They Own It All (Including You) By Means of Toxic Currency by Ronald MacDonald and Robert Rowen, M.D.
May 6, 2010 by Bob Livingston
“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark on their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:17-18
If you can get past the name of one of the authors and the religious reference to the beast and its mark as mentioned in the Bible, there is a lot of profundity in this book. Authors Ronald MacDonald and Robert Rowen, M.D., have researched their topic well and laid it out in a manner that is easy to follow.
They posit that the beast mentioned in the Bible is actually alive and well today and it is the international banking cartel (including the Federal Reserve) that spits out the fiat currency we use today.
Their beast is not religious in nature; it’s economic. And it should better be represented as the bea$t. But it still holds sway over economic transactions and everyone who has used fiat currency bears its mark, they say.
The authors build their case by citing Biblical references and old law dictionaries to show how words have changed their meanings in ever-so nuanced ways, and through those changes we have moved from being ruled under common law to maritime law. This change has drastically affected the rights we hold as individuals.
Using easy-to-understand examples they explain the concept of debt and how the bea$t now controls all currency. They also provide legal definitions of common, everyday words and how certain legal cases and the change to maritime law have affected what those words really mean.
And it started, they say, when the United States ceased using dollars backed by gold and silver and went to a fiat currency in 1933, when Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) stole the gold of Americans.
“…the (dollars) that were used until 1933 had both form and substance. A subtle change that few would take heed of sometime after 1933 was the substitution of for . The former has form only. A Jell-O mold has form, but without the Jell-O it lacks substance or real value. Seeing the mold at a distance, and unable to see that it lacked substance, you could be tricked,” they write.
Quoting from Modern Money Mechanics, the Federal Reserve’s own publication, they prove their point:
“In the United States neither paper currency nor deposits have value as commodities. Intrinsically, a dollar bill is just a piece of paper, deposits merely book entries. Coins do have some intrinsic value as metal, but generally far less than their face value.
“What, then, makes these instruments—checks, paper money, and coins—acceptable at face value in payment of all debts and for other monetary uses? Mainly, it is the confidence people have that they will be able to exchange such money for other financial assets and for real goods and services whenever they choose to do so.”
The authors write: “When you seek information directly from the bea$t (the international banking cartel of which the Federal Reserve is key), you discover that the ‘commodities’ of paper currency and demand deposits have no value other than the ‘confidence’ that someone else will accept it in trade.”
Because of this system of debased currency, everyone who touches or has touched fiat currency has received the mark of the bea$t. And you can no longer buy or sell without using the instruments of the beast, as the Revelation prophecy predicted.
Finally, they write that you yourself have become mere chattel, the property of the government. As chattel you possess no sovereign rights, but only privileges that are granted.
“You have been compelled out of the honest common law and your unalienable rights,” MacDonald and Rowen write. “In the latter, you were Sovereign. You have been cast into a jurisdiction of the Bea$t. Greed is ‘the Bea$t.’ In that jurisdiction, the Bea$t can forcibly take from you at will by hearsay accusation only. Yet when you present written claim to your property, like a gold certificate for your gold coin, the Bea$t confiscates it under threat of force. The Bea$t has it both ways. This matches the prophesy, word for word. It has come to pass, via illusion, beguilement and trickery. Honorable competition has ended. In this physical world, all material wealth (and You) belongs to Them (the International Bank$ters).”
MacDonald and Rowen believe there is no remedy in fleeing to another country because almost every other country in the world uses fraudulent liened bank notes, and hence the Bea$t’s money. The only recourse is to take whatever steps necessary to end the Federal Reserve and return to real dollars backed by gold and silver.
This book does an excellent job of taking the reader through the course of events that have stolen the liberty and our wealth of Americans. The simple examples and illustrations are easy to understand. It is a book that you should read if you want to know what is taking place in your country and why.