The Utah Monetary Declaration of Freedom From the Tyranny of Central Bankers

Wednesday, October 5, 2011
By Paul Martin

by Smartknowledgeu
ZeroHedge.com
10/05/2011

A very important document, the Utah Monetary Declaration is now circulating among the citizens of Utah. Though citizens of Utah are attempting to introduce the basic principles of this declaration into the Utah legislature, every citizen of every US state and every citizen of every country in the world should read the below document and note the similarities of the Utah Monetary Declaration to the US Coinage Act of 1972, which protected the freedoms of US citizens until they were destroyed by Central Bankers. You will note that Alexander Hamilton, one of the founding fathers of the Republic of America, penned the US Coinage Act of 1792. Alexander Hamilton was so adamantly opposed to the process by which Central Banks create money today that when he wrote the US Coinage Act of 1972, he believed the no other threat other than the severe penalty of death would prevent bankers from deliberately debasing the value of coined money, and thus, usurping the peoples’ freedoms. Today, I’m quite certain that Central Bankers would label the very man that helped found the Republic of America, were he still alive, as a terrorist, for his expressed ideals of freedom oppose all ideologies and principles for which a Central Banker stands.

Alexander Hamilton equated essential freedoms with the preservation of the purchasing power of all money. Debase the value of money and we will lose our freedoms. So then, what does the Central Banker deliberately directed, massive debasement of all major fiat currencies in the world bode for future generations? This is precisely why we have recently witnessed the birth of uprisings all around the world – Greece, Iceland, Ireland, the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, and Tunisia just to name a few. As we all know, the world’s reserve currency, the US dollar, has now lost about 97% to 98% of its value and purchasing power since private bankers created the US Federal Reserve in 1913. Say what you will about the death throes of the Euro but the US dollar is hanging by a thread right now as well.

I urge everyone to:

(1) Read the below Utah Monetary Declaration;

(2) Discuss it with your neighbors and friends;

(3) Research the parts you may not understand so that you may better understand the tyranny and complete immorality of our current monetary system; and

(4) Learn why Alexander Hamilton believed the soundness of money to be inseparable from freedom to such an degree that he advocated not imprisonment, but death, for the deliberate act of devaluing US coins.

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