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you need to live ALOT more. next time you are with your bf just drop on your knees and give him a bj. Also, you are in college, live it up stop being a prude. party a little blow off some steam. have a drink, take a toke, do a line of coke.

I'm not compromising my morals. I'm not talking about that kind of stuff

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The sneaky little devils monitor me here. They use my record against me. Then justify their crimes against me by throwing my record in my face.

Thats why I told the US Attorney and FBI that I can't have people committing crimes against me, and using my record against me to justify their crimes.

There are things that have happened that I can't talk about.

IF I DID, I'M SURE YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE ME. BUT THEY WOULD LIKE ME TO SAY SOMETHING, ANYTHING.

 

I GOT NOTHING TO HIDE, SURELY THEY KNOW EVERYTHING, AND I'VE PAID FOR MOST SHYT.

 

THEY'D LIKE TO CHARGE ME WITH FALSE CHARGES, AND USE MY LIFE AS EVIDENCE TO PROVE THE FALSE CHARGES.

 

FOR INSTANCE. "THEY WOULD LOVE TO CHARGE ME WITH THE KIDNAPPING AND MURDER OF RAY GRICAR".

 

I was at war with those pussified suckaz in the FBI, State Police, media, and politicians. A lot of people ended up dead or disappeared. They murdered my people, and their own people.

 

I'm just an innocent victim in all of it.

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It's a one hour credit class I took as my easy class. Called great decisions, they bring in people from the UN, Nato, other countries. It's pretty cool stuff.

More like Globalist Propaganda 101. Be careful and question everything. ;)

 

Also anyone got any good background info on the euro crisis? i have a seminar on it tonight.

All the evils of central banking.

 

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The Money Masters.

41 Facts About The History Of Central Banks In The United States That Our Children Are No Longer Taught In School

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Nov 12, 2010

Today, most American students don’t even understand what a central bank is, much less that the battle over central banks is one of the most important themes in U.S. history. The truth is that our nation was birthed in the midst of a conflict over taxation and the control of our money. Central banking has played a key role in nearly all of the wars that America has fought. Presidents that resisted the central bankers were shot, while others shamefully caved in to their demands. Our current central bank is called the Federal Reserve and it is about as “federal” as Federal Express is. The truth is that it is a privately-owned financial institution that is designed to ensnare the U.S. government in an endlessly expanding spiral of debt from which there is no escape. The Federal Reserve caused the Great Depression and the Federal Reserve is at the core of our current economic crisis. None of these things is taught to students in America’s schools today.

In 2010, young Americans are taught a sanitized version of American history that doesn’t even make any sense. As with so many things, if you want to know what really happened just follow the money.

The following are 41 facts about the history of central banks in the United States that every American should know….

#1 As a result of the Seven Years War with France, King George III of England was deeply in debt to the central bankers of England.

#2 In an attempt to raise revenue, King George tried to heavily tax the colonies in America.

#3 In 1763, Benjamin Franklin was asked by the Bank of England why the colonies were so prosperous, and this was his response….

“That is simple. In the colonies we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Script. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers.

In this manner, creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay to no one.”

#4 The Currency Act of 1764 ordered the American Colonists to stop printing their own money. Colonial script (the money the colonists were using at the time) was to be exchanged at a two-to-one ratio for “notes” from the Bank of England.

#5 Later, in his autobiography, Benjamin Franklin explained the impact that this currency change had on the colonies….

“In one year, the conditions were so reversed that the era of prosperity ended, and a depression set in, to such an extent that the streets of the Colonies were filled with unemployed.”

#6 In fact, Benjamin Franklin stated unequivocally in his autobiography that the power to issue currency was the primary reason for the Revolutionary War….

“The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been that England took away from the colonies their money, which created unemployment and dissatisfaction. The inability of the colonists to get power to issue their own money permanently out of the hands of George III and the international bankers was the prime reason for the Revolutionary War.”

#7 Gouverneur Morris, one of the authors of the U.S. Constitution, solemnly warned us in 1787 that we must not allow the bankers to enslave us….

“The rich will strive to establish their dominion and enslave the rest. They always did. They always will… They will have the same effect here as elsewhere, if we do not, by (the power of) government, keep them in their proper spheres.”

