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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Simple Backout Clause! And weekend education...

This is in response to the sassy young man (actually he is a 50+ loser from MN) that sent me an e-mail this morning after I posted this weeks article "LESS THAN AN HOUR AGO". The e-mail basically stated that the banks are the ones helping the country and that there is no way to truthfully take control of our own destiny. "To wrap up this idiots jarble"

So I wanted to respond publicly: #1 If you buy one of my homes and rehab it to new for under $30k anywhere in America, regardless of how bad the economy is you can rent it out for a profit all day long. Prime example this week there are 127 homes for sale from me for $900,000. These homes are worth over $10 Million dollars. Due the math!


Did You Know....

No Congress, no President has been strong enough to stand up to the foreign-controlled Federal Reserve Bank.

Yet there is a catch - one that President Kennedy recognized before he was slain - the original deal in 1913 creating the Federal Reserve Bank had a simple backout clause. The investors loaned the United States Government $1 billion. And the backout clause allows the United States to buy out the system for that $1 billion.
If the Federal Reserve Bank were demolished and the Congress of the United States took control of the currency, as required in the Constitution, the National Debt would virtually end overnight; the need for more taxes and even the income tax, itself would come to an end.

Thomas Jefferson was concise in his early warning to the American nation, "If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered."

Mr. J nailed it on the head, lets start taking bak americas land one house at a time. I can help starting at $8,000 per door.

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