The biggest winner of the 2012 election were the 2/3rd of the American population who decided not to waste their time voting for a Goldman Sachs candidate. It was no surprise that Goldman Sachs would win the election considering that Goldman Sachs owns the media. However, it was surprising that Gary Johnson, the candidate of Peter Thiel’s Feudaltopia, captured over a million votes for 1% of the total vote. In retrospect, I guess it is no surprise since the Goldman Sachs’ candidates were not very attractive.
As you may know, Peter Thiel runs Pay Pal, is an elected member of the Bilderberg steering committee, is a major contributor to Bilderberg, and is a major contributor to right-wing libertarian candidates, who promote the total deregulation of markets, which emulates the classical conservativism of feudalism, where the wealthy are able to dominate land and extract rents from the working class. It also represents the business of usury, where wealthy people are able to dominate the supply of money as interest-bearing credit, the very medium in which we all must use to pay land rents and pay our taxes and what we commonly use to trade the fruits of our toil.
There is no freedom when we’re born in debt with the need to finance our future and rent a limited supply of land from those who already dominate it. We are forced to accept the terms of the wealthy to even legally put our feet on the ground.
While Goldman Sachs was offering a neofeudalism, building bigger bureaucracies for the benefit of big banks, Pay Pal was offering a classical feudalism, breaking big bureaucracies for the benefit of big banks. 99% of the people who voted seem to agree they want the working class to be slaves to the big banks and their corporations. 1% just wants to call their own enslavement to big banks and their corporations as freedom.
Unfortunately, there wasn’t a choice for better government for the benefit of working people and small business. Jill Stein of the Green Party promotes LVT and usury-free greenbacks, but she ruins the good proposals with social eugenics, wanting to tax anything and everything from Mountain Dew to carbon atoms. The geolibertarian cause is not financially supported by the Bilderbergs and foundations funded by robber barons. While the classical feudalists and neofeudalists believe only wealthy people have the right to dominate and own land value, the classical liberals and modern geolibertarians believe all people have the right to own an equal share of land value.
The geolibertarians like the classical liberals want to fully tax undeveloped land value, preventing the monopolization of land unless it used, eliminating land speculation, making land use more efficient, and making the supply of land more available for the working class to afford. Furthermore, the geolibertarians, like the classical liberals, want to end all taxation upon labor and the developed land value, funding government with raw land values.
The geolibertarians, like the hardcore classical liberal Thomas Paine, who rallied the troops to cross the Potomac and defeat the redcoat mercenaries in a surprise attack, want to make sure people are guaranteed their right to an equal share of land value by providing a flat citizen dividend with such collected land rents. The land owners would pay rents to the citizens rather than have citizens pay rents to land owners, which is the opposite of the feudalism and colonialism of classical conservatism and opposite the neofeudalism of modern democratic republics and the neocolonialism of modern banana republics.
The libertarians of Peter Thiel’s Feudaltopia claim they’re against taxation of labor and coercion, but they seem to be fine with a volunteer government which protects the ownership of land by force of those able to purchase it and claim title to it, while forcing the rest of us to pay land rents or enter into agreements of servitude to such individuals.
The geolibertarians want to extend government to end the usury upon the money supply. Geolibertarians believe the legal tender in which taxes and land rents are paid to be a natural public utility. Legal tender is a creature of law, as land ownership itself is a creature of law, and such should remain strictly a creature law, not a state-granted privilege of the wealthy to charge interest.
Monetary origination should reside with the government to benefit the working class and the tax payer rather than benefit the wealthy usurer. The government should not borrow money and put the burden of paying interest upon the tax payer and those who work and give money value. The government should print the money. Monetary origination can fund government, and it has done so in two critical times of American history to fund the American Revolution and the American Civil War.
The libertarians of Peter Thiel’s Feudaltopia want to have a free market in money. I’m just wondering how much interest someone will have to pay to buy or rent land in that free market of money for what is really nothing but an unstable barter system of commodities as interest-bearing credit under their proposed system. In the end, people will be scammed by funny money or commodity crashes, leaving the majority of the people homeless and in servitude to the land speculators, the usurers, and the most wealthy, if they are even extended that opportunity to live and survive upon the land.