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Benjamin Franklin was correct when he claimed that the shutting down of the CommonWealth's colonial scrip by Parliament in 1764 was the principal cause of the American Revolution, but yet Benjamin Franklin himself was a major player in destroying the colonial scrip after the insurrection of 1776. Can it be said that Benjamin Franklin promoted Liberty? Most definitely NOT. Benjamin Franklin knew the powerful Freedom promoting aspects of the colonial scrip of the four CommonWealth's that were in existence, but yet Franklin was a major player in destroying it, along with our Freedoms. Shame on Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and the other floundering scoundrels. Shame on the writers and promoters of the U.S. CONstitution.

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When in 1690 the Massachusetts legislature became the first government in the Western world to issue a paper money, private paper credit instruments circulated widely in European and imperial communities, usually in the form of promissory notes (personal promises to pay off a debt) and bills of exchange (instruments, akin to our modern-day personal checks, which drew from a third-party credit source). While the Massachusetts paper money, or 'bills of credit,' grew out of these already established private instruments, they were different in that they bore the promise of the government itself.
From 'Securing the commonwealth:
Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America' By Jennifer J. Baker

At the age of 23, during his own rise on credit, Franklin wrote of the 'nature and necessity' of a paper currency in his adopted colony of Pennsylvania, emphasizing that borrowing was not necessarily the indulgence of the profligate but a legitimate tool for individuals and communities working to overcome economic restrictions.
From 'Securing the commonwealth:
Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America' By Jennifer J. Baker

The Subject of Paper Currency is in itself very intricate, and I believe, understood by few; I mean as to its Consequences in Futurum: And tho' much might be said on that Head, I apprehend it to be the less necessary for me to handle it at this Time, because EXPERIENCE, (more prevalent than all the Logic in the World) has fully convinced us all, that it has been, and is now of the greatest Advantage to the County.
From 'Securing the commonwealth:
Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America' By Jennifer J. Baker

When the colony of Massachusetts began retiring its bills of credit on March 31, 1750, under order from British Parliament, the printer Joseph Green inssued a ballad broadside applauding the role those bills had played in six decades of colonial settlement.
From 'Securing the commonwealth:
Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America' By Jennifer J. Baker

Nowhere in the parts of Jennifer Baker's book that are available for consumption on the internet could I find a definition of just exactly what a commonwealth is, and if it is in there, I would suspect that it would not explain it's true nature of elimination of all taxation, which is maddening, considering the name of the book itself.

My Name Old Tenor is, 'tis true, I own,
And by that Name have many Years been known.
But what alas! is all this Stir and Noise!
Have I not been quite just unto your Cause?
Indeed I've help'd the Poor Man in Distress,
And eas'd the Widow and the Fatherless.
I've built you Houses, for to keep you warm,
And bought you Cattle for to plow your Land.
When in Distress, a helping Hand I've been,
And purchas'd Things to carry you to your End.

Joseph Green, 'The Dying Speech of Old Tenor,' 1750

This indented Bill of Two Shillings and Six Pence shall pass Current for the Sum herein mentioned in all Payments according to the Directions of an Act of Assembly of Maryland. MARYLAND BILL OF CREDIT, ISSUED 1733

Instead of taxes being used to pay interest, interest should be used to pay taxes.
-- gene karl - one of Eric WhoRU's students.

Benjamin Franklin knew this when he printed the Colonial Scrip for the CommonWealth of Pennsylvania. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania created what was essentially a Land Bank and loaned money to the people of the Commonwealth with interest. The notes were mortgages that were backed up by the people's homes, land and other real property. The interest payments on the notes were paid back to the Commonwealth which eliminated many of the taxes for the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth did have taxes, but they were well on their way to eliminate all taxation whatsoever. The federalist agents of the crown, the whigs and aristocrats and Masonic Lodge members had slogans like 'No taxation without representation'. Whereas the real patriots, the Anti-Federalists had slogans like 'No King But Jesus' and 'No Taxation Period' because they were very much in favor of the Commonwealth system of money which was good scrip backed up by real property. Each scrip was a 'sliver' of the total note and made good money, not to be confused with the 'Continental Dollar' which was not backed up at all.

Benjamin Franklin admitted that this use of the colonial scrip was a great money system that worked very well and he also stated that this was the major cause of the American Revolution because the crown wasn't getting their taxes.

After the Revolution, it was people the likes of Franklin and all the other Federalists who conceived and drafted the United States Constitution, that committed treason with this new and liberty usurping Masonic document which literally destroyed the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia and Kentucky because within the Constitution itself, it prohibited the states from 'emitting bills of credit'.

