Must See Movie: “The Secret Of Oz”

(10 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Perhaps you’ve heard of the movie “The Money Masters” before by Bill Still. But regardless, it is well known that our U.S. Economy is not really getting better — nor will it ever get better.

How could it? That is, until and unless we solve our astronomical debt problem, and stop borrowing money at interest, just to pay off the never ending massive pile of interest from our old debts — all of which can never go away under our existing system because the very creation of money itself is also debt generating ( as the crooked Federal Reserve System was designed [Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Morgans]).

Some people, namely Ron Paul, have talked about a return to a Gold & Silver based monetary system.  But this solution, while constructive for discussion, would appear to be incomplete. For we see even today that the price of Gold and Silver are greatly manipulated in a corrupt manner by the various Central Banks, the IMF, and various Governments. Therefore, how could either Gold or Silver possibly offer any stability when it is itself under the domination and control of “The Money Masters“?  For example, given that size of the U.S. Money Supply has quadrupled in just the last few years alone, it would then logically follow that the correct price of Gold relative to the watered-down U.S. Dollar should already be in the vicinity of $5000/OZ.

In 1862 Abraham Lincoln tried to reclaim our nation at the end of the Civil War by printing Constitutional Money (“Greenbacks”) to pay the War debt. This money was interest and Debt free. It ended up saving the US government an estimated 400 billion dollars (which was a lot of money for those days). The International Bankers had wanted to charge 24% interest. Lincoln saw and understood that this Monopoly on Money was a far greater threat to our sovereignty than even War itself was.

I have two great enemies, the Southern Army in front of me and the Bankers in the rear. Of the two, the one at the rear is my greatest foe.”

   — President Abraham Lincoln

After Lincoln made Greenbacks legal tender, the Money Power’s fear was that the United States would establish an honest money system and be forever free from the clutches of the International Bankers. The following is taken directly from The London Times in 1862:

“If that mischievous financial policy, which had its origin in the North American Republic during the late war in that country, should become indurated down to a fixture, then that Government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without a debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of the civilized governments of the world. The brains and the wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.”

       –The London Times, 1862

But it was Abraham Lincoln who had the answer here (which is why he was shot), which was to have a debt-free, zero-enslavement, free medium of exchange under the control and operation of the (non-proft) U.S. Treasury and nobody else. Such a system would allow The United States to extinguish its debts, create enough money supply to provide a robust economy, and still not be inflationary — with the enslaving “Fractional Reserve Lending”, and Debt production with money creation tactics — associated with the Rothschilds Central Bank model now taken out of the picture and no longer interfering.

In summary, a For-Profit/Corrupt/Elitist money system is replaced by an efficient non-profit operation. Debts can be repayed, the people no longer have to be charged immense sums of taxation to feed the Bankers, we no longer are forced into a violent “global Military agenda” (envisioned by the Bank powers), and our public representation would have less need to embrace corrupt policies in order to serve the will of the Elite Banking class — at the expense of nearly everybody else.

I spoke once with Ron Paul (during 2007), and asked him if he knew about John Kennedy’s attempt in 1963 to recirculate debt-free “United States Notes” and bypass the crooked Federal Reserve system. Ron Paul said he hadn’t been aware about that, and then added that he does not support a “Greenback” type of solution.

But I would love to see a gentlemens debate between Ron Paul and Bill Still on this issue (both advocates for abolishing The Federal Reserve System) who had produced “The Money Masters” video.

Bill Still’s lastest video is called: “The Secret Of Oz“. Here is the trailer link to this video:

The Secret Of Oz

The original book “The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz” by Frank Braum was, in fact, an allegory to the debate about currency.

The Secret of Oz is a terrific analogy and Bill Still walks us all the way to REAL solutions that can move us past naive and phony HOPE, and into a fulfilling future, one without debt based money and one without the manipulations and flaws of a gold standard. Bill pulls back the curtain of history and shows how the issues have been improperly framed into fabricated boxes of Republican vs. Democrat, or Gold Standard vs Debt/Fiat.

But the truth is, is that we are being hypnotized, see the pendulum? Left, right, left, right… It’s a ruse. Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!

Our problems aren’t horizontal, they are VERTICAL!! They always have been (throughout World history). The horizontal vs. vertical key is also a good spiritual reflection. They just want us to be distracted:  look left, look right…but nevermind that abyss straight ahead, the latest Wars, the latest Bailouts, the latest loss of our freedoms, the latest Bank fees, the latest jobs disappearing overseas, etc.  

It’s just a diversion that drains and disempowers us so the controllers can keep pulling the levers from “above”.

This is a must see Movie.


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  3. is that Gold itself has no intrinisic value except it’s industrial properties (it’s an excellent conductor with very few corrosion problems).

    Other than it’s myth it would probably be priced just a little higher than copper, certainly nowhere near the value of a barrel of oil.

    They ain’t makin’ Dinosaurs anymore.

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