You Think Your Smart? Then Why Are You Letting Yourself Be Robbed? Legally.

You think your smart I see.

Then why are you just sitting back and letting a private bank rob you?

That private bank if you live here in the United States, is called theFederal Reserve.

The Federal Reserve is no more Federal than Federal Express, andIS NOT a part of the government. However, they control the entire monetary system of the United States and have major influence over the monetary policy of the world.

So how are you directly being robbed?

Through a mechanism known as debt expansion.

Earlier in the day I wrote a very short article where I discussed how the entire world financial system is built upon the premise of debt expansion, and not wealth creation. If you are interested in reading that article, and I urge you to do so because it affects you directly.

The case for you being robbed is simple, and each day this goes on your “money” is worth less. So in the literal sense your personal purchasing power is being legally stolen.

Since you are so smart, tell me. Where does the purchasing power of your cash come from?

It comes from society believing that pieces of paper with numbers printed on them backed by nothing is real money, which according to the United States Constitution, it is NOT.

Article 1 section 10 of the Constitution explicitly forbids the states from issuing “bills of credit” (paper or “fiat” money) or making anything but gold and silver coin legal “tender.”

The paper “money” in your pocket, again according the Constitution of the United States Of America IS NOT money. It is currency.

The paper “currency” in your pocket derives it’s purchasing power, in large part, by it’s scarcity.

According to Zero Hedge, the Federal Reserve prints One Hundred And Eighteen Million Dollars An Hour out of thin air. In truth this number varies however, it should give you an idea of the magnitude of the system.

Here is the issue.

This newly printed out of thin air currency must get it’s purchasing power from somewhere, and this is where you come in.

As the Federal Reserve continues to print currency out of thin air at a blinding pace, and you can see this in real time if you click HERE and scroll down to money creation, each of these new bills must steal a fraction of purchasing power from the other bills already in existence. And as this mechanism occurs, you get inflation. (Inflation is also brought on by other factors as well, but this money being printed out of thin air is a contributory factor).

So in the literal sense, with each passing second you are losing your purchasing power through this mechanism, so yes you are being legally robbed.

How do you feel about that?