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Posts from Dave Wilbur, St. Louis. MO

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Dave Wilbur, St. Louis. MO

You apparently work for government. I spoke of 2 possible ECONOMIC systems and you changed the subject to monetary systems. To barter is to exchange production for production and you want us to believe that gold and silver are not production? To exchange gold for corn is not a direct exchange of goods and services, it is a direct exchange goods for goods and that is bartering. Economics is the art of convincing people that paper is money and enslaving them with it. An economist like you is one skilled at calming the sheep while they are being shorn.

Dave Wilbur, St. Louis. MO

There are only two possible economic systems; barter and slavery. God commanded a barter ystem with: "Thou shalt not steal." The Constitution mandates a barter system of gold and silver coins with the dollar "fixed" as a measure of silver by the Coinage Act of 1792, never repealed or rescinded. The sole function of legal tender is to take labor and property without payment NO BRANCH OF GOVERGNMENT SPENDS MONEY OR PAYS FOR ANYTHING IN SPITE OF THE AUTHORIZATIONS TO SPEND BILLIONS. If congress authorized us to grow wings, could we fly?

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