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Comment: Re: and they use cash businesses as examples (Score 2) 424

by slick7 (#48234119) Attached to: Law Lets IRS Seize Accounts On Suspicion, No Crime Required
It's a bad law and I don't think... kinda says it all. I do think and I believe the Fed runs the biggest cash business of all. Stop the printing presses, back a government currency backed by precious metals. Hang all these "above the law" bankster cartels and their bought-dog politicians. Rescind the insane belief that corporations are persons. Go after the real persons in these corporations and put them out of our misery.

Comment: Re: Time for a revolution (Score 3, Interesting) 424

by slick7 (#48234043) Attached to: Law Lets IRS Seize Accounts On Suspicion, No Crime Required
The IRS is grabbing everything they can because of the BRICS alliance. The banksters have taken too much, for too long, and now the backlash is poised to bring it all to a grinding halt. First it was the bail-out. Now it will be the bail-in. Look at the bankster rules, your money in the bank is NOT your money. You deposited it and you can withdraw it ( for now ) during bankster hours, however, a time is soon approaching where this will end. Putin kicked out the Rockafellers out of Russia after paying off their debt to the crooks. Now look what is happening to Russia. The same thing will happen to the U. S. when the shtf. The Babylonian banking system needs to be cleaned from the top, down. Repossess these bastards with the same cold-blooded efficiency of a foreclosure.

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