As most of you know much of our current law was
based on English case law. Hence, this was the Royal Mint's disposition of
counterfeiters and forgers. The methods
employed for carrying out the death penalty are appropriate even today.:
SOLOMON IDSWELL, Deception
> forgery, 20th May 1795.
Offence: Deception > forgery
Are Counterfeiting and Treason any less painful a crime upon the people
today? We vote "Nay!" Hasn't our central government stolen real
money by bank note deception and broken sworn promises of redeemability
from the American people and their foreign trading partners? And haven't our
current leaders and appointees past and present lied knowingly to perpetuate
these crimes ? To
this, we vote "Yea!" on both charges.
Our preferred method of
punishment would be by "dissected and anatomised".
Rehabilitation is not up for reconsideration.
That's already been shown to be
a failed remedy.Plate IV: The Reward of Cruelty
by William Hogarth
Section 19 of coinage act of 1792:
death penalty for debasing currency
And be it further enacted, That if any of the gold or silver coins which
shall be struck or coined at the said mint shall be debased or made worse as
to the proportion of the fine gold or fine silver therein contained, or shall
be of less weight or value than the same out to be pursuant to the directions
of this act, through the default or with the connivance of any of the
officers or persons who shall be employed at the said mint, for the purpose
of profit or gain, or otherwise with a fraudulent intent, and if any of the
said officers or persons shall embezzle any of the metals which shall at any
time be committed to their charge for the purpose of being coined, or any of
the coins which shall be struck or coined at the said mint, every such
officer or person who shall commit any or either of the said offenses, shall
be deemed guilty of felony, and shall suffer death. section 19 of coinage
act of 1792
The Federal Reserve debased our currency. Take a
look at your coinage. See any gold or silver there?
The founders of this nation knew that banks left to themselves,
would substitute cheap metal tokens for real money. They had seen it happen
in England, and they saw the results; massive unemployment and poverty for
So the Founders created a monetary system based on government-issued currency
of fixed real value, for the use of the people without interest. And the
United States flourished.
Then the bankers wormed their way back into the system, bought the Congress
and a President, replaced the government issued public currency with currency
borrowed from their banks at interest... and debased the gold and silver
By that last act, every member of the Federal Reserve system (and their
enablers in Congress and the Treasury) is in violation of Section 19 of the
coinage act of 1792.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009 at 07:56
Source: section 19 of coinage act of 1792:
death penalty for debasing currency | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED