Archive for the 'gold' Category

19 February, 2015

Posted by Socrates in Federal Reserve Notes, Federal Reserve system, gold, gold & silver, Socrates, sovereignty, states' rights at 4:59 pm | Permanent Link

That’s great. Just imagine if this idea takes hold in dozens of states. Millions of people would be able to bypass the Jewish, inflationary, fiat-money system we have now. [Article].

15 January, 2012

Posted by Socrates in economics, economy, Germany, gold, gold & silver, Hitler, money, Nazi era, Nazis, Socrates at 7:20 pm | Permanent Link

An interesting thread at VNN Forum. While I fully understand the logic behind private citizens owning gold, I also find it curious that Hitler didn’t need gold to keep Germany strong [1]. Today, many rich elites own gold and they can raise or lower the price of it by buying or selling it at certain […]

13 November, 2011

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", blacks, book selections, books, gold, good for jews, jewed culture, jewed media, Jewish Tyranny, Socrates at 1:44 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: an early gold miner) A book about a major civil-rights advocate in the South during the 1950s/1960s. Like most “anti-racism” activists, Golden was a Jew. Blacks like Martin Luther King were merely frontmen. [Book].

17 September, 2011

Posted by Socrates in debt, economics, economy, Germany, gold, Hitler, jewed economics, jewed finance, money, Nazi era, Nazis, Socrates at 6:41 pm | Permanent Link

“Arthur Kitson, the world’s greatest independent monetary economist, said in the British National Review of March, 1935: ‘The aim of the International Financiers is world control by the creation of inextinguishable debt.’ In correspondence with me, before he died recently, Mr. Kitson made it clear that the International Financiers were Jewish, urging me not to […]

17 June, 2011

Posted by Socrates in 'easy credit', bankers, banking, gold, literature, poems, poetry, Socrates, Western culture at 5:22 pm | Permanent Link

“O Gold! I still prefer thee unto paper, Which makes bank credit like a bank of vapour.” — quote from Don Juan by the poet Lord Byron (1788-1824).