Ft. Home
~37,700
($)13,500
$175,000
No Cartons of Eggs Gain
No Lawful Money Gain
Federal Reserve Note
“Gain” of $161,500
No Gain No Tax Due
No Gain No Tax Due
Alleged Tax Due
~FRN$55,000
After FRN Tax results in a
Physical Egg Carton Loss of
11,922 Cartons of Eggs
After FRN Tax results in a
Lawful Money Property
Loss of ($)4,269
The purported Federal Reserve Note “Gain” is actually a “quiet theft” in that
it results in a physical property loss with the perception of an actual gain.
Relevant Law & Cases
•
31 USC 5119(a)
– “the Secretary shall … maintain
the equal purchasing power of
each kind of United States
currency”
•
12 USC 411
–
•
“Federal reserve notes … shall be
redeemed in lawful money on demand
at the Treasury Department of the
United States, in the city of
Washington, District of Columbia, or at
any Federal Reserve bank.”
•Prov
Thompson
20:10 v. Butler,
U.S. weights,
694 (1878)
1095
Divers
and divers
– A dollar
is aof
dollar
measures,
both
them are
th
See 5 Cir. Opinion
alike–abomination
to the LORD.
Crummy v. Klein ISD,
No. 08-20133, Oct. 2, 2008
• Eisner v. Macomber
= 206 (1920)
252 U.S. 189,
–
31 USC 5112(a)(7)-(10), (e)
–
These sections define the size weight
and pure metal content of each lawful
money coin.
Congress cannot by legislation
alter the Constitution, from which
alone it derives its power to
legislate, and within whose
limitations alone that power can be
lawfully exercised.
• United States v. Marigold,
50 U.S. (9 How.) 560 (1850)
–
Constitutionally coined money is a
pure metallic standard of value; a
coin with known intrinsic value.
Most people – even on Wall Street –
mistakenly associate the noun “dollar” with
the Federal Reserve Note (“FRN”) “dollar
bill”, engraved with the portrait of
President George Washington. But no
statute defines, or has ever defined, the
Washington FRN as the “dollar”, or even
as a species of “dollar”. Moreover, the
United States Code provides that FRNs
“shall be redeemed in lawful money on
demand at the Treasury Department of the
United States * * * or at any Federal
Reserve bank”. So FRNs are not
themselves even “lawful money”,
otherwise, they would not be
“redeem[able] in lawful money”. [Vol 1, pg 5]
EDWIN VIEIRA, JR.
A.B. (Harvard College) A.M.,
Ph.D. (Harvard Graduate School
of Arts and Sciences)
J.D. (Harvard Law School)
A. L. A. Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States,
295 U.S. 495 (1935)
1. Extraordinary conditions, such as an economic crisis, may call for extraordinary remedies,
but they cannot create or enlarge constitutional power. P. 295 U. S. 528.
2. Congress is not permitted by the Constitution to abdicate, or to transfer to others, the
essential legislative functions with which it is vested. Art. I, § 1; Art. I, § 8. Panama Refining
Co. v. Ryan, 293 U. S. 388. P. 295 U. S. 529.
The instrumentalities
Legislature the
was
correct
– “The
present
3. Congress may leave to selected
making
of subordinate
rules
within prescribed limits, and the
determination of facts to which
the
policy,
as
declared
by
Congress,
is
to
apply;
but
it must itself lay down the policies and
monetary arrangements of the United
establish standards. P. 295 U. S. 530.
States are unconstitutional --even anti-
4. The delegation of legislative power sought to be made to the President by § 3 of the National Industrial Recovery Act of
constitutional-top
bottom”
– the
June 16, 1933, is unconstitutional
(pp. 295 U. S. 529from
et seq.),
and to
the Act
is also unconstitutional,
as applied in this case,
because it exceeds the power
of
Congress
to
regulate
interstate
commerce
and
invades
the
power
reserved exclusively to
Federal Reserve System is unconstitutional.
the States (pp. 295 U. S. 542 et seq.).
5. Section 3 of the National Industrial Recovery Act provides that "codes of fair competition," which shall be the " standards of
fair competition" for the trades and industries to which they relate, may be approved by the President upon application of
representative associations of the trades or industries to be affected, or may be prescribed by him on his own motion. Their
provisions are to be enforced by injunctions from the federal courts, and "any violation of any of their provisions in any
transaction in or affecting interstate commerce" is to be deemed an unfair method of competition within the meaning of the
Federal Trade Commission Act, and is to be punished as a crime against the United States. Before approving, the President
is to make certain findings as to the character of the association presenting the code and absence of design to promote
monopoly or oppress small enterprises, and must find that it will "tend to effectuate the policy of this title." Codes permitting
monopolies or monopolistic practices are forbidden. The President may "impose such conditions (including requirements for
the making of reports and the keeping of accounts) for the protection of consumers, competitors, employees and others,
and in the furtherance of the public interest, and may provide such exceptions and exemptions from the provisions of such
code," as he, in his discretion, deems necessary "to effectuate the policy herein declared." A code prescribed by him is to
have the same effect as one approved on application.
