August 6, 2011
Financial reform, Monetary reform, Understanding Financial system, Understanding US Financial problems
Time is near for the closing of this blog. Many other individuals all across the United States have worked very hard over the years to try to educate working Americans as to the dangers to losing our liberties and States independence to bureaucrats. America must have the hunger to remain free and feel the desire for it deep down in their belly for if not then our nation then dies plain and simply. If Americans truly wish to keep their liberties then they must fight for them and with all their might while working daily to make their lives and economy stronger and better while running despots out of office. The clock is ticking and many of the changes occurring will be irreversible and trust that from this day on forward many more unexplainable events will come to light until our beautiful America may be no more unless the people stand-up to the injustice. This has all been in the works for years and no coincidence that according to Professor and book author Anthony Sutton financial elite have always funded all sides in all wars to include communism which today they have made come full circle as the so called new economy and profited handsomely but now move to expand their power worldwide and a threat of course to all people across the world for a one world centralized army may be more tyrannical than the threat posed by any indepedent nation in comparison. There will always be those at the top running the show and may not always have the worlds best interest in mind; especially when controlling basic necessities such as land for shelter, food, air and water. Under our existing yet falling Constitutional Republic elected officials had to represent the will of the people but with each passing day they do not for if we are not in charge of our own money then obviuosly then we could never in reality be in charge of our nation. All of our elected officials are serving below those that hold our financial system and then why can they not coin their own money interest free as our Constitution more clearly stated? So, should we just start over by way of 1776 or continue down the slippery slope of total slavery to self-declared masters, America you must decide now for time is running out. If our country gets taken back by a miracle from heaven then of course we must not trust the new infiltrators that will once again attempt to fool everyone just like they did during our first attempt at independence.
(Csper.org, Financial System).
October 14, 2009
2009, Ballot issue 2c, Ballot issue 300 to end stormwater fee, citizen meetings for Economic concerns, Citizen participation in the political process, City of Colorado Springs mail-in ballot, Colorado jobs, community health, deficit, El Paso County election November 3rd, For the ordinance language means to end strom fee, health crisis effect of workers, health crisis effect on business, Law & order, Mail-in Ballot for November 3rd election and issues, manufacturing jobs in Colorado, Monetary reform, more jobs and less bureaucracy, November 3rd 2009 mail-in ballot, property tax hikes, Taxes, taxes as fees, voting on issues citizens of Colorado Springs, Wall Street
In a time when manufacturing is losing jobs and a health crisis swine is pending in the horizon now more than ever citizens need to focus and decide how to vote. Once the proposed issues pass they will be permanent. We still do not know the effect that the health so called “crisis” will have on business or the workers ability to stay employed if ill. It would have been nice to see the very same individuals proposing tax hikes to also propose along side it a financial system reform starting at the State level moving us out of the fiat “print money like no tomorrow” money system. We must be realistic and study all the angles. Now the so called “health” care bill will also affect business and there seems to be no end in sight to deficits, taxes, spending with one gimmick after the other thrown in front of us. We need monetary reform and jobs, not more bureaucracy. If workers had their manufacturing plants , jobs and income then they could buy the things that they need like insurance and buy things so the city could have its share of income from the purchases. The Fed, Wall Street, and bureaucrats, et al will continue to do as they please with other people’s money for they know they can count on those at the community city level to just pass the costs on to the citizens. What really saddens me is that we have such great people in this country and all families stand to suffer. Already many could not even afford the higher utility bills last year and now more taxes are being proposed. We must pray and hope that things will work out. We need now more than ever to keep our eye on the 8th ball for we stand to lose a lot. We had a meeting October 3rd trying to trouble shoot the four major areas of concern to study such as Economy, Health Care, Taxes and Law & Order. Here is a brainstorming sheet that we had which I jokingly call it the Republican Party Economic dead sea scrolls.
Economic Dead Sea Scrolls Republican Party Meeting
300-City of Colorado Springs
“Shall an initiated ordinance be adopted by the City of Colorado Springs to read as follows:
Excluding sales and use taxes forwarded from enterprise customers, all enterprise payments to the city shall phase out in eight or fewer equal yearly steps
starting in January, 2010, with all yearly savings passed on as reductions to each customer bill in dollar amounts as equal as possible. Hereafter, all loans,
gifts, and subsidies between an enterprise and the city or another enterprise are prohibited?”
___ For the Ordinance
__ Against the Initiated ordinance
2C – CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS“SHALL CITY TAXES BE INCREASED $46,000,000 ANNUALLY BY INCREASING 2009 GENERAL PROPERTY TAX 6.00 MILLS, 1.00 ADDITIONAL MILL
PER YEAR FOR FOUR YEARS, CONTINUING THEREAFTER, CONSTITUTING VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE?”
Ballot Issues in Plain English
Issue 300 will END the stormwater fee when voting for the ordinance on ballot and phase out other taxes the city calls “fees” bypassing word tax.
Issue 2C raises property taxes and they will become permanent if passed.
Note: The two ballot issues are opposites, so the storm water fee you would vote “for the ordinance” so as not to support storm fee.
In 2c a vote No is no for the property tax hike.