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Obverse of the Series 2006 $20 bill

Three prominent hard money advocates have endorsed the temporary issuance of fiat money, with two of them particularly endorsing interest-free fiat money.

On September 18, 2011, Nelson Hultberg of the Conservative American Party outlined one of the party’s primary planks, to “enact Milton Friedman’s 4% auto-expansion plan for the Fed.

On August 17, 2011, monetary reform activist Kirk Mackenzie outlined his transition period of issuing interest-free fiat money, in moving toward a free market monetary system.

On October 2, 2008, Michael Badnarik, 2004 Libertarian presidential candidate said with regard to issuing interest-free fiat money like Lincoln did: “That’d be a step in the right direction.

Gary North, prominent writer for LewRockwell.com, has curiously stayed quiet by not smoking out these individuals as alleged false-flag infiltrators according to the same standards he used for taking exception with Ellen Brown advocating (interest-free) fiat money. Could it be that Ellen Brown was an easy target, not having any connections into the social circles he travels in, unlike these three other individuals?

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Gary North

Here is my email to him, with extra links included:

Dr. North,

It’s unfortunate for you if you actually kept you word and blocked all future emails for me after Max Keiser picked up my article exposing your fool’s gold standard, since I am now providing you with an opportunity to smoke out another alleged false flag infiltrator, as you claimed to have done with Ellen Brown.

Today, Nelson Hultberg, in an interview with the Daily Bell, revealed that his “Two Pillars Strategy” of the Conservative American Party involves temporarily implementing “Milton Friedman’s 4% auto-expansion plan for the Fed. This will mandate by law that the Fed can only increase the money supply by 4% every year.”

You know, the plan which you so roundly criticized in your March 19, 2011 article, Milton Friedman’s Contraption, where you stated: “Milton Friedman’s contraption was the unchecked welfare-warfare state: unchecked by annual taxation without withholding and unchecked by the gold standard.”

Regards,

Jason

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