Rom 13:5-8
5 Therefore you must be
subject, not only for wrath,
but also for conscience sake.
6 For because of this you
also pay taxes. For they are
God's servants, always
giving attention to this very
thing.
7 Therefore give to all their
dues; to the one due tax, the
tax; tribute to whom tribute is
due , fear to whom fear is
due , and honor to whom
honor is due .
8 Owe no one anything,
except to love one another;
for he who loves another has
In any relation where there are reciprocal blessings,
correspondingly, there are reciprocal duties. The
citizen has duties to the government by reason of
the duties the government owes its citizens. What is
the duty of each is a blessing to the other. Hence,
when either party fails or violates its duty to the
other, it has a decided bearing on the subsequent
duty of the other party to the relationship. This
obtains in all relationships. Consequently, we see
here the expressed recognition of the duty to pay
tribute to the government because the rulers are
attending continually upon this very thing. What
thing? The thing of protecting the innocent and
punishing the guilty. To establish and maintain law
and order to these ends is the basic and divinely
ordained function of civil government, and when it
fails here, any citizen is justified in resenting the
oppression of paying tribute. ... Our forefathers
rebelled against a tyrannical and insensitive
government, and established in this land a
government dedicated to the proposition that its
citizens would be secure in their lives, liberties and
the pursuit of happiness. In guaranteeing the first
two they secured and protected the pursuit of the
latter. And when these are not provided by an alert,
diligent and honest administration of the state, the
happiness of a people is subverted. The
administration of government needs to be changed
to bring- it to its just and proper functions.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1743-1812):
Lord Mayer Rothschild
“Give me control of a nations currency,
and I care not who makes its laws.”
If the American people ever allow
“I sincerely believe the banking
private
banks to control the issue of
institutions having the issuing
their
currency,
inflation,
then
power
of moneyfirst
areby
more
dangerous
bytodeflation,
banks...will
liberty thanthe
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armies.”deprive
the people of all property until their
children
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is poverty…it
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onthe
the
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ghost oftheir
money,
fathers
and conquered....
not money
The
Itself”
issuing power should be taken Thomas Jefferson
3 pres. of US
from the banks and restored to the
Principle author of
Declaration of Independence
people, to whom it
properly belongs.”
rd
“The government should
create, issue and circulate all
the currency. Creating and
issuing money is the supreme
prerogative of government
and its greatest creative
opportunity.
Adopting these principals will
save the taxpayers immense
sums of interest and money
will cease to be the master
and become the
servant of the humanity.”
Abraham Lincoln
16th Pres. of U.S.
“Who controls
the food
2 Tim 3:1-7
Know this
also, that in the last days grievous times
controls1willthe
people;
be on us .
2 For men the
will be self-lovers,
money-lovers,
who controls
energy
boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to
parents,whole
unthankful, unholy,
can control
3 without natural affection, unyielding, false
accusers, without self-control, savage, despisers of
continents;
good,
4 traitors, reckless,
puffed up, lovers of pleasure
who controls
the
money
rather than lovers of God,
Henry
Kissinger
having world.”
a form of godliness, but denying
the power
controls5ofthe
former
it; even turn away from these.
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housesSecurity
and
National
Advisor
lead captive silly women loaded with sins, led
away
Sec.
of State
with different kinds of lusts,
to presidents
7 ever learning and never able to come to the
full
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Nixon
knowledge of the truth.
Gerald Ford
1913 Infamous Year
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Morgan
John D
Rockefeller,
Jr.
Paul
Warburg
Federal Reserve Bank
Woodrow Wilson
28th President of U.S.
(1913-1921)
September 25, 1919
“I have unwittingly ruined my
country. A great industrial nation is
controlled by its system of credit.
Our system of credit is
concentrated. The growth of the
Woodrow Wilson
nation, therefore and all our
28th President of U.S.
(1913-1921)
activities are in the hands of a
few men. We have come to be one of the worst
ruled, one of the most completely controlled and
dominated governments in the civilized world. No
longer a government by conviction and the vote of
the majority, but a government by the opinion and
duress of a small group of dominant men.”
“In the absence of the
gold standard, there is
no way to protect the
savings from
confiscation through
inflation. There
is no
Article I Section 10, Clause 1
No State shall … make any Thing but gold and
safe store value…
silver coin a Tender in Payments of Debts.
Gold stands as a
protector of property
rights.”