Then to add insult to injury, a number of these agents of crown law, lined their own pockets by investing in the Bank of North America. Even Thomas Paine invested in this bank. The rest is history and we have been in debt and taxation ever since. - gene karl

Wikipedia on the Bank of North America on the Bank of North America

Money in North American History

Chest of Books on The Bank Of North America

Look what it says in Wikipedia as of June 21, 2008 about Colonial Scrip:

Colonial Scrip was a paper fiat money as opposed to specie issued by the colonies in the pre-revolution era, up until 1775. It was an altogether different money from Continental currency; which was money issued during the American Revolution, that depreciated rapidly, to fund the war effort.

Colonial Scrip was not backed by gold or silver and therefore the Colonies could control its purchasing power. This was similar to the "tally stick" system used by the British Empire for over 700 years. It was different from the conventional European mercantilist system of money which required governments to borrow from banks and pay interest for those loans, as gold and silver were the only regarded forms of money. Colonial Scrip, however, were "bills of credit" created by the government, based on the credit of that government, and this meant that there was no interest to pay for the introduction of money. This went a considerable way towards defraying the expense of the Colonial governments and in maintaining prosperity. The Governments charged low interest when it loaned out this paper money to its citizens, with land as collateral, and this interest income lowered the tax burden on the people, contributing to prosperity.

The currency was born when a lack of gold and silver in the Colonies made trade hard to conduct, and a barter system prevailed. One by one, the Colonies began to issue their own paper money to serve as a medium of exchange to make trade vibrant. The Governments could then retire excess notes out of circulation by taxing the people, helping some Colonies generally avoid inflation. (Actually taxation could be totally eliminated. The Governments could retire excess notes out of circulation by raising the interest rate slightly to avoid inflation, however, many of the causes of inflation, like taxation for one thing, would be no longer a plague upon the people.) Each Colony had its own currency and some were better managed than others. It was banned by English Parliament in the Currency Act after Benjamin Franklin had explained the benefits of this currency to the British Board of Trade. Outlawing the circulating medium caused a depression in the Colonies, and Franklin and many others believed it to be the true cause of the American Revolution.

Main article: Pennsylvania pound
The Pennsylvania version of this currency was said to be the most effective, because they controlled the money supply and issued only enough notes so as to satisfy the demands of trade, preventing inflation. In 1938, Dr. Richard A. Lester, an economist at Princeton University, wrote that “The price level during the 52 years prior to the American Revolution and while Pennsylvania was on a paper standard was more stable than the American price level has been during any succeeding fifty-year period.” Pennsylvania established a "land bank" that allowed landowners to borrow Scrip with their land as collateral. They could borrow twice the value of their land, half of it representing actual land value, and the other half representing production potential of the land. The loan was to be retired over a set period of years, with the land ownership being restored to the citizen upon payment. When the loan was fully retired, another loan could be taken out.

Benjamin Franklin

Front page of Benjamin Franklin's autobiography Benjamin Franklin helped create the Pennsylvania Scrip, and in his autobiography he wrote of this currency:

The utility of this currency became by time and experience so evident as never afterwards to be much disputed

Franklin believed the shutting down of this paper money by Parliament in 1764 was the principal cause of the American Revolution, as did many other prominent Americans. Peter Cooper, founder of Cooper Union College, Vice-President of the New York Board of Currency, US Presidential Candidate in 1876, and one-time colleague of Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin, said in his 1883 book Ideas for a Science of Good Government, (full text can be found here):
"After Franklin had explained…to the British Government as the real cause of prosperity, they immediately passed laws, forbidding the payment of taxes in that money. This produced such great inconvenience and misery to the people, that it was the principal cause of the Revolution. A far greater reason for a general uprising, than the Tea and Stamp Act, was the taking away of the paper money."

Adam Smith
Adam Smith wrote of the Pennsylvania currency in his famed 1776 work The Wealth of Nations:

The government of Pennsylvania, without amassing any [gold or silver], invented a method of lending, not money indeed, but what is equivalent to money to its subjects. [It advanced] to private people at interest, upon [land as collateral], paper bills of credit…made transferable from hand to hand like bank notes, and declared by act of assembly to be legal tender in all payments...[the system] went a considerable way toward defraying the annual expense…of that…government [low taxes]. [Pennsylvania’s] paper currency…is said never to have sunk below the value of gold and silver which was current in the colony before the…issue of paper money.