#8 Unfortunately, those warning us about the dangers of a central bank did not prevail. After an aborted attempt to establish a central bank in the 1780s, the First Bank of the United States was established in 1791. Alexander Hamilton (who had close ties to the Rothschild banking family) cut a deal under which he would support the move of the nation’s capital to Washington D.C. in exchange for southern support for the establishment of a central bank.

#9 George Washington signed the bill creating the First Bank of the United States on April 25, 1791. It was given a 20 year charter.

#10 In the first five years of the First Bank of the United States, the U.S. government borrowed 8.2 million dollars and prices rose by 72 percent.

 

#11 The opponents of central banking were not pleased. In 1798, Thomas Jefferson said the following….

“I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution – taking from the federal government their power of borrowing.”

#12 In 1811, the charter of the First Bank of the United States was not renewed.

#13 One year later, the War of 1812 erupted. The British and the Americans were at war once again.

#14 In 1814, the British captured and burned Washington D.C., but the Americans subsequently experienced key victories at New York and at New Orleans.

#15 The Treaty of Ghent, officially ending the war, was ratified by the U.S. Senate on February 16th, 1815 and was ratified by the British on February 18th, 1815.

#16 In 1816, another central bank was created. The Second Bank of the United States was established and was given a 20 year charter.

#17 Andrew Jackson, who became president in 1828, was determined to end the power of the central bankers over the United States.

#18 In fact, in 1832, Andrew Jackson’s re-election slogan was “JACKSON and NO BANK!”

#19 On July 10th, 1832 President Jackson said the following about the danger of a central bank….

“It is not our own citizens only who are to receive the bounty of our government. More than eight millions of the stock of this bank are held by foreigners… is there no danger to our liberty and independence in a bank that in its nature has so little to bind it to our country? … Controlling our currency, receiving our public moneys, and holding thousands of our citizens in dependence… would be more formidable and dangerous than a military power of the enemy.”

#20 In 1835, President Jackson completely paid off the U.S. national debt. He is the only U.S. president that has ever been able to accomplish this.

#21 President Jackson vetoed the attempt to renew the charter of the Second Bank of the United States in 1836.

#22 Richard Lawrence attempted to shoot Andrew Jackson, but he survived. It is alleged that Lawrence said that “wealthy people in Europe” had put him up to it.

#23 The Civil War was another opportunity for the central bankers of Europe to get their hooks into America. In fact, it is claimed that Abraham Lincoln actually contacted Rothschild banking interests in Europe in an attempt to finance the war effort. Reportedly, the Rothschilds were demanding very high interest rates and Lincoln balked at paying them.

#24 Instead, Lincoln pushed through the Legal Tender Act of 1862. Under that act, the U.S. government issued $449,338,902 of debt-free money.

#25 This debt-free money was known as “Greenbacks” because of the green ink that was used.

#26 The central bankers of Europe were not pleased. The following quote appeared in the London Times in 1865….

“If this mischievous financial policy, which has its origin in North America, shall become endurated down to a fixture, then that Government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off debts and be without debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous without precedent in the history of the world. The brains, and wealth of all countries will go to North America. That country must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.”

#27 Abraham Lincoln was shot dead by John Wilkes Booth on April 14th, 1865.

#28 After the Civil War, all money in the United States was created by bankers buying U.S. government bonds in exchange for bank notes.

#29 James A. Garfield became president in 1881, and he was a staunch opponent of the banking powers. In 1881 he said the following….

“Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”

#30 President Garfield was shot about two weeks later by Charles J. Guiteau on July 2nd, 1881. He died from medical complications on September 19th, 1881.

#31 In 1906, the U.S. stock market was setting all kinds of records. However, in March 1907 the U.S. stock market absolutely crashed. It is alleged that elite New York bankers were responsible.

#32 In addition, in 1907 J.P. Morgan circulated rumors that a major New York bank had gone bankrupt. This caused a massive run on the banks. In turn, the banks started recalling all of their loans. The panic of 1907 resulted in a congressional investigation that ended up concluding that a central bank was “necessary” so that these kinds of panics would never happen again.

#33 It took a few years, but the international bankers finally got their central bank in 1913.

#34 Congress voted on the Federal Reserve Act on December 22nd, 1913 between the hours of 1:30 AM and 4:30 AM.

#35 A significant portion of Congress was either sleeping at the time or was already at home with their families celebrating the holidays.