Alan Greenspan
American economist
1987 to 2006 chairman of
Alan
Greenspan
Since
the federal constitution has removed all danger of our having a paper
the
Board
ofcan
Governors
“Gold
and
Freedom”
tender,
ourEconomic
trade advanced
fifty percent. Our
monied
people
trust their of
cash [throughout the country], and have brought
their coin into
circulation.
the Federal
Reserve
of the
The Pennsylvania Gazette, Dec. 16, 1789.
United States
“It is well enough that
people of the nation
do not understand
our banking and
monetary system, for
it they did, I believe
there would be a
revolution before
tomorrow morning.”
Henry Ford
(1863 – 1947)
Founder of Ford
Motor Company
In 1963 the words "WILL PAY TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND"
were removed from all newly issued Federal Reserve notes. Then, in 1968,
redemption of pre-1963 Federal Reserve notes for gold or silver officially
ended. The Coinage Act of 1965 removed all silver from quarters and dimes,
which were 90% silver prior to the act. However, there was a provision in the
act allowing some coins to contain a 40% silver consistency, such as the
Kennedy Half Dollar. Later, even this provision was removed, and nearly all
coins in general circulation today are 100% clad.
U.S. dollar facing imminent collapse?
Fed in bind as Paulsen, Bernanke head to China
Posted: December 10, 2006
5:38 pm Eastern
Even as the stock market is hitting new record highs almost
every day, the Federal Reserve and Treasury Department
"You're
with amass
psychology
here,"
are
quietlydealing
coordinating
devaluation
of the dollar
that the
Williams
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"The central
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administration
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start
a dollar
panic,
but none
of the
central
bankers
to
have
a dollar
collapse,
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Fed
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to do
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beslow
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either."
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that it takes a year or two for the dollar value to
reach its low point."
Rev 17:1have
– 5 … I will
show you the judgment of the great
“We shall
World
harlot sitting on many waters, with whom the kings of the
earth committedwhether
fornication, and
Government,
orbecame drunk with the wine
of her fornication, those inhabiting the earth. And he carried
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whether
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blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns. And the
will accomplish
much
more
than And
theshe
old
woman was arrayed
in purple
and scarlet.
was
Government
will
be
gilded with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a
fashioned
frontal
assault.”
golden
cup
in
her
hand
full of abominations
and filthiness of
achieved by conquest
or
her Council
fornication. And
her forehead
was a name written,
ononForeign
Relations
Journal
MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF
Consent.”
1974, p. 558
HARLOTS AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.
Paul Warburg
Council on Foreign
…
Relations;
architect
of woman
Federal
Rev 17:18
And the
whom you saw is the great
citySystem
which has
kingdom
over to
the kings of the earth.
Reserve
inaan
address
the U.S. Senate 2/17/1950
“We are grateful to the Washington
Post,
the NY Times, Time Magazine,
REMEMBER:
and other great publications whose
“Thehave
philosophy
of
directors
attended our meetings
and the
respected
their promisesinof
schoolroom
discretion for almost 40 years.
one generation will
It would have been impossible for
the our
philosophy
of
us tobe
develop
plan for the world
if wegovernment
had been subjected
the lights
in tothe
of publicity during those years.
next.”
But now the world is more sophisticated and prepared
Abraham Lincoln
to march towards a world government.
The supra national sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world
bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination
practiced in past centuries.”
David Rockefeller Private Banker
Council on Foreign Relations June 1991
“Too often in recent years, patriotic symbols
have been shunted aside. Our national
heroes have been maligned, our history
distorted. Has it become a disgrace to
pledge allegiance to our flag – or to sign
a loyalty oath, or pay tribute to our national
anthem? Is it shameful to encourage our
children to memorize the stirring words of
’76? Is it becoming opprobrious [contemptuous] to state
“In God We Trust” when proclaiming our love of country?
What we desperately need today is patriotism founded on a
real understanding of the American Ideal – a dedicated
belief in our principles of freedom and a determination to
perpetuate America’s heritage.”
(J. Edgar Hoover, Congressional Record, Mar.1, 1962, p. 2906)
World Community
Twelfth: “We deplore the division
of humankind on nationalistic
grounds. We have reached
a turning point in human
history where the best option
1933
is to transcend the limits of
1973
national sovereignty and to move toward the
building of a new world community…Thus we
look to the development of a system of world
law and a world order based upon transnational federal government.” (HMII, p. 21)
Calls for a ‘New World Order’
“To achieve world
government, it is
necessary to remove
from the minds of men
their individualism,
loyalty to family
traditions
national patriotism
and religious dogmas.”
June 1991
Dr. G. Brock Chisholm,
first head of the World Federation of
Mental Health, and later head of the
World Health Organization of the
United Nations.
