“[Bitcoin is] a real legitimate competitor to fiat money,” explains Francis Pouliot, director of public affairs of the non-profit Bitcoin Embassy in Montréal. “It puts a huge competitive pressure on governments, for example, to manage their money supply more responsibly.”
People think that money is safe in the big banks because the FDIC will protect the deposits. This assumption is not based on the facts. This video will show official government documents that describe the plans for confiscating deposits when, (not if) a big bank fails. Individual, as well as public funds from municipal, university, county deposits are at serious risk. YOUR taxpayer money will disappear in the next crisis! Public officials in charge of taxpayer funds need to be aware of the dangers here. The loss of taxpayer funds and the inability to meet payrolls and obligations will certainly prompt a response that will both immediate and forceful.
This video may be useful to present to public officials to inform them of the dangers of losing public funds under their care.
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Featured Image. FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY. Shacks of black migratory workers, Belle-Glade Fla, February, 1941. SOURCE Library of Congress (Public-Domain).
Is this another case of a state experimenting for the FEDS future plans.
Example: Massachusetts “Romneycare” being the state experiment that turned into “Obamacare”. Is this the beginning of “debtors prison” in the United States? Something that the founding fathers never wanted to see implemented in our Republic . . . EDITOR
The Americans Civil Liberties Union on Friday revealed that courts in Ohio are illegally throwing poor people in jail for being unable to pay off a debt.
In a report titled, “The Outskirts of Hope,” (PDF) the ACLU shines a light on a harrowing “debtors’ prison” system in Ohio — one that violates both the United States’ and the Ohio constitution. Ohioans are being jailed for “as small as a few hundred dollars,” despite the constitutional violation, and the economic evidence that it costs the state more to pay for their jail sentence than the amount of the debt. . . . Read Complete Report
Featured image: Pharmacist at People’s Drug Store, No. 5, 8th and H Streets, N.E., Washington, D.C., looking at prescriptions(?) on the counter in room lined with shelves of pharmacy bottles. Date: Between 1909-1032. SOURCE Library of Congress (Public Domain)
The world’s leading drugmakers have saved billions of lives, but they’ve also been accused of criminally unethical behavior. When it comes to ‘Big Pharma,’ there’s no shortage of theories about corruption, price-fixing, monopolization and even the manufacturing of new diseases — but are any of these claims true? Tune in to this Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know video and learn more about pharmaceutical conspiracy theories.
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