[Update: Fixed the (hacked?) link to Bill's video]
Facebook just informed me that "Bill Still and Max Keiser are now friends, as you [I] suggested." So, I updated my Facebook Wall status with the following:
Bill Still and Max Keiser are now friends, as you [I] suggested." Good! Max, get Bill on your RT and Press TV programs & talk up re-nationalizing the nation's currency, making it interest-free & backed by no metals (therefore a fiat currency), & using it to pay off the National Debt in full after deciding what part of that debt is even legal. Peg the quantity to real productivity. Eliminate inflation & deflation!
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As, I just wrote this morning to a new acquaintance:
If memory serves, that video leaves out that Kennedy too issued interest-free currency and was also assassinated. The assassination part is speculation in terms of whether there is a pattern indicating that usurers actually had him murdered for issuing that currency. That currency was withdrawn from circulation immediately by President Johnson, who we know was no saint (consider the huge Gulf of Tonkin lie).
In addition, while the video mentions Jesus, it does not tie in his crucifixion (unless I missed that; I need to watch it again); although one should more than suspect that Bill Still is well aware of the connection. The scripture itself makes clear that the powers that be feared losing their wealthy (mammon and material possessions) positions. There's much more I could say on this but will leave it for the time being.
Also, I am certain that the fix that Bill offers, which is something I've been stating for years now, is only partial at best. It is not coming to Jesus, per se, but can be a part of turning in the right direction if the points are taken to their logical and spiritual conclusions.
... I offer further steps well beyond re-nationalizing the nation's currency, making it interest-free and backed by no metals (therefore a fiat currency), and using it to pay off the National Debt in full after deciding what part of that debt is even legal. I offer pegging the quantity of money in circulation to real productivity, which would eliminate both inflation and deflation.
More importantly though, I offer the Christian Commons Project (CCP).
As for Max Keiser, check out:
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