Americans the Most Sheepish of People to Date

How else is it possible to explain:

1. It is difficult to exchange cows for cars.
2. The US Government, compelled by law, began minting gold and silver coin for public use as exchange material in 1792.
3. The US Government outlawed the private ownership of gold coin in 1933.
4. The US Government outlawed the private ownership of silver coin in 1967.
5. The US Government outlawed the valuation of US Dollars in terms of gold in 1971.
6. The US Government, compelled by law, requires the term “US Dollar”, now a meaningless numismatic soliloquy be printed on all newly minted bullion “coin” beginning in 1986.
7. The US Government outlawed the private ownership of pennies and nickels in 2006.

“We don’t want to see our pennies and nickels melted down…Replacing these coins would be an enormous cost to taxpayers.”

– US Mint Director Ed Moy, 2006

The 2006 regulations authorize a fine up to $10,000, imprisonment up to five years, and confiscation of all coin of violators who insist they own the coins in their possession.



All Your Coin Are Belong To Us. In addition to the land they dwell on and the pots they piss in, the American breed of sheeple do not even own the coin they use in exchange for toilet paper.


The shape of prosperity and progress. Currency destruction is helping to make “capital formation” an oxymoron.

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One Response to Americans the Most Sheepish of People to Date

  1. Louetta Quance says:

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