Colonial Scrip popular and proven to stave off hunger in a depression

Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania

Letters From a Pennsylvania Farmer

Was John Dickinson a true Anti-Federalist or was he part of the controlled opposition? His 'Letters From a Pennsylvania Farmer' were published. Was he the one and the same 'Farmer' who wrote parts of the Anti-Federalist Papers? Description and praise for the Commonwealths and the colonial scrip were not found in the published Anti-Federalist Papers and one only paragraph is mentioned about it in his 'Letters From a Pennsylvania Farmer'. And yet, John Dickinson went on to take part in the drafting of the Articles of Confederation and in the drafting of the Constitution of the United States, both of which were acts of Federalism if we ever were to see one.

John Dickinson distinguished himself by siding with the Proprietary party against the faction led by Benjamin Franklin that sought to turn Pennsylvania from a Penn family governed commonwealth to a colony immediately under Royal control. (More evidence against Benjamin Franklin showing how he was active in committing Treason and destroying the commonwealth.

If at length it becomes undoubted that an inveterate resolution is formed to annihilate the liberties of the governed, the English history affords frequent examples of resistance by force. What particular circumstances will in any future case justify such resistance can never be ascertained till they happen. Perhaps it may be allowable to say generally, that it never can be justifiable until the people are fully convinced that any further submission will be destructive to their happiness. —Letter III, From a Pennsylvania Farmer, John Dickinson

The Townsend Acts

Did the Townsend Acts encompass the taxing of mortgage documents issued by the Commonwealths? Or even the colonial scrip themselves? According to Chaffin, "Townshend Acts", page 126, says Wikipedia, "The purpose of the Townshend Acts was to raise revenue in the colonies to pay the salaries of governors and judges so that they would be independent of colonial control, to create a more effective means of enforcing compliance with trade regulations, to punish the province of New York for failing to comply with the 1765 Quartering Act, and to establish the precedent that the British Parliament had the right to tax the colonies." These were draconian laws operating in direct contradiction to the well laid plans of the American Commonwealths, there can be no other explanation.

But consider most of all The Stamp Act of 1765 Wikipedia states, "Because of its potential wide application to the colonial economy, the Stamp Act was judged by the colonists to be the most dangerous."

Wikipedia goes on to say, "Ironically, on the same day as the massacre in Boston, Parliament began to consider a motion to partially repeal the Townshend duties.[3] Most of the new taxes were repealed, but the tax on tea was retained. The British government continued in its attempt to tax the colonists without their consent, however, and the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution followed." Or shall we more accurately say that the American Commonwealths and their colonial scrip were routed out. How many Anti-Federalists operating the Commonwealths were killed during this operation, who were they, and how come the new so-called founding fathers actively worked to destroy the American Commonwealths with their Articles of Confederation and their Constitution for the United States, while these same so-called founding fathers were all members for the most part of the Masonic Lodges?

Even Samuel Adams skirts around the real issue by stating, "If Taxes are laid upon us in any shape without our having a legal Representation where they are laid, are we not reduced from the Character of free Subjects to the miserable State of tributary Slaves." To skirt the issue of eliminating all taxation with the colonial scrip, these so-called Liberty boys turn the argument into a general one of 'no taxation without representation' without getting specifically into the design and character of the American Commonwealths, the best form of government ever devised. 'Free Subjects' Mr. Adams? Since when are 'subjects' ever a Free People? Subjects of legislation and subject to acts of Congress? Get to the root of the matter Mr. Adams. Samuel Adams may make good beer but the worthiness of his argument is highly watered down while the elite have become drunk with our taxes.

And again, what of Thomas Paine? Although many Anti-Federalists still love him, I'm not sure I do. Remember, he actually was a tax collector in England, and also when I read his books 'Common Sense' and 'The Rights of Man', I was not overly impressed, in fact, I was quite disappointed. And even though he may have written the Declaration of Independence instead of Thomas Jefferson, the declaration itself says that we should be 'free and independent states'. States? What about Commonwealths, Mr. Paine? No, I'm not going to browse on this lightly Mr. Paine, what about Commonwealths? Surely you have heard of them, have you not Mr. Paine? You know, tax-free Commonwealths instead of tax ridden states subservient to so-called higher plateaus of government controlling them? Where else in the world do any other governments on the face of the planet call themselves 'states'? These states are so ridden with different levels of government that freedom can no longer be found there. Neighborhood governing associations, cities, counties, states, federal government, United Nations, federal reserve banking sucking the life blood of the economy out of them. Doomed towards enslavement into a one world banking system unless something is done fast. No Mr. Paine, I don't see how your 'Rights of Man' and 'Commonsense' had the inspirational flair to rally the people towards revolution. Your booklets were nonsensical and boring to boot and added insult to injury with hardly any respect towards the Creator of the Universe and His only Begotten Son, Our Lord and Savior Yavashuah, also known as Jesus the Christ. No Mr. Paine, there is much more inspiration for true Freedom and Liberty found within the pages of scripture, both the Old and the New Testaments of our Lord and Savior and its reading caused many an Anti-Federalist to rebel all taxation pursuant to Ezra 7:24 and cry out 'No King but Jesus!'. Amen. So go on Mr. Paine, you don't fool me. Your false rebellion found in 'Commonsense', 'The Rights of Man' and even 'The Declaration of Independence' sold us down the river, denied the deity of Our Lord and Savior and contributed to the establishment of the states and their perpetual forms of taxation instead of the goal of tax-free forms of government known as the American Commonwealths. And also remember a paragraph written above that again needs to be repeated: 'Then to add insult to injury, a number of these agents of crown law, lined their own pockets by investing in the Bank of North America. Even Thomas Paine invested in this bank.' Mr. Paine, we now have enough information to indict you as a conspirator in this headlong progression into a one world government and one world banking system and we are sorry that you too have betrayed the American People. Once again, 'No King but Jesus.' And as far as 'diesm' being honored, I too believe that diesm has some good points. Reasoning is a good thing. I use it daily. I am reasoning with you now. And I can find no better reasoning than the reasoning taught by Jesus the Christ, as fallible as I may be.

