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The U.S. Budget Cannot be Balanced, so…

In just 7 minutes you will see WHY the Budget cannot be balanced.? If you think things are bad now, sit around and wait while it becomes total collapse!?? If you should see some way out of this mess, PLEASE comment!

 

Recommend switching this video to full screen – (button lower right)

you then can actually READ when Hal Mason, this long-experienced accountant, is showing you.

The governments across this entire planet are in the same Titanic.? It’s almost funny to watch all of them issuing debt secured by nothing but fiat money.

Recommended reading here on economic collapse.

So here comes “vote2012” and you’re expecting to be “saved”?? The only Saving available is ditching the Government(s) which are doing this to you.

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  • avnatanyel

    Repudiating the debt won’t cover the mandatory expenses and it certainly won’t cover the expenses for maintaining Washington and the swath of bureaucracies. Moreover, I cannot imagine why we’d wish to maintain the system that brought us to this point to begin.

    I don’t owe retirees a paycheck, so taxing me to pay for their retirement is just as much theft after a repudiation as it is now. As it stands my ss money is being stolen to pay for other things. I don’t need a mandatory retirement account. I’m fiscally aware enough to actually save my money.

    “Considering that the FED has been robbing the American People for the last 100 years, I don?t really see any strong reason not to repudiate the debt entirely” – Absolutely

    “and put Congress back to work doing its job as per Article 1 Sect 8 of the US Constitution.” – Now hold on a minute. Why should I be robbed and then forced back into a relationship with the highwaymen who robbed me? That’s insanity. This whole notion that all we have to do is elect good men and they’ll fix everything is a utopian dream. In fact it’s that utopian dream that got us into this mess. If we admit that there are no perfect people then there is every reason not to assume that perfect people will somehow be elected to office and use their monopoly on violence to serve others.

    From a pragmatic standpoint, there is no reason to give anyone a monopoly of force. At best you could only guess how such power would affect a man prior to taking office. Once in office, he may very well be the monster you never thought he could be. Saying you can vote someone in to replace him only faces you with the same problem.

    Moreover, and in my opinion more importantly, it is immoral to use force to coerce others who are not initiating violence. Therefore to vote for a president is to say that ones desire to be ruled has greater merit than that of another in making his own social and economic choices bereft of outside authority and without violence. One is in fact introducing violence into the others life.

    Belonging to a majority does not grant one the status of being a higher moral being. Therefor it should not grant one authority over others. Neither in the determination of law and certainly not in determining that one man (or a few) should be able to decide such things on behalf of others. Whenever one is acting peacefully, others have no right to encroach upon his freedom to continue to act thusly. Those who do so act criminally.

    In order to pay this congress and president it is done through coercive force. Yet, were it not, it would not be a government, but a charity or a business. Therefore, we may see that government is violence and is thus immoral. Only voluntary relations are moral.

    “Printing money is the job of CONGRESS, not the Federal Reserve Bank” – Yet, there is no need for a central issuer of money at all. The free market is fully capable of performing his function without any violence at all. I am not opposed to the government doing so (save for what I said above about government), but that should be no legal tender laws. anything may be considered money and no one should be trapped. If people wish to fund the government of the United States than they may do so with whatever they wish or the government may say it only accepts the money that it issues but that no one is obligated to fund it. If its services are valued the funds will come. If not, let it dissolve into history like any failed business should when not enough customers wish to patronize it.

    “We have enslaved ourselves to thieves.” – I was born into it – it wasn’t a choice. I would imagine you were as well since you yet live. The thieves have been propagandizing the tax slaves since they were children and have been doing so or over a century – or two. (Longer if you wish to count the monarchies and theocracies and all the other forms of government used to transfer wealth from the majority to the minority since the dawn of civilization.)

    “We need to put them in prison and stop all payments to them.” – We need to return their stolen proceeds to the victims, chuck them into the street and wash our hands of them. They couldn’t long survive without the force of the state to help them.

    “Social Security was also stolen from the People by avaricious Authoritarians under the color of law.” – It never existed. From the beginning the working paid for the retirements of the previous generation. Perhaps the sheer number of baby boomers were able to make a net increase, but that is gone (due to those avaricious authoritarians) and it is now left to those currently working to pay for the retirements of the boomers while saving nothing for themselves.

    “It must be made right for those who paid into it” – by whom? Should the young continue to be forced to pay for the retirements of the previous generations? Why should such an obligation fall to them? They bear no responsibility for this. Even the Boomers bear little responsibility. It was their parents, and only some of those at that who may be considered to bear such responsibility.

    “but the false promises must be put to an end” – As must any faith put in politicians or in the morality of force.

    “Make individual retirement accounts mandatory.” – More force? Let those who are wise act accordingly and let the foolish suffer their folly.

    “And govt needs to get out of the business of medical care. ” – Absolutely!

    “Everything it touches becomes corrupted and prohibitively expensive.” – So let it touch nothing as it passes into history.

    “Trust the free market” – And the wisdom of the individual to make his own decisions and succeed or learn from his failure and in the kindness of those who do well to help and to teach.

    “And remove the artificial restraints such as the ban on interstate insurance shopping.” – And all other barriers to free trade such as taxes, tariffs, quotas, regulations, etc.

    “Require all TARP payments to be returned before any further actions in that area occur” – Return all stolen proceeds (TARP) and then dismantle the leviathan so eothing like that may ever occur again.

    “And take a very close look at just how ?mandatory? the remaining programs really are.” – No such thing as mandatory.

    • Excellent, just plain excellent. Thank you for a MAJOR posting! It’s really justified to post as an article, if you wish!

  • TuringsChild

    Considering that the FED has been robbing the American People for the last 100 years, I don’t really see any strong reason not to repudiate the debt entirely and put Congress back to work doing its job as per Article 1 Sect 8 of the US Constitution. Printing money is the job of CONGRESS, not the Federal Reserve Bank. George Washington warned us about the dangers of a FED but we ignored that warning. We have enslaved ourselves to thieves. We need to put them in prison and stop all payments to them.
    Social Security was also stolen from the People by avaricious Authoritarians under the color of law. It must be made right for those who paid into it, but the false promises must be put to an end. Make individual retirement accounts mandatory.
    And govt needs to get out of the business of medical care. Everything it touches becomes corrupted and prohibitively expensive. Trust the free market. And remove the artificial restraints such as the ban on interstate insurance shopping.
    Require all TARP payments to be returned before any further actions in that area occur.
    And take a very close look at just how ‘mandatory’ the remaining programs really are.

    • Sorry that I don’t have time right now — a construction project until into next week sometime. You’ve brought some important matters to the table which absolutely belong on No-Ruler. I thank you and I shall return.

  • Seven lousy minutes will explain the dilemma which will come to take America down, and probably the world along with it. Take the time!

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