So we are lead to believe The Federal Reserve, and its servants the United States Treasury & the Bureau of Engraving & Printing are about to pull the pin on our beloved $1 Federal Reserve paper currency note, but American Citizens  are up in arms, it will not happen!  We, The People will rise up and stop it!

 
I regret I have but one life to give for my Country!    Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!    Remember the Maine.   Tired, forgotten slogans of a bygone era?
 
 
Not so fast, okay?  Let’s try and take a clear, clean, unemotional look at the real sitchy-A-tion here by taking a stroll through the dusty archives of the United States of America, our very own Federal Reserve Bank (not Federal, no reserves, lulz!), past the cast of International Central Bankers, i.e., the World Bank, the IMF … and their owner & boss of the Federal Reserve, the Bank of International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, commonly called the BIS, it is where American Pension plunderers & vulture Capitalists keep and pay to keep their paper currency from prying eyes.  My tax returns?  Yeah, I’m not going to show my tax return so you can go … Clint Eastwood yourself!
 
… but quickly, back to the job at hand.  The Federal Reserve was created on December 23, 1913, during a midnight session of the House of Representatives, when most Congressmen where away on Christmas break.  The Federal Reserve was the third Central Bank created in the United States.  The first two both ended in absolute corruption & abuse of power.  Look up Nicholas Biddle if you’d like.  It’s all there for you to see.  Twenty years later, in 1933, the Federal Reserve orchestrated the confiscation of all gold coins from United States Citizens; did the Citizens rise up then?  No.  Thirty-one years later in 1964 the Federal Reserve arranged confiscation of all the silver coins from United States Citizens.  Did the Citizens of America rise up and man the barricades this time?  Uh … no.  The Federal Reserve demanded and received assurance from the United States Mint that the United States would only mint nickel-cupro coins for the Citizens of the United States to use in commerce after 1965.  In 1965 United States coins were successfully converted to nickel-cupro tokens.  Did the Citizens of the Great & Powerful United States of America band together and storm the castle.  I think you know where I’m going with this, yes?  NO.   NO, We did not!  We put on our comfortable slippers, tucked our children into their beds and had a nightcap.  We did not rise up.  We slept.  In our warm beds.  Obliterated and mind fogged by complacency over time.  The paper dollar was replaced long ago.  It’s more like play money now anyway, a stage prop.  When the United States Treasury removed the currency clause in the late 1950’s it killed our paper dollar.  What’s a currency clause?  It is the legal agreement between a Government and its Citizen documenting the sacred weight & measure of what is in a dollar, what exactly the dollar stands for, is made of.  A dollar of silver?  A dollar of gold?  A dollar note of 0% interest paper, like our former United States Treasury red seal  notes created of, for & by the People of the United States of America to be used at 0% interest and free of charge.
 
Remember this dear friend; when the Federal Reserve dictates to its subservient vassal the United States Treasury it is no longer financially sound to print $1 Federal Reserve paper dollar notes because the paper & ink are too expensive, and that the Federal Reserve needs to go to a Sacagawea type brass token, the game and our Glorious, Beloved Republic as We, the People know it … is over.  Digital 1’s & 0’s will replace these tangible units and financial slavery will be complete.  No need to go to a bank, ever again … or even comprehend what a bank was at one point?  Instant 1’s & instant 0’s, manipulated to perfection, just wave your phone!  Then will We, The People rise up and finally say enough?   Well?  No.  No.  No, We, the People are too comfortable in our somnambulant state, but when we finally wake it will not be pretty.   Why We, might even Remember the Maine!
 
Sincerely, big zinky

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