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A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, government, and control

As long as we cling to the superstition that we must look to government for money supply, instead of requiring it to look to us, just so long must we remain the subjects of government and it is vain to follow this or that policy or party or ism in the hope of salvation. We can control government and our own destiny only through our money power and until we exert that power it is useless for us to debate the pros and cons of political programs.

E. C. Riegel

Source: http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/intro.htm

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A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, government, control, and issuer

Money can be issued only in the act of buying, and can be backed only in the act of selling. Any buyer who is also a seller is qualified to be a money issuer. Government, because it is not and should not be a seller, is not qualified to be a money issuer.

E. C. Riegel

Source: http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/intro.htm

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A Quote by E. C. Riegel on money, politics, money-making, prosperity, wealth, govern, and government

When man has mastered money he shall have mastered not only his economic problem of prosperity but also his political problem, for he will see that money has no place in state functions, and, the money power being entirely in his own hands, he will easily master the state and clearly define its services. Thus money must be seen as the means of mastery of all economic and political problems. Until we have mastered money we shall not master any of our problems. Not money, but a false money system, is the root of all evil.

E. C. Riegel

Source: The Surprise Weapon PRIVATE ENTERPRISE MONEY A Non-Political Money System (http://www.mind-trek.com/treatise/ecr-pem/intro.htm)

Contributed by: peter

A Quote by Diogenes on govern, men, slave, ability, and destiny

On one of his journeys Diogenes was captured by pirates, who sold him as a slave to Xeniades of Corinth.  When his owner asked him what he could do, he answered, “Govern men.”

Diogenes (c. 412 - 323)

Source: Will Durant, Story of Civilization Book II

Contributed by: Chris

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