Saturday, March 19, 2011

Pissed beyond words- Liberty Dollar verdict is WRONG

I have to admit it: I feel enraged.

Something in the news has made me more angry than I ever remember being about something that didn't hit me personally. That "something" is the conviction of Bernard VonNothaus of the Liberty Dollar.

The government agents committed theft. The government dragged the case out rather than giving Bernard a fair and timely trial; meeting every deadline by only minutes. The government lied to get a conviction. The judge lied to get a conviction. The jury failed in its duty in order to return a conviction. There is plenty guilt, but where is the shame?

Every evil committed in connection with this case was committed by those associated with the government, or by the jury members who should have known better than to convict an obviously innocent man.

Usually I can forgive a jury since I know juries are selected to weed out anyone with any brains or ethical sense. This time I am too angry to let the jurors off on account of gross stupidity. They should have known better. If you are too stupid to be informed, you are just what the government looks for in a juror. A stupid cud chewer only too happy to be nothing more than a rubber stamp for the government's agenda.

Bernard NEVER presented the Liberty Dollar as US currency, and would have been insulted to have his REAL money be confused with the government's worthless FRNs or over-priced inferior silver coins.

I remember from the very first time I found the Liberty Dollar how careful he was to keep harping on the fact that it was NOT US currency or even a coin (although a coin it indeed is- in spite of government lies to the contrary which he was trying to coddle for his own protection).

He even had a statement from an "official" of the US government itself affirming that the Liberty Dollar WAS NOT "COUNTERFEIT" and WAS "LEGAL". And then the lying, kidnapping murderers stole his property and caged him anyway.

I saw an ironic statement somewhere yesterday (I forget where) that said: when has it ever been the case that "counterfeit money" was worth more than "real money"? Exactly right. There IS counterfeiting going on, but not by Liberty Dollar. The Federal Reserve is the world's biggest, most brutal and evil counterfeiter. And the government thugs who pursued and prosecuted Bernard (and the other victims of this case), and the taterheads who sat on that jury, are complicit in the counterfeiting and the kidnapping and theft. They are the domestic terrorists. I'd like to see them ALL held accountable.

Update: Part 2


  1. Now now, Kent, the system worked perfectly, see? We simply can not have the rabble going and humiliating the state's increasingly ridiculous fiat currency, by offering an alternative medium of exchange that actually works by comparison. The crime of embarrassing the state by going around its forced monopoly will--WILL--be punished.

    Because otherwise, people might get, you know, ideas.

  2. When we see gross injustice such as this, I wonder what an appropriate form of action is.

    I see stories like this, and I do not know how to rectify the problem from my personal point of view. I want to do something about it, but don't know what.

    The pragmatics of action cause me to freeze. I'm a tiny David, they are a massive goliath, I don't want to be crushed. The moral issues are crystal clear but how to bring justice in this case or any dozens like it really do cause me to be ashamed of my inaction and my fear to take action.

  3. A 67 year old possibly getting 25 years. Losing 7 million dollars worth of property to organized crime. Yeah, I can see a reason to be bent out of shape. I even had to sit a moment and reflect on this form of justice and what it means. The situation is just added to countless other violations yet it is March madness and the masses have better things to do than worry about some guy over yonder somewhere. As long as they aren't being cuffed and hauled away this open air prison ain't so bad in their eyes. It is a shame that many cannot reason and comunicate about things that really matter. Bread and circus, that is where their heads are at.

  4. And, Kevin W, ideas, you know, are DANGEROUS.

  5. Nanders, I don't know what the "appropriate" form of action might be. I'm not even sure "appropriate" would be appropriate in this instance. I know that what I think would be appropriate would be frowned upon by the vermin who benefit from injustices such as this.

    So, I'm wondering if it is now a "crime" to possess a Liberty Dollar.

  6. "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." - John F. Kennedy.