“Every child in America
entering school at the age
of 5 is mentally ill because
he comes to school with
certain allegiances to our
18:
3 … our
Truly I say to you,
founding Matt
fathers,
toward
elected officials,
his converted and
Unlesstoward
you are
Chester M. Pierce is Professor of
parents, toward
a
belief
in
a
become as little children,
Education you
and Psychiatry, Emeritus in
the Medical School, the Graduate School
supernatural
being,
and
of Education
and the School of Public
shall not enter into the
kingdom
Health at Harvard University. Dr. Pierce
toward the sovereignty of this
is Senior Psychiatrist at Massachusetts
of Heaven.
nation as a separate entity. It’s General Hospital in Boston, MA.
up to you as teachers to make all these sick children
well – by creating the international child of the
future.” (Applying Basic Principles, IBYC, Vol. X, 1984, pg. 17, Rep.
Sam Rohrer, St. Louis, Sept. 1997)
“The dirty little secret is that
both houses of Congress
are irrelevant. America’s
domestic policy is now being
run by Alan Greenspan and the
Federal Reserve…America’s
foreign policy is now being run
by the International Monetary
Fund (the bankers)… When the
president decides to go to war,
he no longer needs a declaration
United States Secretary of
of war from the Congress.”
Labor, serving under
Robert Reich, Jan. 7,
President Bill Clinton from
1999, USA Today
1993 to 1997.
Those who do not know their
history are doomed to repeat it.
• Ecclesiastes 1:9
That which has been is that which shall be; and that which
has been done is that which shall be done; and there is
nothing new under the sun.
• Supreme Court’s final decision on “Emergencies”
Emergency does not create power. Emergency does not
increase power or remove or diminish the restrictions upon
power granted or reserved. The Constitution was adopted
in a period of grave emergency. Its grants of power to the
Federal Government and its limitations of the power of the
States were determined in the light of emergency and they
are not altered by emergency. Home Building & Loan
Assoc. v. Blaisdell 290 U.S. 395, 425 (1934)
Rom 13:9-13
1786 – Paper Money
9 For: "Do not commit adultery; do not
murder; do not steal; do not bear false
(Articles of Confederation period)
witness; do not lust;" and if there is any
Blood running in the streets. Mobs of
other commandment, it is summed up
rioters and demonstrators
in this word, "You shall love your
threatening banks and legislators.
neighbor as yourself."
1
Tim
6:10
For
the
love
of money
Looting
of shop and liotne. Credit
10 Love works no ill to its neighbor,
is a
root of
ofthe
alllaw.
evils, ofruined.
whichStrikes
someand unemployment.
therefore love is the
fulfilling
11 This also, knowing
the time,
that itafter,
is
Trade
and distribution paralyzed.
having
lusted
they
were
already time to awake out of sleep; for
of food. Bankruptcies
seduced from the faithShortages
and
now our salvation is nearer than when
everywhere.
pierced themselves through
withCourt dockets
we believed.
overloaded. Kidnappings for heavy
12 The night is farmany
spent, the
day is at
sorrows.
ransom. Sexual perversion,
hand; therefore let us cast off the works
drunkenness, lawlessness
of darkness, and let us put on the
rampant.
armor of light.
America, 1786: George Washington to James Madison
13 Let us walk becomingly, as in the
day; not in carousings and drinking; not
in co-habitation and lustful acts; not in
strife and envy.
Rom 13:14
14 But put on the Lord Jesus
Christ, and do not take
thought beforehand for the
lusts of the flesh.
Eph 4:28 Let him who stole steal no
more, but rather let him labor, working
with his hands the thing which is good,
so that he may have something to give
to him who needs.
1 Tim 5:8 But if anyone does not
provide for his own, and especially his
family, he has denied the faith and is
worse than an infidel.
2 Thes 3:10 For even when we were
with you, we commanded you this,
that if anyone would not work, neither
should he eat.
Gal 3:27 For as many as were baptized
into Christ, you put on Christ.
The prohibition against making provisions
for the flesh is qualified as relating to the
purpose of fulfilling the lusts of the flesh, the
lust of the eye and the pride of life (1 John
2:16). Therefore striving to secure the
means and arranging the time for such
indulgences is what is forbidden. Providing
for our needs and those who are dependent
on us is a command and a very vital duty
(Eph. 4:28; 1 Tim. 5:8; 2 Thes 3:10)
Contrasted therewith, however, is the need
of putting on the Lord Jesus Christ. One
does this initially when he is baptized into
the name of Christ (Gal. 3:27). Therefore it
requires a real effort to put on Christ by
following His example in our life. To grow
more like Him in character and conduct
should be the highest ambition and most
laudable endeavor of every Christian;
however many and serious be our failings in
such efforts, the effort should always be
made, and by the grace of God success
can be attained.
Do we pray for America?
Gal 4:8 But then, indeed, not knowing God, you
served as slaves to those not by nature being gods.
Or do we serve the almighty
Worship
Seek worldly fame
Josh 24:15 … choose this day whom you will serve, whether the gods which
your fathers served Beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites in whose land
you live. But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.
The End

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