#36 The president that signed the law that created the Federal Reserve, Woodrow Wilson, later sounded like he very much regretted the decision when he wrote the following….

“A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is privately concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men … [W]e have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated, governments in the civilized world–no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and the duress of small groups of dominant men.”

#37 Between 1921 and 1929 the Federal Reserve increased the U.S. money supply by 62 percent. This was the time known as “The Roaring 20s”.

#38 In addition, highly leveraged “margin loans” became very common during this time period.

#39 In October 1929, the New York bankers started calling in these margin loans on a massive scale. This created the initial crash that launched the Great Depression.

#40 Rather than expand the money supply in response to this crisis, the Federal Reserve really tightened it up.

#41 In fact, it was reported the the U.S. money supply contracted by eight billion dollars between 1929 and 1933. That was an extraordinary amount of money in those days. Over one-third of all U.S. banks went bankrupt. The New York bankers were able to buy up other banks and all kinds of other assets for pennies on the dollar.

But are American students being taught any of this today?

Of course not.

In fact, it is a rare student that can even adequately explain what a central bank is.

We have lost so much of what is important about our history.

And you know what they say – those who forget history are doomed to repeat it.

It is absolutely critical that we educate as many Americans as possible about what is really going on in our financial system and about why we need to make some truly fundamental changes.

 

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Okay I want to know if there's any truth to this. I always have people telling me I need to live a little more because it's better to look back and say I can't believe i did that as opposed to "I wish I had done that". Thoughts based on experience?

Always put your education first. First and foremost. Lot of dummies out there who later have irresponsibility remorse cuz when they are older they are stupid.

 

Parties will end but education you can take with you. Your party buddies won't be there for you later in life but your eduaction will.

 

It depends on the situation but there's no pride in engaging in activity that has bad consequences. Like "experimenting" with drugs and alcohol. Don't do it. The government brings it in to corrupt the youth of a nation. Be smarter than that. Millions in jail cuz of it.

 

Now if it comes to trips to Europe and educational excursion then yeah go for it. Cultural Diffusion is awesome.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Right, but our economy is now recovering, they are not, why?

 

They've bought into the austerity lie.

Which economy is this ?

 

NOT AMERICA !!!!!!!!!!

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Feb 13, 2013

What America needs is not Robin Hood but Adam Smith. In the year we won our independence, Adam Smith described what creates the Wealth of Nations.

He described a limited government that largely did not interfere with individuals and their pursuit of happiness.

All that we are, all that we wish to be is now threatened by the notion that you can have something for nothing, that you can have your cake and eat it too, that you can spend a trillion dollars every year that you don’t have. — Rand Paul

 

See video....

 

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whay kind of stuff then?

Idk, fun stuff! Just not bad stuff lol

 

Always put your education first. First and foremost. Lot of dummies out there who later have irresponsibility remorse cuz when they are older they are stupid.

 

Parties will end but education you can take with you. Your party buddies won't be there for you later in life but your eduaction will.

 

It depends on the situation but there's no pride in engaging in activity that has bad consequences. Like "experimenting" with drugs and alcohol. Don't do it. The government brings it in to corrupt the youth of a nation. Be smarter than that. Millions in jail cuz of it.

 

Now if it comes to trips to Europe and educational excursion then yeah go for it. Cultural Diffusion is awesome.

 

I hope this helps.

 

Which economy is this ?

 

NOT AMERICA !!!!!!!!!!

Yes I would agree with this. I just constantly hear I'm missing the "college experience"

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first move into the dorm. get involved in some social activities, soroties, volunteer with at risk youth in your area(soroties normally do this besides partying). you are missing out by living in an apartment with youtr brother, really? you need activities to put on you app for med school, good grades alone will not cut it, you need more than cheerleading. There is nothing wrong with living it up while you are young. Finally I would suggest get laid.

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first move into the dorm. get involved in some social activities, soroties, volunteer with at risk youth in your area(soroties normally do this besides partying). you are missing out by living in an apartment with youtr brother, really? you need activities to put on you app for med school, good grades alone will not cut it, you need more than cheerleading. There is nothing wrong with living it up while you are young. Finally I would suggest get laid.

1) dorms are gross and small

2) I would rather slit my wrist than be a sorority girl.

