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Sam Patterson (Haven Privacy App) on private ('pirate') communications - Joshua Killeen (resident of Yavapai County, AZ) code enforcement corruption going on there and what they are doing about it - Ellen Brown = Municipal Banks
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Broadcast Date: September 6th, 2019

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HERE IS THE VIDEO OF THE WHOLE SHOW FOR TODAY, FRI SEPT 6TH 2019:

Hour 1 - Sam Patterson (Haven Privacy App) on private ('pirate') communications

Hour 2 - Joshua Killeen (resident of Yavapai County, AZ) details the code enforcement corruption going on there and what they are doing about it

Hour 3 - Ellen Brown (Attorney, Founder Public Banking Institute) comes on the show to discuss the Federal Reserve, Plunge Protection Team, the economy, etc...

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Letters of Marque Paperback

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Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

http://pirateswithoutborders.com/

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Hour 1

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Sam Patterson

Sam Patterson is a co-founder and Chief Privacy Officer of OB1, the company which built the Haven app and leads development of the decentralized marketplace OpenBazaar.

Haven is the most private ecommerce mobile ecommerce application. It uses the decentralized marketplace OpenBazaar to connect people directly, cutting out the middlemen. Haven requires no personal information to use, there's no accounts to sign up for, you download the app and buy and sell directly with other people, using cryptocurrency.

Webpgae: https://gethaven.app/

About Haven Privacy App:

Haven is a new super-app that enables you to shop, chat, and send cryptocurrencies privately. ???? NOW AVAILABLE for iOS and Android.


Hour 2

Media Type: Audio • Time: 59 Minutes and 41 Secs
Guests: Joshua Killeen, ,

Hour 2 - Joshua Killeen (resident of Yavapai County, AZ) details the code enforcement corruption going on there and what they are doing about it

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Letters of Marque Paperback

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON NOW BY CLICKING HERE!

Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

http://pirateswithoutborders.com/

Join us 'Above the Grid'

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Hour 2

Video of Show:

https://d.tube/v/ernesthancock/QmXTAH2Chpxi3ovaEKmoLnSWPasbV2E19Kt3cw6WwnTEnb

 

Joshua Killeen

"Joshua Killeen is a decorated US Army veteran who, after an honorable discharge, went on to start his own business in the wedding photo and video industry. Being deployed across the globe, he has personally seen what happens when society collapses. This being said, he and his wife Emily decided to build a space that not only provided economic security by offering a space for wedding and wellness retreats to the public, but also offered an opportunity to be a self-sustaining, self reliant, off-grid homestead for he and his family. This, unfortunately, doesn't seem to be conducive to the plans that Yavapai County has for it's rural communities. He is now in the fight of his life to keep his property and his home."

YouTube.Com - Our Tiny Homestead

https://www.anandaretreataz.com/

https://www.facebook.com/anandaretreataz/

Here is a brief overview of what has been going on in Yavapai County, AZ...

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One of the residents in Yavapai County in northern Arizona started a YouTube channel (Our Tiny Homestead) a while back to detail and share the joy of off-grid living. As time has passed, the channel is now used to document the corruption that is going on there, the tactics being used, the harassment by the 'authorities' using code enforcement violations to threaten people into compliance, etc...

Most Recent Videos to date:

A Plea For One Thing, Think...

Yavapai County's Abuse of it's Citizens (Continued):

Self Reliance Video #3:

David Williams Horror Story:

Near the small town of Ash Fork is an off-grid community called Juniperwood Ranch.  It is a private ranch consisting of about 100,000 acres with several hundred property owners.  My husband and I own a 45 acre ranch in Juniperwood.  Adam Kokesh lives here too. We are completely off the grid - we get no county services at all, but we pay the same impact fees, permitting fees, and property taxes as city dwellers.  

As of a couple of years ago, code enforcement started proactively citing property owners for code violations under the guise of anonymous complaints.  When word spread about this through the various FB groups in the area, it became known that the residents of surrounding towns were also being harassed.  Code enforcement was even trying to solicit local real estate companies to snitch on their clients.  Above are two videos which include an 80 year old couple who are about to be thrown off their property, as well as a real estate agent who discusses when David Dieterle (Code enforcement) approached him.  They operate under color of law and they use selective enforcement without due process, and we have evidence.

