"Proof positive, our American States Assemblies are on solid ground."
Date: 5/31/2019 9:00:32 PM ( 4 y ) ... viewed 1494 times
May 20, 2022 - Where's The Money? -
Yesterday, this Blog=writer received the following reply from:
United States Mint
Customer Service Center:
"From US Mint Support on 2022-05-19 05:45
RE: New American Asset-backed Coinage? [ET-7282106067743434302]
Dear Chef ...
Thank you for your recent inquiry to the United States Mint concerning the Federal Reserve System.
We regret that we are unable to assist you with your request. Although the United States Mint produces coinage for the Nation to conduct its commerce and trade, the Federal Reserve System bears the responsibility for regulating banking institutions, providing financial services to depository institutions and distributing currency.
For additional information about the Federal Reserve System or to obtain assistance, you may contact it directly at 1-888-851-1920 or visit http://www.federalreserveconsumerhelp.gov.
Visit us at http://www.usmint.gov to check on your order status, update your US Mint profile and to place new orders."
The above was sent in answer to the inquiry as follows:
----- Original Message -----
From: Chef Jem ...
Date: May 18, 2022 9:16 PM
Subject: New American Asset-backed Coinage?
Greetings! Has new American asset-backed coinage been ordered for our domestic use? ......... Looking forward to the information!
This writer was inspired to research this particular subject matter based on what he had read in Anna's article:
"New American asset backed coinage and certificated currency has been ordered from the United States Mint for domestic use, and two new asset-backed international currencies have been created -- the Union Gold Certificate nicknamed the "Uni Dollar" and a separate certificated PetroDollar
based on refined oil commodities.
Ms. Yellen, the Mint Officials, and the banks responsible have been notified."
May 18, 2022 - An Outstanding Question -
On 2021-03-01 14:06, Chef Jem wrote:
A question for Anna:
Is it possible for the State Assemblies to acknowledge the "free
inhabitants" of each state as per Article IV of the 'Articles of
On 2021-03-01 21:47, Teri wrote:
No - the questions were already locked and loaded earlier. It will be
put into next week's webinar.
Date 2022-05-07 23:26
Just came across the following in my sent folder from last year and would like to know: did my inquiry ever get
presented to Anna? .........
May 31, 2019 - From "Colonial Assemblies" to American Assemblies? -
Inspired to start a new message here in order to post the following comment that I appreciated reading at Paul Stramer's site (however no additional comments were apparently being allowed there).
Ready May 30, 2019 at 10:53 PM
American Assemblies back in colonial times were referred to as "colonial assemblies". See the following:
Suspension of colonial assemblies
COLONIAL ASSEMBLIES -
What Were Colonial Assemblies? -
"Colonial assemblies were the first official forms of popular representation founded in the American colonies prior to the Revolutionary War. According to Northern State University, they provided the initial taste the colonies had for self-government and served as the forerunners for future representational bodies that emerged during and after the Revolution.
Proof positive, our American States Assemblies are on solid ground.
In the initial reading of the last line (in the above quote) this blog-writer felt a certain physical relief and wished to say: Thank You "Ready"!
However - there apparently is a substantial distinctive difference between that which constitutes the "representational" (namely representatives) and the original state "delegates." Therefore - it might be a good thing that this writer wasn't able to post his comment at Paul's site until he has "full disclosure" on this reference. ; ~ )
American States Assemblies, colonial assemblies, popular representation, self-government, representational bodies, delegates
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