Tom Paine may or may not have been a member of any Masonic Lodge, I have no proof, many webpages say that he wasn't, however there is one Masonic Lodge that is named after Thomas Paine, the Thomas Paine Lodge in Paris.
1. On their website, they explain 'why Thomas Paine'. His name is associated forever with the Great Republic, (not a defender of the Commonwealths, the debt we owe to Thomas Paine is not one of gratitude, it has become a national debt denominated in $.)
2. On their website, they challenge the world to show that Thomas Paine ever wrote one line, one word in favor of tyranny. Answer: He wrote those words when he signed his name when he joined the masonic Bank of North America. He wrote those words when he penned the word 'states' into the Declaration of Independence instead of Commonwealths. He wrote those words when he penned 'United States of America' instead of free and independent Commonwealths.
3. Thomas Paine's physician, according to their website, 'just as the cold hand of death was touching the patriot's heart, whispered in the dull ear of the dying man: "Do you believe, or do you wish to believe, that Jesus Christ is the son of God?" And the reply was: "I have no wish to believe on that subject."' These words fit right into line with much Masonic philosphy. The belief is not to be indebted to Jesus Christ, instead be indebted to the international bankers.
4. On their website: 'Paine was the first man to write these words, "The United States of America." He was the first great champion of absolute separation from England. He was the first to urge the adoption of a Federal Constitution.' And no where did Thomas Paine defend the Commonwealths. Instead his plan propelled us headlong into indebtedness to the Bank of North America.
5. One their website: Paine 'was in prison in France. He had committed the crime of voting against the execution of the king. Paine being an American citizen asked Washington, then President, to say a word to Robespierre on his behalf. Washington remained silent. In the calmness of power, the serenity of fortune, Washington, the President, read the request of Paine, the prisoner, and with the complacency of assured fame consigned to the waste-basket of forgetfulness the patriot's cry for help. In this controversy, my sympathies (the writer's on the Thomas Paine Masonic Lodge website) are with the prisoner.' So what of this controversy between Washington and Paine? It shows that Washington was a higher level Mason than Paine. It shows the true character of Washington. It shows the grand scheme of things.

Again, Thomas Paine may not have been a Mason, but there is a Lodge named after him. I can find no lodge honoring the real definition of the American Commonwealths where instead of taxes being used to pay interest to the international bankers, interest on loans from the government should be used to pay all the taxes. Just visiting their websites give me the creeps.

According to one website I found when I googled 'Thomas Paine Masonic Lodge': The majority of the commanders of the Continental Army were Freemasons and members of "Army Lodges." Most of Washington's Generals were Freemasons. The Boston Tea Party was planned at the Green Dragon Tavern, also known as the "Freemasons' Arms," and "the Headquarters of the Revolution." Do you see how we are continually being lied to and deceived? The masons weren't leading their men to fight for freedom, they were leading the charge into a one world banking system by not defending the Commonwealths.

Want more proof that Thomas Paine was against the American Commonwealths? He was against the colonial scrip, which means he was against the Commonwealths, calling it paper money. Thomas Paine on Paper Money Thomas Paine was definitely no friend of the American Commonwealths. A traitor be he.

According to the Bible, Jesus, a mystical and prolific spiritual teacher, was charged for tax protesting crimes and inciting disobedience against the Roman oppressors and authorities. Luke 23:1-2 (NIV) explicitly states: Then the whole assembly rose and led him off to Pilate. And they began to accuse him, saying, "We have found this man subverting our nation. He opposes payment of taxes to Caesar and claims to be Christ, a king."

