Missouri Freedom Initiative


Missouri is going for the Gold (and silver)

Senator Bill Eigel has pre-filed SB735, silver and gold as legal tender in Missouri. However, word on the street is that no less than 4 house members are pre-filing as well. What can the people of Missouri do to support a bill BEFORE session starts (January 3, 2024)? We’ll discuss this and MUCH more tonight.

Senator Eigel’s pre-filed bills: https://www.senate.mo.gov/24info/bts_web/sponsoredby.aspx?SessionType=R&legislatorid=622
Representative Bill Hardwick: https://house.mo.gov/MemberDetails.aspx?year=2024&code=R&district=121
Missouri House Roster: https://house.mo.gov/MemberRoster.aspx

Missouri Freedom Initiative Correspondence address:
Patrick Holland
P.O. Box 343
Clever, Missouri 65631

UPMA Referral Code: https://member.upma.org?referral=362008527425209124

The Tenth Amendment Center: https://tenthamendmentcenter.com/
Missouri First: http://mofirst.org

Where to find Missouri Freedom Initiative:
Missouri Freedom Initiative on the web: https://www.mofree.org
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Final Draft of the Gold & Silver Bill

Final Draft of the Gold & Silver Bill

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Silver & Gold as legal tender.

To all those that are here to peruse the final draft of the Gold and Silver Proposal, this turns out to be a previous draft and not the final. Please read it anyway and use it to base any comments or suggestions that you may have. All comments will be appreciated and paid attention to that you post in the forum. Senator Eigel will be pre-filing the Gold and Silver bill on December 1. You will be able to see the legislation here on the Senate website when it is filed. Make sure the drop down menu says 2024 to see all the new legislation that is pre-filed. The final draft inserts, as part of the definition of coinage, the term gold foil to secure Goldback types as trade instruments.

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Are we heading into a Depression?

Gold and Silver prices are on the down swing but do not panic. If you hold precious metals, you are safe. This could be the early stage of a pending period of stagflation. That thing everyone in the conservative media has been talking about. With the stock Market in decline, Commodity trading down, and yet inflation of the Dollar still continues, a real global depression may soon be at hand. This is the time to hold on to your Silver and Gold. It may even be wise to follow this downward trend by stacking even more bullion. Always remember that while the price of Gold and Silver may follow the economy into the dumpster, your precious metals will always have value.

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Goldbacks For Missouri

The Goldback solves a 2,600 year old problem in that gold can be spent in small, interchangeable increments.

For thousands of years, man has been trading with Gold and Silver being used as the instrument of trading, be it in the form of a coin, a raw nugget, or Gold dust gathered from months of panning. Since the dawn of time, man has recognized Gold as a true object of value in which he could store his wealth. Even today, man still recognizes Gold as a comodity of value representing wealth that will always have value.

in the beginning of the settlement of North America, each of the thirteen colonies began to issue printed paper promissory notes to pay a debt later. They were traded throughout the colonies like the fiat dollar is today, all holding a note produced by a Commonwealth Bank. These instruments of debt were more akin to the Federal Reserve Treasury Bill that banks of today use to store semi-liquid wealth with rather than holding on to the ever diminishing dollar.They both are a promise to pay back later rather, unlike the fiat dollar which only has the word of the government that it has value and nothing else.

The first actual currency issued by the Continental Congress in 1775 was to help with the cost of defending the colonies from King George as he continued to impose his will on the colonies. This new Currency issued by the Continental Congress rapidly became worthless because there wasn’t anything of value backing it. When asked, the Colonies were also economically floundering. Kind of like the U.S. Dollar of today, just paper printed with actually no promise to pay value. When you think of this, why do Americans continue to place their trust in trading with a currency that holds no value other than the common belief that it does.

When I was a boy, My Dad took our family back to Butte Montana where he had lived the first half of his life. While visiting a store up town, he gave me a $5 bill to buy something. When the shop clerk opened the register, he pulled out 3 Silver Dollars and gave them to me as change. My dad, in response told me, to paraphrase him, ” here in this mining town, Silver is trusted over paper”. What has changed so much in our society where everyone has abandoned real wealth for a Government’s worthless promise?

In the beginning where there was so much larceny and trading of fake Colonial notes, our Forefathers were wise in placing their trust in a Gold and Silver standard by continually trading with the real thing, Gold and Silver coinage as well as a Bullion backed Dollar that could be redeemed at any time. Banks were issuing Gold backed notes and the Feds backed the Dollar with Silver. In 1933, we were transitioned over to a Gold Standard, although the silver Certificate remained as the instrument of trade in our Country until 1964. Since the3n, our fiat currency has been totally worthless and yet we still accept the devaluing Dollar while watching any value that it may have had collapse before our eyes. As for me, I am preparing for a new future economy here in Missouri by saving with Gold and Silver.

Thomas Strike  jr.

Goldbacks . . .

  • do not need someone else’s approval to spend.

  • do not specify where they can be spent, or what they can be spent on.

  • are anonymous — there is no need to know who you are to spend them.

  • generate no data on your transaction for third parties to record.

  • can be spent, traded, or purchased with no fees.

  • can be quickly counted to know exactly how much you have on hand.

  • can not be frozen in your account by a payment processor.

  • are not a ‘counterparty’ instrument.

A Few More . . .

  • are not eaten away by account or storage fees.

  • do not need layers of hardware and software to operate at the point of sale.

  • have universal value worldwide via their precious metal content.

  • can be carried on your person.

  • do not depend on their supply or scarcity for value.

  • do not need electricity, the internet or hardware to have value.

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