Monday, September 27, 2010

Obama Is Worse Than Bush: Looks To Control Cross-Border Money Flows

Under the thinly disguised excuse of trying to control organized crime and terrorism, Obama's Polituburo has introduced a proposal that would require all banks and Western Union to report all cross-border financial transactions.  Here's the news report:  LINK

Let's cut to the chase here.  To begin with, it can probaby be argued that this further violates the Constitutional implied right to privacy, which was established with Griswold v. Connecticut, a landmark decision which led to the Roe v.  Wade decision.  If this proposal becomes law, BHO will have once again lifted his leg and urinated on the Constitution, one of the favorite activities of his predecessor and seemingly a source of great satisfaction as well for the current POTUS.

That in and of itself is bad enough.  But what's really going on here is a movement by Government to control capital flows in and out of the country.  This is one of the hallmarks of a failing system and one in which devaluation of the currency is about to go parabolic.

As Barak continues the shift of our system from freedom to fascism, there are a lot of reasons to move as much of your wealth as possible into gold/silver and a lot of reasons to regard Obama as a complete scumbag and a failure.  This proposal, should it become law, is yet another reason for both.


  1. One great advantage we have over other nations is the ability the Arm ourselves...

    Do so diligently

  2. Ya and if BHO has his way, we'll lose that right too.

  3. Looks like the bastards at the LBMA are heavy into manipulation this morning

  4. VigiliantVirginianTuesday, 28 September, 2010

    That's why BHO must be a one-term president. The country and the Constitution would be utterly destroyed if he is elected to a second term. Thankfully, the reclamation/restoration project begins on Nov. 2nd.


  6. i know everyone has his/her political religion and faith that their side is the *better* side, but both parties, its leaders, and those to whom they're beholden have been running this country into the ground for decades if not MUCH longer. the people have been regularly regularly robbed, at least since the FED was put in place in 1913.

    please try not to think about things as we must get this party out of office. they're both horrible and that power needs to be decentralized, imho.

  7. SatyaPranava has an excellent point "... try not to think about things as we must get this party out of office. they're both horrible ..."

    In Colorado, citizen petitions to reduce the size of government are on the ballot (Amend 60,61 & Prop 101). Huge forces are working against them. If all three pass, the size of state/local gov't will return to 2007.

    Dave in Denver, are you supporting the ballot measures? Do you want some bumper stickers or yard signs?