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Debt-Free United States Notes Were Once Issued Under JFK...

Most Americans have no idea that the U.S. government once issued debt-free money directly into circulation.  America once thrived under a debt-free monetary system, and we can do it again.  The truth is that the United States is a sovereign nation and it does not need to borrow money from anyone. 
Back in the days of JFK, Federal Reserve Notes were not the only currency in circulation.  Under JFK (at at various other times), a limited number of debt-free United States Notes were issued by the U.S. Treasury and spent by the U.S. government without any new debt being created.  In fact, each bill said "United States Note" right at the top. 
Unfortunately, United States Notes are not being issued today.  If you stop right now and pull a dollar out of your wallet, what does it say right at the top?  It says "Federal Reserve Note".  Normally, the way our current system works is that whenever more Federal Reserve Notes are created more debt is also created. 
This debt-based monetary system is systematically destroying the wealth of this nation.  But it does not have to be this way.  The truth is that the U.S. government still has the power under the U.S. Constitution to issue debt-free money, and we need to educate the American people about this.

Posted below are pictures of the front and the back of a United States Note printed in 1963 while JFK was president....

Notice that there is a red seal instead of a green seal on the front, and it says "United States Note" rather than "Federal Reserve Note".


2 Comments in Response to

Comment by CAIN MARKO
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 ummmm, if you go back in history you will find the real reasons of the assination of lincoln,jfk,taft..... it was because they were against the federal reserve and knew they could issue this money.

the whole down fall of this country started when the federal reserve was enacted.

Comment by Darryl W. Perry
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The U.S. Treasury has NO AUTHORITY under the Constitution to issue currency, the only mentions of money in the Constitution is that Congress has the authority "To borrow money on the credit of the United States;" and "To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures" and that "No State shall coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; [or] make any Thing butgold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts"

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