722. Sheriff Biden and $1 coin (6/5/2012)
To avoid falling into the trap of fake money or marked money set up by the Feds, I have to abandon the notes - even small amount one. Sometimes the purchase was only several dollars. I paid coins. Later last year, when the Feds worked hard to push me back to use the paper money, they also blocked the production of $1 coin.
Of course, people didn't know Biden worked on behalf of the Feds. They argued:Sheriff Biden cracking down on $1 coin production
byCharlie Spiering Commentary Staff Writer
Vice President Joe Biden today announced the U.S. Mint would suspend the production of dollar coins for circulation, which according to a release from the White House, "will save taxpayers at least $50 million per year in production and storage costs."
Biden announced during conference call that he was "intent on changing the way the government does business," reminding listeners that "nobody wants these coins."
After Biden spoke, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner joked that "under relentless pressure" from Biden, the Treasury Department found ways to cut government spending.
Anyone with common sense knows the simple math of savings if $1 coin is used: $184 million (savings of coin durability) - $50 million (production and storage cost) = 134 million annually. (or that $184 million has covered that cost already?)CAGW Reacts to VP Biden’s Dollar Coin Announcement
December 13, 2011 02:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time
On March 4, 2011, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) issued a report highlighting the substantial benefits of discontinuing $1 notes in favor of $1 coins. The GAO estimated that phasing out the $1 note and increasing circulation of the $1 coin would save taxpayers an average of $184 million annually and a total of $5.5 billion over the next 30 years.
Most of the cost savings associated with coins comes from their comparative durability. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces approximately 3.4 billion $1 bills each year, each of which costs 4.2 cents to manufacture and lasts 40 months. By comparison, the $1 coin costs between 12 and 20 cents but has a lifespan of 30 years or more. The $1 coin also saves money because it is cheaper to handle and process.
The GAO report also points out that “Over the last 47 years, Australia, Canada, France, Japan, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Spain, and the UK, among others, have replaced lower-denomination notes with coins … Canadian officials later determined that the Canadian government saved $450 million (Canadian) between 1987 and 1991.”
CAGW President Tom Schatz said, “The Obama administration’s decision to kill the $1 coin is exactly the wrong policy choice, one that flies in the face of any supposed regard for taxpayers’ wallets and defies common sense. To make matters worse, it usurps Congress’s authority to legislate coinage and money production.
This is a typical story how the Feds control this country with their informants. Vice president Biden worked relentlessly to block the $1 coin. He was awarded the title "Sheriff". Though it was not the first time to propose of production of $1 coin, the occasion was significant. There is a deficit crisis in US economy. Social programs are cut to save money. Even Pentagon has to shrink its spending. Yet, the Feds has its way to squander taxpayers' money for its case.
723. Hacker, terrorists, the real name of the Feds (6/10/2012)
US always accuse other countries and international hackers attacking the internet. Recently, news revealed that US created virus "Stuxnet" and "flame" and attacked the other country with them. The criminal style is familiar. US had tried to frame Iraq to be the perpetrator of anthrax attack and finally scientists found it came from US own secret lab. So is Internet attack.
As a matter of fact, internet attack is a popular tactic used by the Feds. My computer is harassed by the Feds. The window screen I watch frequently missing. The written article lost paragraph function and being sectioned with different fonts and size, made it hard to read. Recently, some information stored in UBS is lost. Sometimes when I clicked up for a file, a pop up would say,Confirmed: US and Israel created Stuxnet, lost control of it
by Nate Anderson- June 1 2012
Another user is editing my file? Obviously it's the surveillance team. That's an open intimidation.File in use
False flag and framed case.rtf is locked for editing by ‘another user’.
Moreover, I have been blocked to access some web sites last month. They are:
*Contra Coast Times.
* The TribTalk Message Boards have been taken offline indefinitely. A server move a few weeks ago corrupted the database, which would mean starting over with the boards. Considering the resources available to do that, and the relatively small amount of traffic the boards get, the decision was made to simply close them. We thank you for your participation and invite you to join in our story comments at sltrib.com or interact with us on Twitter (@sltrib) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/saltlaketribune). If you have any questions or concerns please email email@example.com
*The forum you selected has been retired.
All these web sites were set up by media. Media, though controlled by the Feds, have their own opinion on free speech. For most time, they would rather close the board than to censor the speech. So I think the problem to block me to access these web sites were created by the Feds through the surveillance server.