Great money explanation; to add to this;
Money of Account v. Money of Exchange:
Money of Account is debt-based financial transactions on paper. All debt is created on paper, so all debt can be discharged with ‘other’ pieces of paper. This has absolutely nothing to do with what we, the private think of as “money” which is promissory notes, aka debt notes and, since debt notes cannot ‘pay’ a debt, then, handing over what we think of as ‘money’ cannot possibly offset the debt of an entirely separate money system based upon electronic and paper-created debits and credits. When anyone talks about the ‘national debt’ the only way to discharge or offset that alleged debt, which is not real as it exists only in a virtual computer world, is to create paper which will balance said negative/red entries on the ledgers/computers. Our cash cannot, in a million years, ‘pay’ that debt because the two are entirely unrelated. It is “apples and oranges”. If the apple bushel is nearly empty, then, filling it with oranges will not give you a bushel of apples. Cash is solely for exchange of goods and services which WE, in the private, obtain, not the debt which those in the public create by charging our trust accounts which have credit, only due to the bonds backed by our birth certificates. Only they can monetize that credit and offset the debt they create; WE cannot do so. We do not have access to those accounts. Yes, we ought to be able to do so, but, so far, they have thwarted us on every attempt. The public uses ‘money of account’ and we use ‘money of exchange’. Please make the distinction.
Judge Anna von Reitz | www.mainerepublicemailalert.com
Two Kinds of “Money”
In the world today there are two things going on— “trade” and “commerce”.
Trade is what real men and women do when they trade a sack of beans for a piece of silver. It is actual and factual and results in the accrual of private property.
Commerce is what corporations do when they exchange pieces of paper and pretend that these are the same as actual trades. It is all just “paper transactions” and it results in the accrual of “corporate income”—-digits on a ledger.
For generations Americans have traded our Silver Dollars for goods and services and we still do.
Since 1933 the rats misrepresenting us and seeking to confuse themselves with us have traded exclusively in “commercial paper”– debt notes, promissory notes, and so on.
Actual “money” has to have intrinsic value in…
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