Thursday, November 6, 2008

Sound Money

Economics in an unregulated, sound money economy is dirt simple.

Complex formulas and sophisticated knowledge are not required for study and apprehension of economics, but rather these absurd complexities reside only in the domain of policy, regulatory and legal frameworks, which are superimposed by monopoly government on the productive labor of people, resulting precisely in literal theft from productive citizens, for the explicit purpose of siphoning and aggregating resources into the hands of a few, which weakens the people and grants power to the thieves, their private systems and their minions.

No productive labor is exempt and no one can opt out of working specifically for the destruction of what they hold dear, unless they are among the few whose goals are in alignment with the actual and intentional product of our present monetary system. To promote this system is to promote systemic theft and scheduled destruction of nations.

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