3) I have more activities than cheer. I work in a lab, I'm on student gov, and teach gymnastics some weekends.

4) plenty of time for that when I'm married!

 

I'm talking about studying abroad for a summer, maybe going on a mission trip. Skipping a class for once lol

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1) dorms are gross and small

2) I would rather slit my wrist than be a sorority girl.

3) I have more activities than cheer. I work in a lab, I'm on student gov, and teach gymnastics some weekends.

4) plenty of time for that when I'm married!

 

I'm talking about studying abroad for a summer, maybe going on a mission trip. Skipping a class for once lol

 

we cant read your mind you never mentioned the other activites, so you get what you ask for with what you provide, and my advise on plenty of that when your married, there is career, kids, home duties, sleep not much time for hanky panky not like college, what you are in class 2 hours a day?

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we cant read your mind you never mentioned the other activites, so you get what you ask for with what you provide, and my advise on plenty of that when your married, there is career, kids, home duties, sleep not much time for hanky panky not like college, what you are in class 2 hours a day?

Yup except 4 on Tuesdays blah

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you need to live ALOT more. next time you are with your bf just drop on your knees and give him a bj. Also, you are in college, live it up stop being a prude. party a little blow off some steam. have a drink, take a toke, do a line of coke.

 

And end up an idiot like you are....trolling a young "girl" with bawdy talk on a political site? WTF is the matter with you?

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ok state school you have to put up with the crap state schools allow. by the way did you see the gators on tv last night smack down Kentucky. thats how toplay some ball and there dancers and cheerleadrers were shakin it on timeouts

I have a friend on the uk dance team, but no I didn't watch the game

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1) dorms are gross and small

2) I would rather slit my wrist than be a sorority girl.

3) I have more activities than cheer. I work in a lab, I'm on student gov, and teach gymnastics some weekends.

4) plenty of time for that when I'm married!

 

I'm talking about studying abroad for a summer, maybe going on a mission trip. Skipping a class for once lol

 

Have to agree with you about the dorms. During my very short time in college, i said i would never live in a dorm. Too many rules, I value my freedom too much to live in a dorm. As far as what the other kingwhoever mentioned, last summer I got a job beating up out of control bath salters, basically thats what it came down to anyway. And salters can get pretty dangerous. This one guy was laying on the side of the grass and we approached him and he jumped up and pulled a knife. Another one I heard about (Didn't actually see this one) had a small knife hidden up his sleeve and whn they put him in an ambulance he cut his restraints and choked the girl working in the back of the ambulance. Then he opened the doors and ran out. I've had a few bad trips on shrooms myself but i never did salts so I wouldn't reccomend working with drugheads like the king suggested

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You have a bizarre devotion there.

how's it bizarre? i love my heels, they played a great game last night. i was expecting a blow out

 

 

Have to agree with you about the dorms. During my very short time in college, i said i would never live in a dorm. Too many rules, I value my freedom too much to live in a dorm. As far as what the other kingwhoever mentioned, last summer I got a job beating up out of control bath salters, basically thats what it came down to anyway. And salters can get pretty dangerous. This one guy was laying on the side of the grass and we approached him and he jumped up and pulled a knife. Another one I heard about (Didn't actually see this one) had a small knife hidden up his sleeve and whn they put him in an ambulance he cut his restraints and choked the girl working in the back of the ambulance. Then he opened the doors and ran out. I've had a few bad trips on shrooms myself but i never did salts so I wouldn't reccomend working with drugheads like the king suggested

I haven't really ran into many druggies. But I have friends who live in the dorms and they are sooo tiny! Plus always fighting for the shower would bug me.

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how's it bizarre? i love my heels, they played a great game last night. i was expecting a blow out

 

 

I haven't really ran into many druggies. But I have friends who live in the dorms and they are sooo tiny! Plus always fighting for the shower would bug me.

 

I watched about 5 minutes in the second have couln't take it any more when the one player shot a brick hit backbaord no rim, then next trip down shot an air ball. Miami gonna eat them up in tourney, had to switch over to Happy Gilmore haha

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I watched about 5 minutes in the second have couln't take it any more when the one player shot a brick hit backbaord no rim, then next trip down shot an air ball. Miami gonna eat them up in tourney, had to switch over to Happy Gilmore haha

First half we did great. Then duke opted for some defense lol

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