We have also learned that Development Services has snuck in a zoning change in this area from minimum 10 acre lots to 2 acre lots.  We have evidence that they did this under the noses of the Board of Commissioners.  The only reason would be because they are in cahoots with a major developer, and they plan on changing this area.  The property owners of Juniperwood Ranch are against having this area developed.  


Hour 3

Media Type: Audio • Time: 53 Minutes and 23 Secs
Guests: Ellen Brown, ,

Hour 3 - Ellen Brown (Attorney, Founder Public Banking Institute) comes on the show to discuss the Federal Reserve, Plunge Protection Team, the economy, etc...

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Letters of Marque Paperback

AVAILABLE ON AMAZON NOW BY CLICKING HERE!

Letters of Marque Paperback – September 25, 2018

by Marque dePlume (Author)

"The Crown calls it 'piracy' to explore frontiers beyond its grasp. So the time has come to define the conduct among pirates." Captain Marque

http://pirateswithoutborders.com/

Join us 'Above the Grid'

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Hour 3

Video of Show:

https://d.tube/v/ernesthancock/QmPxQm5BuVaLKVEgzEqgu5SY5rDKxRVhxBRsMYJSud5X4H

Ellen Brown

Ellen Brown is an attorney, founder of the Public Banking Institute, a senior fellow at the Democracy Collaborative, and author of thirteen books including Web of Debt, The Public Bank Solution, and her latest book, Banking on the People: Democratizing Finance in the Digital Age. She also co-hosts a radio program on PRN.FM called "It's Our Money." Her latest book is Banking on the People: Democratizing Money in the Digital Age (2019). Her 300+ blog articles are posted at EllenBrown.com.

 

MORE ON PUBLIC BANKING…

What is Public Banking?

Public banking is banking operated in the public interest, through institutions owned by the people through their representative governments. Public banks can exist at all levels, from local to state to national or even international. Any governmental body which can meet local banking requirements may, theoretically, create such a financial institution.

Public banking is distinguished from private banking in that its mandate begins with the public's interest. Privately-owned banks, by contrast, have shareholders who generally seek short-term profits as their highest priority. Public banks are able to reduce taxes within their jurisdictions, because their profits are returned to the general fund of the public entity. The costs of public projects undertaken by governmental bodies are also greatly reduced, because public banks do not need to charge interest to themselves. Eliminating interest has been shown to reduce the cost of such projects, on average, by 50%.

Why Public Banks?

Today, cities and states put their money in Wall Street banks, allowing those banks to leverage our public funds in order to dominate the financialized speculative economy rather than reinvesting them in our communities. At the same time, cities and states borrow money from Wall Street institutions and bondholders at high interest rates and pay large fees to keep money in their banks. This is not a cost-effective way to do business. Cities and states could be keeping their public dollars and leveraging them for their own community needs.

With city and state-owned banks, we cut out Wall Street middlemen. Our community's cash stays home to benefit us! Bank fees are eliminated, interest costs drop, and public bank profits are reinvested into our communities.

Public banks can help us create the communities we want. We want parks, good roads, safe bridges, clean energy, and housing we can afford. We want lower interest rates for local small business loans, local control of our tax dollars, investment in our local communities, and ethical and transparent financial institutions managing our public funds.  Public banks can be the financial engine that makes this happen for our communities.

Ten Key Facts of Public Banking

Public Banks:

1. Are owned by the people of a state, city, community, or nation;

2. Serve as the depository for local government funds (city or state taxes, fees, etc.);

3. Are required to benefit the public by serving local community needs;

4. Can save state and local governments millions or even billions of dollars, by cutting out middlemen and private shareholders, eliminating fees, and financing projects at lower interest rates;

5. Reinvest bank profits into the community, providing a new source of income for cities and states and a source of funding for projects such as infrastructure, renewable energy and affordable housing;

6. Are run, not by politicians, but by qualified bankers serving a public mission;

7. Provide accountability and transparency to the public for bank decisions, avoiding the risks of Wall Street's speculative gambling;

8. Create new jobs and spur economic growth by supporting local small businesses;

9. Partner with and support rather than competing with local community banks;

10. Can lend during times of stress and crisis, helping to sustain a healthy local economy.

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