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Dear State Legislator,

Please fine enclosed a video DVD and a rough draft of a proposed 28th
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These two items set forth and explain the means whereby the
Legislatures of the Fifty Sovereign States can take back control of
the Federal Government by Federalizing the ownership and control of
the central bank, the Federal Reserve System, and having all
oversight thereof assigned to the Legislatures of the Fifty States.

In addition to the foregoing this Amendment will also reassign the
war making authority away from the Federal Congress and assign this
awesome power to the Legislatures of the Fifty Sovereign States.

In addition this Amendment removes the authority of the Federal
Congress to borrow money on the good faith and credit of the United
States - and forbids any level of government from borrowing money
from any source what-so-ever (it does not stop bond issues in the

Under this plan all manner of taxation will be totally and forever
eliminated under all four levels of government, which will thereafter
be funded by interest collected on loans extended to private sector
borrowers by the People's Central Bank.

The Legislature of each State will have authority to determine how
much money shall be credited to the Treasury of the United States -
the Federal Congress shall have absolutely no oversight or other
control or access to the People's Central Bank or the money system of
the Federation.

The crediting of interest collected on loans to private sector
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Creating the U.S. Dollar Currency Union, 1748-1811: A Quest for Monetary Stability or a Usurpation of State Sovereignty for Personal Gain?* by Farley Grubb

Colonial Scrip

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

The Currency Act of 1764 is an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain

The Web of Debt by Ellen Brown

The Grip Of Death by Michael Rowbotham

The Grip Of Death by Michael Rowbotham

Money in North American History

Benjamin Franklin - A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency (1729)

History of the Bank of Kentucky, 1792-1895 By Basil Wilson Duke

It is my belief that a Commonwealth is an entity of government whereby the Commonwealth printed their own scrip which was loaned into circulation and backed up by the borrower's land and real estate security, (mortgages), and the interest on these loans was used to pay the taxes (at least in part) for the operation of such government. Four of the constituent states of the United States officially designated themselves Commonwealths: Kentucky, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. To learn more, do a search for each of these commonwealths as follows: commonwealth Virginia scrip Although some other 'states' (estates of the crown?) also issued scrip, the struggle to operate these states as commonwealths was lost to agents of the crown just the same as it was also lost in the Commonwealths themselves who are now just a shell of what they once were. After the civil war Georgia's scrip was worthless because of federal edict. In addition, the war-making decision powers still reside in federal hands, which is unconstitutionally misused by the U.S. President, instead of properly residing in the legislative bodies of each nation-state. And so evil powers ruled once more.

Massachusetts not permitted to emit bills of credit pursuant to U.S.CONstitution? Read 1902 - 1906 Supplement of the Revised Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

The states not permitted to issue bills of credit? Look at US obsolete civil war scrip from northern states

The Public Domain: Its History, with Statistics By Thomas Donaldson

Public Land Laws Passed by Congress from March 4, 1869, to March 3, 1875

Public Land Laws: Passed by Congress from March 4, 1875, to April 1, 1882

Even City, Town, and County Notes have been issued 1860 - 1862

County and Sheriff Notes - During the years of the Confederacy, 1861-1865, many Counties in Virginia were forced to issue as currency, notes or scrip in sums equal to the amounts authorized for arming and equipping their volunteers, to support the families of those indigent and in and in service, and to replace the coins that rapidly disappeared from circulation. This action was authorized by Acts of the General Assembly passed on March 29, 1862. Prior to this, the sheriffs of many counties issued notes or scrip to meet the emergency or to carry on business. Most of these county and sheriff notes are typeset and were printed locally on any type of paper that was available. You will find some printed on circulars and others on the back of bank notes and bills of exchange. Paper was a very scarce item during this period. The General Assembly passed an Act on September 22, 1863 to suppress the further issuance of small notes to be used as currency by the Counties of the Commonwealth.

