Ron Paul wants government to declare gold to be legal tender for payment of debt and taxes. Ron Paul wants to get government out of the free market in gold by having government intervene in the free market for gold. Ron Paul loves free market currency and gold so much, he wants government to end the free market in gold and other currencies by making gold and free market currencies legal tender for payment of debt and taxes. Ron Paul believes in the separation of markets and state so much that he believes the government should be commodity traders by making gold and other commodities to be legal tender. Ron Paul wants to nationalize gold and other free markets.
Ron Paul wants to steal a free lunch by having government intervene in free markets and declare gold to be legal tender, increasing the value of Ron Paul’s gold holdings, who seems to be quite the feudal land baron as well, stealing economic rent from the serfs. Ron Paul wants to coerce and force you to purchase his gold to pay your taxes and pay him rent. Ron Paul should be the Minister of Free Markets to convince Winston and the Libertarians from 1984 that crony capitalism is free market capitalism.
“Many readers may be surprised to learn the extent to which the Graduate Institute and then Mises himself in the years immediately after he came to United States were kept afloat financially through generous grants from the Rockefeller Foundation. In fact, for the first years of Mises’s life in the United States, before his appointment as a visiting professor in the Graduate School of Business Administration at New York University (NYU) in 1945, he was almost totally dependent on annual research grants from the Rockefeller Foundation.” – Richard M. Ebeling, The Life and Works of Ludwig von Mises
“There’s nothing to fear from globalism, free trade and a single worldwide currency…. The effort in recent decades to unify government surveillance over all world trade and international financial transactions through the UN, IMF, World Bank, WTO, ICC, the OECD, and the Bank of International Settlements can never substitute for a peaceful world based on true free trade, freedom of movement, a single but sound market currency, and voluntary contracts with private property rights…. The ultimate solution will only come with the rejection of fiat money worldwide, and a restoration of commodity money. Commodity money if voluntarily and universally accepted could give us a single world currency requiring no money managers, no manipulators orchestrating a man-made business cycle with rampant price inflation.” — Ron Paul, Congressional Record, March 13, 2001
Lewis Lehrman and Ron Paul wrote The Case for Gold. Lewis Lehrman is a PNAC board member and also wrote Money and the Coming World Order: The Creation of International Monetary Order.
King George’s gold standard is the endgame. The aristocrats want the serfs to pay interest on national debt and mortgages to them in gold. Deflation is theft. The minting of cheap bronze and silver coins built Rome. Deflation and the gold standard collapsed Rome and caused the Great Depression. Are you going to love your austerity and call it prosperity? Are you going to love your slavery and call it freedom?
Brer Rabbit yells to Brer Fox, “Don’t throw me in the briar patch!”
Goldsmith Rothschild yells to Ron Paul, “Don’t setup a world gold standard!”
“Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” — Matthew 7:15
The article is intended to clarify that Ron Paul and the Austrian School of Economics are a walking contradiction. The author supports ending fractional reserve banking, ending the Federal Reserve, paying off the national debt, and ending the use of interest-bearing bonds to finance deficit spending, with a debt-free public legal tender issued and regulated by the Congress and U.S. Treasury, free of the usury and economic rent of gold and the usury of bank credit. The government printing necessary to bring partial reserves to full reserves and prevent deflation is enough to pay off the national debt and end income taxation. The author also supports ending all taxation on labor and real capital (capital produced by human labor, such as machines, tools, and technology, not capital created by law, such as land title and legal tender), funding a minimum government with land value taxation and monetary expansion necessary to prevent deflation and to encourage and allow economic growth, and ending social programs with a universal and flat citizen dividend funded by collected land rents and monetary origination. The author is considered to be a real libertarian who believes in classical liberalism, Georgism, and natural law. Read Dan Sullivan’s Are You a Real Libertarian or a Royal Libertarian for a primer on the principles of true libertarianism with a foundation in classical liberalism, Georgism, and natural law.