View Full Version : Federal Reserve and Petrodollar

02-06-2016, 04:06 AM
What are your thoughts on the Federal Reserve and the Petrodollar? Is the dishonesty, corruption, and violence worth our economic status? Or should we return to a sound, honest currency, and economy that actually respects our rights and sets the world free? But in turn we will loose our status as the worlds number one economic power.

08-12-2016, 09:32 AM
The main thing I want to address is that if the Guard is no longer a militia since it accepts federal money for all aspects of operation and can be federalized at any moment, then it is less a well regulated militia and more a reserve force for the federal military. So then where does rights of the 2nd amendment extend to if not the Guard? State defense troops? Locally organized militias?

03-27-2017, 01:49 AM
I was referring to The United States central bank. But it was a sad day when the Guard started taking federal money. It was a huge blow to states rights. The second amendment extends to the active military, guard, and reserves as the regulated militia. It also extends to the unorganized militia (The People) in the fact that "The right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." All a militia really is are armed fighting aged men and women. put the organized and unorganized militias of the United States together and you have the largest army in the world.

05-21-2018, 03:24 PM
I say go back to the gold standard, but that will never happen. Can not print gold.

12-27-2020, 06:28 PM
The 2nd Amendment is not a Right. The 2nd Amendment only tries to put a dog collar on the Centralized Federal Government and our DC employees from infringing on our Creator Endowed Unalienable Human Natural Rights!

The Right to Keep and Bear Arms, merely protects our Right to Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.

One could say, that,... a citizen's ability to have a Life of liberty and Happiness is dependent on his ability to protect such Natural Rights from all enemies, foreign and domestic, that would cause harm against such Natural Rights!

Thankfully, our Rights do not come from our Constitution, e.g., there is no such thing as a Constitutional Right,... if they were derived from the Constitution, all/some of those entrusted with authority and power by the people, could change, or, remove said Rights.

The founding fathers were truly ahead of their time, and spiritually inspired, when they ratified our Constitution,... imo.