Scrip Corporations

The Money Masters: How International Bankers Gained Control of America

Take Your Money

Gun Confiscation - clip from Washington, You're Fired

Washington You're Fired - Intro to Chaper 3


Demand to Eliminate All Taxation

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Jus soli

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Birthright citizenship in the United States of America

Early American Land Bank 'manufactury scheme' in Massachusetts 1741

Pennsylvania History Timeline

Charter of Privileges Granted by William Penn, esq. to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania and Territories, October 28, 1701

Constitution of Pennsylvania - September 28, 1776 - Good clause therein: "whenever these great ends of government are not obtained, the people have a right, by common consent to change it..."
Good clause therein: "That every member of society hath a right to be protected in the enjoyment of life, liberty and property,"
Bad clause therein: "and therefore is bound to contribute his proportion towards the expence of that protection, and yield his personal service when necessary, or an equivalent thereto:"
Good clause therein: "But no part of a man's property can be justly taken from him, or applied to public uses, without his own consent,"
Bad clause therein: "or that of his legal representatives:"
Good clause therein: "nor are the people bound by any laws, but such as they have in like manner assented to, for their common good."
Do you see how Ben Franklin had his hand in destroying the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with this Constitution in spite of the using of the word 'commonwealth' within its text, there is no mention therein of the colonial scrip method that was being used to defray the costs of the commonwealth with the interest on the loans of the scrip. But included within its text is the issue of taxation.
Would this clause still be enforceable today?: "nor are the people bound by any laws, but such as they have in like manner assented to, for their common good."

Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776

How many of these drafters of this Pennsylvania Constitution were born with a silver spoon in their mouth and loyal to the British Crown? Remember... claiming to be against the crown, but yet promoting centralization of power into the international bankers instead of the independent Commonwealths is how we should discern these devils.

Constitution of Pennsylvania - September 28, 1776 Passed in Convention the 28th day of September, 1776, and signed by their order. BENJ. FRANKLIN, Prest. This constitution was framed by a convention (called in accordance with the expressed wish of the Continental Congress) which assembled at Philadelphia July 15, 1776, and completed its labors September 28, 1776. It was not submitted to the people for ratification.

Pennsylvania has a bicameral legislature set up by Ben Franklin's faulty constitution he took part in writing to destroy the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1790. The original Frame of Government of William Penn had a unicameral legislature.

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i have set up all of the shows to open for joining at 7:45 pm central
time - with the actual shows to begin at 8:00 pm central time. i

will start the recorings at about 8:00 pm.

the name of my show is "eric whoru teaches fundamental basic natural

to listen either call in on the above phone number or on the internet
by clicking on the below link - after the page comes up on your
computer screen - scroll down (if necessary) to find my show among
those listed (i do have the same picture as on wtprn) - then click on
the name of my show - another screen will come up pertaining to my
show - then click on the large purple talkshoe live "join in" button.

or, as i understand it, you may just type my talkshoe show id number
in the box at the upper right of your screen: 27767

i am still working out the procedure - it is my understanding that i
will have a computer screen with indications of who the participants
are both callers on the telephone and logged in to type chat on their
computers with an ability for me to mute and unmute both callers and
type chat participants.

i had a second test call last saturday, september 27th, which was
recorded - that recording is available on talkshoe - it was almost 3
hours long.

at least for the present there will be no commercial breaks.

i will still be doing my show on wtprn at least through the end of
september - i do expect that next tuesday, september 30, will be my
last wtprn show.


i'm eric, whoru??

The Banker's Sacrifice

Trust Me Mr. Banker

Lost Millions of Homes

Axe the Tax

Money as Debt

Jonathan May and Lindsey Williams Reveal the Bankers Plans

Eric WhoRU was a major supporter of Gary Richard Arnold. See Gary on Crossfire here.

The Financial Meltdown Explained

A Study on 'Political Jurisdiction'

The 14th Amendment

The 14th Amendment does not in any way shape or form state or provide that
anyone is a citizen of the United States by natural birth.
The first opening words are 'all persons born or naturalized in the United States',
well it seems as though those words right there, if you leave out the naturalized part...
'all persons born ... in the United States'. It's stating right there... No it's not.
All persons born in the United States. It is a presumption that you read into it
when you read those words. You are presuming that if you are born here that you
are born in the United States. No. It is written that way on purpose to trick
you into thinking that that is what it says. Rephrase it slightly, maybe that
will help clarify it. Think of it this way. If you were born into the United States
artificial entity, then you are a citizen of the United States. If you acknowledge
that you were born in the United States... that's what those words mean.
'All persons born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof'
is presumed by those who read them to accept what they have been taught when
they are small children that the opening words of the 14th amendment mean that
when you are born in the United States that you are automatically a United States
citizen, that's what most people believe is written into the 14th amendment,
but it simply isn't in there when you pay attention to the words. Think of it this way.
All those who agree that they were born in the United States, are citizens of the United States.
All those who believe that they were born in the United States, are citizens of the United States,
because you cannot be born in the United States
because the United States does not exist in nature.

