Message to Bill Still...

 

A message to Bill Still:
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Bill Still

Bill, I want to recognize you publicly as the single most important researcher and writer about modern monetary reform in the US.

I want to thank you for creating the documentary movie, "The Secret of Oz", that describes the history of money, exposes fractional-reserve lending and the artificial mechanisms that money-lenders have used to deliberately create 'boom and bust' (inflationary and deflationary) cycles - in a clear and understandable way, explains that the quantity of money in a system is key, and introduces your research into the ways of using real monetary reform to stabilize the US dollar and eliminate the national debt drain. I also want to thank you for the very unselfish act of providing a copy, for free, and uploading it to YouTube - for those that cannot afford to buy a copy. This is important information to share, and you have been very generous.

Your latest book, "No More National Debt" places a wooden stake over the vampire's heart, and you have handed US citizens the hammer. The vampire that is the Federal Reserve has been exposed to the light. In this book, you go into even greater detail about true monetary reform, and the history of the fight of the US government against being taken over by the international banking cartel. Unfortunately, we have nearly lost the war with international bankers, and their minions now fill the halls of Congress, the White House, and have been appointed to protect the assets of oligarchs in the federal courts. Possibly the greatest gem in that book is the understanding that there are two critical factors in monetary reform, not just one, and that having the US government reclaim its financial power over the creation of money is critical - but the other factor is the amount of money in the system (not the backing of the money) that stabilizes it. In fact, you clearly show that backing money with a commodity such as gold or silver will provide the Financial Elite a back-door to control the value of money (even if they are stopped from controlling its quantity.) This is a brilliant insight, and I thank you sincerely for the depth of your research.

Beyond your efforts to educate the citizens, you have supported your colleague, Patrick Carmack, the author of the Monetary Reform Act, in presenting a real-world solution that can (and should) be implemented immediately. It is the trump card that could be played by the current politicians, to prove that they are not controlled by the Federal Reserve's cabal of international bankers. Passage of this act, by the current Congress, might just grant some leniency to the criminal charges of collusion that are certain to be brought down on these individuals when US citizens gain control of Congress and the federal judicial system.

Barring that act of self-preservation by the current cluster of Congressional occupants, a new Congress, (composed entirely of ordinary citizens with no ties to corporations or banks), should make it the first piece of legislation that they pass. The only flaw I see is that it gives international bankers - the Federal Reserve owners - one last bailout as the national debt is retired. I would like to see that provision modified to shift (if possible) any and all repayment obligation back to those bankers, and if that is not possible, then the US government would meet obligations to foreign nations, such as China. Still, I believe that the US government should default on any portion that would end up in Federal Reserve bank owners' already stuffed vaults, as their claim to recompense is fraudulent.

With love and in solidarity,

Dennis T Leahy

Thanks again, Bill, for all you have done. I hope you can lend your support to The Reset Button, the only possible pathway to a Congress that will ever even consider real monetary reform.

In case anyone missed the link in the above text, it is important to note that we are prepared - right this moment - with legislation is hand, to take back our constitutional power of the creation of money, with the Monetary Reform Act.