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They Own It All (Including You)!: By Means of Toxic Currency

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This book proves, in simple easy language, that we are living in a "Matrix". Behind a fraudulent and corrupt "monetary" system lies a hidden creditor. This book proves that this creditor is actually the puppeteer of an insolvent government and hidden master of all American citizens and courts. The creditor has deviously devised a monetary system based on exchange of debt owned and or liened by the creditor. As one may not see one specific tree in the forest, one does not see a hidden mark (lien) on every ...
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They Own It All (Including You)!: By Means of Toxic Currency

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Overview

This book proves, in simple easy language, that we are living in a "Matrix". Behind a fraudulent and corrupt "monetary" system lies a hidden creditor. This book proves that this creditor is actually the puppeteer of an insolvent government and hidden master of all American citizens and courts. The creditor has deviously devised a monetary system based on exchange of debt owned and or liened by the creditor. As one may not see one specific tree in the forest, one does not see a hidden mark (lien) on every transaction he makes, until that specific mark is actually pointed out. Then it becomes visible for all time. "They Own It All" proves that we all have become subject to a devious scheme for our daily transactions. The book reveals the common denominator for the economic implosion, loss of unalienable rights, rise of government tyranny, and how the servant (government) became the master, though itself serving a well hidden higher master. By making the invisible (toxic and liened currency) visible the Reader is empowered to remedy a collapsing society with solid steps to create a new order for the People, not the government and its hidden puppeteers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439233610
  • Publisher: BookSurge, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/8/2009
  • Pages: 258
  • Sales rank: 237,721
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.80 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Ron MacDonald is a Vietnam veteran who's spent the last 25 years studying law. His key interests are Fundamental Principles and Inherent Rights from which all other law arises. He's watched in dismay as unalienable Rights have been reduced to mere privileges. His overriding interest is for fellow citizens to be free of government tyranny.

Robert Rowen, MD is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Johns Hopkins University and UCSF Medical School. He is devoted to educating readers of his Second Opinion Newsletter on the real causes and remedies of illness (hint, not deficiencies of drugs). In his 26 years in the field, he has watched in dismay while forces of toxic medicine have organized through government to destroy its superior competition, biological healing. His overriding interest is freedom of medical regulatory tyranny.

Over 6 years friendship and countless hours discussions, these two interests mutually interacted to uncover the one common denominator related to loss of all our freedoms.

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

    Highly Recommend

    This book changes everything. Suddenly the travesty of our government enslavement of its people with crushing debt makes sense. I ordered 10 copies from the author's site just to share. It's that good.

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  • Posted September 22, 2012

    Very good. Read it all in one day. Fascinating details about l

    Very good. Read it all in one day. Fascinating details about legal changes in the U.S. that explain where we are today. Many common phrases in use today suddenly take on new meaning. Highly recommended.

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