What Eric would do:

"If you stop carrying a driver's license, you don't need to rescind it.
Simply put the burden of proof on the government. Instead of sending in
those rescission documents, just stop using them. Come up with a different
designation for yourself. Such as 'Eric WhoRU'. Instead of calling yourself
the 'name' that was on your birth certificate, start calling yourself
something else. It then becomes more difficult for the state. What is the
first thing the cop asks? May I see your driver's license, proof of
insurance and your registration? And when you produce your registration
with your name on it, indicating you own the car, and the proof of financial
responsibility insurance papers with your name on it, and the driver's
license with your name on it, you just gave the government everything it
needs to conclude that you have volunteered into the government's jurisdiction.
You gave it to them then. Why don't you have your car registered to a trust,
such as 'Blue Sky Leasing' without your name on it and have your insurance the
same way. And don't have a driver's license. That way when the cop pulls you over,
you don't give him anything that shows you volunteered into citizenship."

The Freedom Path
The Rebels of 1776 helped the aristocrats drive out King George
Don't let the aristocrats trick you into volunteering into their jurisdiction
July 4, 1776
Art. 1 Section 1
Bill of Rights
Chisholm v. Georgia 1794
Dred Scott case
13th and 14th Amendment

EricWhoRU at

Loma Wharton and Rae Capitka of The Liberators

The train is laid, the match is on fire, and they only wait for yourselves to put it to the train, to blow up all your liberty and commonwealth governments, and introduce aristocracy and monarchy, and despotism will follow of course in a few years.

The Byron Dale Channel

Eric Smells a Rat! talkshoe 2-20-2009

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gene karl

Money as

Money As Debt (1 of 5)

Money as Debt II - Promises Unleashed

Common Good Bank - Could this be the beginnings of reestablishing Commonwealths? Warning: Unless the interest from a currency that is lent into circulation is used to pay the taxes, what would be the difference between the Common Good Bank and the private federal reserve system other than the fact that the investors are able to vote on what to do with the profits? As far as I can see right now, unless the interest profits are used to pay the taxes for a Commonwealth form of government, the Common Good Bank might have some advantages but not the basic solution that I would be looking for which is a Commonwealth form of government. What would Eric Williams say on the subject? Tune in to his talkshow and understand Fundamental Basic Natural Principals. - gene karl

What's the Bottom Line?

In my view Thomas Paine was just another figure in history that the international bankers could use to rewrite and disguise real history of the real revolutionaries and their quest to eliminate all taxation through the Commonwealths and the colonial scrip. By pointing to Thomas Paine and his books 'The Rights of Man' and 'Common Sense', the bankers can continue their international banking scam. The works of Thomas Paine, including the Declaration of Independence, may be great documents, but no where in them do they define the plan of the real anti-federalist revolutionaries to eliminate all taxation. No where do they discuss the commonwealths, the colonial scrip and how it operates.

As Baron M.A. Rothschild is acclaimed to have once said:
"Give me control over a nations currency, and I care not who makes its laws.”

Rothschild's boots are made for walking and that's just what they do when they walk all over you and until we wrestle control of our currency away from the Rothschild's, we will continue to get walked on no matter what it says in the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence. But now Eric Williams however is the real deal and is all that Thomas Paine never was and never could be. I agree with most of what Eric has to say and hope that you will listen to him carefully on He is on there as Eric WhoRU. ~~ gene karl

Here's another eye-opener. Did you know that the Confederate States of America Constitution allowed the states to emit bills of credit? To me, this is the major difference between the two documents.
For the differences between the U.S. CONstitution and the CSA Constitution, click here. Hmm.... isn't this interesting... Instead of taxes being used to pay interest to the international bankers, interest on mortgages and commercial loans should be used to pay all the taxes. That's what the American Revolution was all about with the four Commonwealths and colonial scrip. The Stamp Act was a tax on legal documents including mortgages and possibly even the colonial scrip itself. The U.S. CONstitution did what the Stamp Act couldn't do. It destroyed the Commonwealths by prohibiting the states from emitting bills of credit. Ben Franklin, George Washington and all the other masonic and non-masonic 'founding' fathers knew this when they wrote the U.S. CONstitution behind closed doors. Ben Franklin especially knew this, he operated a printing press, I have no record of he himself printing colonial scrip for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, but he had to have known that taxation could be totally eliminated.

In the 1750s, the Colonies were very prosperous. There was no income tax, no unemployment, and stable prices. When asked to explain this prosperity to leaders back in the motherland, Benjamin Franklin replied;

"That is simple. In the Colonies we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Scrip. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner, creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay to no one". (That's poor grammar, Ben.)

In 1764, the production of Colonial Scrip was made illegal by the Currency Act, passed into law in England (of course due to pressure from the Bank of England) prohibiting the Colonies from issuing their own money, ordering them to use only the money that was provided (in insufficient quantities) by the English bankers. Benjamin Franklin said,

"In one year, the conditions were so reversed that the era of prosperity ended, and a depression set in, to such an extent that the streets of the Colonies were filled with unemployed".

The effect that the English bankers were having on the Colonies was by far the most significant reason for the Revolutionary War in 1775, in contrast to what is taught in our history books. Benjamin Franklin was clear about this:

"The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been for the poverty caused by the bad influence of English bankers on the parliament which has caused, in the colonies, hatred of England and the revolutionary war."

It is known that Ben Franklin was largely responsible for much of the original constitution for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, but no where in that constitution does he define what an American Commonwealth really is and no where in the document does he require the use of colonial scrip for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This is evidence he was actively working already to destroy the Commonwealth.

But when Ben Franklin and George Washington and all the other masonic 'good ol' boys' drafted up the U.S. CONstitution, they explicitly required that 'no state shall make any Thing but Gold and Silver a tender in payment of debts'.

Section. 10. No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.

Do what? What about drafting a Constitution for the United Commonwealths of America instead of the United States of America then? This was an act of high treason and enslavement of the people from the very beginning.

It wasn't so much that the crown wasn't getting their money, but the international bankers weren't getting theirs. That's why they sent the Hession soldier mercenaries over here to help the British crown crush the rebellion. Study George Washington's battles. None of those battles were a fight to protect the operation of the Commonwealths. My analysis is that he intentionally allowed the British forces to come in and actually kill and imprison the Anti-federalists operating the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia and Massachusetts and if I could find more proof of that I would like to post that here.

One thing we do know is this. Robert E. Lee married George Washington's granddaughter.

Although not claiming reincarnation is a fact, here is: More on Robert E. Lee's connections to George Washington

Robert E. Lee was a 'fed' and graduated from West Point. When the civil war broke out, President Abraham Lincoln sent an agent to meet with Lee in Washington to offer him command of a newly raised army of 100,000 men. Lee declined by saying..."though opposed to secession and deprecating war, I can take no part in an invasion of the Southern States."
Okay, let's recap. Lee was opposed to secession. He met with an agent of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln's agent offered him command of a newly raised army of 100,000 men. But Lee would not allow himself to be seen as taking part in an invasion of the Southern States... but what if he took command of the Southern Armies... for the North? This is just theory, but could this be why we had Pickett's Charge?

Robert E. Lee was never imprisoned. He and a number of his staff were immediately paroled following the signing the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. He later accepted the invitation to head Washington College (later named Washington and Lee).

General Robert E. Lee's Parole and Citizenship

Jefferson Davis, however, was arrested on trumped up charges of treason and spent two years there before being released. Jefferson Davis Bio

Why the different treatment of these two men? Coincidence after coincidence after coincidence. One thing is for certain. One Major difference between the CSA Constitution and the U.S. CONstitution is that the U.S.CON prohibited the states from 'emitting bills of credit' while in the CSA Constitution, that clause was omitted, meaning that the states could have emitted their own scrip and eventually eliminated all taxation. Wow..! Think of that! How many history professors point that out to you?

But that wasn't to happen, thanks to Pickett's Charge, courtesy of Robert E. Lee, father of some of George Washington's great grandchildren.


By resorting to the issue of "greenback" currency, Lincoln launched "a national currency policy" which provided that the financing of government and progress, with the issue of "honest money dollars" by the government would take the place of the policy of borrowing "dishonest credit dollars" issued by the private money system.

And then we have the Assassination of President Kennedy, most likely for Kennedy's issuance of U.S. Notes.

Kennedy Money - The Buck Stops Here by Forest Glen Durland

Will we ever escape the clutches of the international bankers?

Early American currency
Colonial scrip fiat money that worked
Colonial scrip fiat money that worked (youtube site)
The Founding Fathers, Colonial Script, the Federal Reserve and the National Debt

Was Robert E. Lee a Mason? I have no proof he was. However, Lee named his horse "Traveller" (spelling the word with a double 'l' in British style). 'Have you ever been East?' Traveller is a Masonic code word. You decide.

Then there is the case of Judah P. Benjamin.
Who Was Judah P. Benjamin? revisited

The Modern History Project

Albert Pike, Judah P. Benjamin and the British Connection

Gentile Folly: the Rothschild's

Answers on Judah P. Benjamin

The Anti-Federalist Society - Truth About Early American History

Okay, enough research for now on different people's different versions of history. Let's not get side tracked. Keep your eye on the goal of reestablishing the American Commonwealth.


BIRKENHEAD COURTROOM Lawful Rebellion BGC- Some 34 Mins LIVE

Original Proposed Amendments to the U.S. CONstitution